Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 12, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00985
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.COUNTY FAILED or' FROM MIDDLE WEST HOW MANY PEOfLE-KNOW I BUYS GOOD REALTY TAKE OVER DREDGE I t tIS



RUN TRUE TO FORM Return*-f>.. Kansas With Th R.: ., Sooth Dakota Will D. Mack T. NOW QUESTION

pert That "Everybody I* Coauaf I That "wild" (ands_ about Kissimmee may be. bought right now at price ward ftrwfUK New Resident

f To Florida" Duruif Preseat Scuoi : which will increase many hundred percent inside of three years > ; From That Scctioi of Cold and v
Kiwi.... Returned; Good Democrat- '--- Sever Wmtcrt Matter of PnrckaM of Dredge By TkCfty ..

' ie Majorities-But St. Cloud Chased A. S. Nelson, of the Nelson Realty i WHY NOT TELL YOUR NORTHERN FRIENDS ABOUT IT? j Now only Obstacle Stadia*
}', God Aid T. L. Company has just reached Kissimmee The 'Addis Property" located in la Way of Immediate Settle***!,
Republic *- after an extended visit in Kansas ; the northern portion of. Kissimmee, a
Cover and other middle-west states- r adjoining: the home of J. M. Willson.:, With Contractor
firmly convinced that never I I 4'N4M Oo"OOOHOU"OOO"O
:, There is very little to say as to there been better prospects for this I'' . _- market has been sold by the owner,! The matter of the Anal disposition
the outcome of the election in Osee- city and county than at the '' r Raymond Moore, to F. E. Woodward of the dredge used in the work of

.,.. ola t'ounty-and nothing to say regarding time'.....Everywhere he went. Mr. Nelson UNPAID CITY TAXES SORELY MUTILATED 'who comes from Aberdeen .building the bulkhead and filling
the national results. It was says, were there queries as to South Dakota. :Mr. Woodward has |such portions of the marshy area behind

, all over several months ago so far Florida, and ha lost no opportunityof purchased, also, five acres on. the it a* have received: a certain
as the nation was concerned. Every shouting the praise of Kissimmeeinto > REACH LARGE TOTAL EXPLOSION VICTIM Dixie Highway opposite the elegant amount of service 1s all that prevent
democrat felt the whispers but the willing-ears. He impressedthe home of J. Wade Tucker. I,the satisfactory adjustment of the '
none had the temerity to forecast the people he met with this'; fact: that The new owner will ..at pnce make |claim of the Malonev-Lupfer' Com. ,
tumult of tones from all quarters.It nowhere in Florida can fiomesites in some changes in the house now on pany, contractors on the job. y
is a tenet of .the democracy that any city of prominence, or land of MUST BE COLLECTED GOES TO HOSPITAL n portion of the property by adding At the adlourned meeting of th.I .'

majorities shall rule-and the incoming equal productive ability in the acreage I" S numerous rooms on' the south side I city council held on Friday evening'

4 administration will receive be found at modest prices that.I Council Determines These Taxes, Fritz Barber Victim of Explo ion, I and other alterations; reserving the ,there was a general discussion on all
will Kissimmee and Osceola i
the same respect and the same admiration equal elegantly-located corner for a more |matters connected with the contract.
for: every. good act as if democracy county. Mr. Nelson feels positivethat Some Being Delinquent Several : Fearfully Mutilated in Face and pretentious bungalow which he con |the amount of work that had been

had been winner. Ill-timed there will be seen a considerable Years, Mast Be Immediately Paid Eyes and Note Practically Cut Off templates Just what he will ,do with !done, the change of design In the
actions and discriminations againstthe amount of growth both in city and I I the five- ct.: tract he is not decidedthe'probldn docks-necessitating an added expense -
interests of Florida will receive, outside property in the very near fu At the adjourned meeting of the While adding air to the new tire > as to whether<< he shall I for the amount of material

also, the same condemnation by the ture. city council held on Friday eveningthe of an International truck Tuesday put the place into Intense cultivation, : used-the authority of the city engineer
press and the people as would the matter of city taxes was brought I.'morning at the Much Brothers garage or erect a number of bungalows in ordering a 'change from the
same unfair legislation were it com- up for intense discussion. It was ) .'ritz Barber, son of Mr. and which might be for sale if the right original drawings, and the many details ::'
mitted by the democratic party. I CASSAVA SHIPMENT made plain by several of the speakers Mrs. Tt. C. Barber, ef South Beau- buyers came along, not having been connected with the enterprise.The .
The fact that this county was that there were cases in this city montavenue, was rendered unconscious settled. lack of blueprints, of the plan ',
lifted temporarily from the demo where taxes have not been paid for by an explosion of the tire, M- Woodward who was accompanied finally decided upon by the council s

I cratic column and given over to the GOES TO NEW YORK several years "five years" said one which threw the rim in his face with by P. Franklin of the same locality awarding the contract was made
republicans may l he laid to the door I of I the speakers. This referred onlv I such force as to so cut his nose that is greatly pleased with KIs- plain. The contractors* produced a
of the second city of importance in to the realty taxes-but it was stated that member dropped over upon his. simmee. He comes from the artesian dozen or more small sheets upon a'
the county-St. Cloud That city AS AN EXPERIMENTIf that the delinquent personal taxes, lip, breaking the bone in the nasal ; district of South Dakota where the which all details 'had been drawn j
has been recognized as a strongholdof (I also, would reach a very satisfactory! organ higher up, and fill his eyes. j simmee. He 'comes from the artesian and it was admitted by all that
the republicans-its citizenry be- I amount were they collected<< with the soapstone which is carriedin in that' state was discovered in 1887, these were tho plans and specifications -

ing composed to a great extent of I It is possible this matter would all tires to prevent abrasion and { and where farmers cultivate vast from which the work was carried i
people from outside the state whose This Proves Satisfactory Other have remained in a comotoxe state over-heating. The noise of the ex-i I tracts with less returns than can be on. It wee because of the lack a
J allegiance to the republican party Will FoUow; If Not Satisfactory for a long period had not the exigen-- plosion wan. distinctly heard by people obtained from much more modest of specific plans and specification '

was not shaken by anv argumentand .- Variety Will.. Be Chanced rita of conditions brought it to ]life; occupying rooms at the Park areas in and about Kissimmee. and elevations and the like which V
whose loyalty to the party with hut in the need of immediate funds hotel. I I caused the city engineer to understand :',
which they had long affiliated could someone suggested that there were The young man filled the tire the some matters in one way while :j
not he wholly side-tracked Ueauae I For the sake of trying( out the to be found in Kissimmee manywhose previous! evening. but decided that BREVARD DESIROUSTO the contractors construed them in ( 1

of that fealty (the republican presidential quality of cassava now on hand and taxes city taxes, were several more ay wr.s: \. needed before commencing another; and the lack of many eft- c _
(U'terrnimnic its excellence I. II. "It' is where the wink the Phil- -Titiul fair neither
I electors wenrien majorities years delinquent. a case! 'lay's At details was to
that could not be "overcome liy Wetheibee on Tuesday !shipped a the citv need'the nmnev -ami if lips aiktnihnii.; Workmen t the the city nor to those having the
l the! balance of the county the New York merchant with
Osoeola the majority taxes can he collected Kis-! hundred pounds pressuie nt the time H owt>\'(r, the council was broaclenlllp.h
r given In republicans county was 278 Thin is ( whom he has l been in touch. for I several jminice! will surely make a record at I of the catastrophe hut the tire I to see that where there was ,

based! taking the vote receivedby weeks.! It it answers. -the pur- .ollp"'ionR," said one of the city officials should l .stand fin 110 noumls!! ; and CROSS-STATE ROAD extra material used in some ds'gn' '-t.j
upon
the three high presidential electors pose it is safe to predict! that a con- none can explain why the accident ,that was changed lust those doing .;
.
adding them and the del able acreage will be grown durr.g It was stated at the meeting that'' should! happen. All t thr/ % can tell iI - I the work were entitled to receive '
figures., This! average averaging reached 1011! 1 the coming season under the other cities had means to collect\ such I I hat when the ,, tire burst Barber was Article In Gazette Draws Comma*! payment for that excess material H

The avernp" secured l hy the three I Supervision. of Mr. Wetherbee-in taxes-and that the charter of Kis- thrown haiku.a and! was unconSCKIUS From Melbourne Times Retarding : end where it was used! for the ex-;
high tit>mo'rnt.'a". 7'18: ; the majority addition to" the large acreage he will Bimmee was not at vannnce with the I for a buef tune--hut they desciibe I II Needed Work ee-n of labor The entire change, f\
HighwayA
being as above stated-278. In plant for himself Should! the'a- customary (charters in Florida. There''I the I sight of th" victim's face I Ii to Complete w'-Irh were admitted added' to the .. ;

the city of Kis.simmee, however, conditions .1 I' utv forwarded be unsuited to the is a belief that those who have been l i n.s most appalling lie recovered< a I appearance of the premises even If 1'?:
entirely! different. Cal- demands made by the New York holinloff] the sums due will be at i I i hit as! they hurried to place him in recent article in The Gazette 'there was gained no added length f

culated were irw, the same manner the average customers it will be no serious task once brought to task-hut thy entire :is i I car to take him to his home, where ,,' spoke of the effort being made bvi :mad an excess over the understood j}
for the three democratic | to make a chanl<\ -for the production matter IH left to the city attorney '' physicians were promptly summoned :i the Chamber of f nnimerce through 'amount of $50; but the city en- err J.
'electors 4W.same while that of therepublican II tion of what is wanted by the New Lewis O'Brvan: whose rulings will be .. ? i 1' several of its members, and along ineer refused to include this sum
was electors 2fi7-indicating York merchant will mean that large taken. And it is : said also, that I' The father of the iri".pcman. wan I'I any linen! which might seem to bear in his estimate until ordered to do ;
this was democratic by sums of money wl1llow/ into the proper steps will he 'takcd! to collie* culled/ to his home. "all! following the directly on the subject, of the needed so by vote of the council. After- this '
city was T'.lifers of the farmers in and about victim of improvement of the highway leading i."
the sums due on personal unpaid orders of the physician! the order was made Engineer MacDon
229.The voters ofSt. Cloud assert that I Kissimmee at a'ery: considerable" 'taxes; with the understanding: that this unusual accident was carried to west from Melbourne *'> th" o ol > oiiirh complied with the order and It
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much of the preponderence of the profit-all of whithiI\ be "velvet, tin aggregate of these long unpaid the hospital l ut Orlando. He is reported I|''county line. A committee had been then\ appeared that the matter warn
republican vote there was due to the a. the culture of the cassava will notIt."s..n debts will 170 toward lessening the to have stood the journey I II appointed to urge! co-\ er"t'n" from entirely !settled with no p<%ibility ;
the regular crops produced- financial strain under which the city well Mr. Baiber remained the Brevard county commissioners- friction- 'M'
Comer who I
of L. was
T. lof
candidacy small there I
and will require but'a additional and in possible was the<< I
nominated for county: judge a" for I I now resto.. with him, and Tuesday every way i Right then and there Contractor :I.
Z. Bass, of this city, expense labor. In any event, the matter of decision sister of the injured man went to I matter to be urged to a final completion Maloney sprang What some of the :
against upon ,
democratic ticket-Mr. Comer The shipment made by Mr. Weth 'I rests entirely with the city at I Orlando. The outcome of the accident ; and, in addition, there were council styled a surprise. It was the +.
i. the his by 596 erbee was in response to a letter" torney. Instances were cited at the I is awaited with great interest. suggestions\ to b" made to the com- matter of the' final disposition of the
precinct
carrying own of 409 from the merchant in which he gave council meeting of several individualcases I Latest reports from the -OrTando miasioners! of that county by the dredge-Mr, Malonev being' under t
187 majority
against that-caused or a the'defeat of Mr. the best references as to his reliability -I where no city taxes have been hospital ,say the injured man is progressing carrying out of which the road wouldbe the impression, he said that the city '

t a Bass vote throughout the county by 41 business standing, and financial paid for five years--cases. where I as well as could: be expect. made in fairly good condition ata i I was to take over the dredge at its v

', votes. Mr. Bass hat no cause to rating The letter said: I'county and state taxes have been ed, and that no'serious complicationshave nominal cost. coat price-something like /$23,000.( '\.1-
.: feel ashamed of the vote' he wasgiven "In explanation of my anxiety toget I settled but where no attention has thus far been noticed. Miss The 'Melbourne Times reprintedthe Councilman Katx said that he was a .
at the same time Judge Comer cassava from Florida when I been given to the sums owing the I Louise Barber went to Orlando | article from The, Gazette in full new. member of the board and that '"' 1
t, should; feel proud of the been gett/ig importations from the i I I city. Property-owners in these instances Wednesday evening to be with her i --then added the following: he was ignorant of any reason why ,(
sup- West Indies>s I will say that most of I "The Times has for a number of
him in his community are well-able to satisfy the ,, brother. I the cost of the dredge should be included .'
, port given own the Islands are suffering from food Ij I been using all possible means j;
in the settlement. Councilman
he received from claims the city has-and these claims, I j years .
255 votes
and the of Kissimmee. shortage, and their local govern- with the regular interest added will Fires. before the war annually i'I''I'I to have the commissioners-and all I Floyd and Gilbert said the city 1

,,.;, the Other voters than the deflection of the ments (with the exception of two'' ) make a handsome total to help the. I consumed more than 1500 persons in I other responsible parties to take an not so obligated. Mr. Maloney said: :.

*? voters to Judge Comer this' county have imposed embargoes .upon all\ city treasury, it asserted.. the United States. I !interest in .improving .this important! I "It was understood that in settlement '
r elected all local democratic nomi- kinds of foodstuffs. Hence my being: -' hi eh way. And, let it be said runner and in view of cutting off the
\ forced to. look elsewhere, and Florida that the Brevard commissioners madea : $4000 'overhead' which was Justly
7i nees: and the vote cast for the re- being suitable for the growing of of the state road depart- ,
request due the contractor, that the city
.' publican other presidential than to reduce electors the had usual no cassava I applied to the United Curb Market OpensTo ment early last spring to have a sur- 'I was to. take over the boat. Where-
f' effect such States department of agriculture for VI'of the road from Melbourne to upon Councilman Thompson Inquired
: democratic pluarlities the for customarily candidates assistance-and your name, and address the Osceola county 'line, and to submit if. the city was bound by contract
to figures
was sent me. estimate of the cost to an legal) or otherwise to, such action;
:
addition the
received the of woman
increase "If the Florida product proves satisfactory Trade SaturdayOSCEOLA i it according to department !! and Mr. Maloney replied, that such '. '
4: vote making a considerable
and competitiveI I that this district
; price are
X specifications;; ? an aetioQ'w..* not written in the con-
\ In totals
'f am sure that the domestic cactava I could vote a bond issue if necessary tract-but reiterated that such was
'; J5 The ,battle is over and ended-and will have a sure market-even if the to complete the work. The BUrVeybaa .
Ar To Visit the understanding.Councilman .
] still will\ continue to "carry Housewives Urged -
Florida
( ,
f .; embargo is lifted If you can grow PALM WORKSIS been made for some time, but Thompson then stated ,;
,y' on" a* usual Her immense resour- cassavaB ,to sell profitably at the Market at Early Hoar ..d Give LATEST INDUSTRY tare still waiting for the estimate.wej I that a dredge, or piece'.of machinery , ..

,.- d8 are the daily becoming of the the greater state asa price named there is no question but Approval of New Enterprise of "Just now the matter i* in after it' ha1 been used a .I'I ,
and
possibilities '
i" that we can keep the imported tuber Farmer of hands of a committee which commit month or. week wa considered"secondhand"
those mastered the secrets
I> of Having
: 'great producing ,Area out of the field for all time. Atpresent made to Tallahassee several
tee trip
a and could never bo
;
.. from the liv- I
thin, which is fast becoming noted i making smaller trees
the condition and met with the
though, are months
ago old for what it had cost and his '
and ing fronds of the coconut palms, andso ;
; t I i normal, and you are entitled to the state road department. The understanding opinion seemed to shared in by '"
There i la no cause for crying over there will be Darlington "fixing" the colors and shades ) y
arrayed on -
I that figures i
,4' offer I have made you. Even now ,Ily at that time won other members Contractor Lupfer
't ; condition. The better way is to sit the cars and of that there can be no fading or deterioration ,
avenue wagons and
L refusal be submitted
not discouraged would soon
am your said that the dredge was even b..tter p,
:
'of sort V.
the thousands Lylea
and take of ,
advantage who intent any .
t up of but those growers are on opening would fifty-
that the
to ship any part your crop which department go : than when first pat in tone, because -
has started
4;' of things that are here and ask you to quote me your rate. 'I to the public of Kissimmee a I Story up a plant fifty with this district on the bu"'ld. of imorovement In the '
some
.which will\ make this state the more "curb market. This will be a new will he soon turning out the finished! be '
what
.fI "Before signing a contract for I lag of this road. Just can machinery and fait that the citrwan : -
: famous as there is the greater promotion I must venture prompted by Agricultural product, cleverly devised and neatly this time to hurry the matter ,
growing next year's crop I done at bound to take H over .In final
in baskets for
planted and use
\:. of possibilities hive at least two experimental ship- 'I Agent Wilson, the Chamber of Com- pots along, the Times is unable to state; settlement Discussion failed t.
in decorative beautifying
LAWYERS VISIT TAVARES ments to determine all details about I merce, and The Gazette; and the op- fining-tables purposes boudoirs. but we hope The Gazette will keepup reach a point where there could be 'I
of portunity of securing for the table : halls. .foyers, ( this and '
them. So you see the necessity : its interest In project finality about the matter and (
TO ATTEND BAR BANQUET of foodstuffs direct and in every place where a touch of any ..
assortment
!
l
t my having samples upon whih to sn tropical flavor is desired. help with its influence to bring about at the instance of CouncilmanThompson ,
from the reducer should be '
act. I appreciated Mr. under the title'of the some definite results. soon. i seconded by Councilman ,1
The Lake County Bar Association' Mr. Wethpri>f'p. with a desire to I by the hundreds of people who Story --- Floyd it was unanimously agreed :'
was host. Monday evening to the Bar open up a market for future crops I have found some difficulty in purchasing Osceola Palm Works, has a plant at BANK'S DEPOSIT VAULT I that the entire matter of the dredge :,.
the western limits of this crtyand :
of the seventeenth judicial district ..3 depleted his stock to some ex- such foods in the<< past. will establish finish works at a WILL BE FIRE-PROOF rand the balance of the account 'f
comprising the legal fraternity of tent by the first shipment: but he i The association of growers formed his a of business and ---- having been amicably! agreed 'to--
"J, Lake, Osceola, Orange, and Seminole he considers<< the prize for which he''to work in co-operation along) the plans point near to have place some of his productsupon Work I has been in progress severaldays should be referred to the bulkhead

counties-the banquet being served i is working will be worth all the 'line of furnishing farm products at the market within ten days. upon the new vault at the rear committee and City Attorney O'Bry- '
t I at the Lakeview hotel, Tavares. J. TouV.e! he Is taking. If the "tubers" fair! pr'res'! miff! JonhMe he instrumental Their is considerable demand far | the building occupied by the Ban!' 'an-with instn'rHnns to ren r* -*
;
s S. Cadel, G. P. Garrett, Pat John shall fill the bill for this merchant in bringing about an associa-! such goods a in nfany 'northern citiesas 1 lof Osceola County and it is expect- i the earliest possible moment. The,,

strap, Milton Pledger and Lewis 1 'here will be a market for a consid- Linn which will at a !ater date be he will manufacture and he expects I led the brickwork will be completed president of the co O'Bryan, of Kissimmee, were among' erable quantity as the season opens able to ship out vegetables in en riot? to work a trade that will i ver" soon. The vault is erected pri meeting to handle the matter a*
up la I r
; ? those attending. The toast program and continues; as there Ui I every belief to less favored districts. At the force of good size busy marily to furnish room for the instil- as .the report and recommendations -
x i <;1:included these numbers: "The Modt I, that the New Yorker will en- present' time however all efforts! will keep The a is entailing very complete ation of a series of lock-boxes for the shall be complete.
.t t; ->. ern Advocate," Lewis O'Bryan; and large the market by extending his be devoted to supplying the homemarket process knowledge of one the nreservatives accommodation of the patrons of the
. "Another County Heard From," Pat to other'markets and establish I' end t the will be on '
produce
i .t. operations used and the knack of handling! ; at in..Utution-flllinjf a want that has FIVE DOLLAR PRIZE :
Johnston. The local attendants made himself! as a broker in a limn sale) three days each"week so longas months. The firpt,
finished felt for DENNINGThe
the same time the cost of the been some TO DOROTHY
i the trip by automobile, and report a ited way. the patronage will justify. The product will not be excessive. I unit of deposit-boxes will cover
> pleasant affair What this will mean to this city days selected are Tuesdays Thursdays about one hundred and fifty of various -
and this county i is difficult to estimate and Saturday -and for a time :1 The delay in prize of five dollars offered br-
I sizes. only
Canada it has been calculated open-
: AT BASKETBALL In the Casino for
of
BOYS Jordan
This one order will require the markets will open at an early these to the public will! be causedby Manager
down to depth ing !
that going school
ODDS AND EVENS FRIDAY I of fifteen or twenty acres- hour each day and will close at th, by a the best story written by any
crop mile coal the having in charge the '
:.0' slightly exceeding a << company the theme of "Eyangelwe.: r !
which would be but a beginning of. hour at such time as the pupil on ,
noon or a
the vault connect
!tax s would be found for 6000 wiring of to up ..
.: enough which reetnUy-hown: .here, ws5!\ v,
a business which would doubtless stock nhaH be disposed of. This was
u, Merely because the boys consider ; of the present demand in that with the present sy.tell1u prder tomake' t
years
to.
excellence awarded' by'the judge DprvrtbrDennine
louder and harder reach large proportions as the should be .an incentive to all housewives safe it U :
they can root play the holding all a* of aUpapen
country. the beat ,
her
of the Florida product to visit the market at an ear being r
,than'' can the girls there will be a possible to have them. The I pompanv the-cgmpeUjlon; '
',. .xdernonstratlon at the athlet4c:, field should become the better known; Iv hour In order to secure the first doing this work has been rushed ,shown 'JnC ).
;thm. (Friday) afternoon at fouro'clock while at the same time. there -i is a choice of the offering. f Jed offerings-and It the patronage with orders, 'and Kissimmee will Manager Jordan i, rave, :oleo, .n .ads:
,.' when the Odd*-made up of vast field for the caasav*. for mercantile By natal agreement there is to shall increase aa in other cities there have to await the pleasure of that ditional prize of. a free paas.fofonweek *'',,
th'Senior and Sophomores-will\ line addition to this the be tio hawking of wares" at the will be larger and greater assortments to all performance at theCasino a
:N"-t; Contest gainst the Evens-compos- tuba i iB an excellent .tock-feednd. I market nor will there be any special ; offered from time to time. company.It for the second best paper writ

: ed of the Junior and Freshmen. It if properly prepared, form a tooth inducements offered by any dealer 'I The day will be Saturday. The is calculated that vegetation ac ten upon the same theme. _
rl1" ' i expected that "even" a larger some dish for the home table. I to the orospectlve customer of an- dat will be November 13. T hf hour cumulates., in a ''year 22 time. a*
"y i fjerowd* of rooter. than last week will\ Mach depends upon the verdict a* other. Th. market will be a business will be early morning. The place much energy as i Is represented by Spitsbergen has but four month
t niak "odd" 'shouts about the field. given upon the samples that havebeen matter, pure and simple. Its will\ be Darlington avenue. And the the coal consumed in the same time.'About of sunlight in the year
lc ,,} forwarded by'.M;.- Wetherbee. I scope U to furnish bayerq with the merchant*-well, there will be a. auf
Th*' oldest regiment in the U, S. best and freshest vegetable and ficient number with a sufficient 1.200,000.000 tone of' coal On Manhattan Island, New York:, "
f' ; : of fire farm : in all the call od throughout the world ani there are 12.000 pa*.engr/ 5 6 OCr;
!7 l"!'' an > is the 'Third Infantry dating There i i. an average 11.000 other produce-possibly quantity to supply early ., are /
S back to 1774. annually in New York city alone. I some case there 'will be .home-cook- en; i i'nuallyp I .freight'and' 600.sidewalk elsylitora ii
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: "Stylish Stout"! Corsets ; Osceola County, November 2"1920. ''[ tom: $ . {

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: -are II c- c r e & e.EE. .t..tC.Cr" ,, +
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; corsets exclusively ,. ' . _. ...... .Ifl'or .. _rl'r.w...'::.' ...Y....j.:. H' ....yR.. ..-..... '..LSYL,.. _..._'- .......-_.. I j I r IT'I-V e "l GL:T Ti-JOSE 1XTRA,


for stoat fig- George i'rrxidentiaf W. Allen!Klectom-- --._'____ ,I 24&!1 j 1 4 i 37 1 I 17 ' oRGoTti'En T'RES'4..
T- I 11 84 '
,, James W. Archibald. -_%_._.._.-.. W6f; ( 13 18697 I 3 I 1',117 31 f 1 {9103 <,
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I E. JI. BreUforif ---_____.._____-151"11 1G6H3 ,2 109'' 291' '! 91010 t 1 ;i.
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ures, "t W. R. Bryant --u---...L-----( 9 \' 2 37| I, I 18( I I 67 '
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Martin: Carabtllo ____ ;
uloo, __?,_ 35: 18;': 3R ln: 8'' 22 1M> ) 20 10 Leland
\$ Chubb .
f designed tliro'i : H. L. Cloujrh n_ _-----ut-----_._____.1.___ l'l 11 10 i2 17673.10: 3 1'', 1109'29' 5 1 91003 IH: ,' ,' .

Charlotte n. Coffin ,_... __: 12
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f the sveli line system S '. Fred J._ "i ."._Cole(.'n....,-. __''n.I.i"_,:: .n i n.:1.J .J2.. _l''' __ _11_ 41 ', A ""
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.. 'J. II, Drummond _____ ___ 1 b', 10'' 7:11 ii bound remember
4 w u ( 2 1 2 2:1: ore thing that you'll be (
supplying lrII, L. L. Ita's! ___nu_____.: 14'' 1 7 Ii 1 THERE
\ j ,,:'tlrs A. E.' lIenri ___ __ :)4 forget it. You'll wake up with a bzzzzzzzzzl! "
--- t7 1s i ,,9 1 ..,.....:>'f't-
the A. N. Jackson ----------------I''' g' 1 I I, 7 :0 BANG! : ; !111-1! ! Why in the name of allthat's "
fashionable .- -=- Charles E. Jones ____ --308 17 10f
------ 3R H lk JI\O\ 20.11"" 7 693 "
mobile didn't I think to buy extra tire. We..11
W. V. Knott an
Jy -----:-:__--_____ 319 19, .a0 115; 8".23161t" lit II 7 728
contour without I. W !.-"hoe -----1 4 '1 3: 1 I 1 "2 24 I 'em and good one too. iI l
.1, B, Motfet __ __ __-_..__
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'4f restraint. W. :N.: --Hnn..y: : --------------e.' 4' t 9 6 I I ,

,, L. M. O'KeIhy u___=_________,: R I'' : 1 'I I' 9' 20 19 ,- ..
."IIIIt1\ 11'. h.J;Isbury _ n_____ I.:! 1 2 1.f 1 I '
'<<. V. F. -II. Pope _____n_________ HI 11. 17665 2 87 2" 1 A 911)2:1;: r lto
1V'eaey! C. Richards _____u____ 6 11" :5 I' : I
; ( You womenvho i inclined J. G. Sharon --00- ____ ____: ____ ::W4 HI' 3:1'109: R 19154'' 20 '10 7 1183 2:1 II = 's rI
are H, I;, smith _________
l - --- -- 141 11 1763S 2 !II'! F" !II'';
ElnNt M. mith ____ I I 'I '.
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1 ;. B, W'II/1 ____ __. _
to the well developed - - -- : :))20. U9 3:1111 ti 19169) 11 7 719!
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;.orj('( p. Wentw'orth _____
h. l.i I:: 11 15 (;712 !l7 :2s y! I.7! ; I.
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:: figure will f find our"Stylish :.,.hn M. ('honey --- .,-'_ _______ II'; 3 14 5A2 7:1 In I I A07 ,
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;: : : .f t A. Klock --:: :I ;"' I :!4207 1 II i 1; !9 I I I1. : "'11I. ;91 I KISSIMMEEFCA
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fi Stout"corset \1. I. ':!\\lul'tlll ---- -- - _______ 5 2 2 9 I s 1 31 I' ",
1'01' Ucprescntati tt> in ('Onle"H', ; -
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service of untold value-- : Crate 'ow..n _ ___ ______ 74 i 4518; 1 43, 10 ::1 '134;: -
j En Hunt -- --__ -_ _ --_-__ 10 J 32 1 1-1 :a I rs
eO" IC .I J. Sear. "I" 5 .,,' '
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[r An corsetierre I', r Co'.rnor; / I

expert ever I, n qc E lay; ._ __ _ ...J. 2 4524; ,GN--
." -- h h 47 20 ::1, ; :! : I the Live Oaks
I! (C, y .4. /lirn'dee nh_ ___ ___ :!M 2H 5622:;,: 11 :22!:! :2:1.!:\" 19 10 11100.i : Among I
.!;:1 at your service; also. W. 1.. Pare IJuzer ------n_ h :2! A 1 7 1 1 I :!91 I
,f F. l' WhItaker. _-- __ _.--____ 1c 1 !8 j 1 7 25 -
For '..crt>tar> of State ,
;r i1. ('j n'' Crawford __u ____-__ :\0; 2-1 55ltll:} 10 20215:!(/ 1-1 9 11 A7!) An opportunity u now offeied lho e ...
;I I H. L 'I'':son' --__ _--_ -___--_ lo::! 1 45i:; 57 17 1 :,1 71:; : desiring a pleasant home
For .ltlorney General; "'

i ,j Corset SectionYowellDrew ifterII/ luul'd: un.h ::u :22 4.-162. :! H I 1:1:! I...' 17 III' Iff 7.0"1! i Sin Large Room, Kitchen, Pantry
William '1. (;ol.er ___.h__-_ ,,;, 2 5.111, I 52 I :3\ lui'; ;" !
,I F"r ( omptrollerEnr Full ( )) uarter block in Ex- '
I st Amos" ----n_ '):17: :2!:: ;5:;'\ IH !4 22Ifll;. 17; !4 11 F21 ** Jame+ T. :'tld'arthJ, __ h n__ 1 I.i; 2 J H 1 HIJ: J :iR ,
W. H. :--orthup: uh ___ __ _____ 77 4526: ; ; 4/!. ]10( 4 ";701 cellent Residential Section)
\ CO. For Slat Treasurer ,
II, I.. Etsusg -- _ __ _ .-- :21!I 4'I :3 j'-i 2 2"; 2 ::1,1 Vi'here lies a charming lawn
F. E. Hunt ._--_ __ -- ____ 7:1: 2 -1 4.9, 1 2 :;:4. 1 { J 1 1 H2o) Carrying Lie Oak
s Orlando'. Largmtl Department Store J. ('. Lurllnl _ _n.u ___ :J21 21 4'11'!.;. 7; 11; 1'-1; :;; 1/1/ 11 743:! i and Orange and Pecans ,
For :- uJ.rint..nd..nt or Public
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yb Instruttion. 'tate.. or Florida I t
b a Orlando J E: Junkin _____ __ ___ Rare Chance to Secure Fine
t Florida - _-- !o 5 1 N4dl 1 :j{ :1: !o 1'; :J ':;:.; 1 I IIi a Property i
\ \ N: :. -hl'als: : -------------------7::: 221714: 1
I'; 135! 13 !9 i 1 I.! $141'nr I I

} 'r \ra: ,.(II'ommi.sioserof ft:. __ _Agriculture_ __ ___ i '
HuH _ r6; ; 741: ; 2 2 :J-, 11 2 ;;kl Apply at 301 Main Street Kiuhnmee
to. A. :'t1..Uae ___ ___ u ____ :.'';' 1 II :):411) ': 1'1/h 11. If'! .11 C1 I
-- V i. N.: : )Putter _ .. __ --=-- -5U -1 -9 Iii "1 43 '3 Hi' 2 leu
t r f>i Orrri }.ir:+:-:"+rrryyiri S+.--.c+:-:-}{ px For JU-I ticeof the Supreme Court ''I I I IJ IK.
J::. P. Axtell\ _ __ ___ '' -
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x h CANDY! THE GOOD CANDY! i iIade W. H. Ells\:" __-------- ._--.-. _ ---_-_ J54: 14 33101' 8'' 113:20$ 15 1 8'1 6'1' 585 90 Everybody 0 b Anybody AdTertue Their "Want in the Valley. Gazette.: \

F W, Marsh: -_ _ __ _______ 69 i li; 4'J'; ; : .!'\J 1 2 689
:V: B, K. 1'ettmpill (08', 24V5: ;
uun 3N 4 1 5 573:
,' :\ daily in the best 1 manner of [the Thorn:,.. P. West ___ _unoo 282 Ki/; 3JU1 8 13.l.VJ: :\ 18 10 10 G54'
P Purest Materials right here in Kissimme* For Railroad Commissioner. I
C. S. Baird ____ _______ ______ _"I 16';' 3 28;: I1I1 '' 1 15 I1' I 65 Kill That Cold With '
PRICES ARE NOT HIGH George C CJ-om ___ ____ n_ ..- 641 6 -U4 1 1 40 8'' t <6 571 "
QUALITY VERY !I George( C. McDoupal: ___ ______ _i 13':' 2 13: l''' 12 I 1 42
HIGH . A. S. Wells __oo______________ 2931| 15f/ 37 115: 7 13160' 18 106'/ 674 'Lt:
' Purchase at least Trial Order i For State Senate, Nineteenth + ,
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Senatorial .District I, I I. I 1-
'M. O. Overstreet _...__ ... _
MACK'S CANDY KITCHEN ..; ? _. 340 25'52335 10 23229.. 20 10 131067
1I For Representative in General, ,. *
At., Reed'* Home Bakery. .No, 6 BroadwayEarly Assembly'I;, ," ,:' ', ',t' "" ' ,I': j' : ',, '" ,d) I ,,r' CASCARA QUININE -11
OOt"o 0 0 0 O OOOHoOOO W. 'R. Godwin ______&__:,.l\'_::_'- 319 21 '47.342J;' ] 10 23' 23 11 12'l013I'
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aHOMa HWfNCH --) For Clerk of Circuit Court t I I 'I ,I' i I. i I! I FOR '
J. L. Overstreet ___ ___ _'- '
-'- --- -- 3481! 30' 58 ::168' 101\ 23'239': 211 101611123"' 40MVV '
Colds Coughs |
'For County Judge I I | I I \ Grippe.
I Z. Bass -- --- -T__.-- ______-13181- 13' C4; 187 8 26'203'' '' 18!I 9,, 11 857
sr.ER T. L. Comer -----,---h___,- 1581 17j51161, 2, 21971! 17| I 3 898 Neglected Ids are Dangerous -of
For Prosecuting Attorney I I I I 1 I 1 I I I j Take no cbanc.*. K-p'this 3tmnd rd remedy handy for the Ant an...*..
471297 I
Milton Pledger _--___-____-..((3471 1 | 9 20,241, 19'' 10' l4.1030 b ..: -. a :.
261 : : a ctuu in J4 hour Rli vsG.ippo
For County AsHessor of Tales I I I / I I I .. . . .
I 60'427 I I I in 3 i /*- :en ) i it' .Jad
.. W. I. Barber --__-________--__-414;i 26! 9 27'256'' '' 23 9 16'1267I': ::
r J. D. Hams _____ __________j 511 41 71366 I II 36| 11 1I I 477 Quinine in this form does ..ot nu...t ti.. ue..u-CAIKAJV la t.et Tonic .IS
Y For County Tax Collector ( I I II / i I Laaative-No .. .:.11'_ .

C. L. Bandy -________________-3761 281 57'454' 10' 22124,7 23 10 15 1242 YM
For Sheriff ALL DRl.r'TS SELL 'T ;'
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x L. R. Farmer _______-_ _____- _-4.26133) !, 16390 11'' 2l'26l' !' 241 10 16,1208,I V.' t
f C. H. Funk _----____________-_I 921' 614251 665) 20'! 1'' 618 'l
For County Com miHsionerDi t-l -I I 21 I I I I 11 I ..J "" .

E. L. D. Overstreet -______--_/267 30, 47 243 13 194 13 9 15 831 ,
F..rCountyCommi"sioner.l i I- 1 I I I I'' I i I I '

W. L. Davis -_____________._.I I 601| | 21 35''! 141 3) 392 f
J. M. Hansen ______________001384.1- .| Z4./49'153\(/ '' HV210, 12 6 I 853 ",
J Per County CommiBsioner.IWut.J 1 I I \ '

Ira Wetherbee _-h ________-.288 1 : 12i204'' 15 8 I I 779 Full-bodied Flavor
For('ountyCommi sioner.l>ist.4 I- I I I / I I CJhe ;

A. F. Bass ----- --------- ----.-262F 19'' 41333 10(! Iii 184 18, 891 .
<-r County Commidnioner.Dint.5 I I I I 81 '
G. McClelland __ ______--__I-262,, 18' 27'189'' J 23159 I| 111 I 9 ,I'w. of. j
For County Surveyor I I I I I I I I )I I !
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J. E. Johnston ____ hun_ 307'' 24'' 543111 9I I 20'2401 21,!' 101' 14J1010I, .

Season For Instruction.:Member of District Board of No.Public 1 I J J I I I+ I I 1 I I l POSTUMCEREAL

Shooting W. C. Bass -__________ -___ ___-,3111 24 42220;, 17'220119,, 9 I 1862
For Member of Board of Public I I I I .
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I Instruction District No.2 I i i I I f

t'' ' early season duck shooting and W. R. Lanier ---u____-|-273| 221 501991 | 11'180'' 141 81)| 13' 770
FOR For Member of Board of Public l I I 1 ,
' t upland small Instruction, District No. 3 I I I I I l r -I,l "I' I I I ,wa
game buy a WinChester -. Minnie Barber _n___________ 78 71 I 4'452.' 11 2'' 58'' 11 21 615 jf

L H. H. Hull --_____--__ __--__ _12891: 14. 40265))r 71! 24 190 211 81 ,,858 .'
JG-gauge or 20-gauge Model 12 For" County Superintendent of" | I I \ I i 1 I I I "
Public Instruction ---I| I I I' I \ I I "nl 1'
I'* Hammerless Repeating Shotgun and"Leader" Laura Lee ____ __ ..___--I I 60RI! 125471: 11 3 71''' 11'!' 21 I 6 721 wins first place among

r. E Yowell --_ __-_ ___ _______14301 24! 522001 9 211228;,, 211I 5,9'98;, -
or "Repeater" Shells. For Justice of the Peace, I| I I I I I II I I I I 1 1 I table drinks with those who \ .
lliatriatNo.I 1 | I I I I ,1 1 h ;
\ vi They will Jessie I). Kleinman ________. .-12689 19 162 I 61601 13 61! 643 value health and comfort.Boil ),
give the I .
K you same perfect For Ju..tice of the Peace, / I I I I. I ,;ra r/

1 shot pattern at the shorter ranges as '.. L I District. (' No.3': ___ .__ ___u__I !''I 9 I 401 3 I'I 1 10! 3 I I I 526 : \

$ ';. W. Porter ___ ,, Postum :
----- ,- ---- 1282 91 23383! 4 157i 18 4 880 Cereal full
K the famous Winchester 12-gauge gives IVopCNed Conl'1 ituti.1 ,\rm.>ndm't .
8 ( Amendment of Section fi of Article I / I I .1 I I I fifteen minutes after boil I ':
'for reaching out for the high flyers IX Relating to Taxation I I 1 I ,
I t and Finance. YES __-_____ .1! 23'' L, 361 51! 15l'! I' 8: 90 ing begins and the taste :':'
r when the big flight ducks down. I'ropoHed" Countituti'l I Amendm't I I' I /' 1 I
come I, '
Y' Amendment. of Section fi of Article I I ) I I J 1 is delightful.Costs :,:'
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Relating to Taxation I
Your speed in handling the lighter ttnd Finance. NO .______ ___'808 25''.01430' [ 58'1691,\ '' 32'' 8\\|. 31048| II
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I J gun will surprise ana please you. II This Mean You CONVENIENT BUNGALOW HOME Less than, coffee '

When you Ret up with a bad taste NOW HAS NEW OWNER ,
J.!] Come in today and see us about it.i [!.l. in yoar mouth, a dull tired feeling, k

no relish for food and are constipated George Grosa, one of the employes Made"by Poshinx Cereal
you may know that you need atone at tile.electric light plant, has just Company. ; .
# THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY of Chamberlain' Tablets They purchased a well-located bungalow on Battle Creek Mich. '
not only cause an agreeable move- Mabbette street and will immediately .
e ment of the bowel", but cleanse and occupy the property. It in the intention ,
,, KI3SIMMEE, FLA. invigorate the stomach and improvethe of the new owner to improve ,:
digestion. the premises and make the entire C. t
holdings the more attractive. The 'I
j THE 7J'INCHSI"R STORE, One of the most remarkable record sale was made through the agencyof .__ _ ,yL -
in the annala of pugilism >was Mn. M. O. Wella. About 40 pounds of grease can be r
+ i ri ,that ofJem Mace who lost only two obtained from 100 pounds of I We are proud of the confidence (doe ,
raw
t t, I : : ; ;' contests*out?C1 500., If you can't boost don't knock. wP I in ton 666, drufjerlsta Chill and and Fever the Tonic.public-.*hare dr.> J 'r f '


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: \ ," ,TAPPING. THE THOUGHT, TANK. I When When some you hear Say shooter's:a ". ;7

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. By HORN e When you learn. '.
I I. wrong
... Don't 'enlarge the ;

Pertaining T. Beauty ; oli, Dear Met! How Quaint; No use, pushing tales

Exalt your passion by directingand I I Says the Saint Petersburg'Times;: ....Say: '" !
nettling it upon an object the Some of the
Fs f contemplation of whose loveli-: in the state are conducting; Don't believe" all .
,peed may cure 'perfectly all huirts 'a bit of a word .war regarding -: Say: !
,received from mortal beautyBoyle., whether Thorn the Wait. -and see the :
: state's best humorist, Is a Say ," t y
' i 004444004-,60004P4104 "prosaic or picturesque flat:' Mebbe there hall ;
+ Well we wouldn't want to Someone tried to :
,4 ONE THOfcNISM < call Old Man Thorn any No one's; perfect; .OK
\,'i( 4 o kind of a liar. tap: !
i' 4'r' 0 Some men will refuse to enter < Plea entered of guilty on two I : -X :
0 allY plan for promot'ng publicity < counts. Take th' witness! Yassum Bless Their Dear :
n'' 4 --even' if they will\ make a 4 t :t-X-t: :t A widow there was
4 dollar-if they have a slight 4 As I Remember It I green sort; i
4 hunch that someone else too < One place in the bible savs: "Be- She never had loved h u :
: 4 will make a dollar. hold how good it is for brethren together I been taught-
Yet still she did
4 4 in unity." And even in those
4000404006466444444Not olden days there 8eem5 to have been She won her place in

I four 'parties-tho pharisees, 'the sadducees fought
I New: Mebbe Soon And she swore by- ,
the 'publicans, and the sin-
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One of the state papers says: nersr Noah was a prohibitionist so "freedom court '
"Cheaper milk i is due." Oh, I don't long as he remained on the ark-but That she never

I know. I've not seen nny cows so from hints I've ,heard drop he "went
far who have quit working overtime. 'A widow there was
., over the top" when he felt the bow
:t: :- -: :t grate on gravelstones of Ararat class,

What I Term Retaliation I'll say he did. I'll pay 'em, Shem: Who yearned to have .
, Frur years ago republicans the dove brought me a greenback to gfass-
Helped Wilson to election! ; t :t-X-:: :t So For when she he was alone ;

This year democrats jumped in Hats Off To Harry Rood lass declared"
To give Cox marked rejection. Says the New :nyrnlN..w8: my !
She
allowed not
j: ;I-X-: =-t: t We will all probably live

,. Anything For A Change to see! the day when New' But pass simpered- -and
Now is the time to advertise tur- Smyrna will be the premier edl"!
I keyefor: n coming feast this month. among Bad Coast' cities. :
They'11 sure taste good-after chew- Just wait a minute till I rt'Covt'rconseiQu So I're watched 'em
i ig crow as we have had to do. Yas- nus and stop laughing and fail- ;

Bum. I'll sure holler for Harry.t No matter how

tt-x-tt :t-X-t: : :tHank wail- I
lip""'" Th' Worst; Ever Bureaus Burled Each looks for

It might lie mentioned that ,in The mail service will now be u less Each: hopes that ,!,
Lakeland the ,United Markets, in order I nons-ested for a while-until the sail ,l
to thoroughly introduce their Christmas shipments commence With a mate who's
l.randof weinerwurst, advertised recently and hale-
since George White, publicity agent
to present all patrons of a Just to see if she
of the democrats, and Will Hays,
movie matinee during one afternoon t t-X- : \
I holding the same position for the republicans .n
with Hindwich made from their
a DIE FROM
have ceased to send out
"fqmous weiner worst" xausage. If t their propaganda-fully fifty percent It may be that some :i
tlttrir weiners are any worse than the Will look on '
of which was consigned to the
spelling there was certainly some As a martyr for
various wastebaskets! of the great
made in that there theater.
litter And that ''
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American public. Voters -
were
swayed ,e
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J Yasaum. but mighty little of the sfraC they May be constructed I ;.;
:t t-X: -: :t j circulated. Lot of it was silly, any- To commemorate the t
Cheer For Lions I Who for -
way. The thinking man or woman '
A press dispatch mentions'; Leona paid little heed to the major portionof :Vented his indi <1jI'
Durwitz., of Saint Louis, and states the tales sent forth from the offices At the outcome of .
that "Miw Hurwitz !is Raid to 1 be the of those two men; and the time By neglecting his
nly girl or woman in America who will come when such bureaus are So badly that it : 'o'l'
ban ever acted in a rabbinical capa-- relegated to the upper shelves away But if there Is ever
city." I've never studied up on that back in the pantry. What" the voters For any monument ,

"rabhinacal capacity". -but still l'I1erteT I desire are facts-logical matters! To commemorate this '.
glad that Leona IK the only and a forceful presentation of conditions All I shall '
ene. I thank : Will be the blank
you. \ which may be brought about
:t i-X-1 :t I by the election of their candidates IOn I which I was .

Let's Delete The Word I or the defeat of the other fellows'. To make out my
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Every: paper I have seen for the I Conservative enunciations. as it Yassum. ,
past several days has .carried the discordant! :I'm willing to admit ti
werd "sweep" prominently d splayed i tios.. Before all the world, .t

-and I'm tired and sick of it. I'm I :t :t-x-t :tlIt're' That MacSwmey ""
opposed to that term of " I A Crazy Daisy
(Hush! Little SillythingDon't Ever to .. f
coming
thing may be termed a :"flood, a I my
"barrage" "ey )one." or something you cry;
or a
You'll have Youtallems of
Speaking obstinacy
notno' I
like but a "BWl'ep"-never
; and Reminds the
Bye by. me of
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:t t-X-t t I :1!: tlK \- :t Who drove into the
Near which he had
>n't You Fret Mildred
Always Have Been Fair r't
And asked aid of the
.Mildred Harris Chaplin, wife of
Says the Saint Petersburg Times: In dragging the
the film foolishment :
funny says
Will congregagtional
use
Far the body of his
auditorium on Sunday. I "Never marry a genius if you wantto
x Who had slipped in
How'n thunder does f
be happy.
I presumeMhat's .all right-but I A"hd failed to slip .
Millie know anything about: a gen- ,
why the "gag? Ain't these folks The man told the ; ,
all right? ius? I hope goodness me that That he had dragged R
t t-X-'J: :t: She! doesn't think she hooked a
Full two miles up
It Doesn't Seem Right "genius"; when she homswoggled
In his hunt for the !
i-. Somehow I ...n't understand why Charlie-I cuttingly do. There's a Whereupon the "
great sharp diff between a man with
I' all the democratic! papers in Florida "UP stream You
and man with talent---an4
heath genius a
have been asserting in large "Wh
yo'
,it is infrequently that one has a poor
lines: "Greatest Victory for Republicans 89 "Her body would '
in Many Years!" What are talent for 'getting over tbe ground "Floated down the ,
like Charlie that I'd hate to
say
they trying to do? Hedge Why I And then came the f'
not head the accounts: "Greatest that he even has talent. Take it up From"the '
Defeat of Democrats in Many Years" I,one side and down the other two, "Float with poor the
:of' and let it go that way? Eh? Every i Mildred, there are mighty few women "What that wife of .
will ever commit flattery by admitted
time I get defeated-which has been I ."Uh-huh. Mister
for moment that they married -
once--I jes grin and say: "Gee! That a "You must certainly
a genius. Sometimes a woman
licking he me
WAS n-o-ra-e gave ? "Never know that !
don't you think?" That's the way. I II who is* trying it over again will ad-
"She'd !
Yasaurn. mit in somewhat melodramatic tonesto sure go
I
t t-x-t t I the second husband that her first No one can
111 Admit This True selection was a genius=but you will That MacSwiney
"., There is one thing absolutely true i bear me out in the assertion that she I But to the raverajre ;
about H. M. Breaker-and he tells never told that to the first man. His was was a ; ?
it on himself. He says: "I'm proud i Nossir. Oh, Mildred, you're a daisy I Nor was he a
t: of the fact that I'm one of the few !1-but you have some notions crazy For only a brave
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men in Kissimmee who can finish up I-you re happy with no Charlie I Could resist huager's ) I
my duties in the bathtub and bravely round the place; and though you'revery For so long a period ,
f' pull the plug before getting out of i(I soulful I feel you must be dole- I As did Cork's ,

the tub-with no danger of being i j I:ful-with no rough-house in the And so, for pity's f I ;
I sucked down the outlet. Some little kitchen and no pie slapped in your Tis better to pass

shrimps I know have to get out of face! I A judgment soft and t,
10, the tub before doing that act elsethey'd Where Tact Is Tact As the scented breeze.Wblch
": be lost down the outlet! To ;; The federal government has issueda stir the or \
'sell}\ of which I say "Amen!1" ,'I circular headed: "Tackful handling And scatter odors
of skunk makes him valuable" The
-: t MacSwiney was bred J
Mean-c
Whatcher ...'. f document then reads: Ireland was sorely ;

V... Says the Bartow Record: Almost any farmer might And each year that :
? Polk have two or three skunks at
r A new townsite in Grew the more ;
*&; county is to carry the name work for him destroying: He died as a sorry
of Hesperides. Half the mice grasshoppers crickets Of his own
folks will know how to pronounce and white grubs, and furnishing -- A most deplorable
'" it-and the other him from $50 to Of misapplied
&:i half will think I* it the title $100 worth of fur a year. Yassnm.I .
.. of some new-fangled breakfast All that is necessary is that thank you.
E food. I'll..,. they will. he respect their dens keep
I -Thorn. Kissimmee Valley his poultry in IIkunltproofyardll
WILL IMPROVE
" "\h 1 Hands off, Kissimmee them every fall and be OF I
\ Thorn! Rather have a name tactful when he meets themin ...:..... I II
like breakfast food any day the evening. There i.a is Vernon Porter I

& than a name that read like marked depression. of the city who has been .
,,(, a slushy novel. I fur market at present but business of
(\ )Before proceeding farther I'd like I recovery to normal is anti
.i to know whether that invitation was cipated.It telephones in Toledo ;
V!: writ by "J. G." or "Miss GaiL" Yes I' is certainly necessary that a eral years, is once ( I

',%; it doe., too, m.ke. diff to me. Iii I farmer should "respect their dens" -this time to (
: : thank you.Leading and be tactful "when he meets themin general manager of ( ) ,- ,
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t"" t ;I-x-t: t I I the evening. bet you my life for the Kissimmee
>,' Issae Of Th' Day 1 that it ial! I know what I'm talking pany. The service
', The Arcadia Enterprise devoted about, too. It will always be well in all directions as
!fa;i",, twenty-nine lines of editorial space also, to be a bit tactful when meet- ble, and Mr. Porter ; ;
I <.' t to a cow that fell into a ditch and ing them in the early morning a* the entire system a
; very calmly died. Gee I I like to the sun peeps up over yon ocean tory one. Miss
,: have timely topic!! discussed so intelligently or any old ocean, f'r that matter who is in charge as <
and fetjentlyl; I I'd suggest and at noon when the same old sun ''of the system,
the following epitaph above the is standing immediately overhead; I the increast with ;
'.' ,remains of the deceased bovine: also in the afternoon when the same for new, phones I rt
;".". Fell in a ditch-and diedr Alas I sun is getting ready to get aroundon I,dent for a long ,
What awful horror, will come to the other side of the world and Thornson' declares, :
throw little "shine" those
past! a upon are being received
Had she a father A sad-eyed mother celestials who have been snoring the the phones can be
. ? snore of the anorefnl all night long,
l Some saucy sister? A shorthorn I Uh-huh. fact one who is cultivating Rubbed into the
brother? ; skunks, commercially merely for tism neuralgia,.
; Was it suicidal How did she get the dollars and scents to be derived sprains or lameness.
r ,Where mud was lUcky and water cannot have too great a stock of Liniment goep right
b was wet? i tact 'n' everything: Nevertheless, flesh to the 'bone .
'q well 111 stop my typewriter during: the few past years fortunes. removing the caoaa.
u Ah, no*- I have been coined by those having 1 pain relief. Three I
I''l3Wl. KV thoughts revert to the poor the term It)' to take up the trade. I it.20 per bottle. 1 ..
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irn and western areas come these men--clever: talkers they all are, too- . .
h :KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE their approach it frequently heralded by the raucous tones of'tfri" horn from c. . ... '

hsindsome- from the receipts from some'of the :
a car-purchased enroute;
. r.LJiaIe" Every Friday more easily tempted merchants and business 'men and organizations.' Perfection Oil ea

By KktiBBM .VaUe'- Casette Company, Kissimnee, Florida And we of Florida fall so often for the speil they put up that it has : erir

W.:,, B. Harris, President ( Eo.0. Vans' Agnew, Secretary become a*' habit It is related that One renter" of the west moved so frequently :
.. that his chickens when they covered drive to The
nom Editor saw a :: wagon up :
? W. L. dyke
house, would lie.-on their back an-d hold their legs in the air ,10 the tying ,
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L ' Subscription Rates: *': .. process, might be more easily"accomplished. In the same manner many of '
.One ,CopyOne, Year.._,.....-..._......_fc_._i___$2.00 Xsln this state have become so used to being grafted upon that when!' a For the. cool snappy mornings that we will have'later on.
e+ One Copy, Six Months. ..........._.______ _. ,_.:_.________.,.-- 1.09 with novel scheme approaches < hand him. signed; blank!
Months. _.. .,.... . :. ..LOf stranger a we a givu'clean. convenient heat where you
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One, Copy, Three ..... -, -* -,- ------ ---- 'for It warms in a jiffy, ,
check, tell him to fill it out the required amount, and then we proceedto
f (Entered at lhi"|' Tolofnca at Kluslmme Klorlda. a s> j nne0nd!-clase matter.) go "about our* usual avocation All of which has. planted a strong belief want it. Smokeless and odorless. Heats (for ten/. hours on t tone
the minds of the and that all that nestled'is (k I' .
commu4lt..ations nultiorlr.cd corn-vpondenin' must t>oftlirnvil 'n tramp tourist designer is I '
All ; except. 'fYom' by our the writer >. pull the "gull" from( the gullible.-and hike for the next field to conquer gallon of oil. .
'] for '
(celeste? matterwill not be rn-mrnfd unlesu cnll When'a business proposition comes before( the ordinary merchant

I Foreign' ;; Advertising Representative; ----, i proposition that is legitimate in every way and will serve to f promote local .
|L THE_AMERICAN PRh.SSASSOCIATION, I II:matters, and will keep the money derived in direct circulation at home
_., --- ----..-' looked with considerable! distrust 'bul ,
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--- -- the promoter too frequently upon \
Irons
: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920 let a stranger come with a proposition' that may be extremely questionable : Waffle| "

__i__. and he will receive a support that is frequently astonishing. In years pa .. .
BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT Ab I this has been the case over all Florida. The habit has I been inerea?>!tig i I. Hot waffles for breakfast. Blown and crisp. There is'1i >;

-.--- I The burdens have at last reached a point, where they can .no logger\ br I } nothing, better. Phone us (for a Keen Kutler Waffle Iron. ;::1
THE management of The Kissimmee Valley Gazette has teen fit to.. tolerated. Some cities (forbid the manipulators to work out any cluriic I

give me editorial direction of the publication. I desire and need the until the plan shall have been endorsed by a censorship/ established: by ill- 1 ::: -- --- ,
united support of every business interest in this city to allow me to improve local Chamber. of Commerce or Board of Trade. I I ",'
this publication to -an extent commensurate with the excellence of the The Valley Gazette desires to have everything that will redoi'nd to | '
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entire community. Shall I count on ill the credit or. the advancement of Kisaimmee or the county of Osceola ex- i W. B. MAKINSON CO. x.

The Gazette can be made a most important factor in the growth of the I plotted legitimately.! Exploited in a manner that will bring results .n.j) r I

city and county-but, alone and by itself, its power will be restricted. exploited: so trial: the money paid by the people may be kept in (rrcrl.it' mI : "WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION" iX
Long of experience in the newspaper business has proven that it is t the right le-e at home. It i i. wholly)' wrong and unfair tothose having( c'-

: one line years of producton in which "Much! obliged to you" has taken the place I tablishments kept' up through the entire year to have a Ilvbynigh'ordayPOP (.,:..:_:..:..:_:_:_:..:-'...:.<_:_:.-:_:..:..:.: :..:_:-:-:,....:..: :>*: .>**********: .: **<>: *<--><">>">

of cash payment; and it is in the line of production, also, which secures: the into a city, take out the mazurna, and with a victorious hncke.:: !
least financial return The merchant receives his price for the goods he I hasten to new Heir's.. Such proceedings do not add to the city's grind ( - Yh

handles-together with a profit; the lawyer receives proper pay for hi* and pave the way to other action*.pf greater t>rominence. 0

services-as does the minister, the teacher, the dentist, the physician; but I i Legitimate advertising in the columns .of a reputable" publication i i. j
I the newspaper too frequently receives: a gracious "thank you"' -and the I acknowledged! by all successful merchants to be the basis of( bu.mc's. They|I II
I the best side of all ii |
incident is closed. Ga/tlle undertaken the year through to present oppoi[
What is needed is general, awakening to the fact that a vast increase i (unities; to chronicle I the doings of( interest t ; to give praise where such i< I

r !i. price has been felt in everything that goes to make a newspaper up-to- 1 clue and to denounce errors by. -uggest.nss some methods of( betterment I
well labor-have rapidly' advanced The should unanimously endorse such a paper and support it in
date. ink, paper, mechanical: devices: -as as people
:i in price; and Kissimmee H the only city in Florida that has seen I" way Mia! ", ..I' enable it to be the better and the larger -and the' morel I Ii

its newspaper remain doing, business at the old rate. Such situation- cannot frequent in publication. 'I BOOT/TOPS '
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i self--lr with justice to The Gazette; "
longer continue! with justice to the city i
-rl-I urn asking that every resident join with me in an effort to make I thin' i ip.per PROPOSED( HOSPITAL HAS !VIL'GItERIT! I I

the more the more productive, the more influential. I II I ;
prosperous of calling the private ESPECIALLY: : important is it that every po..ible! concession hall be I :
I want the merchants, the business men every :: More Than a Spate : 1
them and !.hi Kissimmee the. "hospital -which the Soulhe'n Baptist- :
citizens, to come clean in this matter. In return I promise "-anted! to bring: to I
city and the county to make The Gazette all. that they would have it ; brigh!, plan to erect in Floiida. TK location: has not been selected- and it maytenriJe I kl q / r r'TOU'LL
and respected exponent for : lime to settle all matter regarding it. because there will 4
progressive, original, and in every way a proper 'ome b"l never go back to
I and icady to pledge mi'rh' ih" order to < ,
general betterment and a Greater Kissimmee and Osceola ounly. nu "Icr) of cities willing
f e, The Southern B. style spat once you: f '
ptnl> Idj 'I
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i Tours with a desire for co-operation, !the establishment of( S8 important[ an institution. I j jEqi
i W. L. THORNDYKE.: ref llick need of a hospital at Some point: in ,this state. Those in ,\\hoso i have worn T\'eccie] Root i

1 I !>anH. lies the delei mi-nation of the logical site must weigh aH advantages i .Tcps. They more than just '1

d WilY KISSIMMEE: MUST GROW of the carious sites offered and the conditions! surrounding! each ofler !, s 'cover the ankle" their fIiWt h

(for the expenditure of( so large: a sum in a moM advantageous manner ' grace and shapeliness reflect

I TAKE 'a map of( Florida and mark the state in half between the is. a Every mailer resident requiring of a this(great: county deal of should study.become a firm bolder. for this I the wearer's good taste. 4J1 }a

twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth degrees of latitude or even on the twenty institution business proposition those ih charge of rWe

4 ninth degree and that portion below the line will be the real Florida coast, piojerl.the location Like will any not consider locating or where there. is not a\heartv approval I \ carry the guaranteed f

+ its semi-tropical foliage and fruits growing the more pronounced af th"l .if f the proposition ; hence the earnest co-o *ration of all dwellers within genuine with the Tweedie
y 'r 4> aica to the south is touched. All of it. however bears the! impr *s af this and must come to the front and "stand and be counted." label sewed inside
3. city county
Florida as understood by the northern or western man who has been studying equipped with all the /
thoroughly
The location of a great hospital, : j each j
i pair.
It all different from the sectiOH thai.
conditions and possibilities. is so scientists will
needs and necessities, known and demanded by thorough
: be found north of the lines drawn that it really appears like another I
! ,J will so !mean much for this city and county. It will mean that there will, be obtained / a
slate. for Kissimmee and .osceola county which in no other Il /
Then let the investigator study the conditions in all! of the piincipa! publicity could be secured. It will mean there will come to this locality '

t places in this south portion. Let him visit the spots i if( he will. and thui manner those needing the services to be obtained at such an institution and there -4

learn the more intimately of the prices at which properly is held at the : thouse countless relatives and friends; and of all those 4t
will also (
To the the prices'will be (found what will be term come i it
day. newcomer
present who here temporarily there will be many who will be so impressedwith ,
ed as ''high' "very high," and "prohibitive." Nevertheless there are continually come environments that they will eventually buy here and
i'B I h l'' buyers in all these spotsand none of( those who make purchase the charming [ '
their homes.
;, fend themselves to be ultimate losers. But requires/ larger capital an here The make benefits of such an institution both directly and indirectly. can-
backing to homes and farms( and orchards and gardens ir has
stronger secure it
'ot be told in cold l figures. The totals would be problematicalyet- yet //s'
; all those localities than the ordinary comer can afford or can secure ; aa' Seen in other localities less favorably situated than is Kissimmeethat SOLD BY '
too often is it the case that the (family leaves after the partial investigation proven of the contemplated has proven a
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the one
? hospital of magnitude FRED S. GILBERT
a with the impression that "everything is so high in Florida that it n n.-.) factor a of worth. In event it behooves Kissimmee and the wholeof f / i 1 1a
great ) any
for. in moderate circumstances. IOC 13r.adway; KlM lmnee
and'exerl
place a. man a' unit regarding this institution, '
Osceola
towork' a.
Right here i i. where Kissimmee at the present, moment has' the grea'' influence county in securing this valuable addition to this locality. \. ':'
in the southern portion of the state. JCissjinnnex; every
advantage over every town .f to' '. is "J
4 .is 'where West Palm Beach was five years ago-::"" and it has the sam' '- HOW TO HELP BETTER A CITY OR COUNTY ' ,
i'' 1 opportunity for making the same progress during the coming five yean -

'p I that West Palm Beach has made during the past five years. Property in NO city or county or community-- was ever harmed by painting ou I
fi I that then considered "out of reach"of people ; yet alive
many
city Was as ill-tondition, found existing always provided that some means of( bet
any 1..f1
r; hundred percent increase and in some cases a thousand percent increase the situation pointed out at the same time. It is the coveringup
--has convinced some of( those old croakers still there that they were teeing was. spread and to become 1
i of ,possible. erors and allowing rumors to grow
t, mighty poor prophets. enormously incorrect that does the harm. Theodore Roosevelt, whea pre
I At the present time Kissimmee offers more chances (for the man ot down himself the enanthemas of a multitude be-
ident brought
of( actual the once upon -- - - -
i" + medium means to make good than any place consaqueace on of( the Wall Street stench which followed( the severe probing. Witha
map. Prices are holding which will permit of larger profits within a very cause dismissed the subject, saying: "I was
of( the hand the president "WANT AD"
wave FOR TRY A. GAZETTE ,
QUICK ACTION
be made
few years, and there are (few locations which cannot most attractive for the investigations into conditions in Wall Street--but I was

h1 fr; by a small expenditure-and with the deft hands and persistence of responsible responsible for( what, was found there! The immediate betterment that _ .
not
r any ordinary family( and the taking advantage of( opportunities often found. followed the investigations proved that Roosevelt was right in his contentions ,

r ; the cost of making the home a thing of continued beauty will be found and the of( men soon realized that (fact.
+ almost nothing. And such premises in this city adds to the inducement great mass be
every Perfection
i So is it with a community or a town or a city. may
F' given others to work along the same lines. looked (for- but it is seldom found. Errors are found upon all hands-- Your Attention is Needed
Homesites in Kissimmee are not high in price just now. There is not means of correction if cpmmon ense be
there is nearly always an easy
1 in Southern Florida possessing the same possibilities for business yet
; bottomof
a spot commonsense is to get at the
but 'used. And the only way to use
i' for attractive homesite be secured at so reasonable .
or pleasurewhere an may ( affairs and determine how best to apply the remedy. Publicityis
'4 price; and because of this fact there should be a steady growth in public effectual in reforms than any other one
that has proved' more i-
the immediate future. And the growth these attractive an agent Notice These Two Dates '
V consequent upon many the publicity bearing the tinge of malice or the aroma of retaliation ;
yi ? (features will soon result in advancing values in all lines of real thing--;but not publicity unbiased and free from all forms( of distortion. Therein

1! f estate.Lands of value in the vicinity of Kissimmee are held at prices which lies the effectual great power than of the other Press weapon.; used with Abused fairness-and'and it remains toleration but it is a Saturday and Monday

; will allow any energetic man to purchase and win back the cost price with- more any
j in brief time. Good roads in aH directions are an incentive to the more withered rod in helpless hands. f 7
a The always demands fair play-.although it does not alwaysat November 13 and 15
public
the lands and those located off the -
w intensive cultivation of nearby ; areas first it and therein lies the harm of efforts to suppress matters
present good roads can be bought at a price which will justify the purchaser receive ; clean"on all deailsforthe man ss
f of public interest. It is best to "come On these Two Dy we will ell for STRICT CASH
,
} in, toiling : 'brief time under some disadvantage or in making at who "comes clean" is the man who will assist in making all things clean; ,

r. v his own expense a.useable road for the short distance necessary. The diversity and the entire world esteems a man who will "have his say"-even thoughall 5 Pounds Granulated Sugarr7r,
possible crop, is considerable; and while the grove of some sort with him.GREATEST .
which should constitute the first work on a purchase is comin'g in i there are may not agree '65c '

+ many' crops that can be handled most advantageously. ANNIVERSARY OF CENTURY for

/ The Gazette .believes it to be just as necessary to tell of those la.ds with dollar's worth of groceries
0' about Kissimmee, and what can be done with them, and wkat may be produced yesterday- occurred the most universally celebrated everyrop
and the be derived from then, and settlement TWO years ago
upon them profits to urge half It was a day when the
c"v upon them, as to tell of what the city needs. The success of f either occasion world which has wild been with seen joyful for a sorrow century., when laughter mingled with' 10 Lbl. Meal best ___________.____________________-?..$ .45

,t, ..one depends wholly upon the success of the other; in fact the city needs entire went and sisters and brothers and sweethearts 10 Lbs. Grits best ____ .45
with mothers and fathers ?-------------------------------
'l the farmer and the and the gardener and the stockman just a little ears, of the armistice, '
'; a bit more than the farmer grower and the grower and the gardener and the stockman delirious with thousand the emotions emotions brought in a thousand f forth by ways.the signing' And each year in the 2 cans Pork and Beans ____________________________ ;_-_ .25

ij r \v'', need the 'city. And for this reason will an effort be made la urge the expressed a through generations now unborn' will the world mee4-and 5 Lbs. Good Green Coffee ______nnnnn_____ 1.00

i, yt. increase in- the number of those men who 'may' choose to be producers- future mingle down on this one especial anniversary I 2 cans Tomatoes ____________________- ___________----- .25 0
'o even though they shall be home-owners in this city. ARMISTICE DAY! :

j' j, Every resident of Kissimmee should become a strong factor in cir- - - ----- ------ - Maxwell House Coffee, Lb__________-',__________________ .44 ;
{ culating the propaganda of the excellent conditions to be found( in and Senate Coffee. Lb. .4S'
about Kissimmee. And now is the time (for such work. The city will never AID SOCIETY PLANNING -----------------------------z------

?t be in a condition where there will be found so. many opportunities (for APRON AND roOD SALE Votan Coffee, none better __--__1___----_ ----_______--__ E511 '

r good investments, so much demand for small medium-priced homes and the Kerosene, per Gallon _______'____nnnnn______ .25
so many homcsites at such comparatively low prices, as now. It is essential I The Ladies' Aid Society of 1d
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'f these facts be made known ; and that every courtesy shall be shown I "Apron Presbyterian!Social"'! church in the will Hart conduct Memorialon an s Everything else accordingly. These Price are all Cash Prices..

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those who majr come: here even though. primarily, they have no serious the afternoon of Tuesday, Novem- CHRISTMAS
iatention of making investments. K ber 30, when children's clothIng -
and cooked foods will be offered, CUT PRICE CASH
and( refreshments will be served. GROCERY
LOOK OUT FOR THE ADVERTOURIST Complete details, will appear in next EARLY .
i issue of The Q zette. Itc PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY
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,p, JUST at this season of the year is the time when there are foisted I1awail'it has been found that Out .of.Town Order Given Prompt Attention
In
of Florida all varieties of schemes for separating I
the people money
x. ppon weeds can be kept downin sugar QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
those having it-and diverting it to the pockets of those who consider fields
;+ l' s from plantations by covering the I .. ,
1 hat all Floridians are "their meat." Down from the colder:: climes of aoith-1 J with paper. ,

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.t ,t. v A10040000094400OOOa The regular band concert will : .... . . .ii .. .. .. .O.O..i.. . o..f.t..l..0.0.0..0. .
(' :given Friday evening,: in the park. ( E ;; ", ", A ..f'i) :" : : '

,* WEATHER REPORT, ?. Mr. and Mrs.. G. W. Persons, "

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X; : '**< tdshed operative perature by and U.,the S. Weather Klaeimme.Bureau fur Cow *+ gan Former, accompanied-.snator Arthur by Kenneth E. M+ N : \l

Cullonph both of Orlando were
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Station for the' week ending
tore |in Kissimmee Wednesday.List' .
November 11 1920s on ; ,
;' ". Thursday, ,
,t' t- p. : your city and farm propertiwith ,
,. -' .. Max. MTh.: Rain -4 Miss Jessie Ely, Room 6.
4 Friday__?.._.,*? 85 54 < I' office block. Sec ,her for -
'0 Saturday,...__'_.. 87 57 may be wanted In. .realty be REDUCTIO
'' 4 Sunday__,'?_.'____ 82 65 4 ,
Mondayhuu___ 82 68 4 Mr; and Mrs. Charles N. Paver, r
< Tuesday____??___ 82 68 4 Cincinnati.,-" s'\"e arrived in pRICE ., .
4 Wednesday_____ 84 68 4 nice for another season. The '
.- 4 Thursday___..____ 83 68 0 tors have. a ,large circle of : ,
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4OOOtD444404444444464 here.
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Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Ricker of ( -
cinnati familiar '
- season "
have arrived in Kissimmee for

I''i I( ITEMS I OF A WEEK !] winter.Mabbettc They street are residing at i .

flet your ordrh in; for en v ____ t
embossed holiday greeting ,
Misses Mitt'e Bandy and Lillian! l'n'l Fine line of samples to .
, '
Harris spent Tuesday in Tampa. at Gazette office. i SATURDAY begins another price
Frank Walker of Bns"engrer, |
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Dr. W. I, Winn's offices are now
been in the citv this week I
.located the of-
upstairs over pout
fice. SOot( I Mrs. \\',..I1prI ho is J'n.linll f:> I ; ; Jo .,L
time here medical revision. You want lower prices
undergoing
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Born: .A t t their "home on Rose'ave- .' '' .
i Went, I II
nue, fo M. and Mr ,. Arthur' Jones, I ]
Tuesday, November 0, a son. |I I The Episcopal Guild held its ; 'r *

Cat; your' orders\ in for engraved j" tcriioon'ilar!, monthly at the meeting home of Tuesday MrsV.. \: :: and i in response to that demand/

and l embossed" 'holido; greeting: : curds j], Spurs, 404 Emmett street Th ; : M .B MVVWM BKVMMI, M MB .
new. Finn line of samples to select : -

T from at Gazette; office. tf I'was The! the Cntino usual! is good presenting attendance.a ''".. ' ; have again reduced. prices throughout .
,
Airs Frank Walker] of Bassenjfcr '".'ture thisafternoon and ",'..
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and Mrs. W. M. Underhill of Oee-: I v.V--n "lnrviilev Mint"will. ; '
chi }hoe. Are spending some time in 1.
Kissimmee. pret "A Cumberland Romance : store. These prices'are
\ I' .-ern will bo n Hujrhn';: ' (' our
E. I). Hogan, manager of the Ev- Manager: Jordan has made !; .
erjjlade. Cypioxi' Company's, I store at .' ills for r Aerial iazr. orrhes-tru
IOH<*." ';'", w-: trinimn-ting huxinesi I ender music for the evening! guaranteed for one week only.

in Kissiml11'phl<'SfIIlY. I formnnre. i _______ _____________ _
The KixRimmVr Concert Hand was The linnnce; committee of the : .. ,( 4x
emrngel; l by Sanford I for Ann'stipeI ,rounril! is now composed of R. .
i I Ihl'1 1nok active part in the en | Kl..yd!, A. S. Gilbert and J. a
s tile pi., gram' that was put on yest Thompson. The lnilkhcn) (' ",' ,
t dray i ionKi.t*; of II. :M. )Katz< J. W.
('. W. Milliiirrl! of Furl Piereeax'n', \ < J I s"ii, and A. S. iilbcrt.; Tlr-sr I \ x i Note Carefully the Savings Below Rf
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a few days in thi1citv ]last week .'iiiiiiittei'M will: have much to do .
coining; over lo visit ;Mrs. ]"|!illi"rd. .. \tlil1the!; present t'I: { ''') i
wl'o! i is sm'ndinp"! home' time h"it I't kits I' rcjinrt'inK the city dock and !
? tientmcnjL, t from Pr. nut-l-master.! ,dredge.The/ |I f Buster Brown Silk. Hose for women Curtain Scrim., 8 Pretty Patterns: Priced

F lo-n: ind S.'info'd. M in lay. \oviiiber Saint .loliru* Episcopal; : is :: black and cordovan, $2.25 value now.$1.50 I
8, to :'oIl'', and! Mrs W. .1. ;" niakinc a"'lIn'm..J'ot"" .! for n !' 20c, 30c, 35c, 40c, SOc, and 75c yard. I y yAll

Steed, of tIt South (Clydo uvinurKi'sVnnup I lof fancy wok, and plants. : at an (' I' $3.25 value, now __________ ________n 2.50
a d.iiifliter. )1. ... Steedbis 1'itithe !proceeds> from which ' : are wonderful values.. (
hern the guest of her mother. in I ''r aijili!i 'I! to the "-ei'tory" tl
Sanford for some time. I I fund. Neither the date nor the <
I ahlv where the sale will take p..'. ] Women's black Lisle Hose 85c .value now $ .60
A )L. (;lItlnlil\ deputy!
revenuenffciai 1 '-s ,been, positively agreed uponfull Look at this value! 72x99 Pepperell
was at the KiKsimrnee courthouse Hit announcements will be Girls' black sizes "Buster
yesterday to tat''c un matters i ; the next issue of The Gazette Sox large .Sheett. Sale Price ________________$%.45 i
of income taxes with those who were 'Jin : I Brown" pair ______.,.______________ .40
in nnv way df/1in'lllf'nl--an| of whom j I SI"I'j]] noon be taken' to '! : or I c Salem Pillow Cases __: __________________.65
1Iad received notice of his intended ill Hie eras and weeds about I !

arrival. city: mowed and burned in .order. I 9-4 Pepperell Sheeting __-______________ .85
'be risk of fires may he jt Other makes. Women's Hose-
Get; orders in for engrnvp'land
your be
This will be done by: the city so
embossed holiday Rret'tinlcardH: in public! property is concerned, I 20c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c; 60c, 75c, $1.00 .M
n' Viripo|! of 8el..ctfrom
"nmples to
to
't is understood t that private '
art Gazette office tf Here is in real Table Linen-
mls! will]] co-operate and ] a bargain
MT.\ and Mrs A. S. Nelson, whobeen ,
Due I
on nn extended visit to his 'heir>f the various date of properties.cleanun will he / : !|l Large size Turkish Towels, each________$ .30 Glendale Table Linen 64 and 72 inches I

I i c old home home at Monday Wichita.! night.Kansas Whileaway returned ]- nth.. columns of The Gazette.Mr. | I Large size Huck Towels, each__________ .30 wide: something that will make a nice :
and Mrs. A. W. Sweetland.]
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r 4 Kissimmee Mr. Nelson and l Osceola has been county boosting and Binghamton, New York, arrived la of i i Glendale Linen Towels, each uu__ 1.50SHOES Xmas present; per yd: $1.75, $2.10. and 2.45
Tuesday, and will again spend ;
returns home enthusiastic: over the ,, "
vinter in Ki imme(. raving!
outlook ever the real estate business joy i I
} 'oart mpntll with Captain H. : +
here this 'winter. sow"
Breaker on Mabbette\ street. I
J"n't cuss, nor say it can't be doneif and Mrs. Sweetland visited .
that repaired tire didn't hold. 1 St. Petersburg, / Bradentown and tift'r of We now have the :Geo. E. Witt dress shoes '
:
have biiUt them for VCRr!'. Simply -r points south this year before
. bring your next repair job to The iding: on a location but found up., I for men'' at $2.00 to $3.00 the pair less .
Broadway Tire Hospital with Pixi ,lace that appealed to them as do tf
Service Station 4C-31 Kissimmee. than formerly L3 MEN! Get ready now for that HUNTING trip.A .
Daniel Jackson Simmons who hap Air. and Mrs Henry Meetch, 1
; > been located near Pensacola for 'farrisburg/ Pennsylvania have good pair of boots is what you need. Our smoky hide ISIuch"boots '
(1 many years, has become the guest, ivrd. in Kissimmee for the
I'" ,'" .Sll his nephew and family Mr. and and are making their temp )'
V i. ''Ii i., . airs Ed Hancock, of 110 South quarters at the home of Mrs.' A. ,. 'only $11.OO., Men's heavy tan'work shoe, now $6 75. ,
!Beaumont avenue, while prospectingin : "t'ley. on Mtbbettestreet.. Melt's
this city with,a" view to securing visitors formerly lived 'in : is I 'tlght"wetght work shoes, $3.25 and up. ,
either a 'itv property or some acreage - -but had sold their home-and ;
which lie can improve. Mr.' Simmons 'hv are 1 so favorably Men's high_class dress shoes, 7.00 to $10.00
),.. will rennin an indefinite period with prospects that they t
oeuiing a site and erecting a I ] Women's dress shoes, $5.50 to ,$8.00 '{
Captain J. W. Collier, at Erews- 'alow. l '

her""'1'11,' Florida dsiw in, has Kissimiwe l>(\en sJlt'nlinlsev.this :week- Will Allen who i i. 1 the :.. !i : j Women's Oxfords, $5.00, $6:00, $6.50 '
of the Osceola Palm
having. been called] l to the bedside of monger ' I
'ias been engaged: for several
his brother Krnnk (Collier who i.i :in making the palma already IX %.
seriously ill with' Krights' disease. served in still better condition : : -
'
of CaptAin this city Collier nnd is has a former a large: resident corip!. the Allen final has finishing had much and experience potting. : fo- Men's Blue Work Sfc fsljJSc, J1.35 and $1.50 Good quality Dress Gingham. ,;?2 inches

of friends here who are glad] to see this line of business and feels wide. _____________$ .50 J
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: him onw more. will Khaki Work Shirts ____--_____________ 1.70Men'
fident that Mr. Story open a mr\\ 4
Get your orders jj> for engraved: hat will commend itself.to the Good quality 27 inch Dress1 Gingham yard .3$ ;
and embossed holiday greeting cards lumber of people of other : Buster Brown Silk Ho&e-were

d, now.from at Fine Gazette line Of office samples -to selec'tf who desire--something=-- different. I $1.00. now-per pair________________ .75 Serges, per yard., ___j:",' _______..$1.50 toj!%. 2.00 ] h

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.i' W. J. S. Carr a relative of the S. Bargains In RealEstate .. -j
\' H. Bullocks, has been in Kissimmee "\ Blue Mescaline Silk good heavy grade, yd. $3.00

for several days-having come from Three houses of three rooms of Men's $6.00 Hats now :__________ ____$5.00 '
.. .... Coronado, near New Smyrna to look on lot 104x147 feet. West end Black Ponge. .rd'__-*_;:.____._____.-_v l.OD '
after some private business matters. Lake street With artesian of X 10 percent reduction 'on all other Hats.Men's .
;t. From here Mr. Carr will go down .Price $1250.Splendid Muslins 20c per yard and ;
up. ,
'1' the east coast to where he may determine garden with itrte
is to be found the best flsh- well; on block facing on ,
"; ling-in which' business he will enter streets; size 258x300 feet with
$2.25 Shirts, with Collars, reducedto
Knit Caps for Children. All color
," for the season houses of three rooms each. *-

;t' fro and Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown, 2000. .J. M. ,Willson Owner.- -- ____i________________________$1.65. SOc 7Sc and' $1.00 .4
returning from Tampa, where they - -
attended the Florida Tulane football ; of
frame, stopped over in Kissimmee Casino TheatreFOR *
'. from Sun av till Wednesday after- . f
\, aeon. Mr. Brown !is now 'director of WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1 -
;' the band at the State University, as During the past few weeks we have received a great.
I hot still has a warm place in his MATINEE 4 P.'_M. NIGHT. : *
'heart for Kl llimmee. and hopes I -
some day to make his permanent Monday, November 15 .. many shipments of Shoes, Hosiery Dry Goods,
hme here. :
"The Vice of Fools. starring -
W. A. Hartman who is making Joyce. Second episode of Etc. bought on the lower markets '
,
his first Florida visit has arrived in LOST CITY."
Kissimmee-induced to come here
through his friend H. C. Piano manager Tuesday, November 16 Tate '
: of the Citrus; Exchange. Mr "Midnight Romance" starring Anit.Stewart. Advantage of Lo'
-
'- Hartman whose' home is in Chicago
,,: expresses hrrrwelf ao highly pleftlledto A Pathe News showing
be "far from the maddingthrpng" world's, latest events. -
; -as well as far from the unpleasant - Wednesday, November 17 .
weather fdj- which Chicago I
is- noted. He came to remain "a few "Love Harvest, starring Shirley
days." but thinks the chances good son. One of those funny I


t;, 1 representing for W.: remaining L. Simpson the a Reed-Murdock few, of months.' Jacksonville Grocery -, Nigger Thursday Comedies., "November" 18 ( ) ; co-I-. LYLES L L E V S/T.OR: y ,

a r. Company, reputed to be the "Sweet Lavender, starring !yfu
r fifth largest grocery concern in America Miles Minter. Also a Pathe !! _
.t was in Kissimmee on Monday .- ,
t. get in touch with the new grocers, Friday, November 19
Goodman & Wo doll. Mr. Simpson "39 East starring- Constance Binney. j.
handles several lines of high-grade A bid V Comedy in two & COMPANY r
y goods not --customarily found in small to
r .itlee-and his mission here was to Saturday, November 20 t
d see if the needs of the new firm I"Drag Harlan." starring William F BROADWAY KISSIMMEE '1.
? eould be satisfied with the Monarch
reel
Also monkey
num. a two
He
.h ItraDd..h..lngo" high quality. reported
that the trip waa a most 'edy.

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FLORIDA FORGING AHEAD
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"j IN PURE BRED' LIVESTOCK
THEATRE "

1 Announcement!!
ly Large Prizes at State FalrAttract Many Entries, and Fine Show i '

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Is Assured. f. .

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Friday November 12' = ,. -

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Matinee at Four-.--Evening; at Seven-fifteen _

r1 p aisur,

+ MARY MILES MINTER in 'rT
I information is herewith tendered ihe public that having severed our

"A Cumberland Romance" --r business relation with: the Waters l< & Carson Grocery Company we

i have Leased The BrontftriT Building; Second Door from Postoffice,.
also Sunshine Comedy
a '
where we will al a >ery early date ,


9 "An Elephant's. 'Nightmare" '_ ,,:e, Open a First Class Grocery. This
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1 Band Will Furnish Music Store will be With
rThe Twentieth Century Jazz .:.. \ ,.,." > Stocked ''I f
Before the Dance to be Given by That BandQUALITY M f......, I, . .

3 .... .. ",.'.r.'Jo" "4'-:., \.;,::.. :'. .,'. . The Best Brands of Goods Obtainable

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I Some never before. handledby j 1
Defender of Tlcrra! Alta No. 220019. Grand Champion Aberdeen Angus Bull Kissimmee firm I
any :
i I I of South and West Jacksonville, 191& At head, Florida.of herd of J..J, Logan, I '

OUR Morro
Jacksonville A' pretty good check Florida/ breeders being much larger 'f
on the rapidly. growing livestock industry I I than heretofore I .
may be made by looking over I One ot the most Important piece -of PRICES THE FAIREST

I, ;l .yI the vnimuls exhibited at the Florida work accomplished' by the State Fatr j I QUALITIES THE BEST
\, I II' the first impression we wish to give those entering rift State Pair, JacksonvilleNov. 1827, has been to encourage the production )
The prt'lIIlurn6 I offered are larger than of. more pure bred livestock, and al. II
The Palace Grocery- f those of many bigger! and older fairs., : ready It has gone a long; way toward I Date of Opening Will Be Soon Glen

I I offering; ample MoonriiKPinent\ to 'xhlbltors helping put Florida on the map aa a
i Prices will be quoted on 3: Breeders from other states, :stock growing state i

GUARANTEED GOODS : taking advantage of the handsome More livestock and better livestock I Goodman & Woodall

prizes oili-red have been showing should become the slogan ot every
\ ,II is a mark of financial ability. to PAY CASH AND CARRY =X: their herds and walking off with most community I lu the State which is In s i

measure adapted to Pr.prietorlESPECIAL
I of the prize!:!: This any .tock.ral"ln'j
money. year how
WHO PAYS FOR THIS? Go to the State Fair year ( .
t ever, the) will have- a little stilfer I'I
18.27)) and see how It can be done
t competition from Florida grown anlpnalg and what hits already been accomplished NOTICE

r 5 percent credit losses the number of early entries l hy ,

4. 6 percent delivery cost' F' ibis is to certify,.that .the firm of Goodman & Woodall is not con 4

I percent broken and lost t packages reeled in any way or manner with any other firm or corporatIon.

i 8 percent interest on book accounts 'DEAS PROMULGATED BY A FRENCH MAYOR I NO REST--NO PEACE ,! I (Signed) J. W. GOODMAN.

j Statements stamps, elc. for statements, poor service, quality T. J. WOODALL.

\ I lower than the price indicates and general dissatisfaction Wber '\er a 1 renchman goes I hiai'ies '. !| Trifle's no peace and little rest for I KisMmnaee, Florida.
and transplants the idea b
| the one who suffers! from a bad back I November 10, 1920
'hrift winch he !learned in his native
t There is shadow behind dollar when spent al land :Moi'-e and dispensing urinary
Vorette, of .
no your Ma\or Manhistei. Kissunmee i people re'ol1l di"orders.1 k4d. "'C- 7 t 0 Z''e 04N.t4t4fi44:C I0
,. :N.: II., has published an ui ,
Kidney !Tills' Be guided bj their
Tnt appeal to the FI'unl'o-Americ'm 4.4ti'I
t I
TAYLOR'SSELL ot'let let of :New England not to for experience
:Mrs I I.. M. Williams 409 Clay I
fet the lessons of thrift which arei
" hi iit of the I French nation and, street KisMmmee, Says: 'l) had an :
i age ;
ailing in my back a short time ago in Used AutomobilesA
'hf practice of those Bargains
,as "WE IT FOR CASH for the welfare principles of the a1) n'iecessity It was difficult for me to get aroundin
nuI .
WE SELL IT FOR LESS"tt the morning on account of the ,
I ion of I their adoption He declares
,
severe pains in the small of my back i I
KISSIMMEE HAINES CITY that the possession of savings{" ,unit I louldn't rest '
comfortably
Small Down Balance
lamps and treasury !'savings certihales Payment ; Monthly !
I nights I was tired most all the
a +oOOtoooooooooooo o ooo > mind' IK and a 1 sure H aid certain toward precaution peace of I time, too. Hearing of Uoan's Kidney )i 1918 Ford Touring __ __360.00 1917 Overland Truck ___$390.00 i:

I "iguinKt disaster Pills I got a box. Dean's relieved 1916 Ford Truck ___ ___ 350.W) 1917 Overland Roadster ,475.eO'" :'
me immediately and in a short :
"0" -4">+4"C" "0"W "0 tiur4: The following is a copy of Mayor time I felt one hundred percent bet.I 1920 Chevrolet ______-_ 525.00 1918 Dodge Touring __ 600.00) I
Verrette's ]letter, which to '
sent
5,000 boys and girls of was the French ter." I 1919 Maxwell Touring __ 650.00 1915 Buick Touring ____ 360.00 .'
Parochial schools among the employes True GOc; at all dealers. Don't 1919 Maxwell Touring _ 550.00 1916 Auburn Six --_ _ 500.00
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
i of mills and factories, : Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that I 1920 Monitor Six _ 1225.00 1919 Cadi lac Roadster _. 425.00
"Many: things have been t
happennif -
SALE Mrs. Williams had. Kos-ter-Milburn .
ANNUAL !
throe past months, including the Mfrs, Buffalo. N. Y. ALL CARS GUARANTEED TO BE IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION .
'xposure of the Ponzi fiasco, to re- I
mind us that there is no safe way of Lott Motor Car
getting rich (quick and thut prosperty Advertise your wants in the Val- Company ,
,. and! success have always been ey Gazette. If you have property
II built pn industry and thrift. For for sale or exchange for ORLANDO FLORIDA
.that reason, I want to call your attention rent a small advertisement in our "
. at this time to the importance lasslfied\ columns will put 'you in .. See A. M. JONES.KISSIMMEr. I'
Beginning MondayNovember of thrift and savings to the individual touch with the people, you want to .
reach.. 4tf!
and the general welfare. _. .
"I hope you are familiar with the I -- -L---
15 splendid thrift work curried on by IlL ... 'I
the United States! treasury department I
in the sale of thrift and war
r'' savings stamps. This important -(
movement /grew up during the war,
MANHATTAN SHIRTS and proved such a real benefit to the
millfons who took part that the government -
KNOW 'THEBEST decided to continue it in
r times of peace, not now primarily to '!
TH MM BEST J KNOWN raise funds for the government but Fordson
ether to provide a safe and easy
method for wage-earners and others
Retail Price Selling Price 'o save' for the future.

$14.00 _________________________$9.75 "Thrift and war savings "'stamps,
.13.50 _____-________J-___________ 9.45 as" well as treasury savings certificates MARK
in $100 and $1000 denominations )
12. 0 ___________________________ 8.75 paying almost 4 percent interest

10.50 __________________________. 7.75 are on sale at banks andpostolrfices '

JO.OO ___________________________ 7.00 and also in many schools Tractor ,, )
FarmTRADE
8.00 _____,._----_______________-: 5.60 and factories. These small government ,
notes are modeled on a plan
; 6.50--------------------------' 4.55 originating with the French people.

5.00 _____________________ .:____ 3.58 They have also proved popular with L .\

4.50 ________ _____n______-w3.15: the French in Canada. The Fordson cuts the cost of preparing land almost to half of what it M

4.00 ___________'________________ %.80 Manchester"Four of have the largest(given their factories supportand of cost with horses. But even more important is the fact that the Fordsonsaves

} These prices amount to about a 30%' reduction ? co-operation to the governmentin from thirty to fifty percent of the farmers time And tune saved- I,' .

and are (for cash only. this plan to help the people to getting fields in shape to plant in the proper season; getting things done ;
prosperity and success. The Amos when they should be done-means money to the farmer. Besides it kelps :
keag Manufacturing Company, the
:
' MANHATTAN SOFT COLLARS Beacon Shoe Company, the W. {1. greatly ia i solvimf the labor problem. '1

... Retail Price Selling Price McElwain Company, and the Stark As ever the machine way is proving more efficient faster easier than :
Manufacturing Company have all accepted In the factory, the machine increases production w
I 50c 35e65c the and stand the old hand way. : saves
' :===============-k============w- SOc ready to help saving their plan employees, enjoy labor-produces more at less cost. And that is what the Fordson does on .,,.;

75c ______________________________ COc its"'benefits. the farms. The Ford on way (s the machine way of farming. Beside it
{o? insure against sickness, accident kelp. tte labor problem.
:. and other emergencies, to be
I first is low and the after or operating cost is low. .
"I' ready to take advantage of earnings The Fordson's cost ; -
and opportunities, it is to handled
necessary It is a compact easily -
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save regularly, and systematically.For tractor, hacked by the "S; kT r'y"S ,
your own peace of mind it is an
excellent idea to have some of those greatest tractor service organization 3,
.......o.o.o..o.oooooo..tOt.to.ooooooo..oo o..oo savings invested with Uncle Sam. in the world. Li .
"I am glad to give the government Fordson dealers. - ti .
We
are -
plan unqualified endorse- I
savings my
fir, SAW UNIVERSITY TEAMDEFEATED TWO TRAINS ADDEDTO ment and I hope if you are not already Not only do we sell Fordson 'f;
doing so that you will take tractors but we carry a r fie t
BY TULANE KISSIMMEE RUNIn of the
Immediate advantage oppor- stock of Fordson parto and
tunity offered to invest a part of
Pat Johnston and G. P. Garrett order to accommodate the increased your regular earnings or income in employ Fordson mechanics # '
were entirely absent from their law travel in this state which savings stamps. If there are societies to help the farmers get the ; $ 'e 'v+ s
,a office on Saturday last-the football has already commenced to swamp in your mill, get your stamps results from the Ford- ,
best
contest at Tampa 'being the magnet the coaches alrady being carried on there If there are children in your a.
which forced them to drop all the regular runs, the Atlantic Coast family, be sure that they are inter- son. Let us demonstrate the
thoughts of law for the nonce. Both Line will commencing' on Monday, ested in gettingstamps at school:" Fordson on. your own farm.
these attorneys are,, graduates )from November 15, add two trains on the -
the state university .and'( .nothing present service. These will be num About 20,000,000 feet timber
would be more natara1than'for.them, bered 61, 'southbound, and 92. north- each year is used in the manufactureof
Jo root for their own aide in such bound, and the meeting place? between clothespins. .: I. p: TL/VJLMONS/
at contest as waa promiaed. And it Jacksonville and Tampa will :
v is also needless to add that both be Kissirrrmes.. Each train will 6W cures Malaria. Chills and Fee ";
e. were broken-hearted when they returned touch this city at 2:62 in" the'after- er, Bilious Fever. Colds and La rAuthorized Ford and Fordson DealerKISSIMMEE ,:
f to this city-which fact plainly noon; the southbound having left Grippe. It kills the parasite that
indicates who won the contest. Jacksonville at ten o'clock in the causes the fever. .' It {SB splendid
Pat Johnston says: "Well they sureJjeat morning and the northbound arriving laxative and general Tonic.-Adv. >\ FLORIDAI
ui-Just barely beat us; whilewe in that{ city at 7:35 in the even ; t
drew a cypher they secured only ,t ing. The equipment will consist of The uninflammable gas Jielium .
w fourteen; but well understand them parlor, dining, and observation cars, Vas found by examining the sola .- "" \}
; tetter ,in the! .next contest! j(I with. ordinary day coaches. J(spectrum by Janssen in 1868. .

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PERTAINING TO CHURCHES Mary spends a lot of money on CIGAR MAKER HAS I ST CLOUD
clothes, but she does not help* support
Presbyterian CfcarckIJev.r the church., > "
HOW DOCTORS .
:, '. Mary Is. very literary, but she *doss. GAINED '(Written fort! last week) a-
W. H. Dresch, ,.;, Pastor.. not read, the Bible. _,-> ]? POUNDS Comrade Gould and Lillian 'King
used to'attend church regularly married' noon'
Mary were at On Thursday,
TREAT COLDS 10:00 a. m.-"Sunday school
11:00 a. m.-Worship.. Subject but. now she goes to the clubor Inflneaia Drafted Hi. Dew. But October 28. They are living in their 1T '
it her to bea
lodge, and says helps newhome on Wiseoniln avenue and
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h "Idols of Today. better Christian. ,; Health Is Restored By Tatar Thirteenth IItreet.Mrs. .

AND THE FLU Topic 6:30: p."Wanning-Christian Our Friends Epdei-or.* to Mary used to be active in the Tanlac Hughes, who has been spend
"Union.., Since'sheIs\
Young Peoples' ing some time at Columbus' Ohio,
i Christ.
: Interested in Sunday theaters, the '"If returned here last. She
Brisk service. Sub- I had got hold of Tanlac soonerit Friday was
Treatment Is 7:30 Evening
in m.
Tint -
Step a p. Peoples' and church lack"pep" her sister Mrs.'Wil
Young accompanied .
"The Second Gamin of Christ." would have saved my health and by ,
Purgative With Calotabs, the ject: ? and I if she comes she does not. lots of money besides," said Solomon son.
Real ied Calomel 7:30 p. m.-wednesday: prayer for service. She us- and William Hall who
Purified and services. Topic: "The Word Incar stay preaching A. Barner, a cigar maker at Palmetto Mr. Mrs ,
nate." ually takes someone away with her Beach, Tampa, Florida. have been spending the summer at
leas. before the sermon. Mankato, Minnesota, returned to
"Why I have already gained aev-
hearsal.7:30 p.* m.:-Thursday: choir 1'9- Mary used to teach in the Sund.yschool enteen pounds, and'am feeling like a their home' in St. Cloud Saturday. Liniment i

Boctors tare found by but she has become interestedin new man;;although 1. have taken less night,
Q--y experience :I Christian,Church certain social functions, and' so than five bottles of Tanlac. Before I Mr. and Mr. F.',F. ,Forsaith/ who
that can no medicine bo) depended for upon colds for and fuU-Influenza ef. : ,-. has lost her of her Christian experience. Her Influence Vermont and other
Waterbury, ,
Pastor. bad shape. In September, 1918, I
fectiveness until the liver is made thoroughly Rev W. II. Coleman c&so ipln mfvifr ftf-
?n
: class has become
artiv. That is why the first for good in her was taken down with influenza andit points of interest, have returned to.
step in the treatment is the now, nausea' 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school.. weakened. She does not come left me all run down in health and St. Cloud for the winter. "AT 11.0. very first twinge, downcongestion.
lei calomel tal,lets called Calotabs, J 1:00 a. m.-Serfhon. now. Mary's name W still--on the with A nagging cough that botheredme Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Doughty, who ". tlyl."Lt.1e of,810&11'a: t
church book. Marv Is dear good have been the at
. a mightly. I didn't have spending summer
which are free from the sickening and 7:30 p. mSermon.Everybody any appetite rabbi..r
but she is a backslider.. Mary'apastor Morris, Michigan, arrived home
weakening efforts of the old style calo welcome tf girl hardly, and what little I. did on 5:;
meL Doctors also point out the fact still hopes to win her backto manage to eat did me very little Tuesday. They were accompanied by \ The boys use it for
that an active hr may RO a long; way Methodist .Church the church. good. I got weaker all the- time and i their friends. Dr. and -Dfre. Morris. .tiff muscles, and it helps Sally's)
(.wards preventing Influenza and is one Mary's friends in the church love sometimes when I was sitting aV my Captain Chase passed away 6nI backaches, too." 85c TOc, $L40.
of the most important fat-tors in enabling Rev. R. F. Hodnett, Pastor her and want her back in. her old bench trying to roll cigars I was so Tuesday I morning after a long iIII era

the patient to successfully. with. place. weak, and my fingers got to shaking |ness. Funeral services were held in .
.
14.Regular
Sunday, November loves her best of church af
Saviour Methodist
Thursday
stand an attack and ward off: pneu Mary's so, I just had to give up. Ithe
at the customary
monia. ; services all.HOW "I spent about all I made for medicine ,ternoon in charge of the pastor, Rev
hours. MUCH ARE YOU LIKE LandiH and Rev. Cook. The friends
One Calotab on the tongue at bedtime and it seems to me that, first
with a swallow of 'ater-that's. I THE TRUTH ABOUT MARY MARY-E. H. Shanks, in The and last, I took every kind there Is. I have our sincere symJS thy. WATCHTHE .
alL No salts, no nausea. nor the slightest Watchman-Examiner But Tanlae is the only thing I ever The New England Society will
iaterferenie with your rating, pleasure Mary is a charming girl.and everybody --' rot; hold of that did me any good 1 meet in the Upper G. A. R. Hall
,or work. Next morning your'cold knows ,it. 'Genejpallon I saw the statement of a brother next Thursday afternoon at two BIG 4StonriMchKidneyaffeartLJwf
ha vaaislicd, your liver is active, your Mary has talent and she knows it. .- ;.wn cigar 'maker telling how Tanlac had .i i o'clock, and a welcome ia extended
,V system is purified, and -y fine, with a hearty "'pretife for break but you would not know it. only temporary relief and shouldbe mine, go I got T> bottle and it seemed I| T. O. Holiday who has been
fast. DruKgiats. sell Calotnbs only in Mary says that she loves the used only for that purpose. When 'o fit my case exactly. Pretty soon spending the summer in the north, ;
original sealed packages, price thirty. church, but she does not know its you went permanent relief takeChamberlain's my appetite picked up and I got to returned here Saturday night. Keep the vital organs healthy by
five cents. Your money will be cheerfully Mary has time for social duties,. Tablets and be careful "pelin better and got so I could I Mrs G. A. Gunnison of Franklin-
refuaded if you do not find them none for the church. I to observe the directions with each sleep at night t could do my work yule, N. Y., arived Thursday evening regularly taking the world's standard
delightful.-(Adv.) Alary has fine voice for singing package.: These tablets not only without having/ that nervousness and to spend the winter with her remedy for kidney, liver.
She could use. it for the glory of move the bowels but improve the.appetite weakness that bothered me "o be'ore. mother, Mrs. William Empson. bladder and uric acid trouble.-
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Watch KisKimrnee. Grow. Christ and .strengthen the digestion: I am now .aa. well as I was Mrs. John Nelson, of Wisconsin
,. .. avenue and Tenth street arrived in
-- -. -- - -- before I first got nick I am telling COLD MEDAL
all my friends about what a wonderful St. Cloud from Kansas,"Tuesday, accompanied -
,_. .
J_ by friends.
medicine Tanlnc 1M and what it
6 has done for me." Mm. Edith Elliot, and friends will !
Smokeless and I Tanlac' is.. sold in KiMsimmee by J. I arrive in St Cloud on Thursday from Pk' :
Maine.Eiselatein .
Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store Wydham,
Black Powder and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud Brothers went to Or- Th National Remedy of Holland tot a'.'
I Pharmacy 1 lando Friday in their mw ambulanceto .ntuifos.and endorsed by QUMH WilluU tr
Waterproof the Orange Hospital and brought- mina. At all druggists, three eta..
I back Rev. G. V. Bixley, pastor of -k d.i doe w. CaW ...... _--. h.- .
SPARKS BIG CIRCUS the Baptist church, who was a patient o.dasset M .......
.. WILL PLAY ORLANDO I there for three weeks. Mr. #
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Bixley stood the trip well. He l is
under the care of Ir M. B. Cush-
\ world-famous shows to man. at his home on Wisconsin avenue One Thing A
t \ ) Spark are "Only
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exhibit at Orlando on Monday, November I
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22. aid from tire newspaper Breaks My Coif9L'Thafs
66 rte; 'I reports the exhibition will be worth )I Biliousness Loss of Appetite and ,
going many miles to nee. I Haadachefl.t due to Torpid Liver.-adv Dr. Kinft't New Discovery -
S Of the, many features carried by 1 --- -------- >
i : ___ the show this season aorne of the an- i At Church. Next SundayIf I for Fifty Year ,
_
.. imal nets are without doubt the most a ColdBreaker"TIMETRIED

wonderful and! thrilling ever presented I knew,\: you and you knew me, for fifty years and ,
tis1S to an American audience. There I How littld trouble there would be, popular than today.
will be two herds of ponderous elephants We pass each other on the street Nothing but the relief it gives from
headed by earth's mightiest But just tome out and let us meet, stubborn old colds, and on-rumhing
monster Big Zola, the skyscraper i| At church next Sunday new ones grippe and throat-tortunnj
elephant; shimmy and tango dancing (I. coughs could have made Dr. Kinj' 1
horses, including; Caesar, champion Each one intends l t8 do what's New Discovery the standard remedy it
high jumping horse of the world; I And treat his neighbor on the falr\J is today. No harmful drugs i
I and three groups of marblgsque I' But he may net quite \| Always reliable and good for the
.. statue horses and dogs in a series of Why you don'txtake him by the hand whole family. Has a convincing, heal #
1 classic! poses and groupings. I At church next Sunday. lag taste with all its good medicinal
The menagerie is.. complete in ev. I qualities. At all druggists, 00 oats
v I I civ detail and contains rare and ,Thin world is sure a busy place fl 1.20 a bottle. '
costly specimens. A parade of nearly And we must hustle in ths..race.
: : two miles in length and .f wondereus I I'er'social hours some are not. free ;,
1'i 1( splendor] will leave the ground at I The six week days, but all should MAt &
18-S a. m.. with four bands ef music church next Sunday.We Darn

and two calli.pes.Rusty I ea.
have an iuterest in our town.
t nail wounds, festering sores, :
The dear old place must not go do-wDj; NeW'Dis covery
burns and scalds heal ,rapidly when r
We
want
to push good things along.
Liquid Berozone is applied. It IsI I
And we can help some if we're strongAt
both antiseptic and .h@aling. Price church next Results of CoBstipatioB
Sunday. The
,Money-Back Shot-Shells 'ft'r,' SOc 60. and $1.26. II Sold by Rober- i i<
** are sick headaches'biliousness, sauow
son's
Pharmacy. bon't knock and kick and slant sad
aida, wake matter in the intestinal
,slap . Correct this health-under
You can, get your money back for The Black Shells if, for any reason FLORIDA SAWMILLS CUT At everything upon the map, ', mining system." condition by taking Dr- King
WAGES OF ALL LABORERSThe But push and pull and boost and Fills.. Feel good every day. Keep
at all, you don't like them. Just bring back the unused'part of the box, boom. the system clean and virile. Sums Sold

and we will refund to you, without question, the price of the whole box. Florida Sawmill Association,' And use up all the standing<< room price, 2$ ceata. All druggists.
at its recent gathering at Tampa At church next Sunday.

Y The Black Shells have reached so hh:,: a state of perfection in waterproofing thoroughly threshed out the matterof Anonymous I"W

in apeedl, t.power: and in uniformity-that we can make this ed continuing that to keep in running business,it and would decid-be i If your child eats ravenously at IJI! Q1! FW
.' necessary. to reduce the wages of all' times and.' at other times has no appetite -
unlioutcd guarantee. 1 I workmen. Common labor will re-I at all, look out for worms ,
White's 'Cream Vermifuge is the .
Hive $2.60 per day. and other help !
I in proportion A large number of remedy to use. It clears them out '
O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW
Price, 36c. Sold by RQ rson's Pharmacy LEWIS
sawmills throughout the south have .
\BLACK SHELLS already closed down and there III i ** : ;

little probability of their opening at The world production of graphite. Warner Building.
any early date-the low pnce,which has. been about 120,000 tons r a
Smokeless and Block Powder lumber Is bringing and the high
wages demanded by the men being

Try The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can ,get your pet load .for dawn.given as the reasons of the shut-

every kind cf; shooting, in smokeless or black powders. THEY 8AIO I HB T. B. AHB ,
666 has more imitations than any THREE MONTHS" /
UVE
NOT
UNITED: STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New York, Manufacturer. ICaw. other Chill and Fever Tonic on the WOULD

.... .a i Out a eoff sf DIll U, .:>. G...... lAw B.ak--PRSa IOSCEOLA I market, but no one wants imitations in the Mr. Harold W. Schmidt, Box B8,' THLUU .
.., .;( They medicine are line dangerous. Adv. things Breese, Clinton Co.. III.,, believes f
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HARDWARE CO. Kiuimmee Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO. Kisaiee Fla. he has reason to praise VI'. Hart-
ry" man's Remedy Catarrh oonI . a
'. S. F. Travis C.. Cocoa, Fla. J. S. StoD' Melbourne, Fla W. C. T. U. Meeting ditions. BART

: W. A. BroWlt Cocoa, Fla. H. M. Sallie Sebastian, Fla. The regular monthly meeting of 1.we CMrn .I1. BvmUw far CI..Ilk.': SINCE
the Woman's Christian TemperanceUni4n ;I :awta"L illbl pG..M.r.e ooi.M wok ''' Ism
A. E. Mathen & C. Eau Gallie Fl. Gur Thomas Sharps Fla. .
: will be hold this. (Friday) j .to r.Vra..r 7 07. IBHn M.rob,1111. 1 eo.
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ii eit u d took to PE.H.D"
C.... E. Scads Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W McCullerl Vero, "F.a.. afternoon at three-thirty o'clock, at UBcu_,_ They.T r .141 1 wltb.pItt1.e.....r. a. ..4 w_i4 nor .

Gifford Tradiag C. Gifford, Fla. L D. Cox, Vero, Fla. the Hart Memorial. A full attendance ....at tars 1'..MO....W...d. AfMTtaktac*hoe of MBBHI a .oa* >T K>bUU.mUwmiliBrfMB bat-. t'y
is requested. Y Sod 1.NY.rBMMMvat blot tawor* MrtfoabU
Molise River Nan) Sterrell Malabar, Fla. W. M. Stewart Vera, Fla.Terry' MRS. MVA. CLARK, s, k. U>WB r.*4o ra*,BKtoBdlBl la CbroBle Sown OBIWTB IBIO oc O Uw.bnHMBUI sow BB*tBkw.tkroBtvktohI I
President "_..-.. ..._7 lit.BTW." ,
Cash &: Carry Store Melboiinae, Fla. A. J. Byrd :r: Vero, Fla. 3
MRS. JOHN McPHATTER. A HALF CENTURY. IN USE
Secretary TABLETS OR UQutD OLD EVERYWBOtgQUICK.

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p LEFT FROM [A T ISSUE taming. money token by; passing false ,pretense worthless and I Hegs Pay Big MoneY' '.(

Check t'Nolle pressed. * '
State vs. E. 0.. Mini. Obtaining MIlL P.te wt'-t Hawk Foist
i Roominghouse Proposition? COUNTY OFFICIALS DINE money; by false pretense; State vs. Mo.., made a .lot ,of money out of his H
i : WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN Padgett.. Larceny of hog; State hogs. lie says: "I. fed them Dr. WOOO,
vs.-. Manln M. McLain. Assault with I Letaar's Hog Prescription.. It bas
In order to .be able'to pass opinion intent.fro commit murder ia 'first. de given wonderful results in putting
y regarding the.fl rvlce .being given| at worthless; checks. Sloan. next gains to them with, less feed. They
Florida'
Nothing Better' in Central the luncheon room for the schoolchildren 'Continued to were on heavy feed for oat\ a
't some Of the county''officials terrn. month; averaed a gain Of IVt
LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE on Monday accepted the Invitation State vs. .Joe' Tracy Forcing< and pounds. daily, and were only. 7
t extended by those conducting the uttering a forged not. Bog4, es- month.. 10, days old when sold. .
; Furnished luncheon and partook of the name treated. Mr. Wing profited by the advice! of ..
House
,
; I fam offering? for immediate tale 'A 16-Roonn' now food provided for all patrons of the :J :t :t :t Dr. LeGear Graduate Veterinarianand : :t :t :t

running a* a Firit-Clat 'Roomillg'House, at a most attractive price. place. The in visitors a most found admirable everythingconducted man Woman Thinks She Is years'Expert standing Poultry Breeder of 28 Oak, Pin a.d Lightwood, for

Two bathrooms all modern. ner, the food excellent and plenty', Dr. LeOar'a Hog Prescription will
Located close business section, :
' I in. near : j and! the entire place a model after Privileged to Talk put weight on your hogs also, because tore. er fireplace.:
which-many a similar luncheon could it expells worms, purifies theblood r
Delivered anywhere in tbe city"
and donditions them HO that
yell pattern. The visit was most -
4 : Splendid Opportunity t For the Right Man enjoyable, and the proof was furnished "If anyone ever had a miserable I they gain flesh on lens feed. :tttt: : :
that the project wag cateringwell. stomach I surely .had. It was growing It makes no difference what ail-
Nearly two hundred .children worse, toe, all the tim!. Had ,ment is prevalent among your' stock
were served, or, rather served themselves severe pains and attacks every ten or poultry, it is money in yonr pocket
See or write;I to as they passed by the supply days or two weeks and had to calla to get the proper 1)r.l Le Gear Emmett RoliffPhone
r table. doctor, who could only relieve .me Remedy from your dealer, on a satisfaction -
Amclhg: the visitors were Al F. for a short time. Two years ago or money back offer.
I: J. McPHATTER Basil, J. ,Hi. 'Bajsden, and E. L. i II. last February I took a treatment of 143J. t
Overstreet, county commissioners, ; Mayr'se Wonderful Remedy aad PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIINCREASING \
J.N i No. llT'/g Broadway gassiness, Florida I.I.f" W. C. Bass, Walter Lanier W. R. have not had a. spell of pain or mis- IN ((RICE J JL5
Godwin, member" of the county I ery since. ]My frieada, jest weaker -- -- - -- -- -
11 f" : .t school 'board; J. I.. Overstrett, clerkof that I am looking so well. I feel I While prices are dropping in mrchanjiso W. THOMPSON
\ ..... .. .'. ,, t the circuit court; and representatives am privileged to talk about It." It is
If L, :-I II %4 +&4*+&i4tt&44**&>&'&&>*Ji -:->+ :+-><-: :-: :-:-: >> of the county press. a simple, harmless preparation that paper and they no relief continue is in to sight.advance: },dllt i im
removes tbe MUCUS from the intestinal Funeral Director.AND
':; ; -- - --- tat: : :1 paper hag advanced hale a pound: .-
tract and allays the inflammation
SCIENTIST OF REPUTE (
book
2c and 4c
f l paper ; railway ina-
\ BRIEFLY VISITS KISSIMMEE which causes practically all stomach, nilla, 2.l>c; Florida Special cnvuloprn.85c .
liver
j aid i Uteetiaa! ailments, hulud- ,
n thouharid l; and so on down the
l I C-ere's Professor S. P. Verner, a nnli"t'l-' : Ime.-Dade City Banner LICENSED: EMBALMER
,
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of North Carolina but now of "nil
l; I the ,,world" was a visitor in this city. / ergon, and.--.0.-druggists<<, everywhere. Ancient Romans used! gold dust to Store and Chapel Stewart Ave.
fJ; Pickiif O. Gazette Man
sister, Mrs.' Lewis O'Bryan.1: r - --
J\n Every-day Food Verner i is a noted tJ'nv'ler-hnvinl +.44e.4..G.' ..;
Some of the newspapers in the '
nany years ago gone to Africa sea state lire conducting a bit of a weldwar M. TILLER
"I'rv' I missionary. Later ha was by the St. Louis exposition to '' 'state's best' pres bamorifet, t* a '! II'II'KISSIMMEE"S
: which besides being unusually bringfrom Africa a bund of pigmies :, "..roll.ie or Bu>ture llta. liar." Well l Real Estate Agency. I { l
l efoie but
-a feat never attempted we wouldn't wnnt to call Old Man .....ttfff..f.ft..f.f..fRealty
": delicious combines health and hut which ought was: carried considerable out in a renown.manner, Thors Times.asy kiie1 eS* a em-We.-St.don't Petersburg care- Bought and sold. t

C During I the past decade ho has 1 been what we cull him as long as he i is ahundred Houses! rented. t
strength-building qualities. for seven, years editor of a publ"ti..n ..- mils. off If he comes up OSTEOPATHSTATE j Taxes pal'S and Titles verified -
1 t \ ia the Panama Canal Zone, IIn.ihas thisMerway. we shall eall him te din for non-residents.
been jn a number of confidential I ner.-Oeala :bar.RubMyTiem .
positions' as regarding<< : the United I Fire. Life and Accident In-
Grap.eNuts States government. Mr Verner ill 1 r is a p-eatpa&nkAUtt.: BANK BUILDING surance. f
r: well-posted upon a thousand Ruh- i i It relieves pain and ..rNiIl) c4tff'! Phone N. 162 I Bond
wts.. and i is a fine conversationalist, by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, I Indemnity) -4 f
j and has! lectured over a considerable I etc --adv. i .... .. ....oo..eo..e.... '
*" nortion of this country and in foreign - -. I
t,, .J.. !1' attractive wheat and melthis cities. I -y- j'

; ed,barley food needs no sweetening More t:New ttt: Resident: '

it contains its own sugar 't
Mr. and Mrs. B. O'Brannon. and
developed from the grains in mak-- children, of Greenville Mississippi, 'I Stability begets confidence. .
arrived in this city on Wednesday,
\ find will make their home on their
ing. wlv-purchased property! secu'.,d
l from Mayor J. S. ('adel!. This lies! nn''
The of the Florida
t' Easy to digest-No waste the will St make Cloud this highway: their The permanent family stability

home. and promise to become most.
3 f Moderate in valuable additions to Kinsimmee. Mr.'
price
and Mrs. O'Bannon have been read- Citrus Exchange is reflected
era of The Kissimmee Valley Gazette
k'' : A Food You're Sure To Like for some time and through it were

t'i' Made} by brought M.r.here Kiuimm..LPshbcityThe to: investiRate.: : in the high and conservativecharacter


1 Fostum Cereal Co.IncBsttle CreekMich. Publishers' Auxiliary, issued I
by the Western Newspaper Union
of the
and mailed from thirty-seven .ffice membership
I of that company to every printshoii I
in All'erica-811 wefl as overseas
gay. in its last issue a bit at publl-
,f city to Kissimmea in the following M tr"" P"\beIdaa.-. a.iiap........
4 otUOO O 060000 u'Oo' 'o.to-O UOO 0 uo 0 OHOUU article: e6 jM tai-epee. II. Isklell.. feel(.
The Kissimmee V.111eyGazette., a.membership Atem. fe laMaado4--I-
published at Kissimmee. Florida .a- ' .. lAG'ft
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"; W L, Tkorndyke, old .
Osceola, County ounces, that &w'--.. .. ..
; .I Colorado journalist who has been .''t.asTat t ., ? ya' -
i"" making his home in Florida for a e? i ;
number of years, and. whose "Last ,I ,
i Tax Notice Night's -ThoBjfhts" nave brightened . .. ..
-- --- -- - -- -- -'- -- -
the pages of the Palm Beach Post '
'.. for years has become a member of "1
The Gazette staff. "The Gazette,"
' Rays an unindt-ntified contemporary
., .\ "it to be congratulated, for the addition It's cinch
! '" of Thorn to its staff is sure a
i : Notice is hereby given that the to bring it prestige not enjoyed by : ,
any other weekly in the state." I .
c/i tax books of. Osceola County will be' :t :t :t t :

I , Thank Are Extended to figure why

<3t '. open for collection of State and County We first missed Joe' Earman's -
muchly] capitalized editorials from I

i g! > taxes for the year 1920, on November the'horndyke's Palm Beach Night: Thoughts Post, and are now also Camels sell !

relegated to memory, for, after ,
I I--. '.. first. I am now ready to furnish tell years with this paper, he has accepted -
a place on The Kianirnmee

; ,\ estimates of these taxes. Inwriting Valley Gazette Gazette.on securing We congratulateThe Mr. Thora-

: 1 j' dyke. who has an ,original style! thatIs
widely read and enjoyed.-Sarasotn -
for furnish
-
f" same please complete Times. ,,\( :ttItLocated : ;f: :
.; : : legal description your prop- la Kuiimmee \

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r Mr. and Mrs. n. M. Boyte, formerly -
r, erts and. enclose stamped. envelope of Mississippi! who have been
I: / looking over the state with a view
for reply. A discount of 2 cent to permanently locating have pur-
, ; per I hasea" the Bass property, at 40(5(
Main street, and to
propose remains :
lil-tl will be allowed on all taxes paid citizens of Kissimmee. The newcomers -
I.; are highly delighted with
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k. ,: during the month of November. ; c-f his the city advantages and will found endeavor here to to their tell

''riends! -with a view to bringing .,
C. L. BANDY I I"J. them to this locality. The Gazettewas -
''i t : 4Tet a factor in bringing them here
t : :t :t :t Y.. sliould know why Camelsare

; ,," ,,I Collector. ; CIRCUIT COURT CLOSED so unusual, so refreshing, so

X FOLLOWING SHORT TERMNo satisfying. First, quality second,

1"f"Mji? t,,I .. OO> tO +}aP(o
.ed with the presentment of the I l4. and choice Domestic tobaccos which

) :, rr'E.. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY line grand: of jury-it such reports.being! along Nor: the were usual the u t you'll certainly prefer to either kind' Rtor

'} JA ONVILL.K. FLORIDA essions! of the circuit court greatly Iw smoked straight I
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: COMPLETE: FKRTILIZBRB prolonged.: The disposition of thedocket 'iI"'J'
FERTILIZER MATERIALS
was as follows:
Camels blend makes that
: SPHATKRS The American Agricultural Chembal possible
&y'i; 'r/ INSECTICIDES Company vs. }1'. C. ButtorffDamages wonderful mellow mildness-yet all thee

;:, .tWt*.few!.<..*I* U. Llctc. N4 k. 1 Annie Turner vs. W. H. Wier. never tire your taste I | '
Ld Replevin. Continued to next tvrm
I'l TIME FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY Seffner W. W. Powell's mill is said State vs. William Peterson and You'll appreciate Camels freedom ,:
TO TAKE UP RICE CULTURE to be kept busy handling the largest Loren E. Nourse. Breaking and en :
t crop of rice ever raised in that sec- tering. Peterson's bond was es- from any unpleasant cigaretty after-
tion. There are thousands of acres treated, and Nourse, pleading guilty, taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor i
r The Kissimmee Valley Gazettewonders of the best rice land and the rice is was committed to the. state indus
((4 if there will be found in that. declared to be! one of the.easiest trial school.
vicinity a sufficient number of farmers ; crops to grow. It is certain that State vs. Will Thomas. Desertionof For your own satisfaction compare
s' t ready to take up the cultivation rioe, as food product, can always be'' wife and child. Continued. to next Camels puff by puff with any ciga-
0 < I of rice in quantities to justify the sold, During the war period rice term. .- I
ibDOAa3 tc.t.
' f9tt9 in the world at price I
, l purchase of a community thresher. reached avery high price, but it is State vs. Rhymes. Larceny of any
. 1: The newspaper tell. of the success always in good demand and 'should animal. Plea of guilty entered. Sentence .u..Y.s, wa .Is..i..eU..tl'.bl p.k..s.I2O.1/.. ,
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: r that has attended experimentalplanting suspended -l w arp.sk y. (200.n8a t-) /4.N.--.4 '
pay well for its culti.UoR.--Jack- e..lon. IY. ..>...feM fW e.RS art. 'M -_ '.
of the in Seffner, n a v
,I' grain' State vs. 'H. A. Bishop. Three i f srb...._a.. a"sesn./
9't ""Il t little.community! .Jlear. Plant City. In sonville Tim--Union. cases; passingworthless cheeks;, ob- It J.REYNOLDS.TOBACCO CO. W1Mt e 3alesr, No c.; ?,
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New Elixir, Called Aspiron- .
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' Scientific\ Remedies, Used Meats. '

and Endorsed by Earo- .

pean and American Army

Surgeons Cut Short a

Cold and Prevent Compli.

cations. WhiteLabel Coffee

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t Every Druggist U. S. Instructed l

jn > I ___________________ _ _ _ ________ _., A. Trial Will Convince Yoif of It. Merit
t to Refund Price 1

While You Wait at Counter 5f

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Within Two Minutes. TO THE END OF THE EARTH of the Naval Academy was taken although the young! ollutr nut inad f Phone 176 302 Broadway

fiom an airplane and shows the t)' reo ,ummei cruises when he graduates l .J ''I

Delightful Taste, Immediate FROM ANNAPOLIS beautiful buildings, the athletic; field, IIIH tiavcU have o'Hy COIO ,

Relief Quick Warm-Up. the gymnasium .(on the extreme inenccd, ; for after" p
Office of Publicity & Morale, 24 left) the ClMpel (on the extreme (he KC vice he goua over the entire .. .. . . .

Tin' 8"n II'on; -o*- tlio- 'l'j': in the East 42nd Street, New York City right) and the -livinlC cjuaiU-rs in the world. .
center of the picture. The quarters.liancroft Each
enlisted]
drug tiail i. A l'irn1lf'1. tlio t ominuttr joir one hundrod ]
Hall, are large enough to niqii; un given the chance of entorinf! F
co.J ami rcliovcr
111-:10 The Naval
) ( au- Academy at Annapolis,
I accommodate over two thousand I the \ii\c'! Academy. The lushes, '
thorilatnclv I !. Illla..IIII,1: t l l hy the 1ihoratorus -
tcsii-l. np'io\0l| (\ fin,,1 mint, I Maryland, From Which the Young "middies" without crowding The honor p\ci attained by a niidshipixia' I WANTED

entuiiHinstii, ,,' en'I lui' "<'d\ I bv tl><' ]Inch Naval Officer Begins Hi. Tra 'eit loom, containing two men each are )graduating from tIe Acadenn wail II .
: "tommodious and light ,and all have l hl'l eMt aiillioul; i. HIM,! ]pn"lillO,1' 1 bv upon PIRK Some One With A Vision Who .
HhoxxeruWhile, nn t'x-<'nliHleti of the The
man
the common jitnplo( I is 1"11 Inini" ni Last week over two thousand navy. Believe in Kiitimmee and Who
? quit\ iiiul i c.lii'tw';\ an "Ii"k.ro'k, young l-liliioiled\ ,( American\ ; boys the course at Annapolis iM men iMtirinjj the inst itution from .

and I i\"<'. or mi', olh t coll l I an 1 f":1', : ionimcneed then studies at Annapolis a strenuOUs one, it nevertheless fits lank of the navy bung to the otheistudent Has A Little Money to lanai I "a. ,

. rl'Ulc.l> t o\' liu t I. I t. 1 I. Pi'actually every county in our young naval of fieri'v to take an atmosphere of "hm life; '

, All drug K v.. nil1' "'h\' H.liP4t : every state in the Union i is reprenctcil -. their place among the best educated together: with certain amount ot 3RINGSHOWS I ISI.ISS: : square feet most of it In

with the nor.Ki I i.l ix xv fl" \ir. Mil111 I l at the* Academy thin year, and men of the vxoud. And it max be romance / nd a (greater knowledge of truck garden; two artesian wells; '

von ha\ v o d .' ti. 1 get t rll 1 of Itt cob] l I over one hundred IIICB hn\',' !been selocted said that his education is yet in its what the SCTMIC< offers to the. AmCM eight\ houses of three rooms each. }

18 to itr-p int ,i I iii. in rev ir.g: ; K'nio, front, the rankse to train lot infancy when he finally g udnates 'lean( \ ott h.od"1': The land fronts 415 feet on Lake '

hand liu. ilcii InH :i ilnll: for" bnt-ln officem/ in this great institution. from this famous school\ Travel i.. ; street 300 feet on Union street

Of "Anilt' >IIIll: I "1.1, II Illlll <1u< 8 "r I' \ (, 1 The above picture of<< the grounds, education', this cannot be two ivi-mi"ils' iMili 'our : _ :. .: _.:. --. three block. from the cen- \
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& fuls of( wit: ''r in a i (,':i. *. \\illi, xoiiiwatih ter of Kissirnmee. Also K! Iota :i
CMtHM.t': I'l.ANTIo: IhiiilMim1.ulibaK 1iaI: hill, ,..i I 'I 1'nu ,.xhip, 21. Soulhlottntthlp .
III \0111' Ijaffil.,1 t ike" tlio drink I .. |lnnlH "h.Io..I I I <." li \\ It I.-- I I.an).. :II I I :.IHI. 'I A NATIONAL in, North KtsKimmeei: and one corner -I
I at cm "" 1111"1"1,1) i all 1''', xoir, niniiev ('I.Id. at ..' .o pir thoiixand, ,X. I I.p I. UliHlI1 hill" of 2h 1 StiithIIH lot at Lake street and Central I ,t
hack ill two mmiitCH; if x'MI piinnnt" IT COSTS : KlilK" HlBHimiiit.. I'ln *..:tf I: IIIK, :II I iu.iI..lI INSTITUTION avenue All for $3500. Termsto .
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I - I I.:'a. *I ..r ] "\\ hip, 27 South, 1
(c(01011' ulil fziliu.1, nxi'10' liki, n Ircniil "t : suit. ,
: l't -All--. < .count of tin di alii ItltliKITIKI J4 1\oOH':: '
VMllun tli... ti", ,' '!'inn. non'l t hi IJ".h. lOr MI,' \. I: \ .t'.i'Ic.t4. hula Ch.ilm.iHon , half ..I l.uiixlnp' iSo (.. iiale. Cai I In InUUIxl I: ''to. M I I'OH';: liulu.lt, I ullhln : 1
fill, for all iliiiK..: :!i.' iui\ it. von nndoxpoct ToO MUCH "I- I IB ulTitnl l th ey on this investment.
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IIIIKlllllin it ,"uI Will 1 III, Bill.I Ut I'p" i it :si loht" I lunltu'ujs- I lifKlll.t'' COMING TO "
you to try It. Kxorxhoilx: . H ,do I I.,a lira I In i4.- MIHoorlie.a I III'IW"1nl" | i t Illlt: I lit l ","uiittiun I. I 1tt'N I ll.M.. .it., ., ,. '
Hit? il. \ Htictl, nlli'r \\iilinHilix iI, al'I""I,1| | ) ,I... ItMi. t.HH I., M""HIM nlltl, ttllll, J. M. WILLSONDon't 1
\\"In tIer il a""H I... ." i I" "|.t i f. a nil I IM.IM shut-
n x our r 01,1 01" cough in rlioxod ___ ._. 41,1tr:.I ORLAN'DOMon. \
-- :ill.' 'int. Ih., M.I, ill' :iliiui.: illMiut, :mill
t IIIKI-: 'In n 1II:1.nI. of I lie butllt' TOBESICK : 10IC' MAlEl'.i,1 I: M. :SHildle lliilHi4I .. "I""I| |"i Is. Ii h. Hhh ".1"1 ..r. .i lit, 1.tn.1
homo t" i nir, xxifi-" :.n.h, 1",,\Ii..<; ror I and rnarvH f&n up. -H..e \% Jo:. I'm ntt.Miui ''t I.. '.. tiK.n f.., iluhlH "f
AHpnnnil, ,.. lou' fin i tlio, el: feat nnil i mostfffc I I Intl. f<.,..<.in, in. :N.'a; Kill, I I'I.I mill, I Ion,. \ h.t.f .iUlliii. l.i, .iiiH auI I tth.t M.iikM,
I,I in':ir Na'oose-) 1'1/\ or .A. I I. HII I.I ..liftlil., , Mltlihi, t.i without. til. :
"'i, u. the .nIu.'at! t" Ink' and the I ,,,,,, ,,' .
ThoninH KlHHlintmt" Pla 42 If li It. H'I oI'HI,1.1 i t rt't .1 1 th.it I I ton Nov. j
moat :i.:ninlili" .. < nfind\ \ much:: remedy I| Keep Your Blood in Good Condition $port InN. till. <..inI .', 'Ih HIM tlnv, ..F Neglect
for infant' arid ilnltlreii -(.Vdv.) I 1 and You Throw Off Disease Kilt S.\I.E-! ,;;,,.'--e: < ,",<))--h.11; ,, .I, ;;.;:!1 u-u"It.. I I'u2l" ,"rIu.u, ul, I u 'uu'h 1 ,' ,
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PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR tv |uauf 1 t ht.i. f 'uu
1-jt-; : SJlo"M'd: ; . . YOUR TIRES!
I: Millet In "i I. I h. 11"H'1.tu..t', I In, II l I" .'t>,i.
i HEALTH. null ul J :M Mill,'r. 1'!*.Ifr.rdl I i.,.,.. ii;n
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To < ,\ ; '; ll.\>flH HIM* 'him,.1..1 l lthiiiHitiiil .".'",lfO-. \..\ ml I.. ,. . .. .
No Need Take
Chances With It-
F I ER I < il-iam| 1,1.1 I liiilix: i !<..all .1 I I." 'ltT"III..1.I I I :22 .
CURSON 1 Pepto-Mangan Makes Rich, ti>" M Vitis II, 1u1. at t.! Out> |l'u'i I IliouPiiiil Ii.u i I 1. "f i II'., I'-* nil.. < "UII.I l't'!"'\ it d BLOWOUTS. RIM-CUTS. 11
.V I. "I"I .a. KiHHiTiiiiii, I" la i *om,vu,1' I FI"'hlo I. : 4)0-21) PUNCTURES
i Red Blood H..tr ;

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When first: : feel I tired' all- 1CMI :&;.\1.1'; -I 14 .Mitt tiut' I. ( IfiilGittint 1('.., \\ h...,", MM.. Ili. '...,."' i'" 'hl1. I" SNAGS AND BLISTERS {i\\
I' yOU a . .. . . ., .
.I SELLS I I lal; k.- fiiint n..." Iv I iHslrnnii, 'itl I .1. .1 I
gone feeling and look pale "our < oT l,,','III"N'' llUlllllllK tllllH ItIII I ..icinl.l" .V I II I 1211.! I hall applto I II REPAIRED AT SMALL COST
Mood! is losing:: irr quality Weak !. :M.It Thl"1 | I Is II ,lot., .K llll, .1 I 1Mittli -: I 11./\, hit O' < \1..1t'\\'H., .1 ludic.,
;mprovenshed! blond has to'J' ... I Ks Ml' I >oia. 1' l.i a.lr I'h. Ih. t 'i IIM I''u 11, ", thu. :S.l, 'Mile
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Fire Life Accident and 1 po power -- - .. -- _. I I' <-nth linliilnl, ( .1. ...... .... ii,.' 51.1.. ...fI I Long t
tttrht! TliseUs It takes'red blood to LOST I "I"'a', ,.,..I .tiuu-ul,. t'flultY. it. hl1" "' DOUBLE YOUR MILEAGEBY
keep you well. t" mlnoi' ,' ,hli.l' n, une MitrHI \ I .,."tH'
Health Plate Glass. Liability If Keepour hlood in good - -- - - -I \ ti4n H. .. h.. IH M.d t'biV I 0 It. \ .- H nl.1 n lift' Street Parade HAVING YOUR REPAIRS
you 1.1'I I ( Mi "li i |11.I ill llll\: \ 111.,1 I |l"a'l ..
condition it will fight off disease. You |lull, xxlth, fliuniiiHl, In iinioi' K'xxaiil inunt \ aI..u.luni mil made mof \

and Boiler Insurance. will\ not be such an easy prey to long I ii iiiutntd 11. Mi" r < '. I iittnirr4f It '.1 In u This rill 1 thi tip,!i'Mh I .1" .....' ,,,1'--r l "2" CARED FO$ AT ONCE ItI
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and expensive sicknesses. With thin I ----- --- ..-..- -- 4'-4t HJ II \1.1 I. 10:30 A. M.
Bonds Executed blood take chances tlllY.Therl"s 1- -
Legal you every MISCELLANEOUS. Mil :
III: lit < l l-'ll I4IIIHIn I rl
Carry A Choice of New Tires
no need doing that. You : ;
can take Pepto-Mangan and build UK.Mil UI MAITKIISI: P:\CTOIIYMattrtasta I 4'....r' of ibp.1'o..4p JntKr Oi.cewla 'vlI :
up '
and
Same Day Needed. mattd nin.UIllct- 4'onntr. .Ktnle ..f ..Ior...... Tubes .
rich, red bloQd. With red blood you new one-tfclrd the coat. vf R now North 45degrees Bait Sixty (60) f et
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are able to win in the fight\ against one, 16 Uryant atrt-t-t -.Orlando. ; In' re Estate. 0' 'Mi-runt O-di*i along .. the Huuth.- .lcrly 47 degrees line of said Kant alley.thence one. [Lester Alford ( ;'

prevailing diseases Try 1'epto-Man- Florida. : .TltuCI.KHKS To nil (Creditor, I.....
OFFICE: State Bak Building gan. It comes in tablet or liquid : .m..n.- 1- worm-n" ) .-over 5. IT torl'o.tal. <.*.r....IVnmnda anil all aa-aln-it li rsona, aild haIMV I Petite Claims' morn or I..e.. and thence South 43
.1 Take either kind. tablet Mall Service. SUfi grera West Sixty (6(1) teet'f) I hi I. Worts .
form. The | month.1xpei'IeliCa
i You and "n<-h of you. nra h..*ril>vnoflfled place of. lipirlnnlnir, being In Block. .:1
For frraparticulars "
has the game medicinal value an the unnorevBiir a 'd required to oretentany Four (4) of the South Florida Kail- .

liquid. But be sure you get the genuine Terry (former of ex'vniliiation I'ixll. Si'i"x l le wrltoK ICxanilnii i clal-ro! of and.>'ou d.-m.ids uin\ htavalnpt which ,i-mi. ort1th.r road (i'ompan\ :Survey of the Town I 107 Broadway. Kissimmee

Pepto-Mangan. Ask for'"Guoe's"and .) 1342 (.'..II.II n..nlal KlilitoWnnhltiKton .. ,I Cvtut. "r tn'-.l o.r.j,.. .1cc. sad I"the,.' of KlHHlmmpc Ida I t'lty Oscpola County.l.lut .

W B. CRAWFORD I be sure that the name, "Glide'sPeptoMangan J) ('. 47-2IX of l laceola Conntv, FIn i.la. to ih' undtra1antd This lot day of Novombt A U ;II'
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the i :o
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW is on package. .
!-IF'OSII HAND 1UOI1S boUKht snlilrepaired wlfh'ii two \iatf f"..., ..1,1h.r..of I'l.I-lxiElt
MIKTOV
Of flees. 8 4 5 6 and 7 Osceola ( Adv.) _ Rlld . The Casino 44-tr Dattd August !'t V ') tinltir AH Special Mauler I.. <**hnnc"ryAKIRMAV '
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M \ : ( OPIS KltIBRR. & TFFI8ollrltorn >. 't)
Bank Building. Another Word of Praise WANTED. U-lOt nxefiittlx: for Complainant. 47-6t .
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KI88IMMKK. FLORIDA W. L. Thorndyke, formerly with \\ANTBI>-'Affcnt! In KlHiniinee. to N' T"F la hereltx' (.h'.n that undt-r KOIKE OV 8AI.K -
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and l virtue .f
>v a final I decree etitered -
til the Original Watkins H..mi-.llen i i
the Palm Beach Post, tHs now con- by the Juilvo of the (*lrcultCourt .
sui!" *'.. extract. etc 1I..eltl"! Notice la hfret' given that undet
Pat Johnston Q P. GARRET nected with The Kiisimmee Valley and repeatira. AII..r spare time of t in. 17th Judicial Clnult ofFlorida anti b\ virtue of a final. ,It.crse laauItiir .
u JOHNSTON & GARRETIATTORNEYSATYAW Gazette. "Thorn" is the most widely Writ \\K4klnv. 5b. Mu-mphla. Tennessee In and for I tscla. ('.. out of the Circuit Court of thrI7tli -
4H-21 In I Chanctrv on No\eml 4 1!i2"nlv'l, I Judicial. Circuit of the State of
quoted newspaper man in the state I that ciitaln I 'la Use. when fit, Florida I Iri and for Oarcola County
and The Valley Gazette is fortunatein WANTEU-To buy one or two llratIHB ,'.hIt ,la coniplainant. and Adn MaMaX . In, t'hamn'-ry dated. October IS. 1DSOIn t
Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band securing his s'rvie's.-Callohan, < wt'II-II'.tn'd bird-dogs point t", Haaa, I lpo.Y.. Sin n it. Hunk, of St I the cane of Ullllo H Haldw tn. a.
Building. yn prcfpried : would conald. Lie.. Cloud "Florida and s II |111I1I""k. HIKetelter Admlnlatratrlx of the t Mtat,* of KranclH -
Leader.In .
\\ollyn or Irish Htttlern R ft. WarIIIK of the Statlisnic of Klrmlm-I M Kaldwln dpcc-RMfd., complainant '
KI8SIMMEK.; I"LORIDA I oilando riorlda 47-41. moe, |f'1..rltlH. art r.-soiers.. I willofft versus K I*. Lesley. Jennl K
all malarial countrfes the pop --- 'r for Hale. In front. of thi' courthourtp I.,'.l..v. Uulda M&lloy Mary T K
ular remedy is Herbme People findit KAItMjUS=Sd"-3--;; ;; ror- a: Fret door at KlRHlinintt, Florida onlecmber Itatikln John W. Rarikln. upfpr APrnthcr
O. F KRIBBS A. AKKHMAN good medicine for the ample copy" of the Florida Farrnei C. 1H2II duilllK, the legalhiou5 ('larage. t' K. (.rl..n and
a purifying of nale tintuliwln.c
and Stockman. puollahd at Jack tletitjlheilproperty : . State. llaiik of I-akclnnd. apondcntar
W. J. STEED system and warding off the disease onvllle Tells about livestock rnla tn Oaceola C.mntKltn ,Ida will olT.i' for naif to the highest

KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED Price 60c. Sold by Roberson's Pharoacy. log dalrylnrr poultiy. citrus fruIt| .\dtlltton Lot 4 of to Klock the town A. \\'of A Klaalmmne 1-atrltkR didder at the front door of the Court '
.. and tiucklnff. weekly" at '1011 pet IfoUNi* at Kliml' mm'e.o'lorltla.. nnMonilHy
for $200 Florida : December. 6. 192U the fol
Onl1ltHtock
Attor.,> nad C..I.r. at LawKlMlatiMC. > ar >
4 .en.f. T'rn" of sale cash
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g-neral fat-ruing low Infc Hcilbcd property In (kaceolaomit
KlorldaOcacral To pap j JOHN S. ('.\I''' I"
permit thorough cleaning a In the RtateVrllo today. prurtlrc !. all Stale and window has been patented thatslides -- - ---- 47-4t Slal I Master I In, Chancery. I.ol G of Block 8. of H K R. R.Con ,
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I altrtl. Mtats .'suits.p .
of the City: f f Klunlm-
WM'JTEII---4flrla to take N'nraPBtliilnitiK survey
up and down swings back and I. 4 Ireult onrt.. Xfale' of Klnrlda.Nerea .
Alm lola I. 2.
I I lit Morrell I Mlll4 /lnl.. MOB- fluFlurldn. > 3. 4. .
'" forth horizontally on a pivot on pltnl lnkilili.l, Hlorfdn 'nil, In ' DR. R. J. DENNING hinge.. person Ht I tht. donpital lt. lea rn par ( ouaily. In C huociry.J.llii I 20. 21. 22. 23 anil J4 of 'illchrlKtB young man who practiced medicine \. ,
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t"'ula.11',1." .. .Ml\cril 11 N.. Hupt Ijta, Harey, omilainant| . ..nd aililitlon to HlfftilniniveClt In a rural district became famous and .
% KU.rldM a.rordlnfc to DENTIST 46 VRWe. I. I Ial .Ial I on. Ill. In, tin tuffle..1' was called in consultation in many .' .1
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ofll because <
Over the] Postoffice. FOR RENT :": _ I I hi'I.!" k of tin Ir..lt Court towns success -
l II..* ohi i omit L 1 lui Ida in the treatment of disease. Till 1
OFFICE HOITllS: 8 to II:JO. 1.10 to tBesioVnce apptarlnw( lou afflttaxll :ipi/t'ntled to 'I"<'rniH of HH 1.' ,:nh .r
FOR UHNT-I.arite. cool bud ronslight I Ihe bill filed I In thi Ahov.-M'"lp" cnua.hat .. i u'I,,1...i. 22. I I'l.'il! was Dr. Pierce who afterward movedto
Phone 174- I FOR SALE houat-kt.enlnff apartments anda the italtlentt. "ra"i Y Ilnr\eV JOHN 8 I'.MKU4A4t Buffalo N. Y. lie made np his '
Of0ce Phone 158 garage at 322 ChurehSt. 6-tl Hit dtftndant, theitln nam..., In unktit Hltn-il| 3last-r mind to place Borne of his medicines .
I-K'K 1IIKHK I'l.l >! >wii. .and thai, ht In ..v.the airt __ __ ___ _. .
I - -I--; : AGENTS WANTED of Iwe"t-"". )'C'"r..' It IH tli.rpft.re. before the public, and be pat up .
'ISI''; utlEttNtlLJNLL.Ft( \\ olldjtliatntit .. ordtrid that.i.. the .,,'.itl ,1..r..n l-: iht 1',111.11'\1"10" what be called bis Favorite Piescriptionp \
SEEIJ: S *. ulih T& r'wt of trround, nutuaiiiu ,- aim i.. L it with
pi.ttx" sut'i'oundliitfH 1 1'1 ilutt tU'NT' $ \W.\NTI';l lI ., Hit.ehll I. ( r.I.nrj'Wtr.\I.: :, :' .'I I In.ipr'art Hal. I I" pii rtmt-nt of the Int..rloi, L S and placed the '" 1-
, l/i.ii.l. ,. to Hell Hi' Ii ';T INTO RITINIISV.t( : / I hu' 1 la 7 taunt* on or before Saturdo'. tht* I IXth
Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for T, Fi-irr I "F> .0( ,notivi' ) two biori'K (iruilutti, Hell' tit > r\ fain,. t. \ Iou dnof ntctml.er A l > 1 !'I2i o. otlitr.wlat I onNoriF I Ill. 11121)! . For fifty Mr. Dr. Pierco's Favorite ,.,
good results. fiom huHineHH |I'Hlt of ilty will \ ..>w ti HII tiuto. or teal and CHI", the alleKiititin.t of aald. bill will : IM h* rehy K'lvt'n that .Arch Prescription hv sold more largely
seed for Fall I 1 \ell-bullt uio.lt"i n hoiiM, .* of six ;irl\ liuiul \\.t tti. ttrdny. ror I InCoi malittn bo taken aa tolif ""..d by .said lit- I.. Mfl'lumon I I of h.ok us.--. ''l.,rlla'lt. : :A
Garden & Field Planting I o..IIIH. \tl\1 Cllfill HI .:i:>IU. I w' )h. i .. \ ..u Cal.. >.d t I. iii<>:" r.. I r.lld..I. w ., on Jul\' !&. I im 9. made Horn'tfiul throughout: thi united: Btatea than ;J:;
| 1.\ itt. ,.; Ml'l anil' 'llv.. iiioniit. lit.alilvnI 'itel I I IK |>i 'Mlti< tn uf hit t'g.at' I tiiHtit I u- It la further old. red that that thin at llnlry. No IJIII) ini' for HH' of i any other medicine of like charActer.'l'
Seed Oats-Rye-Barley-Rape. I tilt" Ml."<'plim pt,i','h. i..loi*.. t.. < t.u"-i I hu''i, of ,Kind in; toll: Tnt, \ mi:iIII ) or.l... .r h.pulul ishesi t.nrn' ,i w..k roI .!M\\.. % ami' \V H of HI-: '., K.--tlon 27 I It's the testimony of thousands of :-
New Turnips Cabbage. EggPlant I hoiift, '' fttx f-ult tr.-..*: cheap at ,," l.a.. s .1 I f{ ntkliiM. I'"'nipnn\ Four coiiH.tutU.. w.t kH In. The llasinumnu. I .wn..ht". | At I II. lOunge :34 i-:.. TallalianHt women that it baa benefited or entirely \.:
Crop f 2fil"ti. Tt'rma31H I it,, furtiu-t, 111 I \\ Inona.1I11".a"' i VfitlfliiiRfltt' .. a ntwniiapfr ,. M-l luilal,. tiua. filed notice of ,
Pepper.. Beans. Ai'KIJs: m"HtlIn cull \\ atlonKootl ,, 4K-41 publish In said County and State. Intention to make l'O."II..I..tlon. Proof eradicated such distressing all'n
Peas Potatoes and Onion Sets ,I II)\-c-,I',,,,ft houHt., atablt. fro...d -w f) 1-Ilia I 19lh day of oitobir. 112" I",. <.Htabllh claim to the land above i I mentAl as women are prone to. h.lDOW '
TLargest: and oldest established seed laml I '.hal|> nnd on eaay termn. Ut"t .1 I '. :< i\ ItSTKF: -;Jogurl d. ,< rIh.d. bpfort Clerk Circuit, Court i sold by druggists in tablet form -'
UH how \ ..u. <'I 1 It l'k Clr I < ult ; lit KtHBirnlnee. Plorldji. on the 26th
the aaweltaahtuid.
house in State 4li ACHns! two nill.it, rr..m oils limit LEGAL ADVERISEMENTSNO H It HUM.OCK I .hit y of November. 1 it!", (
Send for Fall catalog and Seed . < lilmatit' mourn.as. wltn .j.. ..
t n brfck hlvhuuy n\e-ri>tnn houn.2ll :Solliitoi' for I ,,"'plalll.l1It; 4rir5tfCln
,, .all ', II! C Mlll,'r. of lookout. riorldaKdrlM ZEIOLKB, Qadvise all wom-n
In cult l all ftiitt-d
u special.E. acre \ -- -- -- I i ult ( ''"'' Se ill
I 20 IMI..o paBtiir.$261111 TtrniB6Ii % .* 1"0 ( IJIlT4)I45l - -- -- ,.' M of Lokoaee. Florida Who suffer from feminine trouble to try
A. MARTIN SEED CO. AfKKS 200 > nr.l of city llniltn. >OTH": UK !'o" "':IIM. .1 4X1 I-:||'MNtlTI' .1' 1\ liw.im. ,if i I.okoate Florida. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I
Jacksonville, : : i Florida half lint hammock, land.. balanceprnlrle 4 curt of the. ('t.utx Jti lnp. (llMrtr-ol, H \ l.F.: H I'adKttt, ROUT'it| l..oktiat.Florida\V IIXVISMMIIi shall never forget the good it has done ,
and muck verb rich andfirotliu 4 analy. M-tnle .t Morlda. '
I '11 I vt', two Mory "<.\'..n.r..om - -, '!'; IH ,h.-, bv Ki\.n; tint untl.r Is 51 lI..ocl.t..r for me. I feel like another woman now.
hou,..., nUilfurnlahfd. with fumeil .In rr KntHt*. r>futhur K \-'ut'Iue5 .ind l h)' \litu.' of n Plnal I>... re" of -- -- - May God bless Dr. Pierce and his valuable
oak tenant. hotiMp a-ntl iraraKlr. very ,,, nil I I 4'retlitors f 1"""HI..e... Idatrttniteef t ,.'"ru'losuire .,11i.t. 2s.ll. r"I..t, I on th,' ': 10 ('HKI>I'IOH -medicine."-Ma.* FLORBHOB (1
nut' inojMll' 1) ounnd t by cotth and alt I IVrmmn haying (C'lalmn 2.. day of Ottob.i .\ I I. l'2'' In th' .
CITYMEATJARKET. ladtIK I ,!>(>("!. yumo t.-rm* If .1- or I ir-inandw, nifHlimt said, Kataffi : i aHt or..1 J HI<'hur,'''. in omplalit- I. ( oiiM of the < ou..r Jn"0:00: ; t'see- WILLIAMS. 4.
vlrotl; Thla propertv must.. a...... i You. and each "f ,.ou. are Iiery' nut vrraUH 011W )". Ka. tl alaa ale Iou..". State .., florid .
7 to bt' apprpcluted ban. great vaTtn. IIr.tlnd and required to present nn\ Reapondt. 'nts. In t h.. (:i lrt'lIlI. Court -
SEVERAL FINK XNfH .prop.-rtlfB <....Ir and demAn4 which you, or of the Heventtenth Judicial Clnult of In re Estate of Charlt-a \.r..t Car Only s' Cold
; for sale at bargain. pilcce .om.. of ,.It her of \\ou may. have against the the Htate of Florida In and for (I.- von answeredOh
i I. often
them stork. and running. withlarice c"tatv or Arthur. K Vortices dereafufdiHtj ceola Counts'. In Chanct-rj.. that on To all Creditors l Legate, .. Dlatrlbutce I Are you HIT -
I .,'ove.. Full partlculara- antlfr of 0..01. ('''unty. FlorMn. to th. the first Monday In l ecember. the .and: all It.rsnns having. <'lalmior it. only a cold as if a oold
I ..<* booklet to lnt"rr.tfd part leu. uf1d..raIIl'< gxecutrls' of said estate name being the dth day of DfO-inbtT. emand against said ,;at,". r.a a matter of little consequence,
all ACRES! Ji>tn. larc.' lukr 6(0 feet Within' one year from the date hereof A I>. 20. al the door of the Court You and each of you" are hereby to learn
Fresh MeaJ and all fenced: moat all In -ultlvatlonBrond ; t "nat*.d Vo\','mb-nr 10. .\. n 1 MOI Hnune 11 In Kl I lmmet o.ct.ola County notified and required t. present any ibut people are beginning!
$' v.-ro..m houve flowing wretl: I MART LII.I-IAN VORHKR8l Florida during the legal hour ofale. claim and demand which you. or. that a common sold is a matter not ,
barn. etc : owned by Kanaaa party. l 4-1tt BxecutrUof twill offer for Bale. at publicoutcry. either of you, may have against th to be trifled with that some of tie 0
Coime let ua show louNKI _:_ for cash In hand to the highest estate of Charles Averatt Carson, de.ceaaed. .
disease start with a
Vcge1abcsPhone late of Oaceola County. PlArIdm. moat serious 1
: HKAI.TV ( 4PA1V' x1iries fii.i%ti ro' tMi"iio'>- bidder the following described
fl.ate ...... BalltllaaMJHBKFt ( '":H''' BiOHT FOR PPKIl "T.JOHMS property. to-wlt to the undersigned Executors of cold. As soon aa the first Indication
S PKAIKICE! DIHTRICT.Notice Beginning; .t the S utbwe.t cornar aid ....t.. within two yeara from the of a cold appears take Chamberlain'
'" -A quantity of Job loticheap I of Lot Seven (7) of the.. South Florida date ber..oLD.tpd Remedy. Remember that the
44 Flooring $4000 thouaandChina . I Iw' hereby given that all Railroad Company a 8uraP' of the September 17th A. D. 1MO Cough
cabinet two oil heatera larirdeak .. persona tntereated In the following Town of Klaalininee City Florida and JAMES M: CARSON sooner you get rid of jour cold th' .
and other house and offlr* described, land and property In Oiice- run thence North 4rdesrreea WeatOne ROT .E. CHAJUICBR: less the danger, and this remedy.will :s
'.t furniture find eoulnment .1. U ",- County: In the .State if FlorIda Hundred and Forty-two (a42)1t.etp I C A. CARROf JBxeoutora.3R. help tco throw it off.'v* -
; \bsortb. for5 the V alley. Qasttt I PHILLIPS LUMBER CO. ...If 1,vIe: .1c more or less, to.'an allay, taeuca U-lt |) f you ,

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TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 12, 1920 {qr

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.'t.t.o ..... ..... . .. !. .o o.ooo. tOOot was ,attended and addressed by Goviernor ;-, : :


; PHONE 200 : PHONE 12 ; [[ IN SOCIETY'S.REALM, ] iastic Cox.affair., and preceding was a moat the election.enthu..1\! ' ; MINiCX' ; .

R. G. :
. BUILDING CIRCLE I ; ;
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AU mutters -Intended. for this Waters & Carson Grocery Co. pnrfmant should b* handed In urn early The Building. Circle of the Baptist J,

I ,, a. po events..lble., must Advance be authentic notlcca of", comIng Call- church met at the home of Mrs, F ''1 -" .

,. I-hone 11, and ask for "Boclrty. Herzberg, Tuesday Afternoon 'with 1 1 I :: Druggist 'II
Form close promptly at ten .o'clock Mrs. Herzberg and :Mrs- W, W. Bell, I :.
each Friday mornlnir.NUMEROUS hostesses

.: -c(1o-. Present were Mrs. Sam Lupfer, TJte E XCljjLtL Store ;/Y

SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. T. M, Rivers Mrs. Elizabeth! I. ,.
: DURING PAST-WEEK Wariog, Mrs. L.: C. Royal Mrs. C. :, ,
: H Many 'social affairs have taken II. Grant ham; Mrs. C, O. Nelson, Phone 3 KISSIMMEE, .FLORIDA PhonedSpecial .. ;

KLIM : place during the past week In, Kissimmee .Mrs. L, 'R. Farmer, Mre. Marion Car-j j "
-but secretaries to both private -j son, Mrs. F. McIntosh, Mrs. R: 0. '' '
society folk-clubs, and organizations -i I Livingston.Mr*. Webber, Mrs. A. I I I Saturday, Sunday and "IP* ,

: j have neglected to furnish desired C. Chapman, Mrs. M'.'Kinnon, Mrs. Special

,, details. The Gazette is especially ]iF. C, Bryan, Mrs. E. 'S. Hall, Miss I Monday Only

I anxious to publish all doings Hall, Mrs. O. B. Fall, Mrs. H. S. jl
L. : of social life-that there may .be a iGeiarer I and Mrs J. C. Griffin.
> - - - P |general knowledge that functions of I The guests were refreshed with $1.25 Maxixe Chocolate Covered Maraschino Cherries and .

..> : mote;, are of very frequent occurrence. I iced tea and wars' andthe offering Everyday Assorted Chocolates, One Pound Net, Each
""T amounted to $1.60.

(. Absolutely Pure and ,: COMES TO VISIT' FROM KISSIMMEE TEXAS I I IEDISON ARTlSTsPWlN :. 89c ONLY 89c -

: I Miss Ruth Clark, who was at one DELIGHTED AUDIENCE
time a teacher in the schools of Kls-I It was a thronged houn<.\! that Just received a fresh shipment of Liggett's Guth's. and Old Log!

simmce, but who has for long; beena greeted the first number of the program Cabin Candies. Our large Refrigerator.. Candy Case assures you of
t resident of C ddo, Texas, arrived on Tuesday evening at the Casino -
,1 Wholesome here' yesterday to visit her mother, -and it was a most decidedly the best candies, Kept in (he best of condition.
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... )Mrs. M. A. Clark, of 216 Verona happy audience' that listened to the and convenient:
street, for a limited time. Miss clear sweet, soprano notes of Miss; We are installing one of the most sanitary .

: Clark is well-known here, where she Gladys Rice as she stood! beside the Soda Fountains ever built. '
Milk has a large circle of friends-all of Edison Grand on the Casino stege.
Powdered
:\ whom will be very glad for' even a She.sang If It's Quality Service and What You Want When You Want It

short visit with her. * As in the days of old I i Call Phone No.3',
I "Till one thought he heard th' nn-rels Y I...,
VERMONTERS\ COME AGAINF01C "Touching soft their of god"and .
harps
KISSIMMEE SEASONMr. At Kissimmee's Best Drug Store
as she fang her lips for the
; : 6: : and Mrs H. M.: Wells, of .East moment would he passive-yet the

1 KLIMWaters Fairfield] Vermont, are once more in melody and the words continued ,j'
I II KisMiriniee for the season. Several, without intermission, the tones of .
''y r 9 years ago :Mr. Wells spent the winder the instrument denoting no changeof --- .. . ,-- -- -- ---...-._- -
in this city alone; the following i
vok-t; then! would Miss Rice take
I years he was accompanied by MYs.. up the sonar and continue till th. i iI BARTON LAKE AMERICAN RED CROSSTO
Wells. This 'season they have brought
i "phon(>prHj!: >h with a soul" again took
: j I .III'''. (Emma; Hill, also] of East Fairfield from her the words and completedthe

.. ], and have urged!: others of their I selection. So exquisite was theblending GIVE RURAL HELP
A. McDonald made
AA recently a
acquaintances to come here. Theyare ] the
that .most discriminating .
making their .headquarters at business trip to Orlando and other ,,
i could not discern with any positivism .
points.Mr.
i 228 Beaumont avenue. t just where Miss Rice ceased O,<\s. with the :McOon.iM

& TILLER HOME SCENE( and the machine commencedand! Taylor Turpentine Company, has Program for Public Health and
Tn.Grocery co..i when t the I lights were extinguished in
rT OF :MUSICAL EVENT rotuined: from North Carolina where
order I that the audience might not seethe Community Welfare .Is Now
Because many of the students at he was called to the funeral of his j
moving ]lips all were assured that
SAVE Gainesville attended the football eldest sister. | '
game at Tampa Saurdav, several] of the artist, was still upon the staire :MisH I.ygiu Lan, who is attending( j WeU Under Way. I ,i
$ PHONE 200 PHONE 12 i them, residents of Kissimmee, stopped until the turning on of the lights/ the Monteverde Industrial School, isrecovering -4.
showed Miss Rice abn nt and the 3
1 that night!: at their homes. The from an attack of pneu
} phonograph finishing her number, aural eoDIIDUUUd towns of !less
same evening a group gathered' at non ia.
?406P0430thSOdOG4tvOt the home of Mr and Mrs. :M. Tiller, Nor was the work of Miss Adeline hiesB11rtie' Tindall. who has been than 8,000 population benefit In a vrr

r - -..- 20C South Beaumont avenue where, Packard upon the violin any the less. attending the Kiisiminee' high school large part by the public health and ,qeemmuntty

a ti'0tiC04:..:-.rr-0Sd-.c.----<- --C--'<-:}tip:-:,.vr4ti: :-:-> until] a late hour, games!: and musical] of deserving harmony: of I.pr.'iise tween for her the blending-Instrument was brought home some few day" welfare work of Uie American
; own Red l Cross. AID.lbOt.U of the
numbers were I.'njuyed-and refreshments aloJfI\ a feeble} condition. She is up
:: were served. Those students and'thp.i re-creations-upon\ the and about again) nt this writing! 1,600 Red Cross chapters have some .1

Greatest in present w'reVIII :Mason Tiller' phonograph. )HITS.. too. were tVe soft )Laval \L. Lane, who is attendingan rural sections_ In their, territory. Therefore
County t touch and I the skillful of
I Opportunity host ; Clifford] )Lester, Bryan Simpson fingering a <'!,.O'\r"1I1\ school in Chirago. re- the Bed Cross Rural' Service.Brleflj .
finished artist and there
Henry Singletary] and C. II. was no l tart, a great white blanket over the the purpose of Rural Service "
----AjBMHMMw HH H M B HMMI MHM MHHBggMMHMMHHBHHMMMBMHl HM HHHB -rcpptilile difference when she rested
"! "i i i i '-irA : Sum mer. earth there. N'ew of this diameter' Is to as..Itlt l people to get' out of llf
.. and the machine took up the in -I-liv
make u" appreciate our baloved Flor- more health, wealtb and happiness. In i
vt Bargain Not to be Neglected COUPLE ''o< from where she was the artistin ida '
YOUNG: ORLANDO: more than ever. tills purpose public health Instructionand "
self.
:MARRIED IN KISSIMMEE: : own .Soul. Hi'ytri"are. ; giving unusual
Briefly told here l are 35 acres located at Kissimmee Park with a t tloke Raymond Giles] and, :Miss Bertha \'o better, prais.of could sort l he than g\ea! tkefact aperformance attention to their jruns! and it i.predicted i.-> both: general children edncntvor.nl and adults I progress play a big of 4

l Foster: drove over from Orlando, any that Saturday, :November,
ti I front of 500 feet. On one tract of seven arid one-half acres t t that t the Kissiramee audience. : part. S y '
wbe'c they reside, on Tuesdaywith *!'U, will! find sane of I them ready to
j is a five-room bungalow with bath; large garage; dairy house! ; t the avowed intention of being with but one or. two exceptions remained Lag some tie*-I'. Recreation Is found! to be 'one of theblgvevt :1 M
i I silent needs In rural life. There Is
yet appreciativeduring -
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m..do ,husband and wife. It was H The Mcltonnld-Tavlor: Turpentine'
wagonshed; poultry-house and yard; and motorboat house; 25 case! where they desired to keep till'alTaiI' the entire renditions; nor Company, has started l boxing an I IIIOt'O lack: of sufficient' t play-life for the children -

bearing fruit trees ; everything in good condition. On the remaining secret from their friends fora could words xanv better express the were" ro'ind timber tract near1i '' and social life for the adult. ..4 .t'J
1 time.-and they pledged!: ; Judge T.M high approval( of the "phonographwith | "r(.. They expect to work the entire picnic, pageant, debating clubs, !
acreage there are 25 fruit trees, 30 guava trees, and a flowing a soul" -than the generous' applause ,
baseball
* : Murphy, who performed the wedding I tract. i leagues community singing
.1 \ well. These entire premises, including a onIon capacity motor ceremony at his office In the : ] given throbghout the concert. Some few dnvs ago: one citizen re I and ether social I events which brine
, This charminp musical
i' and sail. fine saddle horse first class courthouse to solid secrecy. It is : event was marked "The Bible is a mystery and the people of surrounding communities
l boat piano, buggy, wagon, given through the courtesy of the "
stated by witnesses that the judge hard to und.-rstnnd. Yes and "o wan j together bar been organized and carried
i harness, implements, offered at the Great Sacrifice Figure of duties Central] Drug Store', the firm handling
some are performed his in proper manner the recent election. on under U>. guidance of Red
all and p.ndilthe invitations
,J in every way, and Mr. and Mrs. publicity who Rev O. B. Falls, of Ki-ssimmee, will Cress rural worker te great adrantag -
"' .J $5,000 Giles departed for home in a happy and the to all made request the ; fill thepu'Dit at this, place the third .. Is many Instsaee..olving re*>
mind. I, management was recipient -
frame of Sunday of this month. |
f ... of many congratulations and .reattonal problems and getting peopM
i Dive Hart is marketing his
T t Full detail by calling at premises or writing the owner SENATOR AND WIFE I,.thanks for thus bringing to Kissimmee this week, they being early.orangecrop He!! together paves to be the awakening
'\ two artists of such known ability .f the community' to ether eoodltl***
\ VISIT KISSIMMEE disposed of them to Wheeler & Wil-
O. P. MCCABEKissimmee I I Senator and Mrs Park, Trammell! .- son of Orlando; for a good: price. which nay be Improved 'y united
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I passed through KUslmmee Monday School Is exceptional tctlon.A ,
progressing
.
I I If the bowels do not act regularly, "
'.' afternoon, enroute from their own assist them with occasional dose Iv well under': tin management of I a .ult.pt community orgaalalioB *-
an
,- Park Florida !([[home to points farther north-and of .Herbine. It Is a fine bowel( tonic Miss Jessie Raulersqn, of Pierson townships JB which there bad
'paused an hour to greet some old- Florida. M a neither pfns'D'" interest !.
and laxative. Price 60c, Sold\ bv
r: ,time .friends.' Senator Trammell!, Roberson's 'Pharmacy. .. There will be exercises by the I tommnnlty progress have been orgB-
-fl OCfrOOO- -frC O CO" I'
while contemplating a busy sessionof ____ I school I I at this place on Thanksgiving. bed to work: together with th. unified

,, congress, admits that about all he HOME DEMONSTRATION ,' Everybody is 1 invited. purpose of bringing thlr community .'
will have to dp is "watch the proceedings : SHOWING AT STATE FAIR I A. J i.anfthings that napier ap to the matt .allal1t_" .standard "'"
..tOo.too.oo.oo.tOOtO ootttOtt Otootooooo -> and do a little nagging on grass solves the pasture and lay Lector and ...Bteal entertainmenteoore &

the side--just as the republicans I 'problem I ] for Florida. lie 'strongly "eve bee .started as a revolt :

See Our Samples of Engraved and Embossed i: used to do. '. Mrs. Trammell, who has Jacksonville, November 11.'Oneof advises every farmer to try at least.> ef communttr t,i.*KJpr.. *. well a* elralntlnn *-
la I considerable acquaintance; with this the most interesting exhibits at '. a small patch of it and .he convinced.; MbrarfM, Red CroM schools *f '. I
\ it here she used to the state fair in Jacksonville November \i --
county-as was I
PERSONAL GREETING CARDS 'I attend many pleasing social affairs 18 to 27, will be those in the Lad Muck Improved I (..tmrtlon In Hem Nurl>g, Car ef .,
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-declares she is always pleased to Home Demonstration Department.Open I i tb. !Sick sad lent Ahlr Ia.iti: larger
to Home>Demonstration Club town tile need Vor rtrBM. and p.h- .
: FOR THE HOLIDAYS return to Kissimmee. members these exhibits will show Mrs. M. M. Miller is expected to lie comfort station Is belaf aC riargreoad ..
I return to Kissimmee today from St.
KISSIMMEE YOUNG WOMAN that the department is accomplishing for th. ehlldre have bees
RECEIVES RECOGNITION its object-the development of\ Louis, accompanied by her little son, Mtabllshed and .e..a..al wttlrHl" **'
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Gazette
; Kissimmee Valley Marshall who has been >
undergoing
: Friends of Miss Eleanor 'Moselejr, efficient citizenship. Under the di-i,I'treatment for several. months for in-1 I worked out tor the year. .
: .1.1I who is so well and favorably knownin recTTon of Susan W. Partridge, state ta order that there may be concerted ,'
.ooaaaaeooeooa .. ....... Kissimmee where she was employed agent, members are taught garden- '' fantile paralysis The boy is reported I, effort la carrying ea the..r.erarM elf

as teacher some years ago, will ing canning, cooVin- sewing, car of' greatly---improved.-- I; the various welfare ageaetM In, teal'

r learn with pleasure uiato-tft a meeting clothing, poultry raising, home dairying : .. rural district Rod Or.** Easel 8.rr- t
--
;1 If your bowel do hot act regularly i I Since 1899 the United States has held in New York, at the Wald- bee keeping', personal hygiene, I |tee help the orgaUsttBj shady *.'
feel' uncomfortable and the produced more than 7,700,000 auto- home sanitation household I .
,
you orf-Astoria, of the National YoungWomen's manage- the gr'D4. Tb* _!. 'objoct''or tb* .:
longer this condition exist the worse i mobiles. ment the making and use of house-
Democratic League, she '' '
CROSS rrleo I* to lead hand ... ;
YOUR RED a
:you feel. To put an end to the misery was honored by being elected nation' hold conveniences, and the beautifying and take the lead sly.whir.. neeft') '
i.
; take Iferbine. It purifies the i Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti- al secretary, Miss Moseley is now ,, of the home.
bowels, restores energy and cheerful ; it kills the poison caused from at Columbia University*. where she j These things tend to develop! a arr. .
spirits. Price, 60c. Sold by Rober- Infected cuts, cares old sores, t tter, is to take her B. A. degree. The satisfying social life for home and

, Bon's Pharmacy. A. *? -tc.-adv. meeting of the league in New York''' community.overestimated.Home And. its value cannot be + RED CROSS RELIEF' e '

demonstration clubs in Flor- I' '
J IN CENTRAL EUROPE 'yDs
*A Co_ air nr ... 'AT A.. _*/usTV ida have a working membership. of The American Rd Crooa, by It* '
4,250 women, the work being actively
( carried on in thirty counties. Many Cengreeelonal charter, I II officially j ... tdn J ........... tf 11aAr ,

vR DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. women, not members of the club, designated' rteaa ... ces dos.... f4 1R4'
GEDGE CEO. T. SINGEL TAR Y
influenced its" teach- .. ..... Loa .
have been
by T. furnish velwnteer' aid t* the n 0 of ehqi gY061Op
h.dint Cathimr Vice.Pre.II..t ingS. and consequently hove been sick and wo""fllleflll.fo f armies 'In peputatloshe lkalkas, etatas .

.F practicing home demonstration methods time of war; In aooordanoe with wtht have atarVod or a.rlakd frwai

in their homes. \ the conventions .? G.n.".. ptaea.e .r ppoau .. mUMoII'Woo !,
' I J In recognition of the work being. ,Igti worth l< oj food. cotblq''lid s 4I..

accomplished through this depart- To act In matter ef voluntary .al supplle have hoe Mat to th* Bk ;

r ; C ment, and for the purpose of offering relief and a* .medium of oommunleatlon kan*-aooa .>.. Bolgafte, Alkaai*.
every encouragement for its con between the Amertoaa: _. ..
t 1I00t *rt>la, Bosnia sad Oreoconinae
tinued development the state fair peeple and their Army and Navy., tile biwiontag of Red CTUM
Change in Banking HoursOn is \ r*>
association
offering adequate prizes -
.
operations .ha Central s
'; to club members for the annual Te eontlnue and carry on a aytm Wf Burop*
whll* millions of dotmr worth of food
International
ef national and
:_ .. On and after Thursday November II 1920 this Bank will competitions. I CHef In time of peaoe and to apply ak>n. has .... sent to the' seedy ta

4 ;:' .' keep open until 3 P. M.. instead of 2 P. M.. as in the past. NEGRO IS MISSING the Mm In mltlgatlrj the *uf.ferlng these .&at..,. 'fV .
1\\ 1 ceased famine, The money ezpeii r IS THE ASSERTION .MADE hy peetllen
,, In order to be able to give our depositors the best class of fire, flood* and ether' great ealamItl (lro a I* Ifs stricken portion 9f Ili f

Banking Service and to enable have sufficient rope ha l hoya sued to **t.orpanfa .U ka yytab '
,' us to time to do our Haines City November 11.-Following ** ,
dtapejuaii saohii* macIIo
book work properly the Bank will close promptly at 3 P. M. each the robbery of the home of I. To devise and carry en meamtre* cal l malt and to help lar th* CM***! .. -
r November 1
E. Keene on Monday, ,
" 1 afternoon and will transact no further business until 9 A. M. the -close watch has been kept by the far provontln these eaueo ofuffering. apaotmcttoB of devastated area* Amotcao

J following morning.Bank owner of that house to determine the I | tractor cad other farming knpy
.s. whereabout of an automatic revolver 'OURTNROCRO88ROLL CALL nato kayo ha oat to th* agrtcultturaj

ie' that was stolen. It was finally de- tom< where s.td .Kjt been gier .
termined that suspicions directed to November 11-28, 120. ea. la tile Va4.By 1

: . of Osceola ': a negro were wel based, and a demand MKMBKRSHIPAnnual PnEUl- Uroa -4t of ibis J'OU pastbabl. ,
County was made for the weapon. The aU Amertcao Rod Cnw acnH* adp'ailatotortef
accused man fled into the woods, .......... ......I 1.10Catrtbultng rotiet hi 0M Varop*> 1 :,

:' I Hours 9 a. m. 2 p. m. 'with Keene in pursuit, and the chase .00 wiU have withdrawn. B* that tip* Uto

I was .a hard one. It terminated in Ufe M_ h".**, th* people wOl bare ap- .,

. Keene securing the weapon-but immediately wetalnlng' .:. \9M I Macbd. a aonoaJ'stato .. .vta. a.4wtf a,,
it is said the negro madean Patron 1oVoO he tbio threng. their owa agencies

assault upon him anda fight -of end duos .> y* ir a..arot I leAaloliaptor. I *hkfc th. ... ,shoos baa holpW sal s
" '; Tlae Bonk With tlae A 'j'jI considerable duration followed. Mr. ... ..
\ hilil", Keene declares that he was victor- .. to provld for.. tks.. .*. ,"

I, s' + and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED and the rumors are that the thief' is . +

still missing.. Those who 8ee1l1 to be i The Gazette 'office has a number of

s st tin., a position to know assert that A woman is aide-de-camp, with the unches I of old papers, neatly. tied up, '
\ -- ...- '" .... "q --. "" -- "they. is one negro who will never rank of colonel-on the staff of the ,which will\ be sold at 16c the bunch.
'
t V .. 4 1t .- ...- ,, ,It e- V V 1:1: rob another! home in. Polk county" governor of Itentuc l.. i Sail for them soon I tf, I.

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