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 19, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00986
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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,{' ,r Cea vcade*, lm.Xi. -Jr.:WTTCHITA-;...., : "PAIL.'. ',) n': RWA''tHANDSOMER 7 '' C' / :TO, THE RECEIVE ""l r\( ,: TB 'K:.PROMOTED ELEGANT PAU..PR. DUm_ 'un. _. ." Legal tuce"-," De.redNq' ,!I : >

: lag Week: C.seirbg Malay, ,1 Te. Bria ',Abeat Better:Cease 1.m' .1 "
j COMPLIMEITA - v"1'a.i: *** .,NOW .BEING TURNED'' OUT ', ,
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''" > Deeeber-3, Wffl .be ,Aarant" Cr4ttert Take 'Die1siti'''. Step* Regarcfof *.' WeU5'T in. Milci Prey' 'CitJ'f1.LIa 1 ,la" Settlesieet" 'Wifl I, _".we..CaafcDeaatiea

{ \Ify r 'DeUfaie-te+, aaryUdaf :.I 8.'Ne'son' : of, the:iNeUon 'Realty. WeB-Kaew* fhmi{ Re- ,Woaderfal, Water:.That May :n. first ,;completed' palms from. |
-ti., Company ..- with much enthusiasm ! r' the Osceola Palm Work .have, been .
} The bnuarm tina-"ot' the1-Florida some i of the advertising' that' civet. C.aid.at..f''Fayi.g. .. Oat.In. tli*"' Mean* :/ .Briafiag ThenaWas seen ,by core*-and all I are loud in I The'"expositors, committee"" select-;

" s Woman's Missionary .: '' inithe Methodist church at' KI.>I I In Wichita, Kahsa.. where there raw: . I \'" ,,: specimens. of the product, of the in the: State:Bank of Klsimmee at 11 'y;
'F ,almmee, commencing.; Monday, l>ec bejtfg'.conducted. ;Ian' exhibition' of; .Because '*omerof the creditors ;Ju>t ,an '''ordinary'' well-.apparently southland. One of those i> on exhi the time, the- doors of that institu- r

'" > mber. 6,.aod. continuing four day much prominence J Three ten(:of i the pioneer:Arm >of general meis _lt iJ'Ir' On"Monday: 'evening' the' womeA Spanish move,had ,been procured by chant the Water '''A. Carton Groeery -< they om."Of'" Charles Neld. There. .ia .being shown In the far astt.cango without the.service* *
' I' 'will hold a mu. meeting.. The' custom those, in-charge of. the'building, and! Company ;;desired;an Immediate are other'well on',his two-hundred"office of ,,The KiMimmee Valley 'Gaaette If competent legal counael-*>ccor*.,
\t of. having this -meeting on the this was draped about :'and around : settlement of account--.nd becaiiBe acre: f.rm.J..but there ,are, none of ;' and both are ',attracting much lug to a circular "'addressedi'to-, '*4
t ;i', ''evening1 before'.the'' formal opening- of on.tbe' second floor .of the'' huge such settlement could V not be sati. their '''carrying the same quality'ot i.attention. The processes through of the:interested Partie& ,

the convention :hose been practiced building and suspended in profuaion I fsctorlly arranged on ''the' moment-*. water; and., although the water, I*I(which the'natural fronds 'po,*. render The committee: Is composed "of i A
: for many 'years.1 This is ''the great ..' it.hang*, from- the tree in and the',affair\ of that institution: are ngly' without taste,,a d .wholly 'the brilliant natural rreen shade S. Brunson,.'J. I'Bamanand Joint;
inspirational.service of?the woman' about Klimmee. More thaw seven I I pow' in the r handee .a receiver The =ut odor them I I. a medicinal 'one ,that will never fade or diminish R. Bronson. Thin trio has made it* ,

meeting, and;all' "delegates .are,urged thousand people each -day of the'es business.,will goon to.U appear, rty' contained that has in aev'caatf 'in .texture; and, when these..products w.l 'cbnversant 'with ,all condition of f" 3
? 'to be present-; ? position .saw this 3dlsplayFand: there slices;as before 'with, the exception., ,. eral '' ftrourht' about wonderful. tare 'properly arranged in the con- the bank"..and'.lth' desire to bring" w.fitablish .
A' splendid programI I I. ,being-ary were; many.'Inquiries ;regarding this that. all transaction will be upon' a cure and benefits. I tamer they form*adornment for matters |o some,culmination- do:
V ranged for'.tbl"<. evening., Special decoration.- Especial' emphasis1'was discovered nny.apot'nebdinga'' touch"of nature .
cash basis; and meantime'the're; J Mi. Neld first the:cura- rlded'' to .aolicit.fall }
,4 music will befurnished, by the JCia placed on the'fact'that this material ceiver will endeavor,to, tre1witb''dive;! -" ropeJ1ie. of this ;water by. acieidriit. 1 for beautiflcation., The plant is own finances with which to secure, Begs +A
'., simmer woven., \'A. J.- Bolt pastor, waot' Tlorlda origin and 'there the creditor to aCCept settlement .. He was badly;afflicted with ted byi Lyle V. Story," end there. is aid' and assistance' In',the, final?aetr,1 +',

." 4I of the Arcadia .Ne promidnentt were'many: ' compliment- paiJ.to':this rapidly, as, the. business ,profits,*wUli lecteflia. Hi ,hands and' wirsta ''were//1' prospect that a large business]tlements. To,do- this it will be nee-'
devotionalfcervlce.< tate.. "7- > ; . 'justify. -; : .. 1 i
known-throughout the, south, be ) a ..The :'Water.. AJ Carson r Grocery J acme j and .bleed./ Nothing seemed>to : a fund-each paying prorat*' ?
,rJ*4 ini the-firt missionary"to.'the'Semlnolea. ,Company wae Inaugurated -by E. B.-(|,relieve the situ.Uon--but after work a* the'financial interest\will'warrant ate
n:.,>- .< AWF"ULtCASUALTY, :Water and fr Ai Canon In 'l88* ..|inn fat the'' ": 'flowtn from this :OSCEOLA: 'COUNTY'S' .and the information ,wa 'learrid'. '' '.
,; Rev.',J. F rLovei; secretary of the j '
'well. been '
and ia easily- -recognlmed the plon* } which.had drilled toa" In the' circular that 'at least threethousanddollar "
i .Foreign Mission Board, and' Mr*. W .M1\, establishment .;,in the .county, depth of :'twoThnndred. and thirty *' will .be neeesaary to'' 7

fl.l C"cJame.president.ofthe, ..Woman': PEFTLY AVOIDED /, From the inception the business was,,([feet.fhe was surprised find Within ELEGANT DISPLAY engage the counsel that. hat. tenta< r,
,'j. Missionary-Union' the. Southern .. ,. an excellent one,.and''In;1891.the'ln-y.two.'eek* that .not. a'. scar of any, lively been, secured. "It U propose .'
Baptist Convention the- probable: \ titutlon was incorporated under'the '*>bowng>wa '-toi be found of the ,l" tel retain the iirm-of Land! ; Fish,AUull. ., +k':

spa ken at.this meeting.' Dr..l..J ove ; AS CAB STALLEDMoriel..er.E.tap. laws of /Florida... For, year: this'r>rtn r omei complaint. He (tbi* Bummer, attended ,the P'odd'sBaptist 'company played an'Important part inthe :'friend who suffered thee same ,arAtetlOftfand ,WILLJVIN PRAISE The' letter continue '..

it' entente and visited.the' devastated ... upbuilding,'of' the city and the \!: within 4''couple .of. week i J" To raise this distributed -
: +i' fields. of- Europe; he d., .-' a .dory It .t ke ,. ':his eczema had disappeared. ; ,1opoaltors. ,
1 county; ; years ; '\ forceful. '}'p&IIbr. and >by,>iteaebn of I *of: :'Free* a;man who has since: become prominent I Then Mr:. Neld' sent samples'oftiswatet ,.,.c.biEiIaWi'u r State Fair,SkeiM not to be-a,/serious .burden on any' j.
hi* havln seen existing' condition I Stalled,Aatesaebile a in affair of the tate; and- ref for analysis.; but- up to this, :Win:;Applaue': ef AB Spectator and one, and>In' our opinion it -ahould bit-: f
-will;,be able to create 'in the to the book of the ,time"no complete report has' been. -. I attended to ;;' "
the 0.WB 0. Tier at Rapid r erence private rereived. ; ,_ea;Pifae,seal! Rikbe** 1 ? promptly. J'MJsay corn- .
,and heart of people a mind'i r concern, will show .that many a He .was informed, however ,- I IWJth {'plication and ac1Jutn ent.. ererJ, j a
TI love for' missionary aervic. ;, # the stalling "tha In thecarcbe mouth wa*;.fed through the liberalityof that -Jtbe water .b.d' emphatic curative .. '!ways,, Incident to eueh', a failure.".i.t> ')e
By. of engine :automobile load of .ecl.1'ah9Winp'
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Jame Is, to' .
W..C. no stranger . vital-
and the 1 promoter, -of 'the buahl_. power And It was found'that 1'1\ of wblcJa the depositor are 1 ,
g .ida''women: A woman of.marked was driving, the conse 1 for the'stat.) air- Farm "
Briefly told' the Waters A Carson bathfng in the water wa a -..wondef'tul' 1 ly Interested?, W* apposite yon ,
ability.-deeply consecrated;;and >wlth' craent phy.lcal'.nd mental collapse' Grocery Company did a' large bu.14lieu' rinedy for-rheumatism; 0..'of'' Demonstration Agent Leo H. Wilson I II 'depositor-to'I assist'us in raising' thti'1f' ,, ,, .
of Mrs\Lewi* A'Bryan bas' been .con loft. n Sunday! evening-
knowledge > -
'thorough
a ; 4.r.Jacksen
every ? in al large way-yet because of the" prominent officials in this city ,money and would'suggest that COM. ,
partment of women' work *he In fined to 'her room since Wednesdaymorpint.whUe'r the s; many account lost through in.abuity hat been seeking .relief for the pastyear I I vim-end it shoald be understood.trlbuUon, should' be about: as follow -. .
a individuals an' automobile that'tbi load was addition to the! '
spire'organisation'and *
to 'collect; there was, notthe tor ,a, rheumatic affliction that *: . : !
'- -with i lie. hope-and _I. ..AnClthe1' I wrecked have sw completely but little I thai value the Hen frsgments' be.- profit which firms in these.day* have prevented the use' of his arm,I.* lie.,hewing that were enroute 'train.'',,D.po.I..1e.; than $100 w.,1O.Ota'Deposits ; ,

r Ing Interesting lathe presenting featureof of the missionaries.maw meet.aide, the; track at the railway crossingneathe' rained by selling directly. for',cash. has:;spent' considerable money' ee*>kjInft'something'to lby'train'to 1 I Tuet '''evening aid the Pat,county Johnston'agent Ipf hII from .$100 'w $600.-86.0O, \ .''
Bluntly stated "there were too many ''bring benefit-but Deposit from $600 to:::$1000.' 'fO.aLi>
Buslnes. cession be Meld -"- Exchange, paekinghone.| v I properly arraDc.tn -'the booth which'' >
k rill Jufing has been ,.-unsuccessful. Neld ( .
I friend and good fellows,! and too Mr. I 'DepoaIU'tronr' $1000.to $3000,100.00, !
the three afternoon in the I' Mra.'O'Bryau, carrying her'eousin, 1 Osceola county was to' exhlbit..endtolook ; "
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. .me1 great a spirit of'accommodation.. knowing of his. condition, brought Depositgfrom $2000 to'' $60o 200.oe'lDe
,: church.- and will presided "* |i IKtrs E.'I:' Murray, who has lately after Mme off the manyttevrtail .
'.Recent% trouble in this city him a. gallon of.the water which wail |BJt,s*Over J6000' .:...:>. MO.Ot._
'XrL' N. C. Wambolt atate prevdtnt:, arri.ved Jrem -- her North?Carolina necessary to have the :howin combination used I.ment-l'ubbecl' and Inothef of the eommwlko
", Other officer of the Union aret' j I,home to spend the winter on the brought .bout'throueh' a i as on J,la worthy' ,one ,..Mr., Johnston will part de'' ' "
-of. circumstance with which all inland allowed to dry; In. That wa Ition, to all;: former1 depositor* ',*(
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v .YJce. ,.ldeD.t. Btatq, ,at .Larg*. front and M'r. O'Bryan: on the :probably: return", tomorrow 1 ,i' \ ,' v. : .'.toward, heWednesd.y resident, are more or less"'familiar- two weeks sgpyTed.y;that nan Jua after hUlUw' .. .posltor'committee; goes* on t"Tk1.
'rMr! J. A. Mellon Tampa. > rear ae.i'. was driving \ ;practice but will ,visit ,
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full of his and *'
weather conditions, financial embar* use arm, ia'nearly : '" : I I. onlyour ;*ugge Uon.'We .__
l Plstrici. .Vlce-Prenidents r) Mrs.i O.JT. ) morning /It th* fair 'ned/week. .
raasanentsV illnes..nel..vea e.tb- perfect,a* -rhas- hewas. first attack would be'glad to hew you. cootribnteaa r
later..than 'the achednledhoar 'emim.rat.'allitiaat'' thla'counnr
was r %To
'A.Bnm
., Moncrief.rAlachua? : : Vn W. placed tbe t/l. d.'of .he vctttire .eoni ed;', feelconfident' that within 'i much oat you AfeKvoucan ivejv .t
: Qulneyi Mr* E. ,Hood.Oc&irMraveswH'Af fGf"Ut.aotthbound" mba (NOl; 84)) hould4r -ai.sh: **U1'beeonrpletalyteeth J swill show.at the.fair would bn a task btit'-tbj.' ,C | e2.' V.i' .
A t.'ttmeitlje -
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cern pponthe. ,.. ;
.io'be .m0De7 '
-'JlII' th..tratk, .ed' ; ,at.inns, .
'1, : ..H''Ca1kflla"'Ml.amlr.MtLFrank Bean:Arcadia, deaf.Bd' t,waa'uppo slrc"nnfontiTatel}", Carson;. Jrrwbo hae;been atrivlngto !,''Theii\ :'Sip'.'meretr,;iamplo','too to -the-great showing oC tlmrrlal .d4itJ.o,.I': tb.t'ng'iK.ogMa. Rie '"
.MrII. ; .
put, the institution upon its: feetinepioofthe eases ofrelief-.and ,the names -wild abd'in"addlj, >l* .* >each .' w III. .x ,\
Wilson.,"DeP'unt.k Sprlnp. R' wa.late,;and wa hurrying--so1':reports ..vegetable* and ,to"rre; '' ::
} under which 'deslred : 'lit prorata benefit:. ,
handicap blfK ; ; '
''COl'l"ltlp0n4ID. secretary. and tressur aay- to-gain time. Jts'the car )Ir.. Neid.I* plannlngtIncorporation '.tion to 'the splendid specimens of. tit'? .. ,
it wa* laboring.- was an herculean now .ho'lIlel.be..tt.eDde4.'to-.I..J'' fjl.
er; 'Mn..H'c, PMhruul, 3ackeo.' ...ebecl.'UIe..tr.olt driver saw, the 'i'rn; .' fruits there"will'iio some'oir.the" J + '. .'
of'a
becameevident'tor.omeof :eovupany'witk'tnfAcient counsel rat :ersdir'tak.'tbargs OCt,
1 ttski and'it may 1.
.villv, ', - engine' bearing down .upon herand .of capital.to. erect and, maintain,,finest, cattle 'found Jt.'tll..tate--and. and look. attar the U.V.depositora. .
the .creditor that the solution > ;; daotwtiS of, *
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"" In attempt "to threw into It ha that"there wlU.c.exhlbite4..n
I '. ordiftlf'Seeretar"JoI..!' W. .M.Baahlia. an' -reverse be..better, conduct bath-houses .land : ,to exploit been'arranged "/.r 'i ..' --
the 'problem'eould proper
...DeLand..' '.' ? 'and' ..'neutral atalled: and.,a' second later.,' the ''.engine ed ,by allowing 'receiver. to'.'handlethe this water .which has.,*o far aa tried b varietle: of. cattle.vIt;!* evident"tiat Metsr*.:1Beaman I;' ,1
be
Superintendent'' R. >A'. Sunbeams ; c. Tbere'wil a variety ot strains'andcrossbreedingand
,woncJetfut .lIIUr and the d r
0'8r1au the''carMrs.'Mornay matter; produced. ;; and'Broeaon.are tni r
Mr. '" from there "llbe :
.JoIi.r. i4 Campr White'1 I" aprang opened the door'and Accordingly on Tuaedav. 'fcy,order carryingont. of hi* 'plan*, will be a:'half-blood dlfflcnlt to .dUtingulshfront ,,to bring mat$ef,te am ell ae yaon :'

6l SSrman 'Publicity| Mr*;, ii.. M.WiUon .a''half-fell out- while those who saw of the court, tbe'.n.UtutIoD"'P..ed" wondedul4'pisca. \iW / *opulrity.'forKlsslmme J thoroughbred Taken a*' ,a't'all y eantbM e7' 3 I', -
: into the hand of a receiver S. B. *-a*,, itwill; brine ethousands' to tot /M.ton..gtlent to* .
Jackaonville. I 1[the Impending danger could do nothing. whole OsceoTa 'count, i making a'
;; of,,people\ to'the !itha fcsatitation ;: "
Owen 'ot.T.mpa; :being'amed"asCentraaee : toobfaha.UefJ cloring'of! :
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Superintendent Personal Service r' Then. Mr. O'Bryan dragged hiswife isplendidrdiaplay I at the',fair. and.; ,
,,ill '--II :.. .
froM certain *
.''Kn'-E. C..Angell, .Lakl ndv, .. '. "'from -the ''.te8rinc-wbMJ-.anct '<, ( on ..."SI..tat) .. _._.__ ,____; ,__..___L____ _____1 I,I there should' be ,eome good results be-and the shall achievement be a*) awall.a of ttteir In-,it J
!ths crash;'from :the reversed locomo-'- T because the There will ; ) rii j
"Mr R. -of showing
; loUege'Corraapondentt< :, :
fceived, :
} y. Raeeo' DeLand h' , ., tive'eafieTM; automobile*'can. :M Mp be:;some;,splendid' puWicity-and ,if .tentkm* will' be' with good ,\ $t .
W '" .(Cobtlftu.'OQ'r'Fiv.)/ tied some distance and entirely ruin BOSS-STATE' MAD: ?' CAPITALIST SUPS; : : not:directly...there will ;certainly be grace up.n'thepartefhlIwb.ax interested ; ': .
the fact that of the ; ; "' .theexposition. setiene.ly' e '. ; ,
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.. ed-fbot von occupant Indirectly; great }return from. fll .
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r.' ( I *;of the car i were;Injured In ) y' '' ', \ .
MBl AIH 5 SJWIS at physical *ene'waa m matter,of :t ATM IW.BBUIWt END MM.IMrtt..T ;' ":PINEDAiETWCTSrni ,..The 'connty''sbouldfat'; especially : t't
i i congratulation.: Mr*..0'8ryanwe.at\ ,, ; : Brat fnl t* thosewho- ha ve' taken:of i '
, \ ,. <"* .2i. 21yr ' once removed 'to1vh" r "home..- llfl V-' ;r"v" theit tim.'and'thelr"abUity to foster .

:.1I1118 "i'i'' Clyde .ft1I..1I01Jt'i.; anal .physician. tt "tt tbJ.i.PlaD"ot'potting Oaceola,.to theft ,. ..
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tfo ,"I'I *miwmTOWtWFLfl; .mmoa.ds .")". .y..t"i. ' T fr;H I,.H : t:rank_ of progressive::countle-. I 'TI Mm. .," ,

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"ak.JrtJ ,: T:1I' of the affai'there5,wa.. no-wars-) ::1.' LW..t..T -..'B.ire.a.1 M4"fhteit" '. &) t JBiccasnWi' Pet*rtedetenteon.traetce JD.: ;S.CrihW.of: Orlando; *ind"Vtt , ow V'r.' .. ." -..;' i.M,)
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.",r'4 '.., '" _"-,'I ,,'. rgineer.-'and f" 'ia.declaxed, that ,the ',,.', .., ,"... .: ,in r'Pi ed .,.title ot,Cribb*.% Crlbka( ,have leaaedcarryon ,4:"<, .'.;.
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: ,'&. ': train... runningat: a. higher, rate L s q.arte nswat..aN 1 ro..s&Del will . : .
T. '"of" the,,TteieJ ':t. thedpart.fIt 'JKiiminee.eh./ .' 'realty buaine -with''theI : PiMad 1 =' 'Ir'
l ". .. : L.c.I: t't. oil' -speed1. than'I* .;cou.clered1ee.1 b'lu. ( ,'of YCo.Midti 4 ; \Mite :
,I within,: an f incorporated city.. .r'Wmrt Melbourne;'doelsret) that',.th.)tras.'..tractjcont; t lnjsf "ttver* ;acre ,; cbae1r"2h \!I view.lofo'l1..mlll&'perManent j '.''reaVident1' .. lacterJ' r .1--.l I 'l .1 'f y;. ,
j'. .; '. .' steps'will It* taken Jn$ the.mitten.lf state :highway.l b.being ,looked atteby''th. : n ed ia1"'thleft k: th.:.bG'"er1 ) .These.men are _1Iaeq1laIneel . ,).. ." : t' i ...t" !.

I. 'Tyr.era; ; automobile accept any.' by the..owner"ofthteach,..still .. Brevard, county 'commissions being' F,\\W, Forgo"; why camefherej. '.with Florida, :'conditions., and plan ,TMreveea''tipeetatae.etist' ; "GI'I tbi..;'
Tfors/acts surly' figureand iformatlon alganatkI4UN"IONe'SE' : era, and many .are ,.travaNngthat,i i a few week ago 'to '"spy-'cut: the?i to Vondnct-/bosine* 'thaU will do cltyt'cepnail'yesterdayafteraeee.-tb! ; '

a ,.' as,may, be carried on, tbe"'signs,. of I 1. .. route' -The',Times' ..yj " land.. .He looked ''over 'a large 'portion .\,:muck t varlou n.to.poetecl; : ;along, high* ,"According, frequent. "reports :of the.state--and'finally decided outside painter,: : adjustment,the daim* of;then'a\"f

_". w it 'awy/14nd'thoe..msponsible"torrth., VICES( 'comingfronrKiss'immee; ''they art,,that nowhere were'.there,such; good contractors',. the 'bulkhead--Me*>" ,
t \,.,. signs. are/ ,,Jik..t.cP1'Up' 1UIIbl..rfo' ;, ;. : under the Impression"over there that propositions,:;.a* be >found here, and &&uIiiRtEtEia:' R /Maloney LnRfer.'vThere h.<-
for a'117''rrore.VJIea.tbe. .mistatewent. '. verylittle 'is being done by our commissioner -, lost.no..tlme in-closing the-deal.:: $: [ been 'tentatb-., "anemeDU'anade't be'\A
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,"'are : Otetrort; tovkeep1 Pinedale ,J* In''thelvlclok.of''the tween' all Intereeted. ) '
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": enoe ,,to.be: .drawnlithatttrere/+was .: ,condition.; This'is a mistake, a* ,,the' misrht..be.better to aay that the, fair ; It .understood"at-one'tim. elf 'r idet.iI. "
'originally. 'n .. intention "to-deceive; X ,* TB\' S.r.1aF.eM.rmigA ,8d district road :'crew'and truck has.'buUdlnp-were erected nearPinedale.The .SHOWJESITATION[ w..*'badbeon'"I, ..tJlfaclorilf"f".H'** \.r' .
and ,Wherepuq'slgnIse> ) .variance., 10i;irr a One Hear ':been-devoting from;one .to-two day 'locality i*good-th*Dixie nigh- Y tbe'mattercof dredp: t

c, with'ther'facts the ,Qllelltlo ">. .eor.f J ,. of' naaktfiviaf Day:..lei, ,each "Neek..between'ume.., andth.'O.eeol..eClUnty.line way Vhlch ,is the, main thoroughfare Sonia; ,Entbaslattic' Grower .-: Have rangedrbut and .who ..ahould'aome'ownerahlpwiratnint ; irk ; .
tertn'R ono sit, other alma' jatoet ', w ' andU.road''to +,I'ampal'and"intervening'' -point : discnsshnaIn (: ., "
:; .Prcbvterla Ckarck: III:I '. tB **)' Warned Over:.Weather;Cea. brpught"aerion* : .
,n.tural.. .. ." j' , \ : -helnjr 'regularly'draggedH.. .C. traversing tbe tract; and with, the .view of the",weigbtvmatterild.'er'volved t ; \ '
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Seventeen, mile aouth''of:'.Kl'nv'mee'rsre1 . Following', 'ih'e 'usunt'.. custom 'the l'Ward." "iwho.'operata truck, carry.'pr p.i' improvement of,these tract l ditioss.ad'. ? .Failed. te, .M.ke Sh.. ,.,. and .the. lac t ; ., rl'k
and
thewelcomearches of Da- :ingi; 'freight pasenrer will hathe-:7iY
that rentlrbonntry soon bespopulated. ,
KIstlmmee churches'"' ,'Will have.the '' .,la, t ,LConti .ed. ,,*n.GRICULTURA ; :, ). .
4 venpo 4. the, pillar of 'which ,carry between'here'and" Deer Parkevery The completion',ef.the- paving 1-
information' "I.tbto .other-cities, th.:following' service next :Thutsdayimorning .day,- cavil this 'road'i..in.talrronditon of the few' remalnin6lockaronhe .l :'
1 I., and,)'II'JI': Ont:ofthefranelnr. ; y*: '.;;. en o'clock1in1' '.Pres ( -and that a great:many ears- are1traveling ;. Dixie- Highway 'will,,brlnl';,that ,jugJ.s \fwby'jitvtrai'thatP; how. !- '. CENSUS ._ . .ii )\

..Palm,;Beall'"! Mile*'."; If. that byterlanchurch.:! Rev/'W'iL''' Drewhj' ; I ,this-;nut. all the tjme ,- 'I.(.loeaUty...ry. close In,- and .the new puich,fervor ovee the' proposed ::1S: NOW" BEING., SECURiiDJ.i'Attorne' '
statr>mentui*'. deterring1 trayI'no.doubt'h1h.' { n \.lIynan. .. ,, :"' ;jkndereatimate'.tb.'Importanco'of' this.'In' value once ,the"-r wtb.U. .tart vd.Ther of> thewKlssimm.Nhousewiv.s; <, with '/tiilt on; 'Pledger I!:" lil 110' t. '

; ..uec.*sful(\ if: ;tba inscription':was nRReysdtng; : .: : \ ,; ,cro-atate roadj.They-.have put eon' *ale. wa*'made,through'}b.'' Net fresh farm product there should have biningtkept buy;>ln .ecuninp''data'fot, ,, f
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\, placedtherestoencourage..traveler, "Scrlft tnre-llv.i:;..lRl.: .F. I iderable ,in' :--thevproject; ,>on. $ealtyCompany/; ( ' ' been"acooling: of.theardprno'onebad ; agricultural census ;which I*', be'ngtakenby -':' i91 '
?" Florida It Hodnetti "W' t.. ". \ .. I readx-.and ,they, are';'planning-, put" exilainedxCept .by' keeping ', > .,.' '
to seeall; 'was.a bug < -Mr.;' Forges baa : returned'Ito i ; Sij ; the tt*- ""''J..b c ;
it .blunder fact '
, <" .Wests Palm t Beach.. .(and 'J :XReading t._er. *.can be .worked' -out., In, the,. Jn Kia.lmme whn.,,lfJI. For. but it i* a: that on Saturadr, thpresident natteiv. he'' ia; being, assisted ''m'' the I ,\; ,''
raJ fartherrIs-"*1IS6.* mlles..:-take4by .andef.' "ft. "t ,.r in.,thl* district'hs giving this particular l ;' and making ,their, horn with Hpwell waa r'.oa1y"K'ower' 'who T,- Walter: PadgetC; *v merchant v.ox; w
t uCllrate.wurement; .. ad:' by''ad- -;,Berniott-illevv.{ ;W, : Cole maJt. \ \ road-the'same. attention 1 that,\,, Mr*..,Leoo.Bas*,;),408. Main,*tr.tf;' put in; on .appearance [ThereTwer* Tackiion county, who haa Just,'toss'' ,d' ">
ding'-the'.dlBtaoce to .D Yen'DOrt ''itfwayreadlly Offering*for. Orphanage. VAtK:; I.1 i being. given{ 'the, Dixie, JJI ili way many"dUappoiated 'would-be buyer meted, alike a..ln. '.,It".. ':,.. .
tx-V termined that,'from Cloalng song:. : ; : through the. dIst act!: If-"you; cant boosts'dont' knocklfeSLJlTTliFTil who could not be served by the one Fannersshould. bear in'mId.tbat'u' t'

theV.rch"t C'WRtrpalm': Beach,, U>4"distance Bened.ctloo-Re.W.Jf.: .' DrrnchThis'eerrce'w1Uacupylea , . , man; and Ide stock ,was.depletedt the' ,information+ 'Mln..uch: $. 'bt.G'Y N ; :

,l \that.il i ,'misleading W but 1S..mUe., tv the-' ,.Any extent:>sign; of ,anouruvr', '' 'I.;." ; ,..than- -.., i:'r-r- .(o i",...J ... )'. ;...!.., ., ; .....i. .;,'. '.... ,. ...... .'.!. 'an. tTnesdar,early. filled honr.i wa with*I", ..',d,rain T". ,whose.drlppfeg- mornIng r-! -Ilkl.tla.rinlr"tbi.faan"way'with; ; { data.."ha eo.nty*:'nothing; :..toi., j.\G f; .:

'lei inlfea' In >,:'Journey?of.:184 'tlekhauVA. .V-The'. offering- for; 'thsorphan* \J" ": was +"fI.n" U 1. b.inS' eeeunct aft .t-: "
xl I ." should W.Uber.l'snd'thereahould be : I : cloud*-and again ahem were" many R' '
!" -\alteredA..*jnend.'or abol- able: Wjmrtfor; "the'advanfliMt oc "
., ;;i.he4'l'1wre\ar..aom.'grilles'-f .sell a- large'attendno.. ,aa the service, is ,, .HO: "J-JM'A''i .r.'p' EOLCUOW.r.iM 't. who'would'bav.ibonght'batfor'thediappointniatecof M 'COU1It7'-8U"for., no+'o&rpwJ4: "
tC. \&I'e-DOf. of,}bi. held early?in Border.that'It1''may.:.not "." I thepreviousSatth Asa ,'N. beepitation..bo,1d.bt ..,,:
4r w J'J Jasfl ,.and lIfeIbQ i utt.en1a.tw flsterfera"wttls.{W[+gthfes"pleat. fN t4 ', kt' ,s.. ." :.tt 1_l.'I'M'' ;r.," Jf,; .4"/ 1 i t 'urdsy, : t ..me. Oark,,Hawaii -, .. yuow ta >r!''e.r'\,,,. '..
'dhl. extrwntinestnifaitlmnb. w.-a !
sofir .miles.of'''bad'road.eouthwrd '.t ';. . , . 'ti .d'.. 'IIt.o. was :. t u5ly'sU!_ _' 'a.i ..,<. .
(oK r 2.- said' ;ilwcU"had '
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.m. Y9inea th r.tIOIa, ties half armiDd; n.t.tyoin.,5 However "-, 1"1
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Ek' train **rvice tSre haa bean aet yfroid.iiaiei'te; 'pn, .'of.(.inuiltodr.screvluchUiell. . : ; ... tho.rb.wn.sfertunet..as'to iota.Y''th + c If
u a' to the, : time tot-t4* deaartm ot.the. ". (:.t tdam9 +bvifpr10f' .. It.41 di;:"., '; ': reach.hla-wagon bef.. b*-..-driy .. 1.J1Mt.r.! ma :

.n..'fCl.tt. _,,'.". 'h'l( aenger;train! .fvr,l Sfc",Oeod-aadi, "'.. .<".t'-, "" "- yr, ., :.1..;.w ,*'.t'f l .w I, ,. -qfit. en-nit: byj the'rafar aaceeeaVd. .in Selp- teepl.10.rssd1'tq .,. .' -. im.at'b
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.TWO '" .THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTED_FRIDAY NOVEMBER- l'. -1929rf rr .

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'I'J' t' " : days distant, You have 4 Y, t4tl
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); ,.' 'l hat, sui t., or: coat?\'or dress, \ i w '

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t;, ./ fbr the :various events of the 1'4 't'
.. i ; FTER ii yea find that this repair shop" is always at year: a t '

}r . .. day, or evening, to buy. A. **r "'
/ bility of i4r aeni. e. Well 'help you. ,out sf a hole before ;

'f:: ; Or you may have : to think e ; r Y: ; I,"FoU 1 1yon..jet hits it. if you will let at overhaul your, 'car. .

' of ,linen, cutlery, ; china, Y I''I 1

for the dinner- !-t
glassy are, ; 'j .
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I': :, ) :' table'or' furnishings for the ';," '"' I,
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home- etc.; at a_ = '1';

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This\ : store is thoroly pre- l ; ;;:, .

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'l'mredvith complete stocks 'I ';::r ,
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I of the newest' and best, in
The Grate Mother" e.noept which was TlURllse4 !. tha famous an,
. and poster used by: the American Red Cross In Its second war fend campa lei J' -,
each .. ,,
r department pre- tas had Its symbolism adapted to the Hed Crusa works of the post-war en -- --
find will Illuminate the main pOliter t. t.t used In the Fourth Roll Gall Nvem TT TT-7 ITI -v
sents many favorable oppor- txsr 1125. This adaptation will bear the title "Still the Ureateat Mother It 1
.lie World." Everyone Is familiar with the original "TliB Greatest Mother Ii 4--
' tunities for economical buy- the World" the effectiveness of which hue been shown In part by: the fail \ the Live Oaks
that It has furriUlied a synonym for Rd Cross that tins com to almost s Among ,j
household term. More tbao any other a)nihol. except the red er..sIt.N4 I th
T: ing. {public baa made It the trademark or the American Red Crux ---- ', :
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: An opportunity it now offered i :

I One particular advantage is the large and i KISSIMMEE PUPILS OFFER REDUCED RATESTO desiring a pleasant ho 4 '

t complete showings you find here such as I .IN' SECOND HONOR ROLL JACKSONVILLE FAIR iK Large Room, Kit Pastry I;
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would only of a large depart I .
expect ,
you Report of the honor pupils for the' Jacksonville, November 18. -As Full Quarte to in Ex.sidentiul- 1':.
this. customary all transportation' lines ".
ment store 'second month in the Kissimmee public "
at schools] : entering Jacksonville have announced r
h I Grade 1 : Oliver Brown Helen] I reduced round trip rates for the cel it SectionChance 'k ,{
Hansel!, Willie Moran. Thplma! Yates, annual Florida State Fair and Ex- \ ,r
Yowell-Drew Co. ,.Joe It'itz. Leo Hanxell, Ted Hlrtzel, positionrwhich will beheld here ere lies a charm lawn ./ 1.,
h, !November 18 to 27. 1
John Muller Don Steinbou Leroy
r Simpson, Morris Lee Yowell J. C. These rates-a fare and onethirdfor Car og Live Oaks and Oranges Pecans ti 'p
Cecil I the round trip, are sufficientlylow ... : }
p Orlando'. Lmrpttt Department Storm i Partin Rene Ledbetter. BasilSitnnley I I '" <
and attractive to please the
Baas Clifton Bass, Huber
,' Smith, Emory Tyner. Edward Bowen most exacting prospective fair visitor I are to Secure a Fine Property.., i
Orlando, Florida Jack Hyatt Cecil WclauffhrnarVirginia , and are expected to be the incentive '" ,.. "I
\ Brown, Dorothy Myers Ruby which will bring\ thousands / -
4 Tyson Elizabeth Deyoreo Helen! of people to the big Jail exposition, Apply at 301 Main Street, KisiinmeeMACK'S : :
Robinson De Rheta Alderman. Flem- which: this year assumes an importance i
ine BrooVs, Troy Bronsori, Hubert far surpassing anything ofprevious : !
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The general admission .. 'd
Keen Woodrow Duggar, Howard years.
o..o..o..o.o.._ will be 50c, .. ---
the fair grounds '
j Hancock Leroy Johnson .Pfancli to -- - - -- ;- -- -- 'l 'I
Smith, Edna Barclay, Louse Travis, -, In connection with the low rates, .t..Ot.oooooooo..oooto..tooo.o..o o..o.o .
j and Inez Watson. it is announced tickets: will be on sale, .. 1 t
Second Grade: Dorothy Zeigler. from( all Florida points to Jacksonville -
Ruth Yates Frances May. 'L"iilaey on''November 17, 19, 21, 23, and I
k S. FLO'YD I Joiner Luc;Ie Harrison, Eaten Hirt DANDY CANDY

zel, Elizabeth; Bronson. Howard Hig- fIt. .
don, Frederick Gilbert Mathew Pa your bowels do not act regularly >
vie Billie Bell, Mary Barclay Johi you feel uncomfortable, and the
and Sullivan, Billie Partin Justus Gall- longer this condition exists the worse '
Groceries
.. ,, per Gerald Croxton, J. B. Bronnon' you feel. To' put an. end to the mis- Gee! But. It's Good. ,.. ,
,' Glenn Bishop, James Byrd Edith ery; takeV-Iferbine. It purifleV the '.
. >. ti I Moran, May Lang, Clarj el HipdonSarth bowels, restores'energy and cheerful
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'' "Hancock, Lois Wmdden, .Mr.r- spirits Price,. 60c. ifyld by -Rober... I
,Fresh Meats iraret Whidden, Winnie Tison, Vivian son's Pharmacy : J.]
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:. ." Smith, and Dale Padgett. \ 1'1 Bakerb Broadway ' :
Third,Grade Matilda':Deitt, Lou Among the most curious modes of! ; Home .. -. i. .i .'i ,
isa Muller. Mabel Fancier Annie salutation i. that ot'the Malays and .,. I ,
Ruth Jollier/Alta Ruth Overstreet other Polynesians, ,who' greet' each J ,.
Willie Ma PrinRHe, Lola Pr eke, Ol.Ver other by smelling. _ '
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Carson Haley Duke / -c I :

D .. White; : f Label Coffee. ,'Falls, Marvin, Burton-Watson HoJeornb' Herbert Albert Bass Rogers -,., : :. .. ) <> O <> O. O O .O .. < >, '1.. :: F
.. Harry Bert Dale, Johnnie Drlfc I ( .
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\.1 .r..'.. S' A-TiIi1Will Convince You .of Its Merit. pert.. William William Prath4r Lang, ,Oscar Murray Lee Tyson P.rItlit. -, .. .l" ,

-t"r' : Swain, Billie Smith, Joyce : B j, :j . .",. j
'" 1 .. .1(, ... / .. ( Iris PartIn, Lucile Gilbert,, '" .riH ti1
; \ ,, "' :" 1 j}. Nolan Bratton, and. Alice Bass, . .. I'1:
. Fourth Grade: Charlie Bowen,,
a' rPhone1769; 302 Broadway Ethel yJones, Mildred' Ligrhtsey. Ver.. W'
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\ ; :. Saucer :
\ non.. Westfall; Mspruerit ,, :
1 yVv" . Iraf Slade Marvin Tyner Edie Sea- t F1RANKLIN .. y.
Brattdn, 1 '
ver, Maynard Ponlk, Henry" :
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Invert Bass' Dorothy McCranie, I "'
414 DeMa 'Fleming. Erma Denning, and .
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Elisabeth Steffee. ., "
1: q, N"f Fifth Grade Geneva Robinson, 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline

.r . Tholma Derkman. Ruth Stranb Jose- 12,500 mile to the set of tires ,
rhine I Griffin, Franklin Edwards,. '
50 slower yearly depreciation
r Willie Durham Charles'. Tyson Joe % ,
Dennfntr. Hobble BASS, Ella Quirk,, (National Averages) '
r I1M haul Hirtzel and Mary Steffee.' 4Y!' \_
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Sixth Grades FAg r Beela"d. Hnlin -------- "
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Snyder. Edwin Barnes, France
r ', Bailey, and .Gladys' Barber. f r RUNABOUT RUNABOUT (Convertible) 1 :.; .
Seventh Grade: Julia Ledbetter,, New Price' W400 Old Price $3050 New Price $2750 Old Price $3300 f.
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Miller, Julia
Ethel Owen Geneva F. D. B. Syracuse F. O. B. Syracuse _' ':.
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?A Fair. Christine May Ha el Bass,, ",'
Ii' -Athnlia Griffin, Catherine( ""D nnlnr, '
: Krsclla CooperEva Pringle,- and 1 '
", 4-PASSENGER ROADSTER BROUGHAM t.
NoLee Chancey. v '\.,'
EighthGradet' Rebekah Miller,, NeV Price $25 o Ofid, Price $3100 New Price $3500 -Old Price $4300
Eugenia Akerman Katherine Mose- F. O. 'B. Syracuse F. O. B. Syracuse \ ,',
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'ey Eunice RiversEleoXir,, Rosen,, II
inH Man Louise Snodgrass. L!, .. .-- I"
I, Ninth Grade: Mary Stanley. TOURING CAR. SEDAN t ":
Tenth Grade: Lewis Campbell.
Eleventh Grade: Dorothy Miller,, New Price $2600 'Old. Price $3100 New Price $3600 Old Price $4350F. j :..
r: Ruby .tliver, and Clara Ploetz. O. B. Syracuse F. O. B. Syracuse, 'I ;
+ Twelfth Grade: Dorothy Denning.If "

Get ReadyHAVEl Now .' duo not regularly.
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# : t Thanksgiving- Assist>f Ilerbine.-" theft-)kJt with is'an a fine occoaional bowel' tonic dose 0: What the Franklin; Gives Its \IT r''

Sold b.vRobergon'ty.jFhiyrnacy. -
,I and "laxatfy 1.'t. Price 60s: ; .. .

? ,, \i rigbtRoasttor; pin)< to -' .. Owners Besides Economy ,1

!: ry' saommodate your turkey1the 1" A.cARD F THANKS : .
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$ "J, right Cary& Set for him too.: To tlitPeI'PI.b; >; Oscsola'; County) .... Comfort that, rough road cannot destroy.! .': ''f

; r We can supply:'ievery. Cooking Utensil you I take this frietho! of thanking. i Control that 'tloes' not require strength. ,
each artd)*verv.man hind woman who Tire! reliability *,},_t saves worry and expense. t, 'R
.antforthe entire d dinnerthe right Cutlerytoo. -oted orpine in""the'Oeperal! Election,, Safety that does 'ihot depend upon expertness. ; ,I
: Thanksgiving'I l9t.., : ,
Many ther"-nCcess'ary' Move nbet 2 ) "
from winter
Freedom coolingroubles' and

I", ,accessories: also/'All" arc specially, displayedfthb ... never r)Avish'fe shine: I a to say.vOret, hat or the the Jlilrbt sun will be O ,, Ability t. cover 'longesr- listance in a day. summer OI'

., '. week.. .' too dark'if-fl >?'sWe btninK-flash . AH the resutof y
} -y ''Come-in and gee 2iow'4ompletei r \veca6 Across.the horao'nTtoo fast for me to .. .i J ;
/ 'Hium th iq tAUjt it's In my power '
Franklin Light Weight--FJexlblj v& nstr action--
. .f,11'ytiar neeas. M.s t .. V,dot ..oWith ., Vt- : f .
,' .'.. .' . i'':'; ,. -. ': '> 1. 'a .. ,. my'I1tnBq4.\ ::ocnbularyyr'I. carf9tt .. ; Direct Air, Cooling ". .
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? .1 THE'oscEohA IIARDW 'itt'CO'MfAii; "/ : >, press"Mlh. TOprtciatlon which\ '
I have.for. Ute ones "who were. loyal : .
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;; ; '? t- +! to their oaths 'w.hith *>isv'' took when : thSAM. RAGSDALE : :
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At; The Prmenf PricesAn Lefa, All Chant And that awfully enormous :um'Patean. - ...

apple, a. day Hush little" :bulkheadl'! "' . : ., only an average -. .
n' TAPPING WTOGHTTte: Takes your, surplus' away. .. .Don-'t .you try Fo\'t each,faJr>damose .' ";' y" ,- :. .'
'' r 11-x-:%;'x ,w '-Well. get things settled Less than nine ,cents, a 'day;"" f'I
Sr' rrH"DRN" ... I Don GetYOII C;; . ' B7 : Count them-nine-count vemi. I au'
Says; the Jacltonvulellmes-Un.. ; >:\ -, '. 2Xt- : -4 An* I ..,sed. to know .men I ,
ion Why Write finch Stuff Whi'4 ,pay fifty cttia: day x
rertalniiif To Beauty Short skirts cause .sickness Says the Stuart Messenger,. "'" To merely' secure; red noses,
Female beauties are as fickle, In ,/ to a considerable extent.. ' Isnt h. funny that. "nice Anil: cultivate shape

their faces ehoulda! their minds, ; though- 'Wellj not always,. I. haven't!: been '.,;sweet .youngjwoman will per:;" So.fnucJuout'of proportion' .. .. ,
casualties spare them) are. i I as yet. *1st in' doing things' wearing That every; few'' days' or so ,
brings in a necessity. of decay, $ ; ;Jaaving ':*. J,-X-:t J; . things, saying things and They took out building,.permits..
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"r, Voters upon red and perplexed *
beth Twelve Dollars Per Dozen -I acting things that 'ultimately Yassum. f '
by incertainty. 'in kindness the Scientists say that there are flowers make of her ? continuance of their mistress' that give' light-and' that may be Even, were, the above funnjr I'm The, government poking' fun
and her beauty. both of :which true I don't know But I' dp, know sure it is not true;, in fact, It ,is. so Afthoserfolks, didHhey .
are necessary to. the amorist' ,joy .
there are that'will make bne's false to almost ludicrous.
roses grossly as be
Nosy" if. a'' bit *f paint,
,and quiet.:-Boyle. light-if he su eeeeds.lnbuying; .. Such items' .
started
..... v. purse once go And some nice rouge' -
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ti , aaaoaooao'.aa>ooaaooa a bunch of 'em., Yansum\ ' I tbfl"rounds 'of the press, for many Whatever that may be. ,
.. : :t t-X'c, I I months; each editor 'who .P\lI:4a: the And .few. feet of lip stick,
I Certainly ',Am ,/ ''H. . 'flve-liner in for a filler' hasn't, the And someeye-winker, ,
.4 ONE'. 'THOR 'i9M O I'm glad to'' note thereduced .slightest 'idea'that he ia( polish -
: very casting a And some freckle lotion S ,
a O ri'enr1 person, nhould; I:.be w butfled : prices in all lines. of oods--but-: I'd slur at girls in general. I j and each And belladonna eye-brightener.. s11St. A
like
to know
why the reductionswere .readerseeing the little paragraph And ,
"some violet toilet
O water
who is mentally, pepplcslly, 0-
not made before 'the dealers se- energetically pimhically O every up And a, nice soft nose-dauber,.
O and O CJred'nit the money t had and muchof begin.'to wonder if, really? ,. every Aoi- few more renovators...
dead I caJfllee where' everycemetery what I o' ,"nice sweet woman" to be
was expecting get.Yassum.
would crowded to OIP young ?:!Iameiof'which I am ignorant .
be. ,made, ultimately, "a thing.; . I have
to . Will make K woman appear n Eleveivr .
lh IImlt.-and they'd have be a :
I planted' in eleven layers to get OO t. :t-XHere's -t :t ''noticed-and ,I have'cerc..Wy been As,'if ahe'd lust stepped out
Another Mebbe __ around to some extent-that It isn't Of home high-class magacinelWell =
Vm all Inside the fence. Oa I've -flint thought of this one. Meb. i the girl who comes right out and hasa here's my nine cents r

aaoaaaa be if William Jennings Bryan had good time puts her heart and be With some more' on the 'way!
oaaao. ++ $+ practiced sittlng"on the porch for six ing into some enjoyable Any: dunned old,government
I I-XBachelors :t months every four years and saying and wears her dress, possibly, the That'll ,make faces .
', Refused' To Vote nothing he, might by this time have short her sox the loudest, At.the-folks paying th'
The Perry Herald "..y."Not a becomes wages
been that what
scratching an ex-president's ultimately the And all the overhead .
expensesIn
colored in the entire '
single person head time it itched. Who Messenger and I'm in '
every says; saying the .J
( way of luxury revenue) ,
count voted Tue day. Mebbe all I '
knows addition that the number of mighty
Don't have
I, good boss-sense.
r the ried.eligible colored voters were mar :t -x- good girls who are undeservedly If the women have.a desire ,{,

l r' t1: t t Any Old Majority Safe _. i maligned by some nosing busybody To 'spend what they save "
+ I notice that throughout Florida of the "lips-that-touch-cigarets-nev- By shortening and skimping
Some Crazy Fer It
all papers-or i 111\0"rwp f them, .any- |er'll-touch-mine" class is altogethertoo On their dress materials
The Orlando asks
Reporter-Star :
each riectanng'* large. I'm' a booster for: the girls Andin "
Pie homemade liquor increasing; in way-are )) our county other things
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and women all right-Just as I am I
Not in bo was democratic by a ate majority. Not so much in evidence,
house not
sanity ; .
In my mansion. To my be frank: with the It seems to me that any old majority for Kissimmee and r Dsceola' county On buYing stuff that goes
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"I thank .
is safe--for the fellow who it. you.SEVERAL Where all it
'world I dunno. how to get the stuff gets may see -
at a price I can afford. Nosslr. Why. even the majorities in all I :t t-X-t :J I'll vote in favor of it. (

:t t-x-t :i I: states to the north of us were "safe"!' WORDS OF WISDOM There's one thing mighty sure- ,((1 .
Nice Young Fellow Too -don't you know they were? I (American women- spent $750,000000 They don't spend their mazuma
There was a young man in Kissim- t 1-X-I :I: last year to rouge their cheeks For any brand of chewing tobacco, 'ftkAvenut'NeicYorlo
f- mee- Barkis Is Willin' 1 I paint their lips, put a dab of powderon And I'm saying- right here
Mix sweethearts! all called him "Dear If Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis their noses and make themselves That I've never seen a case "liir
Jimmy;" of Chicago doesn't really care fragrant with perfume.-Associated Where chewing tobacco .
about taking that $50,000 offered Press Dispatch.) Benefitted man's :
He stood it right fine- job a complexion 2 *
j 110;. But at last drew the linn- him by the baseball tribunal" \> I 'Well. what of it? Or helped his shirtfront
J, "I'll never." he said,. Study "himt koow where there i iM a deserving man It was worth it, wasn't it? I Consequently I make bold to say cigarettes. ;
F icy!" who could, I feel assured till (ho On a basis, from the census, If women spend $750,000,000 ,
I : t-X-t t bill. Modesty forbid me. naming the You can figure out, can't you. Every twelve monthsIn
"* Average. Is Mighty; Encouraging candidate right off the reel-but 1 There are about 25,000.000 womenIn beautifying themselves.
I,.' The combined circulation of The know that once the contract was the whole United States It is. without doubt.
Klfiaiminee Valley Gazette and th't' signed I wouldn't care a durn how Or thereabouts? Well worth the money.

"i Saturday Evening. Post' is 2,221,500 much sliced bacon cost; I'd have :'t I've never counted 'em- YasHum. Everybody Who b Aabody'Adnrt Their *Wa.t .fa t1,. VsJUy Gash
four limps YU But I know more'n million thank
t copies each week. This makes a a day. !
i. splendid, average-and it is newllci) .'
to add that the circulation of The '

Gazette is growing very nieelv, ,
thank you. I
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It Cuttingly Does _
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sandspur i is that when it starts to .
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J create a sensation it always sticks -=-
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te the subject till it m pried aw..,-.
;. Still if 1 had Noah close at hand .-
'1 and happened to think of 't' I'd surer
f. h his none, in a bunch of 'em-just tlI

y to him for carting them erlong. ,-S, I
in his ark Yassum.t .
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r .. By-Word<< Depredated .
Not so many months ago the peo ;'," "
who desired to put on airs and ,
hint that they "were somebody"
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used, to ejaculate, loudly! : .-
thing. went wrong: "Oh, sugar"d ! .. :I, .
But as that substance slowly drop- p"i
ped in ',8111<< so did the use of that Y Fr M R
expression l'crooee. With hopes of ,
y E, like conditions I'd politely suggest! ..
that we now adopt as a slang expression
L : "Oh, eggs!" I thank you "
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Fraid I'm Not Dlppt'd. 1\ ..

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4 We visited The Kfasimmve ", I ': : l ;'
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Valley *.1 i.i .. 'I. .
long ago: and we don't thinkthey're .,J.. fii''" .., \,:'-
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r treating Thorn just -. .. ..
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free cattle country ....
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,, Yepl! Ain't that th' limit ? Pear' \ : '; ')
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that I'llbrowse"erround a bit and .' ,.' aI

get loco-else thev keep me penned .,. '
.:. .. for fear some one'll break and steal ,"""AJIt't', ,/ ,,''_,',' '. ", ;
me. Uh-huh. READ.l;: : ad \-p '.' _F
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There's Miscalculation Somewhere J I ,':" : :;"1"-': .;. 'jf
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asserts that there- j ''. :
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Ffraten A close !examination 'of my .. / .tJ' .;t,. !..,. ,,1'I',,' ,' ,1\.

wad runr-intj shows.: the! me foilfcwin tHat I'm* classified, justified in in CERTCATE' ( A"'UmE' N11' ; "".. .,,. ,;". .,','to"!, .._,' '. :'" L > ): ," ."'

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LOST. STRAYED, OR HIKED I : .\ \

AWAY: From me, according to f C ;t .. ; . s.'$..' we
federal statistics $47.09 .of my '


't sadly like good to money.minus get -It When and back last/seen I mighty sure it would soon.was f ) MISS GLADYS RIC has certified: the Official' :;; '.t '


right BrlnnA rtow to-The please.Bo .. .Gazette. offlce-- I \- ,_ _. Laboratory Model of the New, ''Edisonn/that' is; ..'> ;",

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r Mot. It Re . .. '. 'now in otir store. She has signed one:o'f! these'Ce_ '
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Says the Saint Petersburg Times: ..... . : -: : ,:

., Not every girl ,who wears tificates of be Presented with' i J!
a long dress is knock-Vne..d I Authenticity this ( ':
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for mit, there suspicion is considering _. instrument, It guarantees that such instnimeot, :is':: t r r


Immediately present-day prior smiles.to rendering a .. '.<< I an exact duplicate: .of the New :Edisons. ;, which i -'tti-1:: *:.",:\ .

verdict should have in favor to see.of the the evidence.It defendant I "-i\ :: umphed at Miss Rice's tone. t s&ivT,: ,/ ,3 sHiy.( ',<;<> '

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WAS Pope, I believe who once wrote: s.'At... .

blast"To me of b sland'rouatongues-.lon'rs the care to,*!shun and I'mame the ,(, \ November 9, at the Casino Theatre"anil"that "it is >".,;; : ,.'.

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with the .
standing mitting; that .ii. capable sustaining the same test. .* / I !.&
the only .
time I'm a :: : :
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Times claims to be :"damning withfault ,.\, :wJ:
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Jest Listen'To This :;'J. ,;. ; .,. ,a1ie"; ; 'NE'r.:] EO-ISOtlN ., r44\j j,1: ' 'fllt ar 1 a4 :.. ';. r 1
of.Chlcasha
Judge It. K. Davenport, "I I .' I.. I, " 'I.." t" ,
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The grand jury . : ...it' f .' ,; :. ,
for. the act. The district , .. .'
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court found that the grand jury hadn 4- :;' "The Phonograph, with a Soul r.. '. .

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dismissed the case.. Upon appeal thesupreme w-. : <: 1l
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court upheld the decision of y'S.. of
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the lower court And Judge Davenport '" .' ,... .. .' .. . ;'"' ,,.... :\I'\"I'\ ?,,...,.I- ti." ,
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stock of stenographers . : '" ... ', '.' ., ,.' .I
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practice so ... .. ..:.... t. :
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: holds out. J. knew ,a district 4 Z: ; "; ,. '" ". "By) Miss Rice r-" "" fl'". ; I' ". .'f"-. .. ".

I prosecuting, 'attorney r t on, the ",, ; ''': <'vd, '".i; oJ .... ., ,,,)"', ., .. . f" :; .,I I t ''k" "! t... ."i' "?':'
r east coast) ...who had that b.blt-and ." \ ; '{' .-:.. ... .;;':t, :...' 1 : '. \'.' ,. .".' ." .. ("'.. ;;" ', I,. .

seemed to get .a wWrtwtth/-it{if It'. all' forma right ; -' ,'<' \ :, C". ;. ; :':. ,: :' '.w,'. 'C. ': ; . .. . ,, h.... . -. ,.., '-1', ', .:. ,tY'. t''t.-:' >- \jiJ>\: ::' !'"
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for a judge and 4-ttresecutlnr .. "' J -, : r.r''ir,! . fJ\.f',' !
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.iwm THE KISSIMNtCE VAl' e'"' ".vrTtR ,..may, NOVEMBER r i'a -- ._.
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-: WITH BULCE PACK: .t' the. Gtlrens"- Bank' comer and ,desires to reach the corner'where is locatedthe
SHIPPERS WILL CONTINUE
kiS l.LV1lvl 1 rl VALLEY 'GAZ TTE.ed : :photo ..tudio'.of Wilder: The only itwo "proper" ways to make and the

,, vn CARELESSNESS in, :'\andKnf citrus shipments, was ,admitted by I the crossing. are to make the corner occupied: by' the old bank the ,vacant building,corrier tr
and greater losses, th.n then turn directly to the left--or to cross Broadway Jo ,
,,..... Every FrMay railway'representatives as being the cause of more Those he
By KiniauMe VaBey Gazette i Compaay. ? .Kissmaiee! Fleriea was the "bulge pack" itself when there was 'a gathering at Orlando for a and approach" the studio by crossing Darlington is to avenue.jay-walk direct are to )the ;
.. methods. The unsafe plan
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safe' and
traneporlatioo"companieThe
the sane ;
conference the .
t'' C. G. V... Aoew Secretary general between >
PmieW thoroughfare conserves
W. B. Hams one
meeting was 'largely attended, by.gpowert: and shippers from all citrus diagonal Corner. The: tatter plan saves crossing of allsorts .
drivers
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M',, W. L. Taaracfjke, Editer' centres 'of the state and the railway,' of this state and 'other states were -. few steps, knocks off ten .econds.'time, wOlTies'the in the centre,"of the .
decided that i the of vehicles, sometimes maroons' 'the pedestrian ,
Subscription Rate: strongly represented; the transportation'concerns: having of
and
: One COPY. One. Year....,!._._.._.._._.:...___..;.__?.______,1..),.____....$2O0 1.00 'losses they were forced: to, settle could. be greatly lessened if the bulge pack crossing* where he may'' converse with" the silent policeman partakes.
?' Six --- : the nature of "small town stuff.
One Copy Month..u.w.: ..... .1>0 was done away with. The habitwill
j. 'n. Copy, ,Three : _, It was claimed by the railways that\ each 'year there was being paid ,- Let everY pedestrian make it a. rule to avoid jay-walking. .
-ai lesser importance'Hhthere'is
of
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I, (lCnt.r id. at the ro '.fflc, at KI.-'mee. Florida as .t'COnd.el... matte.) in settlement of damageclaims at l least. one, hundred million dollarsI quickly spread. )In all large e.-.nd' in some and
r of jay-walking; infringe
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ordinance against the practice
tendered show what portion of that amount was an
CAmmunloajtlon .oept' from our '.utti'orlamlt' uorreipond. meet be there were no figures tp for the first offense, and:.a .fine
.All "shown of of the will bring censure
photographs
There ments measure
y sinned by the writer chargeable, to the Florida .hlp nenb. were of '
V, detected matter wiy not. bo returned unleii! called ter.. some of the damaged bulge-pack fruit of' the state-..but there was also a an for the second. Let 'every* Kissimmeean get out .of the practice jay. ...: u

Ad".rtl.ln..R'p..I.'j. ; ;;'! admission upon the part of 'the railways lhaV" poor handling and improper walking. .. r
I omen -- ---+
K, THEAMgKICAN_PRESS ASSOCIATION I J. handling and careless handling' on the part of the railway employes was 7 -------- rlhe '
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the cause of a very.Jar e percentage of the losses. The railways admitU .ooooooooooo..O.OOOO.OOOO..o.OOO.ooo.OOO.'
' FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1920 also that the morale of the transportation companies was very low--and r

-- .,. - .-, . ... - . .. .- --- that every possible means were being taken to .improve it\; while there was Tayior'ystem
KISS1MMEE IS READY TO "GO" an admission, also that on some of the lines the employes used cotton .
hooks in the moving of the crates.
GRADUALLY Kissimmee it realizing that there mutt fee a general feeli.c < So much evidence was offered by the growers to show that the 10lSei I CASH aiwf CARRY

s of co-operation if the world it to know still more of( the multitudes of Felt by the railways were largely due to lax methods of handling, together f
that have been resting "for their second wind." Ten yea sago with the proof that if there should be prohibition of the bulge-pack there LINE OF
BEST
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opportunities the and shippers ( fully a half million dollars 'WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF THE
loss o
there were few spots in Florida more talked, of than Kissimmee; Ror would follow a to growers I
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there to be found any localities where there seemed brighter oppc a year, that the representatives of the various transportation compani '
were
'ifv unities for the building and maintenance of a great city. Then there came decided that no attempt would be made to insist upon any change in the I I Fancy Groceries
period of nonprogre.jusl as there comes t to all towns and cities i in present plan of shipments. The railways asserted, however. and the growers -
( a the declaration, that l in the future there shall be a strict eorcemenl IN OUR TOWN '
the entire United States: and when a locality or a community or a city town does not move ahead it slips back. There is no such thing as re- of the provjworu limiting the size of the bulge' in .ccord.nce __- _' "I .
business commercial centre is coeerned. vith the agreement entered into in 1918.
far
were" or
aining; "as so as a
a you Private._packing houses and exchanges are as a unit in declaring that Out" Front Door Specials

The fact is& and it is always best to face conditions precisely as they he meeting of the combined interests was a most beneficial one- and the the J' .. ,
are, there has been a lack of( those who'll say: "See what we are ac- rsults were satisfactory in every way. Shippers have insisted that This week will be lower than for the put four years. Come aDd'lie -
complisling'! and a surplus of those who will say: "HuhI' There's nOlh-) "ulge. if not too great was a benefit rather than a detriment to the cilrus : them.
iug-d ing-.n' never will bet"! This is a fact, Facts cannot be dispute ontent ; and there is little doubt that those who have been presuming .B '
4 been much "self"and too little "service." There has beeR little more and a little more of a bulge as the shipments continued without' FRIDAY I SATURDAY

There too much has factionalism too and not enough fraternalism; too much fear and remonstrance will lee tl unfairness to the entire business proposition and j jwill 24 Lbs.: Pillsbury _---_-_u_____-_- --- -- ---- - _ _____ _$1-85 I

not enough faith. "Faith without works is dead." Other cities have bee stick very closely to the restrictions of( the law. I 4 Lbs.. Cranulated 'Sugar u_____ h __ _________ - u. "" --- .50

_, through the same |period of hibernationand have emerged chastened a STILL IN-TOILS' I 10 Lbs White Corn Meal__________ --- --------- - ------ .39

bit it is true, but with a firm determination to make good; and whe..lltat I NEWSPAPERS. 10 Lbs. Hudnut Grits ____________ __ __ _____ .-- -- -- - .39

feeling becomes universal success is as sure to follow as daylight chases< MORE than thirteen hundred small weekly publications 'have ceaseo I 10 Lbs. Fancy Rice _________ ___ _ _ __. __ ___ ___ _____ .75 -

up the There rising has sun.never been a better time for a revival of all business nlerests j exist within the past twelve-monllt', according to the latest and most reo 100 Lbs. Butterfat -*.--___ _____ __ _ n___ - -- u----- 3.60

,t i in Kissimmee than the presqnt. Not only business interests ,but a liable data -and unless there shall be a lowering of the price will at which I : 100 Lbs. Shorts _______,----------u----u-__ - 2.90TAYLOR'S
that the supply contmi !
is old, and there shall be a probability
who'll ;
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other interests. It is he time for a general awakening. man paper> added thumber :. '
"boost" should "budge." It is no time for riding backwards in the even at the outrageous prices asked there will be many more to
not
;, train and viewing what has been passed; face the other way as the Car I, within another year. During the past four years there has been< I
of Chancy pushing along- -and see what lies in advance and figure how I an increase in the price of stock upon which all newspapers are printed

to grab it. Let us stop occupying the observation platform on the re; r I of something more than five hundred percent and there are continuing I KISSIMMEE HAINES CITY
the cowcatcher for awhile dnd I ven to ,this present day small increases in the veiling price to the printer.I!
afar back riding
coach and looking ; try the . ? }: +.W-t fi r:++++++
costbecause manufacturer
the whole surroundings before arriving. That will mean business and I here n a reason for( some increase in the paper : t64{CAMG04?d C J 4??C

see Dimness will mean Co-operation ; AND CO-OPERATION WILL MCA! finds ,that the cost of his raw material has increased as the suppl) -. -.- --
; where the haul
"erame depleted or could be secured only from distances
?; BUSINESS! and ,this condition is bound to continu .
long and expensive; .
Let us. 'then. be up and /flocking; was very I
Aim for big things; plan and do '1m;; Thai 14 why the paper industry in Florida is bound to be so great a succe
e And when obstacles seem blocking and the several mills for the manufacture of newsprint from sawgra \ R. G. MINICKDruggist
j the I be sold at a fair
: Shout: "Cotne on. boys, let's go through 'em'! Kill find themselves in a position where product can '
.. price and yet return large dividends to those who have backed their faith I,
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hy their funds. The tests have proved that sawgrass pulp possesses all the
;- MANY CITIES DESIRE THE BAPTIST HOSPITAL >!cod qualities of woodpulp, will actually make a better paper, and where
-- are required for a tree 'to reach a sire where it may be u.tili7ed<
r NUMEROUS cities in the southern portion of Florida are exceeding) (many or the years making of pulp the sawgrass requires only as many weeks. The S '
anxious that the committee appointed to select a site for the maqnificeiperfectlyequipped pulp> stock in Florida ii continually growing over millions of acres- aif.H d -y' ]PEcI1LL: : ..

.'hospital to be erected by the Baptists shall visit theu : continue to grow; and while there will not be a papermill in every 1 locality MAXIXE CHOCOLATE COVERED
I, communities before the recommendation shall be made and listen to the : where sawgrass abounds there will be numerous places where the pulp 'I
s' f 'overtures and offer to be made to that body. Every city in the state reognizet rill be made ready for such mills' in this state as may be running. Not only will MARASCHINO CHERRIES
) what the erection and maintenance will mean for the locality which he publishers of Florida be assured of a plentitude of 'print-paper but '
shall be. so fortunate as to bo selected. There is less beinc.:said and dos" from the enterprises now under way there will be a supply for many pu I Only 89c .

i, in .KJssimmee in. thi_' regards than in several other cities that might b(' ishers adjoining'' slates- -and at a price I less than is now being quote) I and the best bargain in candies ever offeredto
a the site for such investment. It is Irue the that hasbeen : This is the fastest-selling
pained-yet' city is logical an printpaper--will solve problem the
y The sawgratjf paper- ;soon the 'trade. We trust our supply will be large enough to meet
;; "' that other cities may offer a larger bonus-and propose greater inducemen,, worrying the publishers of Florida, and will add another to the many sale.
but it i i. nevertheless fact that Kissimmee should b, demand for this
-thai);JCiwinam*Et) a roducts of the state.
no means, be, neglectful 1 of this opportunity to get into the limelight. .:... -- .- --+-.---- NEW PERFECT SODA FOUNTAIN '
There:"ahouldbe'} "measure put through the legislature by Ola AVOCADOES SHOULD BE LOW-PRICED Our Soda Fountain i is the Most Perfect Fouhtain built. The refrigeration ( .. "
be obtained anhorizing thei commit.. fountain will\ be served} .
etbu.b eans thproper"fund can 'I is, absolutely perfect.' At this you (I
t ironer? to l levy a One mill ttax on each assessment for the next five! years- CALIFORNIA has .a grower at Monrovia who plans to bring the .,,0'. 'wi. b the verybest of,drinks, A complete assortment of( Crushed. ash
? theen.tij-e'usum fo be devoted to 'and tendered the, committee as a goodwi ado: or alligator pear, into universal use as an all-year (ruit-'-and at'II t Fruits. of Best Qualities. 'And Perf clly' Sanitary. '' ,. ,\
.faring via .ie the hospital .shall be erected here upon the scale that i is price which will justify ill -'seneraJ', consumption; and there se. no reason ;in FOR COLDS* AND GRIPPE: .
SOME'GOOD SUGGESTIONS
now, 'contemplated. 'This might meet with" some condemnation upon the the world why Florida, especially :adapted to the culture of that rich'pr Mustard
fi+ part of'the roore:'conservative: but once the effects of such an institutio uct, should not follow suit in making a rate that Will increase the use-. Laxative Aspirin. U. D. C., Rexall Grippe Mentholine Pills Compound Balm. .
a might be felt throughout the county there would not be a propertyownerwho istead of charging such high prices as are made in many communities. Ointment, Bronchial Salve. well-
a would refuse to 'admit that every acre of his holdings had increased The culture of the avocado is not expensive--nor is it difficult whei All the best a* a preventative. Our stock is large and' we are

Very largely, in value because the county contained a fine hospital with limatic conditions/ are conducive. Trees of avocado are proliferous- equipped to serve your every want. .
moctera equipment. A contribution of this sort would make the gift aieasy''one and there have been propogated many varieties- even though it is'not asyet Best StorePHONE
and,It would do away with the necessity of days and weeks of. all-year ,fruit. As for the price the fruit brings the figures depend ei- At Kissimmee's Drug

private personal, soliciting. It would obviate the necessity of conductin rely upon.Ihe anxiety af the consumer to "have something out of th 3 ...
'one .of)(the' wornout .driv.." which have been the bane! of all classes omen rdinary.." To illustrate this assertion it might be said that six weeks ..goin I "

,tagd.;women;,.and the. people most benefitted by increased values of i West Palm Beach: one of the fruitstands was charging 25c. 30c. and 35c
the ptbporty"ownedsby the promotion of.n institution which would be tor a single fruit-while on the same day at Lauderdale forty or so miles '_._- , t
heralded. the 'world 'over would: be the ones to pay their. small! tribute. tothe i south fruit.of the same sizes and quality was selling at 40c, 60c and . .
r Kissimmee'',would' then learn I that only by doing rbig" things are othe 70c. a dozen.. And the dealer selling at. 70c the dozen said that he waking .. 4

s; big i things coming to this county.... The man who would be willing to pay!' a nice profit--while the man .selling at 35c each, ($4)-per dozen) A Penny Saved isPenny I
.oe. 'hundred dollars .will find thathe will btI'c.lled upOn" for less; and th declared he "was just breaking even." :
person who' would. give- nothing, yet would find his property worth ten pe- Until the gt' wens of Florida determine that the avocado .b.hbe puton -
,fir eeettmorethan before the hospital was located here will be ,forced to p.y: the madtal1 T reasonable prices the demand for that fruit will be Ire.tly; : '. 'q Earned! ;

his prorata, The.burcJen would be so light upon all that the excess would limited; yet as soon as some of the larger groves already set, shall corn .
DOtr.bt Jelt.Th..... is no,actual 'assurance that Kissimmee Coil) be select* fence to fruit that time rnust be reached. Then 'but a year or so' will btI '
,s, as the most,suitable s te. It certainly will)) not be chosen unless there af< squired to teach thousands of people the excellent qualities of this rid ,

r some sign of encouragement hown by some united action upon the par uit-and there 'will be opened a market for the avocado that cannot butted THE CUT PRICE GROCERY-WILL DO THIS FOR ''OUb ')i
c \,of the- people;' 'and tireless someone shall commence an agitation of the< for ,many years. At the present time however, prices' are alto ; :,
,c* right 'sort there will-be* no one t..take the initiative in this project. The ether; "too generous" to allow any extensive consumption of. what will ONL y' '

y meeting" .of ,the .committee! is to ,be held in Kissimmee next month-and iU it ultimately be a valuable addition to the world's fruits." . FOR. CASH.. ,,'
; f roaljreueotia1thak'atep' ,by those most loyal to the city shall be taker '. I r

; at an'-carry. ,,.date,* LAW-BREAKERS' MUST HAVE 'A CARE 5 Pounds granulated Sugar,:
s r .;. r* .t I. \. .
.NAME OF ,ORDER IS BAD PUBLICITY BECAUSE of the preelection'promise made by the newly- lecled<

J ti S w 'fl ",. : ':, 1 "! .lT sheriff that he would devote himself to the weeding out of all those who for 6Oc ',
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'JACKSONyTLLEj;:(s receiving tome bad publicity throughout the presi. may make a practice of. breaking the law ,L. R. F armer".w..'elected'to 611the with worth of groceries -..
,' of the entire, GOrtb'l'eprdidg.th. bunch linked for some specific intent un sheriff's position in OsceoIa county: Bfcause the people flocked to'bin every one)Collar'a. .

"t der.. a. ,title, of."Ku-Klux-Klan." Whatever may be the purpose of the .0 stronely'"very'p'recir:: ct .in the county: gave him majority with omxeptlon .

organization.. it' is agreed 'that' a' poor choice of naro s was made. There -it may be taken as a foregone conclusion that the people believed 6 Lbs. Hudnuts Meal ___ !,_____--____________________.__$ .25

nayeYteerreports'; that the name was primarily selective l to provoke cut : pledges and, also that the vast majority desirethis count; 6 Lbs..JGrits '___________.i____________________________ J>5'
.iosity./aBd I that _the primary object was to form an organization for inurancerrthat. to I be paced with the other counties in the state that believe in law enforce 2 cans No. 2 Tomatoes'..*:._,,______________________?---- .2$
i ;. after joining the' order the word was sprung that the whole lent The duties of sheriff are sometimes not pleasant-but as an officio l lit l 2 can Pork and Beans___:.________,____________________ ,25 ""
.thiDe.,was ;the inception of some clever workers to promote beneficial or sheriff ii bound to do his duty unswayed by either foes of friends. Thi I 2 Lbs. Lima Beans -_____,.-.'l.-------------. -- ----------- .25 I .
a 'derT;*This. ,has"been. denied-.and other motives have been ascribed to the is owed to his constituents by any .heriffand if he. fails to carry out wh hi.work .I, 6 Lbs. Water-Ground Meal; _____-___________________-?-- .23

''--Jy'-'" ' he is subject to .public' censure{ and in the case.of Mr: Farmer' 3 packages Macaroni! __-_.j,.____________________________ .25
"Brut.whatetirer.rgay be ,the aims of"the order, and whatever may be id .reared the voters that he would do these things, the 'public' has.every tondence FLOUR

';, tenets, the name possesses but small drawing qualifications; and the class. : such things will be accomplished. Osceola county is to be 'renovated, Best Self-Rising. 24 Lbs. __?___________________________ 1.75
1.11 of people who will be attracted to it is vastly less in number than those as it were; purged of( all that may detract from its excellences: every ill Best Self-Rising.( 12 Lbs.------------------------------ .99

te !d who will be frightened away from all localities where it exists. It is by ndition removed as rapidly as it may be found-and. special effort beinade Pillsbury. 24 Lbs. ________._______________u___________ 1.80
4. 'no means a difficult task to select a name for an organization that bean. to find it. And with the majority of people back of him the sherifat Pillsbury. 12 Lbs. __-.L---------------------------- .95

no unpleasant memories,-that will attract instead of repel--and no mallet is to be is assured that his every laudable act will be applauded. Gold Medal. 24 Lbs. ._______._______________ __ .1 1.80Gold
,.y 'what may be the aims of the organization there is no doubt a less suggestive Medal. 12 Lbs. .1; ------t-----------------------: I I.IIIIII 95.
U 1" name would have accomplished precisely the same end. JAY-WALKING PRODUCTIVE OF ACCIDENTSWHATEVER .

% r Jacksonville was, not wise-nor were those living, there-to make ai Everything else accordingly. These Prices are all Cask Prices.
; "head-liner" what really affronts the major portion of'the people. one does there should be no jay-walking in the street
of f Kissimmee. Such action promotes the liability of'' accidents and bother) "

FOUR ESSENTIAL PRODUCTS OF THE FARM the drivers of all varieties of vehicles-. even though this city has unusu.llywide CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY ..

streets and avenues.A .
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least four of which the farmers of Osceoli jaywalker is one who crosses the avenue diagonally in place ol ,
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THERE at
t' arm crops that he should PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY
r ; toonuch.. These rice, sweet ailing at right angles .A jaywalker'acts -on the principle
.scouDty'eanDOt; ;rpduce. are cassava peanuts the '
shortest possible between two given points regardless of Ont of Town Orden GJea'Prompt Attention. J
;+y -, potatoes: There, are many ore-but the intensive culture of 'a large take the way An!I ,
: < of will the fame' that, ensue on the possible inconvenience he may cause. SALES AND! . +
them QUICK .
'y! . .acreage of tbcsefoBr.orany; ope or two place ) =agog may'' j SMALL PROFITS .. % tt ,,;
.7 ;1I' roq: tbe .trnt'UUed\'Ea..hoaa walks are as velvet, sad.wboset shade ii I thereiD lies 'a'-heap of trouble for all artiea. 4 r-ry, "... .
; ,',, 'M Comfort,';'Vi.1v' To illustrate 'precisely I what: jay- alking it supposethe.'pedestrian; i i.<" .,... .... ',;. ; I""'
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1' r t., _ 'THE:K1SSIMMEE:VALLET:,,CAZ.. TTZ.;I FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER If, '1929 ...... . _I

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{ OR' lD l)QJ iSITDRL MONDAY : IV. I FERTILIZER JIUUNA '".'.. .J
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.. VI '. ,. ..,.... t 'f1'"f .11:,& .... WILL SEE CIRCUS, PARAbEwh.d 'f WILL' PROVE" BENEFITAfter .i f. '""
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L : ; A'Iie' tidk'i" L the. 'etreu.-tlaa.'votCed ealliopa.yea -' east. 'January--1.---"-1921.'airmailtifacturers 'To '.
forth.: next :
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: ,. ._ Y MAodajujnonUnc kDthirtyo start .I and ',importers .of 4 commercle.1'fertilisers -
F ---_" ...-' ,...-...-. ,... *f"- p'A''A ifc the parade there wiirCb: many. : r "whd Inmfce: -applicationIn 'i
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.. I ti ..cry: 'Welcome |o '.ur City" .to : ,, Florida 4o'* .! .. ..
I c w..i- brands-ot fertilizers on January f of
*' Big the skyscraperelephant
Zuluf .... ui w... .
Ierrer each year.' It q ar.dpidot Section
of
and members the two ,
No..A t ere r elephant herds. It, will be the finest ''Sddea Sick :ati of. the Vtrmntt"La.-b fOKt.fJ tt4 1

: t circus parade that his been gottHiaft ,feting them to. sale. .Jn tp .\4 t., ;
7 t the.front steps and sidewalks'forsin WATCH'J'ftuk'' BLOOD CONDITION: laN.t rate 1. their'".applldylldittb.apeclfoJ 44 I
[: 1 age.' 4 J* : -reenta& of ammonia aid I t '
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{ You ,are -, ;, Trhere wilT be 'the 'band wagon'1 In J \ ""
... sup.c.tfS the lead with its ten dapple gtaya tf.Te;: LXk Pale. ,. Feel.' C4e*.r 4 :! 'i"rW t

i 'f' a ctlonw ie t r: Dotted here and there don thel'rektf. iI .R.....lk, Take '......Maags& r \.IHIIt. ...ramoft1&'J.". ".. .
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re-other ,>aods.r n 1I': TJj't".J.iW.UIt'.
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:/ : / '| |- "e"'pe" I' t. i :' :: dtlMallline .. n..., 'ar.,.elsphantst. ,,." ,; '' nr"W' .
,' "-"ur"'f\-1"-- ,, .' t. .adAiomenwla. ta'tUiNr doe! .itabl. .
; mftd .
; Ig .,. eJ"ell. ponies high Bte p.t>lfcg: ..You M . ass '
l-r. . --t "" t ottni bbred. There' wiU };be ft*.: never :*i -4.They--'work b.ft"k, irndai: ; ".
I, hundred winner from ,tbe.wWIp pwiod when,*'Taajoriolflc o any
: robuat.r.tI:rind enjoy'life. .
j < ; : 1z.' stock shows>Menag.ril'tcstN: The*, ha< leh. red bloW "'r : ". 'i
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: J IN.sTAiT yp. 8Cated t..,. CI01I1'.e r
.id ''beaulUful tableaux,"wagons"..ad ;Thai..M pIeMJo..oa never ill.weak' .'T OtU; uWVI }
,. ., : npat-rhpkndentl t"9L1"c nd',_ t alOll breoMRaYl1IR41er'Y..r.::
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J t411'-7f Int.l'llper 'ln"'t ....!Map." 't povertshed- ilwr'Mve''a' ..' hould a farmer desire l to purchase:
blood ?
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: t quantity f ..
: 4 :Abe rfonn.nee' Morvl. pttr. ,
,IA : , ,. niggle.- They go from ojne
- foria
'' ammonia and content
I f.... t . .. noon We o'cI k..Ddt.1ftth..n eliknpss. >|o another. Children the potash thM
e rs : 1# .' ing. .-!-.ljhli .o cI oqk. the! ; i -"" ,,, quick growing.'rtoppjl*"| arwaterlmelons !
I doom Jrttl and ,1 i to .'permit .44f .". .,Jsee* ..your .blood ! '. in:the changevv g use a" .tIS Jon ;''of"menagerie-and red. you'll'enjoy.full-. ...DI..... he .can readily. determine frortr the
'I. .. horse sir'' fpr 'whlck.'tht.: | I circus ,iltaiID. s has .littld chance .Iri analysis 1 Jttg..."..to.gbe!,used. under J the
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.' 1 .. ,111 I\tw 1 regulation, T whether a certain
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re' .. ... "" ty :blo,I 4l
: r- -- vA.oon.aayou feel npn- .! .d'a
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"1 td down> Ufli: brand of '.rtlll. Would b* suitable
.1g W-M'.ftPItlor 'awhile.
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the: '.... :e..istt\ ate) 'f im "ff'FAVflRITE/APER 1: /r:!: 'J' ''j Jt'wIlled| Vneeded'roul""laooct.'''+trf! create with arfgood th:! vngrMient .!!.: nnwmU( "iertvej?trpnVT TCtSfcWsoda. ; ". : _4
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: t \ an 'ingredient In .a--fnik<
.Trlbune" .' !!
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1.\,. because so mq rate. eJA l 9ghU g"; or'the'inter; '.-iir..pto- Dpn I.-eold'bq botbllquldaidr
\ ,. e my; pecijU.I. 'the"de"elbp1 tabMk"formrTa"ke either ,kind I[ 4 quickly than would be the ..mm ih
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All the familywJll' life iii.. \ 'I r I no one twhohs you'prefer.Theyarer alike In medi-i derived from other ingred-..
'."If... ; ,. bra ciaal.,.valsit. But be-.urq you g tjhe' ten : or.sources.*"The same, ruVi ..
Flori&aJt .
\ '.W id at to be ,. i s-enulne: <-J; >eptoMangan'"Code'.." Pli a to *av j btyar.
th um ; ;
e"flavor.qf'r-Qp.; ,';pt.,, Jlibtlft It ia. 'flo11| The -"funtuU\ .>.< !Gude' reptoMansran thy led matai l In%'"'mtztword;' a." td....t'f,)'.1
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. ,( I'd.-- aJ' Me .l' ont i paper; caf. shOJkld-b* ,oat -thetaok4Adv. \- ,'
I' '' roll n. nf selecting,, i fertilizer for long '
night d "
At rre :day report ( ) f/j" : -, i
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: Grocers afcorn, -cotton
. .. ... .. ", .. .':, ere IJf gen- I.rd i ted Pre -"r1.book's with" intellMesp4ndents : ,' <".:., 'c .. ...... .. .. ; a -crofifpeJ' .h ra '.1 daze,>'i eta< ;pid 3 ''I'It
M* ,. '" 'IC s :O ,'-tii- \ .ppJjr'a-'WtttuTe 'coif. I
) Made by'PostiunjCcteal i Co., I 1 C.. + and oo 1.0('>' ion/h its**t.-M.' .ft._'lmqd'; eom.p big.-' uni: =rO'xcELL ;; ta hg aoureils. .' of -pebast..4. 4*.n< a raver.riaeoro.

: ....,. m pdathat tai+llb'w sad
'l BattleEORQUICKJlCIION.ttT c..tJkb. : 'c end' nil gaEinaeetion& ;
"iA.LL"nn-rous'
, i ; FAIRS durifcg'the JrfUre'Vrwwth of_th.'el>O'
.I State-iTan .
r printed.Vtf the'. 'i .11'f f scriptreavV ates "are oKlX1 $8.00 per' Tampa, o"el'llhe'18.-WIU\'p.ttm' if:jfssiblanecialy..SQ/ )' ,, IlW.e.. One work ti umId haveyva y yffeat' ,)

r! ,.. ... . '. '.' .. .. .. ... ''','w' annum; !Jl4.00 per six months and lama in every department Increasedn ory.more cufnvatio&"t A lpleana| : ..bleh"I"'l'ftOldio are It appliedduritig a 'help curb 1
J2.00; foritkree -months.Write' 'for 'volume ".
and value result! of
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- F' .' GAZETTE' -"WANT.AD" s-Rir-..;..V'..::,.e4I; )'!t -.;and. subscribe today. 8Fansiag the made fact from that year every to year penny ia-of-devoted prpfit mended J 1 of efsm i; |rtil g tMun..Jibe1'a.ert may't have" *. ., quantity been -pietrl yu vo' htaada tor Itt1 p ,

: ; 'c." I : usfd at .JMhe of. planting 4p'i2iXJ a bit ties s6lrct.d r
to
wholly the of the
f ., .. .,, T'"a increasing scope the aapeomptt
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.1' a .1'.o - ..QStion
"T .( ::! :; development movement; with ? '
If 1nreatesd-. -the/Federal more county and individual exhibitor ) ratan de
1.1 Department" Agriculture.Wash- ; :
enrolled today f than.-have. shown V ?
.; h. 'T'. ..' Ington.uD.. ,C:. for "farmers' BulletinNo their products' fairs'nf the-past; ; av idn't task.y .
., I" r.wa! 5 wt ia, rW .+ .. 1144, entitled "Co-operative' appropriations-for-IVee.. amuse ) R1"a

Marketing. If gives auggestions ment featuresdoubled .. '
-and with 111 ,
-
I ''U-N4, about organiinsr '.operative /,1' .
greatly increased
m.rk'i attendance of stomach
trou-
& 1
ago
years my
& e nar>.ataobiatlonsv_ wtimeseelcers,.,from otber',, states assured .pt!.bad-.that .l- w... almost 'I Ire
1. wC' c r' : The"tlnt automobile combination I the forthcoming South Flori- I"T" j ly filled -wtth ga.,'.Thi made! %1 1'I'1 I'

;: .. : ....., '__ 8"J'.i': : chemical engine and hoae 'car was I, da Fair the dates ot"which are Feb- dizzy ,at ;Stime! '- Last jFall
; .IMw..atuw'.s4 Sla..cY u-a.. a- Np4a.r..t..T bails, fer .the City 0(. NewLondon,I rtlacf'' 3- -to lip Is already'Bseuiediiofeven I [ , .r a veer i seas awes as was J .. ; :greats ,.1IiIC...., han has nrecorded. '
in
1903..CcsistlpaUoa-
+., t ..; :: ::u- .. I -erar./.e.e.r..w =: fygon.cticntj! .In the t" tyvispenKWwhUe driving my
----p.. .a past. cat nd ran into a telephone pole,
E' .... ..:.i L -- 1 !' !' Appreciating the'"upport given the the crA .
trtendth
; .. ? wtWkl8gj, -
...,... : : movement
'.. ""- .Ir .__. i since-4t was resumed after ndei' )day's. Wmi ,rfu(
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.. ............ Most' laxatives : .id catbl rtie. af thocwrmisUeehadj" beenr-:..gaed. ithe Ile l' for HIT trouble.. Slpe.-''ak
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g ................. ...-.. I!' temporary relief and should officers and directors, none..of .whom In' the first dose .1 have ateadil : ,9
4 k .... _...- a' __ be aged onty.for raw salaries or profit, front ,their :
..nw. ... ,...... ..... aa. .e..w .' that pqrpoae. Wnen 1m lived and feel better howl thane .
'[. : = .. ...... ., .:::r=- : Chas' want permanent'rllIe f.w: takelatn's work, .are preparing to ever.,' e my life.':. ,It> 'is'; j simpta. J aii
-c- !B-.3"!. :Tablets and be careful fair on'a larget'.csle.then. r.movai
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t-f: ____"=".. ; tess I preparation that
keep, b ills flew MII. aM1 M. 'J, i_ ,.- ;CIj. : !.;;dbbe"v 1''< directions'! with each ef'fore-and.. particularly in the' matter I ..catarrhal mucus from th. Inte*. : ;
advertlamg8euthern Florida
,4< J. I paCkge.: ; 'rh'Md' tablets. hot onlypQY..the'b tii I tr ct and allays tberinflamm' *.
(; ''el..1mt improve the appetite -. throughout the nation and Canada,.'t ww.. ,.aU t
'Ii- "' :!' 1 .1. ..artd:1: strengthen' the dlge.Uon..L in''providing additional i leeldbit'spsce' ttld"lrthatiaa1. idauS edit
Mver .ail-
tfcach.W 4 from
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;\ L.., ::-:... :"-' ... ...... .. . ........ ... ,.....:.. visitor department the best.free.a*,! .>.and.ts, >in 1 giving I in rts, Including -'appeMWtfrr On '. "
pnxucaJtWN sayrrsU
] iie 'b\lt", th* ._t 'novel .free: -a.ts['d 41 J. Bo'nGa.4
'f..Ct"t1. M.1nsmaih- will -b4 presentedmany' having jbtm kvfywn *- - .aicb.at.wIc. l
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offe.-ed .since .the- return': to'pre wireondHioos ; ri

. ;...., 'Improved'the statul. 'of th i RS_ ;41i;
I" amoiemeht'-worid.' -" ,' .rt
) 'JIf .Il,"... \, In-i-vaddUteff'' to the counties 'of' r41CEMStStateComytroller

J Id-'; rj .seutheWriorWa 'northern--..- and
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.,. ,.'. W4 ;;t .riI.. .. ,,( "kwertalordds.. will -be, rtpresent'ngthe Am sjis"x*ttj W.
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; .... !' .. .'.; Particular attention ia "tobeqavoteq for 1921. So.far \during 1920 th.tieltDSel..laaued..IUI1IIner e .% 4 s,:
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, --' .' va ( '''! 2'1". '- >JOytfe- an', work Ja departments; drder'that is estimated that thereaN; bUr 1 ll- nd. .dl wsMr1MofsMti
: .".. ,.\ vidton '(rom! other"! "" atate.1fta1">". thousand cars In Florida! still 'without a v P fhi.s taM.;

.\ t. ''I"j'" the"eilKlftJoinU'\ '- dvkntakrtthat' the 1920'. llcehne tag* contrary 'An dr.ggtti, OMarersR +.....
I Florida ofren.IW'l' iwi .h! to' the law. Jtxlsfnn4ersUod''thi, '4.iy t.lpt.t )LY.a streetbi..
" "TboMlt.de.lting' premium 'liatB are state authorities Are to ask the ahoy
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I ,. : requMtedfto. communicate( with P
Strider -general -manager :jgouth th.t.U *utomobiia*<..nre>' provider
Florida fair' ,Qssodati.n, ,J'ampbroatonce. with license tagst-. ...,...,.... ,

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If your child aravenously- af

66ft har':more Imitation than shyother : times,sAd at i other tinges bats,no ap
'Chill and ''Fever<-T" ton' the .' at all, ,' lo* k Duty to. .worms
"l +. ,r markett' no one::Want*,ialtatMda.They VThite' Cream Vermifuge is the

are danf eron*' thins Inretb.aadtdietltner remedyto.. vssvy Itrrieacs tJiem."j8UPriee. (.
\ A4.. 'M! ., tl'i'' 8'Sold' b.80be'rIOl1"FbI"-
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LAYING HENS'REQUiRh -
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[. I, .>,. WEa. AnMCED :.F E m !POULTRTMEN NEED 'THESE, 7wrhir
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A'1' properly;balanced ration la nee- ,' ...c ._'- .... "III --.l l'"

....wy Jorf laying Jtena;! If thev'.lire The Federal Department of' Agri'

. to lay many egg -.. .Jor ia a'balanced culture. .Waahinjrton.i.has'Jusflssuec, .. c
r.tlpn.-ctNnplloeted tem a aeries of- excellent Fisrmers. Bulletin
'f7 of f teed.ing .Nair
.t I ; !Many;people' appear Dot ""tor..II..tll. ; *.' devoted to chickens follo pr.' 11-LW R Are.
tY:: .' ;i..po lice' bf's b&TAnced No.; 108.' "Ca I&. ,. BaVyT,CKlSr.:" r f teJ
r s t1 ration for ',hen.' "The common pracvHce ,No,. 1105 "Care' of- Mature Fowlao. :" bard, i.A N.p.

.... U to steed' whatever happens to ..1ua.\ ".PMltry..-Ilousea;" .,Wo
be handy; j IwIthn." v.rt.t'WImtllv.rthenoHtioao 114. +'Co *ioiri-Poultryr seasesr;

1being'.edmposeda., *1mo.tenUrelyooL No. 1118, "Selection and C.n".1
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"?_?.;:'ball'. wounds,festering sore ;) TheiL, tarmac jsent f mould hay copies.
: are .re* tapUcation.1 '
( Shot-Shells burns and 'scalds"heal', rte Pdl7! when f : i i j | f T i 'I i i\ 1 j r
'.v Money-Back, 1 I Llll1 'd 1 BoroxoM is applied.'It1s; V.i.. WM Fleeted, ArytrqCoasiiderng : ;{ y

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.. ; { ., *. ; -r' 5't. *ii. Ma- and'rhealing.Price "'. '
+ ' ; 4 j oe HJ80.' ;;:ja Jct1b1' ftibferoa's" -' .. Ie.d .ia1m. up

You can feet yourS.S5iwr.lsma ,; back TheB1uk ShclTa : W. atake exactly the. a-muaq. i.':" h" ", .j 1!';.. entirely of old Union veterans and
tTuat. l.J': ... ; their-)-republican tv4ewa,> and trl4WIe
yratli. lm'/r/ -.tbeiiL.. :: ,,tee 1;_.(.T.n>> ., 'to."! Joe" } n
ti ?'' :o-r., "'r ,\ Saar.. the r t: 1:, . ... ( $ avadarned'' ruck! to'teet ;
f 1 ..,&&.1"5 1Ha .UII I U4& .',...l.j.....' ...., 'JU'O.' .8' The time' .lhas" : basie"'7.d r: v-for ePetty fild votes there ,ou, of the 7MattRah << ,
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CARTRIDGES
: 1tefdn4 rtu jjrouV withpu t; e.tiome,thfejrjoepf;:? | the Jealousies. I to''l'Ule.tJiIt;' city;.We should .6uni. for deotyt, >agIj-Tsptpa, "JI'I." .;, 1 V 4w
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.,fVhq1"bc : f '... ....... :! .. .ts.. r' y. % ,.... h .*,M Loaf that-common alt(work 'for'the'cause- H:i>rtimon* the oHdintyof>cause lied, p> Aa the "fighting, weigfcCrof' Congressman rss.k.tip hs k
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:? {tt'e The Black Shells have hith'a state XUe !. Ud4ta.eNfas :\11,*' lty""ihlid iconttty, -into, theiwiggiestcitfVwul might be well Sear to t..esa.ds.suggest that.* havinr 66OI It Dr. l'ovar '
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, 'I perfection in waterproofing,rlA- '':in D (..( and curate'at .%bft county1. 1 : the..fmtalte.lOtilyby lost! one.vote.to tbe pound. as he expected cid 2233a a
j. SOt.2S0ysrdsdeU.s. they .tandj ,tbgefifm"'J4" U: .'held\'.;.' fn mMforiiaifi --uiAt *we. c&oguarantee. thia. iinliniited U N. X.A. Lo.| tills the pie res.ie.-,. men :and ,wonien., those rlgat of franchise directly
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a, .,*' >:;K' t;r- y-..' /t4 4 La.okCanri4aee-1'1de| .ceomp..ed..Banford:thif..county: can these Herald;:thingo aloe;;:: tuadeldhelrM .. '''' ''J\ , ....A {

=cBidAts1u, : 50 seas yards of sri ." "b:'' ' .. '1 i pain'dllir.It 'o.t.I..-AtI..tIH Belag CalaI4l ,
: tksahss akheite ftt . lay lt
relieveil"pa:4al'lCt( '
caused yt ff 'I ." T',. I.
soreness +
:;,. US' paaible with! 22 'by >tth .niall nv,.Kegralfiav*Sprrtas, w. 'fh mdylceno '.boo ;..

t t. li .....,.t.vd.....-i"' ..j. aa4 .. ..:.. ." rim-i ammuaitioa.Solid pr! pdh'tt ')ewr' n! e''L .r aye.H .. : Th.tsben'complete Kissimmeei' Gatette.editorial He charge 14 making o'. .E1YIS: "Ori ". -',"" ". ..

;" Try TtwIWack' : ShcJ1a"ilout: knpw:,them." am bullet for tarjetwork. "s.WRY.WOMEN'' a a corking good paper of- ta.r.and.ttraetllllr .t,} YAMATTOENEYATLAW ,,
Hollow-poiat "* : ; much : f "

+. if! aetyour'bIaek -;--etloaclfOl'...-. ....... .....0.
STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY. Hraadeear.e.''If}. eo.D AM lot A survey rpi fe by 'the Federal t5e- Klssimme , .
UNITED .New York, aP 91. is "getting on'the map1 /IJ... '-,1--, e .
... C nartment of Agriculture shows .that, in-nice-shape Ju..-__,- Net...mail ,. {;
Ckuaa ia ri Nta. oqpiy W The' U. S, Om. L.+vrpscEOLA IoaA-zrRlU. 96) percent of the fattn women do the arrives from '

| ,:' HARDWARE iosi !I ee, Flan : w. i r.. MAKINSON CO(f., -:: .., Fla.L family washing and (more than half' are letters the'north requesting but Information whatthen.

r{ ,,; F., f i4 TC:. ... "- 1" ;t C6eoiy"'.f1.. J. 5.: 5tH. M 6d1 Ml-fla. of percent-thenVBtUr"of thearm use a washboard'we menearrv j.i\JIll The Gazette regarding-and the in.city.'every, the case county'the ,

iI : W.;A. Brow ;v' i q Coc";;, FIa. H.. M. SaDie ' S aX Fla water an average of forty feet; 92 writers declare they are :"-"anxious ...

F' .. V-A.rE. M.tllettA.Ce... Ea."Cam.,:'J1.. Gal "TI.as Sharps, rra: mending pa0oeitdo< and, the-a lareemaJority-family sewingr of.and the Kisslromee' i i and ii Osceola i '11'county-.," ti .c-

y -t1'"'?frc 1'I; :: : .Fart.. .-. rcc'Fli.; : J.' E.-...'..McCuDcr i -J'u'-,._, f1 .' family b kln,.. The farm woman's. >M quickly'relieves' Constipation'Bllioasneu l ur

+ Gierd<< ,Trad tg ICs, :;;> Fla. c.z"o, ;)< kIJ workday' hour',averages"eleven'"the' and.. one, ,- Loss of Appetite:.1.ncI -
; ;.Jrt' ;LjD. i ialf *; ; survey, :Ishows ... The Headaches, due to Torpid.Ltver dvqF JW" EARLYt'
; Gtl4. Rivtr .Naval. Stem >FU.:. 'W. M. Stewart 'V 'Fl&i:. department: *1* -co-operating. .with.tat' 't.-. -e-- &,'adp c'

Carl Fla: a A.: 'v=: colleges ,"ajtriculture: w' "aneir In the otmjoir of-:expert",authorVtiea ,-,, .
t T-"' s. ... ..& Cary"'Strt. ; Melbnrii, ,. -' \ J-BrrJ. .Flhr : / .rt to bring about better"eondU.for ' ..
iA "" ....r: .. .. ... .- 7'7. Canada,-would'. hu! aae'.lta"pro.' \; ,
f .. wom.qop.tl.arm, ; ...e.pe-! duetloa : torsopplf 'a-tenth "
.' more pO Nn1 nefe.*. .. otsloesr ., 'r". '''t .1
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4' :tIGHT I .. .J..c' 11 ,. .. THE..KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,,; NOVEMBER 18, .1920i 1 ,,: .. ." ,, .i '
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00'+l'1i46,00 POtid'4 1.---- ..:. perfeci '$-qec.*.. and ( large attendance .,..l'. 7\

,4 : la, expected, The attend.. : ,
/ The 'American 'Red Cross ante of.':the newspaper .men js' ex ? : :
: pected to rival or perhaps excel!, the wqjjpDiOak ,
Rooming Ipsitiofl n annual iriieetings; 'of the plate Press : .
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Association and Florida editors and '

.. '.,.. publfahfer. will meet. on, this Occasion -

r 1* w ,, .... .! :,' .. :.4': ,4,4)0 < 't:" 'M and .ld-tiroe associates Pb alt ,: LiffctWoed, .i 'h:,K
ntratFlorida t ... '" thAt not aeen for :years. .
j No1e; r ii1g,8etI'ar in : : '/),"i. .. ,, : q' + .. .. \frlid. .taw pr! treplaeti. '
.' !} l Means .' "
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'I\ibC: : : : ., t tt. : Delivered a.yii jUt > the dlEmmelt '
.' tt" "tEDA-r..WSSIMMEE ', yfl. q"j, ... rr 11 ., ; Wbel\ijoU eet up with ft bad taste
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r'jf "' f* ... " 4 "' '. 'j# ,"I'I I #.t ""' :,o,, ,& r It' ,. 1 -c.. In; you .| a dull- tired feeling, :

Gap ; &* dj"a j iah J A' .4Room.. Furn etlRI1oute; 'how .A' .' I, no rell"fj for food/'and are constipated ,ftplifft
I vide"4; ; e .
,. know ; . .
'- . ' .t' : , 'f' Jo' .. youy 'tbat ybu need a .
\ .i'l: 1< ass". I 11tia 1t t"m 'a attractive price .4 jI< dose of. Chamberl.in'. Tablets They & : l'

..nnlling, .;,at ,#,.irf; t '{" Rooming. i ; ; .;. IO'i" I ; '.' not onl cause .an ,agreeable. movement :. Phd f f.| ,,143. ,!..t
'f' of.! the ,bowels, "but cleanse andjnvlro "
Lottated .. sect btli. Two. bsthrooms, all modern.F
gat .. !' .' .
"he..r."I1'.e..
,pt.'ex. - 1 .r' . te the"tom.ch.". and" Improve . ,- .? .<.y\ : ,
r. the dlge tlon. .. fr / .t
j. w, ffiq/npsoN ?
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Snleifrid the.RightManr AUTO OWNERS) WARNED .
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OpportunityFar .
; . .. .n j TO SECURE' LICENSES funeraLflirect '
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: *'- "..' . i l n 'Ann ?i -W-7' SSeor write to : t other tjolumn regarding\: the matter :
=t of. autotnobile/ licenses fdr the coming LI CENSED ; I
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yeiit, and it stands every, ownerof
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PIATTER ;
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& ,. th th'M a Car to make t arrangemenl.'atOnce Store and Chabelr Stewart AveuKISSIMAtBS. <
A I : -to Viccure bin license< as demanded .
NO. I11/ riadway lCin tee'Florida' r by''law. Both 'stateand county J3 ''LfOKIDA i!'
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; I. ( I f fl official! will be more insUtant than --_. & _.. :'f..., .

.t-"..' ever thjat the full details' "of the law .
.".00 otOU.ot 406+0-U -><->->\'W> < < *4 4 >**->* shall be: carried out, and the right M. TILLER. .: r

_. ..- -- thing te do immediately in to send 1.?
- the application? to the state comp-

troller.:; PM.M.Mln Jj!
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KtJ4ee Becoming Popular
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"- Realty Bbu iDtt. and told. :.;< Y
digestion Therity la such a demand for rest-- House rented
f. V 111 IFyour: dcnccs.Mt Kissimmee that' a real estate 4ij,
1> pf lertells! The Gaaotte- man Tae pat ..nd Titles veriiH:

that he) conld rent two hundred cottages ed for non-t idents. 11

n. ''''r 4.::> : ;assimilate the wjnjter tj people in that who delightful desire to climate spend Fire. IJf*, .and Accident /nJsurance. ,1

1 Peoplefrom= the northern and western ., 'I' I
: I states have been told so much IndemoiNr' ondl. '.
I ordinary odand about the of Kissimmee. :
., are anxious, beauty Co visit the" ttiwn.' "+ IKof'lunately they ..... ......... .. ..... ......

the home people believe in -- -- -

IIi : health requIres LL advertising';; they know it pays big
dividends.--Apalarhk-ola Times. '

: ; . :., something kttract- 6fifl cures Malaria, Chills and Fever DR. B CKMASTiI

Bilious Colds and La-
.. .. ". Fever,
I Grippe. It kills the parasite that I
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I'. ive to tasfcja and theever, -It. is
< I causes laxative land general Tonic.a -splendid Adv. K SSIMMEES! "


. easy todigest: ,try CANADA WILL SEND ROTARIANS FOR PLAN THE BIG.STATE 'FAIR i I II have One voted state for in Mexico some time where is woinen Guan- OSTEOPATH 1 jt1 :

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GREAT EXHIBIT
I' ajuato one of the richest in the .
Jacksonville, November 18.-Th* country. .' . . 1 '
; THE FLORIDA FAIR. Jacksonville Rotary 'Club has planned .
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I I a gala day for lorida newspapermen \ Iron ore deposit' .inl'lceland$ : which STATE. BANK BUJLD1N: Gf p'eNuts Ti Florida) Rotarians and Keciv a Parish 'company -propose* to develop -

Plan to Duplicate In Jacksanvlll E'* tarieo of Florida commercial bodies ; are* said to contain from 20 ",,t.'P"o... Na. ..162. .I' '.... i !
i "I bit, head at San in the "A 1.1. 1O.ORIDA: DAY" at the to 30 million tons of ore. .. ,
Which Was
I Francisco Exposition.Jacksonville "'(or .la State Fair and Exposition' S ",. I . ..." ."" '. ..' ,....., ...Y. ... '. . :-<, 1 I
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f: \. r I I I :, next There Tuesday.are one hundred arid thirty. : ". ...,. ...... r ...... 1'4' . .-, ,, ' 1,',1 >.,

} .1 the wheat and :1:1A I na.Th* Canadla nine newspapers, large and small," in '
\. . < government will send a mamtnotb e.- the state and everyone .of them in devoted :J.Cill7lat Gbld' 'With : !
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to the service of the conrtnVlFM-
blblt to the Florida State Pair and KipoBjtlon. ....... . .. .. .
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food. the county and the state in which :, ; "
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V wblch will be beld here.. November I' L ; ( I' (
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published. name thing: may .. . . . .! .
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Il: .. <, -if ., ..V : It to 27. Ix- said of the secretaries of the 0111- 'I"J'-r' 1

.. t A. '&h. ... ...... ...1. L . l 1 The fair mabM-r-ment li la receipt toej'cjal, organizations, and as' for tile .
of a letter .,..<."u. J. N. MitvLAcblao, Rotary, the foundation atone 'of thtCT I

fl : l. 41eresa{ Reasont .- agent for the "..'tadl.o government la international dub. t.service.. Hencf'I .. .CASCARAQUININE.

p.J .-. which bl state he la anzlou to dupll in this three-cornered I . :
. . ate Florida fair the same visitors and the hosts will be at onceon I
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," 't. '1 t r exhibit Canada sent to. the San FranCisco common ground: . .t .. . I..... .FOII.. "'4p AND .

: .e.po.UloD. A full prnKram.. of.. enterlamment'Indudell molds; C.iigIii'M't Li Grippe I
'stwreal'CoIaDatt1eCretkMuh. :
rpenalva in. aMUton to .thd attrac. .
' This exhibit: I..ery : one '* '
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tion* of the fair, aii oyster roast etthe : <
and requires considerable floor. a pac country chrl a.q"." barbecu'by . \ Neel c..Jdl are DangertnllpfnibjgiancM. -

J '. ... .,' 'In order to show It to adantae.: II) ..bonfire near the ; fair RfoundsNo T. K"*ytCis standard remedy handy fdf the first lIP.....' ; ,

j" ;..... .._. .-.'r.- .. . '-. .to complete and comprehensive. a n< I effort will be spared to make the .day ..-':1'.'-\* ,BraJnf op cold in 24vb.oiira- R.JI._ '.
.. ...ttooo. .it."oo..t.OOO.40tOO. ooo.o ...o' will -demonstrate what America' great i -" '-Otfprf!. in 3 day*-Excenn\ tots HMuUfikaOuinini'friTtiia.'wii
.,. ' .. . 'Northern neighbor/ doing -In thealni < .. ,
1"I'frl., .r ;'J. r In all malarial countrlee'the.pep-'s : : >vdo not affect the bea.d-Caackra la beat Tonic: J
:;;:.i...1 YN. .... "" \." sNotiee.. .. ) of agriculture. varied Indoatrlea.:'!I ular remedy i* Heroine. .Peo'ple ;Anti J.;;f' '.J.aaadlye ip HUI'.I tar r. ",
'II. d; cO C'E ft County' . I flu aria 'etc: Among It* partlcularljtnterentinc It.a good medicine for prifYlnK.yatem !
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; ; ;,: ;' + :: '. : grains, straw. craaaei and general ag Price, COc. Sold by. RobfJ'II ri'...'Phar... ., .',. .

. 'T. '1 ,rlcDltural products. macy, ; 1'. rN ... ... '; :. '. t /!::"'" .-b _________ __ I II
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.. .) I. : f' Canada long ago learned the fficaei ., .J '. .. ." ,
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t /. ... only stage expositions In Its variomprOTlncea 1" '\" ". :i '<

k ,l.; lie ,ease.. .. ..J but send Its exhibit to the" a ; '

-4 X4'', I r a' {1..i Notice. 'ja.r. erdby" given that the ; : .great This fair Canadian held In exhibit the United tqsetber"States wilt, ". es 'wher e per,:: : :

: 1 the mammoth United Statea Govern .

'; t '' taxi:;: } bpoks. of r(Dsce la County will be meat display which' ta again coming! .' ). .A...1\;. ;
< to Florida, will give the state Inatitu. '. \,

; : '"J6peii: f. o11egtihn f State aiid County tlpn an added Importance.INTERESTING, . 'Call' ,a' spade jult That ,; ;:


,: :' ;; taxesS: for the year 1920, on Nov- BUREAU EXHIBIT WEATHER AT /'.;.- '\ I ,
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fY;"" r ibei. { '.:firsit.: I 'afti iv'to ,' ready" to fur- FLORIDA I STATE, FAZE ; i .'::111" .,' .THE;. POtT. .sa?/' a. '"' '.' .'. '- .. R TURKISH. .' tobaecC :, ,' 1,\'

Government Expert Demonstrate TNMthbda . ,'s'{ BY ANY trams. '. '4MHIbH IS less expensing :
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11 J -- ._ Making Up the Dally Weather Map.Ir :. FIRST. GOOD Turkish.: . y .

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".JACKSON VUJLB. t FLORIDA way In which the weather 'bureau .. o, . experts. Ther know "'e- ;b
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.OOIU".c-rB, PERSIL: E..' I js able to forecast storms, froati AND ,ALtq expenalrav want the best-and'we get It. And :
tile.ame
I i'r with Domestic leaf. '
P Ea ZER "ATERIALS and flood for the protection of agriculture Blend!
P 'rp SPAATERa. ,' commerce and narlgation' AND SECOND. them together by that can'tbecopied t
... .. method- and you t.s
i 1leteslCTlCroEs be clearly demonstrated and eaiJatnecibr. smoke that "
" .1, POIH.TVT SUPPLIES actually does "tat{fu.

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+ the purpeae from the Bureau a:

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In connection with the demonstration .
DR. R..L DENNING Only a Cold ,
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'f Are you HIT fs often answered Its dally weather map showing local'
'Over: the Postofflce. '"Oh! I It's only a cold," as. if a' cold: weather condition from day to day.
,r: 4)lI'ttRS, ; t to 1SSO.: lifO to f.Beaideoc matter of little be '
: waa a conaequenc This exhibit will ) mot only InstruoUT
*.Thou* J74 >but people are beg nnlnv'-'to learn Intensely :Int restlnE.
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5. KISSIMME8 VALLEY ; E11'E. FRIDAT. NOVEMBER 19, 1520 ... ''ptv.'

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'.y; o home from Tampa Tueday. PRESERVED J .
: IN BASKETBALL GAME
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.i WEATHER REPORT' *. WOOD! .WOOD! WOODS WITH OSCEOLA HIGH : See. Our Samples, of t. Engraved:,aad fnteed" .. '

r *. Official Bulletin-of dully tern* O Phone 112. ROM Grave 49-tf lED TO FAIRY
PERSONALGREETINC"C 'RDS'
" perature and precipitations furnished -.* lira Holmes Prather and Mtss The glrlsr team of. the Orlando '
..' by the Kissimmee Co 4 Irene; Franklin were recent shopper high school wlll be In.this city Friday
t"V' -*,operative U. S. Weather Bureau In Tampa; y,, COUNTY AGENT afternoon-. rooters--and a band "of '' '
enthusiastic
fOR
the hopesof 1 [ THE HOLIDAYS
I..' Station.// for the week 'ending Llit your city and count* property the Osceola .
::1\' Thursday.: November 19, 1920; with Cribbs A. Cribbs. 304 Broadway. high girls are that-the i
0 local team will go over the top-as '
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; \49- Mist Albima Sautfe Home Demonstration Kissimmee Volley, Gazette
well as .to..make a record for clever -
t, 0 Max-Uln.' Rain,.CO. Miss Marie Stewart of' Sanford, lethe Are-t, CHIt W'dla Her Exhibit playing. oth teams are l inn..1Jne'I' .

I,, ,* Saturday.Fiid.y..cr82._.?.._ 78 71 74 guest of her. "mister,'.Mra../ A. C. ,T. Jacksonville FaIr, fOsceola fettle, it i is said 'and, lovers of bask. . ...oo..o. ... ,. ..... ., . . .... .'.. .. .. . . ."........
Chapman.
, etball 'will miss treat If failtobeatthe'
Sunday.! ......-. 72 64 ? -' a theY' 1 ,
" *. Monday...._..__..i; '76 .67 .* Forty acre; improved; close ,totown '''county 'will show up well ;: athletic'' field promptly
i:,.. +, :Tuesday..,..,. 74'' 72 .70. on for brick road; for sale Nelson or exchange a4{ the state fair in- the line of preserves at tou".o' loek to see this interesting. E Ererrbody Wfce b AnyUdy Adrertbes TIt_ Watts' b. The Valler Gazette
city congest.
' .Wednesday78 63 i80 property. of many varieties,,< and in the ,I .
> ThurNtay.-.--,.-,. .6C. 66 0 Realty Company tMr honey display: -a* the handsome -.' .. . ----"
,, '.' '0OOOOOOOOOOOd0000000 . and Mrs., Knott and little stand which has been mad., under the .4.SO4$*+
daughter of -flames City, are now supervision of the home demonstration ", --j' ....'**-".."' "..".*..*.. .
S' __ .40. --. -- occupying the lower'part' of the agent will present a mostattractive -< S A : i .t:" 44< ' t.y. t.
Blckerdyke/residence corner of Lake appearance. \ M.ri
and Mai?/street.. Mina Smith has been an Indefatigable : 'I' ..., _
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: [ ITEMS OF A WEEK !! SeveMfl I food' stock farms with worker along the several lines .s r,
grove* andwell located. Bargain which she has undertaken,* and has
prl! /a. Come let Us show you. Nel- .Awakened in numerous localities a

i. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! spn Realty Company.' wcB.knovncattleman to strong home interest canning'in matters of the many pertaining pro.
Walter G. Langford
Phone 112, Ross Graven. 49-tI' and banker of Fort ducts of the farm-and of these she H Winchester SheJik
" Miss Martha Ilerlng left WedAeshy Myexifl. died at his home in .that city has taken to the state fair a generous : :
,. to visit her sister Mrs. S; S. las r Monday.ra. showing. There are a multitudeof

Carter of St. Petersburg. / C. W. Flemingwhose sum- instances where her labors are
gist your city and county property mer homo Js at Reading, Michigan seen throughout the county but because .
with Cribbs & Cribbs; 304 Broa lwa4jktf hrs arrived In Kisrfinunee for the of ifte considerable work to ,. oJ: . "
collect tW" showing there will not be
: ) season, and is making her home with ..
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Bora: To Mr. and..Mrs. I H.Beet Mrs. S, C.) Pinney. __ more, than' one hundred specimens of t ..4., ...C .. ,:'+rr".r '
shown All however
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at their home in Miami on
JFlVe acres on good road just out "\ '
and of them will
Saturday November 13, a daughter.Ten of city; cleared;' fenced; good well; be higrn displayed quality upon many A stand built to IJI .. ;; :'

acres close to town: improved; Owned by sick man who says esemble a fruit jar; behind' these ;: CAs: : RJcEY .. 4: ,1
chenn, and easy terms Nelson Realty "SKLLJ". : Nelson. Realty Company. glass containers will be a bright . .:
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Company. Henry Ligf&sey returned hetne light to impress the delicacy of the .4 Y \" r 'to";
Miss Minnie Stewart and little last Saturday after an absence of content-and the perfect worken- '" 'i -
nephew Stewart Gatchel of San. several weeks spent in Virginia and tering into the showing. .. ..,. "
ford spent Sunday at the home of MaryliviiJl, l, where he was engaged in Miss Smith took also when she .
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Chapman. the. .fVuit business. left here on Sunday evening, some /'p f" 1' 5' P'B ox %

1st your city and county property et your orders in for engraved showings of honey in various shapes .t I
with Cribbn & Cribbs 304 Broadway d embossed holiday greeting cards! sires, and styles--and these will take . ,.' rM
their place in the both that has
49-tfy now. Fine line of samples to select '
from at Gazette office. '" tf been assigned to Osceola county. . 1:1:.
been
Will M. Tiller who has : ( 1..I'w. 1.
Miss Smith will be with the exhibitsat
spending! a week in Kissinimeo with Fritz Harbor who was taken to as
his pnrcntB, left on the midnight the / l "all times during the fair and will *
hospital at Orlando last weeksuffering
train Sunday for his school duties at from a mutilation caused do her part in exploiting the excellencies -
Gaincnville. hv Jin exploding, tire was brought of this splendid section of
Florida. ,
Two-story modern sevcn-roorti batik to his homo here on WednesdXy. B. Makinson Companyj4e r I Ir

hnuKe; large lot; !good garage, ; He is slowly recovering from FLORIDA WOMAN'S MISSIONARYUNION .
$.!5500.! Terms. Nelson Realty Com- the effects of the horrible accident. IS PLANNING TO MEET

5 ,pang V The Gazette office has a number of j
Mrs. Cefcste J. Fripp left op Sut. bunches of old papers, neatly tied up, AT KISSIMMEE WITH BAPTIST
dray night for Tallahassee! .-where which will be old at 15c the bunch. DECEMBER CONVENTION

she has horn deputized UV represent Call for them soon. tf (i..H o..uooOtOOOCC..+H .,UU o.o .
the Mothers' Club of this city at the C. G. Bowen wife and daughter Continued from Pare One) r9
general state meeting to convene in Irma. of Orchard. Nebraska, who are I Historian: Mrs. E. Van Hood. -- - -- ,.!: -- -- J.OOOHOOO.OOO.oo..o.o.oooo..oooooo .--. .- :-;
the capital c ty. regular! winter viators in Kinsimmee.. Ocala. ; '

List y.tir city and county pronerty arrived Wednesday night., They are Chairman Margaret EducationalFund : / ,. '
with Cribbs & Cribbs! ::504 Broadway comfortably established in a flat onHrack (for highly or college educa- .
4U-tf! street. Mr. Bowen is an enthusiastic tion in our country) for missionaries' -I #

J. C. Phillips and his mother.tnInw. booster for Kissimmee and children, MrsfJchn E. White. Miami.
Mrs. A. T Johnson.-.of Hartford. Usceola county. Member -* of the Executive: Com- trIi '
have Lost On mittee: Jnrs. II. M. Wilson Mrs. R. >r
Connecticut and daughter Friday, November 12> ''o..
reii'i-d upper part of the Bickerdyke on high school grounds or Church J. Bak-er. Mrs. W. C. Powell Miss
residence, corner of Lake and Main street: one small chip diamond ring. Eliza Powell, Mrs. S. B. Rogers
streets. ad will spend the winter Liberal reward offered if returned to (Florida's Vice President W. M. U. c ." .. i
here. Thu Gazette office. 49-1 <5f S B. C.) : Mrs. B. W. Blount, ]
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ors-Rent-FainiieX flat, moderneonvenien : C. A. Sessions, who is herd'g !(Training School Trustee). ,. 5s!

(,,ea. W. B.Ofire. Marisa, Gazette : sheep for the Kissimmee Island -Cattle The total number of organizationsnow .' .). '
is approximately 660 a number .
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49-tf Company near Nalaca. Polk 'j I '
.of \ (county has been in the city the past of these have been organized .1, ,. I', -. !.',
.Lk. A. E. Bearden, formerly this during this r '. <,
city but now connected with thu I week to visit his parents. HP IK' year.Tuesday .. j. \
Utilities withheadquart.es located at- a point from five to ten morning at nine o'clock
Southern
Company miles from will be held the annual meetings of .
at Sanford, was InKIIIl'Iimme distant' a oortoffice!, but .
of theweekguest manages, to keep in touch with the I the advisory board and. the executive. : '. '
> the latter
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of his mother Mrs :
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V Four-room Hearden,: of house 305 newly Emmett paintx'd street. how.barge t fl lot and five-room house I,1 the service New furnishing Activities have''been of: hospital opened Two new supplies this lines year of in; I "C'E' --I' ..,r., t4rt 3'' t "f:.. ii.s ;

odern; sleeping porch bearing NO T 'I E V
and furnished; large lot; Immediatej ; VangxChow China and the Seamen's .
posHPsmon; nnly $1100. Nelson IWIJI: 'fruits; close- to courthouse; immediate Institute of Jacksonville which isrender ' :! ,
ty Company. / possession; $2600. Terms NeW the Home Missionary Board, ,,: I ;1\ -

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gheen of !son Realty Company. jr There isa great opportunity to assist ..,. .. .. ....,. ..

Columbus Ohio are making thoi-! Just prior JacksonvfIle fofthe in,,,:.both of these great enterprises "t. .:, '.a. t ,, "
state fair at Miss Albi-. ."' ,'" .
first vlllit.toe Florida-and are, makIng ; .'If'f.. "' ojI' 1.i.' '' : c
their home .at the residence of na Smith hjome demonstration agent Delegates are planning for and .' 't. i .1 lit.t,#' 'i I.p'' ' '
Mrs. F. G.. Thomason 8 Orlando ave was entertaining for a few days expecting the biggest and best con I '\ ', ", a I '" 1M} d ..' ,
nue. fro and Mrs. Gheen contem- two of the state demonstration vention the state has ever known. ,\, ,\ . : .. :, .;,:'.., \\f'! .. ,,;. t ,
plate-making an extended stay in_ Agents 'These were Miss Agnes and it i. the wish that every Church ." '
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Kissimmee. Webster and Miss Harriet Laytonand and W. M. U. in the state may havea :. \ '-
Saler-JEpr nenrTNFurrtisheRooms each was highly pleased over part therein.COUNCIL .
For the work that has been undersigned has been appointed
and NoT espass Cards,. 10V accomplished THE '
by Miss Smith. REFUSES TO ADMIT
cents each at the CWzette offtaC 49t' ,
Mr.-and Mrs. William JVinterton Members and citizens generally DEMAND IS FAIR TO CITYContlnu..d ecelver of The Waters & Carson '
who been residents of this vi- should bear in. mind that a meeting .. .
have! :jf the Chamber of Commerce is to ( from Pave One)
ein ty for some time, expect to leavetoday be held this (Friday) evening in the look. to the members of the council
and
where Mr. Win- Grocery Company in its desire
terton for has Tampa secured a position in the rooms of the association. Not only for the best possible results in all behalf) ... :, \1 1"\ ; "
are members urged to be presentbut affairs the council as a-body, including P
Daniels an shipyard.Interest in They Kissiromee will still, retain as- ,, all citizens-whether permanent'y the mayor-and the city attorney to thank all customers: for 'their past ,

they hold property here-''but will or temporarily Jocatect--are: invited made1 a trip to Orlando Wednesday ... ., to ,
to ttend the ." "
winter : meeting as there evening' and for several hours these 1
probably remain through the will /probably be mutters discussed official were' in consultation. with patfanage and solicit their future business, '
season in. Tampa. tha/ will be interesting to all. the legal .flrmof/ Massey &: Warlow. ). : ;
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Seventeen acres in cultivation; adjoining ,
At that detail of the
meeting ,
/Get orders in for every I ,
city limits; 100.. fruit frees; nd embossed your holiday greeting engraved cards entire contract' was discussed and on. a cash basis. ..... ... R ":' .
good land; cheap at $160 per acre viewed from all angles and while the
I now. Fine line of samples to select
Terms. Nelson Realty OCiI pany. / Orlando firm4: has not been officially
from at 'Gazette office. tf
-, George E. Hosmer, editor and retained its n fed vice, in collaboration .
manager of the Bradentown Journal The bungalow that 'is to be erect- with Attorney O'Bryan, was accepted I ; If you are indebt to the store .you are " }
was in Kissimmee on Friday aceom- ed by members of the Improvement as final. ;
.a..led by Arthur Greene, who rep- Association who entered into com .A t the meeting of the council yes- '
\r psents the Virginia Paper Company. pact to build a modern' edifice and terday afternoon called to take official requested to call and make 'settlement: of .j r
),fr. Hosmer was enroute to Jacksonville place it on the market for a trifle action the following report of .
where there was to be held a* above the actual cost-merely; for the bulkhead committee of the coun- ( '
meeting of the executive committee the purpose of furnishing more housing cil was unanimously adopted: the account at once--Qtherwise legal proceedings r:' t.J \
/ in re: the Matter qf entertaining th. facilities for new-comers is now "In re: Bulkhead Contract.
members of the National'Editorial under The committee selected "After, a. careful investigation of }
Association when their visit I. ,made for the site a location on the. Dixie all matters relative to the present: will be instituted to collect same. \ ]:
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early during the coming year. Highway nearly opposite the handsome status of the above contract we can- 1
Forty-five acres one-fourth wile home of E. G. Vans ,Agnew not recommend that the city accedeto ,f. ,

from city limits) part fruit land balance :andyAvork is already progressing.. the demand of the MaloneyLupfer 'If" are creditor .
i good farming; no Improvements Company contractors. you a you are 'reques-' .. \ I :


';i a Realty Mr.;and Company$2500.Mrs. Easy S.: H. Jones terms and Nelson children \J"!- /Casino' Theatre ? "Respectfully"Bulkhead"City of Committee Kissimmee.submitted. ed.i to. call and present your claim in\ proper 'I' : "J ii t ,:? "

H. M. Chairman. ..
Watertown Florida, and are at present Following the adoption''of the report >.. form., ft. '1S
MATINEE e P. 'M. NIGHT 7:15 the meeting"adjourned." .
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father. -
stooning with Mrs. Jones' .
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w J. W. Miller. Mr. Jones has entered *.. : ::
Waere Stands" The Tribune? ; ;
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,:. the real estate business and as soon .&:
J as he can secure a suitable place "The Spar',Divine." starring Alice -- .'.;.' S BOWEN : ,.I' .;I

J. will either rent or be buy a home .here. Joyce. (Thk Lost City,) so We enthusiastic dont imagine over Joe Sean helping will St.be : >; , ; ,,, ; K
.1! Mrs. Jones will pleasantly remembered J
Cloud soldier's home when '
"t as Miss Carrie Miller bvit J. Tuesday"In -- get a con- ..I. ., ,i..
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gress convenes again. Nor' is" he / \
J<'a large coterie of friends who Will Wrong -:slarring Jack Plckford. -
be glad to know she has returned to likely to have such batch of special Receiver of The Waters& Carson ( r
.14 Pathe News. ; nension bills to his credit.-St. Cloud .
?,: Kissimmee to live. Tribune. . . ,
Wednesday
Get your orders in for engraved Can it be that "The wish is father r '
.i:' and embossed holiday greeting cards '"The Iron Heart." starring Madeline to the thow rht ?" Else why the Veiled Grocery Company..
/Anow.. Fin i line of samples to select Traverse. "Little Negro Comedies." Insinuation of retaliation T Isn't
.-, from at Gazette office. tf a congressman supposed to care for ,
Ernest L. Green sign-painter and Thursday the interests of his entire district i
,' J decorator, returned yesterday mom "Jenny Be Good," starring Mary without special regard to age sex, ,
.r-i/ ing from Jacksonville where he had Mile. Min'er. Pathe Newi. present'or former political affiliation '
">": been doing work in the arrangement oil. previous condition of -Servi-
:-:\ .of the booth that will be devoted tot Friday tude J And "Where art thou Romeo .;;:" .. :-
t,' '*. ndvertistni the interests of Osceola "Th .Silver Horde." all Star Cad T"Threel'&ouses.. 'Ii."'t.. I Ii
'f, county. There is no prettier showing Goldwin e ,
special'production.Twojreel .
at the fair than Is being" made by' any 1* Red Estate M"C'. 'l"j
:" at.nll Sunthme 1 Gnnedy.Sataro'ay -... t.
this county MT.*' Green .says, .. .,
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'. s though! there are some much larger i of three rooms each. . .. .. ,
;L .one. Mr. Green adds, also that no on lot 104x147: feet. West end of ,
effort is being made ,by those( In "from' Now Obi;;, starring George Lake .str**. With .artesian well. ..

charge, of the booth to' win prises Walsh. Two-reel tomedy.' "Get AFresh Price flZ&torSplendid . . , "1,., .. .
of the fact that the exhibit 'ijttrden. with artesian -p '
because ;Start": The greatest comedy ": \ ft-'
c': wi111not, possess the completenessthat ''_ well; on bHak facing on three .. : '
It : should--bat that no county ever produced. ,, ,\ 1 streets; size 2B* 00; feet with five! i i '
s will of dock ( ,house *'of *three' ,TlftMns eaehT;',Price .. .
a have a< better i ':t!; } r

.f various; grades "is. ah aubred fact. .orfiic ORCkT''E> r" ,,.... DATE $2000. J. M....Wlllsoiv-Pwn;..,.... 46-4t "1'THE

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T L' ----0'" Eating, contests are common among SEI tIS

l R .1 the, villages of Alaska. "

s Plant Martin's .lTest Seed! for
A TAMPAGpJTCREDIT In many pants of India elephants good JPesults.'Garden .
s hare been appointed official' executioners &; .f ielcT seed for Fall Plant-.
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'Employee At fc>ai eI'. Shipyards b 'A whale ip} able to remain under New Crop Turnips, Cabbage, ?EggPlani -
water for an hour and a half with.
Pepper, Beans
fateful To !
Tanlac For.Restorinf )ut coming up for air, Peas. Potatoes Vtd Onion Sets
If I ' '
aa Health '. >' established '
;* Largest. Wd oldest seed ;
'i ', J ''at. Jofinwtoli (]. P. -C'.URRI'JT' >abuse> in;\.the State. '
'TanladceWilnly' Send for, Fair; catalog and Seed
deserves a lot of JOHNSTON &, GARRETTATTORNEYSAT.YAW '
a credit 'for the, way It has fixed me up. 1 : special.
and I' don' *-hesitate to rive credit : Ji A. MARTIN, SEED CO. i' 1
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'(fires 10, 11 arid! 12 Osceola Band '1i
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where due
mild FloridaSubcribe
Fi William Jackiq nlle, ; t, t J I ,.
J. c.'redliJ1fllf'i!IX 153-C R. F "b7 N<,: Building
J1' orlda;, well-known cn'! KIMKIIUmH:. FLORIDA ; ; for Th'tt Valley C zette", .
Ihl"erat: thrf' Oncar Du n III'* Rhlo... !. ,'. ,
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yards. Mr.J fravis, was formerly in J. -' wr
a 1 the employ! the Dunnellon! I'hoj- I '
phate mine..7fct 'Punnellon, for twen- :
fty-flve{ yeas;A
I I J ,"I' nuffeiron, JB prrcftt! deal from indigestion '! DODGE BROTHERS]
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-and stomach trouble, and
,..'H II my appetite} ,'became- very poor. I
I was forced t to be very ('a..cfulof, ins .
rb diet; and ctfcn the little I did manage 'I :.
ft I to eQt disagreed' with me. I had '
( seven pulps I in rny right side that ) .
I troubled n9 vary much, especially! MOTOR EAR ';
I while nl twit wpikIflwn'ut the .shipyards -
1 and I didn't know what it
i \ was to slfcf well at nlirht. NothingI DODGE -BROTHERS TWOTOR CAR IS BUILT FOR LONG.LlF'E :
took Rcorhed to give me. any ..
land I va.' simnly at a loan. what AND ENDURANCE "
t NAVAL I do next. '
d rvn "I 1 tarted taking Tunlac 'on ....
OFFICERS advice ot, Several perform, and '
want to gMy right here that the medicine THE FINE ENAMEL FINISH, pdR INSTANCE, IS .PRACTICAL- Yv

s RETURN mv case has certainly I have an.done excellent the work I LY I INDE5! ftUCTA r.E. ANtS, SELDOM REQUIRES MORE ?,

titeand eat just anything/ I THAN A GOOD CLEANING'; AND "'"POLISHING TO RESTORE tITS
FROM without being troubled a bit with I
w i (I indijZ't>lIt IOn. I haven't felt a sign of: I ORIGINAL LUSTER
.. ANTWERP thone severe pains in my tide since
$ II finished the very first bottle, and I I'--
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WITH II "sleep like<< a lop cvely night. I'm '
_ 1- very: grateful to Tunlac for my pies-" I Tho .tfuolne! consumption isunusually' low. i\
I cut good health, and .1 I don't hf'KHat..1
< s, THEIR to (give It my highest endorsement." | The tire mileage J ill unusually. high. .. J tI. t
Tunlac i i.* sold in Klssimmee hv J"i
PRIZES II I 1.. R(\l>ernon and (Ontrn! PruK :Store |( --.-.- -
and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud'

t 4rifleman. Pharmacyotheiwise | I. W. Phillips' Sons :'
!
s tir + TV I! U, I : ..
the plurality of Hardinp ,
i I in St. Cloud fjvould have been well ORLANDO-LEESBURG-SANFORD '
''UI' to the plurality he received in I
i k '
I'alm Beach county, which was 571. ,I'i
Every boy in this country has a who represent the United Stats Courses of instruction! are I The prohibitionists!! averaged: 42 in ..
Treat" desire At some time of his life Navy in the Olympic Garnet at Ant held 1 whenever the ship IK at ,he''''Osteola county, and the socialists o-,:
to be aft expert rifleman. This ix werp as members of the American ;Navy; Yard and again when it goes ] 2S.: Fonr-'yenrs! ago thiv county'svote '
Rifle Team. These two officers cap would for the Winter's maneu\ci. stood: Wilson, 811" ; Hughes ',
particularlyso when the hunting turcd nine gold medals-as many' This bieuk' in ship life is welcomed) j![ l.Y:!: p.'olilhltiorilsts," HH: ; socialists.,
6ason opens and his father's shot- Kotd! I medals as the Army and mote "r.all youngsters although a duy',; !100 '
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pun is, looked at with longing! eyes than the Marine Corps The _lower r life shooting on the rang.- is, hard >I; J
la its place of rest. picture shows a bluajarket on the woik yet thereiM i a jfoo-l deal of Kiiiimmeeans Visit Taupe
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The above pictures show Lieutenant rifle range about to load his jfun- pleasure when at the end of u ilay I
t Commander W A. Leer Jr., and Every man in the Navy has an op- you find you have qunlirled l its uutetksman .

t- Commander C. T. Osburn. U. S. N._, ..portunity. . . . .to.. . qualify as un expert or an expert. I Loin Mr, and :Mm. J.Miss L. Ov Lilliftu>r.tre..t.1\IIa'; ,
----------------------------------- Ovcrstioet, Harristand J'
W. B. Harris drove to Tampa
t ton of 71SJ\ The confusion of the j)j :Monday in Mr. OV(>l"IItreet's'new I ,'-e e'We

COLORED EX-1111T. !( two Smiths--possibly the confusion. Studebaker and spent the day attending ,
Mrs. Over.tr..erf'malned \
to business ,
was caused by somB"prood"! democrat
BIG FAIR FEATURE I'i giving the wrong information to where over she at will the receive Bayshoie medical hospital Have All .T pes. For Immediate'' Delivery '4

;' / some voters not fully informedlowered -- treatment from J>r. .Helms, while the ...._, .... . ;)
+& the majority it is confident-I I other members )f the party returned
'I. ". ormtrates That Negro Race Is not Laggard in Understanding |h"' believed hv fully ten vote*-- home the. same evening/ 4
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,.(:! ( . / and Discharging Obligations.t'A I ___ -

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J& bOll.Tme.-At'dllltinctl"., feature thousands: fair visitors an oppnrtunity ,-r -
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p; bf I Our Florida State Fair, In Jackll D'S. of realising that tho negro race M

., I.. NOT, 1S-Z7. will be exhibits show.a is not laggard in ,understanding and .

& accomplishment bf the colored discharging tbe obligations which the .'.
x1 and ;girls ,of the' state in the times have placed upon it. These ex
Jiom* den oaatfll loD'' tleld. ,as well .. blbits. will show, that thenegro ran J
In agriculture and livestock. This: is perf rmlnlr'b. e duties with, honor Fords 'i

}work baa assumed tremendous and 1m.ftortaat and. with credit to the ,race, /. :" '. :v ;
C 'proportions\ and strikingly Illustrates This display: riot only a source of . :

what these young people,, pride guided bthe.baDdI'Or.IDtelUteDce: are equal gratification to tbe white race -'TRADEi=r1 . ,', .'' .',.''oJ,> -t', : 'qr.i' ,
'doing In preparing themselves to be- in the South': whose,pride in it |ti also co P.--'#. .\"
tome useful citizens of their race. equal to theirs and who desire by

i. 'The display will cover, the canning their co-operation) to demonstrate to .I. \. i ( .
field as well ss work achieved by the America that the real friend of the '" ., -(
pig and corn clubs. A large number negro In times of stress as well as f

pf thoroughbred Duroe. swine _have In peace. As the white man. of the A Fordson Tractor:: on the farm means more prosperity for the farmer. It d eln't make any difference _
been allotted to colored boys; and South.

las pigs ark being groomed for ezhibl- In all departments cash prises are' how you spell I that prosperity-whether it i ill increased. production; whether it i i. in the saving that comet from .' ..\..
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: ,{ton atltb: ..Palr. awarded ,"
4 > v.Tb along the same lines as those I
h i Colored .Building and exhibits .outlined Igrsthe white exhibitor and a machine over :a-horse or .a mule; whether it-comei,in a' release from the drudgery and all-day and all-night (
1; Mill continue, to .be On a 4rpr that then '. "- .l
;-except may b* fair competition "*
,' i'mfor the all those \ the satisfaction
I IaaseU'OfMbV' labor on tM: both man and wife-because Fordson answers problems to
scale than bslore-one of the main I among the race, it 1.'conflned solely to -
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fair. It afford colored people.
_. . . . of the farmer. **
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_ c lives%Ithe almost' caribou exclusively, like the on 'reindeer mosses. ST CLOUD IOn I. It can't' be otherwise. These t are' theday*1, of 'p .sreu. and.power 'on the farm' I if;1"'the' necessity. ., It is only ia f

Question of what l kind of' power the farmer* U going to have but ono farmer with t the facts now before him f

Saturday R. I. Rice,and family '- -
ofNew York arrived for thewinter; .;.tan question th1 :monetary advantage, of machine) power. over horse and. mule power_ -The Tractor. the farm-
and the same day Mrs. L. I. Lichty
I1lws and friend reached here from Penn-. : er'. necessity just *bass, much ai the,..pro is the necessity for growing crop*.( ,, ;fAll *- \

sylvania. ',. .
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Judge T. L. Comer has moved his -
realty office to the rooms formerly ( 5 that ii necessary for a farnr !is to know his FordsonTractor as familiarly i1'he understands handling (-. ':

occupied- the. republican club, on :* 'lh'
t New 'York avenue. I a team of(,, horses. He:wants to useUi.tame"'amount: of reason and common sense. the Fordson TractorS
Vrd 'Captain N. Nason. of I
A. Boston
arrived on Wednesday' for the winter's ,:..:. is the concentrated .power' oC. eighteen( horsesalxka. '*fltTirilft. **.'+*.-thsr-tawrieninMrf. e-f 'you; :rm-:;.;...'much, more, flexible -
II -f :> % "t > \
SHOWSINSflTUtlON Mr.'stay.and Mrs. A. J. Myers and than horsp control'' and beyond all comparison much more economical both ia service and ia.., keep. Then ,

daughter Harriet have returned r from Indiana to spend the winter InSt. l(; it will do so :m any -things that horses and mulei cannot do. and, it t ,doesn't eat when idle1..' .
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'r A'A I'IONA4'f' i iy arrived Mr.. and'in Mrs.St. John Cloud F.to Mosher spend have the A We;;'I don't;I' believe-t there is any: question ,in the mind 'of any:farmer as 'to the' necessity for a Tractor, but he .

y of winter.Boston., They are from the vicinity may. have "'tome-doubts as to what .njak'e of Tractor. so that u, the reason we are. putting this: advertisement in ,

have Mr.been and Mrs.spending,A. SI.the ProUman summer who at '- g this pape tofdraw;, his. attention to "Fordson: Tractor. Thii, it. why we put the abov$, rguments btfore him,

cE lING TO Hillsdale, Kansas.arrived on Friday.Mr. of business and view the Fordson tr.ctor.
A x r \nd! why W now invite him to come. in to our place rLJ5ltt us show
and Mrs. Gsl* Parker and; son
. ORI: N'PO' -ofLwf9ton, Maine, are finding a hint what' it has done. Let ut prove to him itt superiority over spy other Tractor. It means more Id-him than t, .
.. great deal of pleasure in this, their
first visit to St. Cloud. -.... it does to 'us.When; we sell a Tractor we make small .#
; Ed Albertson who has. spent the J '
- Mon Nov. past five years in Seattle and has recently profit. 'Lut when he buys, a Tractor, he buys a"power i
y been, the truest of relatives in -I '
Ohio and New Jersey and Pennsylvania '!\.at. it worknig, for him every day in the year; that is,
has returned to St. Cloud for
t_,S A ,r -, r'x thewinter.. if ite buys a/Fordson-we can't speak for the other :

D. A. Walker, retired member of
y i the' Union Club of Cambridge Massachusetts kinds.: Come,'in I

:: yft has arrived here to .spend
the.1 winter-as has been his custom g

-f-- for some years.St. r I. P. TIMMONS x j
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-'L4 Cloud politicians object 'to the :
( ,' ; : br; :.4 -- methods used by The Gazette in arriving \
'_ S at the. totals given presidential AUTHORIZED FORD AND. FORDSON DEALER

Mlle:: i: .io.: total candidates.vote. riven, the They entire claim republican that the TkLSSIMNEE. .' FLA.t:t" ": .
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_ : presidential electors and the Vote \
given the black-and-tan candidates .f , ) ......, lr tL t1

4 :SreeftP&aje: : should ,,be".added-and .:then dividedby ,... , .
> five to arrive at aa averaged This 1
would make a total Harding' vote ,of '<. 0\', I t.

*' '.. -//N.tMlI.: lUll-.We,"dJYlded byfiv_,%wouldshow'w \ 1." '- .. ,'. .. ..- ..... ..I....."Sx. ..I.C ,..'" "i : ';,
.. : '.*,.,republican,.-. .. ..01..1032. as :1..r"",

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.i'CLASSIFIED f arlve'bond, write today for Information :' .t //lot]
.: ADVERTISEMENTS where you can-..t terrMory for r' ,;LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSPKAINA4MB _
sslllna products of. Institution
1 .of kind In laJpaC: mil ; =
lion uaer" J. R. \ .. :l t,
'' n fruit treear SO FINANt'tAL. ...ATIII.litiri. !::, -
FOR SALE acreage there are Department, lit, Wlnona. Minnesota . v
.. I gu *a trees, and -a flowlmr well, 48Itf tlPPIIIR liT. J0HN8' DISTRICTIIS , 9.:1Ih.
f entire Including.sheton a .
, LUMBER-A quantity of Job lot. ess capacity premtwfs.moylr sura sail boat -7' 0- .. : -.J; :: ;1100r \
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oheap. Flooring $40.00 {hoURan4.j fine saddle p.orse.//lrs>clans piano, ', I "RECflI1'T8 0.4.hee. . loin.. ,. ... ; .:&...' Ji;
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two oil h.at. ; :
". China cabinet I Ausrs, wavon uaMics*. some iraplem WIDESPREAD;: ". Interest : __._. ..< r '
d..k and other house' and offloo rut a, are oRereiT ac the Great 8ao4lftce -- [ iTEf ESTr IN ww.... -, \: ..1
. furniture and< 'e.ul menG J. IVPH1LL.IIB of/ft/bOO. Full detaJfa Loses : 100.0OO r\ -
LUMBER CO. 8- .
. by railing, at :Af mlsee or \writ ng r'' 8U4.i22.11,
V Klaalfnmee1'ark. Fire LKr: ,'Accident. and,
the owner, O. ITMcCa a. DISBURSEMENTS ; :
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i, ,:. FOR.' model 8ALJII.-ODe three, visible Bmersonr, as good Typewriter as nowApply ,. .' Florida. V jS 4S-tf jltllaq for Premium. List./01.0!. Auto and boat ;....... ........V-;, f -.'..-..."!-.-> 'TI.OO ill, .. "..

Valley Oaaette. ft- ElmrlneerlnavVa" ....---..,...* 81.031.47. lat : l LUbilitjr .
.y ,. f- MISCELLANEOUS.BltADLET 1 deceived from. Many, State,. Furniture and .Flxturs,' ..,..:....,.._. 414.10 :aIjcaltb,.; Glui. '
r.r interest 1 : __ . . 7,0O.OOvLetfal
'OR 8ALBv-Flne reatdenoe property. r :,-----vX-: -- .:. ,.1. '
, \ '. MATTRESS! FACTOKY s.rvlee. .... ;",
seven roomed house. and ,eltpenscs 4, .. ,. I.7ST.SI i aiMBoiler\ Iniurancc
I, Quarter-block trees pecan trees. live oaks. Mattresses renovated made ,like L Jackaoartllo ,FI..=The 11120 'pre .Of Hoe services. .. VL,'i;.*,,,,.-i......,,,, S011JSUftloe ,- .
oranas onu-thlrd the cost sf a new .. ,. ..... ._ 1,666.018upervt.or.S1ces .(, I
vin.ushrub... Oarasre. new expenses JjP w_ } ,.- .
list
.,'}, ,"fI i .woodshed flower., and two In, one. 16 Bryant; ,: 'II"re e V Orlando plum ot the Florida' State Failnd'Expoeltlon'which ""I, .,-_>__-,_..-_.- I6SOO I jr .Letal. ndt Czecuted.Needed.
are(00m. <
( : for selllnc.' Florida. 47-Itx } .w-tU. be:..t.acetle Supervisors.rty6en.e. vj/ ____-,_-_..___ M4.SSI8 .
rear. Reason VTOft\f -.f.Transcript arid bond ecpenCASH .... -_______ .8 e..uo. u.n "et . '
I. too large for present owner- A1DL ? BEOO D HAND GOODS, bought, soldi .,Novetnber 18 to 17,.. -ben"' on hand 'September SO.t .20....-...___ | .SalaO; .
Valley' Oa..tt.'c anX repaired. The Casino. 44-tt I 1 I kbe ps* s.Anguit 1, and will show ayjprosmately ....' .'., .**..<' -. . .. H.IIH ..\ "VMIMIUpper . ,
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t CABBAGE I'UANT8-.One- thousand] .n HARI4E8T. WATSON MELON ,, $40.000 I... premiums 1 BC JoUs. DratnaceDistrict.j '

i .. "i'1 I cab"..-. 'plants. Charltalown WakeU I'C" ] '. BKK1; 1% cars to aerel) three per Bubsiantlal Increase over the cash 49:.J..l.d. _._ ... r. tk. : "
" *'. r1 'Held, at SI 00 per thousand. A. bill; melon. S4 to 40 Inches. lonir.Five u. u r.---------. > LAtn4i L----..-'-..- . i OfFI i' t. .Buk' BlU'III'
41- / of
King. .Klsslmmee Fla. hundred to one thousand dollars I r" premiums. offered last year s 1r'ibex ...h ''"la"now: ;p; ,
.IU\! | two'"tnarl andcustody ]
'' lliO."fi1 FOR Pl RL ald
r-- In 1920. Thirty years' / ,Already "many re n.sU for 'copiespf . .
if. FOR BALIS--On account of the death a car net /<-rlal Mew. el4'Debpa . .I In fill" adopted jaard.>AaAi my
of Mr. A. B.' Voorbees.. his Chalmers experienceThousands of acrespleated ,) the. .premium lS.t.are,being received ." llh. v.rti. ,. '
: car Is offered for sale. Car Is In taralj4> repeatedly.Vrlte and how compounoJ''h..peq. for -ul-J .t the headquarters of the fair in this .." ..t thin, Inter s U R, Land Tnlltlk..atleraay::: of ": r7i.f : .
Food condition and will he sold at amethods office .t Gainesville. JFIorlda, November .4-4--- A. M.'HALL "._
hlich-Krade" fertiliser Li. A. Jelly) Tbese requests. which' are i i'ii .. ,
I )"r barajaln. flee Mrs Voorhena upper corn It. IASV .1 i '
. t. ie- Btonejf/All iidal .. South Carolina. .. Is that William | NOTICR' Is-hereby given that under
Main after Notice hereby
r street Wdneaday./a (jnjt from all points in Florida, as well
J7 p " of and by vlrtue/of final decree :ITYIAIMRRET
'!r. tober -ty I R Comerford, I rjf.ings Florida a entered -
WANTED. j| a* neighboring; and far distant elates, who. on Oeeember 1.11. made by the, Budge of the Circuit

, t FOR SAL.K-Ponies, Saddle Hofaea i, indicate a widespread 'interest in Flor-- Homestead Entry 01OS8. for I I Court of the :17th' Judicial Circuit of '
t and mare., |BO up Nee W E Farmer IT)ON WANTKI)-lly young' lad)' : MAli of NKV. NHW *f 8KH: Sec 14] Florida. In a 44 for Osoeola Cn u,"Y. ;
j furuman. New Eden plantation 'V Flv.l years office and store expertjKc9. / Ida's big esposltlon which: this year abdIty., of NWW., Mlei-tlort SK. Town. tin Chancery. ,ort November 4-, 1HSO. In

near N..r............. 1"la.. or A. E. jThomas. \ hone 213. I 49-rx mriU eclipse, al.( past fairs held'in this ship 14 8, hang, :.; .S7 1':.. .Tsllahassee I certain ,rtonse wherein Belle'H. ,t
Klsslmmee, Fla. 41-t/ !Meridian has flled.:notice of,lntnntlon Cobb I Is oum"aalnan.and Ada Dare
WANTED' -A Kent. In KI..lmm..e' ,. .Ute. /.. \ to make Three Ve ..'..*'_f. to- establish A. F. ....W.Mann,..Hank nf St. :--
: FOR BALE.-One "..u' Electric Wall /.ell the Original Watkins UemolleHT:,J. The distant .tate from'whtcb t these claim to tiki' land above described Cloud. Flury) and 8. H. Bullock, as
.Plate. Practically new. At .a reai.onable suttees' ejitrncts. etc. Necessities'and '/ .,:before"tlur1, Circuit Court., atKrsaltnmeet ". State Bank or Klaalmnice FresliNea.i '"andVeiet&bles ;
All or /reo.uesU} hav been received Include Floridaare. respondents, I wilt
Jlrl te. Apply Valley Oasetts. /I repeaters spare time/ Kern-Ida, on the. Sth day of
_ ,, T5 Write Watkins, 68. Memphis, Tehnoaaee. / .fVlVKlniarWMt. Virginia, Kentucky.Kansas. January 14 Zfjv< otter for' sale' In front of the court
______ 4 -,tVvAI Claimant: jKtmps aa wltnesaea house door WCIsslmmee.. Florida on
FOR 8AI.IO Quod second-hand Fomcar Jndlgna, Illinois, Tennessee Ii. ,\. f'attefy; of {IxmBhman Florida. Hcccrnber S. l tO _- during the legal ,
Sam O. Rairsdale. I'hen.SS. TED-To buy one or two flratirlass ,/Ohio, Pennllyl.. naa. Massachusetts.., F. Wi Ames, of IJnuKhman \KlorMii. hours of salenthe following described .
I it! -.tt.r well-trained blrd-doKS" : polnterspreferred .' South Carolina Henry r r would consider I-le/ orKia. Michigan, Frank UwilnR. of Uoufrhman, Florida Lot 4 of fcUek A., W.-A Vn, trick's \
,I FOR BALK-Horses and Mules InQuire ... ,j wellyn or Irish Settlers ]R. 1>. \\r the District of Columbia and even faraway Addition to the town of Klsslmmee, I' Pli ne .44'p, :

: ; of J. M Miller: III-!,. log, Orlando. Florida. 47.ft. ,Island kit Guam ?U'' nOBT W. DAVIS I Florida Terms. of sale tf>\ ash. . i
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4t-fit. Af Hen Inter. I'
" FOR HALE For Rent Furnished FARMERS-Send' today for a true I I Aa soon as off the press the pro- -+t-- ( JOHN 8 CADRU I ;

Rooms and Mo TIIHPHHH Canlx 10uents ample copy of the Florida Farmer I! /alum Hat will be placed la the mails.f !. IrruU 4'e'*. state of Flvrlda, ,,4!-''' Bpeblal Master In Chancery. 44CRAWFORD{
cash at The Uaaette ofdce.46f. and Stockman published at Jacksonville "* ,Oeventeeaith Jaidlrlal. (.1......., O_ W.
Tells about livestock rale- | i ii i J ls> rireaiH C!art. elate ait KlerMa
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}J' la ( oe ',. I. l'hs.eerr.Kalherindi'NrouIrs
i pig. dairying, poultry citrus fruit AND GIRLS S>v a>teeh'tJmiMml Clmlt. Oaeela ATTORKETATLAWOffices
BOYS PIG
Eon HAI.K-six-room d-house; /and trucking weekly, at f 1.00 pS AND :; Cumplalnant. Cewty.,' !. Cfcasieery.Leila J.
one-half blui..It from l>lxln Hltrhwar ysar..-three years for It 00. Only CORN CLUBS WILL HAVE ,... ; : 3.' 45; 8,'and't'oice.ia. ?
.
Would make anyt,ne n iftn\ horn livestock and general farming. paper FAIR James Ii roy.<... Defendant lonaAHarvejr Complainant.. :
R IJ Wells, 407 Emmett str t. In the --state Write today : SPLENDID EXHIBIT It BiiptuHdHT by affidavit appended j\ Ya.Wesley :8a D I Building+:

Klsalmmt.e -tt the bill flied In the abnve-titatrd cause 'Harvey, Defendant.It ..1tJ8sh( tK:,. FLORIDA. ,
I ANTIilGlrh to take Nurse.'I, that Jamesul., Rnyles. (hb defendant "; ,
,
Morrell JlckaonviUe.FIa.-An, Interesting u = appearing.,affidavit to
suits at appended
FOR 8ALK-Two IJtms' 4-year training; therein *d. Is non-resident of the I
na a
old .'.e. \flvet. one dark blue, one' plt.il lakeland. Florida. Call In .wofl as an encouraging feature of the Htate of KI.HIda. and I. a resident otBro"'llIe. the bill died lit the above-stated cause '
dark Runnrftn style White l I person at the hospital to learn par-/ that the rnsraenoe of Wesley. llarver, '"' .
irrven I and that he la
Collar and puffs, detachable. Nearly Siculara. Meda Blverd. R N. 8un} laO stats fair here November 18.to Z7. l TCXHS the dafendant.'tkereln named la on- :
!lover the aK* of twentone ,ear.. It br : I
Dew Apply SOI Main street. 49- : will be a remarkable demonstration of Is therefore ',Ordered that the said kno'.n. and that he Is over the' are : W a .IT ,

J. FOR BAl.K! --Uarare rooming- ; .... 'ANTPUk-Small. all plainly runlshed the( work being done.""In .Florida by the I non-rCKldi-nt ;defendant b" and he la ordered of twanty-onsj lhat'7the: years..:defendant It I Is therefor be I, ;0 \ ,

ly runlshi-d: near enter 'of husinececllen | ....: Imtrov..mpnt.v..boys' an 4'ctrla' pig clubs. of hereby<:ompl r0I1111.liit Tiled d to In appear said .cause to the on bill or and he i Is herabr required/ to appearto s..., O,as "Wi A, vw..', Wks r

: theap 13 K Wells, r"i I I "i.rco".e... Florida. /The 1S20 exhibits are to before. Mondavi the Sth day of Januarv the bill of. complaint filed In said .
mm..tt street Klsslmmeeft/ < I expected cause on or Mfore Saturday the isth ..I' .. II
A. l>. JlI! the alleaaUtons >
WANTED'-Two doors and''' two wlridowa overshadow last years display by at day of Deeera>*r. A. .n. 1SSO.either- Has A -Lire!' I
of said hll '
; t \ot"erWIIlt' aa confessed Littlel! ... ,
FOR 8AM;-Klve-room college thre 1 with or without frame.any.ise blocks from the postoffloe Pr e .. or any part of above. Address. / >j order be taken aa i/nfe4eed by said. de. I ... .\
/ It Is rurlh"r that this
4<01> with description location and/ charge of R. W. Blackjock. of the Agriculture I onleied fendant.. \'
1800. Terms See K. n Wells.' ... be published onc> a week for Four '> 153,. 28 square to moat 'of It'1a' .
Emmett street city ",-lt [ j>wce: Builder, care KlaslmmPasette. College. Gainesville, wh consecutive woekkMn. The KlsalmmeeValley It Is furth.'.:ord.rad that that this truck t 4 \
4'-lt< order b. published once a week for ga garden; arteeiau.\w-eUat :
FOR HAI.B--ladles' automnltlle coat f states there will probably be more naxette, a newspaper punllsh-. ], eight consecutive Weeks la The KIs- eurht'. ou.ei of Are*. room saoh. ...

for sale cheap Apply 4 WIMeoeJXbuild LOST yhaa 100 register pigs exhibited by '|led This In ealil 17th I'ounly das of mnd' November State, 1 2OVlerkTrircUlt slmmee ValIe4Oasette.fclld a ...."...11....rpublished Tin land fronU.fu feet: on Lake

ln U Mf IXSTf>lreetone nx44 lre. carrier the young folk.at the approaching' big J. i : :,. This Ifctb In dajof County October anaa 1910 tat*: street 806 feet oft ''UDiora. : i
.
ant license No. Ill-M Mlchlxanpius '
: I Court. "
FOR SA1.K Bungalow: all Improve- to L. A. Parker. Tamptyrlda eventIt KRIBB8 A HTEKOSolloltors : 7. I* OVRR811REET. arid: 300 feet on'ABvy street. Located -.
f ments: six lar"",. rooms: InrgP'porrh / .' sad receive reward It.* for (CoropFaliiant. BULLOC;. Clerk Clrcult Court three blocks';\\frona the oenter -. ,

; close In Apply on premises (Circuit Court flAn' -. 4.-itNUTK'IQ R. B. "of KiMimmee.C Also J.8lotf.
-No. 8 Orlando avenue, KledmmP4..4I has been estimated that the total Holloltor foe- Complainant. U.tt "
FOR RENT horse-power which could be drawn M_ (Circuit CeurLn. *si) in North. KUslmmeA and one corner .. J"
TO ('RMDIT '
Fun HAI,K--(Ireatont opportunity' Iq' FOR RENT-Furnished lint modern from Niagara Falls is 5,500,000. __ -. .. 1luTlt'R.oF'! : RRIUCIAl.1 A8TICIC lot at Lake stet *and Can: n
count not to he mealected -- oonveniences Vi. B. Harris. Oa- 1m <'*sirt ef the (....,. Jedae. Oeee*la ...... tral avenue. All! for)$3500..Terms

--1.r"nrf"l:: here s/re "Bacres .ette, office. 4'-tf We are proud of the confidence decors I 'C.ssryate_.f Klerlila. to spit t ,
-locsted at Kls..lmm.'e/ Park NOTICE U iireby vixen that under
-with It lake front of SCO f/et. On FOR RENT-Lance" cool bed room... druggists and the public havein In rp Estate of Arthur K. Vorhees and by .I..ot a'' Final DeCt..f Borne one.UI". mafee some. money .. l-
one tract nf si sTne-hnlf llg-ht housekeeping apartments: : 'and/ J666 Chill. and Fever Tonic.-adv. To all Predltdn. Legatees. Dlmrlbu- Kor<-cloaur. and Sale rendered on the 'Oft this ......tm' to A ,
acres I Is a live-room bu"nn"a';a /w with i a Karate St SB-y I tees and all. remnns having" Claims td day of Octdber, A. D. 110, In the
bath: largo iraraire: dalrhuu.r. / he wives of many English! fisher- or Demands iKalnst said Estate case vf J.i.J. Richards, as Complain' J. MJ wet,Ls0H
dV. waKonshed: poultry-hou and1 AGENTS WANTED keep a black cat in the house You, and'eacf of you, are hereby .ant. versus Olive W. McKay et al.as ). iL '
r yard, and motorboat Mouae; 31' pen nottfl.d. and required to present any: Respondents In the Circuit Court i
bearing fruit trees, eve thing' In ,1 flKTT. TNTO BU8INflRWalkll1ta" to assure their husband's safety. at claims and demands which you or of the Bevchtettith Judicial Circuit of ".v,
Bond condition.. On th. v-emalntnv. products sell to every farmer. If// sea. either of tnn> have against the the State ot FiOrlda In and for Os-
_._ estate Or X I'U:; *>ee, deceaaed ceola County In Onancvry that on 'r
---- -- -- -- --- -p--- -----;--- --.. late of O...>eol.. Cointy; Florida, to the the Brat MondlIn December the <- -JL- *? .4 \yh .S 8; '+

i tuod.P.Ignad.JsetwtNz. '\ of. Mid ..>..tate. .ann. o.l1rmttiMatb --day of' Deceentier ....1'
within one year fro M .the date hereof A D l door; of the CourtHouse
Dated November 10, A. H, iH \ir..Ie... Oaceola County DonNg1i; ;

MART L.1L.L.IAK. VORHKEa Florida, durlnirt.: the legal" hours of : .. t
i ca.\lt. KxecutrlxNOTICR ; sale, I 'wlll'pfrer for sale, at public "1'1'
,. f outer, for Kaahr'In hand to the tilthem (I
-. OF ril.INO COMMISSIOKIKH'N , bidder the* following described YOlfR ES! ...
LOR IDA nUIMIHT FOR 1'PfKH liT I property.. tiitwltziIteglnntdg'ats"tbe
: r ] I Southwest cornerof
HIHTHHT.Notice .
JOHNM I111ANAuE
.. e \, .. Lot Bev..rt\(7i' : of the South Florida
:
ASSET / I .Is hereby ttlven .*hat all Railroad fTorSVariy'a Survey of, the f :
persona Interested In the following Town of AC1' {natnee'Ctty.' Florida, and BLCfOUTSrT RIM .
thence ?*Jofth 47 degrees West
described land and property in 'Osc.>
ola County in the State of Florida, One Hundred, n4.. Forty-two (It!) PUNCTURES . f,
i SQKj vis- feet more op lvss. to an alley thence
} lVg T ,r* 1CUL AEe Kast' half of 'Township It South North 41 dalong *...> Baat Sixty ICO) feet SfjfAGS AND BLSfcR3
,
Rana-e S4 ':Rast. '. the enlaely, line of said alley
1 Bast'' h.lt'ot Township, 16 South thence South jfl decree Fast Ono REl? RED AT.. SMAlii\ 'COST, t

.Rnnll'o'14 Hast. 'K, ,' _" Hundred and''Forty-two: (141)feet,
> 3uth' Most \ state Fat East half of tffewnehlp( tT South more or less. V thence. .South 41 degrees {
R.n.(i 14 Rast West Mk& (SO) feet. to the
'Vy
be spared to make the fourth' Florida SFair and East half of Tftwnshlp IS South. plane of beg! & ng. belnsr In Block '
:)" r No.effExposition< Range S4 East Included within the Four (4) ot tMHSouth Florida Railroad DpUBLC YOUR .MOJEAGE t

th _Jiost notable show of the kind ever held in the state and Ittae. "Upper 8t Johns ralnae Dlstrlcf Company saBurvejr of the< Townof BVFHAVING' YOUR REPAIRS '
i that the CammlaslBne.re heretofore Klsalramee Cltn Oseeola. County
wID rack | greatest expositions of the South.' appointed to- assessS and dam- Florida )k : kj
A. CARED FOR AT
This let day'pt November D.1N0'
ages to the propertirvand lands sltuato -
t Each of< Ie more progressive Florida eountlea will participate and the "'In' the aald xlraffia ire district and M'- N. rLEoaica: : re P a t' j y t 4
to apprahn the cashMUliM or the land
tate ins! t governments win lend their assistance In Intereftlntf.andM. necessary tu he taken- for rights ofwav As SpecialBB 'It" In Chancery.. r it: ,
AKERollcUora Ak BTEED.nt. I C A Chok of. Nolt1 Tira !
*._ --ff t.fi.L' fiiB. i tot Ste. - Afyf/Mifi TI *=boldlnc i laatrocUnfM at :.std 'district withinor without the .Iow'C: p "' 47-11 *
FW S/iX i
S-J-
** v 1lmTs of said distrletAflled-their. .report S 'and,Tina, 'W % t'l
offered orcg, i appeal to In -We Sth day of NOTICIII b:cJ liDToa..
f November 1130andy .and each of '
mJe < jrotf are .hereby notlAesrAhat' you may I. 'c..1ot .f' (fc."r-a>.. Judge, Oste! lesto; Alferd 'V
,
examine s a to all or any part..thereof on ,
or befnr the\ first Monday. In December" In re Estat.-vf August brdas arks p '
\' 1920.First ; -.' To all Creditors.. ,. Legatees " publication In la County. tees and all P'r.ons-having Claims
Friday,' November 1J ,>JMT Demands' a trains! said BatteiTou 101 adwy,
'
,'r ) Real) .J. F. JflTCHEtU and each' of: you. are hereby
Y Clerk of the Circuit "'Court, llrevarfl, notified and required to present any '

rr I, ta County Florida;, > J|t'_: 4lt claims and demjknds which you or \
YY I either of you. -may have, against (Its
? f ( r f f : N9 tirib estate of AuffusttOrdas." ; deoeased. late 4ft
4 -r i of Osceola, Florida to the uwderalKHed :
To Whom It Mn'ViTonaernsThla Is Count *
that. 11"atfdiy nCnec..nber x of. said estate, ,
8tthe
to -
\, notify: >you A. D. I 2oSi] shall aupVr to within two'AuKUJit yeojrs uel from date hpr..or.U..t..d' Women do pot have to patron!ie
1830DfARr
A. D
a the of the Honorable Circuit Court C. 0.,'i ..tidrewa, the, Seven-Judare ORDAS', the beauty parqr| +>-f fit il their eldapiinplca '

rd t..nth. Judicial Circuit of the state of 48-t t.,, '1'i' beutrlg.NYrlCM '
ie"aigfi; and(.
"
e Florida and Osoeola County: to havea '
minor child. nan e, Mary Leulsa j ( ; 0... AI.III otches reF =
.... -
.
va \. Notice- Is hereby! srlven that under and iI air "I

Agrtc.lAll "..rea.-; ef 41 tJnlt.a States De artmeatef New models sad lab .fanprov..u.nta: la paasanAalesis. and by virtue ot a final decree ls.u- f'
Y .. Antp (Jog out of the Circuit Court of blood ia Ia
iar.t Acriouitor w ati.exhibits of great ..r ca'So boslnoasefcra and automobile tracks . ..nd 1tBasiWts 1921 TagsFot11I CltFult cite. .
of
.17th .Judicial the State ofFlorftla.
> edtKational rata.ter.! eomnunlttea andindlvldoala and dellveir ara.wlll iclv. 4ahaaers i.ecUve pun Trecke: ditlordertlleyahould
and for.Oscoola .
..... In County.In
valuable pointers
iIba tbaa auny
,I ">a laMi ylay.of tears
;
Chancery, dated October tS, 1V20
of their eqoipment Ready
tunal merit, yTiFlorida's ; motor: v .
: t In the case of Ullla H BaHwIn asAdministratrix

.UvaatMklasaatrr deveopm] > i 'rM' will. be shown in.Pen'tatu.* horaaa, swine, year and show the advan s science' h.. erase. andturid -. r.hap --'-"" ff: Baldwin deceased, complain' : '
.< and dairy cow )twtllopen tbe.r...ot \ famous sands a lamer and bettor mWAaasae.. ant versus K. U. Lesley. JehnleI.esley K, ' the'.drugstore.
tbs visitors and unpraaa. ::: >:.;.w..r"", ban* elks.. war fne sots sad ...1'1' type Of dean __ anti> i : : convenience of the public Oulda Malloy' Mary T. X k 4 'that
< tioa will be provided to ainuse sad a tAriaIo.P1I17 [Rankin John \\if' Rankle I.npft-r A
*
f. V fc: applications! for regUtrationn of motor Prattler Garafe .C! B. ,:a.rl..on..nd. 'y' wonderfulblood 4''

W Exhibits. from vonltrmeVVr. !.Idni'sad other,' The Florida SteU rate and IbtpoaKlaa: la thaasdcpartnenta V...... v"WcleN.,, for the ,year 1921 MAY Ktate Uank of Ll.k..land. Respondents
.ftd statea will rival; lets extent Wkiee a* the mat* tonic
will have eompetniou that will Industries't if I will offer for sale to the highest ,
BE FILED
1'0&aleck important enp eltk>na ia tft nejlened.f'. Oountry. Rabbits in.... eaeaUent showings In ail the varlo\a* W.._. NOW. accompanied byremittances' bidder at the< front door of the CourtHouse a and alters.-
I and pet atock will not !be, .,,0, ,MtiilUai summed op tinder these elsasiarstloni. :Weak" THJE!: l9il! TAGS WILL at "Hlsslmmv' .v. Florida, on
BE SENT OUT A Monday December .6. .192U. the following sits live of Dr. yr
." 1Ioye' s.1 Exhibit of InoneMd. edneatlerV"'" to One Lew fares are offered to JaekaonvOle. oa'all Band J DLE OF DECEMBER fo THE'Mm-1 described property. In.. Oscetfla e f Plerce'srwhich '
Gird bore and !rl. ef IIa, Cora '1'aI1_ and boat lines raavchinv the city and Ra1ee M County > .
Clohw.rk Club., Call Cluba C9noIngCluh" n.ClaM. llbcml .time UmH will enable vuitora t* re- All canons filed up ,1-0 :. hat timer and. Lot 110r".1)o. 8. K; It; 'R, haplacfxi
:i. and OaUT.Clubs.. will,. _-.... stain over for tranaar*.! n. of buslnaaa or torviaittas ita11e..d. i I thereafter aa fast as applications incorrect Co. purvey,of the8clty oT Kl.*l n-

> ; friends . : form reach .this office. Inca, Florida. Also lots 1. t, S. 4..
i. ,..no....... farming and ImprovedMachisery to .bar : 7, S, 9. 10, 11..11. IS 14. 17. IS .1R Sys fore tit<
Itj."fIIc tag the labor shorUs* la a.ricultur'' !:rEy se.ra... the a. pnds'wfl .. PJ'sa'd '!'neb" Before mailing yt ur application 10. .11. U. IS and.li;if, ,a end .._Pllft..... New modala and IslaTncters t oi ,for thai eiIWaor aavisK'earlota of fiearlac ht. inores..... please see that all questions are answered second addition vt Ui "Klsslmme public''over'il yetnte0, : :
.... mass wUI Ve ot value. to all who are .ukksad iaexpenaivo....... &II and fecund and and address is City, Florida according te official ;
.'" sated 1st ,automotive or ahor aaaahlaenr (veil &. .1o'M'Ia your name plat on tile. In the office4of MACON; ; I'' oDffkt 'say I
printed or written plainly to avoid the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
\ errors. The law requires you to exe- Oseeola County. "'lvrlda. raiaed'mr Iron"Dr.lPier&.,

For further informationSecretary ,...a B. x:. Hanafoardeg ,cute the application Before notary Term. of sale cash.October 'Golden Wed 5 Di.c very.,' It Je .
22. 1MO.
I and General '. ,211... Dyal-Upchurch- ; public or some office uslnsr a seal. 7bMl.R.. CADEt' "v"''t ,the beat I have known for ?

M Bldg'Japksenvluti( .; Via. .. Tags cannot be issued until a duly "i-4t. 4 Special Master.HOTICB coueHa. I' cave it'te rof .,

Nine : Amuse and Instruction executed application is filed In this roH rvBLI CATION ierogh b/1 1 not eoly helped the

A ,Days,Filled With. office. .. them trencth. and

Jackson for the Fair : Blanks maybe secured from banks Department of 'tomhr InteriorJ: 11, wbe tbf''tbs'' reet of the
Get
Your Ticket.. to : _. :, ...t justices of the peac.,,notaries public, Land Offlceat. Oalaesville, I"l.. would .,
t -- ... I
*n- 4. -ui G -a.M* kMeLr > 'il i Oet II.1.10. *M '-< ;, .- _
5+tt ';-. ? and county officers, Oll"the comptrol-. NOTICE! I. bershy rlren Ibt' 'Art tbaM' ical D4wov.7 t '

'$ 1T. chle JIIoJ'b..r.on.l.lOl Lokoseet Florida, '
ERNEST AMOS, who on July it: 1'1. made Home. N7. too. I die,Influenzaandeough;

State Comptroller stead Hntry No6161oLsor'BEK':. nSW It Lft Ill., and K
{ it and-WH *f 8E 4 Section :27; '
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Tallahassee, Florida. Towashlp ...;w.'ItaaJreTall.. J. ... oherwl.. s. qto.upl..f

1 t ter' a v ; .. haase..Jfsrldlan.a has ..Blatd .notice. of Ned"' .N

t v Rubbed the, skin for rheumatism Intention-.. to matte Commutation-Proof. ,1..! Dl.eln.ry+ 141 id Bs. of the
10 .atabll.bI> to the land above
,- neuralgia- contracted muscles, described before_Clerk 1,Clreult Ooort. a4d ,b up' ill berlith:

". I S 7i .44 ? sprains or lameness Ballard's Snow at Klsslmmes. "'lorida.se, ,ihe "8iebdes7
,November. ,
of l.ao.
( the
; Lpiment.goea..Tight 4through
'ik ,
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i atl Claimant names' as witnesses/ I
flesh; to' the <:bone,1:easingpain> and a C. Ulller' oftx>kosee, Florida.; 1IDy to, U aa4:1: *

removing! the csuee-_It 4. a-powerful .V, b(.: Edrla..ot-t. ..kosee..,,IHorlda., tm l'gb.n' tb. VI
.. J. B. Owens ,-..wro.1o..1da. M dttv..ut
lain reU I.'f Three sixes, Be04 66c and 0 '
sta/r'{ .' of' Florida. frcMMa..u >
C Loke. 4V
IL'Psdgett i
da a $1.20 p i\bottle.- SoW-ty.oberson's,. \ .. --- ,
." c- i xr- .*-! "j ROBT.; .; Vtf DAVI8.nit. ."" .
'\ Pharmacy. '\le.I . R "H" ,aa."c.J. .,. | "
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.. TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY{ ,. NOVEMBER 1?,. 19tO ;.. .... : . f.to. : .

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Best (Irade. i Outing(, all colors 33c 9.4 Bleached .Sheeting' j 74c: Moil's. Union Suits, ankle length, suit $1.98,.

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$ Medium Grade Outing Flannel 25c Ladles Union Suits, ankle' length, $1.25 Utititeached Muslin, 36 inches wide 25c : :

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1 Best Grade Dress Gingham 33c Childrena? Union Suits, all sizes '$1.00 Belt Grade Overalls, pair $2.25 ; ; MIN ;

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9.4 Unbleached Sheeting 68c Our Store if Filled. With Other Bargains Genuine Elk Skin Shoes, pair $3.98 : :

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ed that temporary dampness was far WATERS & CARSON, PIONEER AUTHORIZED RECORDS + 4 +1 ...t'

''[ sobs TY's REALM preferable to the unpleasant cold CONCERN TURN OVER STOCKTO I AT CENTRAL DRUGSTORESince ; ''i

k conditions of their northern home THE RECEIVE I SOUTHLAND GARAGEOpen '

LEFT SNOW AT HOME << the appearance in Klssimce ,

All mnlt.T Intended for (hi.. department TO COME TO KISSIMMEE (Continued: from PnR' Ono) I of Miss Gladys Rice, and her -- .
;, .nhonld he handed .In aa enrlvaa Mr. and Mrs C. B. Crtim arrivedin appreciative work in conjunction. J.
that official It became the
aa POBK'ble. .\d"I""'" m>tl I. ., i> of coni- Kissimmee for- their nreroj'alive with< "the phonograph; with a soul, Under New Management 'c :
InR evi-ntH moat IIP niithi-ntlc. l'a111! yesterday of the receiver to continue the t there has been a considerable demand .
llj and ash' fin Society'1 tenth season-accompanied by their f I
? Phone i 1 business as an asset of the corporation .' .
Forma pion Promptly; lull o'clock Ron, William-end will occupy their and at the name time collect for the records which have Cars Stored and Cared for As "They Should Be
fn i each Friday morning home at 408 M'nbbette' street. Another i been BO widely advertised. As maybe
I I outstanding accounts and make settlement -
in another of
--000- seen portion today'sissue
of this is hiway
son 'couple on to the creditors and he willdoubtless ,/
;
: : { of The Gazette it is possible'to
?? VISITORS I RETURN from their home city, Mount be continued in his presentcapacity
TO GEORGIA HOME I I Union, Pennsylvania, coming by automobile until all business difficulties secure precisely what is wanted at I- \1-1I'
Well-Equipped Repairs Department With Men Who Know !How
1, ; weeks, the Central drull"tore-and the factis
Aflei! spending several at "We left a heavy snow shall be settled. Mr. Owen, now
home of Mr. and Mrs., C. I fall in state when started- shown, also, fiat' the merits of
the 11.1 our we in charge, was for many years an advertising In Charge .y
Funk, Mr. and Mrs W. R. Tucker ,, said Mr Crum, "and because of that official and general manager of the this paper are recognized as an I
and two children together with the fact I couldn't call the weather here very-Owen Grocery Company of medium. Those who mar -- ----
mother cf Mrs Tucker Mrs Josephine 'chilly.' I think it is fineandwe I desire to listen to "some of the best"may 1
even Tampa but for the past three years
; THE
'wants MANAGEMENT WILL
have their gratified by PLEASED TO PLEASE YOU
left Monday for to be here.
4; 'I Burton, on are mighty glad; has been secretary and general; man- .
calling at the Central.IS '
their home at St Simmons Island, ager for the Tampa Association of .--
'" Georgia. MRS PRATHER HOSTESS Credit Men. This is a branch of the HIGHLY DELIGHTED 1 \
FOR BRIDGE PARTY
national association of the
MAKING WEDDING TOUR The Monday Afternoon Bridge character. Mr. Owen has won same an WITH FREE AUTO CAMPMr. Po..e1 Avenue vHISSIMMLt Next To Po.toffice 't] .

,l BY AIRPLANE Cluh--was entertained by Mrs. Holmes enviable reputation in a knowledgeof .>(' .
George Halderman, Jr., who has Prather at her Broadway' home- credits_-and he has also won and Mrs S. H. Youngs, who .... \.
b a large acquaintance in Kicsimmee, I which was patriotically trimmed in great; success in "caring for sick are covering; this state by automobile .. 1* t
+, tr was married at Thorn asville, North 1 remembrance of the recent Armistice business propositions." Mr. Owen while Mrs. Younes is engaged in J'
Carolina, to Miss Virginia Lefsey, 'I Day. The occasion was a delightful says: writing a book upon the various localities ....OOUUO. :... .'i-. fl ...... .ou..o.. ... '
and the newlyweds are making one---and the guest prize a hand- "I believe that this! business will noted on their journey from
? their wedding journey to Lakeland, : some outclass bud-vase, was awarded payout dollar for dollar. I feel sure Grand Rapids Michitran, has been
.+: the'hom. of the groom by airplane. Mrs. Jordan. The regular club- it will if I can have the cooperationof stopping at the. "Kissimmee Car
x Mr. Hdldeman is an exhibition flyer'I prize which also! wan a cutglafes all cred itors. If there is to be a Camp" Mrs. Youngs is decidedly
? -and the bride has previously made vase, was won by Mrs. Gardner. spirit of malice because of previous enthusiastic regarding; this camp, l Cribbs & Cribbs
many. flights with him I Those participating in the dainty transaction it will be all the more and both she and her husband are I j .
lunch served by the hostess was I difficult for me to bring about complete so delighted with Kissimmee that
FORMER KISSIMMEE GIRL Mrs. D. W. Alderman, Mrs J. S. satisfaction I fear; but if all they have decided to return here after -
I MARRIED IN TORONTO Cadel Mrs. R. H. Dale, Mrs. George to other points and
... those who owe the firm and all thosewhom touring; pur-
Copies the Toronto, Canada Gardner, Mrs Harry Hudson Mrs.L. I the firm owes will give me chase a home-site upon which to
w, dailies received in this city announce H. Mrs. C. C. Jordan handsome bungalow. Both
Ingram half a show I'll please them. The erect a *
the. fact that Miss Vivyen BI.Iglrfl.dau.hter Mrs Edgar Katz, Mrs. Harry Piano, load was too much for Mr. Carsonto visitors say that the Kissimmee Realty Agents
ft MV. and Mrs. G. A. MTs. J. D. Woodbeck and Miss Tur- carry; he is not used to such conditions camo isnext to the one at Plymouth.: *
Briggs of Kissimmee. was married ville. but I am. I am under no Indiana the best they have visited. *
-*> in that city to Frank Barton and .z obligations, to one-except to :.tt
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any
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,
that Mr. and Mrs. Barton will reside
TWO TREMBLING HEARTS IOWANS ARE PLEASEDAT ,
see that everyone is treated justly; r'
r" in Toronto. 'The wedding occurred WENT PIT-A-PAT and that is my injunction from the KISSIMMEE VISIT 1 '. (
on Thursday September 23 "There's nothing like commencing court. In doing this I am making a''

IOWANS ONCE M RESELECT the week well" said Luke Thomas plea for co.operatlon-because thatis I Coming from Sioux Citv. Iowa. Will Handle fifty ahd Farm Properties .. 3
KISSIMMEE Swaite as he led the blushing Mrs. what will bring order out of chaos. I and visiting Florida for the first ,,
+ Mr. and Mr. B. L: Parker of Margaret Adalina Caster into the And once order is established I'm 1 time. Mr. and Mrs H. H. Huddleston i N'
Sioux Rspids. Iowa arrived in Klei courthouse on Monday last and met sure all will be satisfied. are expressing the greatest of satIsfaction '.
i simmee on Saturday and will! spend Judge T. M. Murphy. Judge started over all condition found $ ----- the winter here as they have been gto. say something about "a week begun NEW SANITARY FOUNTAT here. They are making their home :
doing for several year With them I showed good work done" when REXALL DRUGSTOREThe 't 309 Mabbette street and although '
came their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Luke informed him that he and the but a short Lme.has elapsed ' [fUl( ; LISTINGS DESIRED .. ;: '
Franeea. Alice Parker and their I bride that-was-to-be were .of lawful new fou"tin"; installed this since their arrival they have found ; / /; . ;

f grandson,. ,Francis Byron Pa' ker. age and well-recommended, and week at the Rexall store Is said to thing' so agreeable that they have I "'\\', . S i" j'. ',If '
The family I la. making Its home at would like to be married right away, be the "latest thing in sanitation" I decided to remain through the win .4. ;;. i'I" .,'.. ; ( ;h ;... tt.' I . 'm
._.. _. ,
i X12 Beaumont avenue north. please as the day' was a bit cloudy and i la a handsome piece of equip ter. Mr. Huddleston is. retired I ." ,<" *'; ir-i -- -- .uj.jMM t'1.., "'\ .." .. 'j.
and they'd like to get back to their ment. The management has no hesitation farmer-although he still own M I "
FROM PENNSYLVANIATO home in St. Cloud before there was in declaring .that no city..no large acreage which he lease*-and ,
Iff: SPEND THE WINTER much of a shower. matter what may be the alee or imiportance i la a keen-visioned man; and there is COURTESY EXTENDED 4{
Expecting to reach Kissimmee Without the least bit of tact Judge I hall anything better in the no doubt his stay her will be result- *
i next Tuesday Is party from Beaver 1 Murphy asked Luke's age, and the line of furnishing pure drinks-and ful in drawing here some of his acquaintance % .
Fall. Pennsylvania consisting of reply was "seventy-three." Margaret expresses complete satisfaction because to become interested in ,. - -._- .. 'w:
+/ W; A. McCooX, Mr. and Mrs' W. A. Confessed to: ,"' but of the increase of patronage in some of, the chance found in this I ...
h'' McGee, Jr.;..and Mr*. A. M. Price.:I i looked so happy that ceremonial this department. Many improvements city and county l','.'. .. '. _. i
+ These winter visitors have many judge declared that he never would have been made in this store \
friend .ia this city, and have beenaoqnding ,have thought it. Then the ceremony since the new management assumed RAGSDALE AGENCY : \ W Brwjlwty < Kissimmee Florida ;
QI .'the "''praise of Kissimmee' followed. The judge was a trifle rattled control. FOR ml"JWcWN CAR .,. ,' .' L : ,;{.
raong a large circle of acquaintances but. withal did a good job made
,"", nf their locality with OPPORTUNITYTO .. .. .0. .to 0 n....._....... 'J
.( home out the blank, received his financial ONE RARE : Ragsdal .aIUI01lDoOd this .. It... ........t...
Sam -0- '. .. ,
viewto havingsome of' them visit '
and,
/,reimbursement, and ..Idtaa Mr. SECURE FINE PRQPERTY week through the columns of The
this Metton': of "Qrlda during the
< Mrs.Swaite ,left the courthouse: th-t '
U handling '
current" season.., .yENTERTAINING . ... "Bless you my children; bless )'OUI"! Attention is called to the "!announcement car Gazette which that has he been MOW*o fine a reputation PERTAINING. TO CHURCHESCkriatia I world' toil ., .?
DAUGHTER 'j ] in another' column ',regarding =; throughout all loeaUtlM'where I Sunday i la the pearl of days.. :It i il
FROM ILLINOIS EPISCOPAL, GUILD PLANS the offer of an unusually the buyer desire omethinr' above surer ,j the. day for social delight and sir'
.Jtr.J-accr ).[,.. R. A. Howard ar FOR FANCY WORK SALE fine home property at a bargain the ordinary-the Franklin. To satisfy ,' lean< upJ ok. It renews ""fadinr'" ". ;
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h1' rim',Tatada, from their homo in ----- price-If the ale shall be effected at him,elf, and '.others who have Rev. W. H. Coleman Pastor friendship and kindles* into flame 1 sagain
i i Elgin Illinois 'and are snugly ensconced On Friday and Saturday, December an early moment. The propertyshould become interested in,, thematter; Mr. -- i the) cooling devotion of. tempted I. ,",
, at the reUtlence of the. pa 3 *nd.4, the Woman' Guild of interest .anyone anxious to Ragsdale i* planning a "test-run" 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school and world-beset iainta. It lift ; \\Q
conduct attractive home and determine what one of these 11:00 a. my Sermon. the burden from the back of nlave. 's: ;}1.I
rent of Mrs.; Howard Mr. and Mr.j the Episcopal church will a secure an and will\ ,.
r Charles 'E. Rouse.,. at 306 Maple 'avenuSfTThis 'I ale of fancy work Christmas gift should be seen to be thoroughly ap 1,car will do on a limited amount of 7:30 welcome p. m.-Sermon, .' and even the beast of the fields bed ;r
la the first\ trip to Florida and plant at Wilder's Studio-the preciated. The announcement i* .fuel. The trial will soon be staged. A for everybody-especially come partakers of its sweet and re* t
,<. for these visitor; and although there ale continuing all day and evening headed: "Among The Live Oaks," I .a have. been trying to get this strangers tf trashing mercies. ,
+: their More detailed no- and for inspection for some time" said ,Mr. |: Organized Christianity is a nedessity rf
'wal',found,I'I. damp city upon I!upon both day*. applications I I'agenev Cbnrck 1' and God's
arrival' MX and Mrs.' Howard declar ti I car; it is something better, ,and it '' of laws that must be observed :c,
.. Rev. W. H. Dresch Pastor If man ft to be healthy
sells at a higher rate. At the same hap.,4:
,.,. II. .. ,.; ... Aft__ -ft___ 1> -ft' '__ .. -_-.__ ...11\rill' II. -,.,....:.. II. -ra,,. II. -1ft___ ': -ft'___ time I feel positive that there will 10:00 a. m.-Sunday-- school., t I.I py and holy. Matt may not disrei .'N
.gard them with
impunity. The .
demand from the more essence -
be a good ri
n i 11:00: a. m.-Worship. Subject: !1' I
I and'mE'aning of God' ordinances
and I believe
discriminating buyers- I II 1

1 1DR; / ;T RIVERS .. L. H. .CEDCE GEO. ''T SINGELTARY that Franklin I can will show prove the in people the long that run the. ,I"The 6:30: Flaming p. m.-Bush.Christian 'End..avor.1" :verities are and rooted when man Into refuse the eternal them "t f

.Pre.w_, Cashier Vice-PreRJe"t the cheapest car to buy/* Topic: "The Thanksgiving Habit. strips his soul naked and denies' ,'i'he
7:30p. Evening service. Subject his
-, . l ; own heart the < .
s < \ MICHIGAN VISITORS I : "So Built We The Wall." tion in the .univ rse. Leaven is impossible
ORGANIZE CLUB 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday: prayer for the man who refuses, '.1,t
MAY
: 3 'services. Topi4: "Grace AccordingTo God_ EvangelIst
II Christian y.I(
.
Capacity. <
A cnll has been sent out from the 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: choir re I I I Vapor from naptha or Twnrlne will' .
Chamber of Commerce ,to all former hearsal. flash from a lighted gas Jet or match
a.a in and present resident of Michiganwho '1[200 feet away.CLASSIFIED ,
p
Change .
are at this time making their Ail Appealing Query I I
I : homes in Kisslmmee. In line with ADVERTISEMENTS \,: .
wr' On and after Thursday November II other southern cities there is a desire Why should not all places of busi ARE READ VERY CLOSELY- \'U
.. 'I here that associations shall be ness be closed at least by nine o'clock :'I '
4 ;- ' keep open until :3 P. M.. instead of 2 g. I formed, carrying the names of the on Thanksgiving day and everybody' No doubt there are hundreds of, :"

various states in which all residents attend the Union Thanksgiving service 1 readers who have articles about
,I' the 'j
In order to be able to give our ; .
_ 4 ;'>0 have their home*-or those who may ? I house that are of no use to them-i J.
"f" +, > Banking .Service: and to enable us to have m."v; claim those states as a former home. A I but there are always some other .

e :;:; "t .. book work properly the Bank will dote ' To this end Secretary Woodbeck.will lend of Sunday Necessity who'd like to get them at a bargain. ": .
: the Chamber of Commerce The "classifieds" ''
-- are read 'very attentively f.
: Sunday is an economic and physical -I '
J. afternoon and will transact further of that association, a* well I )
p : no the office necessity as well as a moral and by all, and In many case .,;
'4 .,., I formation a. the calls may be made: best level in a physical way are only M:, wilt find a pleated 'customer. It, I{ tfnantite !-'
.. three o'clock
A. .;1 Saturday afternoon at reached wen the observance of cost but a little to make an .peri- 5'5''ment Itt.
,:'t ';o..f:! ,)"". ';." I hI the'day and hour aet, for the Michigan God's laws tI\ written in nature and I!' -and the small ad column*.of |{ 'HI ;
J'i ':; Bank of people :and it i la hoped by those revelation put the spiritual in the ,'The Gazette should carry a great!;; (<|i i t'
': pking'' an active shall in the proposition at-- ascendency in, conduct and ideal. ,'many bit o>{ ,lnfo.., aUolI. 1,, .!hl'.j' J ""t I, '
be large
, that there a column. next week *'. *
.
: : i Thereat beauty and value of the tOne .
d i "
initial club *
. :,.. \.1:4''' 'I' 'Hour 9 a. m.'Z'p.. ; : ', tendance. Once the ''Lord's day marks of Divine. '
I.,. \!,} : ,vtpr formed, there will be a very friendly Sunday spills am splashes' of color andsunshine potato,. W large. "thai ltglwlllfthen t ,{tf:,i'l!.
I .. .' rivalry among the people to learn !. aa a for 1$"person*, IaIt-l; fj
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I into the gravest lives and me1t { ;
,: { '' of the states ia the best represented been .- f a : .
which :
/ California- :
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'the' adjoining ..
and
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'7'V .; .TA"Bttn" With"h.'A"lliq, ;; 8 UJ''that.U J stolidly and die to live i'renl"h:name'"Loqisla"; a." yeJ'Nlftf. .. '
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p Vs ., !and: WilHnfn. **. Jto". "" .,,., , .. 'nEPbsnS.rvsu, ..:-: .3 setti'give. irplendld service for. mall nerves 'gf the bra worker .chance .roaMoret. ';I' .' .. .J.r". .. 'If'" ...
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