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 26, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00987
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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association, of 'MI hIgan people!I" EXPERT DECLARES l HIGHLY PRAISEDjaduoarflle' HAS WONDER 'CHARM: OF, LA PONT WILL game i* vested In the various -counties '
"W. are"certainly' the best people : 1 ; of the'' state .

", : la the whole United( Stand "; ---.;. " 2.The foJlowing, ::.. >n1y >are'"game '

;- .we'll say *olt> ", ABE Tiaie* u... ,Speak.Moat" Valuable .A4jj less to' Attraction 'of REMAIN CITY birds Swan,' geese'; brent ducks V
,"If there I I. any state jn the -union :QUALITY IN rail coots-mud'. ,hensL rGallinulas. *
of ExbibirFreeCwaty 1 L1uim.ei'and ,
f ,Flatteringly, .
;, Ibat' can show Ult' bet.ter. in Klssim-, : Coaaty shore1' birds? plovers, surf _birds,' tXi
mee than the Wolverine let 'em got : of Osceola Lies ra Skorei .f' East Lake snipe, .woodcocks sand V pipers, 'tatvtiers '
New York Mercka Hi= Pleased Plan. Beuif) Perfecteel Secare'P.
ii" it!" : t Uy t. .' ,,curlews, turkeys, grouse, .pheasants ->
'Those are some of the expressions: : With Staple .Received: Desire In line with the' diversified'prod- With a wonderful 'knowledge of ..... it Site for Enterprise nat quail and turtle-,dove. jt
made at''' the Chamber Commerce Her. what, Mesas ;; S.' It i* a $25;fine to catch kill
I IiI. Other Yege4ablarwa ucts shown at ths' various bOoth., particular people desire in the Muck to KIssfajuboo : or ,
.' Saturday afternoon when people ,r Osceds, county has a most prais- war lot an outing. for the winter ....i- ship or-have in possession any grins
.,p /Gathered In answer tothe call sentout and with .. "' bird;< plumage,,.skin: 'eggs nesU ,
i "The' quality ,of the cassava sent worthy exhibit and one that prob- an IIbllit, pre Because overtures have been made or
.' that all permanent or temporary me is, first-class--and they era ,aa ably will come very close to winning ciselV those desires J. Edward to the proprietor of the souvenir thereof except as 'provided by law. ..VV.

f' residents from"the lake 'state, should good as" any I have ever seen" the first prize, If not: actually carrying Krause, Indianapolis has approp I I ?works.'F. X. La Pont. to remove his 4.' Open aaason' November-- to -

"get together. There was a nice That is the verdict of the merchant off that coveted dist>netioi$ the riated to hhnwlf,., a >ast acreage plant to oth r locations, and because March 1 following for deer- ..wild
i, attendance and there will' be m.nyJ I 1 I in New York who has been booth being verr'h.ndllOmelv as wells ) along the shores. of Fast take Toho- I there was a possibility of the turkey ouall. doves swan' ,, geese,: -m
; additions to the roster that was artstlcallv'decoreted in white and pekaliira! and has there' effected, ises pretn-' brent rails;, ,coots, sand
being. sold
handling this for in "from undei him. ?
, J made at that time.. 4 catering I j I, to product the seventy thousand year" yellow. Kisslmmeo is the county seat such changes in.that, splendid hostel"ry 1 after he had been to a large expense f fj jyews, snipe, ducks 20 ptovolkc mber'r
4 Secretary Woodbeck.. of the Cham. in thatdistrict who esteem : of Osceola.. and the exhibit Is in which was erected> regardless ofi in putting the in rels; November:, ( eV
people j shape 1
property ,
bar of Conxmerce, called the Meetingto following for t Unlawful'
. such product a delicacy.. charge' of Leo Wilson county agent ears agone as to create a l there .Is now being made Che."ant.
.;:I order and theh followed a brief it This for I. A. Wetherbee I with Miss Albina Smith home demonstration resort which. has but to be seen once to secure the property arrangemente he de- ]i to kilt squirrels or private

1 ,. address of welcome Ur those from I!,and those opens who may. be 'so' fortunate i agent, assisting in giving by the appreciative to'render each l sires. A, body of enthusiastic men and park at any time. .
far north who had been 6. It '
/the .state Ii'a
; I $60 fine to cspturerkfll
out inforniation. Attractive and most beholder anxious to remain there till
men loyal to
'as to be associated with him in the .the city's is '
1 ,,;drawn to this city and county for. production of field interesting literature ))11 to be had the final menu is served at the close looking after the interest .or in lure any game bird'or. animal-
: cassava, 'a new ; propo.ltlonnotonly
n ..,t.lther.: long or a short period. The"speaker instituting a business which will increase here and in addition a largo amountof ,i of the season. because the project is an excellent by pitfall, deadfall scsffold '
'!-t' trusted that each visitor'ft'would" as .the fact becomes generally I ;first hand Jnformat'on', in being To }hose who know of the location one but because it mean the, aalt-Jlek1 blind pen baited: r

't '* be so favorably1 impressed'known I theconsumers' thattFlorida given out by those in charge.In 'and are acquainted with the history establishment of payroll in Klisfm-' .hook. baited .field. drugs, poUoivi '
5 t. :with this portion of the" state in1Which among the raising of citrus fruits, this,.of the estate little need be sad to mee'' that will reach i chemicals, 'explosions, or similar des
'products are ef'JU.I- no small
.j,, 1 t I -gRown figure '
*- all sections .
were pleasing j Tice. '
: county can: make as good a nhowinv .extoll the property under its new the '
,If not'' superior-to the imported as months roll by. I
jfttoat. the result would be.'anearly' as 'snv'and wonderful assortmentnd.collection title To those who are unaware Those souvenirs meet with i 6. It is.' a $25 fine to catch hurt'or ii
' end frequent re-visit until such timealt' of.beautiful fruits will that Within forty minutes' ride of so kill game bird, or. animal between -;
I It I I There was but one fault mentlon- ready a sale to large-houses, as well dark .
and following
as each became a property-owner' be found to please the eve andco"'d Kistflmmee lies. a spot so attractive, daylight. the
t. I jed in the acknowledgement of the as to individuals that .ronsid!!?.bl'! i
{ here. I one be permitted<<" to help oneself and conducted> under the direct au- cash is day. 1a
the to
j trial order shipped. That was needed properly finance ,
' ,The association was formed under )size. The merchant was em.pha.tic the sense of taste wquld bthoroughly .. nervislon nf one who knows the hotel! !the proposition. To do all I' 7. It U a $26 fine to kill more than
c. the name of the ."Michigan Club," having tbecaasava satisfied. Bananas andnlaeapplei business from the office to the roof- i for the necessary ptie deer two. turkeys, twenty quailor
the of retaining establishment inKissimmee
point 1
with J. J. and ,upon twenty-five birds of other:
England as president, any
.r: 1' thatwere sent Are also shown as products garden, the information should provoke will brief
forger than some require but a
." V R. Wiotrlng and species In one day. It ia a $500
secretary a committee any
; of the rich Knisimmeo valley a desire to investigate and time-and
' .', "They cannot-be too large he as- ; guarantees from a body.,
't' of three fine to kill than three deer t-n 4,
ap- 1 I serts. This however is a matter and some wonderful peppers in bask onoe the investigation shall have of men that will result In firmly
'rpointed to look after a program for remedied. No mention eta are shown. The root crop, corn, rommenced "Runnymede Lodge" will fixing the Indultryi.and the movement turkey or three hundred of any oth.,
the next meeting which was set forT very easily er 'game bird species in one open sear -
1/ in grain highland rice, forage crops. have another devotee. is being
was 'made previous correspond-- rapidly pushed. '
I i Thursday evening at ..ev.ntlairtf..ati sues as to the size desired and Mr. .ind sugar cane possibilities are well Arrangements are under way to means a great deal to this city to son. r''
the 'Hart' Memorial. This committee 8. It I J. a $25 fine to barter, sell
.' should indicated with what has been gent have the official opening at as earlya have this here me.n.1'
Wetherbee was fearful lest he plant : and it a'
i \ consisted of A. B. Yoder, -D. IL Sut- send 'some' that would prove) useless and well placed In the booth. date! as mull be found possible.A that Kissimmee will _lire muchcoodpqbUcl'1'becauH or offer for sale any game bird .or i ,
ton and Mrs. Louise En..I.1kI.I i animal. (
The observation bee hive which force of workmen is placing the
, 'because\ ) of N, cassavaIs of the sending
e. It is fine to hunt outsideof
music'by $100
Following charming a
.t commanding position in car of furniture arrived from '
occupies a just
-out of the ,thousands of .
desired that M not at east one beautifuland '
: is 1 your precinct without lieense -
Mr. Yodel who 'a member of own a. ,
the very front of the booth. Is one the manufacturers. Other are arranging useful which
r inch In' di.m.teIID the smallest plaque. are formulated
the Kisslmmee Concert Band the! '. which! Miss Smith is | the little ; a $25 fine .to changeor alters
.p- {point-and Ml"' Wetherbee has assured of the exhibits ,, many matters from the native wood. The industry licensed .
1 I meeting adjourned.The dealer called upon-to-explain. As the intro. which mean so much to the well- will a ,
the that sizes begraded employ at least fifty
' :< following residents of Michigan can 10. It i I. a $25 fine to transport;,
7f to some huge proportions. i ducrlon of the honey bee industry In'conducted hostelry.The culinary hands before many months haveeasedand ,
4 registered' prior to the call to The principal object in forwarding .Osceola i 1. largely almost rntirelvdue regiment from chef to the ;remainderof the products of Kissiminee wtthin''or'without this state any ,
order. i this is well the force la game without' a proper license. It i.a.$1OO' ly;.
W. to her effort, subject experts ready: to will reach all :
",. Mrs. F. Adam" Detroit. a.l ,(C"UQu..d on Fare Five) handled by her and is made absorb'ngly take charge of the service-which United pottlon.o'r.the ;. ; fiat for any common earnerto ?

A. A. Abbott, Wayland. 1V ,;. ,. !- .,. interesting. The work was will) be more than ordinary service; -State_ receive such ,game for. transporrtatton. '

: )fro and Mrs.: Clarence BartholoV started largely| with the boys and and in fact, arrangements are com . -i v
f' *m.w. Kingston GOOD LUMBERYARD .,.Jrl ,' dubs and once Interested these iplete I in all details for service to I 11. The witneese. furnishing evidence -.>
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bissell. Detroit. bare and girls have done wonders those who shall make: this beautiful KNOWS :KISSIHHEE to convict for any violation, of.{' ,
XadeUne. I the laws': have half of the flne.< ,
ir .Bls.Fll. Detroit the businessand Ihjpir.. the game -
and studying j-MtloK-plivc Jfor
are deeply pot sea-
'Phillip B laell.-,Detroit. imposed.. V 'V
in '
develoelng It. Arrangorf :
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cole. Benton WOUL01gE1' ... widsl form tire many tall jars of "Runnymede Lodge" will prove an NEEDS A' LAUNDRY 12. 'Persons residing in the-.tAte''*, '
Harbor ,- twelve months may on paymentof
V i I 't' *trained 'honey honey with the comb asset which will give- much gromlnonce -
William L Coryell, Pontiac 'of Lu.Uryard fa Ki.. end honey comb, all showing to''KUsimmee well as toOsceoUv $1 to the county Judge receive'I a.

Mr. and Mrs.- J.> J. England. busee .Weld. -Prove laceative. for W the packed best advantage ty reason nf..'' county. It will advertiseFlorida Visitor f From Midi;.. Note The Resident County License;" a "Non.. ;

t' : land. Mere : the strong electric light bulbs, hidden with added zeal.. a spot Necessity EttabfiskasMt. of Up-j 1'resident County License"* for' $3 and
Mr. and Mr. C. H.r.-Bddi.gaed' Jpeprev {I. "Non-resident Hunter's Lkenae"for
S. ,
Wood-I . which illuminate the jars from! where winter playgnounds abound.In .
. '" .. To-Date Laundry
$15. No license ,good except -In'
Woodland sees**. In-haek. Similarly another pyramid' his handsome folder announcing j, "
f.* Mrs Rosabel Fleming, IYf iars-show ...wi4 vari tyof jellies, 'the creation of this spot Mr."Krause i J'county issued. No license required of
, & Mr.' and .Mrs.JB-. ,. .The'sfact that the only local sup lam and marmalades. Miss Smith .U :nays: "Frankness compels us to'admit That ,there is a good field! In thin resident. Confederate- Veterans.
" Jackson.MK .- ,- I- city'' 10a: I.undryne' that is ofmod.rri I County'udge: to have 2S;. SOe
ply'house for Umber has been closed 'liw taking great pride In shoeing that there are hundreds of i land I
: and Mrs;, H. W.., .Grutl ebe, and that several miles muat be traveled and at the same,time exhibWnr" "ihe j jnnln charming and ,delightful and design and with a capacityaufficlentjylarge $1 respectively, ,for each license
'I' Bavpe , Ithis land to care for the issued City. which lei ofJune ; !game
to secure even a small bill of ". r of fresh meals, *'-winter playgrounds in
> Mr. and Mrs,'Karl Jordan' Detroit, lumber is not conductive, to many big item in Osceola. These j,,rs con- -sunshine where every day in 1 ." work 'from other localities ,acknowledged 60c and $3 respectively for eacH

: Mr. .and Mm., J.= H. Kelsey, Kalarnaeoo. -needed improvement to buildings Lain ,a' wideWariety V of meat! 'The And.while that broadness of praise by every one and.thematter' license.balance goes to county' school"
Jr. ., '. ;alnoady' constructed noris/-it any test* have shown and fully demon- characterizes all his. literature he i* V is being fund., a

. 1.a. -c-: Mr. and Mr*. G. __F. Lattln., Pent. .inducement: those having, a desire trated that meats, prepared In thismanner' I willirig to admit that no one spot ered the by one here.of thOUJthtfUJly'eon.idJ'1 I 14. County. the pme"w.rdelUl are recom-appointed ,

y.ter. I to estimate upon building"nome. of and later, used are even will! be. allowed to present greater Mason I, by governor upon ,
tt , J. S. Lattin PentwaUr. 1 He has noticed mendation the board of county reommisaionere.
\; than"Runnymede
( eort. At the present time the -od eonetMnsr attractions to the tourist than .
any \ '
more "
savory '
Mr.. and Mr,. C. H. Leninger. colored people been raring .r- : V .t
situation is d-.w fresh. the
r ; not llo ( the lack when they are cooked By own dge/ ,
( Vi bbure, for the laundry. many families. to l 16. County game wardens maya *
] -. .
Of lumberyard is much commented off this method the farmers
,f, Lossia, Lsthrop Lansing; :.. ,: who adoption raise cattle for.the market- save,,, NUMEROUS keep increasing -. prices until they l[point deputies in: each.,, election 7 Pf!"".,
')Mr.; and. Mn..C.(, J?,Miser Walloon upon.Kissimmee: ''Is enougbto'In., time their choicest cuts .. STATE'WILL have become prohibitivo-: it i*' a ,plnrt -' ,', r..
large from to time, CLUBS
f jlr0j ,f....;, a"t-.1"- .. ' vite the." interentST.of 'lumbermen'' in and these :eefedIn'' glass Jar fact that unless "steps are taken'tar i, .Ie.* All grade of license'.,... 4
?. Mrs; D.,K.- Moor,,Blanchi.ud.Mr . . ; are Sufficient -' ----- lessen these figures,'the' majority of i of',differeDt color contain a ,..yftOpal.tot. .- ? '

.,..!and.Mrs.jF, Ai _Meyers, W.,.4thinavicinity.itbi.have carried ,Jai j:atoek largeenough. *t* least. tlllteommoll'lumbet' to !"at.'there hand-at always times-of a" thevyear.J sup- I I There Is "o be social rivalry' between residentswill have to send all ,their the game law printed, on the Melt ; '

'.rwL., 1; < !,i. ........' states-if _the intentions ofre.ld..ta..of work" away from Klsslmnveev Those land, .haJLbe.cood only lor't... open, 10' y
'. needed --
'byithe > ,- : clMEE:11IE : .
Morrlaonf; V nton'1farbdr ./ f' pro .1( various localities ,'are I 'fraction .
.ATT. .- pecdvb'boilder.' : If...there,\;',lacks: :.tnrMentv : Bur' . i who come hero fromthe- northern season or s. : 'thereofiramed.
1.1.. ?'aD4I. Mrs ,....; ."t..> -: ? auffleient' activity In. "tEXCEPl1NC' HOME-TOWN the doubtless that good- ashowing'waa ;
; ; ;
,; -:. i fact 110 wssbingPdone in their, localities at '
', -,- 11'1'.... '.red; ;:Mrs;-, "MBtry, ltcekwtll; building'1ln.>'.to >.support exclusive-juch{" institution -. ... '_ej' "'..0 t, --. .- ; I I made last Saturday,by a 'dollar- -and even less-Whll* .here'; MERCHANTS. OF SAINTiB00STC1UIMBEIG PIT&- '
in "'
,. Mew Ere."if1 ";=, -," -f'. :I there should. ,be.-1 an ofttde manner character' ::MYov"m.7j'teU': the .'.peonle'of KJa.jlillt'Jle I present and' former -Michigan real-, for,the saa>."amount. 'of;goods the[i : OY.COMMERCrI " ,'
.. ' ,: : yard ; : jt4htthli"eitv: and.this county .
r' Mr nd: Mra1; W. . Ross-Jackson. < ,, tients. There... "i i. every probabilitythat price rangefrom'three: to'four times] t.
eondueted' eUon. with
'w \ Rose', : < n:'conJu noTtho: aiirroundhigs are the.beat in addition there' being in 1: business':nest ; Peter-':
/]Mr*: A- ,Rose,.City; : to that, figure. .Jt, is : considered by I v-The"! ; of-'StC';
.business "
.JMrxnnd ..M.Sktei: i iMr some othersuitabl.lin., ; 1n"aU"'the United States- excepting 'Clublherewill burg .
. ;Mr.'W,' Xisslmmee /Michigan those who know the laundry', business j j are-firm believer. in paying: for1
Tensing'; \\ '-': ':'h' ::: t tbut-, in som.'mannerthese New Era; Michigan. maid, Harry ; ba'an Ohio Club an Illinois .Club that a- profit.could be made atoneSuM' 1 : purpose cf n8c1erJI; '' Z ,
blsce in- f. lr.ublicity'
{; .I' ;ana Mrs.lnd.i :\"{C..SensiliaJWay.. a terial could thercity be' where'such'tn t .! Jt9ckwen.>V at the meting on Sstur.j[|arid an JndUna ''Club--possibly more. kin prices. ,charged by'th. body that '
purchased )i* : a moment' oIay.I'doll't think much 'of a man '
- : t the.e--a the weeks: pass. colored I.. domgits'' beat to make businessthebetter ,
: .* /
..1,0. I'"1. W. A.. Skinner Lansing.' ,. VMrs. .' .notice. ASM. matt .-.are At. : who'll not (tick-up for his"own home- I|I Ith. effort will be made at the Because of the [excellent opening for, everyone.This ..courae'Ia.
this time the.cost "of : '
"-. ..W. A. Skinner .Belu..' material securing a town.-and ;;th.t *s why I word my'''rooms of the Chamber Commerce for an institution of this sort prices shown in many ways but< nothing,
small bill'of. is increased .
> -greatly sentiments this way.: I 'am surely ,
Myrtle SkinnerBelvue. ::0All' on.S.turdaJ', November'27. to'orga- ; than the advertising
'i hsve been obtained upon various can be more significant -
".' and'Mrs.pell.. H,' 'sutton; because of the long-haul and I eased! with Klssimntee,< and wishthat.ell ,intie Ohio Clubs the' meeting be., firms. in
; .. > the >time required to 'securewhat an sites; for such a plant; and there is : don by. private>> . u .
.Hastings"V my friend4n and about my-,ing' called for three o'clock, in the every.' probability that such an industry -., the Time of that city' -' s
be.needed' The absence of j
,.i 'Mr. and'Mrs, W,#! C.1:. Van. .. "" Antwerp),* may lumberyard. In. city. thiswise is a home-town could come. ''down here 1]'afternoon. On the following EWturi will be installed. The,..'is at When business firm, a "depenaa-
' .a .nd stay a while.,Still.I "don't: '>know. shalbe' for, .
day unless the matter' dl-
Tecumseh! ;.. t-1 deplorable ,and there should b.'meas- the -present time' a well-equipped, ble house, ;will pay for a'large
'- > Mebbe a lot'Of 'em would stay rightalong I Warded to an earlier date it will be the at' least' it i advertisement to- wothfaW"
JaeobWeakler: Benton ,.Harbor taken to -the u.ed.'BuUd- I II plant in city was lat say :
supply .
: ores and then I'd miss >m whenwent' '
-- the afternoon 'Of those who' claim) closed for'the Chamber'of''
when it but
Mr.: 'alld. .Mrs.Woodland,7 .. Vv. R..Wotring.: ing ,in Kissimmee la to- soon take on I back1orthe',..ummerl'* I well-equipped was a good'word .
. Illinois anSi the following Saturday need
in be vent
-. .. which.will I i down. Precisely the .
quickaeyicsand -
an activity --
tivMANAGERIALCHANGE; ---id.., should'require be; taken DIXIE' ELECTRIC:COMPANY' ,the formerand. present'residents of I which the machinery may be at the forth tbat, the city is lacking. eo- ,
steps 'Indiana will the S. O, 8. call.:'
sound present time Is"a questionwhich only operatlonl Yet several firm in tb.tritF eTa
:. -:.. now tov pulplyth. .prospective" .needs; 4: IS :
.1 RUMORED ''IS'r COMING:' .. KJ SSIMMEE LAD WINS ._ .. '' I own program each week--and it isprobable It may be possible that a copy of an advertisement occupying "I", ,
.1 Uri hU I has been In. that".there. will be meet- the > Inchee.: although '
t -: DECORATIONSThs o'er--- "caption one deal could be made whereby, the space of fourteen x
.:TOSTCLOUD'PAPERV :; .MARINE merchan. to 'decide which '''state-has the
+ .telled'tbe newest -flrnr of big I present plant could be disposed tit ata the letterpress If being eon
,, Ii.a : : ;. : ';- Jisinrwithi.: .B.., Vernon Porter aprtoprietor. greatest talent-when there. will be a fair valuation for aU parties; but'denied .In' this fro-print which foU. ',,'
understood'that.ClaydeJobn- .' many frlenda pt'W.' Bradley Mr.';:Porter found the mixed with each state fur. there-has been '' far all lows .
.. program no attempt so : l"Nearly-_ . .... . ., . .. .
:" son .who' has ;for several years been ,i Harris,.of Kissimmee, .'son of r Mr. need of such a .lin.> of goods. in Kisinini nishing contestants! These organisa- U known to dispose of the concern. w. . . .t. .. ,iririyyye
..VV. Vmanager\of .the.St.- Cloud nd'Mn.cW.-I Hanria. ;will be !. .e,>and concluded .it branch oat lions form "a pleasant diversionand Whatever may be the outcome; {' s: V IS ISV

.& at St.' Cloud; is about; to'' Je 1'ribun..j pleased ,to learn that the young man although his'work -outside man will furnish coneiderallle-enter- whether the old,plant i I. ,,taken over, three thousand inquir-, + iiiRRR

post-having-' '.ecuredj'y.-a ,, has.l .received ; his" decoratloTKof, the aer., the(loral .telephone;compsnv .tsinment. J_ and absorbed ,br' the' new venture- '*.fes'from northern people were' >'
f' 'with" 'large corporation, which ;.will) "''emblem. very similar la' 'keep DIr' him very busy.-snd there is every !belief that there- will e answered bv vourChamber. of .* 1
A launch a br.nd'lIew evening paper at to"the; Croix'de''Guerre GAs's !promises to 'carry In- tock all een- Miss Elizabeth"Murray, who is soon be ''a laundry .operating fo Kin Commerce during the month -of + ;
",, Orlando.,' The''new institution':-willvhave Demberofl'the.- Fifth Marines, be I' Is Ualneeded' ,In his Jine together with .pending-the St. Cloud and sfmmee, The fact that such an* institution September: and October. To.*

a e.DU.I'off I $ 60.000, Mt i. entitled to t. general line: of, household uecessarI U connected> with the Conn Department i* not operating at the 'I. Everyone of these uuniinea., ." i
ehould.rhi.'regiment .
: stated, and' Mr. ;Johnson' will assume upon the'teft In- ," Store, was in Kiasimmee on present time cannot,, be understood, 'come ,'front a prospective visitor .
". management of.the, plant'. for"which! hsyinq',been decorated.with.'the r emblem " .. Monday--transactlng business at the by the visitor -' Every visitor' faa. prospective *.

'. new bnildlntf .>' ball 'been erected, by the French government But -I'll! African V baobab tree I.i known courthouse relative to the settlementof _, investor, and is.a teal 'customer .
;II. ,The change will be made,. according one' other:regiment ,la' thui-,entitled :'o.lrv'e. ; 6000, years. >n estate. FIRST SUGAR REFINERY -of. many. of otr, merchant.. *" j
i5" to present ; Iriformation, at"a. very and the honor ,is highlyappreciated. -,- . r 'h NOW BUILDING AT PALATKA e If but one of these visitors ti
t.earlydate. 'r... t.i'f'a' " '' Tb..corJ<< carries the colors of' green V .vdoesbusiness with you. 'tt will *
** and;red......doea the Croix de Gulrre; .4i...t... .. ......o..o..oo. t. 'o.. to'-. o more<< than pay your membership +.
".1;KJSSIBIMEE i : MUSICIANV. , ; ,and'a ,breut.barfa attached. ,-"f t.j.O Pal tka Ie be the site'of: the .'sobscriptjon to; the Chamber of *,
r. '" ,Mr:;' % .: located in ClnR. first, tsngarx.fin.ry! In Florida --CommerceAmembership in the + t'
I now .
WINNING:'A.ItEPUTAfON, 1 '_;, "" ', ..; :f Wherthee tr*dae\:of the r Mtf>. 'wflJ $. :: *
'i.<..: .' '::.:. i"oI: -.MANY-PEOPLE- 5Tbit i ii I Chamber''it ,Commercela""n
-. lIUIatt0S" :KNOW?
; :rl,!" ; :, ; ::-i '(: .. : -turned out 'as-a'high-grad. sugar., *:j eund.-......nieJbief.vinvetment for. *

\ Prator 'Gilbert,1on; lft:: ;: alndAMrwiJ.f ' .Aho..: .alyd'oillgjn'I11Jaot; ( ;' ...'is i>:. -) The, United State*:r. Sugar. Corporation *' {any-businessman; ae well ... a'' *,

",," Rw Gilbert. of B7seunrnee} .. a a'visitor''ia'ICasfmmeef.vth) ; : ..ft m ."" .. .. ..;, > . of'PhUadelphia.: .'. ha*.,secureddv.rfront'holdipgs'rof *.-rlvUege and'pad,4wft'>'

\ ;*ffw-.a' member ;an. ,!:xrolle; ttnaarS tlinev._'yre'' deeprjr'-.Tegreto';the'.factthat to' ' Jl'r: ..., :...... :";huge ,d1menslow' -''*r..y...,..+ topert + Z
-4. +orgaaiaatten at *'" at..that -,, point- on: the; $JntJebnat -'sA'. ''f
", Balnbrtdgo; has delay.dhla'oonUngherg: >*, by'Uunch' tnp. be}readeIrom'tliedaik',in Kn.immee'htskLake I* ness wan.j.'v.i }; ,
' ., may . and .work basvaJredy! r' Coenasere. *Ij '
7 G.orxkt-'wker. be J* whoring an till \hle"'tII" r.rtWa\ declare that ; ; ; 'o ....... : e 'Join'the-Chamber '.f ,
t1vlable V record. ..Papen.recei. 'by Akeecbebee, '; memeJt-oa the plant' at ui estimated, *- Nowl -< ';t '" :* W l +
.:$: ; therelsao apot tin -Floridawlrer. ; tlt. ce; 'tu .either the vet'r the ) i .. .
eHrcoast .. .
the cHy.clerk-from) that town, speak theN :an. to be.t.1IIHt I''--iltanu! : ,' the J ifJOO,000;will be inroaUd them,j,+a..Daaa.G.retr'CsmpsnygMAp., 1. ..'
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thteyou8g"nvn eeoting than In thin ,cityraaa'ahe.ffl: .do \ 'peedable; ;
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: -4rhrr'' Pryor, lad,.Ita t ---nwanerojisgivethe eoneUerable'good: xadvrtiai tear ; .-. m mm;Y N0 w "" &a l.rT fTI';" bo.iVWyf'wele.lle; ,,,ir'pwiacea' ,is' the:+':- I' Leesir. 'PIIt"l ani'deret'Pptrpiy ?:.{ ",
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TWO "" '" . r. _. __ n THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE:, FRIDAY,' NOVEMBER 20,, t.0 a..- -x .. .. '- _, 41K

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urro :M vxms ClOtD '. ; ..*v '.. '. I R: .AT. -. SNAPKILLS .

. ".. 3X .. LESTER ALFORD Cloud Stephen'Monday W. ,Wheeler.arrivcI after : pending In thi St! MACK DANDY ::CANDY I, Almod.ri from Mir*. ... Atutolmtrlrrriiwt... u.RATS.. :........ekatapr.r. .....i...
in New Ipswich. N. II.
summer! ,
Mr, and Mrs ,John W. Fuller, 'of rake.-a." sale....... with .rare-lb.* ,..I......
,. Youb1Now. vfyLiLi-, +" LL OLD Polo; Illinois, arrived last Friday for Q' 'eBuf'it: 's'"Gd:' 1....."........ ,
the winter. IIIko al.rI<< rak.l r..ah. t r lBBtrr
.. I WAS SIDEKICK. ,,rDNEVGR. I KHokra er follnr.tut aI.
\ MV.' and Mrs. F. B.. Robbins, 'of J r.k.J blrkra''
& HAVE SwvecreD IT IJ ,I. til.*.* ..13. ....f...r.. .. .,
vtULCAF4 North Nebraska, stall -
Loop, ,came in/las Itornr r l> r
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ONG@ C 15 ra o ckffarHa I .n
the winter. f :11I .
Thursday to spend
? f 'sad .M<<<.l..ll........ .t.mIBKH. ... \.....
1 tie Ladles' Improvement Club wil tor furOrr hitllillBM.Mold +
.. )hold.a reception in honor of the La Home Bakery .tria ( Mar...<-r. by' .
dies' Library Board on Wednesday'. : CENTRAL DRL'G BTOREfOSCEOLA
December 1, at the library,, comer: HARDWARE. CO.'
Tenth street and "avenue.. otOtttoo.o.t'O't. o o.oo oo oooooooo o .o -' -- "j.
.. gettingalonlt The Valley.GazetteRUNABOUT
xi Pastor G. Vr PIxley is o.'T"
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the terrible - --- --
considering .
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nicely --- -- --- "
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Ordeal he has gone through in the ,
amputation of his left leg, His sister '.-;.
Mrs. H. Goodwin a -capable :,,1 }
OU'D never think that the,tire you get back from'us nurse from Detroit is with him.

i Y' full of air and .pep was the blown out affair1 that Baptist The Ladles'church Mission met at Union the home of the of o _

you left at this shop. What money you will save Mrs.Friday: E.with Cranston a larjrS, .the" attendance.president:New 01 Meeting the _Demands uf"the_ Day== :i

satisfaction will is for .
and what you experience wailing you members were taken and a rood collection il.
here. .was added. The Union I Is: ,
The next will beheld < "
growing meeting i:: _
i with Mrs. Coppock on Friday "
December" 17. \\ . .
Mrs. Retta Williams, who ha-, '
been spending' ; the summer at Valparaiso -
Indiana and other points! or . "
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interest by her arrived laughter.Thursday, accompanied ,.... .

Mrs. Helen i Goodwin. of Detroit, if=:=%?= SXSJS stopping with her brother, G. V and following .our policy, of adjusting prices
If&f l5fcifris =55tUciftLJ Fix ley. She Is a capable nurse. ""

Msisi THE CIRCUS COMING lower, as market conditions warrant same (re- .jp

Rhoda Royal Big Three-Rinf Shows gardless of the time these goods were bought or, .:

I Rightful circus shout is of,coming"the small is the boy de.all: the higher prices which we paid for them )) we ii

,he gazes! upon the big bills that announce - .. .. .....o..o... ..oooooo o .H.aooa the date of the (great tent have inaugurated ::
entertainment which Is to be in Kissimmee '&
on Tuesday, December 7. 0'
The enthusiasm of the smal!.}] boy is ;
shared by his elders, and when the FURTHER REDUCTIONSof
R. S. FLOYD 'circus comes his father and mother
'and sisters and cousins and\ aunts .
I seven or eleven of them-will go
just to take the small boy to the 20'to 30 per cent -tJ.
circus They may however be ex .
Groceries and cused when' it is considered that the -

Rhoda Royal big railroad show ii 11 on Women's and .Misses'Suite' .
coming with an aggregation( of ring(
attractions and zoological collection .
Fresh Meats I, from the great jungles, and foiesjs Coats Dresses Skirts Silk Blouses Silk
; of five continents. There is a large

i three-ring( circus, a monster me Petticoats -' Cotton Waists Muslin Underwear{ House _
iV nagerie' which by the way. is "

( wild distinct beast and show,separate which consists from the of Dresses Nurses' Uniforms Silk Kimonos Negligees -

all kinds of savage brutes, exhibitedin
startling( ,erformance, in a huge Serge Middy Suits Flannel Middieson
EVERYTHINGFOR steel-barrel' circular cage the same
as seen in European capitals, New
/THE CAKE York and Chicago, and at the Atlanta Children's '
.. Exhibition. Then there is a real
1 II Rnmnn hippodrome and a world of
wonders which space forbids a detailed Coats Serge Dresses. Serge Middy Suit'I
account of here. All in all the .
Royal shows are held to be a most "J
Phone 176 302 Broadway surprising and pleasing unification' also on all Trimmed Hafo 4 :
and wonderful in
: of all that is new .

]f the be a great great circus street world.parade There and will the both ,women's and children's, a reduction of 25) per cent---

...*... 6.... .4*.fO .. -.I ttO' I tents will be pitched on the Big 10 t '
n - Acre Tract on South Clyde avenue. Men' and Boy*' Apparel hat also been subject to further price reduction j 'n


The cost of erecting homes var- .
in Kissimmee
ious sizes and designs

', fact' that there is no' yard carryinga . ;, 1.." ,
' the different qualities df 1.\
t'WI.I-" A'i material. Consequently entering into much the of construction. the cost- .: 'ORLANDO' : 'U :. _I .FLORIDA'f: ;),.,.

at leasta considerable percent -
Ir. ; _
depends transportation of
:age upon
mntenal. .
In Dade City there is being a bun- . .
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alow erected bv an owner who is -c-- f

la f --loin-ordim nearly to the all Banner his own published work. Ac-in { {> 0" <> <> <> Q <

that place-ttie' home which i i.* 24x28 .' erD SJ
feet in.size fronted by a ten-foot
porch, and containing livlnll.roonf.ktchen. !
two bedrooms pantry und iJ' h'e' .
Math: will cost six hundred: dollar -
--nfter the has been applied; .
pnd while thee. cost of the owner's o. .
r "" 1'bor is not figured! in tho total- w.
It' )
... '' F"! The" Gun: and Shells'' "because n thing. had he would he not have workei been: on doing his I I' FRANKLIN f' : '

1 "c"u'It, my be sees the cost J)>f
i',, ;: j : : '
: ; old- '
For.Getting GamebV I." home is once more :
/tl \011 ,
::, time levelLI ._
's J.. I The same'issue of the Banner,carrVs .
advertisement i of a lumber- ,miles to the gallon of gasoline
J > ../ ,y a l OOSI5::shooters all o' erVJTr ..Nprtt." ra-d an which is .offering mlllI'ft, J 2.500 mike to the set of tires S- r .... ';

*l, America swear by th hard-hlttmg. <-.ords at $22.60 the thousand feet, 50% slower yearly depreciation .
*h other ''umbel'at .26 to ISO per
) .
:c ;,"::1 e nly!jdistribuled! IVinchester'perfect! t""t1 and. There should by all (National Averages) '

., ''shot pattern;that brings the geese down means-be a 'yard in Kisslmmee where -
"a fair- assortment of stock -
I t "' toiied'et; d. ,closet. to ,the blind. ,,'"ild be kept, on hand. Such an '
.I -1' ., inrtitntlonwould prove a great /ac- RUNABOUT (Convertible)
:; a ,+ ''Winchester Shotguns and Shells 'give totowards) home-building.--and New'Price $2400 Old ,Price $30.. >0 I. New Price $2750 Old Price $3300 r?

.& ;t the san\ef'satisfactory results in .every would.'re be to-a make convenience Improvements for those vponnroyrtles. whoir 'I. P. 0., B. Syracuse "' P. 0. 'B. Syracuse ,,

\ otherkind small game shooting'Theyr .: ,.Probably there Is,'not f r
the size
4' Ih the world for mother city in thisstate v 4-PASSENGER ROADSTER BROUGHAMNew t
a l' are.lcnown'everyjYherd : nd, Importance of Kisalmmee lack .
'k' iiirability'accuracy,.and'getting'game. Intr' this veryneeesasry establish. '1 New Price WOO/- Oud Price $3100' Price $3500 Old Price $4300 a

.. dt ment. ,- F. O. B. Syracuse F> O. B. .Syracuse, .

n : o- merless: Repeating Shotgun, or a Model,. t FOLK FOUND TOURING' CAR ..' A SEDAN
toSu) .
I; -.{. :; >07>> Vnth' outside! bnbu iier: A daWin; / ' couaty famous 'r New Price $2600 Old Price $3100-: New Price $3600 / Old Price I$4350 1

h heslel'.She1ls Le ..or.Repeatei in Wflt Polk P.- O.. B. Syracuse F. "> 'I i
....e' reply i Its claim to moles miles :. -. -. 0.; B.--Syracuse
", :1 'smokeless Nublaclc t>1 or,',New ,,Rival n' ,r* flared roads' per square Inch than < t r5

!' '. : ,black,\powder. Be* prepared .fqr the J "".'in t, t"Federal my: other county prohibition in the agents'state '
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'. big. day' when"l luck';comes your way. -: h 1f..,.vi I"-'Vn,. <''st found"anothef in. the' numbed 'of claim stills'to' [0 J What; ;the Franklin Gives Its D.J

t-v popnlan -
the negro
r f'fI" >4 among
; ..,., J" THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE.'cOMPANY' raw Longhman, a PoJk] countyk OuJnerj' Besides Economy<< 'II\
"" .... f. .it !.. prohibition arents. visited the
r' l; ,I'M.! : KISSIMMEE, FLA. ." ''-..r'';*'.ring ni! another tours', of discovering their frequent five Comfort that rough roads cannotdestroy.Contr '. '.
.t. '
", .. ".in' "n Tue-dav. besides the usual ,l that does pot require .trenlJ.h.! ..

''ird'niis! ( destroying.. some. and Tire reliability that saves worry anti expen e.
; T" .7 / evidence to Tam.4O. & ., .
j' 'rrgl! !n'" back some 1
that does
.. > ,. d . ''''..-' - -. . '" ... . ..' Safety Dot depend upon expertness .
r' '. v; Freedom from cooling .winter Ad t' '
negrofrisldentk'oT'aoine offheMiiu >. : troubles summer ;
T!" ,'" "+ \ '. .' . . '.. . ,.-' "" -."" _"__" . .. .. 1' ...1 visited rejoiced ,In such dlsnoiiiiihrd -' .; O ':' Abilitj to cover 1011118' distance in a day. 0 :
names) a.'U.' S. Grant'and > -
-1'he'FRrmer's: :Wor t"' Baenlr-.gds. '' ..rr..4*"r'. finjson, The officer report A11 the suJt.of ry

r ittt. TISiIs !Ii 'TheFarmera; .' *Be.l"' [1.e'ul--i. ., ft".ieehnLt-o_.!,....r. .. of beer twenty-gallon and one stills.gallon'250 of Franklin Light Weight.F/exlble'Construction--/ : ::.
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r Rat'Snap '
w ,!.h.: nt'U- At.- the.wor. ,1 taA rA'w4 .,.r'*sv.r .I".,.'J iolt".s.. MCTVItttk'tho Md ,tyV: ..y. been In t'emuan,, with .' ..... .
tl'JHAr"lt .
,havd''ara'. .r( trpt. \ ...,.- .lyiiama and HeiekUh Her-: l" 't .. ; .
sa ofd 6owN< _.. fill... .-u.*4 *rat4lM \ .- SAM '0" .t.'\:
cuIsy still, 'I''S', '
sore ; worth of ItAT-IfN, P .- ylarat4-I-, sere pwns of a twenty-gallon tQ.. i\.Q. : ; $
r_ t.ovam mOl'WO .' revides' andwhi.k ..'Joe,.J hn... '''' :: :. !\! ,.
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s'u' $ 0praule, K 44"r'.'I U8\"b.nd-.:..tc4._o!' ..RAT'.SN.Bake;. 'jaLoo w...wtt1th.r bra....'+.pjl-'".na :ohoNlertpevto; ,.r'anametlan. ep :f\fJ. ;t, "'PHONE 'ZS .. .1' '. t .1. ..;R} .., '< /IM.'rKISSIMMEL, FL ."-'" J-,1.w \...< ,
.t r v4 p ; no 'ml"'l'\.W AZt 'J
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.# # i food.Tel. '..... ':....,... .-t'h had .: also-'of I I .f l- ..d afar-... -- ehr'.'t.: .. '
IV n W,RbetieDaUs0lyx, 'iIz.u. ,-' Bold and ( ,AJiJ ..""n'"" I-;>'ntT-gallon ;.typerwith>> .i ;.tJ ., tt ; IDEJ ".
CFNTRAL DRUG STORK : ''Nt. ..-f .... 'ana. otb: .J : ) ) ,
tb ;I' d, :ve.:* ftmment ; worm l () ( () () () (
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tor.'hq. ViiUel'.Giletta HARDWARE } ..
bier t. sQSCEOI.A c04. sr. naaebdery.-Tampa Tribune., .... .... . ,. :;- )
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r -? Un't That. Fool Luck T 1-.. Sure Of This PVjit! .
t Sometime it..happens i that' a .hus" If -I .'.was driving along 'any' road ,
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TAPPING THE THOUGHT, TANK :band, .will 'carry home ;two'' garmentsIn and a' fellow tried 'to !lnld me op-* - "

I order 'that. his wire may select whether he.,was'an officer.and I,knew I' fX
: --- I one.! One j* expensive-tha other It;''or whether he wasn't an officer -

By ;;{URN I economical; He may cleverly- switch and I didn't know It.-and I thought Your .t
the price- tag. Rrlght then isn't it he' wanted to see" what sort of' booze Opporttiftfty 1 .

-j enough to drive .man crazy to have I wa >
I Pertaining To Beauty (!! Matter Open, ,T. ,Debate > i the wife say "Well, 'dear, just to till >*e hot the machine, or me, so
Before I pind this remark. II I when: the "vocallat 'at a weddtnceremony ..sipw) you that I wish to save money ba fly I that I couldn't get away and, 'Sill
wondered to-see 1 the .Rom sn poets, h% sings "I LOT You .Truly. I'mgoing to take the cheaper one!" reover, If I ,had gun and was ;
'1 ' t :-X_:: :t one in the ear'I'd do some hooting
r their:, description .of a beautiful man and look all tone time'with languishing 2 CD
,so often mention the turn of hi., -eyes at the. poor a-room.1'm always Papers Are Dated Ahead ack. I really wish that every attempt : cigarfettesjyrCERTAIN
neck and 'arms.Addigon wonderirlg if she realty'means. The fact that the Saturday Evening 'of officers in?this line of work .
t.r* it.I thank you Post goes to press prior about one could he broken Xip-because I know,

,. +'4o 4o.;. .. aooaajaa ... : --Xr-t: : month to the data'of issue results personnsV know, of so much rottenness .
Might Be .Dead Then sometimes' in queer antics Last in the line of "searching" as it
ONE ''tIlO'R'NISl\I .4o It has been figured..''out that five Saturday's issue of'' that publication is practiced on the east coast.: More / ofV K
: fine
A . thousand cellar placed at interest contained $19,000 advertisement of than half .the liquor"that has ,been types ,
'*, If siomo the eompkxlona. I tor one hundred years would reach the Overland automobile while the "confisticated", has found its : tobacco previously d- "

bare met tasted halt an. bad as* a'' an, aggregate of $267,805.16.; That dailies of the day preceding contained back "to the busy marts. of trade.5' ?
''' 4 they were painted 1 ran''' see*, M "a' clever little -fortune: "tidy '' dispatch stating', that the There'' are so many case of robbingsome ., for export 'piled .up In tho

where the percentage; of deaths, bit so to speak; but It.seems anawful Willys-Overland 'plant had closed poor cuss-merely to please ... Unit States due to the high
down for an' Indefinite 'period.. Of: and satisfy with full-
,* fro, painter colie would' ma- long' tiMe to' wait to, accumulate someone a '
terUlly Increase,, *, sufficient money to buy a few course tho cars' will sell on the fledged drlnketlta that It disgustseven : 'rate of exchange. From these
O .. groceries An' other things strength of the advertisement-but! the most enthusiastic law .

+4o. . :t I: :t.-X-t :t.I'roduda it makes a fellow do some thinking_ I abider Yassum. : high grade"'tobaccos ,we. have.

o'aoooa t :t-X-t: xoaaaaoOld Are. Uta'herade just ,th'same.. t: t-X-tt: : "'nianufactured'111' (
Caeear-Rom.'Stunt I| The Reporter-Star 1s authority forthe' :t :t-X-: #: : Henry's paper Made Slip jONEVEtEVEN

j Evidently was not. because the assertion' that Eatoum Products Hope II.'. A Goner *.. Says 'the' Dearborn Independentthe -- )' CIGARETTES...... 1
One could almost' forgive the republicans splendid weekly published and
people loved larding more-.but Corporation, also of Orlando, has
Wilson less. Uh-Xuh. .:unfilled order on its books for al. for 'licking' us-if that was circulated by Henry Ford: a new" producta; quality,
.: :t -X-:: t '\moat a million dollar Evidently the only way to getrid of Postmast A short time ago a Lon- ,
Dear Little Re-Duek-Tion I those!' who have once tasted the goods er-General Burleson. Burleson has don newspaper offered a , toi3ucco t Cn ., ..

Hickory; dickory, dock) I are inclined to eat some more Don't been a blunder from start to finish- prize for definitIon '" previously' ,used .hi,''cigarette* ,Ira
and it 1 is to be hoped'that, his successor of "A Friend.?! Among the .
( Up went the goods .in stock; feef dejected, _citrus, we can preserve 'Ai
Then all in a trice you. will kill the ton system of .;many thousand answers this country. ,

.. To th' pre-war price i :i I: t..X-tl:: nail matter of the second class and which wete received, the one d .
Things went down with a shock 'Both Cassava and Rice commit arson with the rules- of that was awarded the first 1i

: t t X-: t 1 If any of the farmers In this viciT measuring percentages of advertising prize was: 1 .
They Should Have 'Em '''nlty object to the cultivation of the in dally and weekly publications. "The first person who ,FlNALLY- '
I understand that all\ the republican cassava I'm going to "rice", to the Burleson knew so much more than comes in when the world
I' ,1 candidates in Palm Beach county point of order and urge him ''tofO i all the publisher in the United !goes out." try'themf: SS
States that I'm to chip it, fora I'm I'm at loss to under S
I ; _Ride- from two women-have petitioned into something or other in an intensa willii.p sure a ., -T
the canvassing board for fnahionWhat' I want to see is thin statue of hta to be "hanged" in stand the meaning of "a short time or' "'
' '"rainchecks.." It was some little city, Kissimmee, come Into proper' the HU1 of Flame. ago." The extract which the Independent .
n' shower, anyway. prominence* as the centre of trade :t i-x-: : misnuotes was written in -" ;

&:. :t I: t-X-:* t for a number -&products which will Spirits Of Both Kinds 1887, when London Tid-BiU Offereda ' : ".
r Dear Modcnt Little Thing 'make money for all Concerned. Advices from Denver state that prize'of one hundred description ? 11Y@', .,
probably more booze is sold in the next and most 'brief .
; 1 asked her: "Why smoked glasses? I t :t-X--t: :t .. j \
t. And then came my surprise: 'Title Was Significant Riverside cemetery in that city thanin of "a friend" I printed the'story at
r the whole state of 'Iorida-fol' that time-and, by heck, that cer- .
: She'd never view, a thing she said \ One wife I know whose other half ) S
0' Through simply "naked eyes!" professes to be a legal light of more within the enclosing fence is the tainly was not "a short time ago." Clj) =
f:' t f-X-t t ,than usual luminosity frequently, "fence" who handles the stuff and And, once more and again the quo wV.7hu- ; ;e : ;
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Certainly A Rare Mixture when she is a bit oeeved, addressesher sets the prices which will be asked tation used above ia incorrect. The J ,
The .school board of Palm Beach husband by the cognomen of : for the stuff next week. Of course.handling winner of the prize wrote: "A friendis -Ilk etmean" 1 >.

t county in' composed of one democrat, ,,"Necessity."Ones I asked the wJVy I the output of the great the one who copies in when all. the your money back from UM ,dealer. J :
one republican and one Congrega- ]oft!\ -and she bluntly answered: : cornfields is "grave"/ matter--bu' world {goes', out." Bv Comparing the
tlonalist. I feel sure that there "Why don't you remember that old : it 'Is said that dealers there do a two it will readily be Been which lethe
I" "monumental" buainesn in the ny. better and the more euphonious. f
should be nome very valuable results axiom-'Necessity knows no law'? ;
from. such an amalgamation. Come right in Annie: I'm the man' gregate. And any man brave enough I don't understand how the Inde

,,. :t :I:-x-t t : Vho's going to put "fire" in the fire to tank up on that material wouldbe pendent-man happen to make so "orv '- I--;; the bowels do not act regularly, Pat Johnston O. P. dARRBT j
Couldn't (;0 Sunday, Anyway place. brave enough to feel completely .T MunHi' Outside of these few
if at home in any old cemetery-don t differences I think the story is all assist them with an occosional doseof JOHNSTON & GARRETT
Follow asked me I was going to :ftX; -:t: t I Hcrbine. It i is a fine bowel tonic : '
Jacksonville during the fair' to hear ood Jews Traveling Slowly you know. I right. i ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW *
and laxative. Price GOc. Sold by
him much :I: :1-X-t:: t t-X-t
Billy Sunday. I told not ; The fact that the price of gasoline Roberson's ..
I was going to hear Rotary Tuendny. has been d<.crea"e l. in Russia to the Boy Page The Sheriff I GETTING; INTO HIGH FIGURES Office*: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band v

Finally my questioner. succeeded inKcHinir extent of MX cents a gallon seemsto Verily, I say unto you that there I Folks in the United State Denmark has but 6800* textile ,' Building.
it into his head. Yassttin. have reached the dealer in this is more kicking: over the one man I Are now getting over-classed
workers FLORIDA
than 19,000 iron KISSIMMBB. t
t :2Xf : -:# 1:I: country by cross wires. The very who pays no automobile license than Along in finnnrin matters and steel workers.more .
Amen I A Loud Amen day that announcement' was made in over the ninety-and-nine just men I It appears to me; I P
AUf! How easily things go wrong! the doily press the price 9f gasoline who pay their license fee each year And while I had an idea -- "J
l II With a whiz and a whir-r' you're went up in this country one rent a -even before it is due. Somewhere That cureless conversation ,. :

humping along; gallon. It may be possible, however m this city I have seen a car being i About huge sums of money t
,". Then 'II cough and a spit fr'm th' the folks who are handling the !gasoline driven about that has no 1920 license Would quit'along about the time
dunned machine- business! in America don't read tug onl-no, nor even a 1919 tag; in The armistice was signed

; And you walk two miles' .f'r'some the daily papers. Uh-huh. fact, I am told that the owner hasn't ; I find I was away off I Among the Live. Oaks I
trasolinelft ;1-X-l: paid a license for several years. I In all my calculations. ,

:I: t-X-: : I Have Tried 'Em don't know the name of the car ow- Every day brings about .. .-
", Open Season Ended November 2 In Fort Meade a restaurant i III advertising ner-but as soon as I learn it I'm Something new. in big figures. .
Yes Annie, it is now the cloned "extra silent oysters. ThatIs going" to inform the proper officials.I Her we have full accounts An opportunity it now .offered 'those '
." wason for independent candidates. a new one on me-although I have feeiViire that if anyone in Osceola Of some train robberyOut it
.. Two were saved in Palm Beach frequently heard that a noisy noise county has a right to drive an unlicensed in the Omaha district desiring a. pleasant ,home'

y (wunty and there were a scattering annoys nn voyoter. Yet. and I just car it i Is I-and I'm sorter Where the clever thieves Six Large Room Kitckea 'ruby I
Obtained about two million plunks: ,
few in other counties in the state; happened to think of it-you know sore over it. ,
but the balance--except those who that sometimes oysters may not sell! :t I: :t-X-: :: :2Seems Then comes full exposures
took (to ambush-were slaughteredon with as much rapidity as they Mighty Good Offer Of frauds during the war time. Full Quarter Block in 'Fx- ''
And .. ,
since that
election even era. r
day. should). and in that I/ cane they are The wording appears very ambig-
:t: :t-X-;t : Where this, government lost
I i kept' hanging orround till they sor- uous and exceedingly -so '
cellent i
,I,, Anyway It Listens Good ter lose all their pep and disposition; much so that It really looks like a Several billions of its mazuma Residential ,Section.
Jevva notice that a poultry judge and once I heard a patron say: "'I'akeIhlm catch-but here Is what a jeweleradvertises Through thefts and hoodooism; 1 r
nt a fair' always says something ( things away, duet 'em I" Mebbe in the Plant City Courier: And the.point is merely this: S'Were! lie a charming' lawn ,
about this being "the best bunch ofpoultry That while it is not denied Oaks' : '
those are "extra silent. Also, after you wear one Carrying Live ) and Orange* and_ ,Pecans, -
that I have judged this year"just That graft was everywhere
d i t--X-t: ;: :: t of the diamonds one year, .. ', -
like that? Sometimes it ja at i It'*, Certainly A Beauty then I will give you back And thousands were, stealing I
the first fair the man haa judged- I 1 The handsomest' publication in the money paid for it. From the parent government '
you .Rare Chance Secure ,'
and -at other times he's merely' a There'll be not a soul Fine'Property .
lorida I Is "The Florida Zephyr Why should the merchant reel disposed "
plum .liar; .but in every ease. itround :- published at Crooked Lake by HenryW. to give you "back: the money?." Who'll pay 'any penalty.'' 4aaa, ,"' 7 ," ,' "
;.'. fine don't you'think Schlmpf. It is in magain form As I see it all one ha to do i la to I 'Say when'one shortchanges -. -- ... -If .
: : 't: :-X : : I printed on highgrade paper with buy a n"ebundrlftdollar ring wearit This /good old United States'' l I Applat- .901.,Mala:.street.IJ.P""' ...
Believed In Quietness -, He' robs human being
maid of :;equally higrhgrade!/ composition and i a year, and then draw avery respectable confines

When a charming young presswork ,ani is devoted to- advocating salary for the service. Within its entire .. .. . ... , .
Saint Cloud 'the scenichighland: In a Would he pay in weekly installments Consequently I feel I'm short .. '" ,, ," .. .-,- .

. y' ... Lost her voice and could not speak manner and with an ,ability that will i iI ? Wonder what ails the jew My share of the $50,000.000,000 .
stole I
r' aloud I benefit all the state. It will repay elry that the, dealer willing to payn Those clever cusses '
I As might be supposed reader'of The Gazette to send I, man wages for lugging it around? And now comes the increaseIn
tang '
I- Right then there proposed two' bits for a sample copy-just to i Atthe end of the year he could give the value of. wives '.Big ,3-Rigfrcus_ : :
I, Every clurned single man in the ,obtain some good information and the ring to some of his wife's folks,.As itemized by a San Franciscoan.' ,
crowd! This Californian had one wife .
please the. artistic eye. -and nroceed to select another dia-
:t JX-: J :!i : :: -Car'Congressman mond design. It sounds a bit fishy And she was ..killed COMN.GIKISSIMME' M

Better Get A: Hustle Poor Old Do2dderi g 'I -but I presume it's all right. At a railway crossing' ; : .. ,' .
Leapyar .U nearly at a close and : K.>I.1.. Garrett, .6fTennessee ': :1:-X- 1:I: The husband makes a statement ... 1 1t
those member of the fair whoL That the 'Wife of his bosom T-u.esd.a ,1' c 'berz'
sex Dc
has in Washington
been arrested
1 anticipate getting someone to pan, for "operating an automobile : nothing An advertisement Wonderful funnint About It in many "Was the family's main support," '" -i' .. .01 ..,.... ,_,. 31'7;! , .... .J -, "

''',- their fare and are expecti* to get while under the influence of liquor" publications Is headed: "Rat didn't And' claims $100,000(
i regulation oscula tory ''offering.. by I'm sure If would have been bad : smell' after being dead for three !In his suit for damages r J. ,kr .l
,; the performing ma(Titrate. should enough-if the,congressman had been, months." That ,may be something Against the offending railway. r.
It thus be noted /,
', hurry a bit- t ? be in office but a, few, 'weekJuJnore.,. ,'. that'.. underthe' Influ I of-.haole II about-but I don't' see" it. I owneda That, along with eggs and bacon
And and cold
' .' Selah. think the crime I. something fierce once-but ho's been dead for
II dog
r .,'. t .:t-X-t :t I I The matter should be"taken up by more n two years-and I feel post-' And And pullman berths and hair-cut r .
Good Cause--Queer Effect that Boston1"! asoctntlonThe Society five that In addition to not smelling '

,. Say an advertisement of the Gem for the Prevention. 'ru..1ty to'Au- he hasn't scratched, wagged his tail, And freight-rate and prunes i ih ri 1eik .
-overall J
# restaurant in Saint Louis 8 C. A.2.2X2 I And camisole and rA
tonobilc-r-th P.
or even growled since he was buried.If .
I and corsets-
Our' famous steaks tripled I t And'northern apples
.t : : : advertisers are going to tell a And 'Christmas greeting cards
bur seating I Descends By: Ascension real wonderful story: 1think they
I'm really; atla: loss tovknow how : .Say the Live Oak Cjtizen, Jn tell- should. ,aet In,practice."t .- And lots of other wives thing, ,
f 'It;,was done, or'even'why it was done Ing, of a parachute jump: : : :-rX-1 :J Hast the ladder
-:'nor even what the-fellow i* talking While at an altitude of Everything Sorter, Helps gone up ;
about; but.'J'm"freeto: confess aeyeral thousand feet or TimesUion But I'm willing .to wager
.. Says the Jacksonville ...
; his wifeWhile
1, that it form a very catchy adver- more one of tha" daring I : t tAt :That man never told ""
tisement. Yassum. aviators furnished the she was living
''V. young any rate' the proposed She worth that much !
was money
; -1 1 thrill
throng jumping
Bored by $ bond amendment did somegood. :
If he'd given a few rose
.Now 1 Feel .from the ship --in 'a parachute It waked up to the
Weearee board told. me the other ,. .' ire made a graceful importance' of good roads To her as the weeks passed
'day that I about to be caused in the Mebbe herd ,not now
was ascent and alighted those who.,were asleep and
trouble bV) a',tall dark'j V hack 'yard of the Episcopal, we predict that the next,few Be grabbingoff aabouquet \\r. r -2, an +
,. I less laffed.: .Within three day rectory. : For his own self; I
will witness
years a great ''
,t For'he .makes oath '.?
Hall br"n" *.flsh.tintd washer-lady- that 'man who now
All lean is -
i say any addition to the mileage of '
: friend raised two bit.,In the price That -"she supported the family;
me "ascend" from there to
can way up hard surfaced, roads ilk Flor- .. \
And. of he'ssore ,
'!/' o* my week's. e1e"nllnea-.nd v right away down yonder 1* ,some littleperformer ida. course

then and there. had that'troubILof t I no matter where.the=rectdry Correct., 'The vote proved beyond At losing his meal-ticket.-
which the brard hinted.' Co.meln, lurn.
'- is situated. successful contradiction that the i.
lfenr down. ,Everyone ,1"1! t 'f X 'did J I thank' you. __
Dore--even : : Ache people not desire to saddle > \ '
well .the. w. egee. board: .1., What About Tummy hogs debt on the 'state-and proved, 'j' '"'
-ti all 'write! .'- J \ wi :
V I ICo4'.tin Alas! Alast! And wlassr' also that all propnostlccltons re; Woe 1* me; cucumber I garding the "solid support" of the PROGRESSES AT TAMPAThe ,

' !r.IiLJla4 i I Because, .listen, to me, now: measure from some of the less" progressive I ____ I
Y What would you do..If you/happen The government officials. states was most mightily latest reports regarding .the !

ed in to a store:to buy a pair'of sox Have crossed their hearts- Incorrect It may be 1ak"n as a condition of Mrs. J. I* Overstreet, i g '

and just a* you went In the..young ,Also livers and '''lights- matter beyond dispute tbat all count who went to Tampa last week wherean O i ,
woman clerk was swabbing her nose:And declared that Jamaica ginger ties are to wake up to the fact that operation for chronio*appendicitis 1. 1 0Q
with one a' those sort of woolly Shall'no more be sold I INoasirl if there is to be tt gain; in populationand was performed at the B y hore Sanitarium -
thing/: carrying about three charge Just like that! 'progress. along the lines of by Dr. Helms say that .the s e : r
of powder.and when she did up your And "until the: time growth there must be good roads; patient is proirreBfiing' nicely M r.. C a 'l,
I sox she neglected to shove that Shall arrive when someone and the only way at this time is to Overstreet. clerk of the. circuit court, :

facial beautifler down where they Will pull.the "iam" issue bonds for the principal highways went to 'Tampa on Wednesday to _

usually: keep 'em and, instead absentmindedly Right. out or "Jamaica," and allow some of the less I spend Thanksgiving with his wi .e.! ,$100,000 GHOUP ,OFTRAINED' ,ELEPHANTS:. ,
'did it. up "with your Or slip ,leBs gin" essential thoroughfares be built "

-, purchase and you .didn't, notice)it and Into the ginger.." jointly by owners of the properties You Guard Against Burglars. But
1. took the whole bunch.home and made That good old-time remedy'Will that will receive the material 1 What About Rats

F wife undid the thing seeXb ;': be self it wasn't.So benefit. Abutting properties Rats 'steal millions of dollars'worth
of the BOX and that, domed ,pink-;:, the kidseating? fruit, ways be rendered snore valuable be. of grain chickens, rasa eta ,Destroyproperty .
complexioned cause of perfect roads and acreage (Ou"and.troubled ar. a menace with to trr

\ 7 .Bay, what would y-o-n Ao \,To such an extent prices along such, l'Mda win i iba: uncrossed 1\.A -SNAP. .Jt will surely kill them
how would yen art->-what,would you ,,They have paina'alt over;'.m, directly far' more than the --prer.nt' od..r.. Cat- or clop won't

e' '_ nay.that you aadnt *aid,befo'?, W 1U WU! .)'Ipm.Othe; ":' ap; iA.-, a' highways will,coaq tINt-owner* of the .sear touch" 1C Comes .In' c I ke- .b.r Three r'HCENTRAt.IRUO'STORE. -

.?,that's Joe my fill:il'tdduaand;; dumb'an" ;: .ith\ ,..sort:,otdop..' :.. .roprtle..::'Thur. *n''trf'".Q.I'Pm,1 r"'anleed Sbac.r45'siIIJ/! ; .a+y 1 ft& 'a$ Its' 1.e et wIr euh'of a, see 'a+e4l' 't
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE io thus work-that J:, ,men able, to cope with all the situations which may I om the' 'roughness; :land the ,hakabrlity.of: the 'pa. en&er coaches' it 'would jN
",,' .. an.TIre present board .ha*'been made-up' of mea. loyal to the.state, antj impossible, for 'any' engineer to fall asleepon fay train. He"might, it,ii. T;
_. Frida .' to the interest of the state; and it will be exceedingly difficult to /find another . rue? be;: jarred to such an extent that a strode of paralysis might;.ensuet, '
! Every ,. trio of men so,' able in every way each of which Ts willing to give'-.up it it i i.',a foregone conclusion 'that an engineer, could never,,, never'Asleep
By kiwimmee .Valley Gaxerte Company, KiMimnee, Florida business and the
private pleasures, to so assiduously serve state hale on his Florida run **-
W B. Han,TSreddeat R. 'Co Vani Agnew, Secretary ..,.,, T .
W. "L.: Tboradyke. Editor _. FLORIDA'S GREAT HOME CHARITY "

Ono, Copy,. One Year:;_.....Subscription r....+,:....w...(2NMe.Bates...r..r."...:..._, ......rwr. ...V:.2.00 WHILE untold sum .are tent annually from Florida to points overseas
Ono Copy,' Six Month *: ......___.........................". ";. ..............;,."...__ "_ .1.00 in all directions there should be no cessation of interest '.tak n in theChildren's
On Copy,' Three ,Months........._..............:'......._::....AYKulered -.,-....,._..... .60 Home Society of Florida whose. superintendent. Marcus-C. Fag?
, \ . is striving with almost superhuman efforts to have continued a charitable WE KNOCK'EMYOU
P...tofflc at Kl .lnime, Florida, a. ,....cond-clK.'., mutter.)
at the .... 1 ." i institution.., It i i. true that me state ..should maintain lhi. needed :charity, i.i
All communication accept, from our ulttorlcvd. coore |iuiid nU' mu..t ba a'manner which would allow Mr, Fagg'to carry: out hill splendid Ideas ,and .
signed by the writer. r plans'without let, or hindrance: but because the state through its legislature n
IlcJcoU'il. matter will not b'roturn unseal califd tot
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has not seen fit'to take such-aclion it devolve uponhe officer of'the iiivstitution '
Foreign J Advrtilni| Rvnr- .M..ntailv. to 'make constant appeals to the charitably-inclined., These' appeals KETCH, "
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIA----I....ON--. meet with' splendid response, asva'nisual thing: yet all the time thereis _.
----- fear that this charity may cease as other demands are made the more "UM'e

r &. . ,_ __.. -FRIDAY-- NOVEMBER, _- .. -26-, 1920._ .H ___. _. _- 'insistent. Consequently- Home is always a source ''of worry for 'those ;
devoting heir time- to the cause of the dependent children gathered (rlm
.1 "LEAD KINDLY LIGHT" all portions--of--FloridaJugtnQwjihejeJs a most intense need of financial DOWri--Go- Prices
aasi.tance--and unless the public, the great- ; igheartcrreadyIog Ve -..
q Th'grouch is a knocker most ev'ry lime- ,. public, shall respond to' the appeals, there is a great danger of a lifetimeof
He sets my senses a-hurry; . service dropping to .the zero-point. Those who desire to give may do -
A frightful nuisance in ev'ry clime; so by getting in touch with' Marcus C. .fagg-...28 Saint James building, 26 Friday( and( Saturday[ 27 .,
his( is 1
a worry. Jacksonville-who promise* that every donation will be placed where most N
And when the grouch has grumbled his last needed. In the meantime some member of the next legislature should make
And deep in the tomb we've laid him""- plans for state aid. for this institution---and make those plant unbound by
y I favor hanks! for things that are past" redtape and all restrictions which will make the state donation more of a
For God wasted mud when He made him.
balk than-a! benefit. Speci L1 '.
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24 Lbs. Pillsbury Flour_._;_._-$1.59 y'
J -c.-_ 24 Lb's. Best Self 'Rising----------------------------: . ;
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SOME of ,the cities and .towns in Florida seem to consider only the NOTHING succeeds like a grouch. That seems to be the motto of 10 Lbs. Fancy Head Ricel__..._ .69 :'*
present .euon-takinK no heed that other and more seasons are still to Volusia county. There is always and forever some rucus .gong! on and '
follow. Those communities believe in "getting while the getting is good" just as soon as one case is settled and the spreading wings 'of the dove of 10 Lbs. Hudnuts.. Meal -._._ .39 .-0':

t --and their citizens have no hesitation in trying to "kill the goose that it peace is hovering a moment ready to fly and carry the news there come a 10 Lbs. Hudnuts Grits __?_'________ .39

a laying the golden eggs." so to speak. There are many cases of this sort-< biff! bim!I' and someone has spilled the beans. This time there i i. a "call" 10 Lbs. Granulated Sugar ______________________________ l.tS
and while such actions bring direct discredit to the places so grasping and I that Judge James W. Perkins, of (the district court, shall resign his positionand
grafting they also affect the entire state. Florida is getting the discredit at the demand while it has been seconded by several of the county's 3 cans No. 2 Fancy Corn_ .50

i this immediate time of "holding up the people who come to spend the I notable residents has awakened a strong feeling of repugnance to the 3 cans No. 3 Pumpkin________,_,_ .35
winter." ; method taken by those heading the movement. The trouble commenced
3 No. 2Y2! Cala. Table Peaches.__.___.___ 1.00
'Such conditions are deplorable. Nevertheless there seems to be no when the Daytona News published a letter purporting to have been written cans

remedy. The publicity given' in the newspapers to many of the outrageous | by H. C. Sparkman. of the Journal, in which an offer was made to deliver 3 Lbs. Arbuckles Coffee _______?_ 1.00 .
actions carry but little weighteven (though most of the unseemingly price (two thousand democratic voles to the republicans for the sum of $2000.
6 Lbs. New Crop Prunes___._ 1.00 1 .
are made by (those who come from outside the state. The high prices i The authenticity of the leller was vigorously denied by Sparkman--who :
charged for accommodations may be laid about "fifty-fifty" to the home demanded 1full investigation of the 'letter," and asked that the grand No. 10 Snowdrift. (8 Lb..)_1.6Q
and the 'rank outsiders." The home people because they ;nest\ the Because the his
people<< ( jury ICupon\ matter. ( state attorney was granted mo- .
upon such high rates "because the p* {{le are here and will ;just have tIOn lo quash the entire panel from the boJc and Judge Perkins ordered a j .l
to pay ,the prices ; the lessees of thousands of hotels and rooming-houses :| new panel! drawn from the body of the county numerous citizens petitioned EaX1ct1. Ca.rry .
because they ''mu l do something to gel back the money they are charged that such ruling be set aside and (prayed that the list of hew jurors might
by landlord and care nothing about (the next season when we shall! besomcvi'ie're i! he drawn from the box "firmly believing that the public interests will be
t-l-e." And) thus goes on in so many cases the prohibitive rale i j thus best subserved." Various forces are "lining' up" in the affair-which I heTaylorSystem
Miami, is listening' to the tales of the "mo\er on." The people who threatens to become the more serious as the days lapse and the outcome
hale !gone there with the understanding and belief that business would bea is very much in doubt. I KISSIMMEE I I HAINES I CITY.I
usual are leaving there daily by the score according to the postoffice ,I -.- --- ---- I .
orders for changes of mailing address; and the heretofore excellent reputation MUST BETTER THE HIGHWAY AT ONCE I
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toil --- - --- -- -- '-
thai city has gained through long years of patient is daily being i I
dragged in the dust by the avaiicious. Other cities are undergoing I lit I DISMALLY imperfect highways leading into or out of a city of the
same sad experience. There are in every community, no matter how small. 1 importance of Kissimmee prove a handicap hard lo overcome with mere
' $ a "las who will be content with a fair profit for the accommodations furnished I promise.. Uncompromising action is needed in isolated cases where but a Y
and to these and these only, should the entire city or town feeldeeply i short distance of an unsightly and almost untravelable road forms a gap R.G.MJNICK
) obligated for the loyalty and the decency shown. As for the other 'between two splendid stretches of paved highway-in order that permanent
class no words printable are sufficiently strong in condemnation. I residents as well as (those "passing through"may have but pleasant mem-
? Thus far Kissimmee has been blessed by the absence of the profiteer ories. The highway leading toward Tampa is now in perfect conditionand Druggist '
"' nor are there any signs of his presence. There have been no inordinate before this issue of The Gazette is distributed may have been acceptedby I __ _' .
increases in rentals--and living expenses have remained at the minimum. the council of Kissimmee. Thus there remains but the short gap leading .
''I At the present time merchants are making their ordinary percentages of out of (the city on the highway to St. Cloud and to Runnymede Lodgeto I Tho ffioXOL&j profit. It has not been a one-tided game in Kissimmee as in some cities: perfect the highways of Kissimmee that are of the greatest importance.
and every day are there given proofs of such conditions. Visitors to Kis- It is asserted that there are to be remaining of the paving funds a sufficient -
'' unimee note the difference of feeling expressed here as against the way theyare sum to pave only a portion of this distance; and it behooves the of- Phone KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Phone 3
used in other cilies-and they tell of that difference with considerable ficials to at once even before the paving is done to run a drag and scraper I
emphasis; all of which reaches out to ether localities and to other states. and roller over this fearfully objectionable; section. The! expense would be I SPECIAL-SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY-SPECIAL
Let it not be said by anyone that the residents here are in any way but nominal and a twice-a-week service would benefit hundreds of business
unfair to those who come for a day, a week, a month a season---or to 'nen and thousands of pleasure-seekers. The Gazette 'urges that steps in
endeavor to effect a permanent residence. If the plan already adopted '.his direction be immediately adopted-as every day of delay bring greater I $1.25.
can be continued there is every belief that Kissimmee will be a great gainer.It hardships, and I lessens the amount of business done ,by, !Kissimmee' merchants. EVERYDAY ASSORTED CHOCOLATES \ ; -: '
ii'giving ihe visitor' "something different" 'that a" good reputation may ,. . "
' -V ONLY 89 CENTSv ' ,?.',,;':. {
gained-and retained. :. ,., :., WHYNOT' 'CULTIVATE, HEAD' LETTUCE>. >*-* |l \N*:: !.v'{,":: V .' I
s J. _r 11 Lifjr--ii.--iBnn.-i' if / .. The''fastest. ..elJin and best! bargains offered in Candies.Our; ;:: :.w
'f\.fANY'CITIES DESIRE BAPTIST HOSPITAL HIGHGRADE head lettuce i is in all 'little ofRit is i "
,t;' a rarity states-as so stockis large'and our supply will meet the demand for these popu- -:
produced. A residence of a decade in Florida has failed to give the writeran
,. NEWSPAPERS in all sections of Florida where there are no hospitals opportunity of'seeing one solitary sample produced in-this Rate, and lar special.
located at the present time are making strong appeals to their citizens to the district or territory that could make a specialty .of its culture would, With each $1.00 purchase of Drugs,: Free- -One Rat Bi.cuit."t:
take active step looking towards the location of the huge institution which find it a m9st profitable production. In t the state of Washington, in the Eliminate these pests without cost to you. ."
the Baptist denomination contemplates erecting in some point in Florida. little village of Ilwaco. together with a few other points in Pacific county solicit
Even where "hospitals are located at the. present time there is an effort is produced all the head lettuce' eaten for'hundreds of miles around; and We -your account and appreciate your patronage. i

among the people to secure an additional hospital of the importance which shipments are occasionally made as far Chicago of that delicious vege- I -. QUICK DELIVERY .
this promise to -.on the ground, presumably that there cannot be placedin table. The past year from a point near Pueblo Colorado one grower has 1
any locality too much of a good thing. The city of Gainesville is enthusiastic shipped from his farm some twenty-three thousand crates of head lettuce At Kissimmee's Best Drug Store, :
over the possibility of furnishing a site; Tampa yearns for it: i to Chicago and other eastern markets; and th -same grower will have dur- PHONE 3 .
1 Jacksonville feels she deserve it; Daytona would like it; and thus the ing the coming season more than four thousand acres of the same variety.
matter appeal to all sections and to all localities. There would be 'a market in ihfcT.state for all the head lettuce that
;. The Baptist, in a very quiet way have received a great deal of publicity might be. produced in Osceola county-that is. for the 'genuine product.Not .1 I.
because of the statement made by their head officials regarding the the variety that i is sometimes palmed off upon the 'unsuspecting buyerfor '4.
; : intentions. to build and completely equip a large modern hospital at some the genuine with a head about the size of an. English walnut or. possibly -' ; ;.;.;.......Of. ... ..... .... ...........
,; appropriate and convenient'point in Florida. There has been no intimation a bit larger but the real goods. There js a field for someone who

t" that offer from various communities were' to be received by the site-board; knows how 'to handle lettuce culture to make 'a fortune-and to make. Kis Matinee 4:00: p: m. Night .7:30: and 9:00: '
there has been no request for "sealed' bids" regarding any concessions for simmee a center for this product.
the institulion: there has been no advertising of any sort pertaining to the '
Prices 20c 30c and 40c
>. work contemplated. Yet from all section of the state there will be proffers OSCEOLA COUNTY MUST PRODUCE TURKEYS : ;

':* .,made to what. this city__will give or what concessions the ether city ... .
can freely offer. And that is why Kissimmee and Osceola county should NEXT Thanksgiving time, if the county farm ,demonstration ,agent hashi .
proceed to say something regarding this institution which will mean a great way and the county home demonstration agent hat ,her'way. there will Theatre p. *!
deal to\ythe community which shall be decided: 'upon. Any man who may be turkeys enough produced in Osceola county to not only allow one turkey Casino ,
own a considerable acreage close to Kissimmee would realize' well on .his; to each member of the family tons of them to. less fortunate,: V >yI.
r" generosity should, he offer as a, free" gift a site with enough land about the communities at a price that will return' good profits to the' growers. As a i I. It 'Ii":
place'to comply' with what shall be deemed necessary for such an enterprise. "National Emblem",'the eagl }-the most uselessand .the most hen-pecked Monday and Tuesday :.f:1:
'i; The location of.a hospital of this sort .will Increase the values" of appearing bird in this Unby-ha. been relegated to the sub-eellerf; and '
4l lands around,'us. It, would increase land values over the entire county? to in its place talking proudly about the country appears.-the turkey. The :z
a wonderful 'extent} more, especially, of course, those tracts nearest to. the eagle 'sits about .in round-shouldered (fashion appearing as dejected as ,a November 29 and 30 t
institution 'would receive the greater benefit defeated politician; the turkey struts.about, as proud and as;imperiously as .
It is time. some body- of men commenced to get ready to make an of'fer'for a young woman who has just won' a souvenir'* at3 shimmy; .symposium., If --. --, ..,,\<...

this great modern. hospital.. the farmer,j nd the farmer wives take hold of this matter a* intensely asthe' Davis Musical 'Comedy }
county official urge there-i 'every belief that Kii.immee"may ,next sea- :;
i:! STATE. WILL LOSE VALUABLE OFFICIAL, son be:'considerable of a shipping-point' for those'' national birds.. .,
w wi ? wtnf the retirement of the prevent state health physician, which ac: .THESE, ; LOYAL DAYS.. TOO I The
Lion will "9< b1e', saet. Dr. Ralph N. Greene, who has proven a most efficient head of .COULD William Marcy Tweed who was known in the *0s as "Boss ,
the'department of health will"relinquish his present post and will take up Tweed when he robbed the city of New; York of millions of dollars, be alive
private practice. with headquarters in Jacksonville ugh he has_been at the present time and view the wholesale thefts and frauds of the'' national ..r -. -", -
tendered extremely important positions in health work by both Georgia and shipping board there is every belief that he would shrivel with envy as he 1 1"
Mississippi. Once before' Mr. Greene tendered his resignation to die slate realized what small potatoeshe really was in his palmiest day The records of Each :
*:'health board, but was prevailed upon by the president of that body. Joe I IEanni.n. L are showing that the national shipping board and the national aircraft Change Program Day :

; of West Palm-Beach, to temporarily withdraw the document. bureau were running neck>-and-neck during war times; that those bodies .
Thif time, the resignation will nd-as it will be tendered to the incoming were composed 'of rascals of the deepest dye--ready to bleed every citizenof ,
Governor: .*. well, a*' to the president of the'board. There is a writ-defined the United States in order to nil their own purses; and that they cared .

'rumq also.-,.that; the..w.president of., the' board" will tender hii resignation' I less for "Old Glory" than they did for Odious Gain; and since partial peace A Musical i = Comedy WithV: .
,a Govel'hor.JPardee.: i has' prevailed they have done all in their 'power to', prevent any exposureof rr, .. u
s, M"The fact'stands put pre-eminently! that some .of the state officials) re.c. -, their,disgusting method "Bos*" Tweed. was. merely. in the .kindergartenclass ,: i i'f
ff i ; riv'o ;JBO,reimbursement-the 'services performed-while other make:less of grafter Eleven People: )
't 'jnoney' than'wtHild come to them' by .a private practice in some individual f ,

: .i....;:'.{.When such,,;conditions exist there{js .;difficulty experienced in"sac' i {;f' .' -r ',QF NO. USE nJ u,'.FL01UD. . . .. '
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"' :Curing:capable: .:men t Iwicceed in:016teTh: .t te'.bo'atd'< fI..ltJi"'toa.; :. '1 .1." J.IJ'.. s':Ii ":." ." : Casino Theatrib;
......a!,.? Iris pf'teen'loaded with an: immense responsibilityopentaTerit* : EMPHATIC daunt are mack thai a,switch has; been deaipcf'wLichwi1) : ;'j\. ,
d.ttJaOIe. iDy-abb to comprehend:all :onditioni:;;giriag'of their tim, :: -' " .' .' ..,,.. ... 'J" . ,_ .
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".., ... ... .t "j< 'l .' THE" KISSIMMEE*' ;;:VALLEY t GAZETTE; 'FRWAY:? .NOVEMBER 26,, 1920. \ . .7: .:,f'f '

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.. f . ;... t. .+ WOO >FWOODtWO: ; D 7C'asinoTh OSCEOLA CASSAVAS
. 'i Ptione: 111,..Ro -Craves..., -' ....t9ttI atre ... EXPERT 'DECLARES,

:: ,;... :;: .WEATHER REPORT, : ;John 3i 'Richards and' family, I II
., itJ ilj h II* m > WEEK ,OF NOVEMBER R 29 : OF HIGH' GRADE We Keep Our Customers Happy
home ha
\, *' Oif1clal Bulletin of daily, ternj -,* .whose been] at- Caruthersvllle '-.
.' . -.* >eratur and precipitations fur.niahed Missouri are- once more located MATINEE. '.41: POI Mv 'NI&ilT. ,7Jl5/ (d "tltlnued"trom" r.n..e,bnc!) J : "
for the. winter in Kissimmeet403, l"*** ""*""* V"Good
" by .t-h. Kissimnree.: Coyoperative + the shipment1was to'determine the
;" < .-O. a Weather" Bureau J Vine street. .--V Monday, November, 29" quality and the shipping'perfection.:
'I' : Station, for the'vreek ending Hat at notable reductions in 'price. avis .Musical 1 Corned,.: Cassavas need very careful 'packing
23 1920 for the.jiext ten day; Miss Ba dy:' and rapid '
"" Thursday, November : delivery": to be the most
/!!" '- ,... *' ," ...i.. ', .* j' :Seventeen 'acre'farm: 'on; Main Taeiday November 30Davi acceptable to. the ronaum r. Ther
: Max..1d'\n.'\ Rain 'stroet; inside, city', limits. Cheap. Muiical Comedy, must be no abrasions which will

:t "F'1i4a; ..'iv-___... S2-t'14' '. and terms; Nelson'.Realty Company* December'' 1' tend to soften and rot the 'entire 'tuber .
r. Saturday.......,..rt 7871 ., The entite force of 'The': Gazette .U Wednesday,' | and directions, have been recelved SevviCG" No Mailer Ho Lon6 The LineWE
Sunday_": ..._.-** 72 64 .,+ f"under 'utilisations: , to the Central GladysBrockwell in "White Lie. ,as' to the "packing. Those I
MOIIda>:. oI._?... 76 67 + Drugstore / for' the "Thanksgiving Also i a;; Rollins Comedy.Thursday specifications! will be observed in futura -

.Tuellda.1..:;;.........7'. 472 + Drinks" 'w.hic-h were forwarded toi shipments Mr. Wetherbee says, HAVE MADE'it a point to confine
., Wed"e daf....??.,.< -73 ti3 i the office "with the kindest regards December 2 who is. because of the report received
.* Thursdav.' .....,..-. <04< 65' 1W '. I'of the management.: ", Alice. Brady( sin "Sinner** /; very' enthusiastic, over the .tock. of accessories to''those things

.. possibilities of .this ,newlyopeneded actually NEED which will
December 3
'. .. .. .. ..0.0..0. ...'. List y yOur-clty-and. county propertywith Friday, : 'traffic. ; you .
'Cribbs & Cribbs.804;Broadway Norma :Talmadg in 'Branded WomTAlso.a There Is strong, probability thai either' ,make:.your, .care more, tomr at&ble"or:

'>I 49-tf an.."*' Big:,Vv,two-reel comedy.Saturday arrangement will be made here for .increase pleasure you get from driving it.
Rev.-'W.' II.' (".oleman. of the >Cirlstian -. the production of several other vegetables '
December 4
WEEK ,., / : .which "will be. consumed inconsiderable No use in buying'everything that comes'out
ITEMS OF A I -church"will-; hold N ervlcei( on " "
\ Sunday, afternoon at Center, Park The, Western.. a. Path Special: quantities once the industry , simply t because it ii ,"prett)'." Make every' .
when ,a, general ,invitation i i ii'extended. Also Big Two-Reel Comedy, Is under way. For Instance 't''
.. .. .. I 'The cervices will eommence'Jnnnptlyatrthreeo'clotki there 'is a dasheen known as the mnlanga accessory or addexj equipment ,YOUR car
. ..
.".uODt'' ; - L ) :..!there arepigeon.. peas; there carries serve a REAL PURPOSE ,
: wn-"WltnO : ',
Phone. 112. Ross-Graves.. ,49-tt.: .'Fine Jtttle'f..m'on Dixie Highway, >"W'ac'rea cloicTTS "t are the genuine yams not theTJrdi- ____,

Rev. Gould n'i: wife.svndMiss:':Abbi ,:: close to/ town; ,improved; cheap. NeN.son acreof.Realty, Company grove;,k, very fine." Nelson* ,' nary sort but the variety of. which We have paid'w rld of attention to the '" '" l

I e Yule of Animosa.< Iowa; are .the". .Reajty Company.' is but one commercial grower. In the "little things.?* We know the things that' ..
guest of Mr*. J.. V..Tregoe, 'on Her.rnuda Mr. and. Mr*. W. H. T nnlciltfe"ol United States;, there are other ""pro .
llori.. J: L; Cameron and )f ell l'lJ. ducts all of which could be grown are VALUABLE and those which are merely :
St Kicsimmee Saturday
avenue. I I Cloud. Were on .
Harrison Me.
Robert Robotham and
in this in sufficient quantltieslo ORNAMENTAL.
visiting:their many acquaintances : county t
'" 'IVey, all of Marywvjlle,.Ohio, and rerularh :': .
Reduced price on. hats folf the while Mr.' TunnecHffe., of the supply the needs of thousands
'next ten'days at-Mis* Bandy's ,*r rMr :winter; vUitors' to Kissimmee, Bank of St.. Cloud vraa looking after of consumers. All of these could be Let us show you 'our Shock Absorber*. '
and Mrs.. M... M. 'Miller- and;'have 'arrived and :,.are' comfortably business;matter connected with that specialized In and about this Immediate Power Tire Pumps Tire Racks, Chains Jacks, .

children'I.ft. Wednesday for Lokosee, Iquart.redat; 'the Osceola for .the. nourishing. institution,, vicinity and there would ba Spot Lights', Air Gauges,Vulcanizers, Trouble,
to spend a.few day visiting the fam- season. thousands of "dollars sent back here. 1,. "
Several ,farm. well located. Lamps.-Tire Repair' Kits, and the many other
List couniv proDertywith good
and is
ily of G. C. Miller. At this time there nothing to prevent f
>K I 804 Broadway Well located. Nelson Realty Com convenience* for comfort and pleasure..
Wanted-To buy small house and Cjibbs, Cribbs' Kissimmee and Osceola county your ;
I I.1ot. 49tfI for' "'roduTCtPbility
.pany. from famous
Will pay $800 to $1100., Apply, ,
to Al, Valley Gacette.. 60-ltx I I For Sale, For Rent, Furnished Lacy Johnson, private secretary .to I -nothing except the desire upon .t'
I Rooms and No Trespass Cards 10 Congressman W. J. Sears who has the part of the people to allow **
Miss Lillie Shuman of the public .cents each at the Gazettt office. 49tf been spending the summer in Washington an opportunity to pass unheeded and
school: wbo makes her home at the attending school of I undeveloped.
I a accountancy !
Ofceola House, spent Thanksgiving Eight-room house Imp and modern returned home last week Lxxpfer & PrqtKeri j'
with friends at Tampa .. large lot; garage; excellent location to attend the wedding of his sjster DOLLAR LIMIT STORE ;

.. List yoor city and county property Coma let us show you. Nelson Real* which occurred in Orlando last Sun' IN ITS NEW LOCATION i; OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA CARS iPtiCDNE "
with .Cribbs &: Cribbs, 304 Broadway. ty Company. day. "\ '.'I,

49-tf ,, J. D. Woodbeck, secretary of the In its new home which l is but a |35 ? KISSIMMEE FLA J. L. Overstreet Murray Over- '! Chamberof Commerce left on the THE RE-CREATED VOICE . few doors horn itlt former location ,
midnight train on Monday for Jacksonville thfl "Hollar IJmil" (,establishment .
street W. C. Bass and H. N. Brattorrgnent HELD PUBLIC SPELLBOUND .
Thanksgiving in TampaMr. where he was guest' of th will have ample npace to make a -
Jacksonville Rotarians throughout phwinqof its large stock.I .
Overstreet and Murray going The moftt and
secretaries of unique thoroughly .
Tuesday-and met The establishment has long since /
there be and
to withwlfe mother I
Recital in KisBimme
pleasing ever given
commercial bodies from all sections its smaller quarters-just
who recovering. from an operation. .. was' presented Tuesday I i.
of Florida. las it has outgrown .the name under
Four room cottage, furnished; November 9, at.the Casino thea {.
first startedby
which the wns
I Best 2000 .acre ranch in the country
,k Urge lot; $1100. Immediate posses tec by Gladys Rfc-e. and Adeline those {
Persons and RanevIn days
I close to town; fronting, large :
sion. Nelson Realty Company. ; Packard. The Recital was an are tt .
fine Farm it wns a niveltv. was a -
lake modern house
: very tisMe in and j
Dr. R. M. BuCkmaster has removed Can deal success every renport and-tf-n" that Mr. Persons and his'partner
ocked and going concern. ]
his office from' the State Bank Central Drug Store is to be congratulated .
... direct with owner. Nelson Realtv I opened in 1914-the two hay.I
for these
securing ,
biil'dlnjr his residence corner of capable the good luck to accumulate in
1 Company. ing t
Civile avenue and Emmett !!street >nd charming artists for an ap- I some manner juwt four hundred dol-
I Whitmnn. .
I Emma and Nellie sruhco here.
MiKfffi' )
w cre hff may be found during his \ I lars with which to commence their
of Seal Harbor. Maine arrived When Adeline Packard appeared
usuil 1 hour I It be
mercantile might men-
Kissimmee this week, and expect the state and stated that Gladys I i career.
: on .. .
List yrmr farm amt" city property tiohecl that at the recent "sale" on- ::1.
II" spend the winter. In former nea- Rice would'lIinlf in unison with herReCreap I
with: us fur nale. We will serve you Palm ducted by the store more than four
"" they have visited' nt ( faithfully. Kelson Realty Company.* :1 Beach, St. nnd Ml mj. would not he able to tell tho I teen hundred dollars was taken in ., it
the counter the fiHst day
Mrs. J. M. Markley and daughter. but for the nost five winters they difference between the Re-Created and over (
Miss Myrtl?; Markley. of Atlanta have been in California. the I living voice, many persons were Today Mr. Persons stands the sole : : :! !!i '

, have arrive! in Kissimmee. and are Eighty acres 100 yard N from depot skeptical. Attempt to match the host owner of of patrons the -business that carries that a has hun a :mil il I! 1 1 !! :

their home the : ill. rn
mnVinir for wint.rwith
voice with device of
I 30it Vernon Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Stanford- of way.; close fomy! (ft)grove town; ,fine on land.Dixie Owner High wood glorious and metal! Impossible a mere The whose dred lines credit of stock i is of Al various-and grades whoe !;il ,\\! i! i [ .

, avenue. HOVS "SEW..." Nelson Realty Com skeptics were soon convinced howover. shelves are loaded with a display of j.
." for in initial .
Gladys Rice's
I Two-story: sevt' I-room modern pany. y the many necessities. And he is' opening
\ house sleeping: porch three porches fortv number, on the program, her lips has been '
, ; ; For Exchange--Improved in a store' that especially
screened in large lot good miles from ceased to move but her song went I Mr. wee
; ; garage. ore farm two and a half fitted for his occupancy. .
I .... $::11>00. Terms. Nelson Realty Com- Kissimmee. on brick road. Want on. Slowly it dawned on the mystified Persons is an optimist. He Wlieves '
r audience" that Gladys' Rice was ....9-1119IS
pany. Nelson Realty Com in doing things and is making the BOO OPS'
,: city property. no lonirer singing, though her voice JM'I' .
The bud, concert afternoon I world move more' smoothly. lie isA '
Sunday pany.
came forth as clear and sweet aswfore. ; :
in the city park was largely attended G. 1\1. Sherouse. who was leader of Again she sang-but the believer in the judicious use ofprinter's More as-pat
and intensely enjoyed by the "he Kisnimmee Concert Blind for a audience only knew it was the living ink and believes as well, Than
, lovers of excellent music. This local -cnniderable time and highly es- Gladys Rice by the motion df her in careful buying shrewd advertising
musical organization is making Ver/ied. i t. now leader of the band atainbrldge. I lips. It seemed if there were two fair selling and courteous treat I
healthy strides toward a perfect rendition Georgia where he is artists on the stage-two singing :I ment. He believes also in the future CJT'WEEDIEBOOTTOPS are tailored not merely
.: of,tall its musical numbers. I mooting with great success-and i" but only one voice; The tones of Kissimmee .and Osceola county
Key Johnson who holds the post- bringing that musical organization emanating from the New Edison I ; and is basing his business on the made; shaped, not just sewn together* Pulled on

!/ Ion of engineer at the Jacksonville :I into considerable prominence. were identical -withthose fo' the : improved As soon his stocks shall be- arranged over the heel not like the old-style spat over

"I water plant, came southward last'I" Large lot, and five-room .modern artist and it was. impossible to I in in the new the toe Tweedles will not lose their .
> proper shape shape. -{
also sleeping porch;, seven deteet nv. difference.' The .instru : ,
Saturday to attend the marriage of I house; i location "The Dollar Limit Store" ,, '. '
his daughter Mixs Lois Johnson, to fruit-trees; nice shade. Immediate : ment producednot an echo or copy I ,," '" ;.
.. I December 1, $2500; the for he will preserve his earlier title, :Tweedies in color'tone ;
I" Roy Brink.* which ceremony took I possession.; Until but real thing-Gladys ) will present still greater attraction popular of specially' <

"J' ,',' place in Orlando. He made but a- after that, 12625 Term." NeUoin. voice untainted by any mechanic for the careful buyer. And Mr. Persons imported Trayton Kersey, and Amsden Buck ':
transformation poiled by ?
brief stay in this city. Realty Company any "
will be in position'also, to take '
the '
metalic ring.- ,. are vogue. '/ .
1 After, the applause which followed better-care of his roster> of patrons. ... -,'

this "miracle** exhibition Adeline King Henry HI of France" at one We have size In the
Packard shared the stage with her time had 2000 dogs in his alacell.
I y fellow "''"musician the New Edison. genuine the Tweedie label

She played in unison with "her ReCraated sewed inside each
art. Only by watching her ANNOUNCEMENT pait.
could you 'know when the living artist
& Woodall
Goodman was being heard alone and when I BELIEVE IN KlSSIMftEE.I ,
.- the music came in double measure.
The Re-Creation was absolutely I BELIEVE IN PROGRESS. ,
identical -with the original in every KISSIMMEE MUST PRO CRESS.I .

!I' ... particular. 0 I BELIEVE THAT KISSIMMEE
Further numbers in yrhlch Gladys
Rice and Adeline Packard performed NEEDS A FIRST-CLASS ELECTRICAL ,, SOLD BY
'The TVeu Grocery with themselves Impressed the ..conviction SHOP TO AID IN THIS PROG. ,FRED-S. GILBERT' ,," ,.
; ; of one's inability to distinguish RESS., .:
-* i between. Re-Created. art and its .. 10* Broadway' ; Kl..lmme ..

*. -" ,!!,. ... Ned, to Chamber of. Commerce. original, THEREFORE I HAVE OPENED .. ...
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'' ar"a.t-it Kowing"; preciieljr "what 'yoif, may desire .i ,one-dAy ;we' publlcX\-announcementsln"'this office ;, -: ', !" t

''may ft".' the "next. day. AlFour'_ "..*tock 1* gbod-i-and. if'is per-' by have..Wednesday.night."*The .Gazette printed* The at-an plan i hour* to '

each week that Will enable the'issue ,.CD OK.IN G UTENSILS, i
fresla' .the.wholeaale. >hou.e':; "', .
.;;rectly' from ; .' to i be''carried out.' on the morning .
in '
mail Friday- "order 'that the advertisers '
I W. t.v riot"yetfeompleted_ our furnishing. *., 'This, will be no.ticed. may', secure..the' advantage' of ,.,." ,
,Because .our;}
'I,:; ;,:.Quicklywe'w: \ ; forced.. t Cg;; t ':.hurriedj.action: ; coc s uentfy'e. 'on night advertising--and unless,will A there'shall be Wednesday be The best of housekeepers demand pure:Aluminum cook-5 '" : -

',' 'nave matters' far from jhe perfect-state.. we are" contemplating. . 110m,. unusual condition existing there lug utensilsfor, cooking because' they, know.:from'.experience ' "
win, .be no.exception* made to this "' '
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However. ,.,we*"are,;'enjoying,'a nice. patronage and we MOl daityaddirigjtp rale.. .Advertisers should' bear. this -J, that.they; heat ,and cook quickly and.that they..-are. " mind.. niost easily cleaned D.n4 kept brighttand; ;shinyifIn '
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the, ,numberof .9ufcu!tomer ; .
.., ..". ThaalutJTtac Picaic assortment will fln'd "Universal' i f-'
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Your Trade: Will'Be, Appreciated ; A-half-dozen automobiles. laden "I892 Ware" "Everwear": and 'fSwlss-Lau" \Vare". '' :\ 1
:'" (t.' with passengers. and good things: teat ,j.. .' '. '--, '.; :' -:,

; ; spent the day in ,picnicking' on Come in and look; you .are 'Ji.uder,1 'obligation I l to buy. I';; '
: rhnrsday at' Bonnet' Creek where, F4' '
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t I '. '. - \ : VALLEY" GAZETTE--, fRIDAY.. ,NOVEMBER '29, 1920 ;- \\... .

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; r ft wHYjHA-r ACK-i' JiUT.4. A, TRIUMPH:.FOR .. ... ... "
lAftit THELIBERTY MOTOR <:; I" !::

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That morning :nmene.tho. Ford built Liberty Motors carried .. '
,3' harp pain "belbendlnl""' or lifting, four arm," airplanes which' on Octo
make, work a ,burden and rest impost ber 20 completed th$ 9,000 mile' Jour-
t sible. Don't be by a ney from Mitchell 'Field, Long Is.
z bad back-look to your keys). You land to Nome Alaska and ,return.
will make no mistake by following The fleet was. greeted over New York
d ) ''this Kissimmee resident's example. city by a flotilla of forty army
;c J. E. Bass, Bermuda avenue la11! planes which escorted It to .Minooln.'
"'I have used Down's-.Kidney Pills off The returning planes touched their as: ffimID.Tr! .
andon for some years and I know wheels to earth at 3:15 in tho .afternoon GT..i : .. ,

they are a remedy of met it. I have 9tP6A 16 deli "- i.I i.
.t had kidney trouble for several years The Alaskan Flying; Exhibition,
'" Mid at times I Buffered: severely with commanded by Captain St., Clair Vll1..ft .
J. a lame and aching back., .Doan's I Street, undertook the journey to
Hldney. Pills have benefited\ rrfe when :demonstrate the durability .of,. mod. .
ever an attack of' Ibis "trouble had ?rn airplanes and motors and to- effect -

sr come on. 1 k<*p supply of Uoan's establishment, of an aerial I .
In the house all the time, and I' am route to the Northwe.tern'comeor of \ : Wjt 1rl ad/ V J ll J 1Joai<1 'a. 140rt '' ; .. 4u

,, 1 glad to recommend them. the American! Continent and Asia. 4x44" r'.rJ G'exa r cd 6rjr/ 'N.,1Mt ..:- ". > .
Price/ at all dealers. Don't Such a route would bring mail from *, e
Alaska to the States' in two three << hnd ?
simply ask for a kidney remedy pe* or -
4 Doan a Kidney Pills-the 'same" that lays, whereas the present method of ; .
Mr. Bans hud. Footer-Milburn Co., transportation requires thirty'' day -
Mfrs.. Buffalo N.; Y. "Talk' about service." and Captain = ;: )r ., t
Street. "Thane planes motoki iyllii /eNii 41 a/a. lr sa m4

f sure stood up. Why, the only troublewe Ptb iIvwwtl atssal'? ",
R PLAYING. THE. GAME had on the entire trip was caused -,

,__._-- ,,1 -ONJF1ETY.F1FTYBASIS. hy'wr...over ___ a .,... 1'H.r -
-" flown through or want to fly through. A'
; The following from Collier's is!! We had eVf'f'thlng-raln. snow han! dorhrctlclvw.yf wrdaeE Ms+r#!?' nut tr! ,.
: well-worth reading" studying observing and sleet, clouds Togs and mist. Dut i,;.;;
i practicing we kept right on flying
_.:. The world Is still full of false ideal- "The 230 miles of glanders we travel ) -/ '
: ism. It has not enough of the fifty- sed was a wonderful sight but Z
fifty spirit upon which ideals must there would have been little hope 'i
: stand if they are not to tumble. for rescue had we cracked up in ... '"
I" i What we need is methods and not that wilderness.!! Altogether it war .TTT ,-
principles. Haven't we allowed ourselves a rough trip. I never want to'' fly ,
to fall into a dream no strongly through such weather seam but the 'H ,
contrasted l with the realities oflife Diane stood it magnificently. Instead '
H that wo gut hot under the collar of battered hulks flopping to -
with life itself! Isn't it time for earth after winded flight they look-
,rT Ul!! to say: "Give us more of the ed brand new. Even the turnbu- ,
T ftfty-flfty spirit things"? 'es were polished and the motors .
\ A little less though' of men's looked ax if they had just. come off'he Cb
rights. A great deal more thought testing block. me in and .see
: of men's obligations. Green idealism" "Wo never changed a spark -plug.Veve.r .
a makes more woe in the world than a cylinder missed. on us the ..
: green ajJpTes. Just now the world 4s entire trip. The motors are in as New Edison :
-: about doubled up with it. The essential Tood condition today as when we :1:1"I
facts of "green ,idealism come out set out." .
I'T' in an intoxicated desire to tell other Pefore the flight, all the pilot "
people their rights while we forget asked for ships equipped with Fofd- ivkick bears
r to tell ourselves our obligations made Liberty motors. a "+we'
r. The world has been<< made: HO drunk Due to the natureof the wok i 1
with moral claims tlint nobody ispaying ,vhich, engaged the expedition, th..
w moral debts. Looking i each 1 legit required a period of three
other squarely in the eye it is time ninths to complete the tiip Sinc 1
: ; to Ray again: "To gut: give To have. 1of\ the ordinal motors. completed'he ) CERTIFICATE of AUTHENTICITY]
.earn Let's play f fifty-fifty. journey without repairs or rt- .
We do not believe the Individuals 'ilncoment, t this in believed to !ix the .
r in the world can be rearranged into .
'< foid for aerial nivipntion. It will I! .
a new pattern and by such hocus- l Ise recalled that during the war, it t
' pocus show much improvement or was generally the practice to ovrr, I signed by Gladys l Rice '
} enjoy more happiness. We fear there haul the airplane motors after upn.imHtely '
arc no short cuts to The
progress. ">'- each twenty hours of
man who goes searching in history I flight. ,

ly\ for stumped idealism to who find ever any got who anywhereis offered 'n Thm wliiili is Ford the second L'bortv notable motors event have MISS RICE has pronounced it an exact duplitate: in Model which has proved its supreme realism. Come ill ,;

I a cure-all. Two, at least did get figured prominently, the first being quality of the instrument, used at Casino today. We shall deliver with this Official Laboratory Model /i

somewhere. Both were interested the trans-Atlantic jump of the Ford Theater and capable of sustaining with absolute the the
roiely in teaching men to improve in- Libelty-equipped N C 4, a feet which success Certificate of( Authenticity. which this artist has signed ;4
jji dividually. They saw that this is onimanded world-wide interest same test of direct comparison with her living voice By for it. You will prize this New Edison above all other

the key.key One to of a better these worldthe'only was Socrates. ;- signing this Certificate she declares it equal in every respect musical instrumental It will not only be your means of
666 will break Cold Fever
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The other was, Jesus Christ.. to the instrument which stood beside her Tuesday access to the real voices of the world's great arti.ts. but <
Grippe quicker than .
= anything
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know night. November 9. on the stage at the Casino Theater Kis- also a peculiarly precious momento of one of the greatest .
preventing pneumonia.
t Dizziness Causes Fall. _.. sifnmee. of all time. .
: - -- -- soprano
I Christmas Present.America's a I
Head Injured - Let us show you and play for you this Official Laboratory Ask for the Certified Official Laboratory Model. .* j
t i Three Leading Publications ,
: The Saturday' Evening POHI

6 BO"A badly year with ago gas my that stomach I fell bloated unconscious -- $2.50 wear; The Ladlt'II' Home Jour Why the Audience at Casino Theatre '
and cut head badlyon ndl, $2.00 n year; The Country Ceiltlemun .
IlIad $1.00 a year. Either 01 al
corner of door. suffered
from three of these magazines wouli: amazed by -
stomach trouble for several was .
make a splendid Christmas prevent
,years and nd medicine helped me to .
of. Miss Lillian )Harris, Phone 104, hn- .
speak druggist patched
i up the agency:: and willxo\ pleased ti
my: head and advised me to use
Mayrs Wonderful. Remedy for my take your !subscriptions.! l0 x stomach trouble. The results have '. ; .

sl t: had been any really sign wonderful of my, former I have symp-never Prominent Vocalist '. '' .;s; ;.':!,.,, ./,''.., ...- ''. .-- .' ; . . . ,
+ tons since," It is harm. rlrp >if, : "'
a simple
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less preparation. that removes the Will' Receive. Pupils :ctl.J'J': :t" .": ," ,. I :'b ,IgT'1eThe, ,., : . Phonographwith;,, .' .. ..,.... a.*.Soul
y r .
p j .r",
i' catarrhal tract and mucus allays. from'the the inflammation intestinal .\ ? +yti _. '" <:.,', I'j'i(> .' \ :\, ;.' " " .

which causes practically all! stomach Miss Anna B. Waterman of Dos This was the tat made by Miss Gladys Rice, Tuesday: No one in the audience was abl/e/ fo tell Miss Rice \

liver appendicitis.and Intestinal One ailments dose will, including convince - ton, who is spending the winter inKlpsimmee November 9. at Casino Theater. living voice from its Re-Creation by the New Edison. ,

.. is organizing a class in ..
or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- I
rson'and r- druggists everywhere. singing.After four years of study in the I She sang. Suddenly she ceased to sing nad the New The phonograph had achieved that marvel of marvels .I :

"I, .I,;;; ]BE Oberlin Conservatory of Music Miss Edison took up the same song alone. -perfect realism! .;*.
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... Waterman graduated and in ; 1906 '
&4' she received from the college her degree / '
Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for of Bachelor of Music. Why not let us deliver today, lhisN cw Edison; with Certificate: of -.a, . ., }.. ""
.. Garden'e A Field Rood x.- for two years in Wilton College, '. .r' .' "
: desire. in There's* time I lose. ,. .. _
Step or telephone. no tb '
t Seed. Oats-Rye-Barley-Rape. Iowa and two years in Yankton College -," ) I

'a .New, Vankton S. I). : ; "
) Turnips .
Crop Cabbage
Going to New York city she studied :
Pepper, Beans
'Peas; Potatoes. and Onion Sets, with both Mr. and Mrs Theodore CENTRAL! DflUGSTO.RET':: :
tt Largest ajid oldest established eeed |IT. Toedt and in Boston with William .
," house in the' State. 'J E.: Whitney.Later !.. \ . ,..'.,.' 'f.1j!
Hr' Send for Fall she spent some time in' Munich l' if
catalog and .. - :
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special/ Germany with Franklin Ge- 1O-3- E3ROADVV A'V ; .
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hultze, and two in Florence. .
years '
h \ 'I ,, !'
'' Italy, studying ,with MadameEliza J
NI Jt t g.Florida; Fiaschl! and Lombards.Crlbbs&Cribbs!. PHONE 41 ,;;, "'.

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<< her return to Boston she did ; in his way: common: sense one cent till\ he is perfectly satisfied. GJ MORE s
: private teaching until the fall of will take aa good care ,of a, $300 piano ' Nothing could be fairer than this. ?BUTTER
1916. -wnen she came to Rollins Col-I a.of a $300 horse. There should My prices are no more than others '- j
lege, Winter Park Florida as head' be a society. for the prevention of -*-m ny of whom are' but amateurs Mrs. Hattie Meece of Glenn, Mis-
of the voice department and as director cruelty to pianos; When the horse at the bu.inea.-char e; while I am sour!,' says "I ,was not making ,
; of the glee club for the past four i is negelcted, it suffers alonef when making my patrons no additional enough butter :from my -cow's milk i;
J 'I'f \,( years, her .work in this community. the piano is neglected its owner'Ji price for my, long experience. I time, production for a family of two. After ".
:; .> : Is well known. friends and the whole, neighborhood.voice, regulate and repair; and the using Dr. ,LeGear's Stock Powdersa
for terms, voice tests, and fur, suffers. ; ' fact that 10. much of these details short time' she gave a half .gallon
:' <:: '; ther information, apply to Anna B. And. !'the: piano .suffers also. tAiling ,- are 'thrown in tot good measure; is more "milk a day and a pound of butter -' >
/ great' element in the increase in a day," -.
.s > : : Agents Waterman 304 ,Ad4erhold str'eet, I, ,;.r-; one "
Realty the number of customers Dr..Le ;ear'l. Stock Powders
Kissimmee.;, Telephone 109. 6J-2t( my -once give-
( Pianos, Need I have made th, needed betterment.T"A to .milk cows just what-ja needed to-'
Piano Sense And po.tal.or* a telephone will keep i the'digestive organs*, In' proper ,
( Cprt ( bring' me to any.-patron ,at the ear I condition: so that they get-the" most
M. v 0t M The. rarest sense is piano' The''"Masten Touch"A. : lust moment," concluded MT:Yoder. possible' good from therrtfeed.'Gie; e', ;

"I'. ,.. ,"" )' ., ... .. A man will buy a dollar watch sense.and ' a-: .. : "I shall showf appreciation of the equally wonderful results' when used w
take care of it,. but he will Buy* a A.-.BYoder: ;who'Is located In Kiesimmee'and'IIsflarlnetiet -.: general patronage those who desire for horses, hoes, and. sheep, because'they .

F. Will 8 dl.8CiIy..and: farm Properties i lect three-hundred. it. dollar piano and jies-' Concert.'Band; instrumentalist, : in tho of i I the perfect best. attention workby'a1vinlr/, and the themOllt.: ,most, czpeller.. are'. .a tonic' appetizer""'A: ,*and. worm v (': ,
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I thorough'' service. v Ito. matters not wbat'allment: you r
lie 1'11I'111 .tune up his watch every ability In",several Instruments, is an i "

:' "' .. day-by winding. But the piano may" expert In.!tbe\' tuning and toning 'of At'. ,Chamber' A. of D, YODER'Commerce $Rooms, try'it mahave wUl among your to get'stock'the or proper poul"a.) .,d'
untuned :
at Ai+ graduate music r.
go a year a time. the piano. ; in .'
r:,, : The mechanism of the ptan&'is and tuning': he:'received hi* diploma ,or 'J'elej'hone.2U.. Dr: LeGear Remedy from your deal.err'They *
finer than that.of a -watch-its worksare when he was but ,eighteen years- of are the 'Doctor'spersonal'

I' .;: FUll[[:;LISTINGS DESIRED . as' exacting-and the value to be age and alnee',tha' time he has cared Rhoda .jtoyal Show. Enjoyed his prescriptions j8! Veterinary compounded Practice durirlg-! ,
"... years j'
preserved Is_many times greater/. for the palnosj of some of the leading I
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4". '. ) t.. .. ,..,, sense and common: sense-com- Ohio-thereby adding to his store ofkrowledge 'yesterday: and the election failed ;to must satisfy you, or your_. dealer will
.,;. ,. !ro'., bined and clarified. ; and experience in this ':dampen the Interest in the Rhoda refund your money. i?,
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... :r- > '. sense sees tuning line. I Royal big three-ring dreys. The;afternoon - - "
' proper intervals saves dollars that '''No-' matter.,what ails the 'piano.i crowd was big, while the cleanliness arid the courteous treat-

':. ; ::; =, ,: j fYfRY[ (OURTfSY:, OOfNDfD[ "..: ;. -,' must, otherwise' be lost in the \Jdepreciated -; says Mr./Yod r/"I'can.,make it right :tent was ..packtd at night. Never ment accorded the patrons. v,
. .. ''value'of \hev piano= or' paid: Often .I have found' people ,sorely visited '
,! ., .""..t '\"\: '. ( haws circus Tampa --thatgave\ Today the show in its entirety will
a',!.' . w" I out in repair bills.. __I discouraged .because some .incompetent'toners ) the'utlalaetlo.I..that the Myal'.how be given in Ybor City ,and Wednesday t
k' ........ ;..t '; :' ., tr I Artistic
; ' : sense.perceives that a' piano have been unable to deg gave yesterday: Each and every act, in St. Peter' .-Tamp. Trl., .., ': ,
to. : .. \ out of tune yields discords, but termine' the defect*-and cure them waa/an. excluafve.teature, especially bone.
.... no mu.le.A".tom tom,would be i: To .uch I ?J'1 1
II' more I I owners ;.bring.a message,the elephant- acts and the wonderfully
"'J'J<., :, ."" .....rt: .. ... ... musical and embarrassing.. .Mrs.Jof good cheer Let:,me make an exam -. : trained horses.'Miss: ; EmmA Stick- I If' corks are tho'roughly soaked in :
:34&o . !f .' '. .... '.n"en.. .... Wealth 'Is'judged bye .. ; : "they jibe j
I '-..'. !i1 \""': ,. : .of ,the; plane; cultore'by i{(ailments and the cost ofmakIDIttMt.[delightful bareback ; equestrian dis.
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Ii. .. are offered si the lreat Brtcrlflce OIRS1F8 lER" <
'' of J ,NWTK ..Fee Pl'HI.MMTION ''R.celver'of the Rlate'fank' flf Klaslnt* .
: ed. 164 Acres cleared. flT aota Figure of |Jooo. 11'ull.detaill '
FOR SALE _..... el43M: 'Mew' Florida respondents. I will
dwelling- hou.. *8 oows, 10u>Jra. by calllna at premises or _wrUlnsrthe N* :
1 .
All for IS.ouv. Owner offered .,.uul. owner, O. l'. McCabe Klnslmme-. y offer for sate front of-tb oourt .
BAHIJAINS Pan HAI.H: BVMlBHi > lrwi rtment of the Interior, U. A. La.nd'Office house door .' Kialmmee..Florida, onDecember
cash for turpentine Ie.... This ls .,I!ark" Florida 4 -tf :
< ANI! t HI BBS S. 1SA, during the leiral
barimln., MY.4Illnaa at Uatfiaavlllw.' Florida, No.
.w EItlHT-RoM .hou. .... COHM $nl! full a "D'('iii H." i MISCELLANEdUS. vein her 1*. .11111. hours fit ami, the following; describedproperty SELLSFire
modern and fully furnlahede"with. .. nroaawaa, Klaalsaase., Vlrl.a I ,. Netico U hereby given that. William. oJJi County, Florida: .
-- ku
FORTY 0-tC .fv.Conwrford.. of Hnatlng. Florida Lot 4 A.V.. A. l-atrlpk1*
acrri Rtwd'2farm' laid, _"____.__ I 8RMD8-rNew rlprlntc. .-e<1 ontafoir will who. on paremopr 10, ISIS madellomeslec Addition to tb* town of Klsslmmew, '
part clvurad and fcnoeoj Sroomoun soon be, reedy for distribution fend Florid' Life; Accident m nd'
Oim. forHtO'4
BA.--'hlna closet, oil hJtter1wall Entry. No. :
. . ., Felt name at once ao therp will b.t' ,
xnn .
f ou.8IXHOOM of hale raah.JOHN
I .clock. Durrouwha ,adding machine In : nl'INGNE', of HKU: Bee. 14)) Term. .
houso modern and fur.nlehed delay rect-lvlnir your vopywhen .. R! CADKU
1 unit bi f S\VW. Ki'Ctluli SB. Tow
lot sundryoffice U
all.1food new. .
,. two iota. Floe ; JIB the book I. ready. Klliror M.rdCompany. t-4t Special Master lit Chancery.loiia Health Plate Glass tla
location .
; su 1 *V prices. J I* Plant City.. Florida f0itBRADLEY ship 14 8', Itana 17 K.: Tfllahe.eee.t.ridi.u ,
11.400. Eulnber. to-tt .. has Bird notice 01 Intentionto .
COOl KOOR-ROOM modern house, on Phillips Comnfiny. ........ inakv TIVreeyear .' antnhllsh Ia ''Ctrale ('_rt. at.. ., F .rldn.
MAT ItEsM FACTORY- .. _. .. ...,. '.... and Boiler Insurance.
l>lxa highway Only n.61111. FOR a..LJ.On. Bmeraon Typewriter, claim to'the. lend above . . ," .1 ( 0.e. bilitjr :
FIVE ACKKS, all fenced and cleared.In I Mattrrsaoa 'renovated. made. Ilk. .. ... (Scaly. I. 4'ksarrryL ,
model three vlalbla, aa! good .. n.wApply before Clerk of Cliwult Court. at .
cost of
new one.third the a newone. .
limit Fine truck' landFINE
.. Cit700y Valley Qaxette. U. K/eelmmv'Florida.' on the 8th day of Legal
Onl, K 'Bryant street, Orlando January lull.Claimant , ella Harvey Complainant: ", Bonds Etccutcd
'j HOMK SIX roonm:< modern:. fully Florida 41-It, witnesses. Vs. -
n a :
t'OR tI"LR-Flna| property
furnished, flue 'urnlt...'.. Two ,defendant
\Vesley Harvey
II. A of '..rlda.
Patten. ouichniHli
,, lIrepl."l."t, of fruit." A snap. quarter-block. p.aagntr roomea boaksflow.r SECOND HAND I\IOOIR.\ 'bouarht.. cow ', Same Day Needed:
A.I PlorMa.Henry ,
F. W Ixmxhnian.
tr.... ,-live ..
Itr b'r
Only IS.7BO. ;i oransr vines.t .shrubs. Garage.'wood.hed and repaired The,. Casino Hlark. of IjouKhinftn. Florida. It appvarlna d. 1t appended to .W '
FIN COHNICrt tot half block frombualneaa ( . ; the bill filed In the above-stated cause
t and tw.. In (Uausluic.' i.oughmnn K>or
.1 Olxla- HlKhwav.fourroom apsre WANTED.WANTlfcU Prank
center on .
I' that the rlald.nce of Wesley Harrey.the.
Reason for selllnir. '
:i ,- atone tiouao/.,,modern tor rear. propertytoo JOnT Vf. J) ..VIM' defendant therein named Is unknown Bilk
large for JtpplyValleyG..tte.
... only 3.0iO., Term present owner.. To two flratclass : ?
1-tf. buy on. or ."5t. U"1lIIh' and'' that he 4* over the as* ,
KIVK-n! )M house, d."dy'lol. oho lo '
well-trained bird-doors j point of twenty-one years: It la therefore
'aUol1: only. n.clio"1 Trrmh J..'( FOIL .ALEronle...,' saddle! .rs preferred. would oonalder.ld.' .! M>.TH: 'H OK:':;;;;:; aTlAA1 site; TAC1)ISEI ordered. that the said defendant. be
cash. HAJTHISandmares .. l>. B'artng. .. .
!: b"U' K welly .r'I..I. Hottlets. K. ). and he Is hereby required to appearto .
}' f BO up'Moe W. r"nrmar '
AOHRHluncl. [ I Orlando, Florida the bill of complaint flied In snarl
and cleared.: A snan.ITI foreman. New Kden Plantation' N4)TH''FJ la HICHK.HT I1VKN That cause on or before Hatiirdayth* loth
1,160' ACIlIBti fine land .t wen tjracres near Narcooase Fin, or A. tJ: Tu h- Ford ears <-liai>' 1510" "
ititf. -- a J. M. \Vllleon, Jr.* pur. baser ,of Tax day of lk-eember'A.01" otherwise .
Thomas Klsalmtnee, Fla. :
Inarorr bearing) Rood house and : for aah. Cailln.. st Maklnaon Certificate. No. 2nAdaleA the Snd! day the allegations said bill will ,
barn and out hulldlntra Haven mileslake tore.. toltxFARMKICB of Julj', A. l>. l*t7. and Tax Certlflatnn be taken as confessed by said defendant. ; CITYMEATjiRKET
r FOR 8.1L8-eon. Bet Rlectrlo:
front all for 116.000 $1 1 IOoOa. W.UI I' 'n.. t4l and 2040 dated. the Ji-d .
ca.h, haluncu lunar .. dculred at sKVnTTliTNimKn Plate frkctlcalljr new. At a reasonable -Bend today rota fogs, duv. of June. A. 1>. loll has tiled said It la further ordereif-that that this
lI'n. price Apply Valley Oa- ample copy 'JOf the l"1orlda Farmer certificates. In my ofHc* nn.l hs man* order .... published, onVe n week for
: acres Intid on and rltockmnn, publlahnd at Jack) application for tax deed. to Issue In eight conaroutlve weeks In The KIslirnte -
largo lake, forty aqua fenced hog ... I aon\1le.| Tells about livestock rala- accordance with I"... Maid certificate V..llon....'"... a nowapapei .
proof; eltrbt-room modern hour. FOR HAI.K-Hood .on hand FordemrF Inir 'dalrlnK poultry, citrus fruit embrace the following described property published 'In said County and Plata
Finn IrrlKUllntc" pll.nt.n: for $80.000. -,' Ham G. RaaTadaluA' Phou EtltFOR til.. and (trucklns"v,>weky. .. I't 11.00 per \ situated In Oacpola County, Flor- I "1'hls lUth day of October mo.
,j.. n'fr "' :; I J year-three fears for 11.0.0,1)\ dn'tu-wit: i / U OVRRHTKRHT< ,
.4, KAtlU. 'fro"" and home, rpoaotown SAI-K HoriCps and 'Mules In-: llveatock: ana ireneral.farming.; paper{. The NWti' :"of KKU .and REV of BUL1..oCKCI..rk Circuit, Court Fresh Met and,
Fine slispe, ,'.1i00. in the state.. Writ today ff\V\4 of Hectlon 1, Township 16 Houthv )i. n. {
4 >- THKKK FINK brick, ,storehouses- iulre of J. M. Miller.. ltf. Range 27 Kast: embraced Iti, Or-rtin- Solicitor for Cornplalnant 4S-t : ,

,i rs<1v for btmlnesa. dwelllnnfrented .4THItKHRUOM FOR ,BALK.. For Rent I FurnishedRooms WANTICU Small plainly funlahedbunKalow ,<-at* No tOil; lots 2, 4,' 7. 10, .19 andWV4 iCireuit Court Bali VegeltalblesPhone
...d ndulthars I .. with fall Improvement. 'IA on n Hlock tl llutinvmcde.. embraced .
for wpl per month. and 0'1':1 : I: order-". .10cents' I I Mini price. Address; Miss Ulebner, jln Certificate No. t9; Lola 1. ;;T.M OK RPM(7t1, !M\''TKIfMttALR.
THIRTY ROOM alone hotel modern. ..-tf Narcoossc. Florida. 4'-2tO ,11 and II Block 61 Runnvmeil. em- :. /,
J i and fully ftfrnlahed. Running waterj '_ --- ---- --I - braced In tVrtlflcatc No. 141, and iota .
throughout Un.-hlt" nr Rlueklntp'This .. ', ,, LOST I and I Block l'. West KlMlmmee. NOTICE I. hereby given that underend 44
SALE! T bO,. suits.
FOR wo 4yearold I
la on the Dl"le Highway and . I The cold land" being assessed at data by virtue of a Final l>ecrn* of
9 finest locution In 'town All for statf, velvet: on. dark blue on. - of Issuance. of said rertlncntea. In the Foreclosure and ,Hale rendered on the
116,1100, half In cash balance fromone I I dark green, Russian. atylc, whitecollar i LOST--A pair of v ld-rlmnied noseKluaaes I name ..r H. E. Clark IHsston. H. Iutale 2d day of October A. D. 10IO. In the .
"I to ten at sis percent end cuff., detachable. Nearly with Rind chsln. and button Unknown. end W. H. Harris. case of J. J. Rlcharda, aa Complainant "
i, TWKVTY-ll'XRI! m.Mrrn house. pt new. Apply 'OI, Main *treett 4tf: with It cnvrnvcd on It. Please return 0,1... said certificates shall tx- fdecmd vcraim Olive W. McKay, et a I.aa W. B. CRAWFORD. {
furnished: Imlf-acre land. rloiieIn. I"' I to Sire af.'.A. CJark. and vet I; according to law, lax deed Roapundenta. In the Circuit Courtof :
All '' FOll,8ALKUun for
the tJlli day ofIWeiUbet' J
will Ifcsuo thrreon on
EIOHT-llOOM house tine location, I .: alx I...rife room.: lararnporch I the State of Florida In and for Osceoln .
A. 1>. 19:0. '
t close In. 1II..rn and fully furnlah- I, ; clone In. Apply on premisesNo. .I .1. I,. UV1 RMTItEET Oouiity, In Chanrvqy> that on : 8. 4, S, 6, and 7 Osceotii
> Orlando Klenlinm .
ed. Sixteen fine trees, full offrull, avenue "I. Cot. Real Mad- When I l.oM My Clerk <'h'rull Court tmceola County. the first Monday In ei-ember.. the
dandy lot: only $8.00U. Half cash 49-U. Hen." M.... Han FloitdoCllriilt aame being the Hth day of lerembrA. Bank Building.KISP1MMEE. .
Setting nan.
9 balance 1, S and B yenraOOOli BO-St I). lute at the door of the ('....rt
1 FIVE room plastered house, FOR.KALK. -.(Ireatesl,, opportunity Inod'nt. I "I went andfound Into the hen favorite house setterdead. one ( .Court teal.--.-).- ------ House In kdaaimmer, Oaoeola County FLORIDA
flreiilncea: and, screen orch. nice lot A bargain not to be nesrlectid morning. my -.-- - State .f . Klort 1 tlurlii ( the leiral hours of .
real m."t to thestore.
I !
and" I.r.1"1". location I2.CSOTorms Briefly told here are iiaorerlocated got OurrKtitherlne ale. I' will offer for ."111, nt publicotitrrv.
THNAHand Irrvlt. .
R \
at Klsslmraoe' l'ark'with bought seine for cash. In hand to the highest
In a w"ek. T got six dead rata I:very eta cjmtr. !. fkaateeryfJaalelal \ x
600 feet. On
house lake front of followingdescribed
NICK LARGE t o-storv on -- a should bidder the LEWIS. O'BRYAN '
who raises keep
all modern and two on. tract of eaten and onehalfacrea body poultry o-wlt
street :
paved RAT-SNAP." Three slues, Xftc, 6Bc Hrollea, property
lots on : 75 fruit trees full Is a five-room bunsralow with' Iteirlnnlna at the Southwest cornerof ATTORNEYATLAWWarner
,a.. ?' ..-.. 'ooon-r i I4.SSO. bath: large araraK*) dairy ,house:'I I1.S6 Mold and Kuaranted by !I. "ro I.". Defendant l>it eleven 47) of the South Florida
FINE HOME six rooms all modern w swished: poultry-house and CENTRAL DRUG STORE I' Jnmei ) Railroad Company's Survey of the Buildingr.
affidavit apprndrd tu
and v...."'... A real pretty place: te."IhlC: and motorboat house: tf .O8CEOLA HARDWARE CO. the It b111t0ed apneitrliiM'1 1 In by the abut.eltatedaua.. Town of Klaalmmee City, l'lorida.and
Plenty fruit, A fine buy for only Irult tr_.; everything! I 1. the defendantth.reln .. run thence North 47 degrees Vest
: lames H
mood terms. good condition. On the remalnlnaracrrawe One Hundred and Forty-two (lit)
Itll AntKH Bond land inn nori a fens. there are. tC fruit t...-..... .in Subscribe for The Valley HtMtiof" ".'.-",",,"''d.' and a nun-renldfnt la H renldi-ttt of th of feet, more or leas, to on alley thence PIANO TUNING AND REPAIlllNGAH

.... ... .. . --- ., .-- he U North 4* dctcre/is East Sixty (11/1) feelalong !
-- -- -- --- -- -- -- --- -- rr-r--r- -r- Bront111*. Trxss mid that. y
( line of said
the easterly "
"arrit "XY.
I..r Hi1 ace of I"'t.n. ) :
. Neel Work Calraateed
47 dctrrnes
thenroSnuth .
.ordered that the aaldnonriKliU'iil y
.. !" tli'lrtort' feet, "
Hundred 1115)
. l and he 1.hrreby and Forty-two
df<>ndnnt >i>
r the 1 IIi ,more or lea.. and thence South 4S deKrera YODER!
: ,j-: gulri'd'd .to appear }. West Sixty (10) feet to theplace A B
: of romplnlnt filed In cold ciiuae on orhoforv of bfB-lntiltia. being. In lllock .
Monday the Kth day of Jnnilarj. -

[ '. A.<>f l Kald>. 10211 MM oth will'rwlHc I.taken the an alleKMtloni con- Four Company's M) of the Survey South of Florida the Townof Railroad . Pkon. 241 Kissila .s, Fil.i4da,
After Osceoln Count .
Thatwhichisfitendures. KUsimmee City )
f<.",' lie pul t" >llid furlher 1 oniiu week for Four.MiHCUll Thl. let day of November .A. l>. ... .. .

<-.. /\.c uefkn In The Kla.innlee. 1930 MILTON .'LllaER.' : 0 t4OONOO N N

Vnllfjtlnzetle.. H nrwapapur ulllli-.. \.. Special, Msstn In Chnncer)'.
eleven 'years' service the <.d in .Miilil County Hixl t 17th day of !1M2O Hollrltorci for Coini>lniiauf. 4751
.1 U. <>VHi ----- -------
rk Circuit .UI'I f<"'
KIMIlll"1 & ? I
Sub,'IIel-a fur (-.m.,1..nnt.. -. ,
Florida Citrus, I''UI.tC'l1I! 41SIAI I.'ear. of Exchange (_PI.-.It_ _. __ .__nIUTIt _ _ t'...'''. idle .f Klorldn.In ,.

fr i.: '! U f HKIIITWIIH ir hklaie.of AUKUst, ludn )

... ,. ......... .. ..lI To Mil Cieilltors, Muatiee. nistllliut -
!. f of tke < .t O re Hint all I Pirmins having claim*
the growers' oWn organization :I < ouaty. Mias._ of florlria. I 01 Ptmatids n. ,(nlii..l until al"l.e.
nnil, oath of are hvrebynotlfli'd
You. you
I .
U VurhreeTo.
!. In r,' KKtute of Arthur I and rsutuIrrd I to present anvclHlms WOOD !
all Cieditor*. Ijetrat'-es IHntrlbuUIH and demands: which- you, or '
un : i i s
"r cmnridi Mitnlnut. Hiild 1 KHlale. estate of Auuust Ordas. deecased. latoof
becomes ever stro Von and inch. of >ou. HII- hi.relwotltlfd ")' I, Osieolu. County. Kloilda. .t.. the underHlifned -
: ger and required, prcm-nt any Executrix of said eatst. n'
jilHlnw and di-muiids. which >" "'. or within two >'ekrs from date hereof.JJated ;
either of von, may nrfve iTRnlnsl thefeint August SX A. It. 1920 .
or Arthur 10 Voihcce.. deceased.latf .' MAniB OrtDAH.4S .
,,'e 1 M.mbrshp! la the Florida Clmii" Exchange requJrWS _t i: '''til I uiirtur of..)xi.eil fisceoln Exvcutilx C'ountv of Florida anld, .to..tat.the..'icvnvueu 5 t *, ''.uiJsniuiiiKT' auiinraoie Executrix quar.'rs ., t LEE, ROGERS':

,.only I the ability co-opcnte.. No. Iniliatton feet, ., .p' within. one, November year fioin I" the A. 'date I), 110 hereof.Pitted ;I' .''i.They, ( immediately. closed the f'

BO lIIemhf'nhlp.tae.. For Information I.!, consult the m. A r. MARY LILLiAN VOItHI<:" IiI. I e.I Cl\had;{? been warned against J. '

I nuuuuref of nearest association or .ub- wln [i 'WM 1 k4 4H-tit T 1xcrutrl, ,>ming lo>,',KlsaJmnlee in some of the 1 n PHONE 127-2-t-l i

Luintt 4. NOTICE I" hereby green that underand tighboriny, "cities," said Mrj Fay. flnd. 60-6t !1
the tt Tamps. ,
.writ. to manager : _
by virtue 0' a IInlll decree. en- .* con equebUv. I thought thislight h . "
..... trawl bY the fudge or Ihr ,Clreull .be a nice place to atop., And Ind t l
... Court'o't Ihr- 17th "ud"'IRI Circuit ofF1or10a. ,
__ I --- - no''in ;:
that I' have made t
\ In and for Oaerula, ,County !, S'i
__ ,_ . n'__ . In ChHiici-ry on November 4. 1120 In loosing thin as a winter home. Both t t.I .
that certain cause wherein Relic H. iyself and wife are charmed with u '
'Y la complainant and Ado Khss.A '. NO MORE
I Cobb "
W. Mann, Hank of 8tCliuid. >e city and'its environments. The ,'
K. Hass, Geo. n

I Lefs settlethis.right .: -Florida-------.-and- S H. KullockL as tuple_!r.... have__.....quarters_ D_ with. ...-- 'Member_Mrs..... -:Jj: JAI{ f'

tion Stewardship Every
; } '
r saleev after > /
: Enlistment; Support ,of Benevolence; .... m mr ...._. killer.., Try a Fkg. 1''
; now ChmrdiRtr. Budget11:80Address. ,. sad 1 .pe>ve> ... Hait killed wUfc KATRJIIAP -
;, PrwbjteriM by Rev. J. P. Cal- leave SH .).ell. ) .*r, asp {
... : ...._.( Meek '.." 0.__.
.' .. L .*.- juf' Ju ... Ifr W. H. Dre ch, Pastor houn. D. D. see ala 41 rake. ...*akKlek "I.,- Fact ry,
. > Recess. (tails,.
imoked L *) er '
I Jj, No man cver anf ) wish to 2:00-Dpe1t Conference-Goals for .as ache .ta mhew) fer1Cats J.uJ.
W.- Florida Presbyterians _. .. .._
Mr. E. P. H .p. *r>snHillk, IL
.. "' thae'Caineli" t ofour great the Local Church, by ,
BettftiTcififlircUo l' know the 'purposes .JO mlmo <. ekel e.Y fee all
' c "< t and fill our place in Its Thompson. .. farms. *.* *Ms -..llelasn,.!.!._ .......
: church Adjournment. I.... .. .....r,' ..,.......
':! .J.'f world wide plans, ._.._ ," "
I '
,-? ,-xoh'l''Snd' aalela "une'qualled Jby .' m.--chrl.Uan Endeavor. .said ed o. , :\. Saturday Evening7:80..Presbyterian 6:80 P. CENTRAL DRUG STORfiOSCEOLA s
:#', .aiTy:cigiare te' in',.the "world- at;, any... and Overseas.: Steropticon Work' at showingsand Home Topic Fields.; 'Stories From, Home. ,Mission. .': _ HARDWARE CO.' .

, price becauso .Camels! ;combine, md addresses.- by Re,.. J. T. W. Stew-j pastor.730-Worsnip. 'Sermon !by the ,I ':When 'RunDowmCOLUMBUS. '

, f every" feature that' can makocigarette -a. .rt.. /Sunday Morning 7--30 p. {'l.-.Wednesday::. 'prayer' -'.. .. '

'l / 9-SO: -Devotions. service. .. .
ir supreme What Are
9:46-Open Conference-
/) Presbyteria. Churchb
the Presbyterian ChurchRegarding .. .
'i 1 the Plans of --

rf ; Camels ,expert blend of .choice, '- ,Missionary Education} Saturday evening ,and Sunday. + '

': Turkish 'and choice 'Doixl estia'f' 1 Family Religion I ; Rcllgiou* Edu .. November 27 and H!8. speaUsri! rep. r.T
e. ,1"'. resenting the denominational' work' I aSul

t! ,r ) tobaccos: .puts Camels Sara class. by: Auto will be heard. Addresses. and stew' '
1942.1. Tags
Jt" optiron showings of 'the
Their smoothness
i o-r themselves., '' work cf the Presbyterians will mark

if} : .a .t m j .Will: appeal:>to,;you; and permit : Now Ready the _evening. ,on' program local ,church-whila. interestswill conferencwork. 'Irt..

t the day. Th. speakers
occupy ..,,0,
are:. ,
'' *' ing your,.taste I I.; For. convenience of the public Rev,' J.. T, W. "SUwartvSf.;Cloud.'

!> : v . _'" applications, fqr registrations of mo- 0. O,' Knox. .
!t1:" Camets'ieaVe't1f'unple1; s ",ciga- tor vehicles forth year 1921 MAY \

BE FILED NOW. If accompanied by ort KPierce.These : )
r '''';* retty aftertaste;.:nor 'unpleasant_ | 4"c remittance. THE 1921 -TAGS'WILL meetings!are'planawr-bv'' the .:

w' '. '. :: I"I .... -- 1>.'.,. BE. SENT OUT ABOUT THE MIDDLE Preutoyterial New 'Era .ComnMtee. .GA.-?For aboot two/

,\" '-. igattrttYJ--I', .' ,. OF DECEMBER' for all applications consisting: of' Rev W. B. 'With ei i>:. "Yeats I'smfferfxi and becam mn-=.

died o that time; and spoon,.. D. D-,1 Crystal HUverJ;',Rev.. J. ,
down .and would
: fast ; I... nerroua j
.+ You'lprefeirCazinelsbhridtoither; thereafter ,,as as applications 'incorrect P. Cslhounv D.'.D., )Winter: Haven: upba'1.
." I form reach this office..Before Rev. W. O., Garrett lliamjj Rev .V. ,Jje"'m'-ftakI: could not set

I 4' 4 I tWi d.Oftoba000"BlriOke;,: . straight I r mailing your application H. Drench, Ph.D.. KUsimmee; Key, the montlN;11 Dl1' back ached: ,all//"?, :

I ... fc 'i" J>I G1..rewrMnwywMr.In.dwrMa..ywalI"a -,.. ,: .. ' .ir>>..>1..... ,,<, please see that all questions are 'answered R. W. Edwards,. ',Jacksonville. -- .the'time and *b badly; that.I could>:

I ;,1;., I .- Do .... .,SO sjjsretrssf or toe awly.rJod. and your name and. address Is All Presbyterians will be especially not toop-At *n., I-alao Buffered i:

I; "', TSi51 ; .....-841I..n.p..n--J14.uee.. .... printed or lawn plainly to avoid interested and the public. ,in with. .ta aid... 1 tried ?
I t >. palM BUT
o+? 1's ryy -rusty ae-te---a taw ae..a !hr to* as wlF errors. The yon to execute sited ,*
, <'11; ,. sear eypty w t..ea you "."" the application before a notary .'many" medicine* but did not gej(

i1: li'. u...'j. Ite -.& J; public or some officer using a seal CkristiaJs CVarch better. ,I had 'rotten ta' .be a ..

, )., .., .I.; .' '. .. .. _...'"'to\, .. Tap executed cannot application be issued la until filed in a duly this Rev. W. H. Coleman. Pastor. ahyslcal wreck when I began' taking'J.Dr.Ple .

oa'a! Favorite Preacriptionr ?, ''d
: 'PI.- [
office.Blanks'. 10:00 m.-Sunday school. time 1 had takentwo' 1
.... a. and by the ,
:J.,''": 453, t.,t5 .4, -"7 "$,r "'1<'101. 0'.''iiwI' ' 'kde y .' ">',<' y dKa may the be secured votaries' from public banks, ,11:00 a. m,-Sermon. f bottle I was cured of my ailment*
of '
justices peace .
7:40p. m. Sermon I hay.never .
and felt like a new woman.
and officers or the) comptroller *
county 'A welcome" for everybodyespeeially with this
suffered since
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v ; ..I ERNEST AMOS. \ ,strangers.:.. trouble.*-MRS.ANNA MlDDLBTOH,;

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$[, Rubbed Into the akin:for rheumatism : : The.:Saturday ;Evening ,,Ppst; depend upon ac e.1xd upon h alth.' a.

/ neuralgia, contracted muscles, $2,60 i' J'e.r'The; L..d ..HomeJour. ,,* You nerer .ee'..- ooddookin

sprains or.lameness ,Ballajd's-Snow nal, $2JM a ye.rrThe'' Country Gen; t womanwho i ,.._' :..,dowr4
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liniment 'goes'-'right through the 'man.AO- year v.erorathreat .

rr. flesh, to,, the ,bone. easing palrr and of these magazines' ''would. Dr... Rerce'fi. tiyotie..Ire'icr1.7tion .tft:

4 4 :_ : $ removing the cause. It is a powerful make1' a splendid ChrlatmT.7-r-1', \j U the 'Ut "tYUlnen's tvruI1

I .. Three sises,:.30c-60? and wi. .. ....r.llltt!;' '1'.-'rr !''f1)>"* J*., ""' there t*." It t.,60 year ladl4. :: ;, .

,. _ : iain'relief .! '\S,>'' by; .RQbetson's!! 4' w.. .:-.R, 171 .M1' .M pleated,! t1r ,Its age..testifies. to. it? P'- ***,. ,r

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.' ",, '. . r.a '. \ '". '. ., -The''Gasette office bait number''Of f| ':Get, your .'order 'In' for 'engraved'

S .. r bunch: o ,old papers',:neatly tried up, and embossed \iholiday, greeWng. cards, .
.1 IT it uirn ni IN ,SOCIETY'S REALM which will be 'sold at 15o".the bunch. now. Fine'line of samples to select'
\ Call for them soon. _.:< ,tf from ,at Gazette. office.' tf.
r:7: : .. Au maturll' Intruded tor this' -d.. A. new piece' of' office equlpmeht 6Sf is a prescripHo, for"' C.idr.
I ,' psrtmcnt should be-handed In earlyas for binding: --papers holds the sheets '
( '. notices of Fever sad ., h's the mast
"- po.alba.Adv.nce comIng : LaGrlppe. : ;
', I events must l>.. authentic. Call together by means 'of .* square. *y a
", '. > Phone II. and aak for "Society." let. ., I speedy rewedy'wo k ow. :L_

: Form acl .Frld close promptly, .at- ten o'clock,' I. . ., r -- .. .r.. .
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\ "I" ; /... : .. WISCONSIN" HAVE MET ., .
i :'J ni"' " I : Mrs. H. W.i Curtis..of Milwaukee; '
:-, m" + "' : .''to" Ji and Mrs; C. A- Smith, of Aberdeen, !

; : .' South Dakota, are. enjoying ..a delightful I [ OTIGEThat .. ,]
;-i.:. ...;' ;.,; : ; season their. io home Kissimmee- with Mn.->. ndaremaking G. I . '

** H. Newhouse, at 411 Verona street.
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. ,. : SPENT' THANKSGIVING j I- , '.. ,
:' IN pLANT CITY ...
' . Wr.' and Mrs S. A. Bogue. who are T Have ''taken charge of' the "buslness. '
: Many'' merchants find /> spending -the winter' In Kissimmee; .

: .. left on Saturday for" week' at Plant .., ,
City where they were to' be the
.. Its attractive an guests of the family, of Professor .
appearance .
5 Frank ', Faulkner, of the public That bit an examination of the books.and ': ;

asset to their business., ". schools Mr. ,and'Mrs.Mrs.Faulkner.......Bogue .' daughterof accounts, I. find. that:a great many people:i-In',, ': :
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; MOWN PHYSICIAN this county have, done business wlththe_ ":

STOPPING IN KISSIMMEE : concern for a number of years. ; ,
Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Moody, of Iowa ;
; . Falls, Iowa, and Mrs. 'c. H. Seeley, I
; who comes from Cass City, Michigan ; That to many of these persons long lines, "1
r form trio of visitors makingthis ,
At the sametime it a
city a winter home. The party' of credit have ,been extended from time to' ;

solves their delivery problems Is making headquarters with Mrs. carried '
Frank Souder, at SOO.Mabbette. time which have without doubt t ( '
i t 'eftriciently'and econcmically.I. street. ; through periods when, without this assistance :

4 1t "SLUMBER PARTY"AT they would hardly have been able to I'
e i Miss Ruth Clark was hostess of a feed themselves.. : ;

.... merry party of her friends Tuesdaynightthey i
1:1f havinc accepted an Invitation -
... of To all such I appeal for
to her home to enjoy one persons now a .
W. Phi.IP! Sons ' those gatherings where the central A
., f-! theme. is missing-a "slumber par continuance of this patron e. I am goingto oJ2

; ORLANDO-LEESBUXG-SANFORD ty." The affair was a most jolly one run the business as nearly as possible ; ',
-and those participating were the
+ :; Cars of all types for immediate deliveryffi& Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Elsie on a cash, basis. I will at all times promise "

Norton, Nina Bratton, Elon Gulce,
and Medora Russell. good service and. the very best prices: obtain "

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, .:-. "\}. ;. / '... Miss Ruth Clark, -who has been with will be.4))'
,,::- ., .- ,.\ '11''I" / ;:. -. visiting her mother Mrs 'M.A.. Every &!dollar now spent me ;

t : '->-" .J J"F." r::-' Clark, 216 -Verona street, for: a brief an aid in again building' up an ojd' and val-i .'
) / .- time will leave on Monday for her
.(.'> 4t- < \ \/' :' > home in Caddo, Texas. Miss Clark ued institution and I CALL NOW FOR .A.

; 1 has greatly enjoyed her visit here UNITED EFFORT TO AID ME IN THIS t
\\J : among her old-time friends, and will

.. f:1r" make brief stops enroute to Texas WORK. v
at both St. Augustine and Jacksonville h

where she has many. acquaintances. -

Ali persons who are owing accounts at '

CHURCH CHOIR the store are requested to call upon me at :

__ I Miss Anna B. Waterman, formerlyof an. early date and make arrangements; towards - ,
the faculty at Rollins, is now a
resident of Kissimmee and has assumed paying the, sa ,e. Parties who arc :

I the directorship of the choirat not able. to pay their'accounts in full should :
church.Miss Waterman
..... the Methodist .
e ..1 s'r+ who is accompanied by her make arrangements to make settlement by >
w mother and sister, and is making her
home with MrS T. A. Morrison, corner regular weekly payments. I shall be ;

of Lake and Adderhold streets, to meet and discuss with each customer the'fi: b ,
is a teacher of vocal music and has
Y IQI already, a clsss of interesting pro question'of his account. I feel sure that in ::
I portions. She is a graduate of the
Massachusetts Conservatory of Mu- most cases.ii'. amicable arrangement can : f
sic, and comes to Kissimmee with
high recommendations. be arrived at.

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1 -- (MERCHANTS MAY GAIN.. I they are carrying, and say just why Commencing KISSIMMEE this (Friday) eveningthe e The Waters. & Carson Grocery ,Co. i

JflUCH HOME PATRONAGE jit; in the home prices are lower, dancing class under the directorship :
c ; OF INTEREST[ [ PUPILS Uxade will be considerable augment-. of Professor Everet L. Hill, of- '-.
ominent Vocalist fd. Orlando, will hold forth in Downing Per 9. 'B. OWEN, Receiver. .
might be added that the circus hall from seven-thirty to ninethirtyand ,
j OF THE DANCING CUSS. : Receive lit of The Gazette is fast reach-/ it may be stated that. from the '. f f- '. . . .. '.,
., ; Will Pupils that point .where every home in start there are to be no spectators '.-
-" Wis locality receives its weekly 'vlsahti -, allowed in "the halL Those intercuted : .' : '.
;f TnE', OPENING'SEASON ----' publicity; Ihrourh Ita', col- In formulating this class insist :. -
illl Anna B. Waterman, of Bos. line is of a nature which ran in that until the art of dancing shall 7. . '
j OF THE CLASS IN' DANCING who is spending the winter in i other manner be duplicated. have been gabled the pupils have a ;
1 . WILL TAKE PLACE I linimee, is organizing a class in ; SOCIETY hesitancy to take instructions beforea , .. .. '\

FRII? EVENING. 'NOVEMBER { I,.fte four years of study in the. ,ID APRON PLANNING AND FOOD SALE pupils general will public be ;present.consequently Professor only i I ;. .:J"/

26Ia'Dowsieg ''i resile" Hill is a tutor of acknowledged pro .1' :
".' Hall.. her: advertisements appeeart-- **i no"'h-c's ', The Ladles' Aid Society of the 'flciency-and promises to ef produce the 'CWNc ,0 OWN "! ,..1
dancers : .
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: church will conduct some graceful )
jer"I papers some special th'!nge! Hatstiil.e i Presbyterian an : .. .
7'a3o 9i30 : Sale" in the Hart Memorialon class terminates. ."
to their fancy-with the selling; "Apron .:.--. r / t :.. ....-tt
ice I the afternoon of Tuesday, November .
pi named;and as a too frequent result ,
t the article is sent for without in- i 30, when children's -
PROFESSOR EVERET L., HILL, ''lui.y in this city Jf the advertlse- 1+I' and cooked foods will be oRe*edcend DETROIT Cochranevof ,.; "" : q.
Mr. and loin. J. M.'
refreshments will be served.
** . I Intents in The Gazette should into ; .
: go ; '' ,hostandHostess . .
I InstractorNo
I' ltC 03' Cypressstreet; were .
. .detail regarding some of the goodaarr1ed I / Wednesday to 1 Mr.. and ..- ,.. ,
--......ji .. -details such as many .-ad. and family, .who',were AS THE:ORIGINATOROF'-LOW: PRICES: lfti KISSIMMEE WE e
'" ,vertieere'present.the home trade l I i This Means You Mrs. Mbore:; ",. '" . .' .
i : Spectators Allo *.d. i would be greatly stimulated andI When you get up with a bad taste enroute in from Southern their. Florida.Detroit homo, It ..hasWn to .'t ARE, PLEASED'TOQUOTE: A FEW/OF OUR. MANY; -... "'f ; e
.t t'I I matter l would take'on new life. I I t Iin| your mouth, a dulltired feeling points : families "
Kissimmee residents ,rand 'thoseliving no relish for food and are conatlpatoyou < several;years'since'th. BARGAIN PRICES' ; :,
ti ; d !_; litlutdBe. ProesptludrProspedive within trading ;distance} have i ed, may know that you need.,a lave 'met- and the for'dar all.: -was; Mr.Moorei one"of ,'" ,, . . : ,

:. Pupil. May a desire to patronise the home mer- I dose of Chamberlain's Tablets.They sincere.! enjoyment ."of automobiles . .K
,. chants___-._,.._**$ ,123':, : 1'C
"fairwhat they wish; and if the i i I I merit of the bowels, but 'cleanse andI along .
for'n .merchants will butco-operate'in: this I I I Invigorate the stomach, and impro wsy-r-au'Intent, upon',.reaching Florida 32'iachciwidi: !' iplendid'plaid.and striped i''4 .'. '

." .. "" ;. '. = measure and tell the .people what'.the digestion. *.,*. ,;each'dsy. and hundreds: along'of cars the'entire were palaed dls- .soc:. now :-. .-..----.,---:..-----..::.-'_..:...x-L; ;.: ,:.43. sy
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i....' ....,A; '. ;.' -A t. tance. ,Many) of the,;visiting stages-to cars ares 'i }1 'inches'* wide;'Dress"Gingham"J ., i I best.c.-; ...... ,..;,. a. "*' 1,
.... ..... -It. .... - III I leisureannexbut'all J
..,. -- -- were plan- t 21'woheiide'Dresa; x.33',
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h'v a r.";.1I / said, to aood.-------.l ,

.'- . '''',o, ,, ,- .... ...jning. -,.. .nieadsbutwhile in' his >state., :27 ,inchei.wide''Dress Gingham, tnediu'!'.. -' ...:.::-...,:-..-: ;........;;.. ''::.2E. ,
1 ri '''. :: ., ..' aPpaid'pd:' ". ; , Voci-lJ.: et ': :KISSIMMEE-- ', COUPLE 7"' ..-** 21.,inches-': --'wide. : Dr...'Gingham, -cbeap....->-__.-:-__.___..-__.:'J",.:ZO' ... ,
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8 y :i4 MARRIED INORLANDOe; Best Hickory:Sheeting-was JSc now.1 __ : ,x.23
-.1' t'; : . i A wedding -;of ''much interest to ; .. 'P. .i.-; .,
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i iliillsbotoagh'
; + 'MAnv'frlenda,, was solemnized last .
: ,36 inch'Percale, was 45c, _T.1t3S'
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''' .: I o'clock"atthe3hom.of'Rev.'A.M. '.. Cheviot .. ...."._ ._ ', ., .:. _. __o-rrr- ;., ,.' .3S,
1 pt.:: two" .. ..... , _", ; ? jTosi ,I... ..._ _..': < ly fl
.when '
M .. : Cbisholnv' Dear. Orlando, : C.'e ,1o--r .\ 4' 7'-JJ"f/; '
' Accounts Welcomed '> : < ;Miss .Lois and Roy H.; Brink 36..Jin4itriped_. ..Clutiegdouble.I :...f.eeeodi' J.wis. .4 Ct..bOW, "':"; "-i : .3St,' ,iy j
were-united in marriage.s OJ' : z '.. .
\ . Feat D'L'OU'' : : '
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.' "" Mrs Brink Is the only daughterofAr : !. y g".r. ww/rr.P. ti.,.... e.{.... .06,. y.
t (' ;We'estend to.; and woman of small mean an invitalionto y-'" ; ,.;,' ) -. c iJj,: Mrr.. Keros S. Johnson; of ,30 c1itbed-' ; : ISh" : :,'..'.;;... .:.,...<. .. :' ,.. ., '\' :'" tt .23 -, a ,
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opeD'an account with us. There is no discrimination shown L. thfs 'c'tr, and i. .an.accomplished. z J . --I.---t'.. ,, : ,.:; .

e. > .&positors-:-:;4>tit the person with a $50 account receives the same. attractive';' young "woman.' She"'was ,.. inBleache'dSheeting", .. . .. iced -..,"'... .. ;....-.i. : : :.;.... ._ ...266ndi.nhesd. i
: ,"treatment Ys the'one"with thousands. Whens 'all depositors have t !horn' and 'reared bere"'and'Damben' ...<: 7 L' .f.C t 'C "" "1 'Jilll.;J; "
.. ?" ., jaer' friendsby her many acquaintances I '''' --;'-;'' -"-- ,''' :: ; '
.surpltu-enough: to !make'ari in atm.enU. a-high, grade security our "t : : : : -fr .

ra t ,, ... ., advice i alt the selection .of'securities: is' at their command. For people .'. 1 -; .* Mr;' Brink 1s." the- t only' son of'Mr.nd I .. l43i..e

;, .. .1 ''"'of small 'means who desire an absolutely safe place to keep .their " : : MI'S.i-A. R.. ,- -Clarence, I win fisis! Tsui! feeds" 'redaced.lLs'accoroAmce: ;. :widi' : today. ,..iutbt.; ;,. : .
; We ' of, Bank. .' Iow.' ''111 Is. a:,; premising 'young '' -'' -"* ' our : .
4 -t) money" .. ; ,> businessman of': this cily-having an. redae.i fSte! h pair' $%.SO., ";My ; l ;'
'.L,4.. :.". .-AneTfo all who. Wiah0 do business with a financialinstitution ir rdeilr> home here for the put :
.. }. ajsdi.wui'tee
.. ,,'"" r ;'t.. "''" a', 'which treats all its customers alike, we offer. our three -years, and is a member of the ,We ar s .a.a. job that ysmget; ge.. .attbe ' ( r

1 '.r to' ..: . services:. 'y' 3. Gilbert Company. least"ssMer..,, Wo ,:east your .trmJ. Irie..4.. ;:"co 'oyera-; ,

.,, '.' ,. ';" ,..l ., '.' > . -"'Immediately after the .ceremony tl... awe,wdl"do t1...e...: '4' ...: -: ,Ld,, ,
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