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 18, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01038
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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HUGE BARBECUE NEGRO LOST EVERYTHING WORK WILL-PROCEED' GET YOUR 'GUN JOHN MUST USE: PRECAUTIONS '" 1 .", : k' '

FOR : IN. ,FIRE OF'SATURDAYsSUBSCRIPTION': .. ., AS' ,TO ;SWEET POTATOES, REPUTED I "BAD :MAN!!! I,,

f MEATS BOUGHT WILL IS 'TAKEN UPON BREVARO 'AREA HUNTING SEASON TO SHIPPED- INTO FLORIDA' -
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'The alarm on Saturday morning Milton Pledger, 'countyprosecutingattorney ; ATTEMPTS TO KILLDEPUTYN
called the fire department Bermuda ,' has been advised that many ,

I avenue, north where the nice CROSS-STATE GOADBrevard BEGIN NEXT SUNDAY sweet potatoes are ,being shipped '
JEED TENJHOUSANDI home of Charles Griffin was so-far in from Georgia, into this',county-and CHARGE,
ruins that.nothing could, be done to a* has been advised also that the :

Crouds Are Being'' Geared' Beeves save'any portion of it. Griffin is a Ceaaty Has Let Tk Contract PeJater. For Thee.Figariag 0. Getting ; shipments do: not bear the approvalof r:
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negrorespected by'all' for' whom' the state board of control The
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I* Have Been ContractedAnd Detail. hast worked'-,and one'' who i is eagerly F. ,Tka Ce-stpletion of toPertioa .I After\ GUM' The First Day .f laws) regarding the shipment Into the) u.... "Bab Campbell!.: A* Depth

Ifc Are Practically Complied. sought whenever there is work to ; '., TMs' Splendid .HtPw.a, fin Soso.F state or produce'. as well as plant, ''Eaten Cell ,WdIa Teed
-' be, done that requires a man .Of abili .- flowers..shrubs, and trees,lrona other
I. -What promises to be' the greatest : There was no Insurance opon Osceola (;COam' must hasten ,the Nut Sunday the hunting season state are very rigid) and both the A warrant 'was swim out "Saturday
I barbecue ever held in Osceola county ether the house of'''the contents and work 'of paving-to; Deer Park-in order opens In due form throughout the railway and express companies, a* morning charging one. Ernest
I "Jfcf"*! been scheduled and. the manLjfeiment he and his .famll,.. a wife and three that by' the time Brevard'countyflntshes state and there are many,, [ is" confident of being able children' were left'' destitute. her' portion ,of'the highway sportsmenwhose i preparations have liable.* "" !inmate of the'county Jail finder a
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I "w care for as high a number as ten On Sunday and wince that time there will be .no break, in the com- been underway for weeks' and are '. It"is declared Jthat- Georcla'haa, charge Of theft with assault to commit .
Ii, thousand people should that many Glrf fin- has been up 'a subscription plete !road from Kissimmee to Melbourne now fully completed.. While' there had some disease attacking the sweet murder and the probable 'out.
I. present themselves upon the day and in his own behalf to see .' That, .Brevard means business are to be found the usual game hogs potato, and it is the ;desire of the come of the case'' will be to rid this
f, date scheduled. The affair' la being what could be' done to secure funds In this matter may be determined there are still to be ;found those who Florida authorities to keep that disease city for an extended time of'a 'character ..
I planned for the purpose of a get-to-. towards building another 'house upon by the following clipping from are anxious that all laws be obeyed i out of this state. In conse* ,who has proved a .nuisance),, for
I ether, gathering where' the thou- the site of the ruins. Few have the latest issue of the Titusville Star and that every legal'step possible i iuence.ad) shipments of :sweet: potatoes some' months ,
I ,(glands from this city and I the surI refused .to. give-yet it'ia not expected Advocate:' ,-, shall be taken In order to prevent the :are allowed to t ibe brought into The assault made upon :'Deputysheriff -
rounding towns ''and cities and all that-he will collect sufficient to l Wednesday' afternoon' the bid wiping; out of the many wild flesh Florida unless the same have beenproperli' "Bob-Campbell on Fridaywas
I throughout this county and the ad. cover:hia loss which "estimated at of. Evert P. Maule; to furnish all <, and fowl: A, real'' sportsman' is not fumigated >- or whatever a'moit brutal affair and but.for'
I joining counties may meet and, have $1300. It would be a most cbrilltian. labor'and material for' the completlon greedy I- and the majority'of them may have to be done to".r dint. all quick work upon.the part'' of the official .
I 'la !general good time like act for the carpenters in Kis ''of, the .-MelboumeKls..Immee In'' Florida 'declare that' the laws' are symptoms" of that 'complaint-and would have.re'tulted in a fractured .
I The date selected for this affair is simmee, when there shall be enough road in Brevard county not"sufficiently strict. '. have ,been'passed upon by those, in skull for..Mr. Campbell and the
I Saturday, December S.. Saturday is collected to pay: for, the' lumber, to (15 miles for$119,582.60 was Here are a few ,pointers which may the proper offices sorgiais at'ore- release of a. man ,who has had a
|, 4lo' a large number a sort of a holiM4ay. gather there and give the man about accepted.jubject to the approval prove valuable those ,who propose seat in hard lines, and stuff is being checkered but. successful career iaKissimmee.
[ ." It lion that day that a vast three days' work-free of all charge. of the state road department.The 10 i spend any amount- ef' time ffc. sent out of the state at prices whichare ,
I number visit"their' trading centre and Without 'doubt there are enough in road is to have a 6-inch quest' of game: discouraging; but in. no way must ,, At five-thirty Friday evening when
I make their purchases for the ensuing the city, to,come very near completing surface nine feet wide one coat Persons residing In a county for this condition allow anything disad 1 the deputy carried_ to.the
| week. It is on' that day there. his home in three days-if' all of oil, with' three feet shoulders; twelvemonths 'may- obtain a resident, vantageous'to the'farmera of FlorIda prisoners be unlocked supper the 'door, of

I fore the promotor of this great feedfest would agree to this. It has been Contractor agreesto accept time county license permitting hunting in and Osceola'county. to be, brought Wlldman's.'cell in order,.to' take in
[ known barbecue cities and would be warrants authorized the legislature that' county alone for $1.25. y
-commonly as a done in other -- a by about. the meal as is his custom. No soon
[ -feeli. that there will be the trood'publicity stunt for Kissimmee. ia payment.. Persona residing In a county for And this is why the prosecuting er hadiieientered j the.'cell than h. '
greater number with sufficient the city declares that This means that the eastern end of 12 months may obtain a license to "
sparejDlme Everyone in attorney .of ''Osceola county is going was attacked by Wildman who was-:'%... ,
I to make the barbecue grounds Griffin is worthy of assistance this road which ,has ''been so long In hunt in another 'county for $3.&'V M i adopt: stringent- steps, regarding armed .with i a heavy'window-weight ,
I heir mecca.' The invitation is not the making will be put through in 1 Non-residents may obtain a hunt. the\Importation ;of sweet ,.potatoes. which he had worked from' one of the e
'.nly extended to the residents) of Os L- E. -Slocum, formerly' of KU- record time. It may oe said that if : license for $.25 good for hunting This county grows as fine potatoesof casings who endeavored to brie .
.ceola county but to all adjoining simmee but now engaged in the realty the road shall be built as well as only in the- county in which it is .is. this sort as any state-and there weapon down with crushing force
'counties and from far business in Orlando was greetingsome been built the roads in Palm. sued. ,
as away as have i. 'a good supply Call for. "home. upon the skull of ,.the Jailer. ,For-
S "the visitors may care to come. of his old friends here on Tues- Beach county by this contractor : Licenses are good only during the grown sweet potatoes:?-and help the tunately. the officer" saw the blow

Hammock Grove that beautiful day. _ _ _ _ Brevard county will have no cause toregret'its open season allowed by law and in local growers.- .. coming and' partially evaded.the
spot just outside the city limits on contract. Of this class of the counties in which issued. force, of it. './The- iron :struck him
the paved road to Saint Cloud has road the Star Advocate says: Open season for wild turkey quail with: severe" i force, however, and his
vmbeen: settled upon as the one logical THE MAYOR'S COURT It is an easily proven fact that turtle dove swans, coots sand pijers GEORGIANS TO COME head and facet were) J covered"'
1 locality in which to best hold suchan highways paved with Maule's curlews, snipe, and plover November blood.as he grappled,with his assailant '
affair. Here is a beautiful spot Ojus rock do not become "wash 29 to February 15, inclusive, ", -
and it '' .+;
\I was only 1 through *
and although the place was largely AIDS CITY FINANCE board" or "corduroy" road, and fixed penalty for' filled with undergrowth it was realized Maule's Ojus rock is hard and inch birds out of season is not less that.. he finally succeeded .in.handling
that the' proper application of tough and more than 75 percentof lhan' $20 ,and not more than $500 Wildman in a that:'he could
the clean-up spirit would soon make SPOTLIGHTS BARRED quarry-run and crusherrockis or by imprisonment for not more : safely lock him way'back in the cell. tl
the place presentable. In thin tract %-inch and larger in ..Ize. than six months. John L. Overstreet. clerk"of the
ten thousand can be cared for andJ'JJb' The true teat of a paving ma- Open ,season for pheasant November
courts was putting hid books
then have for several thousand terial la the life of 'the 20 to December 20 'I away
rDiaturbiar $25.
room Boys Arrested Tie pavementof : penalty Will Expect T. Be Skew f.su.ma preparatory to closing his office
more and the entire area is fast which it is built. No trasnare;' dead-rail, scaffold when he heard
::J" taking itself a new Peace Traffic Ordinance Cans Practically all the best roads cage salt-lick blind baited and hs Eavirensmeats and some of the disturbance
upon appearance. pen> Iaf'I ,on 'the floor, below:and started ;'
'I
.;; ._ The ,best meats obtainable have Many Arrests of Offenders' and streets on the east coast are hook. baited field, or any similar device ed Abort Highways I to see if aid was ,needed. II. was
been bargained for:"" Henry Partin built of..Maule's Ojus rock..None or: any drug, poison chemical er I met the ''weak
+ by deputy, from loss
and C. A. Stroub having undertaken Six boys who should;f have known have worn out. explosives-may-' used for-'the, purpose The .Atlanta. .Automobile Club U of .blood who_briefly told of th.'saIsaultand .. '
to furnish just that particular sort: better than to offend the public-were Upon the rapidity with which this of 1 killing, injuring 'or capturing very anxious to route all comerlntolFlorida ] Mr.; Over street 'at -r "
here is no doubt of tho excellenceC in the mayor's court on Saturday 'because entire highway is completed depends birds or animals protected by the through that city a most ,summoned the city police and] ;; nc< ;
a phY
C stock as James Miller, Harry of offenses committed on 'the much business of three cities duringthe game laws of this state; penalty $50. laudable ambition. As one of the In., police saw, to it that ,
'. Hudson and E. G. Vans Agnew willform eve of Armistice Day. They had between dark of end is i,I The
.' coming season-Melbourne, Saint Hunting one day centives t* that the club plan-].I.Wlldhnin "safely in his
was secured
the committee that will select been exploding crackers and fireworks Cloud, and Kissimmee as well as and daylight -another, day U.''prohibited nine the issuance) of a road map"'Of! the physician to ;
.. the best of the specimens offered. unde/ tM feet of passersby in the business of both the east and west ; !"penalty $25. Florida -and the states adjoining'[''diagnose, the suffered proceeded
These men are posted on stock and business section of the city and coasts. Possibly Kissimmee will be Open season for turkey and deer Florida-which will be complete in I 'injuries "by;the

,- those who attend this coming barbecue frightening women by their actions the greatest beneficiary during the November 20 to February, 15; penalty every detail and which will also I deputy.}.fr.'Campbell was'on.the' street '
on
may rest assured that there will -and when driven' off that thoroughfare season-as the new road will appealto ,$50. carry a fund of information which. carefully
be no imperfect beeves served to the had gone to Bermuda he north and south-bound traffic Open )(ea.on for squirrels, November win be.found most helpful to the au. i thankful Saturday,'that'' the ;.blow bandaged struck-j.was but. 4'
thousands who will be t.) ere. And avenue where they .tormented a negro In addition to the heavy 'volume' of.. 20 -to' February 16; penalty $2fn-: tofct.J. .- but 'glancing and lie immed1' '
John Seaman has beenengaged to ; merchant by their actions. When travel between the two coasts. Limit-One deer two turkeys, 20 : li.i Woodbeck secretary of the 'lately one; "
.- make the great boilers ,of coffee Morris Wilcox.. Allen Stockdale Elmer Osceola county must not "fall I quail and 25 other birds in one day. Chamber. of Commerce of Kfasim- :;bit assailant swore out a wirrant'against.... ;
and those who have tasted of hisJkjr.brew Schweikart Donald McKay Arthur down" on the proposition of comleting. Party of three, two deer and five mee,. is in receipt of a communication (;reputation here.Rofi.1'tI bears a bad

of coffee realize there' can be Donegan and Bob Buckles were her portion of the road.There turkeys; penalty. for excedlrig, this,. from that club signed by FrankW. ''for a few days as solicitor'was none better. Of course, meat and .haled before the court on Saturday has been some talk regarding $50. Jarrell secretary announcing '
'* coffee will not form ,the entire menu i .morning they admitted to Judge May pledges to take up the time warrants Limit for season, one person--Two that there is now on the way toFlol'lda and succeeded his in other 'escapades. ;,
-for 'there will be vast quantities of that they had done this act-but --and there has been mentioned deer five turkeys, 800 'of any other I a group of. men who will 1 which he retained.' He scuring has been mODe.: )-1-

other\ edibles given out with lavishk.hands. "pleaded innocence of any wrong"The some hesitency upon the part of a game bird species; penalty $500.four look over all principal' in' the ,,court several times ,It is asserted*. <
judge reprimanded them and few who have agreed to purchase .... :... stat;and will give a certain amountof but each ,
: time has
succeeded in
there'willbe none'of the fixed the fine of each at one dollar con--
I& And" dis- 4
because '
thJe) paper merely there had publicity which will prove valuable wincing the authorities that he'wael ,
.
order that is so common occasions pending good behavior. been "for .their manufactured\ article '
upon expressed a fear that the work to each city mentioned. The
of this 'sort. There will be no At the same session of the court might, stop ..,befo.'completion. ThereIs Until the> war we refused to play thegame. communication states that the group guiltless; and he has held several
wild scramble the -Viands L. 11. Ingram'entered of guilty .. Until then we were rightly situations, it Is also declared, ,for a,
ff y for none a plea but' one way in which to> preventa will visit Kissimmee-and, It i. expected brief time. < "'
f the waste which frequently follows to violating the traffic ordinanceand continuance of this work and described ask huge stevadore load that the Chamber of Com* ." >.
the serving of food; for there paid j a fine of $16;"Vernon Por- that is to stop taking the warrantsas' ing upon foreign ships crude and merce will take esecial efforts to look Rogers was :for a time,in the W
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will be long tables which will serve i ter entered a plea of guilty ,, to running had been agreed upon.' If, each semi crude materials, the heritageof : after the visitors) ploy of. 'Aad" Montgomery who sas):
the'various foods on the same plan i a ear minus a tail light and paid investor interested iir the progress the-.lfel., with only enough of labor There have been numerous map the -man, was, "so 'awful crooked tie
,as adopted in a cafeteria-the person i a fine of one dollar; Coleman Stacey, of the road will immediately carryout in them to get them on ship and logs of the state-published.at; from couldn't walk straight His ,_ stole
passing along by the great mass off Joe Miller J. B. Cannon L. B. Tyree.. the pledges the work will continue board. They were sent to Euro- frequent intervals-but none of them me right and left and if' I
eatables and each in turn taking C. W. Chemmlng, A.. J.. Prince and in the most economical way; factories their materi' have completely filled the bill. Many hadn't fired him and taken the ,keyshe'd
what may be required or being helped S. S. Joy each :forfeited a bind often if work must cease, even temporarily ale., of' these have been replete'' with errors have had the press stolen witi-,
by the waiters who will ,be on the i dollars for violating the traffic there 'will be a sad break In the sent the world over as highly finished I la this coming map and log in a short time. I hope' this time he
opposite side of the table.: Such a i ordinance. present systemization that will European prJuets. In 1906 I it .would be well for those in charge will 'get; ,ai! long term:In the pen-t
.. 611lazl will save any struggling and I At the Monday.session of the court prove expensive in both time and we boasted 'of $1,087,000,000 of manufactured to. place the cross-state Kissimmee- for h. isn't the class of men we wantIn '

rioting, and any wastefulness) of the, i Jim 'Rouse pleaded guilty of being, money. .exports.J>nt6i: %_of,.these; Melbourne .road.as pleted"-be. 4
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1 food Itself. r drunk and disorderly and a fine of "manufactured" were of such crude j. cause of the fact that the contract\- .
I There will be music by a band. $10 and costs ($1) was fixed with an ONLY POUR RECOGNIZED materials as flour,meat hides, lumber has already been placed for the completion ously pressed'by the deputy'-fwith'
There will be speaking by several alternative of fifteen days in jail.J. MANUFACTURING NATIONSOF ,bar copper mineral oils, andiron.In of the Brevard county section excellent. chances for'conviction.. :
';;; getalkers, and it I. hoped that T. Childers pleaded guilty to the 1909 66% were of this and work is progressing on the ;
.--Governor Cary A. Hard_ will accept t same charge and his fine wan fixed at WORLD PROMINENCEThe The steer exported alive Claaracter'l incom feted portion of the mileage in those driven properly had the, ant-
*the invitation which' has been ten- $15'and costs ($1)) or fifteen days in ricultural product; cut in four he was Osceola county. gins run them down." It costs a eon '
"' tiered and allow more people, to see jail. L. P. Childers_ pleaded not Fair Tariff League of Racine representative of the bulk of American ,siderable sum to have the 'fir ,d.-: ""
him and hear him. L. M. Rhodes of guilty to "fighting and striking"but Wisconsin;,:: has issued extensive circulars "manufactured"-exports. .. I NiED'OVCAUSnCWOR partment make-a-run -and 'the1 men; 4
L 'the 'state marketing bureau and 'Dr. was found guilty on the evidence regarding international com- We shipped cotton abroad at lie :should be" given full freedom. ', 'In, ,,:
[ A;' J. ITolt'of .Arcadia are sure to and' was fined $25 and costs ($1.50) 1 petiton from which the following per pound; and bought it back sea REGARDING" AUTOMOBILES i place of that fully'one hundred ears)
[I ''be present and eachwill, deliver-addresses or thirty days (in jail. extract is taken: ; high as $"'0 per pound in fine fabrics; .FOLLOWING FIRE{,(TRUCK I wills start Immediately the whistle .
1 ; while a number of good I 3* W. Harris, L. A. Jannigan{ ; andIi. I' Congress must not make the cost bar iron at IKc per pound coming I sounds-"to beat the department.' 1
f- ..peakers'ofIoc.l' fame and ot'more C Gaskins. all chargd with''violation of living, higher, It must not at thesame I back as instruments at $2..50. There It i la strictly aKainstthe.fitjr; ,ordinance Itmay be_possible-they: do beatjt,r
[, ...-than local ability will i of the traffic ordinance, each time, declare against price-fix- .were admirable exceptions like sewing for automobiles or any.vehicles .yet it is so often done at the expense) :
L oHlAIatform and address the multitudes i forfeited a ten dollar" bond; 'while Ing by anti-trust laws, and by the machines machinery and shoes. to follow up the fire departmentwhen :'of, a delay to the department' that*
[ r 'upon matters vitally important to,, Jesse Bowen entered a plea of guilty .lImlnation' foreign* competition The war taught us finer methods an alarm is rung in, or to in all contests should be abolished; '.
I each and all orthem: --- to the'same-charge, bat-produced 'ex- careleaslyoffer billions- of dollars- to of production. The world invites us. any way embarrass the departmentin I The cars blocking; the highway' in
.
I And listens;, there is going to be a 1 tenuating circumstances and was dis manufacturers ss "premium" for lOur foremost {captains of "industry ifcrworkr'Every-time-theiw- -is'a- anymannershouldeitherlosevaaocasional *"-
I. '"Baby show-a real honest-to-An- i charged. price-fixing. Congress must keep i shown us, the way to world fire there are to be found many careless wheel or so byway; 'of,, r
l <,.. nte baby show at which boasting out of the price-fixing business. I markets. Our industrial apacity individuals heed to I's gentle hint, or the driver should '. .
I i"A\nothers may show the fine points of I, The hunting season commences on Competition used to be the protector is so great that it will be a* fourthto the law-and an evidence of this ,be arrested and fined in no 'tender +
[ !f\f,little Juliet or Romeo, and thereby I Sunday. of the consumer. As competition 1 a third idle without great foreign statement might have been noticed at manner. Condition. at the fire last;
I win some pretty razes. There are diminishes, -disappears, the I trade. Our $18,000,000,000 of foreign the fire on Saturday. Regardless of : Saturday were Such that each of the
I also being planned sports of various WHO'S WHO 1N KISSIMMEEEither consumer becomes the victim qf excessive i credits which Europe wants to the need of the full-rfeht-of-the-road firemen on the truck ran the risk. of

I kinds at which prices will' be given: Lewis O'Bryan or Milton duties and not the beneficiary I pay us, cannot be collected otherwise which the fire department has overall severe accident which would, have
I ,rand a prize will be awarded the PI edjffr- is in' Jacksonville this week as contemplated as the sole ultimate than by exchange of commodities.It streets there were cars 'in the cost the city a round sum-and the e
[ oldest settler in Osceola county-and nil splendidly panoplied in justification of protection.The 'I is for us to'' make the terms as rough narrow road named Bermuda 1 truck Itself was subjected to such'severe -.
garments
.:v: 'another prize will be awarded the befitting a member of the governor's farming population of about every nation does 'for importationinto avenue which seemingly made no attempt I strains to avoid collisions I that' ,, ,
1: oldest "Tin Can..Tourist" on the staff and overseeing the fair now In six million persons, are getting wise I our markets. It is for us .to use to clear the road for the engine it was"but miracle it was not dam-
" grounds. There will prizes session. One of the' dailies in Jacksonville to the tariff. Six months' ago some as not abusing, protection to our -and the driver was forced to apd. '
; for the best float in the pare which published a fine series of of them thought that they could raise standards of livings ,to exprel" courageously take to the ditch going at rapid speedan
from this city while it; is photos embracing Governor Cary 'A. their prices to almost any height, such enlightened self-in act that was especiallydanger THE GAZETTE IS, COMPLIMENTED,
Qtpected that there will I be manydecoratedcardinthrumsparade Ilardee and his aides-de-comfort.- as: some manufacturers have done I terest as underlies relations either 1 ous both to the machine and the men J.lm'--. ; '
The
by simply having rates written in atar1ft' Valley Gasett*
cordial or profitable between nationsas : -.or collide with the cars.
some hook or"crook the of the
photo bill. tried this in the sent several copies of It* recent lawsues
The entire entertainment and bar- Kissimmee contingent Lewis They. between individual; and to make I Drivers of automobiles should bear s
O'Bry ''
".1 becue,is under the direction of D. M. an, stood out boldly ,and correctly emergency tariff, and all their prices I trade everywhere as easy as safety I 'In mind that any injury which, maybe hundred to Gainesville and ,where there-entrie were'one ,
twenty-flv ,
promptly declined. find *
They now -
- -
( of'the permits. brought by the fire engine can
receive
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but' below it'was named "Milton I y'
1 in the f
andweekly'papers.
enterprise-couplwith themselves accepting of necessity 80c a contest of state daily
a host no redress from the department j
Pledger. Just: how the prosecuting .
..assistants. Mr. Boyte has issued attorney of Osceola county worked per' bushel returns on wheat sent HELP FOR THE GROWERSThe of the city If the engine crashes into No'ec1aI" effortswere
abroad and when they take the SOc I made to prepare samplesthepapers
a multitude of posters announcing a car-this does not applyto the
his scheme has not' been made
: r|,this fact which he is distributing in -but that strong vocal public duel to the store they say.it brings about announcement has just .been cars that are parked' in legitimate sent were' merely the'' usual, r
V rumors) 60c. In .other ,words the American run. In' the) seven best 'weeklies'' lathe
officially made that within the next
; 'every place within a hundred mileiof'Kissimmee. wUl' be plac.the repair-bill goes to the
the
future
' on tap"in. near arevel'J" farmer'sells his'crops in state were named the Fort Pierre
.. .. foreign ten days there 'will be a reduction In owner of the car; he had no business '
NTaken as-a whole'tlib,.promises to t "''strong countries at the lowest prices in the the freight-rates upon all foods-. "backing out of parking" when' the News'-Tribune,- the Wauchnla Advo* ;
>,/iiffba< the 'greatest'affair. 'of the kind .Drire ,Tarearsi Fryts T.r..t. world,.whichr,. prices are the, inter.. which reduction'wtllinclude the.J'a* i engine was ,Oft, the run, nor had he ate the Lake Wale,,, highlander
,that hasever, : been. put ,on in_Osceola ,- ' ---- national value of his"products: but upon citrus fruit Thisiwillv.be; a any business-; follow or precede the The .Kissimmee Valley Gazette 'theSarasota '
'1-.. county. ; '.. ,,. '"' ". 't:;;MJr:1and) rMrs,'*:W.J.T Ross arrived when 'he'collects;for hu crops,from step to aid r the -growers: of Florida engine on the .way to.the..scene of the Times,'"the Leesburg j Com a
. 'r'' in Ktssimmee on';Sunday, followinga.v.rypl.a.aatsatomobletour these foreign eountriekOand comes who.Just now are suffering'from the fire The" drivers', appear"to .'thlDk'that mercialand tbgrCocoa Tribunej ; '
it S. TO OaLANDO.FO. OPERATION, from to" purchase, his necessarymanufactured' heavy loss;In:that,crop caused by the : ''toe-driver- 'the-an gin*;,Would. :DANaNG.A ; DAVENPORT
' Julia ,,---- \taken-in'' / ':rMon-Ii.t theirjiomt far"Toronto-in, which they goodS under 1 the system ,of severe. storm ota few weeks ago. bYI.nopaeana, rttllltU,frith-jtiim, Mat, ,,, ,..,
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t)1" was had ,wita 'tiresthat'they excessive' tariff/rates: the 'value of :
jsuch :xoUentitlnclc : 1 torn* day, someone XU-going- toilearn : .There. will be,a'splendid-dane* at
;;) day;svsning.4 and 'this. following ldaT brooght four .of them filled his-money; ts cut: fully thirds' :rLeo'. H.< Wilson;,'ollftty 'agent\\ announces that'an,automobile la ilk a> peanut-i Holleywood Inn,. Davenport,"om 1 )
'*ws taken, to Orlando where an operatiou withv; Canadian air.. This estimable There '..re;lovr''lTeat" manufactur that the county now has : shell LunderUhal heel of, a..fat Thanksgiving Thursday)'' ,e vninglto >,
; for appendicitis, was held. Her and affable pair are"nicely,ensconced lag nations'of the world' England plenty, of; cattle dip, previously\,' referred and;nothing.more. _ which the public is invited ,Muslai, .
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condition"for-a time was serious but in their home at '901 'and France, Germany and' the. United to being him : In 1DaD-1' k, ,
as ,the) ran of- Jut Saturday; will b.furnished by. the Kisinn .; ;
I N o r; 7,- 'later, accounts' state"* the. 'patient, is.rertn are meeting their'-many friends. Staes.' Outside-of'these I nations an withoutprofit. ,. Stockmen sbouI4. get' were1 several instance of, Orchestra. ,Ticket will b* $1. 0 ff; 'M,

> .- .*;;easier-- .- 1.500,000,000.'S ,souls .I lookfng)to: these, ,l:in\.touch.': ,'withMr.- - "Wilson- .! I' .drivers_and.fit-. would); haver "aerved I C9'1pI.- -, -'i ':- >-*T"' ;...-.. I .
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\ APPRECIATION "CARD. REPUTABLE PRINf-SrloPS{ SUNDAY COMMUNITY'MNfcPOSTPOtfED 4 SHOES SHOES SHfes( "
r. ,, ,. SHOES SHOES SHOES H- SHOES .
: l INN 1\ .wish to extend-thanks t o the- mal1l'w'o 'USE .THE FRANKLIN. ,;.LIST .. TILL.MONDAY J.

\; hive beeq ao thoughtful and The i Gazette in common'.with'more, SO." JEFF. WALL.MAY LEAD '
kind late herre
to wlfe..dunnc
: ,:,FORMERLY HOTEL MANHATTAN cent Illness my-as well to those who offered than ten thous.ndof..the best print! The' community sings whch\! \\ have i
,e', J. D. NEWBY, JR.. help in every way when the sac ing offices in the United States uses been held at, the.. -Methodist church
_ u l, .---.w:.i,4 end came., She herself was most the Franklin Printing' Price List each Sunday afternoon at four ,
apprcciatve of an those acts,and for This list is compiled by, the Porte o'clock have, enjoyedlarge, attendances S. .fJJES.J ,1J
-- Sunday Dinners her do I take this means of thanking Publishing Company,. of Salt Lake ," ,and nave proved ,molt Inter- '
.11"rorth.klndne". "-'shown City- .Utah iwhich employ< large eltlne.The session /or'' the coming :J ).
'Sevellt1-)1ve Cents per Plates ,MASON SKINNER. number of cost finding expertsfront. Sunday however i i has been> dropped, o I I
"r data furnished them by printing offices and in its stem the entertainmentwill X
1'i i 666 sorer BIB.. P ear. over all the United States, and take, place ''In' "the' Methodiit ,
..." ". SPECUTL' MENU FOB 'THANKSGIVING tl.e' pricer contained therein' are recommended church. ,Monday 'evening' .' at seven* I, AT r ,
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be low be '
'v to as as can
thirty.
TO OPEN PLUMBING SHOP j
4; % ,. i made with safety. The change bas/been madelstthe! :J Fa J,'
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1 G. L. Batchelbr has; leased These lists are leased knot( sold) Instance > '
r' a por of Jeff .Wall, 'who was' Jn
BaAst Turkey with Oyster+ Dressing I don'of the rear of the W., B. Makin- to printing offices and others who Klssimmee on Tuesday-coming from Unheard of Prices
4, r+ 1! Served. with Cranberry Sherbet\ son hardware store where h. will wish to .Use them at $20 per year, Haines Cityto greet ,some of his ,
Mashed Potatoes conduct what may be termed a,"reg- and are subject to recall at' any-time; former friends; It was then suggested ,\j
sf" "' Candied ,Sweet --Potatoes lar plumbing shop",and will carryIn the, Porte i Company is notified that I that he'should take an evening . y .
'i ? stock all things needed for the installation they are. being used for any object ,from bll 'work.t that,place =
rky, Cream d ',Gree "P' as* and ,r completion of everything other than the honest. and legitimate spend the hourswith. the eof 23i We Have Deduced Prices' 0" J.
r i Celery' ,. , ,Rice! ;aJong that line. The firm will purpose of obtaining the right< priceto I Klulmmend he ?promptly endorsed -
also .make specialty of looking after be-'charged for any given piece of I the idea. *
;: Mixed.Sweet Pickles a He suggested that Still Lower I -
,of. all kinds. printing, .It 'guarantees''the'' I I', li'I'J
t-- Salad Fried repair printer on .Monday evening next the sing
.Vegetable Eggplant . .' .
---- -- - --- ---- -- fair price for hiswork .which should be
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Hot Light -- --- must be of the. highest' the
; standard .would take of '
charge
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event as he
"Corn.Bread White Bread I J company reserves the right to order did during the tent meetings. OJ*i Il..uI. .7 C I' j
p' Grape Jelly Guava Jelly any job which is not up to.stand- Singers of all denominations are r

,,1 ; ' :Plum Pudding -. ;MInce Pie I' ard the printer to be reprinted at the 'expense of pleasedthe music once more Mr. Wall will 1 I I ,
and there
i Chocolate .Cake White Cake The lists are I furniahed in loose, evidence that:on-Monday .venillg"is every the 1 rA: 'It
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,"gk.c Coffee Iced Tea_ leaf form and every'time there is a Methodist church will be thronged SHOESWe \
change Inthe price of paper, laboror with an audience that will test its 1 '{
Service from twelve to two any other expense in turning .put capacity. The invitation is freely ,I,
Per plate--_1.00 work new leaves are 'furnished "with extended to all singers 'and to all '
higher or lower prices, as conditions who enjoy music to be present on the I' ( :'
y : paring the -hours vocal music may justify. At least, ninety percentof coming occasion. It should be borne are making these still lower, prices. t. L { :
dining
the beet printing offices in Florida in mind that there will be no gathering ,,
will be rendered by Mrs. H. A. Zurn; have adopted this list on Sunday afternoon. reduce our stock, because1' the fact o t t '"
,+ k' 'accompanied by Mrs. R. G.. Minick Prior to the issuance of this list as t
few if any printers knew :whether Rusty nail wounds, festering sores i we plan to move all of our goods ? ) i
. .. they were making or losing moneyon burns and scalds heal rapidly when ,
V, I any job. With the 200,000 or Liquid Borozone is appllud. It Is J into one room. fA ;
s AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE'' more dollars derived from the lease both' antiseptic and healta*. Price, 53o .
w WE I of these lists, the Porte Company SOc, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by J. Z. It"berson. g. :
WRITE 11'IGIIT'' has been enabled to'employ the bestaccountants ee rn + c: rf
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rW VIRGINIA and cost-finding expertsin BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED .i.ic t : fi fiJ
7lare" the country and when it sends ,
A. M. CILLIAM & COMPANY
' : BURLEY out prices it knows they are right. FROM OVER THE STATE
Notab1ea
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA TURKISH Before the advent of the Franklin J We carry no poor, shopworn, cast-aside or c
k The in the
\ list there w.s. wide variance of agent charge of fruit
b The three greatest* prices by. the various offices on the growers express at Okeechobee estimates 33n cheap stuck. OurSHOES r: .: i
that about four hundred
tobaccos same class of work. This was be-
c'jjfarottc
cause they were all "gusesing," and cars of citrus fruit and truck com- \ I ,s :
bfeiding MILDNESS- each printer was afraid to charge bined will be moved from Okeechobee "
,BASSCONSTRUCTION' M J what he thought the work was this season. A handsome increase{ tn vS :
worth. If he found he had lost on over last year. 3 .
one job he would try. to make It up 33 : <1

COMPANY oneelevencigarettes done on another.away with This guess list has work absolutely and all chobee The long county standing to Saint debt Lucle of county Okee- i were bought on the best market..-but we 1 ''f j

y .to- honest who use it and wish to be made when the county of Okeechobee overstocked: now we are giving our 1 1 t tx :
was organized and which wasthe
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1 :. no hesitancy in quoting 3O
rt I the prices which it contains. share of the original SaimX; Lu- customers the advantage that can g 1':
PHONE 117 cie .
Throughout the United States the county school indebtedness has t;: ,\\Iit, \
iQforlS* majority of reputable printing' houses been settled by the issuance of interest tid not be obtained elsewhere. 'r''?' ''i
,, Practical.Contractors have adopted the Franklin list bearing coupon warrants from I t r.C .
and so excellent is the system andso Okeechobee county. There are thir- rAW : t
' teen such warrants of the value of ,
and Builders correct the figures that entire
; and ... *M>00 each. O 4 '
states counties awarding pub- __ ;
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-j 'I .f. -zznfftlr lic printing with the understanding The new ice manufacturing plantat 3I c ';'' <;
that Franklin prices are to be main- New Smyrna established by the I
+ '\ Structures of All Kinds tained. Nothing better or fairer for East Coast Milling' Company at its Don't miss this chance to save money L i :
both producer and consumer has yet sawmill and planning plant west of S3o
t been devised. the city limits is now completed and and a lot of it on every pair you buy. o ; ,

a WOOD. ,. BRICK, STONE, STEEL, the delivery of. ice about the city has s1S30HS '

i :' .s STUCCO Hours: 9 a.r.to 12 M; 7 to 9 pi m. Wouldn't Exchange With started. 8I I H. C. STANFORD CO. !}

-.- If the bowels do. not act regularly :
: Pabtinr KISSIMMEE Millionaire ] assist them with an occasional 2o
: TintiBf, Paper-HanfiBf dose of Herbine. It is a fine bowel' Qriginators of Low Prices" c ".t:, f fI
ETerjrtkbf ia.,the Building Line BUSINESS COLLEGE: "After five years of suffering with tonic and laxative. Price COci Sold by ti
-. stomach trouble I think I know. all J. Z. Roberson. .* sr f h
-'i about I 1
it. But thanks to Mayr's
Merchants and Farmers Bank
N. f. BASS JACK: BASS Wonderful. Remedy, I.m enjoying The chisel was a perfected tool
322,Royal. St: SIS Spronle Are.' Building, Klssimmee, Florida good health again. .I know ft a millionaire 2500 years ago when it was made of S30HS S30HS S30HS S30HS S3OH: S38HS '
who is bad with stom- bronze:
I ach trouble but very he won't take any _._ _. _ "_ .. _ __ ., _." _h .__ -, _ ___

t JAMBS-. MacdLASHAN:, Principal. patent medicine._ In his present" condition b04'0..oooooo..o..o.. oo.o..oo.o. oo.o..oo..oooooo.o.ooooo..oo.. ..o o..oo. ''vt
I wouldn't exchange with p
Commercial Department, him." It is a simple harmless prep- -
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L"U"'MDE' R aration that removes the catarrhal *
I t' - ., ,. ., ;.:Dl1ta; B. HILTON; : ; mucus from the intestinal tract and
Stenog-r pbyiindTyp"wrlting, practically all stomach,' liver and In.
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f+ ;'l' ' : '" I'':: ,''r' .:\ ir'A ',11' ) \; ;! ; "Rw''tiEvening '|;: testinal ailments, including appendi

;\'{ }1)J I FOR 1:EVERY "'' -'4' /', hl.,):", :1I", : -.. """'fl., A't'\I"{JIA.:''lI"...,,.!. ey citis., refunded.. One dose will J. Z.convince.Roberton'or,mon-and WOOD HEATERSWe

..Classes' 'StartMonday, .
druggists everywhere.
t Building, Purpose October 8, running on Monday
b I'I'.w Wednesday and Friday TEA ROOM OPEN
.' ,'have'the stock 'and the grade at -
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,+ Jhe ,fight.:'price. We will cheerfully Under the management of Miss s
Orpha Rose and her brother Glenn are showing a good line of Cole's Air T
*I"i. furnish estimates; Hose, there is to be conducted at the

OODWARO=DUMBER,1. .-COMP'NYV JESSIE D. KLEINMAN Park,Tea Hotel Room"what which will will be known quickly] as--the..be _ light-Heaters. Cole's Heaters.all have___.the_ ;

.' ' . Copying Stenographic Work Things recognized to Eat.as "The Miss Home Rose of is Good an nickled screw air regulator below. and the '' fl' ;
.' adept at devising dainties and she
1hClUal4.d
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of 253. State Bank Building
*<}a ett.jrlv*splendid service. The.. Phone mer will,be who assisted is recognized by Mrs. W.throughout H. far damper above, assuring low fuel consumption i

'" .. ,, iissimmee and the surrounding and plenty of heat when desired "
country as being second to none as a ever
." caterer of ability.. The: management \
will serMe regular mea.ls--and will '
also have special dinners on Sundays :
: j'1K White md for the appoaching Thanksgiving .
i Barbershop"vNouL ; and short orders at nearly any
hourof the day.will be provided.
; Miss Rose will also make a specialty OIL HEATERS
of waffles-which are so greatly enjoyed 4
: by many and which have not

: Open ,For Business -- > nserved In this citjr: :=and itis_ be- '
- '-'- -"--' '-Perfection Heater- is--a- -
lievedtliatupon this service alone No; 6.30 > beauty --' -
will come a patronage which will be '
r most pleasing, The Park Hotel TeaRoom Blue enamel drum pickle plated trimmings
*X { W." Claim i to Now Conduct is already open and caring for ;

I, THE, MOST ATTRACTIVE BARBERSHOP >atrons. leaded steel fount, automatic oil indicator. :

666 earns Chills and Fever.
Ec IN OSCEOLA COUNTY

EAST COAST NOW FREE .
1? -I . : Come In And Let U. Prove It ;
OF(DESPERADO FAMILY:

) R ASHLEY BOYS.DROWNEDFor ELECTRIC HEATERS
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many the lower east ,
,,' 'NEWLY FINISHED AND DECORATED coast ways by has a been bunch troubled of,desperadoes in divers We sell the Hot.Point "Edison" Electric Heat. '

.' cated in the vicinity of Hobe Sound .
and extending'.their -operations both er. They stand 18 have large .
,. to the south and to the north.
1 '., CLEAN BATHS AND THE BEST OF SERVICE plated
'." John Ashley, who murdered an Indian reflector heavily removable
I ;'01' \'. in the Everglades: and was copper ,

y 4 '1':" .9.1:. H' 1l3P no free one for had a number the temerity of years' to because arrest guard, cool ebonized J handle. and screw base *' r;

; : him, is reported to have been

.. "THE, 'WHlfEBAhBERSHOP" from drowned'the at'stets.se.'after'prison having, farm escaped and heating .unit.; These heaters are ideal_ for' the.

, now special dispatch from "
i a Daytona
bathroom bedroom where
r E.,L". ENNELL Proprietor tells of the drowning during the.recent or any place a /4
hurricane of Ed and Frank
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"a' .,. : -. .. .. ., -. .. .. .' . .. .. ." . .'. edit''aaidto: :. jettison' part of their '

.';.1' i., .." t" ., ... ..... .# ,." ... .,"' ... cargo heavy,,. ,seas.they'until.ran the ahead,craft on,swamped.into' the K'Wi w+v. + ,,

If,yobr,.bowels I "
j'.91ThADO-: ,-. 'FLORIDAerosat : ,,':yoq feel ,uncomfortable'and' the '. .'" '. .'.. '" ," < '. .d *'
. . longer'; .'1s condition-: exists the .' > I' >
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reports on < Individuals.* arms and corporations 'a '*' worse you-feeT'.To put an end to the The,. Near:. The.. Depot . ,
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ratM ,Uvt'per fport 'Cb8CIII'to Aooonipmujr ffrQiivsk bowels,' Restore energy and ''cheerful ... .,.' . . ,I t'J.. ">v. >' )." ,
.. \.. THE. ;ofLANDo'. ) .CREDIT. :'ASSOCIATION/ORLANDO:. .. spirits.\Price:Me..Sold ,byJ.: Z > "I, ', .k. >.rr, y_ ; .'. \. .I
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'" RefreshmentsW..theBest'Qualitywill; = .provided; ,the:Best ,of Barbecued Beef,. Fine CfolFf(; -; al li foods >will :


.. beserved in good shape.! Ten Thousand people are urged to' come. Prizes offered for the:oldest Tin Can


! Touriston.:the road'and'!thousands'',:are,,expected. Let,.nothing interfere; :with your coming.**' ,Don't? miss' it :

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I THE STORY' HOUR From those still in the department .have so.intensel'l pleased audiences NOTED AGRICULTURALIST Tiller"'gonstdered''ln.f' -.ni' "r) rhi'-: Willson & 'AultmanIs

t Lesley Joiner, Arthur Snodgrass, I of Kissimmee in the ,recent past. IS DEAD AT GAINESVILLE.. .. but' there' win 'be' .'a.game' :this ,)'
Sunday morning from 9:30: to 10:4(5( Rene Ledbetter, Martha Newby, 'Mrs. Zurn has been spending the : I evening .between1' Winter Park', and
C. IC' McQuarrie, in charge of I
is 'a happy time for the children of Florise Siriquefield, Susie Belle Drig- summer in Chicago' where she has farm demonstration work for Flori- the pupils of the Kissimmee Business AREAL :FStit
and Gertrude Miller.
''1 f. .the primary..department of the Methodist gen R. L. MARONEY. received Instruction from _the best da and 'member of the experiment College. All arrangements have been
MRS.
..KIo: Sunday school. W. have twelve musicians and she has been given station staff, died at Gainesville ear. perfected and, the ,local players believe ; !
children great praise from those high In au ly Wednesday morning. that In this opening J game of
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\I RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY
if.. in attendanee. Their worship thority. Mrs.. Zurn, wherever she the season they will have the, Win- .
., and baa appeared In- vocal, selections,. has WINTERS PARK COMES ter Parkers skinned before breakfast "
S' through scripture, 'member--
: service, is graded to-prayer suit their song aee. The Missionary been highly, eulogized, and her appearance FOR BASKETBALL GAME -while the visitors have expressed l
Society of the Methodist Episcopal at the' Newby' Inn on themselves as being not-only 1 in
hoped those > charge f.
Their lessons, are taught through by o k the 0"'
Church, South, saddened at the ,
stories and beautiful pictures and were Thanksgiving Day will ,be a' great The game of j basketball announced able to skin anything from' Kissimmee" contest that, there 'shall bea; urge h:
handwork. We are getting a wonderful vacant chair 'of our president at our drawing card. The singer will be accompanied for last t Friday evening on but are' willing to "extend the gallery.' The game will be open at;
, response from the children.We November meeting. We missed her on the piano by Mrs R. the school athefetic grounds was I territory 'In .any 'event there',is aeven-thirty-and 'all lovers IGf ,thegame ,,
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and wise leadership.
have fust ordered six dozen small welcome Death, the Merciless Reaper, had entered G. Mtnlck. called off for reasons which Mason expected to be a fine game and it 'are urged to be present. :
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chairs and we hope soon to build ner home and left it saddenedby --- : . .. ..
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,', new rooms and- separate the beginners taking from it a*faithful husband I ff-sJ-VL---u-VL--lPe 1Iio.\I\ 1Iio. J"A" 1Iio. wr S _
,.., from the_prlmarie.. And a kind, indulgent and l loving '-- ....
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: Theweekly atoll proving .U er.anct""rrOnr1.h.CltT"Bnd-rountyone -,
*.J. ., a great:' success gives greater opportunity of its most useful citizens. I I r
for the religious educationof Therefore, Be It Resolved: That'
the children. All good stories we, members of said! society, extend i
help .character. Every Methodistparent to the stricken family Mrs.
is urged to help the children John R. Bron.s, Carlyle and Johnnie M.erchants& 'J :
remember the date. The stories this Roberta, our heartfelt sympathy Farmersiankof
week were fascinating. There were in this sad hour of bereavement,and
two by Mrs. L. B. Tyrce, two by pray the Holy Presence of Our Heavenly :
Mrs. D. B. Shaver and two by Mrs.R. .. Father to comfort them in their
Lv Maroney. The- children dramatized great sorrow. .
one of these stories and eve Be It Also Resolved: That a copy ,0'
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.',. mentatthathourDearJittleinvt tations are being prepared to give to MRS. Jf.- 'DUNCAN.-.- "$26,000 :Oo : i
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the children honor Sunday roll for morning.The last quarter is MRS. J. McPHATTER. : ; I :

aa follows: Front the class that graduated EASTERN STARS .
' f into the Junior: Russell Swain.eat o ARE CROWING. "I ,.... '

Richard Hilton, Johnnie and Lindsay I'The local of the Eastern '. .. $ ..... _
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fl ggeAlte Ruth Overstreet. Lydia under Stars is showing a splendid growth, ;,, .' .., .. . f. .
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Hodivett, Hazel and Hermone Miller.What
Sanderson, Matron and at
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Bring to Kissimmee, Homes OF CROWING .. ,
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Hard to do housework with an aching Is Exercised < i.,.. < I. .
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back. The local lodge of Knights 'ofPyth..I. ..
Brings you-hours of ..mllery.M. lei now conducting drive on ':" : ..>' :.; I( Iy"
sure or at work. membership, and there are being "
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If women only knew the cau_ made frequent I accessions to the . ., ",' ,,-.J". .' '": .'." "', I., 'ill' -, i r.
thatBackache rank. of' Page, E.quJn"and Knight. ". ' "; ' ." ', [; "f
pains often come. from On Wednesday evening there was) alaraely. >,. 0 .lI. : II", ,11 . ,
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1, 'Twould save much needless woe. at.which 'there were numerous candidates ',. . l ", 1" r
Ii 1, .r... Doan's Kidney 'Pills are for weak taken into the' ranks. District '
\'' '., kidneys. !1 Deputy Grand Master Fagan, of Orlando : ... ; .. ; ,.. .. . :', i '
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', says: meeting, and the .occasion was ,a very 'I ; ' :; '
M. Williams 409 ;. .
tflu.. Mrs. L. ClayS happy one.' '-The lodgeis..now matIng : .Oil> J : .
., .. gtreet; says: "I.had an' ailing !In my strides! 'towards going over the R.,E. GRABEL, President) "' .R. C.:WOODBERY, Vice President ...., .
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back .short.time lIt'was *- *- ,
for a me to get.round-in aco. the mornIng top.- y -v f.1. ', . '. ,.t'j" '.". Iftt ".J..M. WILLSON'C hl r ;' ", ,,1'!" $.> ,, p'. .;;" ,';'t"' '; 7f. '' h :} 1, ., r. .ter:.
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''f .en 'account 'ofl thin e severe pain THANKSGIVING'DINNER' ..I 4 ",.'.."1." :,I' ,' ., .f. "',." ' ". .."..I.!' ' J '". '
small of back, and I could. # .
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In Doan's a' short tie me 11 felt immediately one.'hundred and be given'on to..Thanksgiving.the>excellent.menuto Day at DR.CD.,; :.CHRISTI , :> ' :J..in :WILLSOII ') P.,, '; ',; :., 3 ;R. L fiRA.ELv ),

." :. ]le1'CfP1tJ'! 8t'. ', .,..,:,,,:, .,. .Dart the NewbyIon.'' .(formerly"the' Man-f .,. . .. R. c.aW00DBERY K '
J"rb .. .11" ,"_-ra.* hattan) .as mar oe ,seen,in'another I . R.q. 1 J .... 11'i,
, pty ajk 4or a kidney remedyianV '?'-*** column % l have "'bee__,I t S' .. ., l ,
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N"' .Williams bad. Foster-MUburn. sLeter1of.Mrs.: ',, Newby.; ..will,,.Nnder ,,, .. ,. -

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,; ...POUt THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY 'NOVEMBER IS, 1121

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4 ADDITIONAL> L9.CAt.S. home in Lokosee on Friday: -mere- KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE' H ... .., .. ..e'.... .. .... ..00 tUOU.... 'l' .. "o uo, i to. rGRA'
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Notice;' Pay your! City Licenses' a bit of business. After wandering *
' I'r' aDd avoid penalties. All licenses due i about the city for acme tune P.Wi. .Led' Every Friday I YS TONE HOTEL
October 1. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax I and finding on each bu.ineudoor a By KfsiiiBBiet Valley Gazette Coapaay, Kissinuiee, FloridaW. .
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Collector j f.W;j ja tired Gone;paying Fishin nCloaed to the & Harris, President L G. Yams ,Anew, Secretary

"W .. When you have that,, feeling. only man left in the place: "By heck! W. L Tkeradyke, Editor I DINING ROOM OPEN
In the morning or afternoon and believe I didn't know it was Sunday -'When 1 I
that a nice sandwich and a cup left home! Something's wrong Sub cripuo. Rates:
T 'of, hot chocolate will add test to your' with my calendar] I'U ,come gone 1n. on a >ne Copy, One Year..._._.._.,..?..._--_.,........_.?_.?..__..>:200lone
life, why not step into the Park Hotel later date)I" Copy, Six Months.._..._........_......................._. 1.0(
: .,.. Tea T -Room' and enjoy what i.-is offered *- Notice Pay your City LicensesandJivoid )ne Copy, Three Months.___......_-..................-.-.........._.... JHKnt The, Graystone management ha* secured the 1t

? penalties. All hCenReI due .r.d 'at th. ro tofflc. at KUiMmno. Florida .a second-clam mattar') :services of a Spanish ch' f for the winter( .es>,.
George C. Miller[ ] brought. a carload i October 1. J.. R. Gilbert, City Tax .
r of folks to Klssimmee from their I Collector.. Ul. c mr unlcatlon.. except from our ..uth..lse4.rre.pond.nt.. must. beIRned "
and plans to maintain the diningroom
by th writer. ..son. .
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.ooo. o .. .oooo..tOOto. ooto.oo o -- in a manner'to _merit the highest approval,
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ATTENTION! f 18,' 1921 .
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'," i !. WHY...DID ,COD- : MAKE THE. DOUBLE-FACER. ? 'and ':" .( ,

THERE is no' record'of Noah having taken into the 'ark; anything thai THE HOME AND FAMILY MAN
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was in any way.evasive, or that was carrying' two heads on one pair of ,','
I L'\ : _. .. shoulders. So far known, the rattlesnake never tried to carry the air of '
& will l find the Gray.tone-both as to rooms and
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_, . : a hummingbird;: the porcupine made no declaration: that he was always ofa
'I(' FORDOWNERS smooth turei'and-the1kunk-m.de-it-manife5t..thaLwheJLhc..wutQl.ed dining service-alw.vt catering to their de-
:. to a state of excitement he -had no hesitancy in allowing an. >aroma, of relief -
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I .'' ". : |_to, rid himself of those who sought to be too familiar. m.ods--.nd at price reatonable. -

;', ,.; .. : .At civilization progressed there were evidence that men and women. t
to "double-crest"in order achieve their.endt. All down through .
to
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"" fl'" the aeont of history are there teen uses where the double-crotter: workedthe /
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Iv ".. game to the limit ,in order to gain tome ends which were unfair and un Graystone is Kissimmee Hotel \ Kg
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cast. Thousands of cases: may be cited where Judas-like actions have misled
3 .. Genuine the victim to ways which were dark and dismal. Treachery hat had its
innings in untold in.t.ncesyet; always have the acts of unjustness been

punished in tome way or other. -,----.- -- ..
People in these days are not deceived for any great length of time. "
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FORD STORAGE BATTERIES Some things may be camouflaged-but in the end there it nothing gained. .

K .. The man or the woman who cannot come clean with all utterances is assure GOING TO TAMPA?
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vti' -4 ... to be found out as the sun is sure to rise in the east. What continue The "Banana Truck" will make trips each Sunday,
to shake confidence in human nature is to learn that the same mouth may Tuesday and Thursday. Will haul freight or passengers

.- For Ford Cars give praise of an enterprise or an endeavor at one moment-and then spill! to Vamps prices, on or any those point days.along For route particulars{ at very see reasonable -
.. the beans in the next breath. Will the time ever be reached when confidence -
<..I There seem to be hypocrites in all walks of life. Will the time ever 1108 Mabbette Street KISSIMMEE
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come when God will smite the liar hip and thigh? When He will spew from .tOOOOO..tOtO.ooot.o.OO ooooOOOOt.to..OOO.oooo.O I' ;
Him those who seek to carry a double face? When He will say to those \t'
Price j who seek to play horse with commonsense and honor and decency: "Depart 'i,
{1, $25.00JList from me ye accursed of all evil?" The Gazette feels safe in its standing Everybody" WIle b Aiybedy Adrertises Their "Waal la The Valley Gazette ( )

f+' t. .. 'that its utterances are for the best of the general public; that is always ':,".
), .... playing fair game;; that it cannot be bulldozed into saying things whichare ' '
x"'i" .. in no ways true; and that it has no use for the person who will take
any subject and make fish of it for one crowd and fowl of. it for another.
i\{,\ We Make Liberal Allowance on faction.There ESTATE l I ;

might at well be a complete understanding in all matters pertaining REAL
r Old Batteries : to the good of the city and the community and all who are in. the
I, .. city or the community. The Gazette is not t to be' bam foozled into any acts
: which are not square. ,It it not to be cajoled into utterances which it does '
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." .. not heartily support. It is not to have injected i into its columns one thing Of ALL KINDS f
.. for the special edification of any small clientele to the detriment of the gen r
eral people. If there: it any utterance*made in The Gazette for or, against.
any proposition 'it may be taken at an assured fact such statement was List Your Property With'Me

I'I.'P. TIMMONS j .i"u made. only after a complete: understanding. and investigation of the point" at r 4

The Gazette is not "an organ. It is merely a disseminator of newt
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Authorized Dealer. that it fit 'to print. It gives the matters of the city in a fair manner'-and .
i strives to make all things true to life. In return for this it expects to have H. Stanley Bullock

; PHONE 165 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA : the support of the real) men and the real women of the city .and the county; "
and for the b.laqce-the silly riff-raff-it cares not one whit. Those who
r .o cannot appreciate what The Gazette is striving to do and it iDa fair way Office Old State Bank .Building

to accomplish are "poor' weak fish"and' bear little .weight in the work of
a "
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; Return" Thanks ri 1 A. BAD CHECK-'VERSUS..A CHECK NOT GOOD
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WHEN !it a "bad check'Vnol "bad? '
When it it it not good. .. ." ,
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-We,'wish..to impress our .many'' patrons, and this 'number growing., That reads odd--yet' that is what asserted. by"A:the .Reporter-Star 1 in '
its "apology" to the grand jury of Orange county for saying that "four mem
larger each day)beca ..;'of the bers of the grand jury had issued bad checks.
present :;
for tIle'Thanbgi\.inr. \ Dinner should be placed as early ar possible -
If a check has not funds in the bank to the credit of the maker in an
", in order to avoid any embarrassing delay. The quality of the amount equal to the face of the check, then naturally, the check it not

;goodTjwe, ..furnish. is attested by both ,the Newby Inn and Dayton't good. If it is not good then it naturally follows that it is bad; ergo, the

! Gfe--both. of. ,which enterpnnngplaces. : are supplied entirely by us. man who issues a check that it not good certainly issues a check that it bad. 1j lI lIrrRlgl
;;1- Perfectly plain is it not?

The statement the Orlando paper did not assert that the men were
e> We Have a Fine Line of Fish and Oysters charged with being bad check "artists"-although in itt "apology" it erected -
i, such a phrase and then swiped it. There was nothing said in the origi
: and other goods will be carried nal article needing an excuse-and. really. the amende honorable mere-

Pr-; ; .: if the supply houses fill orders ly corroborated the previous astertion. men who issued the -

... .' .. checks which were worthless--checks not good cKeck*-were much
"r"' 1WE'' GUARANTEE. TO PLEASE. EVERY CUSTOMER elated by the additional exploitation.
',' t. tl) E\en newspapermen are sometimes bothered by poop who issue bad G i

:r-: ;:,,}, WHEN .SATISFACTION CANNOT BE GIVEN check An ''order for paper recently came into this office accompanied bya -- : i '1 1tS

l'ff-' ; t <, ' OUR PATRONS WE'LL QUIT THE BUSINESS check for fifteen dollars. Although the check was issued by a man whose t c9
''f..". '. f' : checks are rumored to be turned down by banks with much frequency the

'4't, :.", MANHATTAN fiSH MARKET camble was taken and the goods delivered. Then back came the check from
the bank. The check the check bad the
i'' i was not good; consequently was ; ;'
t 1'-. " 'Dakin Avenue W.. J. LANCASTER Telephone 23 act of issuance should be made a penitentiary offense. L' -

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ccidental". of When he leaves he is
..a; 't:' through.an- : mix-up geography. accompanied -
T.i : by a fowl worth,. perhaps, one dollar and six bits. When he it
apprehended itnd convicted-he was found with the goods-he helps build
the county roads for the following three months 'or. possibly six months.
THE place of
J superiority now accorded to Brunswick Phonographs
,, f'the He it not allowed to pay for the fowl; not he; he joint the gang right away. and -
Records
Corner Grocery But let a man buy goods and pay for them with a bad check-well, throughout the nation is not an accident :-

.., if f he it a gifted talker he'll pay the face of the check sometime or other=- It has only been gained by intrinsic merit. The
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' :' and then obtain another book of blank checks to work upon. Brunswick Phonogr.ph.'possesses so many remarkable char- Vtsl

:.> \ >' Opens .Sate rday. ,. There is something radically)) ,wrong' with the. recently enacted bad ,law acteristictT many of the outstanding and individual ,improvements

I 'X} ; .... -- .. . , regarding bad,checks. V which the music: world l had !thought'would come: ,
,;," J' What it a bad check, anyhow) '
..1r.. "1) We have re-modelled the store comer of Emmett Does the Reporter-Star know by this time? that musical geniuses and acoustical experts have unqualifiedly t }

f, \.. ';;..1': alct .Stewart-opposite the Osceola Hardware ,_ -* i a' .. _pronounced i it*the lid phonograph. ;ynps
t" -T- 1'E tQVINC PEOPLE-7VRE BOUNDjO-'BE" BUNCOED "
4&' . .... Company. -and tomorrow will open Beautiful Cabinets
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."' ,", .. t WITH all the talk and pleadmentt for disarmament, and'with the whble
: world positive that such an action is sure to take place, why should more Brunswick cases are worthy of the instrument. Prices vary'to

':ft.;, ;The Corner Grocery than eighty-eight percent of the appropriations made by this government suit every pocketbook.

I. for! : J92I have gone to pay for expenses of past wart and in the preparation -
> . for-1utute( contests? With rate of taxation extremely high and,'thit x Convenient Payments, "
t., '. buried in debt it would the that the of s
.l1. country seem to layman era extravagance -
'" l1 article New and Fresh... and / We deliver: Bruntwickt and records: immediately, and arrange
Every at prices .
/ as ,. ,-in place of decreasing at expected after the signing of the armistice;
-/" ". .'' 1 low' .at;possible v,'' i. ''remaining in box-car letters.,at the head of the menu. If disarmamentmeans convenient: monthly: pay nent ., We make it easy tJ ...
:! : -. ',Wt Vv > to strengthen our fighting' forces and'scatter: : money about with.'stri own a Brunswick.WILDER'S. :.c .'
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,1 f y } -.i . .. Acquainted 4fl dent reckletsness-then>let us>not have it.. 'Let.the "dit" be pulled off, the / -- A

i '.1 'Greful''Attention: and Courteous Treatment, will: 1,; ;) J term-, and A. let' us ,spend' the money without camouflaging.' . S'TUDiQ: '

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11i't[ 'touistry'i it more progressive'thanAmerica'in'many.ways., Its ..
"I exportsare ''J: i'
;; ,; The ,Crner3roceEISER'tk"rSMITH" r' enormous-goods from that country. everywhere... ''They m.ke.elee- -
y :. tritflight!, bulbs far better ,tL.D.;can: be made. in 'America, having longerlife: ,
'if ; :: e, and these',caD: be told at'a',large profit for1'* little more than half the priceof
'-,, ,'\: i .:v' .. .. the':domestic'product.: Nine, years ago'China'exported? about one,haU
.;,: ,:. If', : 'CornerXEmmetl''i, +nd'Stewaijt'' KISSIMMEE milliona' dollars worth of flour:'last year the ".me'counby exported;more

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.. THE KISSIMEE.'VALLET,.GAZETTE. FRffiAT VOYEMUR1S,..1M1 ;, -. pin a

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!! Meld'a Baths."' 40tteCity' diseases' try Neid's Baths, ,;40-tfc ,

ITEMS OF A WEEK Tax Bool1 are' now open.Five The diningroom of'the'Park Hotel I
made Its official opening Tuesdaynoon.
percent will be allowed for pay- on
' menu, made in November J.; R. Gilbert It is now under the, manage
: -.11'. Get your 'Ta lao where .they've got City Tax Collector men*,of Miss Orpha Rose, and her

: H.. .Central Drug Store, I'. Mr*. N.: B. Miller,,.who, with( 'her brother Glenn.
Mm. Eddie Lancaster and two; four'.children, hah; been visiting her Bad debts collected or no pay..Re STOKf
p. childrea'of ,Orlando, spent'' Saturdayand I mother, Mn. J. A. Lancaster, left sults,guaranteed. J.' M. Willson. dis
Sunday in Kissimmee with 'some. Kissimmee 'on Sunday for her homein rlct manager.' 15-tfe
'1 of their many.friends.. Berkeley, West Virginia: Mr. and Mrs. --A W. Sweetland of
A-1 dry wood at Klsrimmee. Wood- For Rent-Nicely furnished flat, Binghamton New York, .have arriveed
t.: yard. Phone 262. S with fireplace; three room. and bath. in Kissimmee to spend another
City 'Tax Books are ''now open. W. B. Harris, Gazette, office. 44-tf I winter, and are located at. 309 'M b-:

1 FI.e! percent will be allowed for pay. Rev. .J. A. Sutton, of the Baptist I bette street.The. .
{ menu made in November. J. R. Gila church, filled the Baptist pulpit at I Boathouse' at Saint Cloud Is
I'( bert, OityTax: Collector. Winter Garden last Sunday while making preparations: for a "big carnival . F
,,;"" J.. D. Woodbck, secretary of 'the the local pulpit was supplied by Rev.: dance on the evening of Friday 1
Chamber of Commerce, who has been B. Atkinson, of Saint Cloud. November 25, and a general Invitation '
f,f". I suffering from a serious .illness for Phone 246 :.mrnt reserve, your' table' Is,extended ._ I THE H. V 7
,the past ,week, IB now in a lightly at the Park Hotel Tea Room for an Dr. 'WlnnV'office .is I.1 bith: .''postof- . __ .---
'improved condition.' elegant Thanksgiving turkey dinner. flee building. Hours-1:30 to 3:80. V
"'Wanted" Indies' Aid Society Phone[ 97.< Residencephone,, 122. '
: To exchange 'one slightly The Presbyterian 48tt
--; used Ford touring car body for will hold an all-day apron and Saint. Cloud.
. -I. ene less used Ford roadster body. food sale] at' the Chapter House tomorrow . Mr. and Mrs., B. L. Parkand
: I. P. Timmons. 44-tfc ,'commencing at ten in the daughter-in-law, of Sioux Rapids,
i morning.' Luncheons will be served.: Iowa, have arrived in Kissimmee for L CHR1STMASSTOR

a.,. .. Now Is the time to make resell the season, .and are established at
jelly. Leave orders at Goodman's their winter home at 212 Beaumont :

!: Grocery. :xTh.Kssimm..Laundrybasre.: avenue. .
:; .: { ....c..OI.OD-I'eeentl] lnt:1oudand : ,, ''.. .
: Thanksgiving nner.t moved. from its location on Broadway his niece; 'Miss Knutson, of
i next to the Maklnson Company, Los Angeles, are located in Kissim 'JI
----I and" is now to be found at No. 12 mee' for the winter, and are makinI'' To the.people of Kissimmee and Osceola County:,
COCKTAILSOUP their home at the residence of Mr
in the
shop occupied -
OYSTER Darlington avenue
by the pressing club. bette and Mrs.street.H." M; Breaker, at 120 Mab- We, invite: you to' come ,early--:see. our stock_ of .. Y

Miss Elsie Norton, of the Kissimmee ,

_- CHICKEN GUMBO with.poitofflce relatives_force In ,Winter spent Haven-Sunday returned Dr. and from Mrs.their Buckmaster.entendeti trip having to Holiday Goods You will .be l pleased with V !li f

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n the middle west, and having 'ot.
comp .
) the. bythe autobuseswhich
making trip
;:; . MEATS are maintained between the ed their visits to friends throughoutthe them and the prices. !We' 'urge' to, ,
you
;v two. points. state, have arrived in' Ktasimmae ; '
ROAST TURKEY WITH CHAN-
and are seeking in which to !
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. BERRY SAUCE 85c. How about a glass 'of good milk take their abode. .

4 : BAKED, CHICKEN : WITH DRESS and cake a fine? We piece of home.in made these.pie i' Where up has the Dixie Electric Shop I 5
or specialize Do Your Christmas Early
; ING 66c. Park Hotel Tea'Room. moved To No. 10 Darlington avenue Shopping!

.' ROAST PORK WITII GREEN AP- An early morning call today drew try. next to Herzberg's Shoe-Fix-It

:{: PLE SAUCE, 65c. the Are department to the home 'of .
D. R.' Stroup' was over from Daytona
Mrs. Butler 21 Veropawhere:
Lydia ,
if' ROAST BEEF WITH BROWN
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', a blazing roof needed immediate at on Saturday, and on Sunday
( GRAVY, boo when he returned to his work at that : :
.... response.tention. The Damage company was made very a slight.quick city he carried Mrs. Stroup and little FOR MEN FOR,, WOMEN'SHOES FOR GIRLS. FOR'' BOYS I

.. month.
\, SIDE DISHES Joe to remaiq there about a
See' us for -bargain In. nice During this time the daughter, Mary TIES DOLLS* :,TIES l:
MASHED IRISH. POTATOES modern home of six rooms. Nelson
w
Ella Stroup, will remain with her
STEAMED RICE Realty Company. brother Roy, at Winter Haven. SHIRTS "BUSTER BROWN- ? PRESSES ,,, :' ""'-:SHOES'' ... ,'..;,;
CREAMED ASPARAGUS ONTOAST After a pleasant visit in Kissimmee The realty firm of Boyer & Rob- SHOES HOSE'BED HOSE '
with her ,Mr. and Mrs.J. efOSEF,
parents SUITS' ROOM .
erts has just been forced from its .
Mrs. Edward Pound OY9HANDKERCHIEFS "
R. Gilbert, Broadway location in the store for- STETSON HATS SLIPPERS'SIURT -L j
TROUSERS
FRUIT SALAD has returned'to heir home in'.1ack-
merly occupied by the Dixie Electric
SWEATERSBELTS WAISTS
sonville. "The accompaniedher
baby" '
I TOTS
DESSERT on her visit to see the grandparents. Shop-that place having been leased \, PARASOLSHANDKERCHIEFS 'BED ROOM SHOES )
for a new bakery and is now to lr "CAPS
,
> PLUM PUDDING WITH DRAWN be found in an excellent suite above SUSPENDERSHANDKERCHIEFS RIBBONS '
fill" BUTTER SAUCE At last! A' high-grade electric' the pustofflce. DRESS GOODS OF BOX PAPER HATSHANDKERCHIEFS

PUMPKIN PIE WITH CREAM: hair-curjer for only 500. Dixie Members of the high school are HOSE ALL KINDS PARASOLS

'" Electric Shop. taking considerable' InterestIn the 1_ . .+
__ _. CHEESE Notlcs::' Pay )JOU1"- City Licenses, "
prizes offered by I. P: Timmons,-the '''
,; and avoid penalties. All licenses due' Ford-man, for the best essay on I A

,. __ BALTIMORE BEATEN .BISCUIT t October li. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax* good roads. From what has been told SATURDAY & MOI 'SPECIALS; ;
Collector.
CORN JOHNNY CAKESWHWKITOIBi It is believed the judges will have a .
A very important meeting, of the most laborious.day 'When making the .
CAff Chamber of, Commerce is. to be'<4feU decisions as to excellence. Come to Our Store These Two'DDYS"Por/' *. '
.
I this evening when it Is hoped that "
There is to be held in Kissimmeeon g"u\ ,
.ti' BROADWAY TELEPHONE 1. large' membership will be present. Saturday, December 10, an exam- ''
66 Values
Women from the various clubs' and ination of the applicants for the The Many Extra :Now'Qt1 (Display

general public are cordially In- postmastership at Avon Park, a
-and every member should be third-class office carrying an annual .

r ..., .., ..... ... "' .. ....... ,jth' ''irm' that 'run salary of 2000. The examinaion will r :ADIES '$2.00 Pure GMs.nion Suits SHOE"POLISH\-::10e' Mea's 'SteW 'Hals t .
( overcome be held at the-- courthouse-arrangements t
SILK HOSE 75c Also ,have another' '
$1.00. '
,'I.4down ,debilitated condition and make having been made here By the at $1.00 were now. ( -. Some'het&: and ,more ,
you feel just like your old self again. assistant postmaster. .: These made by 'Bus This is a line grade of grade for ...lil':lSe' coming *;-
Central Drug Store have three furnished ter Brown" Hosiery goodsCHILDREN'S *" '
We two amBaBSr 4Men's
or .
e BBaBBaSBJS S Saas SBB WBS BBBBBB S BS "t ,
: An especial feature of the com- houses for rent.. Better see us at MiliaCORTAIN Me.'s'Dress'' Shirt.to $1.00: ,2-pU. I
'I e' ,
on Monday evening at once before they are gone. Nelson
JUST the Methodist
act by Jeff Wall.)) He is an adeptin Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Flathers, GOODS very complete' .bnefor quality. for the
the art of "negro .sermonizing"and who have been residing stt Orange We- are up-to-the-mi. _____...25e to. 4Sc; MEN'S HATS , winter. **!
has'consented to deliver one of Center, came to Kissimmee to look 'nuts for Scrims 4 I
the best of such renditions addi- over, the city and were so pleased ., $3.00 to $14.00, . ,
'Shake the Bush' tion to the,.part.be will' take in the that they bought a home. The residence SHIRT WAISTS SOAP: Large Cakes, Gips-2.9c to 3.00 Men'i BalbrTggan |Un: .' f
musical'program. Palm Olive
purchased is at 125 Summer by Soap derwear, gaimenV1 '
Wanted: To exchange one slightly street and they are now permanently t, Regular j$2.00. values Company 'cake:' lOc per .
{f andPRICES used Ford touring car body for settled in their new quarters. Our Price. __ C.y.S" ac Pia, CkeckJ, rub ; 'I' 504 t
'< one less used Ford roadster body.I. \
P. Timmons. 44-tfc City Tax Books are now open.' vii\ Her. Is A''Barala.1IOQuart .! Pair,:. ..1_$1.50. ', + *
Five will be allowed for M..T.. Dress Shoes
percent paw Ladies' Vici' Shoe, ,
City Tax Boots! are now open. mend made in November. J. R Gilbert Zinz Bucket This is the' best grade. '
FALLTAYLOR'S F Five percent will be allowed for payments City Tax Collector. with rubber heel; at each ----2k 5.00 ,values. .at ,;$3.95.;
iV made in November. J. R. Gilbert W. H. Stroup'and Guy Stroup have one time sold .for $7. WORK SHIRTS '75e ;

City Tax Collector. leased the building recently vacate now only ______$4.00 RUGS Mea'. .Taa 'Boots
The of the Good heavy If.de-' )
announcement opening by the Dixie Electric Shop on Broadway "
-AT- V
of the "Corner Grocery" appears in for a bakeryand their machinery Girls' Vic! School 27x54 inches, our low and well made; 16 inches high? on/!.
this Issue of The Gazette. The "
proprietors is now on the road. Both are $7.00.
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price __ $1.50)) ?
Kissim Shoes, our price only
are new-comers to pY+nfe4sional( workmen, and proposeto : Come 'Ur'a.ndie..-theen
: ;
Men's Work Sox .
.
mee, but have been impressed with run what they style a "home bake- $3.50MavisTalc -
the excellence of the city and its environments ry." It is expected the place will begin Baby Blankets A very special 1 valueat "
; consequently they secured operation before the middle of WE SELL, e
Powder 25cMavit Blue and pink, each the low price of-,-
lease the .
a on corner oppositethe the coming month.
-" Osceola Face Powder SOc $1.00 Two Pair for 25c STETSON HATS ,
Hardware Company, and We are going to specialize in hot :; .
will open tomorow with a general assortment -
waffles and good coffee, It
24 Ibs ,Self-Rising Flour_____98c of goods. be better to phone 24(?"a few.mjght- V -1 .

24"Ib,. Cold Medal Flour_ _$1.15 We have client who has good security ments ahead and then 'come and see '' '
t in Lou Price
> to offer for a loan of (2600. that we can serve you with the best High Quality -:- in
24:.Ibs White Ring Flourl.l Would pay ten percent ;interest..,Nelson But come anyway. Park Hotel Tea - . .

k Milco Nut Oleo .__...______29e Realty Company. Room. .. ..
It I. a matter of regret that thisis Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robertson and
,r Farrel's A-l 1 Nut Oleo____...30e the last week of Manager Eades Mr. and Mrs. Harry E: Turner, al :

? Good Creamery Butter _____49c as manager of the Casjno. He has of Mlddlevllle, Michigan, have arrived -
proved splendid .man for osi- :
in Kissimmee by automobile,
, Post Toastiet ______________lOc tion-and has made many friends in and are now nicely loc.ted.t the Lyles V. Story & CompanyDry
Kissimmee; but he has been. takento home of 'Mr. and Mrs. William Sen- ,
Purity Oats ______________lie Orlando to fill the position of director alba, 804 Main street. The newcomers ;

+' qt Calumet Baking Powder Ib.__22c -stage-work where be was are old-time friends of the Sen-
t employed last winter. The new manager sibas having attended the same
1Mf' 3 Tall Cans .Milk__________-2e of the Casino is being transferred district school, in that northern state : '
.
No. 2 Sugar Con.; 2 for____25e will from Tampa the to Kissimmee Monday, and Mrs C. H. Rice, who has recently: Goods, Shoes, Notions, GotKng i aflfd 1 FurwsfewgsF t' < :
assume post on
arrived in Kissimmee to her '
No. 2 Early June Peas______15c which Mr. Eades relinquishes 'on Sat husband who Is connected Join with the E3 : CDADVV/AY KISSIMMEE1 ;

.e 3 pkgs. Argo Starch _____-__25e urday'night.miss Mr. and. The Mrs..1 public Eades."I .will sorely public schools, has opened a class in V . I Iy t. ;
dramatic art,and is In a fair way to New Goods Arriving"Daily V : .. :
No. 10 Franklin Syrup______59e: have taken[eight bottles'of Tan- build up a'' class of considerable pro- 1. r! '

No. 8 Snowdrift i.; -._.,_.$1.5 lac pounds and In have weight actually and feel, gained better aDd 40 the portions.American Mrs.Academy Rice I. graduate of DramaticArt of ; R.' '1'i i f \

' Large Can Table Peaches stronger than I have felt before Intwentyflve in New York, more commonly dw.
"
T'for .-.*_____: ____.::$IOCr haffy, of Nashville years, says Tenn.O. H.Central Ma-! known is an adept as the, at Sargeant the profession School which, and

Fancy Prunes ...___........ISe Drug Store. ; she has taken up.. Should the proper '
e; : .
Interest be taken In the. work there KKNNN609NM
':tf Fancy Evaporated Peaches .,20c NOO N 46ot+0SEE' will be'a general benefit among the .................................,............ ...... i 3!

tIt 10-oz. Glass Peanut Butter___19c US pupils accrue from her instruction.
When purchase electrical ;Nowis: llle 'Time" '
Drained you supplies Homes For Rent \ ,
.. Fancy Citron .......40ea BEFORE BUYING NEW or appliances what should you Nice . . .

Senate Coffee ___________:40e: BATTERIES get for the dealer's. profit?' Answer: ' '
SERVICE-AND EXPERT ADVICE. .to put in your Border 'for your,,! .
Queen ;of Osceola Coffee__--40c . OF R..TOU Therefore,-when you do'not buy your THREE FURNISHFDHOMES ---

V Good" Smoked'"Bacon ...__ ..19e WE electrical supplies from the Dixie .
and
Ford Batteries' -.$25.00; Electric Shop you "beat yourself." It mmIIIMlIBIK[

?13-P1at.1Batterl...for .?_ 0.00 John Beamanhas decided that he TWO THAT ARE UNFURNISHED f. ,
.;;Dodge' .:Batteries' for' ... 15.00I will not add a second floor to his '
Maxwell for ;.. building-on Broadway ,which he is -
& .Batteries I5 OO ;
cCash *
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.CarrlJHE.JAYlOR8Y THESE SHOULD !;E. .SEEN IMMEDIATELY
lee
-' improving-waying-,that as he cannot ,DONT,LET YOUR BOY ? : _
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These .batteries guaranteed lease the upper floor before it is .
are : ,1 : '
'" THE WTlHOUf : I.
.i I '. to'be a* good as' any?,Battery, built.he Beaman will offers hold! ,as off an.additional.a while.' ,Mr.excuse .. ';>,,.. .,For:quick action,and. legitimate'dals)itwill. ,.pay you! toieecq: :. ; ,,- .,.4f BOY ..:..-. .A,. ,B1I'Jwe'dtOPIfand'pact '. \

on the market., ., that "he cannot borrow the money .f ... '
'--""' to do all he wishes." Those who : t :: out '
D.M.BOYTEOfiic.
UM UT Ii, II, .tOIl Utmf. EYMcNNful know John: Beaman realize' f nil.,.well :your Lib' at the'.shop" of.
; -:..... lust, how aet..ry.lt {'would ,be' for ., .__J "
t him to seekthe..services of a, money ,'' .. J.W. :WYN N"- -
.. ... ;+, -- 'J'l. --' 1 ( BROTf'IERs' i loaner. / In any,event the changes' he : :'. .' .U Ue' ',Graystoae rk' M2i8. .; |, '' .... ,

,, ,4-STORES-4 :.DiU Ansii_ 'aaststtu_ tlstii' I Is m.kineare excellent -and It is rumored -. :.KISSIMMEE. .lose. Broadwar+ :; _. .IGeasriq' 'i,
.. ...' "" \' :. . __ ,.,. ; that the ;NmodeJI.J.th..u| ' ic f - V -h " .. '
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h , ". .'.......'! 'J '" '. '' !" ..building! ,"has,already been''leased. .,. 'I... '....... .".'.' '.''.' J
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THE 1US31MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. ,NOVEMBER 18, 1921 .. ,1
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0 tTAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK

i tI T -NEWPLUMBING, .
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gcrapprr And NewspapermenThere 'I Ornithological) Speaking
is a big duff between fightng .. Referring to birds I'm sure thatI
Lt : In Rear,of for our rights and writing for I don't know what a katy-dld..bOt: I'm *
our fights, isn't there T Let's all say 1 positively certain that she' can't do '

,. so. Amen.: ., i some things that a peli-can.
Makinson'sHardware.
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It * 1 1M.nl * *> \
, Years Ago' 1 Bless Her Dear Heart .
My mother 1 Bless her trusting heart! I notice by one of my' exchanges i= .O B. KISSIMMEE
Ft 'Her greatest l love would gimme; that; a Miss Conibear is about to be ,
Complete Hue of Bathtubs, Closets; Lava: I'd: watch her dance the minuet- married. Somehow or '''other that ,i m

for installing And, later see, her shimmy.. name seems almost familiar. *'
,tories, and, all material necessary . *,, : ..- OVERLAND .

-and'''-repairing"'your* plumbing. Eyettter" English i Or ,Amerl an Lights In Different Spots $698' t i
Says-a headline: "English will be Oh, you little spot-IIJbtl! : Touring .
.". )" ''-,' ..;, .: the 'dominant tongue' at'arm* pow. Your first cost. ian t much; Roadster 698 .
'" wow" Well I s'pose that is the But when the copper "spots'; you- 990
4' Prict/M/ Treasonable and -
Our, Are Coupe N'Sed
more universal-although the American You're bound to "cat in Dutch! :
W Guarantee Our Work !language is giving the world a * n 040 ,t

u', ,.-, '':1'r\, : : :\. mighty close ''run for first> place. Let's Be Decent And Right :
j11 I \ 0' '. ',. : I that writer .
t't\:1\\ ::: ,; r, sincerely trust no or
Sure Took Tb''Sewer ,) advertiser in The Gazette will at WILLYS-KNIGHT .
1 Gs G L. BATCHELORL : .: There, ,was a'young woman, Mis temptto economize on ink or pencil : $1715 1
Touring -
. Prewitt by writing "X-Mas" for good old
I', V.; <' 7-PHONE723: r.. ; \' "" .. 'knew itj# as writing "}'la" for Florida. Yas- --< 2385"' I '. I
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.. She one day in haste sum. Coupe ;
Pulled the plug of th' waste * Sedan- 2595AUTOMOBILE I'4
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- -- -- --- -- -- -- '- < - < And from th.l!., bathtub right. Polk County Officials HoldWhen
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,.o.to. o..o.oo. .o..t "ooooo"o'oo'o'O'O 'I"OO..0 through it! r the shortage of $14,000 wat
'* ikFla" j found jn the school fund of Polk ACCESSORIES Ij"
Appellation Is Rotten I county there was a recommendationto
The Lake Wales Highlander tells the governor that he suspend the and' /-
of a sign at a neighboring town school officials. He has made reply
FOR .
Cords
U's T SALE which I says: "Postoffice Sumaca, that there were insufficient grounds Fabric TIRES-
Fla." What's the matter with "Flor- upon which to moke a suspension. Firestone 30x31.29.00Lupter
ida" in place of that "Fla.?" 'la' the In view of the fact that only upon FirettoBc 30i3-$7.50 ,
postmaster ashamed of his state- the sixth audit of the books was the :
0 that he has to term it "Fla" in placeof theft discovered couldn't the gover-
what actually is-Florida? ner find some excuse or .other for .. ;
Best * suspending four or five o' them there & Prather Garage Y
Five-acre Truck Farm A Suggestive Item auditors? What? '
r Says the Saint Augustine Record: ,
Diamond rings and unset Say, Lissen. Now Lissen
In The CountyAT precious stones valued at I would like to call the attention of U,0'0 00000000'00..1 0000 OOoou'oOo 00 U t 0000000-0 to.. HH.C-U, 0 .0..
_Ji more than fifty thousand the Saint Petersburg Times that the ---- -- --
.dollars were stolen from a government insists that In spelling .. -tOIOOOIO o..OOOOoo.o..ooOtO Oo ooo.o.to.ot.ooooo 1
Philadelphia jewelry store. the old-fashioned cocoanut the "a" '
Which same reminds me that I has been deleted. The Times still DIXIE: HIGHWAY GARAGE: WILL

A GREAT: BARGAIN overpaid my last grocery bill $1.22 j insists!! in spelling it -the- old-fash '
and I'm going right over now and' ioned way whereas it should be ON FORDS x'
get'the money back. I thank you. coconut. That is official. I have always -

54' insisted that the "a" was superfluous Grind Vain. ud dean Carbo. for .-$250Tirhten
Will Adopt New Questionnaire --because if c-o-c-o doesn't -
The First Crop Will Net In Orange county it is fair to presume spell coco what'n thunder does it Connecting Reds. fer-.-$2-50 i..
that hereafter when the mem- spell? And the federal governmentsays Overhaul Read Ead for .-.$5.00 ; v

bers of any prospective grand jury we are right in our argument. R.-.,... Freat Axle for _.-$2.00
., Three Times Cost of Land are being questioned as to their fitness V.ssum.-Thorn. in Kissimmee Val- Tighten art Grease AD Over fer_.-$2.50 F
l fO'f' the post there will be an ley Gazette .
Overhaul Generator aid Starter for .$130Overbad
addition to the usual form of "How The spelling of coconut is -
arbitrary -
f.- + old are you?" "Where were you born as it is with a great many Motor for __.....-$15.00
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-any why" "Are your" -parents words.-The only rule if there is one, Overheat. Motor and Tramtmissioa foe______..--$18.00 "4

: still living together "Ha,. you is to be consistent. The federal government Overbad TraatssiMioa ..J, fer ________________________$12.00 ;
; This Tract is Cleared ever eloped with a grasswidow?" or the Government Style Re-cover Top and Rear Curtain for $8.00 ,
"Is your grocery bill for the preced- Book !is not authoritative but only an !,i
{ and Plowed Ready for ing month settled in full?" and all cpinion. The Century dictionary and Finish Rear Curtains for _..-$2JH)
that sort of stuff.. There will be one Worcester--. prefer cocoanut; Webster Plate Glass Rear Cwtaia'per. set.$3.%5 4 i;

6 : : the Year'srop. : : more query-in order make matters and Standard coc3nut..The Concise Recharging .Batteries.v reft .-$1.25 '

,, more binding: "Have youbeen Oxford dictionary and the style book Recharging Batteries, 12-roft _-_.._$2.00
J issuing. any bad checks?" Amen. of the Oxford University Press hyphenate r
We do all loads of repairs Fords well other makesof
y 1t-"coco-nuL" Saint Au- OB as a* OB
I Water' A Cheap Transportation gustine Record. otossobiles. Get oar price We specialize ia Starter ud Ge- : : *:i
. This talk about the advantages of And I.
those Work.
presume bally booksof erator
; : LQcatedvwjthin5ten i i' minutes' walk of water transportation over railway English reference would term a
; I : transportation aa regards the fryer a chickhen and hyphenate DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
rest is no new October "pe-can and "pea-nut," woaldn'tthey-
n ,the Kissimmee. Postoffice 1890 I saw three large vessels The editor of the Record must have Kaoblaafh Brothers -
loading at Tacoma Washington with been poring .over those oversea book
: lumber-each boat not only '-carryinga very steadily. for in the Issue carry Comer Emmttt and Orlando KISSIMMEE Telephone No. 171 :
holdful but also crowded: with a ing the above comment I find that .

deckload. I asked the destination of he writes it "Salute to the Colours" _.
'TER JVlS..SUIT : the lumber and found it was going -whereas the American language -- -- r
,.: to New York-and that.was prior to hasn't had a fa." in colors aince Noah w
: the opening of the canal; consequently Websterused to borrow a sharp .

'.,i,. J those boats carriedtheir, knife that he might whittle down a JtJ,
91 v :...., loads away "around the Born" goose-quill into a pen.. \ .

':. ; . I' Seeking the reason for this long Anyway I like Herb Felkel of "And 'Man; Ho'W'11Did Eat: '
shipment'when therewas a railway the Record who I. real docile at times ; ,
For Particular Call On
BSm : : , ., . ,"; ,: \\T _"\ : ' ..
f.'I"
,, V system direct to New York from and frequently has spasms of san '' ,,' ,''\ !>; ;i'-; : \
that northwestern city il, was'' told ity. If he shall have the 'temerity Real Food!" : ) I'\\'j\r"\ -," :( '" .'I"q'' .
_ that thecharges by boat would be after this to put an "a" In' coconut e'
F.: A.NAVE slightly more than one-half'' the or start off the.word with a "k." I'll
rates by rail. I wondered at that I stand for it from him. Yassum.

1 also wonder now. Yassum.. Looking back now, to those vacation days, i '

k '19'' Sproul Avenue KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA : WHY THIS* *SECRECY* 666 cures Malarial Fever. there's a lively kindling of joy-even in the 4' '
:
I have noticed this note: memory of appetite at camp-fire meals. 1

....... '0' .......... ..00......... 0 u" 000 o .. 0 uo When the venerable and aged
;, .. County Prosecuting Attorney Home Demonstration Column Real food-and real hunger!
(Compositorllease use caps)
.' bailiwick That's the year-around relationship between

7, Every possible means is used MISS ALBINA SMITH appetite and Grape-Nuts-that and wholesome '
Get a Good ,Night's RestSleep To keep the matter quiet. crisp -
J gift from the
Milton Pledger knows a lot great outofdooraotbeper-

i i. Just But not about automobiles.The fected goodness of N ture's best food grains.
as Boceesaryto first time an agent The Roselle Season
health Tried to sell him a car There-is being produced in this '
r. as food. The There's a flavor and charm to Grape-Nuts
On the plan of a-dollar-down section of the state a considerable ; ,
ability: to sleep depends on And then another dollar quantity of that famous East India that appeal to the appetite like the tang of the {?

,the; condition of the nerves. Every time the agent caught him, plant known as roselle. Here, as summer camp, and there's a scientific balance of
'
,. well aa in the country where it or-
Milton asked the solicitor
nutrition and
a readiness of digestion that 'make
Dr. Miles' Nervine completely elucidate iginated the fleshy calyces are used
-. The method of peregrinationMilton for jellies, for the filling of tarts Grape-Nuts a wonderful aid to health and-vigor. ,
.i? a Insures a good night's rest ( likes to use big words) for marmalades, for sauce., and the
like. The following suggestions are "Real food!" is the
And the man spent one full day verdict. of enthusiastic .
i It will ,help any nervouscondition' very timely and will give satisfaction -
In describing all the work thousands who find a daily delight in the unique 1S'
-1 from to'those who try them:
sleeplessness Of-the ..several
many parts. .
'W' sweetness and crispness of Grape-Nuts and who
Roadie }
When the agent finished the job' Jelly, "
toepilepsy.; Your He said! "Now .Mister Pledger, In removing the I cut into the carry on" splendidly] with its body-building .i
,, money' back ,U the first "Everything I...perfectly plain, seed a little way and It will then be <= nourishment M
-bottle falls to benefit .' "Isn't it? Just tell me!I" easy to push the seed out leaving the
i i- you.You'll
And Pledger sighed a bit- calyx whole. Let the zest of appetite be a companion of ;
I, 1\ find; Dr. ,,Miles' Lighted another cigaret For each measure of fruit allow your indoor meals too.
!'lIecUclu.1I all drug store And then thoughtully replied: two measures of water. Boil ten
:
minutes. Cover the vessel
"Yes. Iguess it is and set
. ; Grape-Nuts is sold and served
i "= "But will you please tell me aside until cool Pour into a flannel wherever
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"Why the wheels go 'round?" jelly bag and press until no more good food is sold and served.'There's S
Anyway, Pledger was pulled juice> can be obtained. The amountof
With the car he'drives.It sugar to be used Is not more than
three-fourths cub to a of juice Ji'' '
is a well-known fact cup ;
It couldn't have been "speeding" often a- little less sugar makes a better a Reason Grape-Nuts
Written in the complaint- jelly. Boil until the jellying
---i-----r::. ; S Unless *something ahing-him;, point has been reached which i. Indicated -

Therefore it must have been b7the flaking or sheeting
That his 'spotlight '. from the spoon. Extreme care must .
Was 'audaciously spotting be exercised at this point because
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Merely because spotting was good- over-cooking will cause it to eyrup.Rosall. E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY '
f.
Marmalade
Or that the red tail-light .
'i. Wasn't wagging especially Method 1-Take the pulp left after OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSR-* FLORIDA +J

'. ' "I' '" .. .... ,II ,. ... ,." ...", Or that his dimming dimmer.Were bright-I' juice i. extracted for jelly. Add JACKSONVILLE) FLORIBASEED
\ k.'
\ / ...............""" u neglecting to dim. a little water if too thick .and an POTATOES
\ Still thinking it all over.I equal measure of sugar. Cook until Spauldlng, Number 4 Roee, Early Red Bliss Triumph and Irish Cob- 1biers
'have, reached the decision l ,reache. 220 degree. F. or untilIt
r 8,098iMiles, ; Adjaslmeflt t on Fabrics That while he thought absolutely, has the consistency of fruit bit We are now ready to quote contract prices. for December and January
',1," , i \ )ji. He, was going like the wind ter. Be careful not to scorch. (An delivery. i
Our Seed Potatoes- the
,",,. ,.';j> II. ,,' < And making a loud noiseLike asbestos mat 'will aid in preventing. are highest seed.quality Main grown .elected r
.(,I''{'::.:,....'' .., ,t-. 12,800< Niles 'Mjlsb e t H.J'Cords 'A' tipped-over silent policeman scorching.) Advise quantity and variety you will want. '
; '.. : ;, .Rosallee Sauce *
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,. .' -" He was blocking the traffic- MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS
And ,was arrested on that charge If the.roselle is to be'served as a Hlve with
;:J, AllilJu.fuaentB/ Made r Here' When ,Pledger cross-questioned, sauce 'use equal 'measures' of the made rood one who both plant the emal thousands gardener.f acrea.andfarmerahd the. '..,, ',
H. calyces and of water cook until ten.
.. ; goes 1rOOroo'and grins; .Plant Tout' :Fall Crops with Uartln'e Hy-Teet Seeds and Insure' Re-
.
I h (1"\" , This ,might silly Indicate;" der. .About .ten minutes gives a ten- sults. ,
That he was carefully bearing'The der product. Sweeten to taste,' and FALL CATALOGUEMartin's
;" /White Man's Burden allow the.sauce to,come again i to the Fall Seed Catalog le now rea. Write for It.. Everyone
; When the arrest 'was made boiling'-point 1ft''order to''t be' certain interested In Florida. Fall and \VlnUr.tfrepe should ,avail t1i.m.el"e. '4
:. GLA Y =& THOMAS But where-he-can get'any burden! that aU,the.supr'Is' dissolved.' 'The on request to those contained who send la 'our In their-aerlptive names catalog promptly.Supplied Wri FREE e for
When the same be rubbed through a sieve '
may '
county was so dry '
-- .,lt today - ' --
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,. ./Ntpi 'AreMe.,Carat ,...., 2Z E1s.T1 I'd like.'him .to-1' give explanation, product.- This gives avery excellent ,,E.', A. M1RTINSERD' ; ,COMPANY. s'

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1 "' ,LOCATES IN. KISSIMMEE'I: THE FORUM: r rOar
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A ;, Mr.. and Mrs. C.. Schlnnerer, who OSCEOLAIIARUWARE COM'YNext

were in Kissimmee a short time last ,. . . . .. . .
season: were so attracted to the place Girls AM Mac Te Blame "
= that,they recently came back and .
;have, purchased a: large acreage, just Editor of The' Gazette: /j -
beyond Rosehlll cemetery, where they In' this article"I ,do not ,mean to- j
T will make their, home. The newcomers ,Icy all' the blame on the 'shoulders
I [ 1lArT rL1tY tAM .*-' p 'have been for years residents of of our 'dear girls for ''the) shortcomIngs -
M/Il. MWT.M K..n..... They went there when the and mistakes of'OUI: boY.1 but
> country-waeyoung: .- -Ther, ftt.there In.-a- large..way they are. .m..
with no funds.They went there when Take for instance the habit of smoking
s eggs were a draj: on the market at clgarets. The !girls not only allow
six cents the dozen-when._round- the boys to smoke in their.comp -
steak sold at ten cents the pound and tnit"-many of them in some
the market man threw in a large 'place smoke themselves.
Columbia Dry Batteries piece of liver or a nice soupbone "j.st In the way of using bad'language,
work better and Urt1 for' luck"andwhen there were no I bad words or cu..ingt aa You: like.
automobiles. They made good. Now I do not mean the regular
long** You
waiit they have decided that it is well to back-alley cursing, but 'word that
-FosI s1LiA ibtuun come' to this locality where, they may should not fall from the refined girl'sor T ,'t.
'' enjoy the. warmer we.thernd at woman's lips. >The women and ;
=jot f x ln the"quick.st the) same time may "make expenses." girls of our country hold the civic and
fat dry batten..'I Ituhrins! : '.Mr/ Schlnnerer brought' some religious destiny .'of our.nation in
.. I I. 0:10-' cull.. garret.on their hands and the is what
r-: blooded i atock'from his home farm- question ,
= :I........ tK. Ford START'your .Ford car (,Quick no some stock not yet yearlings'-and are they going to do about it T Some wr.,
whII.ww..l'w.e.nd cold the weather,on feels what have the girls 'to do .
confident that because of the may say .t'4:; :
to tot* w MK r"ballu"T a Columbia"Hot Shot" Ignition Bat time of'year in which the change was with itf Glrlellet me' tell you there ,-,
\ No. 1461 One package 6 volts made they wiH!make good., Although is not a b that has' passed
tery ,
they are in a lIew'putar. 'he has the age'of 12 years and some much
*.MrUfctfUrr ;>_f w..dn Superior to a caked-up group of ordinary found that some ticks have already younger but his whole desire is to Monday November 21the
wW-.....,.ffMirHmfl cells'Works better,lasts longer. gotten on the stock, but he I. looking pIe.... or displease some girl. Some .

cell it ...d.d.... Ideal for engines too. closely after them, and believes they boys will do much for one girl to '
AJbmMt*Sfttug Clif stationary gas : season/for begins: ,and we' are 'ready tooutfit
.. will all pull through. It is generally please her while he would not do open, ,,game
_imf Ptttt flm* m For bells and buzzers need but
j; you, anything for.. another. 'I find the
understood that.it is fatal to bring
one'Columbia "BelV Ringer.. Little northern.stock to this..state-but Mr. trouble,,With most girls is that whena '' ;hunting. and fishing. parties to the full' limit. of ef.ficiencyJ. ;

package-big power.; Schinnerer, being a t cattleman= of boy-gets-in bad they .trv to makea We are the.Winchester. '
much experience in the middle west, hero or a' martyr of him Insteadof :
1 Sold by electrician*, .uto'accessory hops mildly reproving him,' .
feels confident that he' will make bung 1
.1 end garages, hardwire and general .More. good with them.' him to do better,;:' thereby ) Store'. .
'ThenapteCoUwnUa U on the labeL him over the rough places of.life. .
Such
men aa Mr;: Schlnnerer are a v
great asset to the county. He feels There Is another -thing I find thatis c and! have a, fine 'line of their Guns and .Ammunition. **
that he must learn much regarding hurting us.'' That Is boys and : .
: Columbiafftwjrjatt I the conditions in Osceola county-but .girls are thrown too much on an equality .
.
the I has that real Kansas grit that has in'the civic and business 'life. : .n. .*%(
pulled that state'out of the conditionof 'It starts in the athletics in our <; We Arc 'Glad;-- .,fo?' -

8att1:1'1CS tienpondency: hard times, and schools, such as basketball and ..oth 4' . ,
: there is no reason why.he should not er games where girls have to use a If
number of 'Jtarted .
to see -new building,enterprises'
J.9er do well here as soon as he becomes good deal -of brute force to'win, for a [ up.Our"

acclimated.. there is very little of science in such salsa of building inaterial rare1; the-,largest ever-'and----- .""'..
games. Then the way they' have to
Rsb Rbeamat a. dress is to modest- we stand tractor -'with* tool and 'ina
-My.Tismfor disgusting a . ready to equip. o .* I ,

1.b.c1i'WM I* Aaybody Advertises Their WasJs" Ia The Valley Gantte, OSCEOLA COUNTY'S QUOTAOF life minded"where person.the girl Then and in the women'business are terials.! ,/ '' 'f* .,

STATE ONE-MILL TAX . having to compete with men 'and -oOo-= .... ..
meet the hard problems of life. No

1 ., FOR, SCHOOLS. IS $921.75 i wonder that the lives of..our peopleare LET us FIGURE;WITH Y u'i'
shortened!
.The semi-annual{ ;; of being .
(
the state one-mill levy for.school purposes There is another phase to this - .- .. '
Why about it- has been' figwed,out by the problem. Take a.man who I Is in
guess -. '. ,. : state superintendent of instruction, business of some kind. Let ,him be '

William N. .Sheats, and the report out all .day and'up'lnto the night :HAmWAIiCOM'N
When" can know about it? r.a r. has been turned over to the state wrestling with the business problems OSCEOLA
you. : ; comptroller. The entire sum to be when he comes in at night he ; .
.
wife ..
apportioned Ms $131,304.62--and the needs the sympathy of a loving .

average per pupil to be returned to to cheer him, but suppose both have ., - ';. ><. -- ...
the various counties is 75c. Osceola been out all day competing one with
Suppose said- .
guide county!.' accredit 'with 1229 pupils the. other in a business way. Suppose . . -
; the wife is a school teacher. ;- -- "
1 which brings buck 9921.75 to the
"This way there's a safe and pleasant county. The smallest number of .Hew much sympathy do yon supposeshe '
pu-
. road> to.your destination, wiUvxio risks or, >ils Is. in Glades county-332; thearrest has with for about him after she children has ,worried all IordiiVX625
forty
number In Duval 16388.
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troubles the =7 -
t. --
way"and Hillsboroughis' a close second with day?' None at all. No wonder he
j picks tap his hat and coeol'ltoth.( I
Dade third with .
14,492 while comes .
"That there's road that ; ' Lodge down the street
way a a good 6,738. or on corner

many have stalled on and turned back J to tell or listen to smutty stories,to ,.' .' .
'' '
V your child eats ravenously at come back late to find that his wife "
from, but you may- get through.. .." times: and at other times has no appetite is still at the dance, club .or picture 'fj rEv ivFiel: l :: : J./'

at all, look out for worm I show Do you wonder at so many . ...
-::
Which would you take? White's Cream Vermifuge is the rem. divorces .. .
edy to use. It cleans them out. Back to my subject. We are having
Postum is a thoroughly agreeable and Price 85c. Sold by J. Z. Roberson.** trouble with .some' of our high
school boys and instead of the girls '
satisfying meal-time drink and you'restore SPEEDING PROSPERITY .: using their influence to get them to f.O.l.Mn.1 r '

that it's perfectly' safe' for health. BY STIMULATING PUSH do ,light.some of them, are' taking:
sides with them and advising themto
Coffee contains drug: qualities which disturb The Rotary Clubs of America have do things that would, make it

and harm the health of many. undertaken to take the first steps worse,. And why? Because,girls as
towards creating better timesthoughout. well as boys are cultivating a spirit
Postum or coffee? Which road? the entire country, and of rowdyism and a disregardthat:
have suggested a plan which meets I rules -and laws and, are

Why guess when you can know? the heartiest endorsement. of President refinement that is file salvation. .of: ":
'. the nation. : ;
On -December first and for three Do away with the refining Injfluence .
. .i:(. ', Possum comes in two forms Instant Pottom(in tin) months thereafter a hundred thousand of the women and would notI Ptlll7pS i
4, ' ...... ,,,'nuul instantly In the cup by the addition of boiling'water.. 24-sheet billboards, in ten thou j{give a flip of my finger for this old Water DOeS{:

.. \".'. f ih'<'\" ' Poatam CeI'M1'(1D peckacM of \mrg.r balk, for thoM who. sand newspapers and In about two I;nation. The nearest to,, an angel In _> .... .. __ 4' ,
..' \ ., ".'f., !1i! J!, lrK. to cult*the drink while the meal i* wag prsp.r.d) million store windows wil1.appear,this world is a real refined lady and ., '>I,
t::t\."" /:' r', 11,W-s. b7 bohngtor 10 lain its.. Sold by aU crocer j L. signed messages from the presidentand 'the nearest to the devil i.,a woman
,other public men to the peopleof steeped In crime. . Jo' '.
'"' the United States, all working to-iSo, I 'would advise 'you, mothers
Postum for Health ward the better day in business and and, fathers'. whatever you do., look
general understanding between aU ii after" your girls for they can be'the

'There's a Reason" classes. !salvation, of this world. Job
The space, labor and materials are J 1. GAB. WOOD[ ALL. F
donated, the Rotary Clubs obligating ...
to carry the "Message of Prosperity"to NOTHING MORE CHARMING .. .

all points .throughout the country THAN COURTHOUSE PARK ,You can plow,disk,+,
so that'8,000 cities towns and ham
I WHEN FULLY ILLUMINATED s11os harrow,harvest .
lets may be- reached. The message : : ;
delivered will cost more than $1,500- Already does Enamet street thresh .bale' hay \
000 and not even the war record will present ,
equal the effort in. either cost or la- a much more attractive after gnad'feed' ,fill 'be-
night appearance even though aU ,. .
bor.The spirit of the undertaking is the white-lights- about thecourt siloj saw.. wood,. ''
; '
0 L S. house premises are not .yet fully In
tier, summed up in thy slogan: "Pro per- '
4 ty will speed up as soon as you dol" stalled. Only those upon the four corners pump: water; pujl-:

A national plea will be made by this were illuminated the latter portion ' ,Btumps,' ',do.roadA'': ; .
of last week of
the
-some
means for better team work, for the :
'
better understanding and a speedingup standards not having been placed at :work;or any: others I .,/Aft'
;' .,' u of production to bring down prices that time-yet the brightness wasapparent ;arouna ..
that are-still too high. for a considerable distance, ft
tend the advance lighting indicatesto I Ypower'9ob,quicker
To cola J the visitor the charming effect
that will be' brought about when the easieriand ;at;less'J; '.

: Partiality 'of the Scriptures. 1 remaining eight standards are in ,.' 'cost tb'ybuwiti{ : "
theVFordson
:; .! a place, crowned with the large lamps, ," .,
In the old when and forth : *
- good days men and sending their brilliant .. ,' Tractor..:
.
cities were rivals instead of colleagues ''glow. There will not be'another (

neighbors and things, there'courthouse in the state where so :TVenty-four, .boors:. i each'
of .
= Produce Both was a Norwegian member of the charming immediate surroundings 'dajr f 9 '
school board .Minneapolis,who was and so brillant. yet modest, illuminations 1 ; ezyrwortdng.day'in. ,
With' Purina Chows asked to vote .on whether not the may be found.. ;;the year-it wflt give mazitnum >
Bible should be read each day at the '
service
; ;" "LJyit but
opening of the -schools. The Scandi DAILY BUS TO MELBOURNE ; ; ,

., ' navian took a' week to decide the ,COMMENCED LAST MONDAY powerful: geta .&omJob: ?f,
do Pnrina-fed hens
Why. matter. Then he said: "I hairs read- I .to ;Job :.quickly.. 'l"Easy.to'
I lay more eggs right through ng dat Bible beque an' xlonVwantlira Believing in the; future of the '
*,I : the moult If a because . read in the skules. I find he say business. which will be developed between I i*operate ''and, conko.effi' -- .

t they get more protein and .:\ whole lot 'bout Sent Paul an' not one Kissimmee and the east coast, cient, economical and aboveell
it takes Iota of it for feathers dam word 'bout Minneapolis."-Se- and anxious to help build up a traffic ,DEPENDABLE, \ r. ,,
bring Messenger. which will redound to the benefit '
and Feathers (
. eggs. run PURINA of both termini as well as to the In- :", Get in the power-farming frame of mind I ,/t ..,
aa high as 90% protein. Every farm home should make its t
.. CHICKENCHOWDER butter. the terlying -country, an autobus line on noW;Can phone-or drop us a;card for .I
Whites of eggs'are nearly .._ ; own Write to State College Monday- commenced daily trips between : 'q
for Women, Tallahassee, and request facts:' See the Fordson in" "
all protein. Feed a balanced: Kissimmee and .Melbourne "1 practicaloperation. :
f a copy of Bulletin No. 12. This -. -; .
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ration and the route will be extended to \\7r
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,
I t will tell you now to do It. 'i 1 V'f'
r _._ Indialantlcalways rannlnlr'on ./
' : Enough Protein for \ -- ---- -- schedule unless delayed by some . it'I ;/ '".... ....,
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CORRECTENGLISHHOW : mishap enroute. The new line Is I '
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Feathers-ami Egg*. 1', P. TIMMONSAataerued to '
:- styled the L. & M: Motor Line Company ,
.1 'Purina Chows keep the hens - TO USE IT and is under the management .
L' J j(I of P. L. Love, who proposes to make Dealer i Eiuimu.e-Florida. .
.. . from robbing their flesh to PURINA Kissimmee his home. ,

r get the materials they need HEN CHOW JOSEPHINE) TURCK. BAKER. E.".. There is a great deal of travel 'be- #' '*' -4 ,: .
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r- a
r Get a shorter moult..an4 __. tween these two cities every day.

1. morawintereggs. Aakabout ,.... MONTHLY. MAGAZINE .1.1f1.M The general run of people' do not for 'Uter
a moment comprehend that. from
, the' Purina ..Guarantee .
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y ; twenty to thirty carsat present -
THE TEAR
J make the. trip each day-yet. there
.,' More Eggs or "
,. _Seacl 10 Ceats for Copy ",are,many days when that number "and thus make <,connections with located in' points Interst.d'In'tbM' 1 '
Bade
Money;,; o- ---I I will be considerably increased 'As the busline which brjnga'( passengersfrom run will 'girt 'publicity 'to,:tht. aecommodation. :
: KISSIMMEE WHOLESALE GROCERY' :COMPANY Distributors -'I' : 1 rapidly 'as good paving will be, extended the south and arrive just after line irhch'will'
:.. ComctE: .gii.l+ i PaUisUafCompaay'': the' run.mgtime"wU1 be-: 'reduced his present leaving-time:, :.Mr Love many a traveling1. man.who"
w :. KISSIMMEE .FLORIDA' : : r ILLINOIS by this pioneer In the business, Is deserrlnjr: of a., eat-deal'of of pub- the shortest possible' rua'bi
.r . . 001, ;, -YAnrrou.: ; r'r ,.and soon.he will. try?., .to start. a.bitla-. ._ clt.rr-and I It U .hoped that ,papers two-""riven. ' ,,points. /,; "V"" 4

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$ PEPTOMAKGANjtEEPSJIOOD Stanley, James Hitchcock! Elisabeth
G. Moneley,'Theta Phay.. -

Good.. 1le.t'or batha:, with,-May water,DjJMtM direct-from* ( PURE Twelfth Oliver.. Gradei. Clara," Ploeti. Ruby r;- ir : WIr

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Rubbed into the akin for rheunia
medicinal welL Open ,Tueaday, r
t'r Thursdays, /Saturdays, from 9:80 a. Growing ,CMdrea.. Need. platy of Usm. neuralgia, contracted muscles, r .
sprains lameness Ballard's Snow ,
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or
in.to 6:00 l>. m. A' nort drive from Red Cell .. BloodWhen
__ ..Liniment goes right through the IJeah.trthnplleenmrPainamlTem.
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.w5 KSaiiaunee.!.. 4 ---- -- -"----------- ; .,.-..
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the body Is growing, '
water t be left young cause It is a powerful pair .; --u
+ Order for the may children frequently experience weak reef
Thre,6 sizes, SOc. 60c and
"at residence, C14 Patrick, street. ness. Girls and boy*,/ sometimes play $1.20 per bottle. Sold. by J. Z. Rober.
too hard and over-tax their system son. ** :
''4 ,:CHAS. ,NEID. Owner They become pale, weak, and sickly. I f .
t They lose their appetite., become ADVERTISING, WILL HELP I i. ',": +

languid, ahd- are_ ..not able. to make RESTORE: \ NORMAL BUSINESS '. ". II''J' '
progress in school work, "Growingtoo <
+, ,J. W. THOMPSON fast" is often true. It is most Advertising Is more necessary today
important to keep the blood of grow- '' to,, manufacturers and retailers "
Director ing girl and boys in a healthy, state.PeptoMangan than,ever before. It can be used to : You'll enjoy the,

Funeral keeps the blood help restore.the proper balance of,,the ,. .
pure. The red cell in the blood'are trade, produce more work through fro,
AND Increased They carry life-giving emptying the dealers' shelves. ,The y '
; oxygen to all parts of the body, and sooner any business-and especially sport !of! rolling ,
LICENSED: CMBALMER- '
wholesome youthfulness blooms l the retail bu.lneaa-prlee their pres r '
again in clear complexions a, ,bright ent inventories that the :i
f so public will '
t Store! and Chapel St.w.rt.A"..." eyes and,, buoyant spirits. Sold both rush In and buy, the sooner salesmen 'em with P. A..! 'r'rFIRST
? YiSIltMaH{.-FLORIDA in liquid and tablet form by drug- who now have goods to,,sell 'will havean : )
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guts everywhere. The name "Gudc's
opportunity to get real substantial .
Pepto-Mangan" li on the'package.. orders. from the retailers. "" '- ':)f.,

, SUFFER,PAIN,,?; Advertiaeent Orders from retailers will help the thing you do next. And,. besides Prince L'Albert's i

Head Tnl W..','Adrk manufacturers make up their mindsto ..
-- delightful flavor
.SALE OF CHRISTMAS SEALS help sell their goods to the consu- get 'some makin'spapers ,
Springdale, J(".'-"I WM fa a rnadowa i TO HELP CONSUMPTIVES. mer through advertising'' Such advertising [ and some Prince there's its freedom. from bite )
and inonth suffered -
condition .
every and the
Mia.troabbbad taken w get for fe0 t- WILL.SOON 'BE COMMENCED quality of the merchandise are right Albert tobacco and puff away and parch which is cut out by )
a aloe but seemod DO results - will the ,
help retailer sell the"consumer .r.M."tiie'.J- 'ahome made cigarette .our exclusive patented proc-
from the treatment It was through my According' to a recent bulletin of at less cost than through :eursaT: sari on -
;, daugat r- Pieroe's Favorite Prescription and decided -, has the ,lowest tuberculosis death When you stop to consider that an P. A. from till you : +
{ smoke sun up
w.e' cylinders I
'E I would try .It.:"' I took a few doses rate of< any of the southern st.te'l advertiser may use national, local nri firnm* .
or -
whea at her home in whea I which is 105 per hundred thousand --.I.wk.4. slip between the sheets with-
newspaper at a cost of
ame home!I .took it regularly.>It surely- of-the population, while the average I-lOot campaign 4 No, use Sitting-by and saying -
f a cent per home reached,.you -.'- out a comeback."Prince :.
-, belpiicllDl very IDUQIa.---n&D"ytha' for the registration area of the 'lLcash.this .
understand
can readily why maybe you
'Favorite Prescription' .Is a good newspaper -
very '
' u; remedy'! for women in a run-down ooadjUon United the United State. States for the Is 125.6 registrationof the advertising pays so weU.It hunch tomorrow! Do it while Albert the tobacco :

."-Mr or*if.troubled Henry Howard with feminine, Route 1.trouble. state having the highest rate being advertising proper buying of t be the used consumer to restore ; the going's good, for man-D' that revolutionized pipe '. ,

6 Tennessee. This same'bulletin says: -and I know it can if properly used If could :
If you bav the abovementionedsymptoms .inah you can't figure out smoking. you never
"The fact that Florida has a lower -then the '
should Mr. automatically unemployment f
profit by
Ward' advice you; and get the. "rr-r; death rate from tuberculosis thanany problem will be solved quickly.So . , whatyou'repassingbylSuchflavor smoke a pipe forget iU!
tioa" from your druggist at once. To I b. othet of the southern states in let us all set about to sea whatwe such coolness, such You can-AND YOU WILLif .... ':; ;
,
t bad in tablets or liquid; or write Dr. the .registration' area, and so many can do to help solve this unemployment ...
Fierce'Invalid' Hotel in Buffalo,N.Y. lays of favorable atmosphere, should problem by getting behindan e-ish-ness-well'the only you use Prince Albert

lot.free. medical advice. lead to a harder fight than" ever before "Every American build a home" way to get the words ,emphatic _ packing! ,It's a smoke "i'for
against this disease.!
campaign-and also through efforts -
our .
} R. H. Hixson, executive secretaryof to help the retailers clear their "enough"is to-go'to it revelation; in a .Jimmy pipeor

the Florida Public Health Association shelves through energetic and persistent and know yourself! v: a cigarette!I.
RHEUMATIC.QUICKLY ACHES .attributes< the low death rate advertising and salesmanship. .
t in large part to the strong campaignof William H. Rankin. 'h
< education that has been waged by _
RELIEVED the state board of health tuberculosis To provost a cold take 666. -
associations, women's clubs and
'\\t MO5 racking,agonizing rheumatic other civic bodies through the cooperation FLORIDA INDUSTRIES J
) ache b qaickty{ relieved by aa tip of the newspapers. Mrs- RiNGEALBERT'.
pHcatkw eafolk.Liniment. Celeste J. Fripp, who is chairmanfor Sarasota ha let contract for sew
lv For forty all over the the sale of tuberculosis Christ- er work to cost around $16.000. '
world hew found.$loan' to be the ma teals for Klssimmee and one of San Antonia I* advertising for |*.c;. I tmokf ;
{ natural enemy of pain* and adka. the local ."representatives'of th Flor bid fot a $6,000 issue of light bonds. 1M national joy _' .

;? lpeaeltilai I ida" Public Health Association : Preparation are being made. to
says .. p
F 'I.
YM CM ten by tea beahby. "According to the records build a laundry at Arcadia. "
-.ting odor that Uig<> consumption
J'
IbdT'* S" 1** < vTZ7',1, *t
Arcadia
i In Oaceola eonntytast'year. Because to manufacture citrus
1_ lamef heuJ! for neiiraigic. of_the_ greatest decrease" in products from the fruit that has "Inasmuch have done it fthe of ,
"t jOtD* inch death throughout,the country I heretoforegone.to_wsste... _It will_be as ,ye uitaoae, lest t
l ,
traia and tJdwgKSJZl'KS7o
i apralna. ir
; baa been where there 'ha 'been the known-as the Arcadia Citrus Products \
greatest educational effort and sup Company and will 'be IcaptUized these :

port of such work through' the sale around $15,000.Sebrine .
of tuberculosis Christmas seals ,we is negotaiatino the in.-Christ
Y'V are 'gome; to try'' to raise, the most chase of the light and water pant
of that city. It has heretofore been
jnnnenf money..we have ever done to furtherthe
t educational health work of ,the privately owned.
I public health association. We believe The $600,000' bond Issue voted by t woman and child in Florida to these words of The
A 'no'patient can protect himself and Lake county will be placed on sale f% h
,' Sckski ;,'hi* family unless' he knows he has the first of next month. They will ; Christ-in connection with THANKSGIVING DAY ;

,, consumption.: The1 state ,association use..the funds derived for road build- _____ ,
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and the little homeless orphan and needy children
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J & ? ekpect: to furnish a series of clinics in a-. _. __ . .- -
M era ty'.Itff next-year-.achJng .very- unty-that.< Lacrderdate will coon hay. a ntwplaning of our State that are coming DAILY under the 4
sells AI much as $125 worth of mill and novelty"wdTks. '
5 1 seals So we 'expect to secure 'one H. II. Well and J. C. Blackburn are' care. of The Children' Home Society oY Florida i -
ore clinics. erecting a three-story building ..t
0r
The minimum requirements for Chipley. from EVERY SECTION the State, from weeyy'

the work of the association in 1922 Leesburg is to have free mail delivery helpless babes 'up.
call .for: '$60,000.( To reach this a* soon'as th street-sign can on
amount it'will be thatithe{ be placed and the houses numbered.It rrt HUNDRED
necessary. t OVER TWELVE of these little
fourteenth annual sale' Christmas
t J
k. tuberculosis seals. reaches ten seals of all is estimated that one-third of 'one have'ALREADY. received the aid''and care of'
A' per capita. This I I. a amaal i,amount persons gainful employ in : ' , .
the 'Uuited States women." ,
are
our Society THIS 'ear--or th.n'.JCur ,
r Tr to average for 'the prevention of: tuberculosis. ) more new

for Osceola. It mean total. .of $700 CONTINUED GROWTH OF '.>. homeless and orphan children each day. Our tr
county. ", A:i ,
FLORIDA. TIMESUNIONIn : Three Homes in Jacksonville and PeniacoU are
vtv
66$ quickly relieve a,cold. j I
i.Ji Y keeping with its policy of constant crowded to their utmost (fapacity. We need good : .
improvement the Florida .
I HONOR ROLL OF PUPILSOF i
v, I r Times-Union has added to its col homes for our boys and girls badly. Will .YOU !
I II KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS umns several new features, which
sass Makes aO
FOR THE'SECOND MONTH are sure to 'meet the approval of its ,: take one or more> We venture to SUGGEST that the. FINEST and most PRACTICAL I

metalware reader. Among them is the publication Thanksgiving offering that YOU could possibly make this year-would be, a contribution '
ookHke new First Grade
James Goodman; II. of a complete novel a week
A. Hess, James Rouse, L. R. Tyson, by such well known authors as Booth (no matter how big or small it may be) to help us provide good homes of love and care

Billie Tyree' Catherine Butler, Amy- Tarkington, Robert W. Chambers, and opportunity for these hundreds of little ones who otherwise would grow .up in poverty t
lea Campbell, Hildegrade Chapman, Frank Blighton, Bertha Sheafer,
Ruth _Deyoreo. LaTrelle_ Grantham John D.Swain and Frank II. Spearman ignorance vice sin crime disease and neglect-and be a menace to our state-if

SS AIr Edna Floyd, Emma Millard Kathryn and the series includes a num- they did not die of starvation. *
o Smith, Beatrice Luesing, Lottie Par- ber of novelette. by Bret Harte, j
tin,' Louise Drigg rs, W. C. Allen which have never been released for The great work of The Children' Home Society of Florida' i is STATE-WIDE and
Fleda Milar, Betty Newby WinfredBrooke ;; newspaper publication. Books by
NON-SECTARIAN. For TWENTY it has extended its aid and'provided good homes
Rosalie Carr, Dorothy Kick- these authors generally sell for $1.50 year
lighter, Martha Lee Wilkerson.. each so the reader can readily appreciate -for over 8000 Homeless, Orphan and Needy little Florida Kiddies. -
Second Grade: Elizabeth Deyoreo, the additional value receiv- The work i i.
contributions
James Chitwood Martha .Chitwood, supported entirely by voluntary' of money, food and

James Davis, Edna Barclay, Elizabeth ed.Good Night Stories by Blanch Silver clothing. We hate no endowment fund, and no support from the City. County or State

It conetta Cotterman Auttman., Thelma Yates Ja- is another of the popular new Treasury. W are in IMMEDIATE NEED of funds to continue our great work-in fact
George Rene feature.
Mgndtins Key, While intended primarily
rob Ledbetter Pat Miller, Henry Nave, for children,parent also,enjoy these we MUST secure; MORE money or give up the work.-- .
tdbt
Donald Steinman Hubert Smith, charming' stories and so great 1*
*
+ ueea+eA Morris Lee YbwelL their educational ,value that in many We EARNESTLY PLEAD for a THANKSGIVING; CONTRIBUTION from YPU- si

h. Third, Grade j J. B. Bronson, Bil- ot the larger' cities the stories are fromyour CHURCH-your LODGE-your SUNDAY SCHOOL-your PUBLIC SCHOOLyour
lie Bell, Jim Campbell Charles Gran read In the primary grades of ichooL
ibrliterature end Ice list'Quiy them Cecil Gresham Frederick Gilbert Many other ,features, appear daily .. WOMAN'S CLUB-your LADIES' AID SOCIETY MISSIONARY SOCIETY

. J. J. Griffin, Howard Higdon, or, Sunday. More telegraph and more YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY fact from EVERY organization that would be willing to
Walter, Roberta Earl Steinman, Arthur state news I I. being printed than ever '
Snodgrass,' Thelma Champagne, before. The quotations on, its market aid us in our wonderful IMPORTANT work.R. .

Lois Jordan, India Lesley, Ellie Ruth page are accurate and'upto..tbe
.
V. Covington is our Treasurer-428 Saint James Building. Jacksonville. Florida.
McLeod
Sadie Alvey, ,Elizabeth minute.. Sports are given special at '
Bass, Mary Barclay,," Benito Cooper, tention. Its woman' page i i. of daily Send him your check or money order today please-before you overlook it and be happy

Mildred Carr. Lesley Joiner; Susie service to the housewife. Many illustrations in the joy of service to others.
4. pr* fC1age New'Dlsoovery'wll ioh Mae Stalling., Irene Smith, Emma are published during a
t very and Woodall Mary France. Smith, Rodney week's time visualizing -
t' g.essilo new events We wilT be DELIGHTED, SECURE PACKAGES-BOXES
I wish Carr Matthew Davis to or BARRELS of chil
tiay ,. Ferris of local interest. From an editorial
knew whit do do faiyour' ?When Millard, Bllll. Partln. Jack, f yree. standpoint the Times-Union ranks dren' clothing: -canned goods jellies, :-preserves, syrup honey, chickens, meats fruit, vegetables -
q; tho cough 6r.t come., give a little Dr.' '"'Pour h. Grade Fannie Fore, Doris with the foremost papers of the Send 1944
turkeys, eta to Riverside
Avenue. Jacksonville Florida-Or
Isw Discovery a.directed,and Keene, -Marie Me Far land.,Lola Peaks, country, its editorial being widely to 501
b eased.'y -" Alta Ruth Oyeratrect. "> Alice Bass, quoted. Blount Building Pe s.cola. if you live in West Florida.
-' good'faId1y sough and cold Raymond Dayson: Harry' Bert Dale For the convenience of its reader .

'Imedy.too., Loose.s up the phlegm.ekamp William Prather,. Clifford Fertlc, the Times-Union baa secured a mot .
up the cougb relieve. the corngirs Virginia Barber, Oliver'Carson.Ha- I up-to-date .six-page wall chart '86x- The Children"sHorne Society of Florida
For fifty ley Duke, Carolyn Griffin Joseph 28 inches) the first page bearing
a staoo for colds Jed'ordat. Joy Makinson, Earl ,Rem map of Florida showing Dixie Un
is sp.ghs, grippe, At'your drhggistt.. ington. Lon-Tyson.1Fifth .- .. ion, Sarasota, GI.d.se Highlands' '"FLORIDA'S
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w fOc,a $ vDr. "j Grade Delia Fleming Doris Charlotte and Hardee- the newcoun- GREATEST CHARITY"Slate

.Goodman Alma Shuman, Flan ties created by the last legislature. Headquarter. 428 Saint James Building Jacksonville. Florida
Kin 's.ew ence Thompson Gladys: Wellington, ,.This is the most complete map of
Elizabeth) Steffee Arthur) Fowler. Florida available.'_ Census statistic JUDGE W. H. BAKER. President. MARCUS C. FAGG, State Superintendent

Discov Peter Makinson, James 'Perry. May- for 1920 add to attractiveness..'and

ry'Cotds'and'Cou nard Poulk. t' value.. The remaining page containa A6e6aee..O._ . .. ...eoooae.e06e666_ e6666666A_ . . . .. ... .. _ .
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hs -Wllhelmlna - - - '
Sixth Grade. Carson, map'of the United State. showing .Y YYYy.yyy 999' O
Sara, Duke Josephine. Grif/In, Ethel official automobile road; a map of .. ,. ,
patedy Here sfel Iaean.e Joiner. Cassie PartinGeneva Rob- New Europe giving present boundary 9.00 per year.' Every reader new Or
the sy.betn;? with"Dr,4 KIog's. PiUs n enon.' -Btraab-Virginia Selgler, lines and 'a< splendid map of the old. sending- .$9.00 to the Florida Bert Fertilizer ,huecticide Sprayers 'Poultry SuppHe
: prarrpt fra bile flow, stir up Stanley Chapman 'Enoch Henberg world on Van der Grinten's spherical Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, Honest Gooda Fair Prices r
the ay liver ind get at Tho goat" of the.tp.s. Rufus Subl..CJi&1'le..1)'son', .Franklin projection: 'It 1* profucely illustratd Florida,..for 'oneryear'ssubscription; ..Ask Your Neighbor He, Knows .Prompt Shipment.
.. 'All druggist; 25C. Edward ' > and bean a'm.SI of data and'statistic will be- mailed, absolutely freei of E. 0. '
PAINTER
r Seventh Grade; EdWin' 'Banes. for general .reference.... "_ ; charge,:one. '.of, theaer. splendid chart FERTILIZER CO.. Jacksonville, p7ortda
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Frances' Bailey. '' The Timea-Union should be In every .* :- r- ." ::45- Get I August J-1921,: Price:List Now', 'flll1 ahia, SIMON, PURE"and
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Eighth Grade; Eugenia Akerman, home in Florida. Its ubscrip- "GEM .

Mary Kxitz/Mary f Louise Snodcr***. Lion, price. U'only. 85c;per month -0' .ktM ..Tisa_, _;J,.a'"paia, '' VdUer., BRANDS"V -":

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.. THE JUSSIMlliE VALLET ZS110. FRIDAY. (); ..


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4 [ PR. ,B. L-, wiLKERSON LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSKOTICR I When Abraham oln was 'a ;/ -

DENTALIDRG11ONd he for the
young man ran legislature Rose's
I Service
d Illinois badly Taxi *
of and swamped,
Located: In office formerly oecu- OF APPLICATION FOR TAX, N TICB. was ; '
pled by Dr JV.. Simpson.Offle DIiIIID': He next entered business, failed ,
Hours,: King, purchaser of TIUt Cartlnoat No. 4UIMCIAL. CIRCUIT" 8TATIII, 'OK e .
worthless
the debta of
Tele....*. ".'U 1 140, dated the td day of July A.. 1>. FLORIDA (AND FOIL OSCKOLA a partner.
-- .-.,.....j.. -1'tfr-ttar.ft Id-.atd.- trrttth-at.-t1r"'lll'" "COVTTTTCTT!v-V-',- --- rHe-waa-lnlovewltbx _-a-keautifulwoirian .. - Anywhere Anytime

(I office and ha.l- mads< 'application for to. whom he became engaged. ,
I tax deed to Issue accordance with IN RID DISSOLUTION'! OF -then died. ,
4>.....OOOO... lO OO..O..O. law. Bald certificate embraces the URBW-MIL.LRR '* COMPANY ''title -j t |
following described. property, situated A. CORPORATION.TO Later he married woman' who was .Day or Night f!
In Osceola county Florida, to-wtti a eun.tant burden to 'him. .
Yqtoell'is\ Lot a, Block B, Liberty Park. ALL PARTIES ,INTERESTED IN
: for
Entering politics>> ajrainhe ran
The said land being assesses: at the URMW-MILLKR 'COMPANY a With Wit tlt& Driver '
r t
date of Issuance 'of said certificate In corporation and whom It may congress and was badly defeated.He . or tt Ptae 264 Pad* fefel t, r
,
the name of I. R Horner.. Unless said concern then tried to get an appointmentto
| & certinoate shall,, be redeemed accord NOTICE! .1* hereby given that the the United States land office but ..,.;.J.,.)'" ri
Dray Baggage Innto law tax deed will Issue; thereon undersigned will apply to the Honorable t.
on tbs but day, "of.November, A. D C. 0. Andrews, a. Judge of theCircuit failed. l i
111 the 17th Judicial Circuit lIe' became candidate for the .
frtfe
Transfer ,Seal),, .1.'LOVERSTREET.Clerk Circuit Court.. , Florida of of Florida the. S,

''Osceola County.'Florida. November SatUrd.Yi: a10:00. m., defeated. I :
'I' 41-St ..By B. H. Bullock D. O. for an Order dissolving Drew-Miller In 1856 he became a candidate' for s'l'Fij.\'N) \ ;
a. Company a corporation In all respects
the and I
was badly L
--400 vice-presidency. C E'
.. : ,NOT'.CIq, TO CBEDITOHS.. !' Its' a.own If limitations.Its charter ,had expiredby I defeated. , ; .

; la Cevrt .f the 0...., Osewla defeated ,
.'' C....r..,State ef Vlrldrjn b..r'l.. 1921. 1 1RENJ. 1.I / THAT PROTECTSSERVICE
.
DREW.
"
"; r ''Estate of J/k,, ,!Milliard., *-*. 'M''." M.'OVERIITREET.' I One failure 'after''' another bad
+ ," 'Deceased ; M.'' MILLER.. failures great setbacks. In the
To all Creditor, Legatee. Dlstrlbu- STEEDPetlllohsrs.Attorneys of all this he becameone H
face eventually
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) v. BOYER B. ROBERTS tees and all I'arsons having Claim KRIBB8 I
; L( ''.1. i or Demand against said Estate for Petitioners? 4S-St of, the country's greatest -1II.a.: ;
You and each of you are herebynoltfled If not the greatest.'* '* THAT SATISFIES .
and required to.preeent any MOTICUOK APPLICATION FOH TAXi _
.
When think of aeries of set
claim and demands which you, or : DKKIN: you a
& RobertsWewantm1Qre1ietinge ,.
-. .
Boyer either of may have against the backs like this, doesn't it make you "
estate of 1.ou.. Hilliard, deceasedlate .NOTICE Is 'hereby4 given that a R. Feel small to become discouraged,
: of Klsslmraee Ooeola- county Florida Story purchaser of Tax Certificate think | LUPFERS' INSURANCE AGENCY: I i !,
: because having a
to the undersigned Executrix of No: inf. 188.. 180, SSI'' $98 S.8 and 85$ you you are I. .
aald estate, within two year from the dated the Sd day rot June, A. D. "". hard time in. lifeT-Praetorian Guard. .
: """"- -' -data--hereof D"* i,lias .filed. said- certificateliviny office --",,- -,
; "Wei Dated October 14;'< A.1 D. '11111.> >. and baa. mad. application' for tax The. demand for baby carriage
i. .have..proapecta-/ .for-;;Home.,.Farms, EMMA 'MYRTLE MILLIARD. deed to issue In accordance With law .
'' t.hiaare
has fallen off' about 50
t Rooming-houses,! and Hotels.* 48-St... Bxecutrlx. Bald certificate embrace the tollow4Inll' percent MOM "
I described property, situated inOsceola >
.Prompt attention, 'courteous' treatment !. Clmtt C_.... state Fle 44a., County Florida, to-wit: ":-_ _ n '_; _ ___. ,_ ._.

k and "Live and Let Live". prices ela evrsrteath V.mmtfr'.jBdletal!. C'fca.i.Clrealt.Jf. Oaee'*I ,Lot Lots 101.$1. In 81 Section and 9S, 17.In Section 111. boat house;' thirty citrus 'trees In -
I I I Lots"48. .4 and lot. In Section 10. bearing:: eighty peach trees) saddlehorse "
BOYER & ROBERTSOver Hry- : 7 .. 1 ; combination sail and motorboats '
: B.: Paroell. 'Complainant vs.Adella All In Township It South Range SO
M. Parcell. Defendant.It Bast and being according to the Seminole rowboat. Best' Bunting and G'r aa. de 4" 'Coffee H
Postoffice;, KISgiMMEE It appearing" by affidavit appended to Land and Investment Company' flablmr-ground. In the state. This !
bill' filed In the above-state cause Plat of said Sections.' I* easily the greatest bargain to be
that Addle. M. Parcell. the- defendant The said land being assessed at the found In Florida ,It Is easily worth ,
therein. earned, I* a non-re.ldent of date of the Issuance of said certificates (7,000; for a quick sale will cut the
the State of or. and I* a residentof In the name of Unknown R. price in two, and call It *S 100. Take _
Almlra New York; that she 1* over Harris, Unknown., Unknown Unknown this quicklyIt'. a snap. 8ee or 1
,
$ W. handle aD classes of the age of twenty-one year: It I I. O H. Pratt and A. W. Cow. communicate with O. P, McCabe.. Roasted Ground tiiuPiukoifFre
therefore ordered that the said nonresident den. Klsslmmee Park Florida .tto _
defendant be and she I I. hereby Unless said Certificates shall tie re*
required to appear to the bill of deemed according to law tax deed FOR' SALE--Good established drsr v
Real Estate complaint filed In said cause-on--or- Will Issue barn on the, 1Mb day of tonnewdduptodate; $000.tock. ''
before M .n1Ii.the ltl day of December December A. D. It S1. : h 'Daily a.t Sanford.; Florida
stock at Invoice and
A. U. otherwise the allegation J. U OVKRBTREET, Will sell price
of said. bill will be taken aconfeed (Circuit Court Seal) lease bulldlns Good cash proposi ,
by said. defendant.It Clerk Circuit Court. Oscepla tion. Address: It Main street, Klsslmmee. .
I* further ordered that this orderbe 4$-Jt 'County. Florida. 44-tio '
Fire Insurance published once a week for four In One Pound, Tin'Cans: "
consecutive week In The Klsslmmee Netlee *f C"._. I. MaNotice' _____ FOR SALE-Hotel! building-William Good location H.- .
small
Valley Gazette a newspaper publlsh- for hotel. **
In ''.ald County and State.This Is hereby'' given tbat'th... un'derslgned Kempfer, Deer Park.Florida.. 4.-tfo .
tTth day of October 1 tll. R. B. Atkinson ha. tbl.ciaII' '
J. L. OVBRSTREBT. .. sold all FOR SALE Good much cow. ;J. W. By
and out. his Interest In the -tto
Rentals Miller. 4!
Clerk Circuit Court. Busy: Bee Cafe, in Klsslmmee. to the
(Circuit Court Heal undersigned J. L. Rhodes. The said '
CHENEY AKERMAN. Atkinson assumes all liabilities FOR BALE. For Kent furnished
Solicitor* for Complainant. 46-St against the business up to November Room and aro Trespass Cards. 10 :
-00- 14. 1911; and the said J. L. Rhodes assumes cents each The Oasette ofHoe.. Bel-Jixr Coffee. Company
I* THIS CIRCriT COURT OHCBOLACOl'NTV. all liabilities against It from 19.u
STATE OK KI.OHIUA. and Including November 14, 111. r
IN CHANCKRV. All bills owing to the said bsjslness FOR BA1.V-On* Beta Electric Wall
A Notary Public.In our of fie. prior' to this data are payable to R. B. Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable
John Wilson Edwin R! Atkinson. price. Apply Taller .Oaette. For Sale By All Grocers '
* Wilson and G. A. Lem- November 14. 1 J1." ,.tt. ,
--000.Holson .- mono as Executor of R. B. ATKINSON.
f the last will and testa.lion j 4st j. L. RHODES. BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILESTerms 'YR.Tax .
WllComplainants.- .' to responsible people. One '
I tdeceasehdme. NOTICE OK ADMINIRTHATOHr "Baby Grand" Chevrolet; one 11 ,- ". .
flaal Illixraarsie) Dodge touring;: one Haynes 1-pas-
--- one1'2 fordtourlna ene ..
)- --R Jf.r"l'O'"a. - - -- -- -senger}" ; - -
'RealtyCompauy FORECLOSE Is Cesirt ef the c....,. Judge OacelaCem 1"* Ford touring; one 11 Fend .

I MORTGAGE .y. State e. FleHda. roadster; one 116 Ford tearlaet: .. . .1 ,. .. {'.
\ .
Arthur E. Doneg-an Pat -- three UII Ford tourlnars. Sam O.Racsdale or'

Johnston Gus Noyes.Kls.lmntee In re Estate of Howard Golf. Klsslmmee Florida, 4I-ti . . - .,
-
Cattle Company Notice Is hereby given, to all whomIt i
a corporation may concern, that on the Seth day I FOR BALK--Two' bo.uU... 4-year - "
and William 8. Potter i of December A.. D 1121, I shall .old Use velvet one dark blue, one
Defendants.It to the Honorable T. L. Comer, Judge dark green Russian ..t.l.t.\ .
appearing from the affidavit of of said Court, as Judge of Probate, collar and cuff detachable. Nearlynew.
I the Attorney for the complainant In for my final discharge as Administrator Apply 101 Mala street. .*.ft
the above-entitled cause that.the defendant of the estate, of Howard Go IT. deceased .
William B., Potter i Is a resident :' and. that at the same time I FOR. BALE-Wooden washing machine Notice -
YYEJMOVE THE [EARTH! of a State or -County other than will present to said Court my final : nearly new.. Apply SOI Main .

the State of Florida; that there Is no accounts .as Administrator of said estaker street 80-tf It. .. -.... ..,, -... .,....... .. -
Or Anything On Top The Earth person In the State of Florida.the and ask for their approval. '
service of subpoena upon whom would Dated November It. A. D. 1112I1. MISCELLANEOUS -
bind said defendant that said defend JAMBS : 4
: QOFF : ,-.
-HOUSEHOLD-GOODS- ant i* -over_theage- -of twenty-one 48t,. Administrator. B GOODS bought. **M '\0... .... 1.110., .' ,

'sids'defend the .particularly tai andr, paired. The Casino. 44-tf .
\ Or i '
Anything That Can Be Moved nt as NOTICE) TO CREDITORS
known is In the, City of Lafayette, II WANTED. NOTICE Is hereby given that the tax V: : ',
I State of Indiana Is ("...rt ef ... L:...tr< j..... OeeeelaVmmmtf .

Get our 'price before having your NOW -THEREFORE, yon 'the said State el Florida. .. WANTWO-WH1 .anyone give! a hub., books ''Osceola "
I William 8. Potter'hrbllr. complaint:; : i reliable man work? Not a tourist :of ; County will .open for .
hauling dol''. ed to appear to of In re Estate 'of John R. Bronson --but resident here and must
+Iin the above entitled cause at tb..,or. deceased. have a work.. Can. do plpellttlnr, :' .' -1 l'
flee of the Clerk of 'the above styled To all Creditors. Legatees, Dletributees painting, carpentering: good all- collection of 192i taxes: on November' 'r :'
W. H.. JONESiTRANSFER COMPANY Court at Klsslmmee Florida on the and all Persons having Claim round IS : Mitchell, ..tr.eLX'hone' s" '/
list day. of November A. D. 1Z1. or Demand against said Estate. : man. fAr J,4: ,
189. 4 -ttxWANTKn first.-- ; discbuttt\Lf of 2"rr.wi11'bealltai' :,
PHONE .,.3 ,_ Herein fall not under the penalty pre >You. and each of you are hereby ; ; ;
.,'Le_;iOr.W.ml Otmt JfarWwere c.. .c "1I'JbYFRTHy: notified.. ar4d required: which any -Halesraan with oar to call ' 'V.,' .} ii L. '/; *<* *r .* > p * % ;4 ,i 5.p ton ':
IT JR ORDERED that claim you, or on dealers with a low-priced 10,000- : i ihA lt

tbl.for- four order consecutive be published weeks once la a Klsslm week j either of of you John may K. Bronson have against deceased, theestate mil tra,. ''CommissionSpecialty oorditlre| ; 1100 week with Cord ex* , taxes'/paid. . during. Jtttotith, 'of.c; ,

WedV' "b.I-t a newspaper pub late of Klsslmmee. Osceola County Tire. Company, South Band Indiana.V November. In writing ,about ta'Xes:.alV J
DR. R. J. DENNING County, Florida. Florida; 'to the undersigned Adminis ,.nItr ,
WITNIISB.my hand and official seal tratrix of said estate within two "
DENTIST of the above styled Court on this 18th years from the date hereof. W'ANTRD-8ale.man! with car to call gtv. full desc'rlptlon and enclose \tlj'
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Over the Poctofflce. day of October, A. D. 121.J. Dated November 14 A. D. 1(11. on dealers with a low-priced (000- ways
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I* OVERBTREKT.Clerk MARY D. BRONSON,
mile fabric and a to.OOO-mll. cord
OFFICE) HOUR8: 9 to 1$:$0.. !:" teI.. Circuit Court. 4>-t Administratrix of said Estate. tire; floo a week with extra com postage. i
Reatdeace Phone 174- (Circuit Court Seal) -- missions.. Universal Tire and Rub K I; ; )
By'8. H. BULTXXMt D. C.Wblltak. ber CQmpany, Michigan City Indiana. '
Ortce Phome 158 .
Hines ft -Whittaker furnish
I estimates
:I atn now ready to : j43at
Tampa .
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Attorneys for Complainant. 45-St f THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNFOR 1 V
WANTED--Help to work on truck i
- farm; steady work for right party: OH these taxes. ,
AOl'ICH Of* MASTICH" BAI.K. or would give capable man a good
M. TILLER show to- crop on shares. Inqulr. -
Notice Is hereby given. that under SALE evening at 408 Clyde. avenue, cltv. C.' L. BANDY; '1
Estate and by virtue of a certain Final Decree FOR SALE--Oakland car In real good T-tfc
Real Agency. In Chancery; dated the Lath day condition" IJSO. Also milk-cow, fresh :
of October 120. entered In the oas In about six weeks, and yearling WANTED--To borrow ".000 for one Tax; Collector.. .
pI aaeaaaeaeee..aaaawaaaaea..t of Sarah A. Cohoon, complainant versus heifer '4K for the two IS Mitchell or two year at 8 percent! will give . . .. ; t
and C. H. Funk and Maude M. Funk, street. Phone 1... 4>-ltx KlU-edsre, security. Inquire at Casette. -
Realty Bought sold
his wife, respondents pending In the .otflce. t 7-\.to
- Houses rented. Circuit Court of the 17th Judicial circuit FOR SALE_Fine fat fryers. Applv : ., .... ''i' ', '.
of the State of Florida In and at Lesley Place, WANTED To or ,.
on Orlando Road, purchase hotwatertank :
Taxes p.id.and Titles verified for Osceola County In Chancery that just north of city limits or Klsslmmee about SO-eallon capacity; suitable __ f v J M7 .t'\1 'to .'

I. thee undersigned 'as Special Master ,- W.. T.' IIcLau< for non-residents. In this case will, on n stove.. Write "Tank" office of-Ua- o P
Fir Life Insurance. day of December A. l). *li.rr : FOR 8ALB- One bedstead five mattresses I .. xette, 'Klsslmmee. .*-tte : : .J
.nd.Accident .
the legal hours of sale at the front three washstands, one stove,
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door, of. the CourtHouse In Klsslmmee one. dlnlnsi-room WANTED! -Man to work around house .f
.' suite one hotwater Who
Everybdy I A AdrertiMS In tke GowHi. '
jb.Jy Thrir/TVaat, yattty
Osoeola County, Florida offer tank. J. R. Squires, telephone and varden. Must know how to milk : ..
Indemnity Bonds. for sale, and sell 1, at public outcry, 11 Klsslmmee 4>-4tx and take care of milk. W. B. Makln- .
for cash In hand, to the highest bid son Company. .,-tto '
e....... ..... ...... .. ... der the following described property FOR, SALE-Nice bungalow of .Ix ,.r. .:: ,'.:. cc . SJ
situate In Osoeola County Florida, to. rooms, bath eta: modern; electric FOR RENT
O. F. BRIBES W.. 3. STillED wit wired: a bargain for .....h. Klsslm- . ..
The Northeast quarter (NEK) of mee grocery, IS Broadway. it FOR RENT-Rooms, furnished and
KRIBBS & STEED I the Southwest quarter (SWUM the furnished. Terms moderate; Hood
East-half-E%) of. .tho Northwest FOR 'BALE-Dodfre touring car: rood location; right In town. IS Mitchell NOTICE
....t.,...,.. ..."'..._1... at quarter (NW'4) of the Southwest shape; new tlrr: .offered" a bargain street, phone 119. 41-ltx .
Kls..asasee, KlerWe quarter (SW"54); the P'r.ctlonaISoutb. price, Klsslmmee Grocery, 11
l IAIW"-I west quarter (8W14) of the Northeast roadway. Klsslmmee. It FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms: =. i '
Oeaeral s.>..ei._ 1s sill a.a , tinted ...t_ Cearts. third (B.S-S) of the West-half (W'*) OAK WOOn-Good oak wood cook- Modem. Call at 17 Mabbette street.Klsslmmee. rJ
of the Southeast quarter (SEMI of stove and fireplace lengths. U M. x Books "' :. ,. .

. Pat Johnston O. :P. GARRET I the Southeast Nine (5) ar''w;; <: :thirty!{)'' all t I InSection Boyte. hone tin. 4d4t5FOR FOR RENT- Furnished rooms for The. City" Tax. . are- :now" in* }.

JOHNSTON Ic GARRETT'ATTORNEYSATYAW five (Z&) South of Range ($0) BALE)-Napier grass: SI per 100. Unfit .housekeeplngr; modern; rea
: Kast. J. F. Nlswonger R. F. D. No. 1, "sonable. See the Klsslmmee droery the hands of the: City Clerk and :
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ALSO
I : Beginning at a point Sixty Klsslmmee.. 44.2txFOR IS Broadway Klsslmmee. It .
((60) Yards West of the North..tcor..r a.

Offices: 10. 11 and 12, Osceola Band of the Northwest quarter 8ALB.-Oood Jeriejricow, now Collection: r
(NWV4) of the. Southwest quarterSW giving one gallon a day will be Tax Collector I for of.r 1I
Building.
I ( *) of Section Nine (PI. In Town.ship fresh In January. George Carr, cor- '
KI88IVMBS. FLORIDAP. Twenty-five (III) South of Range ner Patrick and Limit streets. ,
Thirty (SO) East and from thencerun 48-Xtx Taxes for l921! Five'Per' Cent .
North Thirty (30) Degrees East ,. C
I to the margin of Lake East Tohopl'-' FOR SALK-A go seven-room plastered _

A. ANS -AGNEW I racoon: ; along thence.In dm a Southeasterly Forty to a. point di payment house.-balance A Ilk.reasonable rent. Inquireat down Discount will be allowed for early' ;

due North of a point (40) rods 40S Clyde avenue Klsslmme FURNISHED ROOMS-Board If desir ,, ,
' East of said Northeast corner of said .{ tto ed. Also for house
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 7- rooms lUcht
Northwest quarter (NW>4) of Southwest keeping apartments. One block from ?
OFFICES quarter (SW%), thence 86utb to FOR 8ALB> -Modern five-room con from railway station. No. IS Neptune payments, dating :.November; : n.
Winter Park.. Florida the South line of .Lot Two (I), thence crete bungalow; faces Dixie Highway Road Klsslmmee. ...tt .
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West? along said South line to the lot SOxlOO feet I
; ; corner lot 40x :
point of beginning containing Seven 100 feet ideal. location far grocery 1 to midnight November 30 1921No'.Dtscoun&After.November.:30 ,
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(T) acres more or less. Karaoke, or filling station lot In rear ,
ALSO: Beginning at center of Seo'Uon facing east 40x100 feet suitable for ,
i Nine (S) running thence North residence or business. Cheap Cashor
about Three Hundred and Thirty terms. Mrs. Bummers, lit North , : i 1j
(110) Yard to Lake thence return if .
Orlando .
avenue Klsalmmea- or Associated ,.+ '' '
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city lug to'point of beginning, and runthence Selling Corporation 111 Ju ., ... < -j -. .' I ,

West about Two Hundred. and II. street Jacksonville. ,, Florida. .. \ V > i 1(1\ '.' . :.( -. ,;
Twenty (ISO) Yard thence North V 47-ltO FOR RENT-Furnished and .unfurnished j, J. '' '" "
about Two Hundred and Twenty rooms '-- for light housekeep* AJ. \ -J : : ; < "
: (Ue) Yard to Lake -thence In an FOR'8 ALB-CabbaC* plass ; !S .per tn*.. .101.... W.v\ H. i Bwaln, ,11 Bean- : ,: .
MEATJARKETFresh \ Easterly direction along the meander S thousand., Express aolleet.'Add lOe moot avenue. .< .,,. . __ 4S.tfeFOR ..: : "
; :line of the said Lake to a point where per thousand postpaid.'Order ship ;
., ,the line first la this descriptiondrawn ped1' day received Dorrls Plant Com' RJ3NT! Two room, ensulte; hot .! .
Intersects with the meander line of p_,.. .Valdosta.. Oeor.l.4b1, : and cold waters: bath' lavatory) .... i
Mctxf and the Lake" n..IDI..ut Twelve light housekeeping' prlvlleaea. ; llilMakbette \"
and : half (111(1)( acres of the East FOR.. BALE.:-Oranges' f rove.''Aho.* '0.* *tr.e{. KI..l ll..... 44-tfo t :
I lend I Lot Numbered Two (!) In Sec hundred *..bearinstrees' 'SO acres FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms for '
I tion, Nine (I) Township 'Twenty-nr. laad. -. Wllllana H.. Kempfer. Peer llaht A house-ke.plnsr. Utrht' and J R. GILBERT i.1' ||
.V'e'get.We. (If) 8outh'of.'Ranga\ ThirtySG) East. Park;'Florida.44tfc path. ;J J Corner of Lake and BartreetaMv ;
MILTON .PLJt:1: >ORR. 5 . Isiwaon. .. ,U-t( .
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Special Master In .Chancery. '(, .1' 1 / )It
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FOR''BALE-Thlrt-five'nor. of had 'i"t
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1 BRIBES STEED : bordering on .Lake Tohopekallica., FOR rnrnlshed .Oat.with Z. .. F.. .......-: " ....,'(;, ,.'!t. J TTMII, ., I .
:_ '" !ho44', ;'.. .. : Solicitors.J for, Complainant.' + . ..71tl with .a live-room eottaffe. dairy 'RENT-NIoely'tree rooms. an4bath. :. r r "'( ;'{I'"jt.,_;_:..."..,.. ...h.u 1Ji..i: .H -';.;,"'. ,!' -,.,"! ,! ,Ji.: ,1.,' '. ,! ," '", ,'' "
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'' Sholes school\ class' the. V60x76 .. "'A .. t.. ..-AI-
bt American, thr. Charles' ,, of Wesley Sunday : of
Is credited with inventing the ,,first OClEJY'S'' Methodist church entertained the .
Ii"" $ REALM ] boys of the class.conducted by ,Rev.
t6 tip wr1tar. R. F, Hodnett-with oysters: as theleading V I
of conv.reatloD..tthe V
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of
One lot
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDOF tables. There was a general Gry CottonBlankets ,
: MISS PRINGLE good time throughout the evening,
FPeerless and the twenty-five of more present SaturdayV
ladies'Dresses'
Pringle of
\ 105 Mr.Broadway and' Mrs. W., announce R. ,the; engagement most. thoroughly-enjoyed themselves. '

and approaching marriage MOTHER GOOSE SOCIALAT "
of their daughter Mist Maggie Print .. ... .. .._ .. ._ ..._ ,
; CHAPTER HOUSE -- --- - -- ---- -- - '
Tires gle"1 ; to- Horace<< Padgett of Saint The girls of the Loyal! Friends, of : "
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f y Ii) Cloud. ':Tbt wedding wih take placein the Christian church have plannedto Fair weights for *..__1.50 and.
the 'near future.ENTERTAINED entertain the members of girls' _
classes in all other Sunday schoolsin 1
'GUARANTEED MEMBERS' Kissimmee at the Chapter House (inch wide .whl h'ranged In';"ahe ay t?<
Best grade 27
CIVIC DEPARTMENT, this evening. Plans promise to be '
Tuesday evening: Mrs. :T. M. Rivers most pleasing at this affair which: is. $37.50., '.r
'30x on-Skid S' 7.90 entertained the civic department of' scheduled V commence at eight MOnday.SPECIAL'S Latest styles IG. .Tr'iaet1.e, ,.
the Wbman's Club and there was an, o'clock. OutingSolid V Serge. Mandarin anti ,_CaaJton'Crepes :: ,
30x3 032x1' excellent attendance. The, principal .
1 Non-Skid: .9. matter bandied was the/ discussion of NEWLYWEDS FROM ORLANDO- for ,4 :j

,. Non-Skid: 14.90 planting'trees to Saint Cloud_alongside ndthe,the best highway way in LOCATE-Mr, and IN Mrs.KISSIMMEE Earnest Squires who and fancy colors, per '.

y Non-Skid 15.90 which to bring about the commence- have been living,in Orlando since yard _.._..._.__..._.18e $$25.00 V
31x4 ment of the work. A committee was theirmarriage some three monthsago ,
appointed to consult with the womenof have made a change for the
": i j --32x4 Non-Skid 6.90 Saint Cloud. Refreshments were better, and this week removed to Kissimmee V;
served during the evening. The next For the present they have 600 yards Ensign .7
33x4 'Non-Skid 17.90 taken apartments at the home of
: ; meeting of the committee will be
. held on Wednesday, December 14, at W. T; 'V.II. Na. 10 Rose avenue, Another l lot of
K ,. t 3.4x4; Non-Skid 18.90 the home of Mrs. L. W. Barnes,with where they will be "at home.*? Mr. :H'
t// Percale
Mrs. Emma Thompson as hostess.,.' Squires is son of the president of /
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the Kissimmee. Wholesale Grocery ATKATZ'S .ladiRS"
r'W.; R. Link Tire Co. GIRLS.'ENTiRT IAN BOYS ,Company..
AT ..Q.YSTER..BUr.FEn. __ - _------ .- - ,--,86-1ncheI"wide7:- ----
i ;r Orlando,'Florida Last Thursday evening at The WANTED-"ArONCE-----1 Colors guaranteed fast. Per

o. Bungalow the girls of.the, Daughters I wish to get the services of fifty 1 yard ___:__.-.__._____Ik DressesValuu
4y .9 volunteers- aid in the great bar- '
{, t; .... ...OOOO.O..oo..O..t..OOO.OOO..O..O..OOO. becue to take place in' Kissimmee on u
Saturday December 3. I. wish all Y
would call and see meat the Gray GOO yards, Barker Bleached up to $5*....,. fee
.Kissinvmee LaundryMOVED atone on Saturday morning between '
the hours of nine and eleven. j
Itc I). M. BOYTE. $$35.00
TO MuslinStandard
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PERTAINING TO. CHURCHES

t :: 1T V: : Fleming. J Block_ ,_ 12 Darlington .A e._ SLJohnEpisc.pal-Cbardt( 4-- \ h-'"cloth:" 'A . A. ..REALBARGAIN. - .T ie-Jq'tn.rJ.ud: II *
dresses we have had this
IN
;: s If you wish to send the entire family wash and want the wearing Rev. L. H. Kirkby, Rector.; j' bargain, at-per yard 19c 7 a

i .' clothe semi-finished (rough dried) place all articles in one package; Sunday next before- Advent. !- Men's Percale Shirts season lt.

i '. our ,charges will be lOc per pound, and the flat work or bed linen, 9:45: a. m.-Church School. .I j I ,
and WITH OR WITHOUT
11:00
: a. m.-Morning Prayer 500 36-inch '
1 ': table linen, towels sacks, etc., will be ironed: ready for use. Phone 67 Sermon. I' yards n
10:00: a. Thanksgiving Day COLLAR Take Advantage. .
" 'o.o..oo"Ot"'O"OO"OO 'OO'OOO"'OO'o'OOOO'" service.A I
general invitation is extended to j, MuslinA Fast Colors
I of This ,
t? g i ./' wrt .***********. .. O..OOO.o.o.o.ooooo..o.Ot ..ooo.oo... all visitors. I AND ALL SIZES FOR
First apti.t'Church
real 20c value. Per yard
Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. 15e.THANKSGIVING :. 98c Special -Sale

'T' : SOME TIMELY GOODSAND I Regular services on Sunday: ,

9:45: a. m.-Sunday school classes
for all. w ]I I
11:00: a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. I
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; PRICES I IoOd i I 6:30 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. II ., .
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,, i? Sunday 7:30: p.school m.-Evening.and! sermon worship.at the FOOTBALL (; .c 0 U U OGo+t ,".oouoooo..ott..o.oooo..ooo.oo'

'' i Beautiful!' 1 House Aprons: wide_belt! ,-sachtiei" each...___-__-.__,.$;<1.25 I I Second church_ at 2:30 and 3:30. .Rollins college football team Is to h
r" "'Ladies: Gingham and Percale House Dresses. Saturday only___ 1.00 Cloth was cut by a roundbladedknife I contest at Tampa on ThanksgivingDay
Ladies Boot-top Silk Lisle" Hose, per pair------------------ .25 until 400 B. C., when an Ital- ] with the Birmingham Southern Goodies !
v .Ladies' Fashioned Pure Thread Silk Puncture-proof Hose, pair. 1.50 ian invented a crude pair of. scissors. ,:team--and another great struggle the is [ Thanksgiving .

Ladies' Fine Mercerized Gauze Hose, per pair_______________ .50 +I'will thereby] on slated.-'sale on Tickets Monday.for -game ,
V. V Ladies Fine Gauze Union Suits, low neck, short legs_____..__ .79 .. go ,.
Girls Blue Serge Middy Blouse __________________________ 1.25 iI Respected Woman Passes Away ?
,r" ladies and Girls Serge Middy Blouse. Braid-Trimmed.------ --BigCarnival Died: At her residence 416 Oak

Men] ,Good'Grade BlueWork, Shirts, each_________________ 75e I street, Saturday evening, Mrs. Lina Eat Your'Fill of the Good Things 4
Men's Blue Overalls, Union Special ----------'r-----------u 1.40' Skinner wife. of Mason Skinner. Aged :

;; Men's,Blue-and-White Striped Overalls____________________ .98 DanceAT 68 years. : That Come From
Men' 'Form-Fit Union, Suits. Light Weight______________j.__ 1.75" Kis-simmee ::
Table''Oilcloth, best quality per vard____,__i.______.-.._______ .39 j I '
t .', Dish Towelling,' good. quality,' per yard-----_,__.r________ .07 -AT- because of 'their excellence in every '
'J way. The deceased was born in Al- GOODMAN'S GROCERY -
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; a 000 abama City New York, from an ancestry :

: FINEASSORTMENT_ OF ,DISHES AND COOKING UTENSILS Boat HouseSAINT which had a clean record for w
more than two hundred yearndber _
: NICE; LINE LADIES' FLANNETTE NIGHTGOWNS ; CLOUD ON lineage was very high. She was ,
admired here by all who knew her- 1 "* n
and had countless friends in many : Here is suggestion. regarding some of the thiags which:will'j make .' ', ,
C.a C. ,Friday [Evening, November 25 sections of the country. Several ", your Thanksgiving' Dinner' a great sricceut', ,'I"J'\ ;' '

f'' HEP MIT[ tii 8 me. IOR ( years paral'lIls-.hut ago she suffered a second a slight strokeof stroke ,, '. . '.,' ,,,",,!''f1(;",!.\, \! *..'
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Blue *
some three months ago forced her to : Ribbon'S3" Dromedary Dales English'. \
..; : No. 10. Broadway KISSIMMEE Begins at 8:30 Everybody Welcome take to her bed-until.death relieved ----- "
... her of her .sufferings. Banana:. Cranberries, Large: Stuffed Olives
Largely attended funeral services
a were held at the Presbyterian church Royal Excelsior Currants. Mince Meat
Sunday afternoon at three o'clock
;: and interment was had'at Rosehill Queen Olives Orange Peel. Pumpkins V
1111111111111111111111111118111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111nIIIIII u 1111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILbR. cemetery. The floral offerings were
== numerous and very beautiful. Candied Citron Seeded Raisins

= NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Welch's Grapejuice. Seedless Raisias ,11)) eV s
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r-:'M. RIVERS L. H. CEDGE M; / STOUT Anyone having business with the Royal Excelsior Dates. Sylman Ripe Olives Pecans
pr.. lnf Cashier treaPnaidat receiver of the Waters & Carson /
Grocery Company will find me on Fancy Jonathan Apples Fancy Winter Banana Apples
= the first floor of the State Bank
=== building prepared effect any and
,I = all settlements. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING THAT

Ii 48-tf J. M. DUNCAN Manager. WILL MAKE YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER A SUCCESS.Goodman's :*

., The.l Value of a Checking Account NOTES FROM CLOUD '

,.4 '
-' === Mrs. C. U. Crumrine hag arrived Grocery
0 -=-.000-. == from Ohio to spend the winter.
The Bank With Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miner!:! of Sa-
: betta Kansas, arrived on Thursday. rf
., the 1. You always have the right change. to remain through the season. i. W. GOODMAN, Proprietor '
Wi E. Wells, of Canada, is among Broadway Kisdjnmee r
: '2. Your cancelled) checks are receipts for bills you have c the late arrivals, and is registered at Broadway
.,. Ability === the Saint Cloud House. '
paid. = Miss Leone Lennox returned on .0-".to 0 0 u, o. 00 ot. .u..oo..oo.. .. o..oo O i :
and = Wednesday from her visit to Tampa. .
J
r 3. You need never pay a bill twice, if you pay by check. = D. T. Field, of Sayre, Pennsylvania -- -- 1
Willingness e::::: came in Thursday to remain OOOOtOO..OO'.OO.OO.O.o.o.OO OO'OOOOOO.ooo.. ..
4... You cannot be robbed if you carry a check book in55 through the winter. .
to Serve Rev: and Mrs. W. E. Westcott and 'A
stead of cash.k f ton Hugh, have arrived from Pleas? '
ant View, New Jersey, and are pleasantly Park Hotel Tea .Room '
: 5. Your .money cannot be destroyed by fire or lost. situated at the Harven.
i.i i. Mrs. G. H. Rice and daughter Miss!
DEPOSITSINSURED ( The Horn of'Good
Things To Eat)
Hattie Rice and Mrs. R. Miller and
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with fellow-
o .6. A Bank Accountgives standing =
you your 01
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=== children, Brooklyn, have arrivedIn
" : Saint Cloud to remain through the
men. ;
: season. IS NOW OPEN r.vi
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.t / f Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shope, of Saint .
V -0 00- Joseph, Missouri, arrived Saturday e
'.L ' evening and are occupying their ,
in Folsom addition.J. .
dwel'tr.g
:May ,wo, have your caeckiac account? cI I Santee, who has been spending SPECIAL SUNDAX DINNER AT 75 CENTS r, ry
.
.. .=- the summer in the north, has arrived 12:30 to %:00 .
for. the winter.C. '
F. Lundy, of Elmira New York ...
!! andMr., and.Mra: T. P. Rockwell, of GENUINE THANKSGIVING TURKEY-DINNEWAAT-75-CENTS # r

Troy. Pennsylvania, arrived on Wednesday 1:30: to 2:00: -
: ; and are nicely located on

: Bankot Osceola County Carolina Mrs. J.avenue'and M. Garslde Eleventh and son street.and .

I daughter, Frank'and' Marion, of Iowa

I : Frank, have w.arrived one of here the.,for oversea the winter.men, egular'' Meals SOc: ::- : Short :Orde rs\i SpeaaItr i i, ,

and U member of the Legion.' He' Is ..., '
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; "" 'ACKNQWLEDGEVF Cr,: ( a ,
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