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 3, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01088
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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- 'i'J'" : Salon Calls Important Con- ,. -Fine Concerts Assured,If' !
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-4 : :ference; Jacksonville': A Founds Are Forthcoming Its' Work And : until of 1024. t; '
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Congratulates Attorney; ante work and paid magnificent:: j would: > frr
'''to. Miss Frances:: WUlard. whom 'The Interstate'Commerce'. Commisr : .,Psasers-by t he v1clnityef Broad. Delivers.Proposed: Amendment elected ,from, the ,membership D-* *
General Because He: Made she eredited 'with unltlnrr the women lion has- entered upon a general investigation I t Darlington on Wednesday' whose er.I'On.., C ,
? of "America under the white ,ribbon into the' Interstate,, rate nigh got' gust -enough to want')orL ',For: City :Charter those vested in funcona. wuld b ,
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The Ocean DryAbout ; In.iarni.TGucblnfr\ 'illustrations; were and,charges of ,express carrier for ,What they jot warn music, 'and< real led cities' fncortI I *rt

....: ,. pictured with rare pathos, devoid of the purpose .of determining whether : pinslc .t; that.,, The band' was prey Pointing the way to, what the members Florida .uncr'th. 111.ral J.W no, + ,
a hundred and'.fifty ,delegrates maudlin ,sentimentality. She dwtelt such rate:i and 'charges1or', apy- of" :: tisin r in Ri rooms and it certaintyao of the charter board believe power, but' haves ba" vtO
from all part of the state have, upon the most important work before them; are unreasonable. -' ed fine..:) .Queries passed as to will be a measure for, and questions wou not disqualified a
;been Kissimmee's guests the 'past the WGmen. the., .instilling into the .The American Railway, ..ExpressCompany whe the season's concerts would be economy' in; .Implicitl' city account of interest, {
two'days'attending: the thirty-ninth people America' a spirit of constitutional has. also, fried its I' application atari d, and,' the interest shown'.w.s affairs;. that board yesterday finishedthe An rec.1:: pr.lon i* w ,
annual ; convention of'the Florida loyalty, law. enforcement with the\ 'IntestateCommerceCommission i a gc >d index .of' the regard: which:: ,duties imposed .upon it by the made .nt.re.Ung:: ->
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jyioman'g..,Christian..Temperance..,,Un- patriotism and Americanism. 'The to increase it*. expresselse i il' tb !ffiJ1.j Id." '"-. H 4'''''; ...........L..o.-. l.artex:..boaGLeleclion' _and_presented iesionerema Oetcal ed1ndae
ion. !The fodlowttrs df Frances: ,E.WUlard rte 't--1 Ader..e.-extot1 utth.Jndi.ldu.l ;; 11ct"We1r"a1)pltcatt01l'1lubee1rconsGlldated : TV o new' member joined( the orge@izs its findings with the designation of procedure,' wltRoat ,the- '
have,,in Addition'to' transacting { responsibility- 'every with the. general expressInvestigation {: *'On''' and first ;displayed their December:: ninth; 1922 as the,,day for specific ch.1 the recall election'to .1 rv
of heart
home the
"routine, business.held' numerous day.citltenship brought for.; 'purpose, at'' Wid a clurte'olecUenr' The law proovideethatcthis be ten and thirty days
; wr i thbl"meetlnl'l;i pierce :gym k;
discussions'on vital questions of the with striking( force. Her hearers,were t ing. j. ; : election' shall within after the meeting which, considers '
is thus 1 adep with' clarinet saxaphoneor \ occur :: :
rtday,.. including": vrtM Te7 c1tlz told,that eve'A.ron and lI..r' upheld The issue defined: shall' ,the trap drums;,i has recently, 'arrived in sixty dayW'of'the date upon which the the. pelt'On., A recall petition, must
ship social morality; and bUeas the hands of Moses S3 must they express, rates remain at,,their'presentleyel .Kiss mmefl- from Allegan Michigan:: charter board finishes its work, and be .. by qualified ""voters in'number -
"health. They have been fortunate uphold their leaders ,.and- '.constituted" or. shall they ',1)01 increased' or andvill.play the clarinet In the local that 'the' election' shall be,. so .far, as at least one-third of-the ,number"
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:have Kiasimmee'se, citizens,, in'"having apthoritles. >' business" reduced' t,. ,;. ." '__ : band ''P..J.. S1l'Ozer..trorn; Valdosta, possible, after th.- same -manner as of the total"vot..tthe, .: ''w,general
,the"opportunity hear: one ofAmerica'a.foremost "No; half way LiiispeakerJ: :' de- \ ;Interstate, Commission Georgia; Is a trombone tooter. of recent other' city elections.It''. Is;expectedthat :: ; Cmllliar;
attitude suited She ha assigned"mm81e. apnt'
-. w'Om1n.platform fccquisltlon.' Both these men are the city council will call ,the, elec whom a recall ;
r' ;orators, Mrs.; Nelle G.. Burger: membarn -' manded'reel efficient.. salesmanshipon for hearing on ,1922.- .-; "at.. !, worlano:. in Kissimmee- former tion'an -the-date designated.'Thecommittee'ss .: " '. stand for reelectionandin case of :#
of'various 'commis the'part of'W. C. T. U.'members. Washington D. C. : election '.of two candidates election '
important ", 'with( George.Patrick's barber' shop ,, ; report i constitutes for sr
atone in her state president. of,the They: must: sell 'their-beliefs' as the A: conference. of 'shippers"with.is. the b.bcalled and the latter: with the Kissimmee .,. proposed amendments +to_the or-re-seating, the one receiving ,
Missouri W:'C."T.'U., and editor:: 'Samaritan,'woman, sold her; Christ Florida Railroad,tomeetIn3aebonvlU.at'h. Commission PTuntbinir .h p-'"'"" -, ' v charter power of the city; of Klsiira- the;Ugheat, vote shall hold the long-''
the official'organ1 of that body. <, lirey'must -have; the good.-and-U. : Thte Kissimmee band Ali 'go1 to mee,!' At the present; :'time, ,thoa.POWe1'll eit term, .xceptln'theevent'that a "I|
that have th.III..I44t"mO"ltrate Board of Trade November-llr. : '
'On conviction they ; \ '
Evening /sessions- wereheld Hot designated in commissioner:: is' this
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'Wednesday and_-.Thursday nightsat them I and ,clinch the -bad at ten o'clock, for the purpose, of considering Lake andtorf I Armistice Day; with instrument but:.a,.. a:' collection of>r case h.'_uld -fill.t..I t ;
in.Their goods are the principles; the nature of' tie" evidenceto eight n pieces, to' participate the : '
;rthe Methodist;.cbumb..th feature, of & ; ; elebfation various municipal:: ; laws of the J state originally, Abuse: of. the :: '
'address : Mre.-Bur .Una..nd accomplishments of.the Wj y offered in behalf;, of Florida big' there under'the'auspi.e : .. call et ,. i
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I; :: being"'an ; by. > together),with such special 'act against ;
'If\; -ger. On :Wednesday qeb. clGaed.amolt ; C..T..U.'l'No: other organization; she'saidhas'had shippers; the Washington hearing,. of the American Legion : :by.the .IeglslaturenlstingtdKU preting"" g.re ,, first.1,t .
ti eloquent addieasbwith an appeal so.nmch sacrificial lovedevoted lino aUo; to consider'Kthe'means,',ofsupplying Ar even. better' band la promised imrtiee The proposed '1 a ,.commissioner's, e,
''I. "of'Or".tund. '$0 'earn -.as(.the, work of to It;none other touches life such; evidence. I;- : this rear than heretofore )providing) : amendments' ; Adopted, :would pros and prohibiting. demand for recall 'f'' 'vx '
'.organisation,;.during *which:: as- in',soiaeany placea.1 1 'They have''gain' ::\: dssaatter is very importantoirstit4 the i Bcessary funds will be forthcoming. :: Tide* charter for.Kissimmee .insofar of.any'one; nlssioner oftener thaa i :
'ptosfimatelys twelve-.; -fcnndred '.dollars edL-one of the.mountains of difficulty the FlorIda'sblppen and it i* : The'.latter part of' this? month tbey..Icnat8..form and .methods a- year. .
,tt"\'the' through '(nationalftrohioitfowi: t they! hopedthat they ;Xwill attend said, thej eneral' public will: M, ; 'Ono' < 4 '1 '
a{ was'pledged;.A;., :rb.V edne1lClay'meeV ;; i given an of. government-,defined in the re. ; ; ; :
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ing was *preceded.:::by .'"a tableau must old the trains and fight on toward Jacksonville ?conference -and'"assist oppo unity to state in terms;of. dollar port, but do not' chana' other,ordinances the'' wldaa.r i
.,-Around; the'World the Ribbon White i-a 'better.ttdministration 'of"the Commission in the preparation'" of.evj. Whether, they want the" winter and laws"not specifically, covered assessor and '' fix his'1 his'1compensation. I'' a l
1 Is Twining". ;posed by .Miss .Lucy law; which she prophesied would '!idenoe) ); to be submitted.i' band *- .' '-.*, ''',.'".''':.' '.in these.''proposed 'amendments Depositories for city moneys shall be,. r
Lupfer under'the direction- Mrs.J. come;, because the cost has' been so 1 .. \ J -t' \ if noVfit Conflict with this .charter. : the-full amount of <" ".

E. Lupfer. The church was beau'tifullv great She illustrated her point'with FOB. THE4ITtE7( .The.''''Ot.'important section of the bonde.t tem is t| c J
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decorated with potted plantsand the story ,of the bashful swain'tunnel who : J AD ERTISINGCONFABJ$1TTHURIIAY' ; report'deals I with the vesting:of the ed.'upon base tax millaage, p l x''
Terns, with alar&e wblterlbbondr.ped kissed' the country lass in 'a government the city hi city com and v publicity for this pro.idk; .
of Frances'E.. Willard on a traln. H.- told het' tlte, tunnel mission of for. bd
picture RED SCHOOL HOUSEk ; cpo.ed tltr members, ed f
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prominently displayed the npeaker'arostrum cost"r bllf"milllon..dGU.rs ItSG! and said shereplied"It : . and'the city affairs I. .dditlo.1 precautions ..are.provided ..
overhuQg with a banner was worth .... 1 '' through a city manager to /be.'ajy ; all
women's .1 ; .l. "c" IA gr'aDd'
Mrs. the cost of the :
'Jlurger, ; cty"p.lI '
slogan of the Union the commission.. commissioners' "
bearing the new '' Council Conferenc pointed by city :: The. 'r
: LegislatiVe4 Imp rtant At
.. been the resultsalready > "
in its world-wide endeavors "For great.but proposed powers ;of the city1' commis- being1 "drty' Indirectlv", any
I God and Home and Evry Land. achieved are worth.it.various'\ -. Urges: AdoptionQf" ; .ThcSchoolITaxAmen4in '' O l lando. Prepares\vFpr II'Onlnclue'aU powers ,;now. Test J financially interested a '
Prohibition-I and the' propaganda I'
The sessions' have been presidedover ; the city oun'n'Ot in l 'any- of the- contracts, .
by Miss Minnie E. Neal of Jacksonville -. against Jtcame -in' for; enlightening : ', ; t"Urging : T cgeAttendance' in conflict with fche1; new/ t th..city; nor shall they. ma. ,
president of the state Union. icomment She pointed out :;%! :' '. 'i 1.1 f3i, ''' ,J. "' :\ i. -i br'f .as1' are',re, by' firm'corporation so \interesVhaarter f .
The opening meeting ''Oceuned:, '' n that the law's.passage did not.com. "' !the various organisation j ring from the, nu letters .ueh..ddltGnalpwer..,,.or may be ed f
Tuesday evening when after invoca-t pellt.'.JGptlGn .in the live of generation '* compaingthe's;; ;; Florida ., legislative recelv id. by the'Fiorida' Development vested Jn ''city",councils, andUtmydea: ,t, !' '. 'recognisbke -,
tion by Rev. J. 'A Button speeches:: broupht up' to, the opposite; Council''to actively, participate in- the Boardl expressing Intention .of the by'' future' state, ''' .conferred _.", commltt of'; 1' .
of'welcome'were made by Dr. W.'H. T washings>had to be" reckoned.with, toming" election .In behajf) .f'::the tio-.; writers to, attend the Florida!'Advertising upon the city of. 1.W byfuture,y v..g, a''.total new.charter;t A /alt
I>Dresch Mrs.' Nelson Makinson-*. avaTlWlM"appetite. ':The ..varlcI'Oul.eUer'dI4 :: Called ten. .mill tax-,am.ndment Mrs. 1 Conference in Orlando-'On.No-, charter i.mendmeut .... all :contingencies, : .C&r,
B. B. Aultman. Mrs. Willa Steed, not lose his desire for cash W, S.' ,Jetm1ngl..pre.ident.; of the :. vember. 9.''there will be.a very rep -The '. /, manager' after '. pgint-I following lcud.!; th..J' t',{:; 4'
Mrs. David Lander, ahd> Dr. Sutton. whatever human 1'0.1, and generation council; ha*:'sent ,.-letter of endorse fpsentativg: gathering: 'of, : businessman Dent by the; ... ,-,would serve mended amendment .: ', 't o; ((1. ,
Greetings: from the !state Union were "after generation had .builded ,the' ment: throughout .tateolr.The( re torn- aU sections of the state &, th.leasirre' of rand h !, ,' All. "ordinances- 4'Ow-I.f"' .
n I brought by Mrs. Lottie Mv Smith. ,(. of eneratonwithoufth.PeUtdandths ; apportionment, -amendment has "been :"ShaJH! Florida! Advertise"c:1 is. the muprlttQ .bY tba l'.T. ... t, '
", :Tampa,>after which,the meeting-;adjourned ; mg' a"&' .discussed.: ..prMDbreatlr: taring tbemtf.tor-dluoBsionTthe'subject; tei nt *WVK*> t..? .City- or,applicable to City ofKissimmee . ..
to the Newby'Inn.to 1>>a/tici- -chances -tor better"enlorcmentrare *- the, past"'few ..weeks but the>school: big divided into ;.three'principal' 'sib-. miicl"U.-M resWei''Of- or.state liy"1 as tamend t. by..w. ; ., f
:pate inns reception: ,to the! ''.delegates greater..She! does not expect tax amendment should net;be over ; topic* as'"follows) . ' :. appointment. He-would- Charr.,.shall.'remain'' ; '
55 and friend The Rouse' orchestra :: a hundred per cent efficiency:: Intaw' looked. The passing'of-ithe 'amendment I 'L Does Florida need advertising- hveienUre'; charge.of the'.city'. busi .force,nntil chawed,\; aiNtered } .. ,
tendered several'exceUent:: 'selection:: ': enforcement, and this L. the omy giving achool district the right i v If', decided "' afflrmatlvelyk. how as otherwise specifically modified orr r re-j,
,.Wednesday's morning.. program in- law eyer alled'whese detractor:: expect to tax T themselves" ifthey so t.desire I {shell the fundsbeprovided.>> , "t' provided In this charter subject to suspend, mmle*****, : ..i
Deluded l committee., reports' and .'ap- to enforce:: itself.'Insidious'news* is Just M important defeating the : ,. How shallthe funds be administered the 'cortrol'of' the city .pled 1.W parts.of. Md: %
I appointmenterreportaotdlstrietprest '- paper propapnd..'_eonupt' and spineless .pportiorull.nt"meaauJ'e..l..o, ....!..:Alters.- : and- scpendedT'' ; ": tfthe-city .comDi.io.Tis' ,r.U sedinanee.ynd parts. ,wnances 1'
and an inspiring, address .' by officials, and added to>avarice and will And'data ,.of i vital importance1 i The- call for the Florida 'Advertleing I .'! defined, to mean'wua"actingg relating to. .Town'"-of'
MlsgnLNeal, the''state president. ;After . appetite the formation various the .progress,of,.the..state in tile, let Conference hal been signed bytntyaix :: ..' a board ;meeting assembled XJ.lme'' City, t }'.
; lunch Mrs. Nellie;H., Doig.:of.Archer organizations to bring' bacc.li! ter. from ,-Mrs. ..Jennings whiqh.; ,'f'OI-1 business men reDveseitt- ,' but no commissioner' h.rth .r; be
;' state treasurer, and Mrs. Susie cense in th..a iae IIght.winesandbeer. lows: 1 Ing: 'The'' Florida, i DevelopmentBoard otherwise attempt to dictate t'O. or >. 'a ,. '
Smith Dell state corresponding- secretary ' .challenge the Union now :as iThe adoption of themillsdietrlct'school' :. ;- the Florid Realtor Association to fnteTo the city ',manager J1e-a I ,

reported on ,finances and sumA acicbr as v preprohlbitiondays> ever, tax at' the general election the Florida State Hotel Aswclation to give oder.with officials or employees. the city gov< s.Ir'
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marl red reports. ,Departmental dlsussions'followed. l. And Challenged November 7 -consider absolutely ; railroads,' nurse'rles,;'newspaper .Provision. i* made -thai of Kissimmee / ,
;*) Mrs.. Burger her necessary and exceedingly;; vital pubU.here. bankers and.a nuip-f sh'Ould1 commissioner attempt vide. for ,herelsv\\ ,*
Wednesday .ni ht'l eddiencer9Usdthe bearers. ,Were, they -ready-to continue to the continuance of the public ber.<.of" other -interests'.. EYe,.,." person suh' ,influence'Over the city ,'. 'and the'; ,:; '
auditorium of the church 'whert the'fight Would they:hold the schools in some sections:of the state : interested In' the subject/ -will be manager oth.rille. undertake to duties' thereof'are: .. 'i.

Mrs. NeUe'Bur&er''' made her, addresson ground they had sralnedt.. Would they and the proper development those welcome:: atthe*,;conference;which:: dictate lhe-1 dty ., "he -.hl volved upon.t IPlprt"'of..4 'J'
"The Divine Call.? With a keen, maintain high 'ideals' of citizenshipand In. -other localities. , will be held in the. Chamber of Commerce be..guilty of misdemeanor and 1 fleer. or, J" } 1.i '
sense of' humor and contagious sincerity respect -constitutional; law,. The kicking of sufficient school auditorium,':'beginning .at one dition'' be to,removal. by ed. ? o ;
she outlined the early days of .. funds in msny of the counties :has o'clock., v ; the' lhl .u"Je l.I'OI.' '. .' The'terminology In ;i.lasttwoparagraph : .,
the struggle made by -the women of At the elOalng:'session on Thursday caused the closing of school, and the Since the initial 'announcement:: : of '.The ,proposed specifically:: ., comes ; pro.lo)1.; <
the nation in ,their ;'undertaking to night a motion was pa aed"Tha.t this' condition in,many of these sectionsis the Florida Advertising ;'Conference defines,o rtalc duties as belonging to that "the corporate name'' -..
provide'conditions to, safeguard the convention send. a.telegraJ 'to Attorney still,serious. The children of the there hasbeen considerable:: interest the-commissioners and not to the city nuw''known a. the'Town' q Kissim-jQ! ;b
liome. She told of the. discouragements r' General gratulat.ing districts; as usual suffering ''the taken in ,what is being done in other, as ,"f the mea City-shall hereafter' be "" r. ,
encountered:: the lives sacrificed 'him ;on" his magnificent, courage greatest, privation. state to' advertise their- :resources manacr..uch; equalize-the Kissimmee.'' : : , ,- .?'. :,: "
and the devotion to. their cause and'patriotism' In sending,out the or- The.?(minimum levy of district tax and advantages. California is the taxes;t''-make contracts involving. expenditures The idea h te'll of the charter Y
t'displayed_by. the_pioneer! .. in temper- der .that, made ,the ocean dry." ' at .the present time is 'seven mills. principal competitor of"Florida, both ofi morethan '$300f; employ board td *SjH fi *Vi.public }q j
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--- --,------ The amendment, if adopted for tourists and, for settlers.-' and 'economizehave prooid #K ,1 V ,
...' ,, ..... ;; : :; proposed The .the)jetty'attorney., and the:cty ; r "
METHODIST FOOI1 SALE:: would make possible the passage of All Year Club of Southern California tax' assesor,*;and "through'Its' as -few MdasrpossiWe7a* ' .& '
urY' [ COCNC I'PUSNES" ADVANCES DATE A- .DAYThe a law' by the. next legislature authorizing la reported to' bav..ub.erlptlon or-commieelonefaadgct, .thelnlianicUpai to-1 centralize,duties,;'and rp. -*. ';;''..:
the, creation 'Of'''Special school fund of f 5" ties head
'" . : $600,000 per year for advertising -eourt.- ; :: > >under'a/specific., '.
/ food...aa1e ,;;whlehwasterhavetaken , districts where favored by the elec- that section of their state,and "Ali of thecommissionersa ( be .held..ecountabl.I. board ,b''
-, WORK ON BULKHEAD ; place' on,'dArmistlcq-Day .at t'Orateof any district.:: The law whould during''' the,past summer the bUllnessIntere.ts. metng',' as well as the rec lieve that : :*;;cty'm -
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:, Robenon'..drug Store,,' by :the King's n make ,a ten'mill tax compulsory, .ft' the ,San Francisco:: trade ords.'; -:Provision'is. :made f'Ol;fillingvacancies. ager;'' "more' than be,' :
'4' Daughters of the Methodist'church, but-leave it optional with the district territory raised a fund of .$400,000<< which,aal. b ; special systematic purchase:: public/(/,,supplies -' 'k 1

Engages And ''Is has :been changed, ., .. Engineer, lug Armistice:: Day the tenth.. :The funds. The. following is from a. report on longer i than thirty days.' While tw system.'This .make>V !:a
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Repairing Dredge ladies at this sale anticipating Because your ,schools. are -in. fine their subscription campaign received of' the.thr.commissioners ''would '' three men responsible, to, the'voters'iand. .
the wants,'Of'partiel planning picnic Condition,, and do," not need funds bv the Florida Development BOard; ; act on most.questlonl.one''ay'do ;'would, leave the administrative/ },
'y;. 'To Start' Work desiring\ to. leaye town for the please'be1' generous to 'other portions "The arrangements for' ;, raising the so in .case, the question head;of 'the. city' from, political. ,y 1.
next d.y/bi having. on sale 'an abundance of the >state which are' not 'possibly sums i \vfl'i"ii plstPsTiftfti*npfjCniplftt! d'i i bfr under consideration:: is suchthat'two entanglements. ' r '
Kissimmee's dream 'Of:,a beautiful of baked beans, meat loaf so well' blessed':, and vote for the a.group oi representative businessmen commissioner:: "by virtue inter The entire proposed charter"'comes '<#> '
Waterfront and the development- sandwiches; cakes and all ,sorts -ofsocd'thinors Amendment; headed by K.' Rs K. Kingshury, est", cannot-act. o I from the members of the. br unan- r $'
one of its'biggest assets is abouttocome : necessary'for lunches. It No public spirited citizen:: of FlorIda president' of the Standard Oil ,'.vomDanv Electionof' :.commissioner shall Imously/'iThey haw 'not had ; ;
true. Chairman A-: Rosen and is hoped that it will\ be.,well patronUped whether .man or woman should of. Cajifornla.., assisted by the regularly occur:: the last Saturday rof a' unanimity- of ,opinion *but ,-each- }
\, Committeemen Howard Katz arid fail to "casta 'vote for the amendment heads of practically all the large March in\,each year,v bpt to cover the que.tiGn'wheh developed.'conflicting1 M:' ,
!, .John Hansell of the bulkhead ''comt&rolttee :: "- :lend consequently:: the chile:: banks as well as other foremost bus-" transition U,between the present ide. ,bel dl.C.e comproml-y
'. ; as well as the rest of the\ pitycouncil Another anchor, a few''"more dren of our state. The 'amendment (mess L and ''industrial organizations. form -of'/government and the- pr po.-' ed'and' fi aydr.w the .t.fa
are,' getting"' action. In the parts: and the long, anticipated;, work, is as follows:' "The expenditure (of the fund 1 f. ed form it adopted, all three, com tion ,of all. complet. X'v v--
'very near future' Lake ,'Johopekaligau ( will be under way . "Ajoint resolution proposing an under the direction of an advertising mi.si'Onen"would elected'atr'the' mono convictions the bo.f 6.e ,
." will begin.. giving'.forth''. front-under ,;The plane call for taking every op amendment ta>"'section': 10 of Article committee. About $300,000 'Of 'the time of ratification:: the proposed its labors Tuesday, and .a'
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:.+*$ the water the material tor 'new portunity' of- the' natural beauty of XII of.the Constitution of the Stateof fund will be spent in publication and charter,", the one rcivng' the highest result of its deliberations to'the'city' j
I'ground.. And on the new ground, the the lake shore and at the same time'' Florida' relating education the balance will be used -for .litera number 'Ot,: .er.- until clerk'for. the action. 'O!'} 'city,,coun-,:
councilmen:: plan to build 'a beautiful Increasing' commercial, possibilities !- Be, It Resolved by The 'Legislature- of tore:, direct-'Advertising and administration. prH}1926L the next toJ92B! the _.- r ' !C . reiL'
: park,lapped by, the waters of the of the"water front. At'pre.ent, .c The State of ,Florida: .? ', v'"' !' . r-----, n --.-."t ',-.. t

_.., lake.whereLthe warm winter.evenj launches'and the1 t other-lighter'craft That ,the fololwlng amendment 'fc' The 'State of' Maine :Publicity 'Bu TWO IMpowrANT'MEEnNGS' : ADDS :,"
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'I" : ings. will-be- j yect"'by--Xt..lmm.. ka--on-pallencera---from-th.-.nd S.ctlonao-of-Article JUI: of the..Constitution reauwas; -illcorpor.ted':'thl.->-year.by1+- hINDOME'SmN : f.'
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:'citizenry' arid the crowds of tourists their commercial docker The pleasure ,ef; the .State 'of Florida, relating : some of,the,leading. business*men-in 'PAREIVT' ' ''EACHERS SS'Pi .TRU
which will" .be ..attractedmore-than dock' .to,..Inacceulble, to'l the "boats a. *o education; be, and the same that state.and during:; the'past'season i / .j
ti r : : 'the new improvements.' Band well'.. to. the'--- ati'eeJ' .'; :5 Along the I* hereby agreed to, and shall b 'submitted secured ttnemberthlp'' pledges, totelinc$30.o00..r The ,net,'meetlna of the.Prent; 's'iley.rP' ;- ore'n'.Uve'
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,, concerts; Jn the*-* new 'setting.amManned bulkheadthewater'vegetation. 'prevents to .the elector'>f the'state at year for*three years, the Techer. ,I,.. o "
t to 'replace the(Jh adw.y.of- approach..'*;,'All ..these undesirable -'. the i general election of i representative : major, part of the ;;ftrt year's"fun Thursday, November 9 at 4 p. "1-. at : ,4f.thS RTvers blld1lo.The / s ,l
">./. ,, :,.>where.it' the"'.band .stand;,'is features are to'.be replaced with 'in.1922' for-approval. ,,sor, rejec--' having been,* invested J in newspaper ,':school: 'bulding. All 'parents electrically' illuminated' lpla s
> ,]lrovi *'-dangerous' In\.It. 'ptesenti lo- conveu.ntaffective, f arrangements. UGnt ., 1' .... Their'goal is J $100.000 are was hung.well this ,'wek jS'Owat".uP"eualy. ,
aloganwhichlwas."adopted
:c.tiOJ1".it|' aid will'be for the division of have at.the first meeting "Each bring; five : additionmetal dW.y t ..
*utomobiJesvJromythose! pleasure3 piers completed! provide any county orts been so successful in creating 1 'aaye.hanl'in& -. 1
v"l .making- the turn.' ., .: ;: 4Vtt and'-on this.site'will, be erected the ,or counties into convenient school new ;tourists businessofficers' new.membr..";- ',tc; V" Cnatrc "wit. .fit,
\ $ .
U' w'' The city hasengaged 'A.. Oaksmlth: band stand set in.A.lakeside;,: park.Stewart.enue district. *;v and for tha.-election 'biennially : anticipate, ; Attaining( their ,complete:: -meetina'ofthe'comfmittee ,,; i h. which ,,"t i ,
I' ',;-lately of Saint Petersburgand: form- wilt be opened ,to the of threetrustees. who r-shall', amount: before'the' beginning of. nextseason.1" on by-laws and ;ch.r.is lame bulbs ; !prul; '
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,' ..t 'erly- ;engineer with they Maryland pleasure pier /end ":each' dock: .may hold their of lice 'fovtw I i'years- : : ,, ', ">*'",'?.,' '.Ue for ,tomorw.':i aturYj. NO duct.of'the'ingenulty:: ; : radiate w > of ; ri
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: to our its respective who have the : 4,' at G'B.r
'_ Electric: Railway Company then; be;used for j own shall\ supervision of..U pnw Sreh.do- Ph
,'+-.' petintend"1.: "" o"'lc"a: agdt";'Sidney parp6ere-lhaG tdrtsatiTlad6'evhea' th the hoola1:withtsrthe"dtsttict. composed of' seven I prominent ;state Hem eT'andJ'aU7meml>ers of that com Jmlttee : ;Jf..lm .
'RiChard to'operate' the'dredge Theae road 'to--'the r commercial_ ...dock'was. for'the; levying and collection of a organigaticns at- the present Kline; are urged:'to btf nresent., The she'The .rl.ti letnrf.f.\ ,l l

11'0 men.w Councilman Rosen, buUc.-. is hoped,1 may be made a harbor district, acnooi, tax fer the exclusive Florida -Federation 'Of, [.Woman's T mmltw eouiltti of Mn.< W. ...... . - 5- .. ,
fare1' bendinevety effort 'to,:procure 'for small. craft: when*the''meepoIn -: vaele.f'publie'free school 'within,the Clubs .;FloridaLeague' of'> ,, Women Maklnson,' Mrs G; '. W.: Best: :..Mrs.. State, ,D:: ._'., ,: ., '! :-r_ _
-/few missing parts, and it-is expect:: ,., Panther"' awakes.suffldently,' to, district; ,wherever. a..majority of the Voters Florida' Audobnn Society, Dolph,Wlker.Mrs."A.T.;: no&u. COMMISSIONERS M ENG1' .
edth t'actuaj'dredginq' will eon '''' endanger' th TM'>'wl" en.rofl'hoTe"j 'Mr'- qualified j electors'*thereof; that"pay. a Congress of'Mothers ,.and Parent and',Ml.$s,Cleoj'WooJdridge.', ,>POSTPANED Al' . ,
mence.within a.;week. f Thf:dredge i Councilman',Kats: believes\there:,1s'', k :onreat; or,,personal property' shall Tescher* <': Association. .Women's . W ED.'. I ." i... T'EDNE"-I, , ,), ,
*t>-f. beinirrentirely averhau) d a new! cufa.iLfci Mnfflgi nt t y f n the. Hchafad :fund vot:* In ppf "'uVh. louy; proyfcted, .Union. Florida J; t'oi :
.ter and cross-head} seenredVhand.. the to-carry 'all'"these ,)contemplated that,any tax, authorized by this.('sec- F edentionTof. Dutmess" Prof e$-' -nas; f j.
ladderslengthened'ta", give a greater Improvements, and'tov do considerable tion'shaq not: exceed ten, mills on the slonal .Women' Daughters' of; American polls 'on general/election da yi':' Tuesday'next'November been",postponed front' Mondayi-Morn*' '"
, l"J"dredginy.depthi cable; .forsUne filling'In'the!' area outsider:the docks, dollar in anyone' year'on',the taxable Revolution. : "? -. TJ w "* 7, for the adoption I ins of ,next '_k', until W"ett'; '
l7ta&' *he' pOwer fc1 the""dredge'i* .''Andlthustthe' ; ..dreams ire -coming I proDertyro* ,the district. '. : :- :V, _"" Tb.iocai"uniwofiislt these ..orifeat of.the Ten MII1LDistrictSchool fNovb 5.,,crinc.t cod'
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"" rTHE KIBqiMMKK ;TALLEY 'GAZETT.X'.JFRIDAY..NOVEMBER >, 1132 .. ., 'fs: ,. w . r.' "p 1',
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J .... .. I It' GROSS,. HEALS BASKJCT- BALL BOOSTWS- . WeiklyBmisAT'1 |t WWMB BtlLE BLAUFV SHOP*, rte.

1 It, Stanley Bullock has been' h W1njr 'Gladys' M.. Foots t r.

t "" : -down. 4the .time-keeper's and field i,: Perfect 8fttl f otlonOu_ ..

:; > WOUNDS' OF- WAI judge1*rjcb' toa''fevr" ",jwecnt" football ."f s .:...... JiAU'JY9JU, A Pfle'O"l\ ", .}' r
games. Two, of' his brothers areplaying 'Beaumont; ;; r i
A 'miilion.'men the local high school team. if J10. North. .
0( it25bOO on THE COUNTRY CLUB Kls>ltnme. .
,, The time-keeper's job does' not afford .
, . ., .. Disabled Ex-SeMce .mm. enough action for him and it,seems BEGINNING'- .. ... .. .. . .. .eo... .. . .. :,
to be ,getting on hi. nerves to see Ida .
in Hospitals After Four k4! brothers getting all the limelight. ' If ic
have ": turned, to FRIDAY IYENING OCTOBER 27 \ '.,i!
+ Years of Peace:! Having, like.the rest of them a well 1 Q.'DICKERS'ONCONTRACTOR'
\ .' .' develcped: bump for (or from) athleP- \
Ics and not having been' able to- give :And 'each Friday Ev- 'BUILDERBricklaying :" ';.\'

FIELD SERVICE vent to these tendencies sufficiently AND .1.,(
OneEleven'igarettes CHAPTERS', OF .. of late he has now evolved a scheme eningr thereafter
; ""r y C whereby he can slaughter two ipmates 55Chaperones MUMMI WM. i Lathing:,.' .Plastering Ji i

_ .' of,the aviary.with one missile. And r Painting: A., .
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Every Veteran,Needing, Help Gets he does not confine his aspirations- : No. 121 Brack Street, Kisglmmee .. .1'.

J Individual Attention of Sym Kissimmee, or Osceola County, or Mrs Mrs. Stanford (I', fj
I > [Florida nor even" to the whole U., S. Bullock :rt
... RRIBBS W,. J.' 8TESt .
pathetic, Workers.. A., but comes out.with a challenge tp. : Mrs. Meiklejon 1.,. i iN ''j
; ,, ,the wide' wHo world. '. KRIBBS. ,& : 1
,1 --: ", The big. Idea is this, namely and -; STEEDt'l "' ,
f ; ) ........ ... -1rnvtlr / _.: "
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to-wit that he has five brothers (not
firm verdict TThen, on' November 11 the1;worldhalts General Invitation Extended aUI.._ Fiend. '
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-a or ad for nicotine all.. of '
an my. lady' ) '
to the anulver* .,- . .
observe, ,fourth whom he says can play' basketball.In fJe..I' all < s. .F
pry of Armistice D. and the Anierlcan IJ.trd$Iatea, Carte. "Jt'
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r, i r M} Y: facts\ha thinks they can play' the ORCHESTRA '
Bed Cross inaugurates Itt nnull game'so well that,no other team of KISSIMMEE QARRKTTIOHNSTON. /,;
PAT .JOHNSTON'! G., P .
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superior quality.: Roll Call for the enrollment> of. the brothers (can successfully administer .+ :Xl
: 1923 membership {the 'people,,of "the defeat to the Bullock Bfsketeers.Therefore JMRS. A. E. SMITH &' GARRETT ., '

United States may' well p.UI'to think the' challenge,' unlimitedBtogoographicaJdmUibuUon ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,\d
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"of tin unparalleled l cdultlbullon:te the rigidly bound by regulations of "conlanguinity. __ ,Manager; OfftcesriO, 1 and iSrOsceola1. a .

cause of peace made l>i our Army; and I ; "-Ahy basket ball team of "k- Building., ./ ''1 i

r, I I N.vln-the World War. The' glory fIt full brotherey er-that'' is, otL fullbloodbrotherhood.no Kl $I.UU !?. FLOHIpA ; .r';''d x
f! 'x !!. !r1 Is common. ,tradition ; but the fractions ,..alIcwed .
wounds of,war remain., They are opt --rahoujd communicate if open ,. +'hI1j
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:'f healed In a day; In a ;year, nor In fo.uryears. for engagement.' His line.upin J ., "
And on ,A.rmlttlce'Da) there cludes .J{. Stanley William Lt "JJob.R ." t I j' TI. .phone.-Offlcs. No. .!> Res' '. ..h-/'0;".
,.' ,wlll.be under treatment In Government S. "Dick.". E.. S." ."Ned". G' S. r -*- ld.nc.,-' No, til. - -- +-. \' .

hospitals over 25,000 ex-.ervlce'men, "Gefctch" or, '"Ge';''however. 1t'I ( ''Hours: l.so'to: 11,00,10_ td 1:00 ;'.,, It.j'I. .. .
broken physically by wounds,".expo spe\\ ed" and A. S.' "Art. rr
sure nervous strain and exhaustion Which five of the six will const!. I. DR. B. WILKERSON ,." .:: ;:

Incident to their service in tie war. tute the team, and which one the sub. NT.IT' !' \"

,. The Government without stint is undertaking "lit ute, the management has refused '. r ,
to disclose till\ the eve of the first 4 I Otnee Ove r ''-bl''R xaJl Uof a .
1uccs'sv
furnish disabledmen
to these
..., and conflict. The- 'season' for brotherly ..v. '
with the compensation med. l "
.. contents is expected to start about "
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foal care to which they are entitled, Christmas time.Advertising . 4 i!
'y r cigarettesDon't 'yet their especial cars Is -duty of the .. '
Auto L cense '
Red Cross. Why Because ..the Government Is of norm a importance J f !,\ ,

cannot' handle'ibe cases' ot to a merchant than gasoline is Income Tax Returns or ether accountant -, _..,
S' e a sty ex-service 'men Individually{ It must to an automobile.Red ee work. '

handle these men la bulkrandera I Room. 13 State Bank Building ..f't
It.ndardlaf'd policy. The Government .' ., .1

t l S for'IOC ''has neither the authority;*the fund CrossFirst Wate. ;txe,; : inE'seGtti ilt I -'JESSiE D.. nEINIIAlr-< I.: ,' ',f '

.' or the equipment for working'out the .
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Aid MakesLifeSaving .. '
: problem of the Individual man. There .\ .
The \
of trains and
_'e_." pain* sprains '
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tl .. I. '. ,....'_. _..._ Is where the American Red finds Its ",e.telt.aeI4 for service aid Gain quicken the circulation, and the '
lag through Its very active, Chapter inflammation and pain subside '.' \II',
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In reaching the_disabled aaa with Immediate disappear. Without rubbing, Over the Postofflee.orpien ,
4r . .. . ........... ...... ... .... .. . .o..oooo. .' practical: helfet assisting "hTifamily More than 828 Chspters engaged ,. S loan's penetrates and breaks up BOTJIU: a to II.". 1:15, te S.t.ddeae. .. :; it;
t hile his claim Is eoerglng from life saving or water first aid last year the painful congestion.Stoaa'a FheM 174-
j the American Red tlee ....... 1M ..: ,1'1
with the result that "
aVLJustmemt. _
: the process of ; furnlahlni nlteM rh*>n>tie ;
articles of comfort.'funds to tide over Cross Life Saving Corps basset a new IM.(oathM nmndrU.,.wraad < /
JllllI ,and the ce./ortstir.a .cht.rWe
the difficult periods, the friendly' touch high mark forearollment, ainc.eesconnene.tro.pfd. .
numberof qualified life savers de .ea cbott. 1Cnp tt hair.
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f encouragement helpful
personal
. recreation and worry-dispelling amuse.ment veloped. The. .Influence! : of "learn te & .lm'-t-Ici/Ts IIl I r'r'P.. A. VANS.AGNEWATTORNEY'ATLAW
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manlecalltu
swim week" la reducing
It Is the warm hand ''of sympathy .
and understanding' which the the'water, fatalities through Instruction '
: guess : and.the! wider\ dissemination i k OFFICESWlsiter I
T American Red Cross extends to the resuscitation, methods demonstratedby .. '. J Park Florida
of
,. . '" majority of these disabled es-servic the Red Cross representatives. Bg- I WARNING! -
You'do not have to be needles and all men; some of themfriendless in the
> 0" pins work has been done In teachinga
wbirlefllte} thousands of them with cellent .O.tt..OOO.OO.OOOOOOO r
I Notice To Cattlemen and .
the tllt'le .
about your baking wives and children dependent upon large part of the American population + o'

f them, and hundred of.them frequently how to take care of Itself In the Public .At Large I 8 TURNER MARBLE A: GRANrTE. .

loo r, I helpless in the face of grim, ne water. Growing appreciation,tor this COMPANY, TAMPA. *
t .1 cessity. *' Red Cross Ufe-8svlng Service !aatr.wa5bythec.mpulsory 'Anyone found on the grounds of I +, t.. '1".

., Q Q : Aiding Instruction Hammock ,(Grove will be prosecuted. *. MONUMENTS" *
.. . . \,6. 2,67t Chapters Veterans adopted la..niany cities foe members .f I Cattle found. thereon will be impoundH. : j -" *>
In this work. 'upon whose' acrbm' the police and fire departments In the .,, ,'b < M.: J. Crowder, .Age t t, maalinin,. *> r't.
pll.bment'tlu American Red Cross. !li K..DROUGHT . '
prate' pressure method of resuscttatlen. H. -a f.
: urging a -'eaklna'en..lrm lathe .. 46-4tei Owner. ...O.OO. .. ... . . .. ..
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-which 'on> Armistice I _.
Roll Call 'opens .
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pay; and.,clones\ with Thanknglr- w co. .!'t
OfIaPte.'ln'' of Help te Help' Others "1 : Wanted: clean cotton fags; notmerely'trimmings.or :. '1
; _. Ing Day 2,679 parts lt.hurtefoegiving ..trlnabut"de.cent '
or., ''t + -- t.= ...... th.-copatry-are-engaged--Ttriu-ts-4154 .YolLCaa.t.jJntll CITYMTJARKET' +f4.
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stuff to u"for7'walbln.i'ronerliand ; ,
American dollar tojola theAmerican
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r hi. quality and uniformity that saves 'money, than were working,for: 'service
., : more Red Cross helps yon to help presses'anb wipingbearinvs* : '
work,, and .worry. At .your groc ry." men$10,000,000, last .year when "approximately the National others. who>> are hurt and who. need re- Bring 'em along to the' office\ ".ot>, Tho 't't'
$ wasexpended.by . 14-tfx
Kissimntee.
Gazette.
.J I ' "> Organization and..t be Chapters ?. Uef.v, >. v S *' '5' ', .\t .. : ,,
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\ '.S R. Woodbery worftlng together hsrmonlous unity. .,. -. .
: WtA Milling Co.; \ C. Contpaav; ; '' ,
\ '' '". \ For the current fiscal year :National a.GOOD; BUSINESS': tf; '
'' WHOI.EBALKMS. ORLANDO
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; ;, .< ". ,. I "',. .,IO'lIOC', J .\\'fn.' ,. : ", .' , ,Headquarter appropriated $3,030- ,'; \ ,' fZ., Fresh''Meat.and"i. >r

. . ' . '. .. '092.00.. an Increase ot (303.56084': over :S 'TRAYNINGTlS, ?.' \ "'
"" tbe..ri\ount'peot for the work among VegetablesPhone

f 'Get; : :Your'; Job{ Printing, .from' the' Valley Gazette 80 ex-service taste Since men)It In Is the estimated' year! ended that Juns LASTING LEGACYSEND I, 1 u 1" ,4" .

. Chapters will expend cloee'to $ t"1 .
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g r .; : .. .,' : .: 4. 000 from theta own funds.'.the 1 ,\ ,.

: total) of Red Cross .expenditures: for YOUR SON OR ... fi 'r .rte a.. .' J ; ., ....*,;;<,'.

j . this single ,work i,is expected again to 1 .. .. ... ...... .......... .. ,. ..... .i tREID'S -..-
,, r : reach;the $10,000,000 m.rkb' June 3O. : YOUR DAUGHTER ,TO -
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J.t 4, p ..', '" \ ,,124Hospital " : 1 'I :M.. rTILLER .


1 f 1 ., \, "., '*. ....!...\1...'f.I ''. ., i During the and BscaUyear District a Office total WorkS of''oer1OOO !! KISSIMMEE BUSINESS. COLLEGE 1 Real'\ state Agency.RealtyfBoog '

'. ,.ii II' M. .,; '< 'persons,'paid and Volunteer, Jias R y yr yw .&.. .a... .L _.."._....._ .....
: ,' '" been engaged ln> Red Cross. duty In'hospitals Thorough; Instructio'nIn .
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':i'J -- .,oj or district offices of the U. S. t-and-soldHoutei'rented. --. ., ,
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:Veterans' Bureau, An average of 8,000 : arious'Branches' '' "
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.'<,, id. <:'r J _ificBaclt69iiiofMastic : ': ', new cases requires definite*end pentitular : '." .. Taxes paid and Title tarns | ,,'

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month. The de ModerateJ
y ', attention each -Terms; Very ,
'ed for .. '
non-residents. e' : .
.r 'articles forS ., .
r- wand for .Chapter-made S : '
''f"t / Fire. Life and Accident In'u+
loini honpltal patients Js constant.! .
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_ :" :, : 'Do ring last year 'Service Otaimi and i >. ( ...i.iMItS. >N ane.. ',.,;'tc';;,

.Information, Sgrvice.at National Headquarters Indemnity Bond. ;'J; ', 'of'

: \I "; 'N ' and Insurance-*handled'eoIama..24.MO.47,200. compensation allotment:: .: E.' HILTON .. ,........ .It ....... ..... ,r. ';";
Tbergreat'cdvering 'I' -
capacity ;: : end aljowance"cases, and 9,700 mlscelUneoas : .' .. :' I"Ii" ;.,
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1('.. *' and long years claims., Since February, 1910. :Director. ? I '- TheChildren's! c : 'BA'T"SI. ,)''

.... of. service-;of Pee :Gee Mastic' It his, disposed of: 44,174 allotment I . ... '' ; s

_i t I Palnt' are,, due .to.lta, 50% Zinc Jr J I I :Post cbt Office payable Department to veterans{reported which undo-the:, : .Bert Per Many Diseases.. \ 'I .',)

T .[, content, ground in Linseed Ilversble.s / .. I (GOING -, ... ,," ---r- I' L Se S "1'-5.
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'f' r ;Oil and White Leadlmakinir it 210i'iirs The Chspter'Ii'thi'Unit of the Red : k .j' Good baths 'with water direct from ) :'1(:

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; :SARASOTA GAME ', ORLANDO GAME SO xprdif Chapman made like tactics should be with
. '4 1.'v'1\Il Kisslmmee's high school footfall ,.A' ragged football l garnet ; runs Ot Bullock 6.,on the, fans. 'And unpopular the referee
:'.. ,,' .team -brought homd' the bacon" in afternoon at Orlando the, quarter ended( with the ,, even on..Gme ,of the seemingly
"4 its 'third {garne; defeating KarasoU score, 6to, 6 between '. 43. yard 'line. .. raw deals such AS were seen ;Monday
\ '. .High by decisive.score' of 19 to 0. Orlando high, schools. : Second Quarter does not 'ret anything for the- team
The game was Interesting, pleasIng however, gives 'a ,fairly bucked Syards; and supported. Officials at '''best have a
"e' to the home fans, rag for, much timate of' the relative . : .. lost the ball on hard job,, and most of them dK; the
, :fi of it, rood part of the tone, and brll-t of the teams.. failed. to complete a. best' they. .can. Let's root for the
liant in spots SarasoU like .Kis. aulando made her'' chief ,. And., JacK .Simpson re home team all we. cnn but "lay, ''o1\"' ,
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'sm"nee,'is. new to the game*iandVall, end runs vhile, '.on. the bead and was the jibes againvt., officials; It will
playing her second g; me ef the nea' eyed the most ground- by Graham.fiavara relieved make better Tootball,' better '.port.

.... sort. Also. like Kissimmee-her team One, of the prettiest half., Ledbetter' made a manshipland; .better' friendships: r lfe. 1
'' played clean'" football, and, fought the line'' between oppoalne ; and "stopped ''an. end ,

_'.'. fionu through: *ta the flnaf whistle Milton, of .Orlando, and yaras ana' Squires- nipped Y'ORTI.aR,3EE THE ONE .
/, "- .'irsCQ iter .' *- .Imme". carrieUthe- for 2. Orlando failed on t 11EY. D1DNr.CAT II
"ptatrpBuUOjk: kicked to- Sarasota as, !linemen. for' both te ms.. passan4 Gr5Ham inffiwr
.r on her 25 lard' line:j Sarasota advanced the tfcird'quarter.Squires. > back for-a'3 yard )loss. i 'Twa.' 'flits day for'-fls'hing'.: Earl
4 yards I'on line' back then ed ''.by"'BuckeJa order to_ 6 yards jand. made():;. Luplctr'-George Gardner, and Claude
,. was successively thrown tor losses chances 'of' injury to \ the.line for 4. Or Tyson'' greed on that point. Arranging -
by'. Buckels".e.nd Ledbetter. Gained 8 knee; Buckets got in the 14on 'end, runs,, was their various and sundry
yards more'on a' delayed pass., fur good shape, too. .Jack"' Saares) for a lose, failed business affairs to. get; "along'.without' I
bled, and recovered the ball. Failed a blow on the'-head shortly:' "paVa, completed another them for the afternoon, they repaired This
ton"a 'forward.pass-and was thrown beginning' of the* second at receipt by.Sav- to the waters of the lake, 'Intendinll; newsugarcoated
." for a'loss by' Buckles on an attempted had,'to'' be taken 'out 'of ,d-ainhd.but .2. yards to disport'themselves'for' the rest'of G
-,end run Punted to graham, onKisrfmmee's Savage was put In at half : -Gr the. day' with lIed\1ctlve"otrerln8:11: : to
,40 yard line. : ham v took.quarter.. : This. ' ' 38 yards,, and 'Art the finny-fold., Suitable distil-! 'gum'delights
Two end Vuns by G. Bullock'netteda ; ham'.;Ar.t: experience' at the receiver' in.,his button of the ''various- duties having ,
yard'And Graham :made' 6 ;Jon a nals, and 'It .,naturally : ,, bucked 5. was thrown been made after'the'principles of se young and old// '
cross-tackle buck.' Sarasota lineS held ,game up a bit, but he did fora 6" yard loss, and by lective service our, anglers .angled;' ,
and Klssimmee lost the ball on' mighty.Ane. shape 'in ,. :! for 8, J..edbetter'tackled canted, and'rowedtheircraftr". ," '
downs.. Sarasota failed, to gain showing up the best; he'-has t. a 2 yard loss and the Rewards came quick and fast Soona. It J"melts in your ' ,
through the ,line; "Ii' was penalized son at carrying the ball.f : with the ball on Kissim- goodly array of black bass) threat- ... ..
.{ yards for offside and, lost the ball on. lin'e 7 in'this g..me.' like a ( : line.. I ened the good ship. Now sent"forth mouth'! and I the gum in the
downs.-)ll' <- *" : (.. made very good'plns, I j,8econd: llsif Tyson a nook., laden, witli.',the .most
The rest of the-Barter developednothingNfcensational fence he-was in everyplay ,,, minutes. resulted in tempting morsels the larder provided.A center remains to *' aid digestion*
. xcept \a 'beautl.I geo4'tackles were'chalked up yards by 'G. Bullock 6 by huge gormandizing-bass-presented;
A' ful forward nass', Bullock'to Gra: Nor' Orlando;I Milton at ) and..6' by Graham. Kis- his r. s.fcj; >.. in person :'antl- ..mostpromptly. ..brighten teeth and soothe mouth;
'ham fogt30rardawhich:; wae not''.al-; Ander on-.t ''< ". and'Ledbetter re Claude hung ort... So did > and throat. *
towed becnuse'-of i.,'JCi..i">mee offide -, V First Quarter signalled for a-fair the monster of the.waters. "The; pole
.. play-when 'the ball was pasted: Kissimmeo kicked to '-the ball, Kissimmee did not. Fan far;/off 'Iped'the., fleet t
The quarter ended''with the ball KJs- yard" line. Orlando ran' it three:times,' end Or near-catch leaven his comrades on '> There 'are'the5; oraer 1R/RIGLEY' ;

V .Immee's.on Sarasota'e53l'yard( .line. yards on' the kickoff, then 10 yards on end. ruin! his near-bier.' forsalren. ." 'V< "
Score 0 to 0. e'Sec.nd'Quarter 5,10,2, and, 3 yards .on end .,forward pass and had This catastrophe threw great gobs ;,friends to dhoose' from, too; .
I Kissimme trying to break by Chapman, who bf consternation 'into our herpes' .
..iTourth'! down Bullock punted 40 ference Jack Simpson and .. Kisgimrnee failed" rtlid'flt. With but, one rod ,left; the ,
yards; the ball rolled'over. the goal' doing most of the tackling and an" Orlando play quality of generosity was strained. '
line and..was brought. back to the. 20. Bullock threw Orlando for'a the dead ball and ran The anglers fcnkled car-wards from 'mS''T'1
yard line for play.' an end rung immediately : closely'trailed by Sav their abandoned, vessel; but 'not until
Sarasota started out better and an Orlando fumble which ; gained 28 'yards,0. they.had strung their evidence- order .
rained 15 .yards on'ah end run 'and yards'andwas recovered by I plays by Bullock. Gra. to. avoid, appearances of stringing .
7 *n a completed forward pals: Sara- raee. Gordon Bullock hit and' a completed the hom 'folkl, ? .: r UOutJLLMIN.t' '
Iota fumble recovered by Ledbetter, twice for 10 yards, ,Cbopman I c Bullock to Graham. Arrived home the trophies were .. '.' ' '
G. Bullock went through the line 8 on an end run 'and lone, fumbled Orlando recov' deposited upon the trusty' scales, ...
for four'' yard and then Chapman ian n Bullock circled the end for was penalized 6 yards : singly and chronologically! and the
_ off-tackle play, picked' the holes, Chapman-vm thrown for ,a and the -head linesman J casualties tabulated. The j first
1 broke through the opposing south loss, on end run, G. Bullock ( 5. The: weighed but two pounds Two"more
r_....i erners and ran forty .yards to a yards, Graham mode 8 ar \ the "ball 'oni quartet'I I weighed between Your and five pounds I'\'
', touchdown. Chapman- is I '
a 'l'C04' "straight-arm" and ty as good and Chapman repeated with ; Third( Quarter pounds and sixteen ounces while C28IvpHlpPS
as any .backs-seen In action against and 1' yards, 'where a ;; intercepted a' ,Kissimmee another pair respectively' recorded ., '. ..

' .the local team this year in broken plunge failed and Kissimmee ., and .even;and a half.. The daddy of them . . . . , w
field running. G. Bullock'failed In a ball ;ion. downs onSarasola's. "bea.utifuror. all tipped the .beam' for ten and ;.a ' ' '.OO' O' t o. .. oo.o..o. .. .o" o. ...!
drop.kXck try for point;;; Score 6 to O. line. .Sarasota 'punted 35 Mole'who got*away td quarter pounds. v
4.->G. Bullock kicked to 'Sarasota's 30 a beautiful completed for Orlando. Score 6 to 0. I". There's many+ a., break 'twixt ''boat ; : : J. )Ii'pHIPPS': ,
yard line, a-few-plays more' which G. Bullock 'to Ledbetter..! ,- rlod .brought Klssim- and.lake"- ; and plans .often':.go. awry.A I
,- netted Sarasota yard.-and ,Buckels -'-?, yard'buck by' Gran'D), f 82.'aI'ds by Chapman whole afternoon had been allottedto BROTHERS' GXRAJGEGENERAL ": :; *
threw-opposing .back"for a' loss. en 4 run by G.' BuHafk and.60 yards to a the sport. But scarce: an hour .. .
Then Sarasota' attempted>a 'forward ball afirain' toSarasota.; .' ," !'- by, Graham'\ ,who went,off- ''had' passed when came the endingI -. 'REPAIRS and ACCESSORis
A pass. Graham wrapped himself Jack: Simpson'advanced a his!: holes', and evaded I'Weigh' weigh ,up"'were': the fruits;ofthe'fishers''labor.Way ; "tOil
X 1& around tho ball Jn' mid-air and ran Inches more/ got I"j"* .'- Score 6, to 6.* I "Py'crown, : AND GAOLINE' i ''BATTERY'WORK};*:'
*"*,.,.#ifortyivards' '; to another.'touchdown; played the ball before it waa.; i !::! b-oughtu..nu.m. ]went the'missing member.\ But the .
<. -Bullock- -irob! =-kickedrtherrtryfor by the" eot r,-and shoved it ltIes, onboth aides, ,and lisher(1'left'Ttake-cath 1d"'W"wfilghrway :r-: -' -T -- -:LOCATE'NL8r AR:87'.nUIL tNGI +

r pointScore! : 13 .to 0. :'r'I : line. The'gain. did not count oyer' the-goal by Orlando -''up. PHONE 17M '
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'The rest c* the yuarteresembledthe ball had not, been passed, not allowed 'because- of. KISS1ME,. FLORIDA ,; ;
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tI'. ; ".' for' Sanderson. Buckets and. Art Bullock places in the backfield '(both .,, almost in ,.darkness . . ." .. ..-. ... --'-..,.....,., --
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, Ledbetter. Simpson Squires admit it) lost the ball'oa" 't -p" ..
r'1''. ,broke! .through and tackled Sarasota length of .'a guinea pig'i -completed' one 'forward <"

,i ,, 'for,losses. ,r while .Graham Intercepted the goal! ., .,"n ..>; ,, .- flve..' Kissimtnee,failed ; ,: .'
kec" another forward pass. .''The quarter > Sarasota punted to'outside;, passes and t had one ,. .
" and the half ended with" the .ball inN complete forward passes, by Orlando failed in four ': $ __
-Kiasimmee's, possession Sarasota's.. area and. ant enj}) run by '' intercepted. Each team ,
(45'yard' line., Score 18 to., !0."' ', who Wasi.tackled .!pose! ;from', times. Kissimmee' turn' :
'ThIrd Quarter ; gave it to Sarasota again. and: ;Orlando"' three. 'tl ".
:rllulin Snyder was substituted for ended,as Jack Simpson threw four ;fumbles. Kis- "
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Ledbetter and ,Sanderson came back : Iota. back,tor"a loss.' Score pen.lize4'nine times and ,.,., .I'. .' I' vi: il 'i
.in- daceof E.: Lucas. ,v Probably the_,\'most' A ',: .
.' 'Sarjispta.-kicked to .Chapman.onKinsimmees feature of the game' was made ,. follows KIsJ' \\' .l '
30-< vard'ltsehdpmanran : ; Bullock's 7 punting"which' -- j-rlungea .104 yards; off- ( '"J
through the: entire Sarasota around fpjrty yards. 'There ll"y.rd.} ; end runs 43.: .
.,\' "- team; .straightarmIng'squirming, fumblingeacn, 'team' ; kick-off, '''orreceiving if'
and dodging\ and placed. the ball\he- three times two '.of which -*- rdll:1;! forward' passes 6 \ s ,
hind the' jrofcl. tooats. Tlb" rooters: KOOTBALL.1: : :: forward passes 8 __ '-
tI were', (in<,"t'lItaCY.ANI t'hen-con.fer overtd by Kissimmee- and : ; :') fumbles'10 yards, and \ .+
... el'lcL.Of..oWcl.ls.h..nd ,-the, balNwas. Sarasota.- 'Each'team made'.g ,' tackled behind the, line 1 7 : J
put, into play by' Kl, where Chapman had.'started hls"lon. .
". ; sota's" being intercepted )Jy' runs.103 yards: .for-
run.:. ,,The .crowd didn't<"JUce r It.:, but mee." Kiasinunee"'. completed"" ( \74 yards;' from kick-off ", .. ..4-

1 Umpire. Lang was 'right,- (It will passes .th1'e -tlm s' 'and punts,.' 60 yards; inter. ...... . : : ,)
:. have- ,to'be admitted he (was >g' bit, twice.4)(Off-tackle,. ; play passes 15 yard.; line ..It 4
*' technical also, but his decision was most"gains for. (' Klsaimmee ,/ .; off-tackle plays, 5 '
.correct.) The rules providethafwhen r Sarasota's ; 'fumbles. 10.yards, and r '' r'
r the ball is momentarily stopped from ,gains -were.' 36. yards on.: : behind 'the line of .. 6e' T.sw"
progress It i./, down.- ,As* Chapman Kissimmee bucked Ute center yards. .' "t
'. shook off>anopposingtackier' he was l'hlefor 43 yards. Sarasota "" The '.UaevITs1 . "
u momentarily, .top ,'"nel: the um- Ead runs; .'Kissimmee C2 : ) :J Orlando (6)) .
pire's whistle blew,'. Chapman-de- asota 85. '. Completed forward Jeft' end right, Stafford ." .
serves all the applausejt was a woivu Kissimmee?28 'yards," > : right' Ellett ,.;", %
derf ul''.ran. ,The team took'the'dtrclalon'in'good"spirit'ae'did Kissimmee gained 40 yards guard right Cecil .
most of four intercepted forward ... -centervKlmmel ,t;. "
<-. the I] spectators) and' that's the, stuff simme was tackled for,losses ht tackle left "Grant .f;
- k',': .football; ; d.pod the '' line- scrimmage for 8' 'taekle-left;' Milton
.... (V.eporamansip _, '_,' ." " . Sarasota.'for'21..' .'- -' riirht'end left>' Fairfield tOURINQ 4 ROADSTER SltDAH. COUPE i
''I-r, ;x.. Kissimmee made about so yaws on Tyner, 'playing- his.) first *Mf' .Grainge; Capt..' l ',' IsflsW JVoML Wee 'N._ ."' Wu i N.i' W-:'

vline bucks .and off-tackle' plays, then cater,'made a mighty good ;;' t," fullback. Hammond -, $550 | ,45ZS >':$550 t 4525. > $895 r p'' $475 $850 3: a$7$5 ,V
."'. lost :th*.' ball,"on' downs.i Sarasota. Snyder cot in for .while and : right half Haithcock ,. I " ," n
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made 3. Xard. ,on' a- tiDe back;was very: marked ''improvement i quarterbacks 'Anderson fir ,

'thrown''. for losses':twice,' by Snyder 8a1'IforcL'perfonnance spilling : :: ?.,Kissimmee; !Savage, \.< No&! Beyond any, shadow of. doubt, Overland is t
+'and -Bdckels;rand *lost 'the' ball'on a sota's' interference in great" .; Orlando' Johnson .

, .proceed red by :Q. .Bullock,who Lupf :showed ,uj the j'best:, ' ; ; 'T V 1n n:.( 4, th6\fGREATEST; automobile value,;to AmericaAUSteel '' -.
'f to go throu< 'of'SUUOU' line for 10'yards. Chap tamed )his-reputation 'as a '' ; Mofe' ,for..Orlando. .r.;, " H ,
-manwas-, tackled .for'' .'yard loss-onan Buckets dld-xrattlino good, ;: ,' referee Carson ';' -t'I..to'
< attempted tend run, and Sarasota defense John Sanderson in ;' head lineman; .Stan ,( Y -tJ ,\\11 :
; get ta&;ba&on' downs; lmmedlateI'punting of, the game'at guard'again 'Milehanv field judges (. .. +. M rS y'YJ
>2O yards.' : Captain Bullock lot of Jianamering and took it' pere..- '. V'r"' i' t' ,}, I
[,made .'.,'skasation.R. 42 '"yard 'run, : ForSarasota; aloe Gill.at .. ; J., !. :
J I nicking'his holes to the line and .VadIng Oliver, Gill at.left.half r and ,And''Rooter./. \ (':1\1. \. 2. r iliaY'
,the backs. and carried,the ball'toSarasotaV Davis-at quartershowedthe< game' was. somewhat t:. 1' f ?
w" 4 yard line, ;.wharethequarter.ended. ,'; .. :Tfce LiatrUpS I 'manner of, rooting of '':.', S
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. rthrongh; Buckels .left.tackle: / other. official .
" line"' for the, third to \bdown,, .then Lupf er' left guard 'rigbtt :' given town happen. ( I
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:' T k' MIM 'VALLEY GAZETTE or. other ltate, of flcials\ were nominated" i this'',year-, J } ) .. . '...... .. ....,.. ''II ,",,;..,.
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<: I i FVBtdBHVD, BT -' Neat this morning to ascertain where'tb. mistake had 1Ei :

THB .KISSlifMBB VALLEY OAZETTB': ) EVEnT. FRIDAY been ,made; trtd Is1, very glad to present .her ,statement. i
.' ..K18HIMMBB. FLORIDA Miss Neal. said:' a WELCOME-W.C.T.U.-WELCOME : 5

.' That. was tit, 'NeW'' (York convention, '.net'' It. was' w :
W, .a HARRIS President ... .
plainly written in the article sent to the ,' : \
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K.' O, VAIUS AQNEW., Secretary printer.: "I. 'it' '
r LLISON,. 'to FRENCH. Editor I regret; exceedingly that it was printed as 'it ......' tf 'or I.. j it :
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t 14a. course; we know, and w* want piibllcity given 'to the k i .! '. '...
UBSCHIPTIO'H RATES '. { ,
'One Copy, One Year-i.) .;*__............... ..:i-i....__1-80: fkct that We know, that it was the democratic' patty in .FORSALEr \ t.. i .'. 1 i
One Copy W*. Month.__...,,.....;-.,,...-.....a.ca_..y._-_ '1.00 Florida which gave us the dry law.* ' <','-'* 'Kissimmee i is' greatly- honorary( ; having ,\ ,:1'
+ One Copy, ,' Three Months____--_-,______+__ .10 t. FOR BALE)-Or rent small chicken .. .. :
FOR THE SAKE OF THE $CHOOLSI. farm located two mile from Bt. Cloud. STAT&W. within :
(Entered at the postoffloe at Xlsslmtnee., Florida. ,', Good two-story house ana barn; two THE : C. % Contention;: \ ..:
0", Sm .e ?ond-al... matter) '\ One of the important measures bevoted: upon : next milk cow. Land In hi it h state of \ '
"' cultivation: alao want rood housekeeper. I ates. The world has been'made better 1t 4
i AU communications exoept' ''from authorised correspondent Tuesday 'Js known as "The Ten Mill Amendment. To Writ* .or Inquire of James our : )
% must, be slKned br the: writer, ,. many'people this connotes more taxes. Such Jj decidedly If. Bracken Box |SaHt: Cloud.
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? Rejected malt.tw111' be returned If oalled-for.: ,not the ,case $ 47-i to'' by the 'great. work done by Wr,. CT.: ;U. \ ;" .

I _The' -proposed- amendment is purely an ennabllng'act.It FOR SALE-Good mixed hens, for laxInie't '
F.i.I.n Adrtlfn> 'Rrpmwrtatfcre -t .
.a .THEAMERICANPR3SAS3OCIATIONf I one dollar eaof.r, Wm. O."' >ioLuBhlln. '!i "You building for Eternity. Mayiyour;: :: " : \
f 1H.not concern amount of taxes., Its significance on Orlando road.-' lslls are .. ,., .
it purelv) locel and entirely optional. It i simply place.) ''II' 47-HK .1
..jneanathat with
Kissimmee mile-stone linger pleasure +
FRIDAY 2IIVEIIBER. 1922. In/cane the 'voters of Florida, pass this' needed FOR SALE-Two bed room suites, onedlnlnir *, ..

,1 I ." I amendment the 'various districts may, if they"''want to, rockets table one ,center six dining table chairs, on.,,cupboard two- in your memory.Merchants '

'. \ THE'w. .c, T.. U. AND. THE DEMOCRATS, I vote to* tax themselves for added educational,'revenue. child's. on.bed.four Also-burner six oil galvanised stove, one .. .

4 No other county can vote .to levy a tax on us, not even brooders; one ".-C.non oil tank, . e r ,
r4 In the-" number> of the. Florida Good ;News, whole counties are affected but only the' school ditricts. .- one furnished new" five swivel cultivator.1 fur .Also rent. 1' ,4

6 organ of ,the Stal.W..c.. T. U, which haa been assembled It will not "saddle" taxes upon us; It'; merely two F. B. Pow. t Vine apartments street. 47.lt I

convention' in Kissimmee for three days, an allows! us .privilege'of!'of voting taxes upon ourselves in FOR ALE-Or trade nice "calfj'four

: "article-entitled,.... !:Tha--Piesldenfa.bfaaage,'' begins"with cam' we want-to. And in the-event that we should, at months old-trade for chickens.: AdFOR : .
" -nr eei.P. U.. H ,184.- , ? 4T.UX- =and f Farmers Bank
+,' .the'-following paragraph some future time vote an additional ml agofor schools, -

+ The convention of the democratic party held the I we do.'not "saddle" tax i Jon- the'aext ('generation for office SALE desk-; Practically piano; and new elctHo roll-top washIng -

'la.t 'day' ot September, to, nominate the governor the ;provision is made that taxes-10 made must'be renewed machine. Cheap If taken at ' .
state officers passed a resolution advocating once." Address: 114,:Main. .street. OF KISSIMMEE .
4 land "other ; increased, or retained' every twq years. Otherwise 47-It. :r'i ;;
9 modification of the Volstead Act to allow -' .
a ,,).hey ..utomaUcany cease.' ..
FOR SALE Fine ;Broadway property .
: light wines and beer.) Soma women delegates Oseeola county doe. not need this 'new' amendment House containing- nine room..ana'kttehen r
to the committee and were' told they were for ; modern) with furniture. ... '
protested herself at this time, perhaps, so much as some of Lot IxMO.. Also sdjofnlns lot 10 x i
to keep still if or that resolution had to pass.Mlis the others do. Some need it vitally. ;Even if it would 110. Thomas A. Rovers, 60 Broadway

Minnie Neal is president of the Florida State increase our taxes a bit we should vote for it for the Kissimmee. x '; -- -

I' \ ..W.-C,. T.. U., ,being re-;elected at the.,final session this sake of the counties who want to educate their children FOR SALE Seven room bungalow; : -

\f morning. The paper from which the paragraph above jut havexno, means of doing .110. But this amendment all located modern'on brick'conveniences street. ;Inquire centrally at ;SANS PLE BALLOT

is quoted is published by the Florida W. C. T. U. Nat- affects our taxes not one iota. ;This amendment will Valley Gazette office 4Tt .

"' tireliy, readers would 'assume the' statement referredto give other children in the state the same chance for FOR SALE Very "cheap-a Saxon .. ... .

a Florida democratic convention: Florida, iavtng'adoptejl ) education that 'our children have. There should note ; smith roadster..hop,Inquire north Main at' Melers street.black 4T-4t ,

the primary system, has had no democratic > a single vote against it. Every voter should vote FOR SALE:-iJsht was-on. with spring GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 7th, 1922;

convention for 'about two decades. No gubernatorial for_.its >- seat and two sets barn,,.. Cheap.Address ''l ' .i '
: Howe, West. Vine street, J

RE-DECORATES BEAUTIFUL TEACHERS INSTITUTErt< Kissimmee. 47-ltx :The following are the Democratic Nominees, whov

CONVENTION ADOPTS HOME ON ADERHOLD. ..STREET PUPILS HOLIDAY JP sal YOU at have a reasonable 4 good price milch write cow and for should receive the Vote .and support of ,all Loyal 'Democrats -

Address.L. .
gIve description and price.
; Mrs. A. T. Mortlson's home on Thursday was a holiday?6r the pu- O. Wilmot. tiousrhman., Florida. : -

,t, FINAL RESOLUTIONS Aderhold street has been completely! \ pils of the schools of Oseeola county.A 47-ltx. "=""'= -- -- -.-.. _
re-decorated. Excellent taste is displayed one day teacher's institute wap" ;
FOR- SALE) Wooden washing
machine
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in both drapery and treatmentof held at the high school attended by ; nearly new. Apply sol Main :' S. Senate County Commialonere 1If..6l. ,

Elects Officers For .the En. walls and woodwork. about forty-five teachers. street. . 0-U District No. 1 "
; The solarium Ia.in battleship gray, The institute was under the auspices X PARK TRAMMELL ,
#' suing: Year And. Ad- white and old blue effects floor be- of the general extension division FOR Rooms BALE.and No For Trespass Kent. furnished Cards10 X E. L. a OVEJISTREET "

'I t jounrs Today ing appropriately stencilled and furniture of,the University. of Florida. Dr. O. cents each, at The Gazette office
: hand decorated. The dining J. Wooley, formerly president of Marshall 4tf Justice 01. Supreme CourtVote
,rh ....... District i. No. 2
J' 'At the final session- this morning room Is a study In tan and gold from College and now living ill' Cler- FOR SALE!-Fine residence property. ( for 2)) a .
tee' convention the followingTnolnUon floor to window-drapes, the !Utter in mont who is considered one of the Apply at the office of The Valley JEFFERsON X J. M. HANSELL
44.4 adopted puff blind design. ablest educators in.the country with Gazette Kissimmee. ..U X B. BROWNE

: I The library is French gray and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Roemer constituted FOR BALE-On* Bets Electric Wall X R. F. TAYLOR District No.3. \
a Be: It Resolved First,: That since Demarest brown, a touch of old blue the group in charge. Dr. Roe Plate. Practicably new. At a reasonable
;:' ,the; "Association posed' to Prohibi- and orange used in the flowered bor- mer is professor of secondary edu- prl_ Apply Valley Qa X HENRY O. PARTIN
v l .IJ tlon" is broad-castingsthe land with der and drapes. -This (room leads cation at the university, and high ette.. T-tf., RaDroed Commission' r

_ 'its pernicious, propaganda in determined easily to the' living room done in school visitor, and. Mrs. Roemer/ FOR RENT. (Vote for 2) District No.4 ..
,, e1 effort to break down and bring slightly cooler tones but in the same state primary school visitor.
Into contempt'the Eighteenth Amendment motif, that of corn flowers with. a Thursday mOl'lllng.'Wilh/ Dr. Woo- FOR RECNT' -New- apartments; two X R. IIUDSON BURR X A. F. BASS .
I' Volstead Act., urging room suites' ; close In; rood location.Two gc
a conventional border hand, painted.The ley presiding, Dr. Roemer presentedan
blocks north, ana half block X A. D. CAMPBELL ,
and beer District No. 15 :
:' the'eeturn'to.light'wines" staircase is in Nile lacquet' interesting and. instructive address .
c .. green west of postofflcs; lIt New York .
... enter upon at vigorous campaign' with white enamel on posts with on the subject, "Why I Teach avenue. 47.t X' }
;= of publicity: combat this, and if'necessary'bay' highlights of ,old COld 'at the newels.Lacquer School. Mrs. Roemer took her Congressman JOHN II. BAISDEN '. .

newspaper space to and enamel is used on all hearers 'Jon/ imaginary',ivisits to two FOR iiousekeeplnir RENTThreerooms furnished. for tot Main light Meabere of School Bard '
_ 71 .keep before the _'people the state- woodwork. kinds of schools, the right kind and street "-St X W. J. SEARS i ;

,: /Jhenta of eminent,.etenU.ts and phyrw IMlrs. Morrison' home should be thewrong, illustrating primary District No, 1 '
r, deian these .* socalledt rOR RENT-Ftpe up-stair. apartment
concerning1 seen to be' fully appreciated and isa school metJ1 dl: .f : '
.qty' drinks five rooms: bath," kitchen, slntan 9operltende tt'o I Puhllc' X' H. M. KATZ
Jgi ,' credit' t.he. of The afternoon devoted to de.
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( to progressiverfess was try; back screened porch large plaa- Instruction
p tn ; I .g p_uq.I:' That ;:since it.ha been Kissimmee., The work is by .Mid- partmental groups, taking' up Indi- sa all around frontof house. One of I -
'FMen caIJ1Id.moDltratecl that alco- State decorators. vidual problems with the teachers.Dr. the best locstiona In town. Will not District No. 2 .I

.' ;1 :+"h in' any?form, is destructive to Wooley conducted the department' for rent a to family party with of four children.' or: for Suitable;two X IW: -s. CAWTHORN.. 'x J. A. BRONSON "i

", '''Ii'J :''brain-powert atacktog.first the upper ANOTHERN, EW-CAFE-: --- of intermediate schools Dr. Roemer 'couples who would like to sro In together. .. (
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xl'. i 'T raln; the physical heals 'ot'thoupt. OPENS ON ...BROADWAYKissimmee the hip' Kbooll;.'and ;.Mrs.: Roemer. wood, .stove All In furnished.kitchen. Also oil two and . Representative ": District No." 8 "

?eeliric,' Judgment 'and seltrControL the primary. wood heaters. Everything clean; '
we .emphasise anew.the practice and hail one more restaurant One of the, moat'.'.valuable of>the furniture plain but all necessary 'x c. S. ACREE .X SAM ORAMMAR e -
t t '{((1 .teaching of total abstinence and that now'to cater to, those who like many good points brought out was wants, supplied.. ,Rent .forty dollarsper l !. .

.. '<'undertake, pledge-signing cam- "good eats."'. Mrs. M. C.' Dupont Dr. Roemer's "The'School Teacher's month.in the One city.of 'Apply th. best Postoflce apartments 'rhe". aN.. no,, second ;choice" voteL''Make'' .oX before the name. of each.i ". .',

i '"Mtlgn fa) schools colleges, and Sun-I Monday morning opened, Dupoat'sCafe Creed.. ; / ? \ BOB IIS.,,KlMlraraee.' , 4UC ,:. ., t, '" Democrat u above .h'. : .\ ,," ,.-..1'' ;,4p\
'awr aefcoohv throughout the state. vn Broadway, with tempting ,

:4 ,, ,,Of < .S, toi Z That. we deeply deplore viands had at to hand start, an Monday"overflow noon meet almost METHODISTS', t ATTENDANCE' CAPTURE PRIZE FOR 4 in suite RENT; modern-Choice;.furnUhed good location.rooms, .'-There',are-also' fo'ui important ConstitutionalAmendments: ;"W be '\voted\hV 1 r ;?

.. i! tw effect se the rpt Clt commercial ing" to take care of her-many friends J ", .' Light 17 MABBBTTB housekeeping 8TREmT.iI privilege. Apply ''npton.'' 'Three'of these 'are'good and should be voted with the (X) before* .1.
rI ised amusement 'to break' down rels who knew' from'' experience at the The auditorium' of the Baptist the .word "Yesbut the fourth should not receive,your support and you-'fL,
.' If' :'.pect for.'our,.' .ChrIstian 1 Sunday byconverting Graves House what< they might expect church was filled to .overflowing on WANTED. '.' should .vote with the (X) before'the word "No". The' Amendments WWI
;. t }t it ,into.a day .of :dissipation'thereby .' ' 'n. i VThe -* Sunday by' members of l the Sunday appear in the.following order, the first three being the good ones and "
y. yi ; .endangering, the 'mo -aJ) building 'baa''been'.felnishedand schools of the city,"and others in attendance WANTED '- Experlenod bookkeeperand , the l last the one that should be voted down. .
office man; married; wants -
position
and political fabric of: oar" nation U.
'1' i < the W. C. T. rally.A .
furnished and presents a roomy !: upon ; In Klsslmraee. Best of ref
t 'tax observance. Sunday as a dayJl and homey atmosphere. Regular"dinners prl e' of $2.60. was offered by the erences. Address: Bookkeeper TheOa.etle. '
.I/o t rent is not only a Divine command attendance 4T-lt Firal
for the by
served and short orders will Union largest"
are ,
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.;.r-l.\; x but ia also the civil law of the land be' made a specialty. Waffles and the school as 'a whole, 'and this was INDUSTRIOUS! MEN.and women want.e4 ,, School Tax AssessmentX
t _.' '"upheld as tacit by. the, Unitedtate., corn sticks are among the 'popularoffering's won' by the Methodist Sunday school, to retail the genuine Watkins '
'r 'Supreme.Court.'. ;; ,now, and. Mrs, Dupont..who -came 150 strong J. L. Qver- Products .In city territories. Bzceptlonsl.opportuolty Yes- .
to tie with
_ .. Fourth:' ,'I'hll\'we ; our merm up
urge promises many more temptations to street the, superintendent of the oldest and largest .company of Its School Tax Assessment
.fixers to circulate'petitions for kinder discriminating\ appetites. ',"\""' school announced that he would add kind. Our, hustlers average IncomeIs I
fit.gartcas' in'I our public 'schools, and ? $2.60 to this amount and thatthe $1.10 an hour. Are you dolrfsr 'as No i
: "write fOl'>information and advice on well, ?! If not write today for free M
Of, L. GARRISON SISTERS IN' whole amount,would be sent to the samples and particulars. The J. R.Watklns. Second' ,
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ti the subject to-National Kindergarten BEAUTIFUL 'POSING .ACT Children'., Home.in.Jacksonville. A .. Co., Dept. 81, 'Memphis.Tennessee. . .
$, .Association"> W e.t.40th'atreet .New very pleasing 'program was rendered. 47-ltx Circuit Judge Amendment ,
4'' ''Yorkorbat: we. sponser a biUipro-' rte; Garrison Sisters Casino,. Mrs W., B/Makinson read a splendid X Yes. '
I "WANTED -Msn with- csr to celloom-: ,
hmt''.of kindergartens .
the eatablla
;.vMlng.for '
I November 7'' on Child-the we line- UREa .AND e .
plete love priced
__ 4. :., upon petition of:'parents ,'The Garrison Sister F sent 'a placer on it.hW.'C.. McCroe won the TUBES. $100.00 per week and ex '. ,' I' Circuit Judge Amendment '
''vp' v '.eat. ,the next' legislative "....Io'ft.',;. posing act -exceptional! beauty audience -with a-reading "The False Sterling. Sterllngworth Tire Co.. No .". '
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t R. Ohio. 47-ltx ,
Liverpool.
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Fifth That the executive ,board featuring -Mildredthe erstwhile perfect Friends 'Clf our Union be asked to devise some :baby with a' beautiful turquoise tout true! origin of the World's Tem- AUTOMOBILE:- ) ..accidents ..prevented"bynew ; : *- Third ,; ;....'. ', ; ?-.''. .! :'
l 1'laa101' the' examination' ; school of Invention retails at $*., Wonderful ,. . '
blue plush1' cyclorama ., drop; for abaekground perance; Rev.- Z. Smith, I Mood r Payment of.Officers' Salary'Monthly
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/ text books,'and.if any are found to aided by' eleeteal.ef.. st. Cloud, made, a; splendid talk to Safety seller/Auto Signal profits'to Co., 410tt.Franklln. agents- .;.0' X Yel. ,' .. ' _
+ teach doctrines contrary to those of fects and novel" that Music- 'rendered by . '
of anew nature: the children. was street Tampa< F.lol'lda.. 47-ltx L ., .
_i the Bible, to use every proper means permits the ,colore ,to fade Into"., an.. Rouse's orchestra, and temperance ': .: :' Payment. of Officers' Salary.Monthly u'
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x to have such books, removed. "Alsothat v TELEGRAPH OPERATORS Station : : .1
; other, and a troupe of trained pigeons songs were song.il. Agents. Positions _Itln'W.. ,- r No : : : :
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d the' Union make; earnest; effort .r They ..Introdueenumber of teach Telegraphy, ToucH-typwrltlne\ :'
lc 'to have only men-.and women of un- tosinga[ representative of ancient and TWO'MORE" NEW ,STORES Buslness-penimanihlp. RallwarBtatlon -'. FewrthReapportlonment d "
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'.miitakable Christian'I as well M edu modern statuary and famous- pictures '0' / ON, BROADWAY.M.JDawson Agencyand Accounting. Write .. ,. '
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for literature and Special cationalquallfaUon for:teacber In \ ,....
{ ; recognized: as,the belt in art. Kan- 'Railway' Commercial Teleitraph .
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t ''the schools of state.1" ;. and A. Kanner of Tee '
oar! ,;; School. Bartow. Florida. 4 ,"t. I. .
l Sixth: ''That we recommend that CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ne.*. 'department' store at Sanford. .' .... "
4 .i woman-be. appointed as.'one of..the ', 'HEARS'' ELOQUENT SPEAKER were' in I Kissimmee I Wednesday completing WANTED" -Three horsepower GrayMarine' Reapportionment 'Amendment ,. '. !i.'. ...

federal' directors of prohibition ,in t: .. ; .arrangements .for a branch McClelland' motor. engine saddle, 'complete.and riding Also. - .x', : NO . I : b '
4' 'Jacksonville'and Tamps"-.and that The'Tegular' business of the'Chimher store in this city.: Broadway brtdlei must be In good conditionand : "ill'!\ .,
s l '3Csa Minnie, Neal' appointed for of Commerce was dispensed with lhe ,building at ,''119 'and a bargain. Address, "Engine.ar. ." I.Wchra.t s....port..t.,he Justice with It a" .at the SHAM 'a.....-
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Il Jacksonville and ,;Mrs. Lottie .
; : Mrs. Nelle G Burger, the eloquent fifteenth of'the'month.- ', "- f .. '
thatk orator, of the "atata.convention! meet-, 'The proprietorse are the member e ?: '
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the Woman'sChristian Temperance InC here t.bIa.week;'' Mrs Burger laa of an old e.tabllabed..firm at Sanford i :' DEHOCRHIC.EXECIIIIVE .COMlilEEV" > ".

'Union petition,the legislature to pass very pleasing speaker and her talk laving been' located. ,there for'about I .ANNOUNCEMENTS f I' .. .. '. ; ,
t ..-q amendment to the law regulating was enjoyed immensely: by: the members twelve; years t Mr.. Kanner will!' be . .
I "" in" active, charge r of'''the Kisiimmeestore. -
aZp the selection of Jurors making it present : *" ) '
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:+ announced ,that she .r For"Comity Gsgliwbaer _
4 po.dblefor'wom.n'tobe'Falled i \ tognrv The speaker r .
..Mc .-y! ,. ,>, would elaborate the subject usedat '*' 1" '
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'' to' 'g.'y.Hagermn'" : ,, who will be to- To the Voters of Oseeola County: < MSS .CONSTR tTION COMPANY ;
; Eighth: That' wa' extend the ; this; in her'night address XI.\mmee.1I ;
11 t -1\T\ .opl..of ICissimmee.the.. :the-"pastors of at'' the. Methodist church.. ; .This last membered the,'in I meat market having hen the Iam', an Independent of candidate /for .. ,
,.ehorchea and especially to. our address greeted by a"church full opened 'Quality. position countyeomnft.slolI.r 't : ; ,
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has from District 5. Your,vote .CONTRACTORS'AND'BUILDEIt" 'It
some-years ago ,- X'
and address is crowded .
,Iowa WX-T.-U.-comrades, other .' Her; .returned + :)
and to be
.workers who have .left nothing un- from .Issue of The Gazette but in Orlando your support. will appreciated. *
lone>-to'. make ,our/stay\comfortablendhmppy wlU,be printed .next week.(' '") Kissimmee. He has leased. the building .... .V v -wCxPiyLLIPS., .l' WOOb.BRICKSTONE/ "
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,. and to.the ladies>of.the - on'Broadway) : ;recently vacated bySam .(ra1 I, Ad98rUm..t) '
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II vaMoua ,churches who have opened 't';,WOMAN'S ,,CLUBMEETING'/ ; Prather an .will open-a market "' 'r_. CeII.t'J' |"-ml.s/eaer I f--; :" :STEEL, 'STUCCO, A > '' .'

;/!!- ',their'' homes so hospitably to u.,' our there Saturday morning' with,a'fall 'r11m the", republldan candidate for the '. 2r.-'BASS ""
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"h. ellll"e 'thanksand appteclailon..electea .' The' regular-, .monthly meeting? of line.of 'nat*/ .\ : ,..* j>, position of county..oo lml" o" 'er'fproqmTH.triit 822 Royal Street .t '518 S mule "A' nnu. 0"( '.,; yi
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. Woman'. 1.b-wiU be held on Tuos. ; "
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ti. afternoon HALLOWE'EN at Tuesday
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November at. 8:80 .
Mg.year .were-the ,same .except, for day ; November T. will be highly1 Mppreclatedv -, :
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'2'tf j.j41'....c corresponding secretary and' seere- at the Chapter House. An interesting; .' .Last'Tuaada evening' Mrs. C.hv. Saint fP Cloud.li IPnmiMl. 'S' 3 AilTertlsementlMENTHOtATUM. .H* JOHNSTON..' ; , :' ,

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;,?Those te:4leded.: or newly'elegted, hoped present.that' a.large; +number. >_ Ube dinner"partThe Meat! of .J., .VV ;' hO'xD.'P'SOD/:

I" are:,;;'''t'l. Hallowe'en was' carried, out in 'the
: : ; PrPL1..n'Miss'Minnie* Ne4'Jack.' :.Theexecutive committee will meetat decorations'and: ill-the corr . ?' .

.,. a '4,1"\',. w e'e* * ;:'p.r fn* '"*,s-';"Ide* ,s''J.: .wTheGazette's N 2:80",' reeedIDg'* Jdb.jflepariment..the.. .other,d meeting j faeuippedtodoalrpria >(. ners,......One. ;;of the"most'ollabl.Kea; %through; ; 'd*ni-fn I r'anfl I-' s i r :'start:'r'ariia.f'f, t : .-<'UccHsed. .,iuneral'Difcdor'Jew.eesjeeWerW' '; f t !::;, i" , i'ltrwt J


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,.n., _. 'l'fl1'.JDP&.Mr& ;' -",' E. Gilbert'' and I:. P. Tlmmons, ,,: ..,.... --- .' ..... Grads L.Ililq ...."" at C J Ji'; i

j ; ;; ,. ;. ?;TreasurerM s;:..,N.nie,H.tDolgi: Mr.'and Mrs. G.;W,;Persons.and lit. " ? .. .. ordatv'l4t'?! ' 'rice. 1t..te.a'. .. l' .
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,.iIOfr..iyael fifh. district spent ,Thursday. in ,..,. :, \* '..,/ ,1't.\. \ ....... ,. : , I' '/ "', . ,.,. .. ." _

m ;, 1'interviewing" iii ii-;''the i .voters.* :,' i.tt : :. / ''':'''''. '' ,... I '/';

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,\ I' Baltimore. J.,'Thursday'nightw MV WlHson :, 'C'.*representative'S.;: .Acree.week democratic, in baa Kisslmrae candidate been ;ill \ r : '. '

the'past was

,- 4 GotoE> '.- Caf,. on/Wednesday"looking aa, chip- Salient: Six
r, some hot, waffles.' ,w ,even i2. '. ;j" 'Stephens : ,

' B. S. Butler left Mondsy .lk The ''reason: )our' neighbors' aw :
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+\ I, nessvtrlp! ,.to;Gardi, '>Georgia. ", better, clothe, ,with their.allle' .
1 ,' Incomes They trade at Me-
} Mrs. Belle Lee arrived in .
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, : .. Expert' kodak finishing",at', i :' the. Ladies. .church':Aid will'Society have of, borne:the .: AYSKH' .E OW' N.E / 8'' ..

'.. Rexall; .Prug"Store. food for sale,at':MlDick' : drug ; , / .n "
i Lf'; ' : ... on 'Saturday,November' 4, in : ", i'' i' : . -- '. \ ;' .
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Mrs. J. KiKi ", afternoon.. ; ' , ... --1"
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.Eureka .left Tuesday for. \
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I Five1 'percent discount on city taxes ,
\ W,. W;. L.' Paulk bas paid before. Thursday, November '

': 17'f l '' simmee .and is greeting old . Books,'open on Wednesday No- 'YOUR' OPPORTUNITY ; '
. IJ.R'Gflbert city tax col- ''MY .OPPORTUNITY
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' shows in. Hole ...
Quality <5tf.MMS \
] $1 ,U'3.60,at, r., (
' h\ {" ", Mr. :'and:Mrs. L... G.. 'w r R.. V,. Phillips, Independent, ,candi' /IN' ORDER :FOB: ME ,'TO! GET A/Bpl US.ON A CERTAIN, 'NUMBER ,OF CARS'' FOB'THE; .
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'i\ '.,.VI ( 'r'+ 'meal DPmft":Tuesday." U;t .:e :shop In&:.-.in. for--matters-county d1atr ,commissioner in.:.- Kiasimmee u;. oolrJ.nK.,":1:Tues after from- .-wY1 AR4T.ISNECES. ; Y.FO.R: SEVERAU.GAR ...LOAD? ,TQ:Lnt.'l' lt EA t rinulml GIt: .\;.' z ':


fTtN": "lot ,alligator.rrr i )' and,, Wednesday.. __ NOV. 20tK.t.1.} ONE CAR' EOCT 3Hh( ,.ANOTHER CAR tEAVES: THE FACTORY NOV: 10th,
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:'". I:y dress,.coats.,.at'- ,. '' ,: R, G. Minnlck has engaged ,'J. 'T. ''NOV. 15thi .ANOTHER NOVA'] 18th.V J t I II
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J. Mi. Slater has I : .
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.,. .1, ". ,' . Harris Furnished.'' Gazette] Flat'lor'rent..office.v: . :',* and '','Laura Katherin Carl, Wyckoff'Annie Shock-and .\ '.-. ''J!" '........... .''' :'J YOUR. _OPPORTUNIT '. ...r.\ .,.'."..".' ,I::',.. ,;,0'J : :v,' h

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Mrs '&*;K.. Hilton'and .,Caaont enjoyed a fishing party I .. I >

, spent'Saturday'' 'at,;. East .Lab. Saturday,"- and rumor "

'f"rt' :, 1 fames City. -it--"somebody caught: ,one. fish.,. \. ,1, WILL/ , 'ACCEPTr. ;A. LIMITED 'NUMBER .OFORDERS. ; $650.00 CASH/BALANCE: IN 10 EQUALf'MONTHLY -'
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See the new hats-both The lunch room committee< of the PAYMENTS-NO NOCARRYING
dress hats-, at Miss Bandy's.f .. association will next. : INTEREST: ,. CUARGES! YOUR: CAR INSURED ' :
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Js'': Misses Edna" and'Fr 4da $ ., noon 'entertain the 'eft,. 'Uetounty council ,and ;- AGAINST'THEFT AND FIRE ,FOR ONE' YE AR.', .FOR; REGULAR; DELIVERED,.ORLANDO', -

j t visited in-JU..lmmee'with'. Icllool. board. at the lunch.room. DELIVEREi '
; PRICE ESTABLISHED
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ents over the week-end. YOU ONLYPAY: THE REGULAR '' ) .PRICE, NIN O t' i j
i ; Five percent drscount on'elty'taxes ,

.; Shaven.,'j6c* haireut, sec; l paid before Thursday November. 10 MONTHS.: TO 'TH ,FJRST ONE: ,TAKING','ApVANTAGE.OF; 'THIS .OFFERil} WILL:PUT ()N.:'A+\ jf
25c at-Casino Barber .Shop. .' Books open Oft'' Wednesday 'No.

' 'h .. Mr.; and'' T,R.' '' ... 1.' J. R. Gilbert, city tax col- DOUBLE,FACED.SPIIING BAR/BUMPERFRONT AND,.REAR.. ,THE ''SECOND ,ONE, ONE.; f
45-tf '
back in Kissimmee''from 'FRONT BUMPER:. THE THIRD"ONE, GILLIF ILL AN SPOT; LIGHT, ,FREE: OF: CHARGE..*
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a* mer's sojourn at Sepoba, 'Mrs. C. ,H. Punk left Thursday for I,;t, .

', . Circulars .are being Cent' her mother, Ohio to Mrs.attend John the' Sprung funeral> IF YOU WANT TO PAY ALL CASH, ASK FOR'MY SPECALROPosmoNDURINGTHLs'SALE. :,, : ,'

W day .for Minick's One .. Spreng was weir known in Kls '' :
Mrs. F. ,W. -Ames-' has .. where .ihe has spent, two win GET: A NEW CARGO WITH''ME'TO THE ,RAILROAD YARDSAND_ : BEE,''YOUR CAR'

'y' from Illinois the, where of-she ner-- fat 'I rl. UNLOADED, ,DRIVE/'FT"TO THE"SHOP AND 'SEE ''IT'PUTIN'SHAPE' ;'FOR'THE'ROAD.,

-. company.. .--. -; body_....._ Colonel E. I*> .Grantham, of Don: :
Remember i the cooked food Geor.democratic nomi R"-AS'K 'J '. <; ,"
Minick's, on Saturday .'' for state- senator from the. "IT'S. A GREAT;p THE STEPHENSOWNERS. tt I :T: / >L. ,, :
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nth district of state has '
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ac ', \ John 8. Cadet and H. C. P ,-visiting in Khsimmeo for a .few .' I ', :,
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in Tampa Tuesday on ln , ., ,

:\- :' 'nected'Circulars with are the being citrus *. Mrs.street S., received W. Thornton wordyesterday"p of 114!Vera :, .' . I ., '. i'D".t'I ...('t'i. ': '!""",i."{ j

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' "',' day for Minick's One Cent. death of he' brother Harry Gor, .." 'f i '. ;
,: ; at Baton Rouge. on' Ortoiier{, 2f H' \" ; .,. ' .
'; Mrs, Lewis'[ O'Bryan was details were given in the tele- .:: .. :> ; i .
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Carolina, j ,
South '
ColumbiA I ," ,. ,.... ,.. ''t ,' "' ; r1
bythe serious Illness o(. her . : -: i." ; '. :/
returned to I (t. .. I '. . ,' !* \ : \' '
Mrs. E. Allen .
Wayne 0' PRLANDO FLORIDA ; >.. .I
pj , Minick's One Cent Sale Wednesday from a visit ; ..1JM.. 'II \t.l. "" .. .. . .:\It, ..,.,. :''(1, .
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, ; Tuesday, November, lasts 'Ohio and Kentucky point She 4.cli" / \ ,. '. .t" ;; : / I
. ....aAcomnanied-AobyAt sMr. Allen'., .', ;TELEPHONE'1128; .. .L. W'. _.", ',' ',.. ..;' . "t 1N.s 10.64 W4 CENTRA m''
: Mr. >J... ,M, Allen ''of South I > : '' \> I IA : / _
t MJ- and Mrs. H. C. ; .: ,; >! ; y7 J' . ', \ .' ; ,'
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, t tip from TampaSaturday They, 1r''e ._ J ., ..,.. ''w. J ,. . I" ',,,, .... ,... ,, ,'.
; 'to visit relatives., ''" t 'Mr.' and Mrs. Roy A. Wells, who '"'' .. ... . .. .. .
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" I came' back' to>Orlando have from, Born: In: J tcksonville,"to.Mi. ''a'aM.G. .cool; who are of eligible age, meanlug ) ''. I la.. .'t ; :,I"\L ',' .
Minick's Onel- Cent 'Sal. Kissimmee Beach, Maine re; P; Garrett, Sunday r October. ten years or over, belong to sew.ing ,'. :,. "...'
Tuesday, Nov.mb.r, '{, lasts i to' and are occu ?8,' 'da\tl'hterRosaU.;Suzanne. clubs. The sewing club girls expect -
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one the .
of WlUson apartment ,
ytn "' ,- .. -. '. ''to become" active' in' the school ; ','
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the V . 'G. PwGatrett' ; 'drove' 'home from .I
winter. ;
'' ? garden,'clubs.; The other schools 'all
; 'ne.erend and Mrs.' N.. W; Jacksonville *. where he has .
: 1 .. 'Five percent discount on city taxes Sunday, have sewing clubs, but have not registered
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cltamp"came over been for the put month.He reports the maximum Dumber of those "
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paid before Thursday, November "
ate attend;thetWaC.T, UU. the roads good .in all except Seminole .
elihlble.IMBPKCTOHS. .,
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. Books open"Oft Wednesday-No .
',Thursday .' I '. conuty on a ,,detour between '
t .. i" :1 J. R. Gilbert, city tax col. "
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'f i,<-'Strawberry'' land on" ten ye ; r. .11;" ', '_ >, . 45tf. Monroe and! Sanford.: _/l. -. .AND CLKRKS' ," ,Pt, ,

A4 ; real bargains." Nelson', .., ; F..Woodward last Monday start'rectlon Mr.' and hire. J..L.-Overatreet went, 'a;The.:110"'ln.-' -named 'were'sppolnlte, .,,; IaLO t
Over.street's by the commlaalonera ol'Oaeeo ... ..
pupa': _ to Tampa Tuesday to meet Mr. oounty'an "
house Mab-
of another on
Monday.,October Kt.lStS.-to acta. "
mother Mrs M. N. Over-
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.. t : 'ibetween"-Vernon-f I and laapectora and judg-es at the general I .
.Dr.+Haynes Brinson < street< i. :f'-'
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his erstwhile place streetmaking the fourteenth street, who has.been in Manatee'visitingr elctlon to beheld ,?throughout Oicoli .r ,..
.day from her sen-in-Jaww! and daughter county Thursday, Novmber T. bill: I \"
dence Main street to this enterprising cont actor 1 t
JSLiLupfer
on Precinct No. Sr.M.l p.Alexander.
Mrs: Austin. "
Reverend and J. -W.
added to Kissimmee during the H. ,, Announcement .t.\
'_' stone hotel.. Mrs., Overstreet'' accompanied them Btanley/Bullook. Inapeetors \ r : .t,
to ast year., ; E. D. Kale, clerk. .
Fine' Thanksgiving{ turkeys back' to Kissimmee. Precinct No. J-<1. C.' Bronaon .T. m I '
w : the .' Charles : \ .1'" '{' :t
has rented the Tyson Inspectors; "
*y Joe Prevatt, at Exchange: S.'L. Hagerman O. 4iarrett, clerk. '. ,1,, ..
and'Mrii.
;. house' ; -room in the Beaman building .Mr. J. J.'J England: : arrivedin .Precinct I.-J. E.'Roberts.7.AlIeM' : ,A.eclited- Decorators formerly' of j I f1' 'I atI ''',
AL! ''occupied aa a vnlcanixlni: Kteslmmee Monday from Woodland Yuloe Smith Inspxot-irs; E Eo Hollywood' and' Ban ,,.Bernardino Calla ". ... lit p.. '
;.P Mrs. L; fe. Livermore and expectsto open a.Wen. Michigan for their customary Brown, clerk.' Adam.. .' ., desire careful to'consideration'announce that after _. ,'r .I\ 1. '
I Precinct 4 W. M. K. E. Llv of. Ufforent'
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:: I night from Connecticut, tomorrow Saturday. Mr.. winter residence and are at> their ermore, Mike-P.tel'lo..ln.PKtor.. ; Otto Florid 'clt I va,.coveringperiod ? r"v 1 I'.' ,
i.., has'spent the ,summer at, was formerly. proprietor of home at.14 Orlando avenge. Mr. and Bleech. clerk of t'WOJ.a.'KI..JCIO.' hsus b..n. .> , ,' ,.: ' }
":. .7 home .iQ. Lebannon.'. Quality Market. Mrs D.'S. England who ,usually, accompany Precinct E.-W. M. Blml\'lpna;' Nathan chosen t as permanent location it '''fi } a "
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them did not do so,. this Blunt P. D. 'R uleraMi. InspectorsWilliam PROVEN' thatIt'Is' ; 'F. ;.1' .
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H. Kempfer, elerk. .most conveniently-located I.a"" ; I .1
.,:, ;i.' Have' you, tried that 'Mr.' and Mrs.- W. S.: Graham reurned i year on account of the poor health Precinct .-A, B.'1:1&: NatBaaa, At. 1' .. Keneral deooratlnabualneaa.",em-X;"; . ; \.,.( i"" . A' e

o brrtl elerk. .(.Arnold.> . Inspectors' ;, B.; F. ,Rowe, ,, I ''MERCIALWork bracing both' INTERIOR,, ... and.. ,COM.... ,It' '.iK,"a I I.I'i.\ ';+" Y
to Jacksonville and I ..:. : !' "
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I' Precinct f.-H. J. CI'O"er, Albert ,\rl o: ; :C... I .
the east coast to Miami and 1 MI' .-J. K. Milliard, James Milliard yurther-,. ,. I
>Mn: rod Mrs.-- C' B.. Cram v Hullnr, John I* < rig.' k/
PherlgIn.pectors'J.A. 1
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t at their.home on east Park and Mrs Irene Roberts, .formerly ofHllllard's Woodbeck; Yl
I : .r.J .Wednesday from Mount now..'.' Mr.', Graham attended the *Islandbut now living,at Precinct' ....Spencer Tyson I. R. . The' ASSOCIATBH' OBC.:' ' V;' 0, '/ sylvania.'and are living at Donea-an. Roland ThompsonInapee '? ORATORS will hereafter be known' : : Vt"'
: : '. . at.40d! atlot'tte steet.Splenid ./. : tbaDpm .ln Orlando ]Monday.\ .> Homestead* who have been visingrelatives tors a. J., Entrlkln-clerk.; ,aaMID TAXH .BCORATORSjbyr.".-.. ',t-I'> ; :
:' :. I ,Jn Tampa stopped over, in Precinct0.. H. Padg tt'Carl /81m on-of Its HOW central looaUon ',, I'. + u
;" "sli.room bouse 'Mrs:;J. 0. Sikes and littl.'dauai ter Kissimmee,Monday and, Tuesday'on mon. A. J. Story, Inspectors; P.'M. Ed. ,and.,. solidta.' your"; patronare.. : 1 '9' ..,.
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re new residents'of Kissimmee,, haw and', visited old rid clerk. ,, ', '.' -iI'noqu.llty' / '! "-
''riij..i': 'famished! $40 per month.! their way home Precinct 10.-H. J. Schmidt.. J.. A. otwoik" [: .. . ," :J" \
.;:., .Realty Company. r: arrived Tuesday from Illahaw friends.?' While here -they drove. '''out Woolen. ;J.- A. Mtnnlck;. Inspectors", ; B. .' i.doneJ wlH, not be gueetioaed'an4 " '1' : '" ;'I ,
:. I i. well with this \ = "'. ,t""Ollowl".terenc"'ar. ':" II' > "
Sikes acquainted O. Hancock, ct.rk.t'recl"ct .1".
\, ,. to. their old.bome andgrove. '. '. ::J :.' I
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: )Iowan. Cofvln fered In l'OfIf" .
' '.i- A.' L. Vickers recently' and la'very anxious to make U.-P E. i: : 'r'f' 'J
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... : MrVnd'MsTc7DlCoie returned Parker, J.' D. Carlln,, Inapvctom. O. C. .. ).; ", 'Fri
'-, from Valdosta: &otgla,' .s home r here if lie'can secure em : Outlaw" clerk.' ; ..laeual .T ) >;rr. .,'- 1 .,. +.
f., y.. drink ellspenser at Stanlsy-s', *in-his line., lie, is-an exerienced to Kissimmee- .:Friday afternon tt .11:. I. OVBHSTRBET.. "Tampa'.rt School it "j' '. 'I\; :" :>' ",''.1'\ '
"' cy, on the Rivera corner. '" book-keeper, ,and general! from Benton Harbor.' Michigan, and Attp t! >, Chairman., ., ',,,", "U.,'COryAnderson' M. .. ", ,' ,:.), " .t'
. ;i Pbotogrephs''oof .; flee man.At': t, "# I are at their \home at: 120 Bryan streetfor 1i 1*. VBRSTRBBT, Clerk 46.JR ':,, Any: arehiteet' who, .;,may<:bave'eiQaapartlla :/ l"t ;w. ,r"I'k:,
, 'f. U t i the"wihter..Thet'left.,Michigan : '. } sld.r.dourwork. '. "i 'tt. c
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" "j "" ''W.' C.T. U. delegates,' for Mrs." Belle 'Hornsby' arrived' last .,on the ,first of.the month stopped a r; ,, Ei. SAMPLE ,. .. ...+\, ', c...,. : !ff'q F II, ."' i. w
".. of The -Gasette." J"-, : from Philadelphia to spend a .. and ; and T, '", < -- Locallr"t..DtI) 1 4 }" " ', '
office couple of >week.:fat Cincinnati- . . 4
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Ii' dars looking>after her '. '
property made and
\ ,;{ >9' ahort' Stops,, at Lonlsville! t!! ; ... .I.ON '1. offer.d .. an ezampi .
d i' ?!'$ .t' pies, Margaret Weisbrod ', .... Her 'daughter,;"Miss Marion; Zadaden Alabama.: Hundreds' ,.of having'completed. the .Abramscourse ,Of. a-well. .balanoedinteriort I : t.r;.<1. '1.jt c' I i r
, ..; IsbrodidrovK-te.: ion Tom are attending school In Florida-bound cars 'seen en- .. last Winter at Frisco .' 1; .. ,
!..., 4 urad': to''wlheegTthel/ I .. .. this r term'and f or.that RouteyTheyreportjthe''roida'goodwith ; { /were California,, now > .. .. .d'. iTb.-jrJljW.. +;, . ,.1Silq ,,0., .", ',(' /. ',iaa,,,\I.';,'!.,1.. '..aSi

...: '1' Gainesville'; football, game..kr. the- famUy" will not come ,to. the exception of; six miles ofsand4 I IHave! :V.. Y- r CASINO Theatre/'lobbr.w; example.s. ... ''. ', .I .
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i i :svV, ,.f: C._T.. U. delegates for. sale Mrs: 'James' O. Todd,'president,''and ? .y. r, ,. I '',, We believe that X.lmmee\ .," i/ ; '
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:it w,, :>'V! >fflee of The Gazette., ; GiMcIntoshJ.._vice-president. WO 6 WOOD'WOOD WOOD ._ __ ; ichoaena by.any'nrm-'dos: : to 4 ; ':" .. t
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1'( H' 'MrsJ .' the..Cainesville W. VT., U.. .were not -n jarr. shipping.- "
.i..i/lJ'*/ \" ; Z. ,Robel'lio ret ''' the ,delegates!"'.in f f, :rj 'I iKisriminee' Monday from'a ',week.'".'Mrs.,Todd'is well ,known fIow120> blocks 15Inchdelivered for Blood,Tests and'1Yent Acute and. 4 our power to' advertise It' "' !" ," ' } ',-It'. ../., !.!. ire
; tj , EC.D.n.s.e with, hez\: '.tbrd.state, ", .Jisrvintr brier>> $3.15 '12-inch blocks' $2.95. Split for Chronic. Disea.es-byv theELECTRONIC"REACTIONS tadvantagaa"wb.peovetingotherr: "tW". ... .
S\t'nty, vrkMair* I ; v .. ,. terrItorye t. . 1' ,.k.r",: 'f, '
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,f", \ ; ,.\ ... '1' j jIn. :city .and'socIetyeditor; of stove-wood"guarariteedr'ful1, strans; OF "w. '! 'to'thank'f our" '!.. <.,. '
., (' ,:).,: :'.IIBoni ; ..Avon'Part;,ta'.. a.Gainesville Ttv.. I Daily,, News..- '", ''Z'New 6-inch :for-13.85, 12-inch:';for .$S.15. ABRAMS'' !=;> ;.' ,. .' ", ," ,' .' torn wish their' .upport 'anel.; I I;' ,-;.: ., ..f '4Atfon. -.'}!.,, .I .,' S
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.Khaki,-22c 'chambray,; 20cJ; oil v *:; '?; ?' ? MTriiil'? : cl> ;r"I': .., .
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"": ""' ,, '. .- 40e; men's, underwear "dieM!r PLAN '. t 'MiD-STATADIICOHATORsi .
the Kissim .. tol 1. '. ly t " 'E ',' r, . .. (.4. ", ... .I. ,
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men's Ilelepreef'' hosierri'' drsss ; TO PLANT-CABDEK8fh I F
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. .. .. . . rt ,. ,.. WINTER; RATES TO FLOMjD' ,1"I :. : ,
hJA. $1,44l,4 E -
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4 'It : :' ARIOU J .' ,';"[ tmTES r. , 6: .A YEATS '
Under. iiat of ctober7e'U.: b. \ .'
Pusey, general passenger?,i y gent, DISASTER ,RELIEF'COST
: Louisville and' Naahvill B. ',&, Co.. ,
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advised the Florida DevelopmentBoard ,
Y that, the variable routes to. u-... ./ --ott:! .
.. : Florida, for which theyhad: made .re- Red'' Cross 'Aided Vic-
quest!' several months aero,, wiU'apply 145,000
H H Hf :. this season on winter tourists,'fares i Urns In United States-Losses.;
from
from Ohio river $gatewayri'also "
points' north-thereof, going, via any Total $ .oooocioo.: -
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: direct' authorized route
via the same'or any 'Other authorize b
route. Tills, makes possible( Inclusion Seventy-two disasters, wlttt hundred :
:, of Pertsacola on1' direct routes and 'reported killed and,injured, /Sad Vr 1jf
dives' opportunity;' for visitors to spore'than. J4r: ,(XK Q either I 1iomel<' s or '
f travel across the jiofth: -portion of requiring assistance, '''called for eui'rgency' ..t} f J'ql
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Florida Jf'they desire on their winter the
relief 'meniures and ix'pendlUire -
tickets from central paaeengersean, ;
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.elation/ territory. of $1,441,480-30 by' IIhe .
For a, small additional! fare passengers : American-' Red Crow-during' the, Oll"al f . ,
N tH from point north ef the Ohio/ year ending June t80., 1022; cording, .. '"
r river may*travel In'one direction via to. a statement based" on:.llie- forlh- a' ...
)Baltimore or Washington and in the coming annual, 'report''of'.tlie ;Jed: :
other direction via Jh1o..riwer"Irate' Cross. The greatest toll of'life via '
Hens
,ways. . II_ taken by hurricane end tornado, ;Moulting
'W1ththclrcle' tourt m-J'; ,ckso = "whlle'tte overflowing'' > rivers, the
yp'V : r. vilje including Key West, Havana and breaking of dams and torrential rains Need Purina Chows : 1d
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+ ; , Port Tampa, available for the first 'drove.the greatest'' cumber of. people "
time this,season Florida visitors will from their' home.'f'The property' IDS .I 9 3
}r :, have the privilege of visiting{ manypode was, estimated at more than. ,$30- ;Moult dragging? Yourhens fi., 1
of interest in Florida and in '
000.000. ., .... ....
: ether Httat-ea-rfor ''One farer"whleh-no T he*"7elr'I'" doubt Florida will when help to the stimulate''information travel to eluded twenty-six floods, Dln"tpentor- T'eed it to'them'or they'll rob CHICKEN '. 3their'

r comes widely known in northern ifa'does.fifteen 'fires," four epidemics body-tissues to get'it .. '.
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two'thealre"collapses, two shipwrecks .* ,
state II CHOWDER
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| o nrna1nh1PT.1'brl 1 collapse and laying .will come, .to ,.a

POULTRY' EXPERTSIN mine explosion;"railway collk sudden stop: Feed Purina --:. ;.-. "
: .. !,KISS !UIEE 'Ion, and a drought Of the floods In Chows., Give your hens the ,-4H
the United States that at San Antonio "
.. r* .- Mrs. EJla. Kendall and Mrs. Effle Texas,, caused the greatest material they need forboth ,
f' ; ' "- some Garrison time willbe, maklug in>a Kissimmee'survey'of the for property loss, ,6.000,000'and'' the high featheis and eggs,'and you- .. l.--4,

1 .. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, poultry raised in this vicinity.., mark of. fatalities.'. .100, while the win be repaid many 'times PURINA', :.
flood In the Tlclnlty of Vlcksburg: .and ,
These ladies made'a apecla'l l studyof 'r
poultry culture and >'are >preparedto Natchez, Miss., forced 81,000 persons over: UDf mow ; V
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I help poultry raisers'in.and around from their homes.A .c* ?...- .', 1'
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:. :, I. regret. that 1, shall not have the time to make : Kisiimmee, feeding on of such moulting problems* hens''as culling and* the Red National'Crost CalamityIn disaster relief. More-Eggs" Guarantee. w k "'\.

) ;: 'the personal canvass I should jike. .to. make in. this :.: _othersuch/.WMkln.Kiaeimmee.tlley poultry ,problem, ,.;:will call "for-'MBnyTrears"records there'will ene probably s calamity'which remain .win The geor Purina .Mills-'.&&garqnt*:.of-..3..T m that-*noa you f - I .. ....' .. .,f

1 on all poultry raisers to take up state with back. when you feed Purina Chow as t
; campaign. It would be,a genuine pleasure to me to these important problems. toucbed nearly every a directed. Phone as ,
of loss. This I
sense of horror and was ,
'. meet all the electors and jt would give them. a better Stores The. enterprise has; made of it,the possible Florida for Feed the the''distressing .collapse of the roof "1 1"

,: basis .of understanding for prudent action. the poultry. experience keepers of to these ret the, experts.benefits of of Washington,!the Knickerbocker,' D. OL resulting theatre Jn nine.In' FLORIDA '- :

ty-six 'deaths 123'persons: injured, 'FEED STORES
4 ; /"My interests are 'not selfish: I desire that Os- The '52,000 girls enrobed} in Situated*in the 'center of the beautiful :
canning- clubs last year,, acording to Northwest residential 'section, this
;, 'ceola 1ountprocpre the !best available material for ; reports ttf the' United ,State'depart- motion picture theatre was patronizedby -
ment of, agriculture, ,,cannS!!"2,2 many 306
I theirs' Representative in the< Legislature, You are quartS! ofl fruits and -vegetables. In the official and-civil life of the Na Broadway 'jV1}
T-bepe younghome maker also ,made .
tional Capital, whose family and personal
Vthe, judgerand the jury. Your\ erdlct will' bV accepted 610,000 quarta pf jelly. connections radiated out over TELEPHONE US.-YOURNEEDS- '' >
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1 I entire country. The horror was .
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as a candid'expression on the subject, and, : -
Rejoices Daughter Intensified by a terrific snowstorm '
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4 to. :,.if;jt,is'favorable" to my candidacy, I, shall. exert evteryh6riprable I: Can Resume Studies which:block ,Red though Cross.It relief retarded, did not Call Up' No. 218 ,. ,.,

'; : means at my.command to further. the Airship Crash 'FI' d. Aid at' Hand (TWO.ONE-EIGHT. ) ', '. :
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little" destruction of the U.
: "Everything my 12-year-old: The crash and ,. .
i 'welfareof' . .' Osceola. county; arid the '"state.4s girl ate distressed her; even a 'glassof S. Army's large airship Roma In Vlr .
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water' would clause her to belch glnla last.February with the loss of 84 : fI):
,.-..- -..-" gas 'and she was unable to go to officers and men' and 11 Injured was .
:' : .. school for nearly a year. I bOught: the first disaster of Its kind'to call to FOR SALE
"". ,... her a bottle of Mayr'e',Wonderful Red Cross relief In this country. The ,
vF Remedy, ajid since taking' it she is suddenness of the accident tested the' / .'
A. STROUP eating us(out of house and home and preparedness of the brganiiation I, and 1
' : is attending school again."' It is a of. tbe Chapter at Hampton. Va, but
., ,.... !It ,' ." .: . ." 1e simple, harmless 'preparation, that the response was,Immediate and relief 'The Board Public Instruction will offerw 1
';."',of ; F "'o1o.t it1, '; -GiY+ty".V\ a '" :'removes--the-vcatarrBal' mucva from County oft;. :
4 y (paid' political advertisement) ....ttr the intestinal tract and allays the.inflammation furnished the expenses the of survivors relatives, also of funds the dead for., for sale th'a following school property at its next regular* .J

,'! )I l't" >$ ,; .w.k .- . ,stomachliver which 'and.,causes Intestinal; practicallyall ailments who came from long distances to claim meeting, November 6, 1922: ,' ', ,

.OOO'.OO'.OOO..O" ,OOOOOO..OOOOOOO.o' . .. .- t ;,, including appendicitis. One their own., ; (' .. ',
1 : dose -will ,conTince.or money. refund In the years oversea record, for aid l B.assrille School HpusVand five.acres of land.

. ... .. .. . . : 1'"H' \ ed.; 'J. Z. Roberson; and druggists rendered by the Red Cross are fwo. 'Peghorn School House arid one re of land. .... :'
< OOOO .... O 009'000.0 0 C OOO 0'0 O 00 OOO everywhere.". *' fires In the Philippines, one in Manila, (
.k.kq which destroyed 1,000 'homes,-with, a Union .Center.School House... "(1

i .. .I. :S' : iaSSIMMEE: \ > =PLUMBING\ :loss made of-homeless$1,500,000. the and other 8,000 at'persons,Tonio, East Lake School .House' ,and:one acre4' of }land*,, r. *; ::a

;,. UR.ANeE.1;: I ; '. .., SHOP, ,., which drove 3,000'from'their dwellings.In . Persons desiring to purchase any of the above named) v.
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and
r' "iI. !"''1,:'''''''J 1)"'i 1'1.','J. ,.. :."', ," ; ,.,'.(..":... !it. :" \ \.i' JNbth ng oo'Big I.i Domingo,.which.had a total -f 22,000 dent before ten dclock November 6 1922. t 4 4k.
fil \ ',:' ; t:; : ,, :,t. t deaths In single day $ .jv.; :f:( ,
I .':.. 0<". ,! " SERVJC I E.\. .: ;. :.:) t }:,;:<'Nothi>ng f o'Smal1. cases tested with the readlhess.225 the a Red. Cross : \: ; ; "
", '. ,The Board reserves theright to reJect aU buls,
ny'or '
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be,
I Tt1ATSAT1$19 for action; and the same can : .
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s I : : All Work',Guaranteed of'the San Domingo"Tiurricane which
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killed 12 persons and reduced the ..
INsfisTANCE To Be.: Satisfactory, homes of 182 person to wreckage. A "" I I ;'.I'I
ujPF.flJS: AGENCY j .
T : : : flood In' San Salvadorwith a death '
, refugees, also BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
toll of I 50)( and 2,000 was ; ,
. ., .000..0000... .. 15'Broad: way:2 Telephone- 143 effectually handled "by the local Chap OScSE f .
.-,.,..--.;-.r"P. .UH;___ ,_" ? ._,u._" ,_. .._,._;;_u..u____;_. ...._."--, -.'.--. ___._... --...u"-" -.. '-, -- ter, of the American Red Cross. .V. ... OLA COU r.rY, (' ...
Perfected '
C Relief Machinery ""
: ,' .. '. 'The,year has seen the -further per C. E.. WELL' Secretary.. 'p, :
- = LveritFo '- F Fs . fection oJ:: disaster' relief admt'alstra.tlve j .. Y'
An r .Everyone tpErijpx[ -measure everraeld of"Amerl-- ., .. .. I.t ,.
a .Y' .,; i i tim7: 'e' 4' 'can Red Cross activity,' and that the .;/ :vIf.

... .: + ''. 'T-IEDEVOE''INTERIOR"'DECORATING'( DEMQNSTRAlTJON ,., work may be carried on to still greater HAROLD HUME : P, SIMMONS. D. 'A. MORRISON JH., \- 'OJ,, ''
.. J :$ ; accomplishments the American Red President Vice President Sec. aTeav I
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,. -. Cross is'appealing for widespread. "' ;
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: : Best Fertilizers 'InsecticidesM. Sprayers Poultry ,Ssppfie .
.lIe"'al' of membership, during: the :a'anal Honest Goods '. Fair Prices .
r: Prompt Shipment
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can, to1 be .conducted this .
Roll '
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; ' year from Armistice"Day, (:November Ask iefgbbor-H. Knew t' Ii
...' ;., .t 11)) to;"' ajt including. Thanksgiving. GET HEW; FALL1 PRICELIST'' BEFORE BUYING:' ., }.,; ,.- :-
; . Day ( '80). , E. PAINTER Noytober ? O. CO.. \
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j .. q '. ..e,., ';." '1\1", Red;.cross :Roll Call ,, '. .' ,, "',,0r -

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'. l ..:;;*i Blake,',,the. ',..famous..-I ,'. interior. .decorator,.. '. ,.. wwill. be. .....aw.. rd d'the vyumer 4F < ..pn.n tot, ...1.\ta pTKraa'.;IUll Call by utter.to tats' ,My, r f"frm'". '>:''Wednesday--November1;; ; to midnight i '. fr'r.: ., T i

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; : 41 ;LEGAL:t ADVERTISEMENTS, f fI ,,and erty of..=ar''Nortnweat; : t of..In>'.ln.Q the N<'>tto 9111 xoorrdar.of. ot Complaint aoiitb M w-_+r'It' : ,JEll ::CIOSS' -1Ma. r: X:'"K ,). ; EVH, :SKI'1 .A :,TURKEY MX? /


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'' n' 'i ', ttthJu4Ab1a1; 'Circuit. Cmapaar'.r* unknew;.. 'And 1Lo'rop. : OW1'TM.nty-nln.:Twenty" t.'Ossoula.ty "' . '. /y ,'WFWTFWHEOiKM1 : ,'N'.l1.1.'b..Ji 1 "

)a aq d" eli.oCataCoun v'" F1erh s, OB the return of the sSertflr ofoeceelaCouaty "" Or 1. .. ; ,
r In 'QIICIIII'It.! Uto" W. ,afcy. Cora*. ,, Florida, ot hi* 'Inability to Tou. .1d*.aeir of Jro";.'t> ar*" 1>erbyraulrdt : '' .,-. ., !ox 'w.'sprt.Udng'' about,: la'5 nice I ',
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plainsnt .1'1MJ."? 1., t.- t arr* -*- auh .;Isi 4 Obyapery In this appear- .tbe/Blll of Com.MfflaT \ of '
.. Repp6ena:' SUI. ,to. iult'' title CAW* Oat >the Florida EanW and Hortgaire .' flttd'l-n this _a_' on ,,the rule. I, p2sr'e., ,"e for
Mjrder: ...ol\Publ'ltlon ';". " \- O|>mpe.ay. Laatfted..a.'foreignjcor*' day in January, same being" the: .lit. .. *., wWwi..;.1IIR1Rf y .fwwtmerfingetrtefWorkiii flt dair. ';J e.fUyt ',.
lMieF1oridato<50..14ent.. ; TheState5xil . Uo""..-owlne to the failurethe day of '"....u.r,.. A. D.. IMS.' WitnessthHonorabl p Frc wofeU iv : ;
'... said forelgn'toorporatlon'' have with C. O.'Andrewa as Judgeof
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'"pwSUs claimingjnterests .nd.r In -&b., tltate ot.Florida. an officer oragent the. above Court and my name-a* ( J proserv,
Henry Overatroet.'deceased."or atb.r.. .upon whom process can be Clerk thereof.' and th*. official seal one.aid of bacon one elek.l or
I prop.rt) h.r.lnatt.r Aa served! And It appearing to the Court thereof. hl. Slrd. day. of. October. ,A. United) StatesAartca tale. turkey or one,;oui.of, .:.tomatoes. .
'crlbed'MI cl.lml.. l.t.11 tllat. this -'-I. Bill 'In In the r '
pardes ".Equity' D. 1111.', corn box of ,
'il peas, or one ofange
!... Under A.,. W. Leonard ........ or above styled'1 Court tC. the ill tie ;; J. L. OVER8TREF.r. Clerk., r
otherwise'' In the property hereinafter. of the Complainant* Motor W. Bby.. (Circuit.'Court', Seal) on. ' or aptrlt.'as'they .right l
described' All partlea 'cUlmlna Inter against the said Klsslmmee Hardware By R H. Bullock, 'D, C. ,:'ft** Croos 'M *o find it }i acor** of little 1 i"

eata under Mary,, Or.r*4reet,,''deceeed..f .. Company, a corporation and Florida KRIBBS* STEED!: , ,.......Uet: of better health has looked ..' and 'orphan'children under. -t 7
.th.r r1.. .Jft the property herelnAfter Land and Mortgage Company Limit Solicitor for Complainant 4T..t the of "Florida'. Greatest
describedAH' partUs. clamln ed, a. foreign corporation. togetherwith lU'ttreblem **sar.In tbefacs' How care Cr

und.r ".rtha.' A. Tyner d.- other a parties mentioned quietIng -. NOTICE. ,.br. MAHTER'S' BALK. It accepted the task .revealed to It 1*' ity"-the Children' Hon!. { ,.
'.cued, or otherwise In the, property the' title of the Complainant to the Florida,, would not enlyr'.have'the' ,
hereinafter : deacrlbed All' "parties following deaor.lbed, property., to-wltt In CiroyIt''Cbur' for the iTth .Judl ''th* naUon's physical condition ng greatest Thanksgiving Day and din t
llLImlnc Interestsunder 8tewary ..Tya .. Tb Southwest; quarter.x of the olal Circuit of the Stat>of Florida, In brought out the d
n.r. )''d. !, >ed.. or propert' hereinafter described- 1' 'Allyartle. 1 The, Northeast quarter of 'the Independent Ftaherlee Company a and consdentlotsiy-applied! Ita activities wuldb enough left over to provide

claimingtntre.t. .under Vln.na Northwest quarter ,The North. corporation complainants venue. .7S. to correction I ) ones 'that, ,; twill
"J.' Ya'... dc*..*d. o..otherwhN In west quartpr'of the- Northeast.quarters . .- Stratton 'A. L.' Barber.Collie, forms "vivid/ 'chap under' the ltl. ?
the property toeralnafter described) The Southeast ,quarter Batson and Standard. Fisheries tee In the forthcoming tnnuiir reportHistorically come er. Of the So'
All panties vlalmlQsr lnterests.ubderJack.on of the Northeast quarter The Company a corporation respondents; det1 through'' the caning year. 0
Yates' d.ceeaedorAotherwt.e Northwest quarter of the ,8uth';., Foreclosure of Chattel Mortgage.Notice .' and practically. ; nursing Isa -see to it that// family' ,), w
in th* property herinafter deacrlbed : east Qu.rter/'I... 110."ar square. of Masters Sale: Notice basic work for tti* Red Cross. In''Its gets Up--a'"Turkey. Box YOUI. little 4 "
All parties' claiming to'.r..'.- under In the Northeast'Corner'and the Is.. hereby '''given that .under and '
Klvlna" .V. :McLaughlln. deceased, or Northeast quarter'of i the Southeastquarter by virtue. of. a-..4tnal -decree- entered on publlo health'numlnj service,, In,, Instruction orphan, and homeless children of '
otherwise In the- property hereinafter4eacrlbedr less no.' yards square In October 4. 1012.- that I. the undersigned In horn bygleneand: ; care'of Florida 1 Jf you can only spare one
All parties .claimingInter. -the Northwest Corner. Alf In Sec.; Special Faster, will on the first Mon. glass It 'In safe 0
r jelly put nice
..ta'under Henry McLi..U8hlln, deceased lion **, Township Si, South.Rang day In November,' same. being the or- otherwlatn- the'property herei, |S 1aet.O.c.ola '''County. of':.{; November,'' A. D. 1111,'- at the and' life saving courses and health cen- box and send it.>ar r :Turkey, Boxmay'
., ? ni.fteri' described All parties claim FloridaTherefore. ? front door 0(' the Court House In KJa- men justthaf,. cr'Yi ay.men ,
RJnir .Interests under "Malcolm N. Over. It I. ord.nd that the said "mp\e"-.9l1ocot.", County Florida, dnr tent., the American<< Red Cross Is apTpTyIng"eirectuaHy Af -
.tre t."d.ceaaed-m'-ntllerwl.l "Jin the I 't1nIInn'n.--H.rdwarr-com-pany-a-cvr'' 'lute the- I-n3urs of sale, offer! for the leasons. learned eats;aIr we *k" is'that'yoV gamily : -- r ,
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property hereinafterdescribed/ : All poratlon, and the -Bald ... rldn ''Land .all* and sell at public outcry tor'CR.h : : N
. .. Interests under Mary and Mortgage 'Oompany Limited' .during the war1 and for;' ,send that
.11. claiming In'hand to the highest bidder the following ; making a wi. abmetbng&wh.kf.r' .
8. Broneon.' deoeaaed. orv otherwise In foreign corporation, be required to ap described ; personal property healthier "
stronger and better'nourinked Otetbia".ey Tb.
pear to the Oil 'of Complaintnled In -
the situate In. Oaceol. CountyFlorida:
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,., A ll par iesl clatminginter.ataeunder this eapae' 10n th* -Rule Dar In December On.* (1) Motor Boat named .., eltlsinry.The .... r. By" the 'way-rU wouldn't (Idea if-'yon packed'your''goodie*' %
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Allee Tyn.r.o>deceased or- otberwlae- Allparties aame being. the 4th day, of P,' ;)..."> abojjt ID .feet long with a task of the ,Red Cross'; Public with 'sonic children a clothes, ribbons,'.sweaters,' und.r. 4'
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lierlnafterdescribed? 1 1 and ;:defefd'thissaid b'
the property 1 cylinder K H. P.. Ferro Enginedhow '
clalmlns Interests under Frank action Done andordered. at , located In Lake Tohopekallga Health nurse. In the 14240 nursing fen.Ices linens, quilts, blanket, caps, hats' kerhe., etc Au' tb.
.la Tyner. elnattr .de.arlb.dt- In chamber In. .lOrlandoFlorida:;, this together with all other equipment;; ''now make Ane packing and would ..10eI e.tb. our big family.of;;; homeles*
.- property ... All 10th;, day of O to..r.. A. D. 1.1J. now ,located on sad boat. i operating throughout thecountry children-from wee babies, on see.
clalmlnr IntereItn'uader Mary C. O. \ANDREWS.' Bill'of InatructlD ofteeny.a"o
narttea Purchaser to pay.'for: Sale. thelfcommqattlesjifjie ( '
J., Overatreet: .deceased, '01''-'otherwiae .f: As .Judg.+ of th* above, Courts D.ted"t. Klaslmme''. Florida this the0thday4Ooteber.A.D.l Why ;'not.. get .your school lodge. Young 'ieopl'ei'Sodety'Li*. I
>Uh and disease l eburch
_ln> hereinafter Elscrlb.dsAll KRIBJBS BTI EO. 4 tat.- essentials preventlon dies'-Aid club '
'Club-card Other
Parties lafmlng Interests lI..d1Irs.'Eo" .- Sotlcitor."fofomplalnint37=6 . Miison.r.odety. or Ob.
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JOHN S. .CADEL. r demonstrating the posslblll1 -
deceased.- otherwlse'tethe tlon, to ,for They will all gladly help ,
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property hereinafter described I XT''' THH CIRCUIT CQl'RT.-- ANDVOH BTKKD, tie of human betterment and the great only It/ w
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;m-K All parties Brown clalmlns deceased.Interest or otherwiseI. IK CMANriCHYl rOVNTY.n.OMID.t.Wtlllaas' Uellasrher.VosasilalsioBt. Belldtora for.Complalnast., . 4I-8t beneflts of enU.ht lllmeat.. Please do your best for, us, however I little'that 'may fee, and'De.mail :

) Jn thev property hereinafter described. rVa* A arm J.relKen, NOTICE OK MASTER'S .SAUO 'During" last year 813 new,publichealth express by. freight .to the Children's Hom Society 1904
.All parties own.ndeceasred.eor under.Bdwird ...: .Jr. et ... ..*..*...*._ Bill to tt.le<. .' -- ,tIn nursing service were establlsb 'or..hi ; Florida.' .Or live in Wast '
.tb. Title). Ur4> of JPsiMloatlem. e.J.ckan" o For
F. .B v : Circuit Court for the; tTth Judicial .
; pleas send West Florida Home
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the property hereinafter de. 4 by Bed Crs* Chapters, and several R.lna l
Circuit of the Stat of Florida. In "
Bribed! JAM: TartlClaiming' ,, decased.iaterosta '- .3J NQTICfa I ..TO"NON.RgBtPENTS,. andtor. -Oeeeola. County',-... ..,....v.",, oed red' senK-ys ..." ..__ Avenue and'Jordan7StreetPensacoJa.. *. ld
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..or otherwlae under Martha In the property herein Th*' State 'of''''Floridatq, Aaron 'Jernl. Sarah W. W.' ,A-Carson' Prevatt. 'complainantversus aU. Respondents: I'* ,their. eirectlve_ fbtt thel ".... Judge W. J le, ,:Plt. a. / '
desorlbedr--AI'pertl.a lemming gal, Jr. If- living\ and If dead all nan- "
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Foreclosure of > Mortgage: Notice of take.- ,R.- v t
interests and'" David Jordan, deceased ties) claiming Interoat under- Aaron .'' ever ky pablte thrtties.. la ,l .ur Jh
otherwise. la _h*' property here* Jernlgan, Jr.- deceased' or, otherwise. Master's-Sal under and: Notice b-y virtue Is of hereby a final clv..nthat de. .order to ........* tal ".10,000 was + Marco C Fagg ( 'eggStat., Superintendent.!'
-- prUea claIm. In the property hereinafter'described: ,
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To Moses .JC. Barber. If. IIvlng.-.nd It oree entered on. October 4th., IMS. th4tL.lbe allotted t..pro..u..a' t* preparetbersely.e :'Ther*'en' be 'no finer way to show) your ttltud.'ypy your own
times twig"Johlan.bn"Aiohneo. : ...:, U"4..1IIan.4 Special )Master will.on .
wm dead a si'-tHU-tlea e1abnl.C'liKe..u.
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41) .. the first Monday In November same rerbile'' aarslag. Tbbbeg. ) Ings tha do something fg. tne** Uttl onea-who hava.aol.tU*
the' here- der "0. K.;: Barber. deceased or oth
matte... or .otherwise deaorlbed:In XII Prtle property claiming .....1_ In' the property hereinafter,;desorlbed being: th*-4th day *f November,,A.. n.istft . tlsits .*<.." th* 1,310 ranee can b grateful for.' Over. of, them bar been cored for already this, ; ,

I under Frederick; B. 8. Brown : ,To-Tbom a O. :Reid. If living. ,- at' the front door.OsoeolaCounty'of-the CourtRouse ..ggrjBt4 BMrty' MM.OQO visits. 'ur 9000 aince our work began, B* aura you get rout Turkey Box
In Klsalmmee. ,
I'AjBff claiming living,Interests and. 'If,Under,. duo Frederick all parties R., and terests If,under dead Thomas all<< parties 0.' Reid claiming deceas In.:, offer Florida for during: the" sell legal at hours public of outcry sale,. . **li .**>**r*. l$_) ,...*nl.la;s1xasntbt paver t plenty,of tie 'BttI l4 now wbileyoure. .in the.. notion.. '
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..,K.the Brown )' hereinafter descrlbedj liiafter described: To Homer Rumaey, for ouch t* the highest bidder. 1.2IIO.eoo ehl ehQaren rov'* '

All, part' claiming. Interest ender If living and"If dead all partlea. claiming the following-described property';alt'nate '. laapect.I/: //by.the** ....... **. .w>*r*

. Mary all B. Morgan parties clalmlo If'' llv.nrg' .Intereata and If deceased' Interest ojr .otherwlae.under Horoer In the property Ramsey, Beginning In Osoeola at County.Florida the Northwestcorner : : defects''.wire esnd..advised. .x*<*U*> : WW1SPEC _;

dead under Mary' B. Morgan _. d........' orotherwlae hereinafter described: -Te Charles S. of Section t*. of Township IS t4n *f phyaidalis.; Ia; rnral '''ceatssB'altl _
In the property hereinafter Gary It living, and If dead, all parties' South Range X* East! run-thence ** this, service ass mad*' a 7..1. GAZLITEHWAN1jADS'ARE
_,AU parlies. 'Claiming Inter.. f'.1.lmln..dnt.r..t. under Charles B. But 1S.7* chains to th* centerofcanal
described: "
,eats under Mary J.- NelBon.Ifliving Gary, .deceased or otherwlae. In the ., thence South 44dgreesWest. marked advance sad ,.a wig, *.*- .
' and. It. dead. .ll partlea. claiming Intercets following described; property, which Isth alone the center of said Canal suds of coavrt t* spprrrsd w....* .
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1 'under Mary J. Nelson deceased. *. property,. described In the RIll .-f toe the Western Boundary -- : .
North Schalna .f disease preveatloa. ,
otherwise In the property herein Complaint and referred to In this order aid Section SI,and thence
or afterd..crib.d. All parties claiming towlti ' to the, point of beginning. ,Via home hygiene and art *f tII."$
TownshendMuMockv Beginning'/at/ .the 'Southeast Corner Purchaser pay for "..d. Dated at .Instruction L SEED :OFFER
Interest nts atudmt'.immethods
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Itdltvinghand. If dead all of Lot *"onr -(4) of Block ".1" Ki.slmmed, Florida, this \thelib- day "hlt tie !! ; ;
claiming Interests under of W. A./Patrick's.Addition to the' of October +-.- D. IMS. '* *f proper car* ..* fuses U I I.t"

parties CharlesTownahend. 'Murdoch, ..ha... ''Town of Klsslmmee City, Osceola I? y JOHN A .CADEU'As : ** e serious as t* 'reanlr* prfeslonal > To Introduce Mills' Selected Brands'; ss
Florida Special Master.In Chancery/ i
otherwlBe. In the property red County according to the
ed matter or d..crlbed: All \... claiminginterest. .Official Plat filed and recordedamong KRIBBS. STBEQ.Bollcltora .- service the Red 0. e.uc 'lowel
under the wife ,of Charles the Publle'-Records of Or 'for Complainant.4Set .e4 a8 classes during y.*r, Of Garden., Field: and .. ,
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If If living f. ante County Florida. Run thence J
'Townshend Murdock. any 08,448st. a- .
, 'and It dead,...all parties claiming In. North ,.47.18 'feetthence Wet OKDBH Of PCBMCATIOlf-- "t : In.tcor. -/ 1 .,SEEDS I
, ..'t tereata under the wife of. Charles. 147.*' test, thence South 47.1$ feet.- f 'det and 4.656 **. .
"Townshend Murdock If any,' decased. 'thence Nest 147.88 feet--to the I In ther Circuit:: Court! in the property herln- 'place of .< beginningBeing the Circuit of the State,of Florida./, In and ; :
or after otherwise deacrlUed. All parties cl.lmln.I"t..t. .....th e7.lI feet 'of Lot 14 of said for Oaoeola CoontlI... Chancery) R.: i embraced 118 d..e.with a total ot SPECIAL ,t SPECIAL ; 1'? ,. '., .
under Lttonld..,Mo.r..a.. Lwon. . Block "J." 0., Oulce. Complainant.1 versus Walter 27,524 2.689 enrolled dlett*, '
-If living-, and. It dead all parties You. and each of you are- hereby' CX.Bass, ., al. Respondents:' Order.ofpablleatlonr" *eight :tad; OWER'i/OFFER VEGETABLE SEED.oik: .'
claiming Intorests- vtnder..Looldae. commanded ad 'required to'appear to The State of 'FloridatoEdwardWBowenetDeiphi.Indiana: 'tau.et7 ale ,, _" "Yoiir -. ,

Morreau ......on >deceased, 7 _I.... In'' th* property hereinafter-. or before"the 1st. day of January,.'A. 0. H. Chenowith. No. ISO Roswell Ave.. certificates. Ja.general ,: ': o/12-lOc
,.crlb d. All parties claiming Inerestst D-.IS"*. '?- "'* Akron Ohio; Stella Sphaler and W. O, activities Cross Chapters ,1 ."stne'P.ek. 24.5 Pack'f '
the wife of Ixionldas Morreau"wson. '"Witness ,, the Honorable C. 0. An: Sphaler. her husband, ofr,( Statesbore, 'healt. R -
._ ..If anal If llVlnr. and. If dead. drews. Judgeof the above Court and GeorKla EX A. '8av.... No., 140 Oneida malnt.lne 877 l.altb'ceat servingas ,0 Postago Prepaid .1. :\ .. "S. ",
il I parties claiming Intereata underklanyted.c.aied.nor my-name aa Clerk and the seal there Street.Milwaukee, WIs.; Jefferson- many 88,751 '. : ' '
Morrteau Ljlwson. of 'at .Klaslmmoe. Florida this "JIM I Standard Life Insurance Company, a -. Prepaid ,*
i pot' .
otherwise Inthe, day of October A. D. 1'11 T corporation Greensboro. North'Carolina health lecture for large audiences eve A.tl', AIJ..6m Calendul..Can. I } T.' ti

herelnafteidescribed:. -All .. ..1. L.6VKRSTHKET,,,Clerk; .1. and J. J. Tucker, Or.nd.Raplda.Michigan fwbe.while clinics' aumber 0.. 'or ; : */ '; jif'j
perter/y. ... Jan (Circuit, Seal) .- ., command ) Dal
, ( claiming Cou..tt -: : You are hereby' pinks. High*, CabbageCelery&Wfower I ;
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living
J.'" Anne LRnitechulaen.' If and. If By 8.' H. Builock. p.. C.;: ed to appear to the bill of complaint 10.0 ? ":
Interests KR1BB8 ,'BTBKD,'_ ? I In this cause on 'or before the,*th day nont California Poppy; lards: Caclbr .
underaJana cLanirerhul.. .deceased Solicitor for' Complainant., 4T-tt, of November.A, D. IMS.' Witness the .C.m Jm' Vine,' MornCq Kal*' -. )

or otherwise,' In the property Honorable C. O 'Andrews,' aa Judge of Cross Gas .,-Pansies Okra ''Onion ;
herlnaftr descrlbedj :All parties In the Circuit. Court-In; and for 0...*. i said Court and my name as Clerk Re Pel. / .; ..
clalmlncIntereata Bunder Charles'Dunne ota COunty, Florida. In Cha..c.rTIIM.r thereof thl. the S.d day of September, Salva'; S..p.ln. Verbena, Zin Rch. Spim. ..
.Wlllard, sometimes styled '."C ) L. Breaker, Complainant. versus i A. D. 1'11 in :All" Mills' ,Giant, ( '

) pjrtles ru.. Willard claiming," If flying Interests and if iI..d.'under, all t Rmma.Jeies* Quiet ills-, ea al.Order Respondents of Publication.Bill I -.,: ."" "'.L-'z.Clerk.' OVERSTRBBT.\Circuit!: .Court; ::' 1r 1 ? ;I pnee. .wet 'Peas., ,w.*Tul,\\aD.W: , '. .".:.R:\'. .

Charles TJunne, Wlllard. d.a'ed..r'Gt"e..J. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS '
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.. ,ln th.aproperly hereinafter The State << 'ElDma. ? ,' : w ; '
and dead 1 clam KRIBBS d: STEED.. 9rbig'jcld PECIAL C1JUB' OFFER ,1.
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described: ;' If living If part Ira ,4St ** : ,t. n h
Solicitor h
1eanrCc.rladewmb Ing' Interests under Emma Jones, de. Complainant. ', '
Jf'tlvl. '
ata Each ''of the FcUowingBelhis $ Pottage Prepaid.'
.. .. .. claim.Inr ceased or ' In *< property 'i \ 40 : ,
p ,, ._.ntret- .eI, It dud under*.Alexander partly CrumM hereinafter ::-r.t: ;,To'H.yth M. Olllen. .'ADMINISTlRATIOIV' CITATIONr In lralllsr.sine *f Hi* Vetted : ,

sola*. ,d.ee....., 'or otherwise- the If living and It dead, all partle. *claim i. Ceeirt "ofthe-Ctimmtr ,'Jda
parties property, claiming hereinafterdescribed Interest under Henry: All : ceased l"c'lnt.restalIBd.r, or otherwise H.In'.H.the Olllen.de-property C*.aty" Stat* of ...1.........' i ran .* OI.e..... heavy ... darIng ; .y : '';: :plant In ':"

.John Bro..hU 'j Kendall --aometlmeastyled' hereinafter .described. ;which I. the David \ '' do Ut yr, pasting ,pr- FLORIDA.. Write ; 'And*. r
", Kstate of W. Cayaon.v '
-Henry Broaghton<< Kendal If, property.described ID'tb. Bill of Com SAID-COURT., frlna high Mark *c nil C 7"O 1Lt FAR SSA
OF
ByHE JUDGE
' Irvine &DeI If. dead. "a..JlatU.. claim.! : plaint and-referred, to. In this;, order IL' FLOWER. :
Int..t. nnder. Henry John' to-wlt !A 1 '-. . vVHKRBSAS. James M. Johnston has .ky ., n .d t dgen'15e.401. ) ,
'Ing nrouahton: Kendall sometimes styled"Henry > Beginning' It feet South of, the applied to this Court for Letter of; .:\; TJi ... tak*' f EED- .
'l Administration on the estate of MILLS ,
Kendall. deceased. Northeast Corner" of Lot Oae 41) Dayld STOREky -
Bronghton lead. raraJor oarly sew ;
"' 4. late of said Coun. 10
I ,:0. otherwise In the preporty-herein. : 'i' of Block' " avla\g ., e' : . - '. ... -
after described. All parties claiming ew* Addition 1IIT. Ip '
'J ,, ARETHEREFQRE.'To'citand
jV>t -_sta und..r Jam's M. Schumacher.Mlvlnrand. : slmmee City 0.0.01. -Count1"lo"a )';- THESE !: t.'leU, *: .R. .MtLLS''Th.. FLOaIST'Ine' .\ .
admonish all and '
. 'J\,* If ." .* ; Run Weat, 14T.H feetutheno sing deceased. 'OBstntI *.-. ro1 '3/WestD..ai-Street- P. ,OBo Jacksonvm ftottd. ';
nder'James kindred and creditors of Said I.p' : *,. *
M., 1 South II feetX' thence.Kaat w' fIZ' .
JtlmtnrInterests "" I . .. .J .
beforeCourton .
.Pchumneher.deceased. or otherwise in I '147.5feet; thence NortH to be-and appear '-ga 'pl-.e.1 ssOTakor* -- -- --- - -
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All parties'claiming Interestsunder nlng. ,*.. -a -. -..ffTou . D. Jil*. end ale objections,, Iran: )' theyhave. Ca .IT1. p '. -,
P. Newman.. It living/and. If dead.,, allyartle. and each of .,you; ares' herebycommanded to the strantlns of X tters of :th* 1.. i "

: claiming Int"r.o..d.r P.] and required to appear to Administration, on said estate.. otherwise 1.000whit..' D..lc. .11... '. .. .. 'J' . ...
jfewman' deceased,' or otherwise. the the bill of complaint*In. this cause,, onorbefore the asmwill. ha granted to said wttk t .\ .. ..O .i. iO .. .;, c'1'
property hereinafter .described, ] All .,theist, day-of; January.. James M. Johnston or. to.vme othpr 2 .e" t p...
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parties claiming Interests under. William D. 1.11. '" fit person or persons t SIgh I Id ., .b
w C. Rowland.If IIv" .. '.and, It Witness the'Honorable .f!. 'O.. An. '" WITNESS my name as County Judge HaltC , b. Meats-MeaLs-MeaLs
I '.....ad.. all parties 'claiming Intereataunder'William drewa.. Judge of the. above Court, and of -the Countaforesaid. this, 'the- ''4th spearly e.IH jlt : :
day ol..Ootober. A. ;n,' .UU. t
C. Rowland. deea.ed.or iamej'aClerk and the seal thereof .; n
otherwise. "Inr the. prepertyV'hereln. at- Klsslmmee.Florida, ,this Ztrd. (8111&Y'T .COME1l.41ft SM. I gals of I In on* ,el' T.
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mfter>describedAll': parties claiming day : Market For KtesiinRiee
V. A Meat
.Intere.ts under '.Jennie Marla'Lyohen.if -ff Ir,OVKRHTREET. !: Clerk.Olrouit.Court ; y.V: .,, ,.County.Judge..' C , : ,
.helm.. living '..n4. It.dead,. ." allparlties (. Seal) .> ---' ss.*>bershe> ..O. e 'TO foreign : '' : n
V claiming.Interests under Jennie .- -BBBBI'.&TMi. Bullock. D.-C. NOTIOB OF 'APPLICATIONtp'OK TAI land and Its Junior membership out- Tlle''People' Market''ivinaopen, itsdoorifoebusiness'SMuidr'; .
., Marla deoe>aaed.. or other.wise .. iR : : e *' :JlED'\! .
Lychenhelm.
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In. Ihe ',roperty. hereinafter de- Solicitor for Complainant. 47->t side .f the' United, States. .I'cO" M' '.mornlnENovember 4, with-.I fnil line, of .fresh, salt; and' smoked.'meats' //1 iSr

wcrlbed.-The property embraced In Notlc'b .bF jives; thai 'H." H. 700,000.. ; '' ,the ''best .quality.: Both native and .weetern Boef.i;l
this order and referred'to herein' I la IN CIRCUIT COURT. 17th Judicial. Hudson purchaser of.. Tax: Certificates t<....,...i "...< .. I o .very *', } N ,
described aa follows: : 5-v Circuit in and forL. Osceola 'County. No. 1068. 106. dated the Id day of June, t I. Pork.V.all.adttn. T" '\. ' ,' ,
A n *' hat property..Ii..t.'lylnlt: Florida.. In.Chanclt.,'. J." Mi HanaelL A. D. 1.... has filed said certificates IB MISS. ELLA:'if. LASLEY' . , "
*j tnel. being In Osceola ouaty'Fl-. Complainanversus'-Evelyn my oftoe, and has made application for IN SPRINGFIELD.;' OHIO EVERYTHING(THAf" IS CARRIED.IN FIRST CLASS .MARKET,, .
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wit rlngton.- al. Respondents ; tax.-deed to Issue In accordance- with ""DIE; \ '
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v described -UI follows, J '
Mada., %; .ti ' quiet title 'Order otPubllc.UOn\. The law;*'. Said certificates embrace th. following :MiesElla ; 'Our.aim. will b*,to;please, bth' inequality and'p, Nt Wei will, r '

A..The'. Southwest, 'Qu..t... .>of'r the Stat- Florida, to:,":Evelyn i(0.' B.crington described property, situated In The miny. friends- 'M. quoted .,a' -"prices' for our opening Southeast quarter of flection. teen if living, and. U. dead.1 *U parties Osoeola''._un tT,' Florida. to-wlt: ,,=' Lasle/ b to heat of her you . y.
rtyfour ((141 The Northeast quar. claiming interests under Evelyn Lot'*. Block D,, Eureka. ,assesad to death geve Native Stew'three'ipounds' .25c '
"' *.>r..of Northwest <|""rt.>1'< The D. Berrtngton. decried, ,, or; otherwise unknown------- ,.'- v '- ' ,; Oebt. t' .Spfelc : Beef Rib for ;.,'%. ; ; ,
k-"Northwest" quarter of. the North In' the property hereinafter described: Lot' 1 1. Block'D, Bureka, assessed,toDoWltt Oho' '' : / '
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.eut.aaarterTh. Southeast quar.terof Harry-Art nan. If XJ btsey, .'l .. v -, Lesley spent nr" Wt Natve'Brket':; Stew, per'poundr "'f.r.:* ,. .1.
the Northeast "'Northwest quarter of the South.); Harry Artman, deceased, 8" otherwlaeI of the Issuance of said certificatesIn Kate Lany'onBeaumont avenue. ., ,Roat, < pOnd.h; ; *. \

east quarter lee 110 yard square- i the property,hereinafter. ''.d.lIOrlbedj the'names a*shall shown be'above.redeemed Unless She favorite In her'circle Chuck Steak;.p" pound.-. ..-.c' . .' .-"JL5 i In the. Northeast Corner. And they: which I* .the property described said certificate ao< .a great Natve ,
I ,... Northeast qu.rt.oftheouth.4T In the BIH'Of' Complaint-and ,.referred" cording to, law, tax: deed will -issue of ,:betef Round Sirloin aha Forterhousejahdshort 0, f. E x
'\ '- thereon'on the 11th day -November, aeaalntn ,
lu'
I, east quarter, leas HO yards square't.the to.ln.tJU.'ord."to.,. '''', to gracious, ,
tin Northwest S.""-, '- The Northwest, quartern:! the iA.' D 1ISI.- if. loe, cutSteak : .25c' i
\ >tv.llire, / Cornfrdf, a'''" ;\ Northeaat quarter,of Section Thir.lv. .I SEAL) r -' ; MrsonaUty- \her"noble Cr ;-per I'pound..v'i.' ., *!'*. *, ;
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tq.r '\ Township twenty-nve. South.' :J.' !: tins has passed '
i Native .
A11 'in'. Township ATw.etydve: I Range. Twontv.nlnoi .Ea'p Osceola\", ,I'' Clerk Circuit Court. a1. .Heaven'p loge .-.Pork'Stew'rperpound..18c; .:

South.. and.' Rang. each Twentyeightnaat.Too. ? of. ,you, are hereby. ,Too County, and:; each'Florida...t.: ,yotlt'ara' -"' ,herebyrequired .: '1 44-St v By Osceela& H. BULLOCK.D.OkDB County,:-"lorld.. 'Coj .' earth'hsutlering.. t p.c', ; :Native, pork,' Shoulder"per: 'pud.;;,. .!> .>t>.. .,>20c.; '


, ..required plaint filed. to appear In ,tbl.to cause the Bill on the of Com.s....... plalat,ftl.t.*...appear la. this, te,causeon.> the Bill. the of Com rule j .' t. of ,TV.I.IOATIOSJ; ;'Bundle* of;;old paper ar:* formal: ;Native! ,.Fork\'Chops, per ,. , .::.*.-..25c:.

day., In; January, aant; being the 1st day* ,iln J.nuary.ame< being! the let in \\'th'e'Ca..CtIlt' at'the of'7he'Gette7'lie.Better Native Pork Ham Roastperpound.25c''
'04. ,. ;, day of .January A.. IX .t/t1.. Witness 'Cont" ITth 'Jddlcfal ot ; x ,
Wltnds'.' O.; .An* the Honorable C. O. Andrew as Judgof Clroult of the Slat-of<< Florida., In and whiT a stock. "' .
-r we aa Judge of the above Court the above Court and my .name asClerk for Oaoeola County. It) Chancery Ba. Call at once; they'll tm cheaper. : i'a'/u a t.'t'or"ptc. T.&good tilon.-week.
: "C _iy name-a* Clerk-'' .'', and I thereof and the, official'ecalthereat .. Ow.... Complainant Tarsus Walter le b week : / ,
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official seat thereof..thla,Jlrd .day .this;22dr day of:"October, ,.A.lolloltors' c.- Baa .t...* Respondents Order'Ofublloa.lon .ai ..'w qu.J fortbtfoUo"'ekW.
Th State"-of Florida cis .or FvalriCAT10lIn ;
t October. ;A. .' iss. : D. 1111. : . are not 1i =
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,Clerk. '- .' .1., 1.." !: C2.rkt. Aiohlan[ :A. Hamilton and Constance pl
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g. M.miltone.No. It Tat.' 'James Street 'the er'ITth Judicial la'' Ki slmm.thre.., yoars.: \have;been,, in:th*rmeat4 v
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to( nap 47-tt .plaint Inthl cans on pr before R.-Baa y-Respondent.versus. Order D.' V.Boyta. ofPukllcatlonTT 4 ** .We.tbsgk,YOU fog the ptshts you ..".ve (,.yen U ..iiM WI ,

the 4th -da.y..>f, naosasBoty X: 'D.--' KSS.Wltaeaa . .: t x before.' "W* also"tbiwkiyoa ) ,a4vae* fc ;wrn t'c a pre g'ohg ,,
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In IlreaUrt.; < UCla JudicialOr. .In CIrcuit :Cort.inh JudicialClr* tr4.14sepyaMe C. Andrewa" ; +rv w, 1 + {
:cult'of :JTlorlda. and for u> County, eult.,, In and for Ooceola. County, Flor. ..' "''adce'ot said .Court, ..41ft,. aameaa. -,'c F. Swlngt and Pauline ,t. E+ lit 1aiA. fatureW. y( ws s
i, nf .Oacnola. IB" Chancery, ,dBltoo'. W. Ida. In cel7.D M. Ruling Clerk'-thereof.;Vhla"the .XSd of Ak... jDhloi? You' are hereby,eom a t N
|Boy.., Complainant;. versus,:J'l. Over Comp naat"., versdai W. F '.Dayl... at September. ,!:.U' IX Jtl*: r .- -v .rw to t. bU of com a' +" VE'AB$ ,LCAT1ilA ; 67 BIp w,
a '.tret..et. ., ...,.: ..e.poa4.atLk'Ord.r"ofrtl 'aXRespendentst: Bftl'.to Q.let Title IT ; ;vyr.l Jt'L.;; OVJUUft'RJIJII'1',*, "A I pl".t. la **'* ;-bor*.
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Tttl* day this cause'coming Order .of PnbllcatloniJ-i-.The Stateof. ', w aerk, C\I'cait o jpea.* ; o l>er"hrd. apon'Logatreturn : *f .the norlda/toj W. !. Davis.. If llvlf _. .aa4. t..AL. : "), .*.1. -' . ,," >- , I ''nos .. C< Md=. .aa
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.ab41lty to *erve '. .abpoVoa Jaclel7 ...r a..ct_aaedrrother* eotlcitor. JoC't.rnp: niat.r . ..1...,.Clerk tb.(Sd.day 7 .of Sep.tocnber. f at*
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r*-*.-Company." a eorporatlOin., 'WH'' yIMoor. .It.Uri.... I. ETtr Vx *, *
tali of'the failure ?of the aaldSor- 7 Til: parties claiming In- j..3 1M .it 1f : j. .,_ .g .., 4Jy.ClrCU/S/ Court,,, '"

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.j, iR,1', ', ..' v. _. ',THE! KI88IMMEB 'TAtLKT' '.OAZIHTK.:'' .FRIDAY." ; NOVEMBER,J,'"1922fc ',. I oA' .

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+ A 1.\:I fiN, ...'SOCItTY'S' : REALM"' : PART I I : : ., ,,\ 1 q' ,:

:- The B. Y. 'P. U., of toe .FirstBaprtist -
church'' observed Hallowe'en
fc* BENEFIT SOCIAL BY Tuesday night:in a"very/ unique,party -
:.METHODIST, WOMEN' ( in toe barn in the pecan groveon I tfl iLUP tf .
!' (Omitted from l..t'.week) the Claud Harper place.; ''The barn rsU ;,
uV most enjoyable. benefit social presented a distinctly:--Hallowe'en- I.
''k war given by the women of the:Wom f I mosphere decorated with ,orange and
an's ,Missionary Society of the ,Methodist +? black streamer; bambooand golden'rpd.
',church Thursday at the \ Mon'hun.gl from the rafters, '
1: Mrs.v J.. Wade' Tucker; Mrs. Tuckerb wherein lurked black cats,' witches, 1i
Mrs.,b., G. Wagner and,Mra.' George ,And jack lanterns. '
W. Persons were committee .in On the 'arrival of the 'guests they .I.,J \ :.
Sr( charge': and received many compliments .. were',met by a ghost who tied their I
the' the hands In and '. t N. 11
upon originality of right paper bags .ave {-t
'''unique entertainments provided.' orders.to secure liberation only', by ; !
i 1 i: The 'purpose of the social was twofold wearing out the ''bags through shaking aR+ ,i:4i:
,' being both i for general inter- hands. Miss Nellie Bowen! 'playl!'
mingling of the church,membership" ed the.role of ghost.-. Miss Irma Ov- p "' ''
and to raise money for needed church crstreet as a gypsy, callpd:various '1:"''
I affairs! and the entire membership of fortune telling' devices Into being; .'
j the church was invited. More than Miss Leah Herzberg superintended. a
1 a dozen different'kinds of amusementwere large' assortment of games and con-
provided.Upstairs I' tests.
al, fiery room was Im Dissected, witch was passed around'
4 provised. There" was but one way to, and apples and doughnuts suspendedfrom
'I get in and one way out, A Satanic I the rafters were only availableto
MaJesty, with .a fork, inquired of those who were able to bite them.
those entering as to how much they Conrundrums on the favors were en.
would give to get out, and a neat sum f joyed while ice, cream was served.
,; was realized for the society from this 1ii
feature. A blind man, equipped with METHODIST LASS ,, Begin ingTu sdayNvembet""
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"s argatt-and- "helpthe- ITigir JIALLQWE'KJfPARTY :
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'gathered in more revenue. Miss EstpUe Persons, assisted by :
t The principal feature. of the_ eveningjwas'a "Miss Vlrgln* Smith, entertained herunday

4"" in which! Milton."white Peldger elephant', garbed auction as;" with school a wiener class %'Thursday roast at' evenIng Oak-

"' : Grove. After the weiners, toastedrsMnallowas And ( s Nov rr ber 11 J
articles. a suffragette which} "auctioned"were''BtrppoBeJ off various, by ++d0ther,':satablos tasfihgThrough aturday, ,:. **

their'donors, to be "white elephants." were enjoyed.; Games were played
4 With the staircase as An auction and all report a jolly good, time. r 9
block the inimitable- auctioneer dU- The chaperons were Mr and Mrs.I .. -
i of these articles In a manner W Persons. "

""j which treasury.considerably added to Ihe 'I I r Snodgrass Those present, Virginia were Sigler) Mary Julia Louise l ed- LARGEST AND BEST SALE'EVER- HELD IN KISSIMMEE -'J

I' After tames and songs the guests better Eva McCullough-, Bettie Mae ,
Jc were invited into the dining room' Snyder, Mamie Johns, Gladys Reynolds .... ,- ,:j
where home made pumpkin pies Margaret Waring, Ina Phay,
;+' cheese) doughnuts and coffee weraserved Dorothy Bullock Carol Makinson, '
in abundance, cafeteria style Athalia Griffin, Ruby Drfggers, Ru- ,
except for the cost. Such pica as fus Suhl, Arthur Bullock, and David : ,1
1 were left also fell under the auction Brunson. <

q eer's HALLOWE'EN hammer. OBSERVED 4 SHINGLE HALLOWE'EN CREEK ATT R. G. Ml I NICKKISSIMMEE I .

AT COUNTRY CLUB 1 Miss Cornelia Lancaster, teacher .
k Characterized by a spirit of delightful 'at Shingle Creek school, assisted by .. '. ... .
informality, was ,the 'gather.j and friends of the school,
ing at'' the Klsslmmee Country Club entertained the people of that neigh- ,. The Rexall Store FLORIDA ":
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f borhood with unique Hallowe'enparty
which a
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on Tuesday night was compos _ __ ._ _ ___ ___ __ __ __ ,
,ed of members of Kissimmee society. at the school house last Friday _ _". """ "_ __ _ --- U "_ U ,_ "mU __u .....,.
,The occasion was one of much merriment !- evening. HIGH SCHOOL SET Wednesday, November first The ;...0..00..0000..0..0..00.000..000... '
; ; ,>and Included dancing and card About seventy-five were present ENTERTAINS SARASOTAA ceremony took place in 'Orlando at .,
".playing. The ball room decorate and the "spooky" stunts presentedcreated pre-football party was given the home of 'Rev. A. M. Chisholm.
room' were artistically an evenlllg .of mirth and enjoyment last Friday night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman' will make
featuring the Hallowe en colon of for old and young. Mrs. Ross Graves in honor of the J their home in Charlotte.
E orange, and black, the lights being visiting Sarasota football team. Tax Notice
r 'shaded with, pumpkin faces and garlands MARRIED KISSIMMEE IN VISITOR WEST VIRGINIA Many cf'the guests engaged in"danc-' "r More than 1,500 technically trained j j'I
of black and orange crepe ptt. Miss Helen Norine Johnston, ing and a .'most enjoyable 'time was persons, according to reports to the
were gracefully draped about the United States department of agriculture
9111' of Kis had until the coach called home his
cousin of the Misses Sigler,
while potted plants were are employed in studying
moms
in their charges in preparation for the next
placed about ,the entrances.- A delightful simmee ori, who 1 visited them last winter, day's game. Sandwiches, punch and farming problems in the 'state agricultural "'1
home Mabbette street
musical was "fur experiment stations In 1921,
c. program f
In Ni- cake were served throughout the ev ,
nished throughout the evening by a was married last Wednesday ening. 400 publications were issued containing NOTICE id hereby given that the tax
.West Virginia, to Harry
rolette i
local orchestra and the guests engaged . results ct their work.
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to their heart's content'' in dancing. Reid ifosteri Columbus Ohio: They SUNDAY SCHOOL HAS ----- -
i- ',Ohio'where i. books of Osceola County will open for collection if
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A great many unique and artistic will reside at Coshocton. HALLOWE'EN PARTY
t costumes were worn. PrIzes were the-groom is In the 'automobile. )busi- Members of Miss Lancaster class of 1922 taxes on November first. A ...
s offered for-the most'uniquely dressed ne j. of the Methodist Sunday school and i
'woman- .and man. and *these werefwon SEWING CLUB MEETS their friends enjoyed a Hallowe'en A close, shave I 1'i discount of 2% will be allowed on all taxes
tsl'f by. Mrs.' Belle; ,Lee..wbo'waa, Sewing. Club party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W .
.
The
Royal Society
;dressed as a tacky woman, and Stew- B. Harris' last Saturday eveningNearly" MENTHOLATUMcomforts paid ,the month of
'Dennison' ,. garbed.,?as society met at the residence -of Mrs. C. M. thirty girls were presentand i J' during: November.. In !

""':' ..."? ," lady ,Several those games enjoying at-bridge>that wereplayed kind aalad.Breaker sandwiches Thursdayafternoon.Fruit, and iced tea, weN: 'a happy evening{ wa III spenfplay- and &ak) ,writing: about taxes always give full description ' ?
by > and telling stories
ing
frames ? appropriate -
served. Those Mesdames ,
.
of.. entertainments, ,Howard Katz present.were -
Jack Bass Vernonr'Porter; : M. to the occasion. Refreshments and enclose .postage., .,"
;. 1'acewed, highestamong..the:+ : men, and were furnished by the class. .
J r MrsA F. S. Geiger among the women. H., Porter, .William Smith* Roy . 5
; t j 4De1lciou.\ refreshments of punch 'and 3troupGur Stroup, G.',L. Batchelor I KISSIMMEE GIRL --- ,I am now ready to furnish ,estimates', '"

i' % l.ndwiclea; were-. .aervetr,\throughout. Charles Robson of' Sanford" and Miss MARRIED IN ORLANDO these taxes.c '" ,
y, i'. , ,the evening. :*- - H. C.'I''Best. Mr and ),In.. A. F. Kritz announce Garrison Sisters r" .
,_ f the marriage of their daughter Miss ' J1f
', '.'.1. ", Ruth Elizabeth." to' R." P. Chapman .' r .. "i
Jr. of Charlotte, North CaroUna. ", \ :
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t'D: / -Touring.Car& ;;:. Service or'-jr-J' ; ,j' IN. THEIR. " ', .' t." ANDY I . iJa,

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MENTHOL 1 COUGH I DROPSfor 'r..
//t't }' ,RAILROAD, :,WARE ONE, -WAY* ROUND TRIP FIVE :DOLLARS f .;.
_ nose and throat Casino Theatre, Nov. 7 -


,:tffi"' ;I I ,' if .. "GLENN' :PUONE. 264 ROSE 11 11'fOJ. Give Quick Relief YES f WE HANDLE -BATTERIES!. '" 1 i


.j: That's the answer to many questions asked us. We han4l them .
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