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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 10, 1922
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01089
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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> Three::Candidates For;,..,City: rti!\y :Prohibitive\ License' Commissioners Push .W. rkOn'Ocean.T&.GuIf Plans Perfected I'D Take" .

,j"' :.Commissioners' 'Already,' : 60n' Undesirable: I Tent, . ., Care Of" Osceola'sRespouMbility ,

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K .. ... .", , . ,,- .. :'",. ,- 'Ii' Passing to ''motion bUY'.Yer7 'Xlssimmee's' ; 4I opportunity, and'.thqopportunity :
; to
W* Election;* day, was scarcely',-under > ; elieving'that'oneenight stands ''of I i CT brick the fund would 'allow"for: that of
'-way'When; Another ",one wasVborn; traveling tent' ''shows, of',,mediocre ,to. r ; : .' the county'Wednesday commissioners county* will come next "week,. 'It, ,r,; .
While Kissinfmee'' woe 'polling her quality were 'a detriment to .. purpose I. .the opportunity to measure' up 'to,
.. took steps to purchasemore
; 'ballots for national,' state''county, the, touncil took steps to.eliminate brtciforthe completion of the responsibility. And indications 'arethat '
A. ? and district:officers, a. city election them, at its postponed regular November -: / Melbourne road to the 'point- from that responsibility\ : will be' well '''
was being-called.'' meeting Wednesday night 7 1 .it.?. the state road;dapartmentvwill met. :
1 tJ,1J? 1 A' few days age the charterboard Some talk,developed, about includingthe : : : where hoped'soon finish the"remainder. A. few 'weekse' ago, Howard Katfc P; .
i"j'L' ''completed' labors and filed;; its report '.circus ''with 'the other type but Several carloads'of' brickareo"tMwayaDdmatructiona president of the, Chamber of Com;
, 5'i
_. > *esday' then election-comra 1saion H01"" r Kota_. opjenly: jidmitted '''h I S meree -assured t.he.Jounlf' womanyj.*, |
created.under; "the' charter W;=' liked to 'go to *em? and l omo tf lhe I.... I iralJ" ; the to who hid addressed the chamb1pon "
to'function and 'theirwlllIllgne. were:given county engineer get the subject of the,, Red Cross that
raagement began other city fathers lignified
the the brick' laid down the road; as
9, on .. she) rest, assured that the.
} aside Saturday t December' a* ..-,to "take the kids. All 1 : might 1 \
i' day -upon' ;'' which Kissimmee voters of. them however, believed that; the t s g quickly" Routine business' tools sup "*most"oftthe thanWr.would back.Jame.lohnaton., r '
;" : ;
art hall 'adopt or '..reject the'Pr po.edI one, nignt'tent ,minstrels ,and '''road :. 'f.,, time of the regular"November rollcall committee chairman, one bun-' -' *
"..eharter1 and etect! commissioners hows took' out more.. inonoy than ; dred per cent. That. ' '\;
I .which had been
J postponed t6.u
I- meeting <
i1 they adopt the charteo. Judge T..,1I. they brought in, and ,fmiuently;left A.num pacts the whole city and t,
from Monday to Wednesday.
J.' E. Lupfer Jametf M. t ,.v the countyincluded-in the local'com-! *
Murphy, i unsanitary 1 condiitonS. They were ;
her of, maintenance cases were considered -
f' __ ."Jolmiltoll.'re\.the .eieetloncommlc. thought be destructive .competitor mlttee's share to do the same.There. ;
the advice-
sioners named by the charter board.: of the local moving pictura;rhow.'Mr.Jordanwithh . : a 1 officer' and Commissions are approximately.a thousand faint,
f '
.. The,proposed..charter, provide .1t hiss attorney,.:-P t!.John ek' t.aek' home sanctioned for lies represented In""'this area. *Saint' ,.
: a city commission of three members, ston.' appeared before the-"council and "i't Bass a good. Cloud has a own. :iKon, J
in Saint Cloud
,;' and a city . the city manager explained 'that he w..' trying ,to run N V y a little' orphan boy of the rest>f the county: is assumed .
,elective The 4 and .home. at the' county: pro the. seat. ; .la -" # '. '
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1 f. not being an position. a clean instructive rnovini'' picture t 4 vided for a deserving aged couple by county And'it. expected
''i" Jr election call together with the proposed show and;that those one 'night'tent I i d that, ,when the '
hntciatlf.incapa.elt.t ) from '
,' ; f ,,,.,, charter,. }s published on page shows;"which do not lin,.up _
t.' .' "y t of thi.' issue of.The'Ggzette., At standards' he.eta. :7
FP the-charter1a'aubsntt- families and iny ..cases '
great 'I'on.
y the same'time into the receipts. of his business before 'the 'commissioner .tlearn' ; a many
I'.t' ted to the voters "an. election oflcoinrnisilonerse badly; that :he would ,be unable ,to + I a+ t ,would be .' hundred percent'as to JDdivWual, ', /,
Jiow nfortbcbrotngfor.the
much '
'is ,"" ...ded., The;candidate -, maintain :;such standards if these 4 ; one agriculturalIItbttiqJanuar i ''ex> .members of'families, < *peathe' J '

jt . r1 t i /' recelving'tha "highest vote'-will ompcting! showswere too-numerous. ,, da- ';.Perhaps' no.other organisation in" .
hold pfflce until 1926 the next! ; which'theyhad world hasinet- such a variety of ", "
'f;.i April IJ ping ,in ;for Saturday, nights .. .' : .
'\1 ;\f': "tI highest until April 1925'" and the : MUy..nights which brought real that. they (d calls, and has' aueh a good:record' 'of, ;hY ;
'...' third highest untU April,1924. ,i' 'I\ money,to' 'office-he believed i'reporteJ' ;.$400 lastyear and he''had been not havingbeen found wanting" u .
-: Candidates for the office of com they were destructive to home ,en- appropriated of ,that.: The WhereVer the'call;baa come ''the'RedCross :
missioner-will be placed upon the ballot terprises and the council' agreed with .to"refUlld; some : has .answered Not only.'.ia. '
( commissioners all recognized I X4cellence '
'. .i.. for, De/Mber 9 if their respective him* Therefore if this type of show of the last, exhibit and are war, hut in'disaster.; .And (lot. only; .
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1fi, petitions signed by at least-twenty- desires to exhibit in Risslmmee here r A ,"'of this fair In emergencies, but in prevention.
desirous. ;: year's
,making needs' theRed Cress tn .
voters'of Kissiramee Kissiramea a
t. five qualified afterthey will have to buy an invitation ofmoney
*.' bled 'with the election coromls- even better.. Th. same number of ways according to the con-. '
are at |100 for each tent Circuses sura.Ql ,:.waa_approbrlated..Commiststoner"iansell
than days nor t 'w f--opInIonTOf-1b.18P..ta-' *
ion sixty ,
.; not more can exhibit and parade for P Mr,
less than twenty. days prior to the"l' $loo, and the circus which is contemplating !, ., complimented and"- lives of. all organisations in Uia :.etty': '
work ex-
date of the election. A few' blank' "visit in the near future will 'Sl :II'AIUII'JC Wlsonon'last 'year's 'doing -charitable. and humanitarian\ ,, ,x
r. spaces will be provided on. the ballot affected. pressed a desire interested that d; the'ti'In public this work.' 'Tile Red Cross has'done' i

.,. for "write-in" 'candidates. according 1 Mr. Dow of Vine( street and Main, DAY I would valuable become asset,more to .Osceola.:county this thinK'S':. in Kissimmee unheralded and' ',
to members of the charter I appeared. with ,a vigorous objection .the unsungAnd there' are.many I'
.I, The charter board consisting ,'continuing pay ins board for other .,In commemoralioniof the! day, the city will "pause tomorrow' morningat i fentering-ekhibits.\fairs bad could ldo.' 'which'somebody must do.*
.. Judge T. M. Murphy Judge G. F. !' people's! cattle. His; home happens eleven o'clock for, two minutes sit prayer. The whistle at the Hght plant Tampa f and Orlando. ; urged These; representatives' want to'see
f' Kribbs,;,.Atorney G. P.-'Garrett. X E. 'to-be in' the immediate, vicinity of will sound the time; and church bells will toll the-two minutes'consecrated Osceola ''county''to "enter. an he' local .chapter' firmly: establishedus ]
.. Lupfer and James M. Johnston.'whowere 1 1j :one of the city pounds and the cattle to the memory of the boys-.who"went -west." :' but if was believed more productive a "clearing housed for.,the variousAgencies --,*

I j/; regularly: elected at thVcharter .get him going! and coming His was In further, memory begins"the"annual: roll call of- the Red Cross, results'would be assured by spending .in' the city. Thereby money, .
,. I ''board election, has work long and J ra I. .legitimate' objection the- council whose efforts many aman is alive today who. might otherwise have. the f money on the local !iief can be saved and better'services r+niI ,
n a hard on the which' it I held. >and' they nromised him relief ,joined his comrades'' in the supreme;sacrifice. Wilson. reported that .bout' dered.,, For'the Red Cross 'km***'' ?
and its findings In ; for that brief momenttomorrotv'In'memory gallon .was being saved (o V'"' .
t. proposes -presents i The street committeegetnstructed Might it not be weU,-as we,pause how. }r {
R unanimous accord The member had.,j.* to 'take immediate of those Who have gone, to question ourselves as to what responsibility tyin'furniehing service. .of the'eoun" Membership"In, the'I;RedjCrossVlsj;
but have served th('*:: toward the which thoseothers home? : dip. ,. "But".there i no
; no axe;to"'grind. Steps to'secure pound '"on the outskirts ; we'have organisation; brought : read fro .dollara-year.', *
A communication, n
of. citicenship.looking .. was given- '; IB fact''
city in a spirit good of the city where.cattle would in Which law against one Inors
the state road department
:, toward the continuation of not;. be taught: to go .further into the of the great humanitarian >plane 'of
the now ,.apparent in''Kis permissiSntwasgiven touse- part: '"The Greatest Mother'of' There t All", -
progress city,and then expected to forget Democrats Lick Republicans.j Osceolacounty's
I Itheir' from
the derived .
";rt' simmee, through the machinery of: a I instruction.? A new ordinance' + money' tob ..carried:' out itjs;a ruttythat
; .. licensesIn'
: ,.&.. ,, .r K xh automobile"; pay'ing .
f'4 commission-manager.,form cgovernment'whicli 'whiekieaXpeekHtqhandle was.
Vhas -,proved !so efficient'I p the \ ,AS.USUACr. - foc/frepairs) -_.bridge. overReedy dollars .'uubserib.d *' meana ".M for ',.
r: i question- more effectively .
; .
and*economical in.nearty a score t f ,'I r ,,creek, the money baring use.. in ,Osceola, county. 'iFive i dollars 9
." the
a. City Attorney'W.J Steed. at1 request ,:
, Florida cities and-a great many oth- I previously allotted for; shoulderingthat means :$4-50 to;, spend''ingiving' a .
of the councilsubmitted an S'
Y; J ; In G'eneral'Electian' TuesdayOne portion of the pixie Highway less 1
cities throughout the country.The : helping :
"' .' er' ,amendment to existing ordinances band'afbomdM.4@Jta.
Jying between the federalproject.. ) .and . ,',
-duties .
\? charter board has finished its'' : '',in which*the'pounding, fee is placed i 't' than .cents.a'dav: ? > :

.and qualified its report voters is,of(in Kissimmee.the hands'of- the.. I, at board, $2J. >,0 and per-',whereby. head'plus'' allowing',' room i cattle Tand I II ''Democrat. With; Republican ,En onement.. ,But the.At'countyi the ;line.-afternoon''' session.J., ..M >begin.Tomorrov Booths evening R wilfb drerUeiil'* .conducted: '' will at ,:'.

'r A few' former members of this ftorun.loose I is Running An: 't Willson, I.= L. ,Arftroney., 'Dr. J.' A. the Casino theatre. "JKaU. Brat beesstore .
;: I the city streets As d p *; .
upon n.deni.Defeat8''nu
'A. Nelson
board, TeaUeing that projects' of I made unlawful. Under this j ordinance i : : Sutton :.Lewis O'Bryaa. "' B. the Rexall dr4'its/.... theppstofflce .
and'Wi R. May presented a request '.
great moment are now unddr 'way, if,the cattle cannot be impounded the Regular Democratic Nominee by-'T" ,- .,.".' ,.'
assistance ,
in securing a .
: for
; Ji and not wishing the change In forma owner can be fined i a Sum. equal to "' I..J/( Edgar' Kate, I ,

ef government unfavorably influence 'rvbat the offending cattle would,.have' < i i building.where'eonventlons' and 'Mrs\ X,"-

i It:" ; present plans have k endorsed I cent him if they had been incarcerated 'Polling a. i :ht' vote in the.gener i 1 ((Another regular 'democratic( candidate fits agricultural of a fairs, and communitygatherings ; Iy. ...'.

Utree..membersl.of the presentcity ,.'but impounding fof' the cow. and election'last Tuesday Osceola. county was defeated',by Independent : hour j
.. : of whatever nature couldbe nl '. ,
1 of city
,.;. .t' council for the' offices !fining"- the 'owner cannot,both take sent back' lte. United States senator in-the three cornered raced for school held were outlined by.the-speakers. :. o1daM '
commissioners under the new, char tor Cross and : '
,( offense.. The and board in the Station district. twenty: Mrs
place .the same:; congressman by overwhelming Campbell The former between' thepoatofflee : "
ter.<' It fs understood that thethree, : .. garage: the ,i with1",four>youngconst '! ; .....
h. ,council was unanimous in' determination -. majorities .over: the republican con ., J.'0. Lanier independent with and the federal plot had purpose .
,' Howard 'M. Katz :John M. Hansell. In each'will call upon t >!ec
to rid the stieets of loose cattle tf'ndera.oretumed.. .U'the county officials ,423 'votes >'defeated the,,hnocratic been' offered for publle.e.., onterms. '
tI and A. Rosen.'have agreed to accept Kissimmee at. their- homes .It-is f; albl& '
( sufficient time candidates "
but that .who'were again opponent' Aw Broneon.iwKo scored
and JamesM. I lecognited( at a price $1500 less than the '
the 'offices,
nomination must be given'to cattle owners whose the tax, 'extra 879 who in turn ?lied/the republican, sale price.demanded and the com- Job to:.raehallrthebemes"andstis'hoped ;
Johnston former charter board. 'animals may now stray into the city judge/ 'and seducation decisively .J.'H.' Weaver' whose Vote1 was 353.Osceola '>- ntittee< > hoped to be able ,to,buy* this that many; many2 people,'I',

", member; yesterday nomination circulated the a petition .to move them where control will be and registered a big vote county wentoa.: record building,and make* the 'will bring-their' ,offertngs'down dollar town,;*
to put in names + possible., The ordinance was therefore against the reapportionment amend- strongly for allowing' the 'school 'districts pairs.. /Attorney Pat' Johnston en-f membership fee and 'paytheir1,more;'
of .these three men. recorded to first reading tor their "' as much mM'they
I only as now ment. .use own judgment dorsed'the idea of .a community center ,
I can't afford loot to.give and get"their
,final action to come later.Mr. Park Trammell defeated his"repubItcan about taxation for schools'by vote building' but .rather favored location !
WOMAN'S CLUB WILL 1 Eby requested the council to aspirant 'by "560 votes out of of 643 to 144.; The extra'judg'ea got the other aide of the tracks membership cards sootheyoung', , '
I t,,aj,!" GIVE' CONCERT (make the same donation for the reading 12nd.; losing precinc: four the republican Osceola's sanction 489 to 138. The He argued on that such a building would ladles ,can devote- Knot ,mudv not! more' ) ." ,
time to the homes ,who have: .v)* :\
I'' room which was made: last year stronghold by 22 .votes. The i amendment was help build up and beautify the,.waterfront -" -
I 4i, .., The Woman's Club has been .very . f"" fortunate in booking a concert to be quested' lowering of'' the license for eleven gave him a 46 majorlty.."OurJoe" reapportionment. amendment' ,was with -railroad switching'in ,the <,. >James' M. ; .
"+ given at the Casino>theater on' Wednesday real estatemen, and this was not also took a licking in number badly defeated in All precincts except of.the city: which now hides the. Cart the rollcnll''"coramitte ," and. ?< includes _' ,
November 29. done. The'ordinance designating the four 24 '"but victor in Saint Cloud No. 4, which "' ' mlttee -, on arrangements .
, night, by votes, was1 gave a majority to'' a ,considerable extent, ;, EivTurnerAchairmaB: -.. t .
;'" Miss Jean Knowlton, the well amounts, of licenses was given ample eleven by -12, carrying the county as of. C; in favor of. it; Deer ,All of commissioners were'fav-r, Mrs. : } ;;" ,
: j.. known..fIOlol, of Rolling CoUege; i publicity before passage and the did Senator' Trammell], -by a morethantwo Park, with 3 votes for to against. enable .to the proposition in some location. . 0.- W,"BestrMrs.; S- H:>CtetMinickiandf Bullock Mn.-I"'tt''
L Wintre Park will- appear in' a cos councilman thought the, time to have to-one vote: -His majoritywas and Lokosee'4 for and 1 against., and were desirous of assist L.'Hv 1fttn'8m'Mr' ' c
which she Is famous, made such was before "For of Mrs, ,GTi SlolcrV' .. ./.., :::; ,
.: tume-recital for requests' pas- 465 out of'.1865'votes cast. Justices the .peacethere ing;;the'committee to, accomplish its '" I j
... North, South East, and West." The sage. The''request was referred to 'Howard Katz, unopposed candidate ,were no names printed{ on the ballot, aims.. "Adena-thyr+ discussion of possibilities OPERE1Ti''t ;
\ club members hope everybody in Kis-; the ,ordinance. committee; however for the school board in district No. 1, ,and few names written' in., FoJ:"'di.- ensued with the ,result;.that, BEAUTIFUL ... .

!" .simraee, and surrounding. territory. for investigation and consultationwith received the highest vote of the day, 'trict No. 2, onci'vote. each was 'cast the +,, found themselves, tillable to r ..FOR' wg.)i ;FUND.....J
will attend other real- estate dealers. Mr: with 954 votes; Sam Brammar for for Jessie Klelnma'l.J..; E Lupfer' make 'appropriation from existing s ':
t" 'The ''committV* appointed by :the Anltman 'also asked for the city' the 'same position ,in .district No, S, S. X.( Fansler, M. ,It..Porter, R. P.Ilannen ) funds. A resolution ;was passed '."A .Midsummer:E 'e..l'j I; with/fair' ',; ':

.3. president to have charge "of publicity business next,, year, as ho vtas second ''with 945 votes, while' J. C.; F. Prevatt, Lonnie Brpn- unanimously, supporting the idea)of les butterflies: ,'little green.. '' ro"ll. ?
s for the'recital lei Mrs. Robert Angas .had none of if last year. Mr. Stan- O. Lanier elected to the same Job in son. Coy Raves, and, K.. -Lanien having a' public assembly: ball and inviting will-o'-the-wisps i"traeens ,>and, I _'
I' f'' chairman;. ;Mrs.,l. D.-Newby, Mrs. C. ford requested a share 'of' the next districtNo..' 2,: gets the consolation. I For district No.'3, S.: W Porter got the' committee to make suggestions retinue't Such is the.promise I of the1; "' "'
J. C. Jordan,. Mrs. Nelson Makinsson, also. The placing of prize'with 423. votes. ; 10;; Colvin ''Parker.; and one each"to : if' they could'datgnateany eighth, grade pupils, assisted bylit'i'i .
; Mrs Edgar,Kats,'Mrs..Roy. Starbird. insurance :on city, property was left "Uncle Eteve" Acree goes to Tallahassee Mrs. '''M. P. Foster and J.: I.' Cum: plan whereby the county might-' be tie tots and middle .1.... at, art operetta -],? "
Mrs. W. E.. Sanderson. Mrs. J. M' to the proper, committee with instructions by virtue of the fact that hescored180 mings. For justiceln No. 4, S. W. able,to assist. 'calike '; to be riven in the high school audl. ,,,(.", J
t, ;Duncan,'14tH.. a: JI.Jubock..Mrtr.: W to notify agents for...policies more' than F.. A-: Stroup Porter got 89 votes; Colvin,Parker, ' torium Friday. night N0Y8111be.-tTJ 21
t'i/ H. Bola Mrs. LC.' Minick. Mrs. nsoonito-force not to- renew polU the republican -victim. In the contest I and, Mrs" M. P. Foster, C. .,."Madi- the, band.; How'manydollars' at'eight o'clock. number' of:beautiful -' ,,;<';
1;' George 11." Slglerf Mrs. I:. Ingram. des expire '''without notiflca' ''for'' county commissioners" some son, Dr. Cushman. J.A., McCarthy worth T ' -T features will ;be presented'' in V'':

R .. """,, Stanford, Mrs. '.Leo H. tion and designation.:_, ( close'races.developed.' Henry O. Par 'and.
"'_4.. i Wilson -Mrs. Geol'1r8.iQI'Qne.. Mrs.' tin, ,unopposed from. district Nov 3. one. For No. 6,., W'".G.' McClelland LUNCH are local school children.* jEnjoyimrflU; '
Paul Stanley Mrs W. J..8teeL took'' high honors.'with $82'vot.." to got 4 and H. S. Giddeon. 2.1 For No HEALTHFUL IN;. the mu.Ie;', dances/drills,. aid march;; <
6" This 'committee is asked to' meet .THE: .CHAMBERNEARSaBUSINESS his credit (John M., Hansell, regular 8v V. M.:HBI got 2;and G. B7 Mnnn 1. ; ee will be pleasant may to-help the'u,"|
.: .. ". on Tuesday./November-, ; --at thajChajjterHousetoto democratic. candidate dCdeated' T. :-.N. :For constable district No,, 1; 'F. KISSIHHEE eighth grade pay-for Its'plUto.' \. f ;

!iv",., :: perfect plans foradvertising WOMANPlenty Clark demoerai.ic!' participant in the S";,. .Padgett, JOj, C.,, B. Lamb, 8; .J,T SCHOOLS( Margaret BrunllOn-will be the Fairy ;A,"%:' '

.* this eoneerpnd; :for"patiPYTHIAN primary'-ftpubrle&n'thla.tlm..b,. Charles: District No2: --- -jj- ..- ', Queen Wilhelmlna, Carson the-Prbr-5:, )'
tJc tta g Hi0 *-" ,''''' tA :' ., .- 284 votes, '479.. Next Pearl i Snyder 4; ,C. ''M. Breaker, 3; rMotherA : "r Club r cess 'forget-MrNot"AnneHyatt: t ..;{
'; in point of majority; came'R. V. Phillips J/.M. Bryant' 2: F, S.' Psdirett, F.. S, Gilbert and Hilda Katav tb.fgnan's.4ciflower" .
... ., :;, SISTERS;.TO ,; df.'Rooms ;For ,Bent J intdistrict'No., 5, a'democrat: Ledbetter and C, F. Prnatt.'L'' Dls.trict. (;'tProvides; Youngsters4Proper gUlat; Edith; '' Prentls'and"Moral' ;; "!,'. t

HOLD''TACKY.'PARTY Wintet'aourlsts' running independent,',but with ..No. 3: ,C. B.,.'Lamb, 4; L.. C. : sal Lupferpages'and, '- o .'. }ndcerr'herald. +
1,1 ; To the,' endorsement of ,th'<..repnbl lean Godwin 6; CF.:.: Johnson;' 3i'S.; W ' :'With. /_pieta wq: ; .. .-_ ; '.- :/, ,. ; ". "-V,"*'?u,
w.' An .KnJ 'bta' "and \heir; wives' are Kissimmee'r; ? nominating : convention..'*-defeating Porter L. M. Parker and. J: A. Mc- Theoperetta'1: be <<[van'under"'m, I,

.' invited to .attend a .,"Tacky'Party" '': .. .; .. John i H.: .1Je.ili t. Leo' Godwin i A 'longline: of little' tots-eageriy ,.the direction'of Mrs. F.: ; .
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'N, Tuesday evenmg/ November' -, 14'at :At""">a', poorlfattended- ; '"FiremanV'Hall given thePythian the Chamber of Commerce Thursday to 452.; ".Commissioner'A.-F. retaMed '.'3.A. Eperson, Z. Smith Hat: dious''building1- on-Church, street, filed teachers<, :, ., ., >1 I.
71'?... .SistersAU'par is are request- oh account of so many members be.. hi. ,aut bv 85 J.votea.maJorit: ton ,Tiller, and 'Row land".Tompkins, 1. hi" and:seated themselves' in orderly IDE.'i1'. ,
f' (.... 'ed to come drelll 4 '' I vThursday ing. out of:the city 'JM." 'WUlson over, hist republicanr"opponent: the District No.. "6;, .. B. A;, Johnson;.. 41) array at a ,. lonff tables MIAMICIuMBER':; PR> T ?4, .:
P k,' .. ,evening November, 16, presided in tbe.absence'of; both Press fnal-count.being.716! to 631.E.,'I* Lem Stevens,:1;-".Di.trid No. 7r; Albert (Wore-them aited a luntW.:'And it [ :*'" \VISITS i FORMERHOME' ", A t

'..,.;\,1 t I'all,memberse are urged to be present ident ,H..M.'.$>t$ and,.Vtce7resldentNe1 D.
i: ,'*#'''.. .(: ',fer nomination,',ot, 'officers .of ,the, on lIaJdu ol)., Mr' Willaon, ) Ball who. was {,defeated in "th.. primal'' !a. : Sackhoff8 8>' ,t'v f stays tha appetite ofthe ,growing kldfilg < :- >G-,..Sewell, now '.downE ndn'q '
"ll'precinctsappear. r'
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; halted and 'Tabulated returns'1 formerly.of "
ed the attention ef these present UilnsUtuUatt:7in ran ,M an independent. ; <

q m'. 1 ', "J; ' : aD; 'giasfanmea. which bra vote of 869 to641. .. :. one page-8 of.this iaau u '. ..., and, minddeadening"food "stuff.It the stateconveatjoa eh&&m . ,".'
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., ,Te r .'.regular': : :*,."monthlymeeting' pf tq been'andie'proving';the'cityiandof.real;: : a .great valu#benefit Wits 'Ji+;':If.>< Phipps and C.'F.:'Phlpps bavaapeneQ''ag.rage 'i;Lakeside""Park"will>be.the "Icene'Of childneeds.l ". """""' *:'- "-"j5'f" I f ptfOammaTce,,Sraa. ( aeMmpaaied'';

1 j" .1'' Business candProfessional'WomeVs you' >?Ig.toJi:..'.H. spoke of the,,Kissimmea.Business ;:and flllin f .station !other Armistice 'Day. celebration Tbere::wasn't'\. :any. dTsorcler1 and bIta' -aeeretalT.?G1I7\" L;,Uvtegrton. '"

', z' a.Jt.wII ..held next,Tueaday- in.. \. College., and,paid (lows,, on' Emmett street- in what Is.knO'tirlaa.spear' Wi'dei": thai auspices' ofOrlande ;Post : at i /Ey".ta a .former Klsslaimee beyl:
'" wWhas taken laAingpart --
-+ j J'; _-.t"1'thil"JNewb"'I I.; An.r-ua. ft ;-trtbiite MaijheadrrMrsr -E: building."-These men have No.-19: of Uie-American-Legion,' Saturday -. alirr-I*' was;eft-robjen :lesaea. >- The) a Wonderful JgahsjaIng

''transaet.lPl' of'.ual.....and the .erv |HHtonj.,MrLifUten.wfoswa.'pres-' been automobile mechanics with Math : afternoon and evening.. -Opening good ,women who:haveprovided .ttil* .the course of Miami several,'
y r \. and told the Brothers: and .'venturing into at ''noon, -with' afternoon' sports, lunch'>room'have-created a'T healthful progress'for'.f.he' >ast! years..
Garrett eat waa called 7 arenow
'iJI<< jIII df--t\: ;Georgep. .: ;;. upon, c 'ttrBUami ,0...
food. president rof'Commere.'Ida
well as! healthful I As.:
< ""a ,:wiIt'' .:,v'caartera:: submitted members 'number of :intfresttag business,fol'.thenatlelv.. dandngywflbaIn''order' : ,; ; until midnight atmosphere aa "
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irs ''br'the charteaJt>oard fIeta about her aehooL.;; .(w8hstieltadtnatane.a'ofwbr..v ( \: 4wrofieislsosrc.1/, : ;
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/" B" hoped Hut tahmbdity ,: -' ,Geoj'ge":P. .Oarcati:"spentilyherteeli\; promises. 'rood music and a'goodtimeto : _wWchwas-repUeed'by-other' ,,, ..... :. ... !, N'' .41 tCeatlaoe4"ortlai'rlw y; 3' ) end JlBJaeksonvfllaV 'm :,4y ,:ail wllo.atteod.,. ? ,vr r'qa ";', : r ;''rtbatfs..4tPse4 .:! ,' IT.. --
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byotandV nffsred il rm '.becaptsnecessary : I Fo&U1rtv+tsted to,* eotnrad and tttff- : .. .u. :
; : i1ier Y for. Us. etmUnoar ge4.,EN.!net.lym'Doq'! Itt tke colera touch *BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP
ery jpood citirM mINt defend the ,the 'groundl'k Aodehe, appealed to "'QI4e.JC Foster Proprietor
laws .or' our very' foundations \alp loyal'\Awerieans to support the '
hakea.. Venice existed,for bvndreds.. !awl sad.. daa..'.. let the' oolow touch < "Perfect SatlbMtotion Guarantied. .
of and,fell from the < HAIR WOHK A SfrKClA-LTY
: years disrespect/ ,j. ground. "f
laws; Carthage'+ fell, and Rome fell $ ..0'N."th Beaumont Avenue
because ''disrespect for laws for the. Merchant fioandal Wreck Kl".lmme. '
common' rood I crept in. And Amer
lea, after prospering for two hundred I oooo'.ooooo.. o oto.. oo..

: year,'will fall in twenty more urJeas I /"1 am a financial wreck because of ,
we stem the" tide 'of' lawlessness. apparent .'-: the expense of doctors and medicine

The speaker now. :then brought .home to I for my,wife, She has been a chronic: : B. DICKERSONCONTRACTOR
Sortie ,
sufferer for 10' years. pronounced '
her hearers how widespread disretpect 'I it gall stones, some gastritisand BUILDERBricklaying ;
r x x'i for laws really is, in small mat some 'intestinal inflammation. I. ...._. ;AND I '

/ ters such as speed, laws license happened to read an ad ,of Alayr'g : Lathingt.Pla terln .
,, and so forth and said that JAWS'j! the I \ ,
and a "
Wonderful "
. Rcmedy Painting "
f0uN6SYEC'S small. laws was like the leak In ,
THE' dose wife 'has steadily Im Brack '::11
71 ; I \ dikl' at Holland Out my No. 121 Street, Klssimmee
,The duty of bar hearers harmless .
,, :. NAV1rJG ANOTHER ,, she said proved. It la a simple )
t 1b"t: ,,,. to the preparation that removes the catarrhal .
I laws, not only'byelectingand'sup''
I mucus from, the intestinal tract 1. F. BRIDES: W. J. !TEBn-
fi"I'fY1 r good but .
porting officials by frivi i? which *'
and the inflammation
P ., ,'1': 'rr evidence. How often people will ruin Allays all stomach liver KRlBBfr &. STEED cj

",r '" r into the limelight to testify in a bank *causes.nd Intestinal practically ailments Including ap- .*It.raer..4 ._._...... 'LewKi..t.wee. t. ,
robbery or a murder:case. Hut 'hiw Dend Iclthi. One dose will convince or << "" .rld. "' ,
many will do so with a bootleg refunded. Z. and .11; .' i r
J. Roberson 0..1 pne/l. I. .LN a.
case f Every official knows the dif iruggists everywhere. Oatl.d Slate* <<:......I ;. "
.L'L y 11922 ,' Acuity: of dealing!: .with the people ,
who can, but, will not testify. They PAT JOHNSTON 0: P... GARRETI" c i,
: fear the liquor ea.... "I never fear F F7tTT9RN1LYS
4 flJ.rrt; ed the liquor traffic when it was pro. r. JOHNSTON &: GARRETT ft :
; terted by the t"governmenl7r a'jt-e) n-' -: :AT4AW, -'q.-"."'

;4 f.'r'i I \ \\1 tinued criminal and outlaw I am today.not"afraid We are of any too Offices:. 10; 11 and 12, Osceola Bank: i y':

I : much like'the man who after hearinga Building. ;
1( burglar) downstairs and: being urg. K1S81MMEE. FLORIDA. ,
r! I w 1st, ed by his wine to go down, finally 1'1 i 1.-
j settled:the-argument with "You betster I ;
go first dear I ,can stand sorrow i
I 4 better than you can." I I T.I"phon -Offlp*. No. (1; R.... t
S idpnce. No, 111. UI\\t
I, Interesting sidelights on the Teal l
battle ground of the light wines and Hours: 8:30 to 11:001,00; to I.OdDR. : .. r

1l l \ orne beer speaker people in reference-were thrown to Ohio the BE' CAREFUL: B. L. WILKERSON ''t

is the birthplace of, the W. C. T. U. DIiIN..T. rtk'Off
and the home of the Anti-Saloon 1-"
League. The association for the repeal Renew your insurance withas Over The Bezall Store. .
of the Eighteenth amendment .J
J has therefore put on its campaign much care as you would '...,.
.. there; The great mistake made. by art\
the dry' advocates is in not partici- buy a new car. Be sure that I Auto License i
,PLEADS. FOR PATRIOTISM bition movement from the early'days hibition, and finally nationall. .proMbition. pating in the primaries but waiting ",
AND LAW ENFORCEMEST and recounted her own experience in .. till it is. too later She, told of a 'negro you buy protection that cannot Income Tax Returns or.other. accountant -, .
getting Into the movement when fifteen The speaker expressed her opinions carrying a lantern. Another work. ;i
\G ; (Crowded ,from last issue.) year old at one of the meetings in'no uncertain terms) of the people asked him where he went with the fail. Room S 13, State Bank Building /r,
si$ ,,, Mrs., Nell. G. Burgee:.delivered ,her In the "total abstinence" day when who when congress' ,submittedthe lantern and 'was informed that he t. 4I
i 55 fi x' final address of the W. C. T. U. con. the chief efforts of the predecessors I amendment sat back and ..Id. was going to court a dusky maid. "I I IJESSIE D. .KLE1NMANDR. I ,f Ii;
yentj Thursday night at the.,Methodist of Volstead were to get individuals to "Now the job is done," and 'again never carried no lantern when I was '
J'/: church to a crowded I Following in general the subjects Then, following the "Murphy move- their hands and considered the goal persisted. "No," was the rejoinder Hartford Fire Insurance R. J. DENNING
U'' r" touched upon at the weekly luncheon ment came the days of local option. achieved. She was, especially denun- "an' jes see what you got!" After the Company policies are ,
"of.the Chamberpot Commerce the A 1I'-a-necessarynext"-move--was-the ciatory against aut.horafthe'' primariesit is frequently case -DENTISTOver .t
r f for Jaw .,enforcement patriotism effort toward prohibition in smell propaganda that the drys had :"put of just seeing what we've gotten. backed by an enviable the P.nt. iflce. ,
'r- and 'thorough Americanism. area., drying cities township, and one over on the boys" when they Mrs. Burger closed her eloquent record of more than a OFFICE! HOURS: a to 11:10. 1.1: to I. i
", She traced the trend of the prohi- counties. Then came statewide pro- were in France. She ointrd out I II .1'address with the story of the color Residence Phone 174- .
I again that the congress was elected : bearer shot. down several times who century. Consider this. Office Phone 158';
before the boys went over, and that I
( ...Ot.OOO O 0 0 UU OUUOOOU OOOOUO OOOOOOOO OOOe the legislatures which ratified were I
: elected before the A. E. F. became a -
v : reality Thirty-two states had ory EAT MORE ICE. CREAMOrder I .
: laws,before the American an.iy went I Io Call on this I P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW;
Jill to France and eight of the major a ....... TODAY agency .
o prohibition measures had been passed. TUB KISS-MICH! Ice .CREAM r
I : But the strongest evidence of theo The Cream of Ice Cram. CARS.OfARMER I I OFFICES
falsity of the statement. she Said Has :MADfe 'IT'!'! WAY by THE WAY Winter Park. Florida
o lay in the results l achieved since the IT'S MADE I
Uniformity : boys came home and she drew an of You can FOOL anything BUT the tip "The Insurance ]Man" -
tongue. That's one place
+OOOO HoOo. 00-0 0 OIU M>
: illustration in her Missouri. .
own state where "'Ju t a. g-ood" WONT GO. '
: ; There the "t majority had always . Nature has taken care of that. Pb..ele.[ r Orrr R.bers.a'. Dr.R IMoreMM

/ 'so. desirable in flour ,is an outstanding feature. of been from seventy-five to s!v- On. quart of ICE CREAM ha. the D%. ...........If' /"' +c. Fl. 0 TURNER MARBLE& GRANITE *
--. . o enty-eight thousand until after the food Talus aa: 0 COMPANY. TAMPA P'o .,
: \ : boys came home. The last time wit) I 'On. pound of stink -- ae ,'
J Pour
oJ< the former soldiers when the pound. of MONUMENTS *-
voting One quart of oy.lerL1n.i.t __ 'j
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Bone enforcement law'wa. voted
Dry : )
on the 'OjG 1'ln ChP
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: upon the state wen.,"bone dry" by a KIss-MEE KIND-ITS. Pl'BK M. J. Crowder Agent .Klssimmee-
,Bread. majority of sixty-two thousand. I Home Made t 0 .a
'11 the Following ratification and the ad- The JCE CREAM with the CREAMY .OOOOOOOOO OOD ODOO tDO
: vent of prohibition came enforcement TASTE rL2IMr
>>eat'"and laws in every state. But still something Demand the K1..-M* J<;lnd.
e !' is wrong. The work (is not done. Manufactured b30 the CITY
.theap.t'-' Quoting the, late, John G., Wooley, ' erK
".' : .. Mrs. Burger said "We are no longer SANITARY DAIRY GO.i' ,
r { prohibitionists we are constitution .
y? It,is'made in large_ lots from.the i best' materials .. alists. Organisations have been .' \V5\ Le\.Rorrer.Manur..r.\ MEATJRKETFresh .
y: sv, ya; ',.. by' millers of IOnl'. xPtrlence and every sack Ii.r '' formed; she said, "to drag down the | :
;:; ; of I . ,, constitution and' trample i It under '" :
.fil'f"1it; uniformly high quality. \- ', '
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11If ,' ... foc.t.We are sowing .seeds of anarchy ;
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"'\ *- ; Blub! Miffiaf Co. R. C. Woodbery Company sleep of complacency;i'we must be 'TRAINING IS, A .. : .
governed by law. The 'bod man' of
+ tJ . .1 .' ,,.alC\'Mov"_ .,.. IND.' WHOUCSALKHS, ORLANDO the west was the first exponent of LASTING LEGACY t scatters'congestion VegetablesPhone ,

I " .O'W' 'OOOO'OO'OO'O'O O O'O' 'O"OO OO'Oo. ?personal liberty' and tbax innocent, You'get quick relief from a cold ,, (.

.... v by applying i Sloan'.. By quick- 44 '
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.. r ening circulation of blood the '
I "k SEND OR congestion is broken up. !
"\ Million have alto found la Sloan'.

.. It wclcomaTeUellrom hnndrinrrom.brdndmurclea rhetiroittim.,L .. e t S4 r,t, }pp4pyggpjtN. .
sold naural.lw r tii
1Y Sloan's uniment-killspain! M. "TILLER '

I'1 KISSIMMEE BUSINESS COLLEGE Real Estate Agency. i* w s.. :

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"' Thorough WARNING .

; Painl. '. In Various Branches Notice To-Cattlemen- and Houses Bought rented. and sold. S .. ':,1,1I
_I T*: y'flashc, Taxes paid and Tides verified 't C
: I LI .Terms'Very Moderate. Public At Large for nonresidents.'p. ,;;

55 Anyone found on the grounds of I Fire Life :and Accident! ,Inu -s$
fr ,- Hammock Grove will be prosecuted

;" 55 4 'r; ,', .. Down .la 'Eatonton, Georgia ed--battle_found; thereon.. will.. be irapound-' *. ranee.Indemnity Bonds. 'fd,

w .: }" "i1! you'll ',find real ,proof :of the ', .MRS. C.',E..:HILTON 46-4tc/ H. K. .DROUGHT Owner. ..**e.eoo+ *eoe...0'....... .1

r.: splendid Bearing :qualities of Fee Gee Director --' ..

I'' .Mastic Paint. It. ws ,used there :some Wanted: clean cotam rags; not HEALING BATHS ;
'L'S ,nineteen year ago on the home bf Mrs.- merely trimmings or strings--but decent NEID'S '

i, i T. G.*- Green,.who:writes 'the}.followtng. stuff to use for washing, rollers ---
i" letter, ; and 'presses and wiping bearings Recommended for RheumatUm and: 1,,1
s ring 'em along to the office of The .'
"M7 plea With.C.e;;; M..ib / all kinds of Skin Diseases and Stomach .'

1 GOING't Kisalrnme fir\
PsW ...- 7-........ I-w-...... 14-ttx Troubles.
I _.....t wUl ....M4.d to a. rpUndld IS.... 'iJ
; r Tb bow !. lo. eo.dido..kb..Y
I" I.. I s.rt a,lag tl 8M ha*'.top* .SH r r.-r- room in whlck P_CM Ptoikoat 'BUILD i
F, m.J ....::11I'' rood_' -
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::11Lo( '1'' ." ,:The'great:'durability :of"'Pee :;Gee' Mantic w + CHAS. NEHX Owner ;,

-' Faint b doe to Its 5U%""of Zlno content ground .r t From .
(1'1 r i Il, In pure Unseal Oil and White. Lead,. mafclag X ,AL"OP' KINDS. Order Phone : \(
208 FlorldaL
w "' c 4..e. Double Pigment Palm '- . Kisstmmee, .
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Q t ,, 5! ::* P.. CM'Mastic'Paint' prodoee* tl tlla/lk.'f11oar IHBER-
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; rsK* which successfully ........ til_ elnmenre, sloe. not r '
s !i B.. N- I crack peel or ch-ik. off. ;_ ..<,- -( .'-' L' ...... WHAT H MEANS 4 4TQ
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< ,1r ; : T. 'TU high lno contest Klree Pe Gets Mania Paint ( .
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.. iswT .C., Cypress Pine and Cedar.
., .It* unusual covering: and wearing caPM=itT. .Ie". : BE SUN'DOWN"AA
", 1, It''. by far tb. mat.conomk.i: paint, you.can_ " ". For interloe.watl..n&' ceiling, use"Pee,c.. Platkoatt. : : We make:Mow:'and Door RUN SOWN" feeling f:a dal.

r ';,/ .YI' o' U>. modem,aanlrary,durable;,flat oil finish., 1, ' ger.signal;, t'OU.neele it. i ;
, ". V Come, to.24. deep rich:.velv.tyCIO?.., ' j r.fram s.o. <*, you are leaving the ,door... .wide, '. 1;}:
r c ' "' ; ' open dangerous ditte ses.: .' .JJ
best .
A .'. . " '-' :: 0/ tor lasting'results, and pctttectlooKapedfy, " \ ," /t'HaveYou'a'RivalThou. ? ,Build ,?yourself tip to and. T ''s

efftnfft ..... , Brunswick t .
t CW r C rd I. AI1. Iuds of Interior Finistt. -- Bring Record/ lt'will purify and enrich your blood:;: .S it

'>TT- ..........t... I.N roa. ,_1lmlh-t.4. ..., to*up you* nerwia system, andlielp'
.:"AH kinds: Screens! ,.iwJr"trf"' ., fur 0Kpr- you eat weQ. feel well ;ifCAlde'a

ffVIN I S us'figuro'your: '' Fast.r*fox Brauwiek trot-rff_ >h reeordla.w..t U teed-Th. .(,-. tonic. =is a tried ,' 'I.i.' 'J
physicians lorwverSOyears.
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Entire House' BilloutRIEDELCO.. . -e..ol, .,', liquid or t. .Jl,
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Campbell and, Ledbekter ,took ,turns '- ., ,. /It.. .. ..'. ReclCroiRiveting I.

throwing Orlando for losses and they .'f- .8"" '. L\'.."..... '. .. .', I .. .
.. planted. :'KJselmme.Sumbod..Or4no ';
recovered. Then came .the first
,., down and the fumble; ,punt,t which
;:" :'' scored Orlando two points on'a safe I .
The'' half ended with
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Second Half

r.If. Kissimmee.. kloked. off to' Orlando;'

nj 18 yard line and the ball was return.
ed' 16 yards. Orlando made first

down then was*forced to punt. Kissinrmee .
was penalised for backfield

-ORL'ANDINOSES- OUT \ in motion, and| after. small gains,
,. KISSIMMEE 2. TO punted. 30 ,.rd .. i 1gi( '
j -- Squires tackled Orlando for a ,6
(V. Badly" outplayed in the. first half, yard ,loss and } .
.' and outplaying her opponents in the. mes returned theebait-20eyards isthenfailed .,
':second-half, Kissimmee High 16st, the forward 1 I fs ,
to complete a
second game with Orlando by a two from lock-step, missed another pass forward ,
:to nothing score, last Monday'aftel' x dya rl-
pass,'and punted, the ball rolling u
;, noon. '' The,,'two: points were scored
cf bounds Orlando's
out 6
on yard
Ii; just at the close of,the first half )line.:*. Orlando punted 80. yards, and r.. :Moulting. Hens .: .) ;;L
when after fumble Kissimmee
by then. Chapman made first down) 'on a .
,' bifckeed'
Orlando.made first down' 'and 12 yard end run.. The chain gang Need .Purina. Chows
to within a few feet of the goal/Wnh) play lost a yard, 6 yards forward In t4act' ;
f,,' 'f our'\ yards to'go ,on the third, down two plays 'through the line, and Kis k

Lewis Campbell broke up the play simmee lost the ball on downs. Orlando
\ \ allowing but a half yard gain Then had made 1 yard through 'theackle.dndf MoW dragging Your hens

tfnto. -"n ""? fourth down 'Att- BuDotlc* Jjnn, R : ed_to cgm-! don't 'get enough'protein...
.p\l1ed.\ t b e Orlando"back fora 16r| PURINA
two .forward pas8en tfii'third
r,!. and Klsslmmee got*,.the ball on plete quarter ended ,with, the hall In -Feed ittOihemortheyll rob<-+--.",..-

downs. Kis immc., jumble: .for, a Orlando's,possession her' own SO. their' body-tissues to' get; it I CHICKEN \
punt'but' back field;. caused r . '
: a t. '
ryard-line; i i i and win'come
;.1 NLl; (t i -,a fumble,' and an Orlando touchdown 0 Fourth Quarter.t -. laying ,tdt a DER r

(...,: -was only averted' by Kissimmee. re* Orlando punted and G. :Bullock returned. '' sudden stop Feed JPurhia, .. '-.-. a' N

covering .the ball, reducing' the' loss ] 10, Graham made ,first."flown ; M bfyr \ Chows. Give ,hens the
? your
to safety. .. .
a two point
off-tackle, .then was, held' for: downs
The, game was far more interesting with,2 yards to 'go. Orlando immediately material they need for both \
than the, former Orlando game and( punted, and Chapman made 6 feathers' and and ?
: refereed eggs, you .
a; free from'.quabbley being * beautiful 30
: a .
.. by an official_, who kept the game 1 1 1jnoYjnir. I yaf d 7un'Whlch"was-not 'allowed' as, wifl: i".be;repaid ,'rnaly' tirnaL PURINA, ;

f ___._. : .One "heart-breaking" pen.alty'disheartened -,the}I umpire's ,whistle bleyr for 'a pen' v oy Cr.... '. HEN mMoi.Eggs ,
the rooters in the -
last quarter when Chapman broke ball alty for being in 'motion before the ........_ ..
was .napped. 'Kissimmee pickedup .
o through, on an end rim and almost remarkably here and\..made first :. . Guarantee, '" --==-- .
'I reached the goal for a touchdown. .'
down three times on end runs and '
\ Unfortunately',"I'-he umpire's whistle t<<-tackle plays by Chapman and V. i r'1'udoa Mills tfuarasiftMa th.t'yoaf ,
:' had blown at the very .tart of the Graham., Kissimmee was finally held wfll ... more -ti* or ;jroafpK>a r

Slay on his decision that the back-I I for downs 10 yards from a touchbdoWftGrw1 lMoa. when :r- feed Farina Chows, esjPaoneaa '
was in motion before the ball 1 I I I d. ; ..
r ; Kissimmee 1 <."i'.Mole stopped an' end. J'.11f ,
was passed.Thiscost 7
T w
beautiful SO yard and ? / 'JJ, t.t.: ..
Chapman's run
Orlando punted, Kissimmee Juggled .
I ,
the game. f ,the hall and lost 10 more. A f

The most'interesting the-introductlon feature of a of lockstep the. completed forward pass G., Bullock Ihe attention er:the t beholder *a the fact-that the;American !- FLORIDA 'FEED STORES
trame to Grahtm netted, 8;yards more, and Bed Cross Is; chartered by Congress as an official ,volunteer relief
1.' similar to the- one Center Col.orJ 1 ,
made first down end
Chapman on
organization the dome of the Capitol at ,
,; : lege used against Harvard this year,' run. Lock-step and Chapman made' Washington upon which is super ,
in which Assistant Coach Carson has imposed a large Red Cross, is the central figure of a new poster for the -
been drilling the local team the past 7, and the an ball incomplete on downs. forward passlost Anneal Red Cross Roll Calk Th. pester which has been pronounced one '306' Broadway\ > ._

-;:-: week. It .worked :successfully twice,JOrlardo!( : made 6 yards ,when the of the most striking of innumerable' representations of the famous dom.; : -
broke even once, and lost once; bur, final whistle blew; -Score:Orlando; Is the work of. Franklin Booths a New York artist of wide reiutwn. 'It will i Jfr. ., ,01 .'
when perfected should valuable I be displayed throughout the-.ourltry-dudng-t1i RolTCalI :
,- besides '2: Kissimmee, 0. period. Armistice TELEPHONE :US YOUR NEEDSCall !
ground gainer, being Kissimmee ((0)) Orlando (2)) Day to Thanksgiving. when the I ed Cross membership for 1928 will be .

mighty' pretty from a spectator'spoint Ledbetter left end right Hoefler'Buckels enrolled. : >
: o fview. I . No.
left tackle rightMilton Up 'X13INSURANc'E
The most spectacular playing for Lupfer ,left guard right Grant !
Kissimmee on defense wad done 1 Tyner centre Kimmell AGRICULTURAL FAIR i /O "
by Chapm'aDand Graham, while WILL YOU BE THERE"J : )
, , Campbell right guard: left Geier ( I
on defense Lewis Campbell and Squires right tackle leftCecil l AGRICULTURAL POINTERS

\ Squires broke.through and Art Bullock -right-ehd left Mole ; County Agent Wilson calls attention t j ,..- I ., ..

'j'. smothered Orlando' plays consist the Graham left' half Grain e, Capt. : tural again exhibit this week be held to the agricul-. .L.11O H. WILSON CtyjNTY AUliNT .. .............. .. .... ... ..... . ....." . .' .. '
0 ently. Art Bullock: kept G. Bullock fullback Wettstein I to January. '
speedy Milton from showing so well Chapman' right half Haithcox Last yar's initial exhibition was a seal
i'f - as in the last game, and was down Simpson quarterback Fairfield success and this year the .outlook is Whitefly and insects costs the
the field under punts every time. Led j I Substitute's: JKignimmee Snyder. for a bigger and better one. The eltius growers thousands of dollars : "

.. better showed up in. good style. Fred I Orlando: .Ellett, Johnson, Stafford, grower'should be planning and planting every year. Through the ,winter
;. Lupfer came out of a first-hfcif slump Moore. : for the particular exhibit which months their. work 'on the trees is a *> THAT PROTECTSSERVICE: : *

and played .the best game he has. this j Officials:, Carson, referee;. Anderson Is- going to name. him famous but heavy drain, and if the infestation is _
bad the tree is unable J
year during the second half. Tyner, Sutton head -linesman there is another side of it. The following ' to put on a '
umpire ; '
at centre, was eight therewith the ; article from the, AgriculturalNews nermal' bloom in the. spring.. It Is -

goods until shortly.afterthe' begin+J, and S. Bullock field judges.and r.llIfJ1a. -;' ,'.timekeepers. : Service, dated today, ,should,{not yet too late for the fall clean-up .f : ;1 1LUPFERS' \

l nintr of the seccnd' half he got a bad i, .- prove worth thinking about to every .pray- 'Useoilemulsionponegallone .
wallop in the face and-,had to with, SAYS KISSIMMEE HOLDS Qsceola county citizen. Under' the to sixty gallons of water..Your spray :THAT"'SATISFIES'' / v

J draw to the side lines. I. caption "Do Your Bit To Make The ,'pump should have plenty of pressure. .-.... .
I RECORD ,FOR BLACK.BASS far best -results., ', "
Orlando Mole seemed tot A thi
For Fair Success publication -
,/ the honors in the line, and Miltonwas j ,0. :C.:"'Donahey's record i catch ,4n cays: ,, Eggplants are demanding heavy INSURANcE AGENCY"; : : '

easily ,outclassing most of his Lake I county has brought out some The season of fairs'Is at hand.I prices In the north Every,, growerin M . ... ,
4 Osceols "
"f "
county "
team mates.< Captain Grainge show interesting reminiscences of the Do'tens of fair associations are bend.ling' growing eggplants "
ed up I better, than In.the:first game; I glories of Florida bass ifishing "past E-> I efforts to the gathering" together this. fall should/ ,use every available -. ,_ .' .. ,. .'

+;' making consistent ,Brains in narrow Mayor John W. WaUon,.formerly of of the best, that their, communities means of producing' :fancy eggplants, \ .. t _.' .
"y'I '. end rune and wide off-tackle plays: I Kissimmee now"of Miami, has writ counties or'states possess. associations keeping" the .plants fertilized through . I
... .' Kissimmee was penalized several ten most interesting letter to The are spending money more the. winter provided prices so warrant :-" \ +
,r \, .,,:;1.;times and Orlando escaped a penalty ': Kissimmee Valley Gazette: In which or less lavishly in order that only the ,' and Jack Frost stavs away, "e.F ""HIPPs I "
! during the entire' Kissimmee beet be secured and exhibited. spraying to prevent insects and dis y'' t"
i' : game. may "
he calls attention to the value\ f Os- -
,;" : '. ,showed the poorest it has this' year eeola county's fishing, and the importance Fair officials' and fair enthusiasts are eases' from' destroyingplantsVand) : PHIPPS f BROTHER$' :
A w on the punting end of the game, being of advrtising it. Hev deals staying awake at nights planning fruit. If your egg paten is being attacked ,

r weak" both as punters and :pun- with other splendid advantages how to make- their'' fair better! than .. with leaf eating insects, spray GENERAL REPAIRS and :ACC
many or.dust with lead arsenate., In the 1
aid .
tees. G. Bullock good puntingthe Kissimmee' is overlooking such>AS it.ever was before or better than that

first quarter bat lost his booting going after the ,tourist business, reestablishing of some other; community,'county or spray use two pounds to. fifty gallons OIL,AND,GASOLINE I' BATTERY. WORK ,
eye later in the game. The,'teams transportation> between state. of,water; for the dust, mix thoroughly -", f

shared equal honors'Ion 'Intercepting Lake;Okeecho>.. .and Kissimmee, a But''with all the above, there remains one, pound of lead arsenal ,, to -. LO FATED IN SPEAB'S. BUILDING: ;0" ...
three lime and.
pounds dust
forward passes. one thing,whlch is absolutely on plants
high class hotel, etc:' Speaking of
while dew PHONE 171 . KI81MM13rEFLORIDA; }
first Quarter essential In ,orer that" these i fairs is on leaves. ,
.. The game opened with, Orlando the*1 biggest notice'recently black bau in,an he Associated says: might be successes.' That thing Iii, For, fungus diseases or bacterial . ., ... .......,. ......0..0.. .. ......... ...., ..... ... .. ..... '

kicking to Ki slmmee'. '20,, yard line: Press, dispatch sent out from Ensue "The moral support of the people for wilt, or blight and fruit rots,', spraywith ' ."
and Art Bullock running" the ball that black bass In whom the fair is beingheld.." Without bordeaux mixture at least every. ) ,,
a was caught one ,
a back 7 yards. Then an. oft'tackle'play :of the lakes ' Eustis which this the' fair officials the fair as two weeks. H.;' IIAROLD HUMB.S' M. P. RIMMONH!, q".A., tr 1
and an end run netted 8 yards I 'near and sociation the fair enthusiasts may as Use the kavosos poison kill President. !ce President" ......, _' "

.., end Klsslm/ne( was penalized 6 yards ounces.weighed' The eighteen dispatch pounds said: 'It eight was 'well disband and give. up their fond cut ,worms 4n the strawberry, field, Bert ?ertifiMra '' 'f wetidaeiY'. Sprayer.Honest ''PSir.IIN: ,
; otr- ide Kissimmee fail 'I The people of' community' and for other truck as ,well. '
rfor triajring. the largest caught in this sec hopes. a cropse Goods Fair Prices SMpssesrf
ed to make first down and G. Bullock .ever. of a county, or of a state have it in If you are not familiar with the use pysipt; _
.' .. punted 34, yards, whenp the Orlandoman tion' of the country.not Hhe Well, it.' was abig their power to determine. the successor of the poison bait, call on ycur county Ask, -Nelc.bor-o-.Ha.: : Know: . .:''It. >_ .
ftsh-bllt. largest"About
ws. ';dropwed in his tracks. by while failure".of their fair agent for further\ information.: GET NEW :rALIPEICELIST' "BEFORE"'BUYING.- I' " ..
Art Bullock. Orlando lost ten twenty-two years ago The fair' has to be regarded When you have arson that is<.arfd NTER'FERnLiZER '1't,1, \
t yards come 0 ,- .1'E.'O. ; '
I-was living in Kissimmee, I was PA CO.. JaAsoa flU, Florida .
'. or sour hard wood ashes
on a'fumble' and'then, due to "excel out of a one of our leading Institutions;' an use on yourcrops .
coming store one Sunday .
lent my institution which I. edu Besides two to three cent iv jna
work on the part of Ledbetter and essentially per "
morning I met man at the door
,i. and Buckels, were forced to punt 25 a cational.. For that reason it behooves potash, the ashes contain around 35 > '
1 yards. Kl llimdlef'l' :only returned the with"weigh two large One of base them He weighed wantedto all of us to sup #olt;-our fairs. Help percent, lime. Try 100 pounds 'ofa.hesland Get Your Job Printing:' 'from l e.\VaKcy"'Gazette: ty ,

punt S yards and the sidelines were make 'yours better. Do not help to ) keep'a recqrd of results. .
eighteen pounds two the .
ounces; Are , ,. .
cleared by Referee. Carson. make-it poorer by practicing the you reserving some of ;your -
s Klsslmmee failed to make its l gains other 'eighteen The pounds and nine I"handsolattitude.. Go ,to your fair. best, fruit.,llTall'l;, poultry, and any ,
;. ? and unted 40/f yards, ''where" again ounces He ; the man winters was Captain in Kissimmee Buck. Encourage your neighbors to go. other' agricultural product for cur c ." .
Bullock tackled his' spent Take and him winter( : agricultural exhibit to-be, held *" -
An man a split. but claimed New: his home. I IThese' ( your family encourage *
',I second after he had caught the ball. as to take his. Regard' the fair as in January? We are counting on the '
two fish In' Lake
Orlando made .but 2 yards'and punt- were: caught something for your, benefit- Consider growers to, save their: best.products

ed strtight.up in the air .getting but Tohopekalign the. sh r.- in and, were,shallow feeding,water near I it an institution,, as much for you for the exhibit, and assist ,in every -U : :

a 6 yard'advantage.,, 'On an attempti Previous to that.very time' the Kissimmee 'as ,for anyone else. way to. make a 'successful,,display. ityTaxNotice: :
ed by. Kill Tbe, county.,agent Is'again m position j
: forward pass" Or- /record:: was held by Jill Stancell, who LEADS' ALL ,
'" to _
local STATES In'anyway. Call
w: lando intercepted and ran to'the serye you or

y I ' boys' 'SO yard line before, he was three caught n one les'we.t in Shingle,Kissimmee creek two near..,or IN,t C(>BATTING TUBERCULOSIS write" him 'when q'ouneed:$* aerv. V '-. . \ ,, ",
icesv ,free to : .
f'' downed. stood They"are :you. Osceola ... 7
1-'T- Orlando w nt.fIf-tacklo.\( .9-yards where weighed:an fourteen told church-house, and,four that !'Rep it. to ,the, United' States de. county making rapid strides in every , ;

h' ; """ 'e 'and made first down on* 'an',end run, ounces. ".,If believe'pounds, Captain Buck's partment'of >agriculture on, tuberculosis tr"Jlookl.lndeed. respect. strawberry?indus. The city'tax,'.books; of'',:Kissimmee i ;.Floridayfil; '' w .:
Immediately thereafter promising as twell
IJ ) einqh70wn in the.vorfousstatescontain \
eradication i
$11 i' by Ledbetter for a 6 yard loss.>ThenKissimmeetlo the eighteen':-recbrd.pound","=.-nine,Florida ounce Fisherman fish-holds! ., : some.tntete ting. facts_on the I asthe culture and production'' of 'othJer1 i be in the handp4-thg; : ityClerk; and'Tax,Collector!l ;' , ;' .
t 16 yard onm\ ,'field. Eustis. *; '" progresi of the work.. For 'example,' :money crops. Tile .your land: ;

choic., for, two fouls, one 6 yards for .lc_...t..... .. .. .. , it has been found. that,Missouri leads Give proper,drainage and ample aoil ,::11922-forKthe '

off-side-and..the; other.15 .ard..for HJlOfli,. { SLAUGHTER: QRDS in testing,on.,the co-operative"plan, moisture at all times., This. isessen, on,and' after" WednesdayNovember. .. .,' ,> ", ," rF .
tripping. ." ,Squires, broke'through wltb .--total-of-187.herda, containing tial. to make'a sure, crop, "
.t..BROKDf 'i - -- '---' , 4'Gol1ectin-oi. 1922. & '
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1 ; I > T -- - TTaxes4or e :Percent Dicoiint :
twice! avid threw Orlando for losses ] -
:' ; 1 ;: 197,979 cattle,;;tested ,Jnring the .'.,' .. 0 ,, ":; Or7"'.... --
after 'which the .visitors.. retaliated,, :The.'number' of, ,,hogs, slaughtered''under '' last fiscal .ar.. ..". '- The i.j; arm %women of Greenwoodcounty \ '
with. complete forward pass fort federal meat Inspection during I J,Y. :'A ,fedral',+veterinarian, located In' S;; c., are ;canning ''for a '. will 1; be, allowed. for -earlypayMente"dating.? ; ; :, Kftb .;
.. -yards. With 9'yards to' *go on'' the the ,,month ,of September: was ;,747,. i' Iowa found more reactors: "-during the wholesale grocery company: 1 at the 1

',, fourth down Orlando ."attempted a ,746.;: This Is,826,117more .than, were' year> than other and county, seat They' are filling an' or- ,fro trli. Wednesday(;November: 'ito. .midnight. ,of: ,>' i
goal by dtopklck..wblch, -failed..Kissimmee ." ,, .He 7,747acrtttle' dlrfor -300 ,
slaughtered! In''any p lour September erinarian. tested 1,600'eaaes of tomato, : :' 1>, ,
; < gained r'; a' .>yard oft a : diseased animals. cases of kraut' 615 of beets 300 -ti-:,
for %hlch records are kept, according found: 1,068 ,' cases ., November:80:1922 *: :
[t buck, .one.on the lockstep shift, and t4 the:bureau' of animal Industry. The record for the largest numberof cases:of soup ,mixtures, 275 cwej 'oi Thursday; -., )': ::?
.,J' ; ,7 on Graham's' end 'run & \ United States department: of cattle tested goes to' an employee i blackberries; and '300 'cases<.of pta *i '/v.. J'J

;.4,II' !'The Jwnt was'even.., more ,,straight'up agricuiture.'Theeohdition I is unusualin of thestate; .of Missouri, 'who tested peaches.,'They are>alo ,cannlnr fig .

, :: k {. '.than Orlando's. previous ascension, that 'it is ,the"'fourth consecutive 14.612 ;',,,1,366. herds..: Second-}.pt'eaeneaand soup ,mixture 'for the _" - j' "; ".1 .
I ., -X :'and'Tost 4 yards, giving Orlando the month in .which the'monthly slaughter -. on this list,was' a veterinarian hired South Carolina'lIome Producers' ,As. > *" '(
"ball. Captain Grainlfe',tack- record of hogs' has been broken. by Shelby county, Iowa, who tested sociation.' :This work,, noted, in- a reP 'NO DISCOUNTt( U7ERNOVEMBERi3fl,1922.: I, r "t, "

,'ie, lor. z yards. for Orlando ana mequarter Toe, meat-inspection.. lorces nave msa 722. beids.- OBtalninr IQtlBO animals t t ended, with the ball on Klsslmmees '" I result thereof,, been.n d' in 'A veterinarian o>( the bureau of an- agriculture' has been according:, to. <<. ,

. ,17 yard line. "" Very' heavy operations, at a time or Irnal" industry in eight, months > and m.4. takn .. nrs1 womenby p+K

Soeond Quarter the year ,when it saran! to expect. twenty days tested-- 11,828 cattle in county, agents. ''
Orlando made first::down and .was .. ," hefd..Tbia I .' _
a smaller run of Tiogs. 983 a-monthly average I't
threatening! Kissimme4's goal when I lo of:1.364< animal tested' ''The record i Thai:cotton, crop ,'of : the United .Ja.[ 1 j1iR i ,.i rt
Jack Simoson intercepted) .a, forward I It Exports oteOl'h'' front the ;-United is'remarkable 'when it is known that States' Isrforecasted, 'at 40,135,000
.', )1'".. nn hia awn S yard lina... Rull igtates 'during the calendar, year 1922 the cost was only .18 cents' ahead. bales, i against the ginning ,fo* 1921
'. ,punted 27,yards, Orlando* failed a, prom. to ejteeed thoseof "anlmahr1tested ,
. on a y'year | The cost E r hftad faf! the fof Ti 54.WO balesjiThe production t J
forward pass,' made '.2 yards around 'since-1900, When the exports nach.cII90.886,489' by the entire force in Missouriwas I two;yean>,*>Koir: 13,439,603 bales; .' 1 City,Tar Collector." .
end:and was 'thrown for an 8 :yard, bushels. according. the 28.cents. Are work: has been three,ean. airo'ill.429.783- ;

I. .10..' ,when.".Lew1s..Nthrpiighth t J,United $tat. department. '.....-...'..,'of;.. 'agricnltnre."y. ,, .. done-at:; .Iow..eostas; 16. .' cents, ,,a years"'ago.,12.049,532' and,,five,years .. ,' '
line':-1ID:4.: tackled the.:bacltft :,. ".-.' : head. a--11,30,375., ; > ",,' .' ; ,
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W,' B. HARtlia ':" ; 4 : ;t.r.' ,
VANS AQNKW.! _._ ,(Secretary : .
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5z ALLISON T. .FRENCItyreLEdetor :'. .. rI''J', ;' , ..* I
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thorl( d oorrecpondent must be .Ilrn. uaivanicod Liberal
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i matter .will be returned. It tent; Two '
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FOR HALBSevan: ;
When Woild War'relief was at its all modern .

,I''f. height. in Belgium and France Cardinal Valley lornted Qasette on brick of ,

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-- ,. and Farmers
": POU -8.U. .Vary-
'f' t inspiration should be .captured and smith aHop, north

ti'' held for 'the benefit of all man .t :. ----.......::.
! kind." And that inspiration has been FOR AJ..1I-WOOd! : ,___.OE.KISSIMMEE.;: ___
T : chine; nearly new
captured.. Tho decent activities in F.' atreet.: v .

ds Greece prilv. that: And,' looking FOR SALE! For

backward, :one sees the 'same .big t+ teethe and No '
puroc a
rR cent each at. The \
: ,service rendered wherever there was .. '
;. taaBte1'7ftri.lamimJlc8tilerreeorwld. ; ---- American "S1ean'i.h1p'GeorgWahinlton.n.. lta. : .

" :n" ', The. spread Red' Cross sorrow.needs. no advertising SZJSS on East lSSJfffJKIS dead week 1D It trance carried; BpS FOR...")eietle.SALR at}-flu/mmaee Fine '

:: Its deeds I have spoken for i it. 11th.Thos. . Legion S
representing the American FOR SALE)--One TJ --
V. Fields,
t. ,"Peace bath its victories no less re- annual aDd place the tribute on ; I'lnto. Practically -,
d' ;:gowned than war" And the Rod:! thrgr've0ofdAmt make c '. Unknown Ider'blrfed in Paris. Photo show autnbl5 ette.. piles "- : AND BUILDERS

? Cross carrying on in a multitude Mrs. Shanahan of the War others':A.V>c.iauon; giving' the wreath'} ,to : -
time. Mll.MONH FROST- ,. .
board ship at
of ways. To" carry on it must have Fields on .- ,1'lunt* for .
, These must - ,. -------- , .. vnrlptles. 1000, $ ; ( STEEL, STUCCO
resources resources .. -""""' ------- -- " ' ' -- .-. .."
e ijy uxprrs: or
t \come -from the strength of its mem- ' SHOULD PLAY FAIR '"u rante"d. tI<' I I JACK BASS
!r bership. The-Roll Call is a call to its : Vuldonta. Ueorgla. : 515 Sproule Avenue -
{4 8' membership; a call to "Say it with ,Radio Inspector Schmidt UrgS That "' FOR s

names and with dollars"':-'and to say Most money comeg to the dairymanwho They Learn the Laws and "< .

f It as in World War times' with arranges for his cows to freshen Regulations. > 120 HANaE-Dod..e, and extra
r in fall according to John M. Scott, ixxlve I'ourlng-. c: :;:
f ,Patriotic fervor. animal industrialist .of the Florida .' Sox 193. Klslmm Thompson: .
Nine out of ten radio fans"are I
.Not only Beaching: a helping hand Experiment Station. every

4 fe over,.into the Near East, but allaying By having the cows freshen at .good sports, but the tenth la either a FOR .-

' home this organisation this season Of the year they. produce fan with poor judgment or a "rotter." RENT: Director
jroffering jt great FOH ; Licensed Funeral
milk time It Js to the amateurs to .....that
::.. the''organisation Ta the- largestflow of at a up ment*; two room ".
you when there is the greatest demandfor restrictions are not Imposed upon unfurnished; all '. '
'needs your membership. Right in all dairy products. In order to them, by playing fair says Radio Inspector Two insole blocka; close north In: A Sierm. Sym .5-.11le, R..JoIl'

our own,city/the need exists, and the have the cows freshen at this time, L. II. Schmidt of the Ninth went of postofflce; *. All ?tens.

helping' .hand has brought): sunshine It is necessary that they be bred late district. avenue.. Nigh Grade Ambulance Service at Call
the fall before or early the preceding -
> ,,where darkness was. TbU i'' )Mn I5NT
t can be done by observing cer- + -A ;
t winter.It Orno: 14* PHONES Residence: TSCorftmerdal
4!W The call for contributions during is advised that the dairy cow be tain millions and by becoming postedon furnished 218 Verona.rooms. ) r

RoD'Can'week Is not'. request for dried up six to eight weeks before the radio laws and regulations. A

'mone:! alone. It is a call for service. she to freshen. During copy of these regulations may be obtained PT. >housekeeping-R RKNT-Thrvo l . . -, .. -.
this period she should be well fed from the superintendent of) documents .
I It'is'an. opportunity to become a part street. . .. . t O
that she will be in good" condition at government printingoffice, \
t of an org'anlutlon'whlcb does big freshening. If she is not in good condition Washington D. C., for 15 .cents. It Is roil five HUNT room-Fine bath, ; ,

things which excites universal. admir- she will not produce the maxi- worth while to spend 15 cents ID orderto try, hack screened

t' atlon. f 't.i; mum flow of milk. be a "square shooter" In the radio in" nil around front Sign Department
St "During the summer when the beat location In $ 9
It ts a member of season
I I game. rent to party .with '
;, r' the 'American)i Red Cross,. grass time In is perhaps get her the in good best The great trouble with amateurs Is; for couples n family-who would of MID-STATE DECORATORS ,

,> ;. o\i- -, - +-:..- condition for freshening," Professor that when' they want to send a message 'I<.-th..r: All { General Contracting. >

'/t', is IT-- 0. KMR.' ..'AUGHESt! Scott says. "Summer is also the time around a corner they put on all wood stove In CAlI .
wood heatera. ))
.. .'..... . I when i thereU less 'demand for' Milk the power -they hsve with 'tha hope, ""furnitureplain but destinctjonr't .. "
.. < \ 'Yesterday's ''Times-Union says, "A Dairymen should take advantage' of that some! oqe in Texas might pick tip wants" supplied. e a W

V',Compilation'of the"returns shows the this and see to it that their cows are their mexsace. The object.bould be ment per month.In the One city.of Sheet Metal Work. enWWW .
v : .the dry during the summer. for six or to use the minimum amount of power'to Box 123.KIslmraee.: k '
election to senate'oCSpmuel M. eightWeeke." Paint in everything. \ I
Ralston; .former governor,.,:'over A1i _. get the measrfge destination. :\""OR RENTCholo
r Professor-VT. "In all circumstances, except In case I en suite: modern; ,
i- !bert .Beveddge.Republican nomitknee I L.'Floyd.of the state Light housekeeping f
relating to I
"* : ,-,and former' progressiveparty. ,, .garden experiment I. an station asset.says, But: "The with many home Of vessels lgnalsor"rltdlorl'am.In ell lrella.- all stations, :shall I 17 MABBBTTB. : WO <>>.... o..ooq'OOO'OOOO'o.

Wder;by a plurality:.of 30000.!? people it is mere of a or 'use the minimum amount of, energy . ,..
;" '-" Winder I* the.-proof .',.readerhails. theory than, a reality. memory People in necessary to carry 'out any,!'communl- ,,WANTED Th) be t .. .,.......'.H.Ii.I.oS.!.......... ',',:".;..<.""'A..V". im.on-" OY. ""?eu. :;:.?

1(;'. M... 'Michigan. ? +HE.! r Florida can eat from the home gar. cation desired". '' '.. 'v.'jT.1; : { i Jurove' 15000.00- or $ \ : ,j' \ " ,..., ''i.' ;'; ". .-:. ' :
o> rt' :_:..XXX1'b.sveringsrateo -- den throughout; the. year, because the'climate. ;Amateurs/ should keep thelr''wsveIenth : kAddre or call 1L '', .' \," 'HY'II". ,. (. .,
,If; rt''W'ag>' :''of male of tills state' is ,delightfully to 200 meter. '-.r ftiM: I Hotel.:,'. ;, "', J : rJ' "-, '. ;; :

: -'farmlabor'" :the ,entire-. United mild-- making possible the growing of Whey, .should-use-a !pure'-wa e" iJr. INDUSTRIOUS )MEN 1 .., .. ',.' .' ,. ,'I., ,... ', "... .... :, "' 1
fori"1 some' kinds of garden plants ;at all sendIng ',:etl to retail ,the !: '. ,'. . .' .'
r 'States wee/$28.91 a month The will' as the regulations) state, flf ,tha ,.Product In city ,
winter garden return
''WIth board, according :tol th'efint'; of the labor out apparatus Is 'of such'a character ceptlonal :

, ' <..regular>series of. quarterly 'reports upon manytimes it, provided this labor put is expended that the energy is radiated In two 'or Iklnd.Boldest Our and hustler largest -

$ ./Om"1t300".eounfy'croP'.reporter.' to intelligently". New beginner more wave lengths more, or lees sharplydefined I* $1.10 an hour.
r>the United States', department of agrriculture. in- I Indicated by'a sensitive well? If not.
in"doubt ,
.. The rate.for. the who maybe can get ',ample and
mi-was'$3014.; average' B the month Formfttlon'v; by Writing to Professor wove meter the energy .In no one pt Watkins Co.) ) \

'x year'Without'-beard?;the' a.erall'e*: ; October Floyd at Gainesville Florida! j/ the lesser waves shall exceed" 10 per Tennensee.. Call 'Phone .,
centnm of that In the greater. iitl:
1lwai$4L68; with $48.8Z.r Over 2.100( of the 2,850 agricultural " nAI'H '
As to
tfio'averayeutor The must be-"sharp. Avent Positions
1921. Day, wove
counties in the United States employ teach Telearraphy,
*', ,wlth"board.' "+ O * ,

I.'; .eompare4 with $1.68 last year, and worker, who acts as a joint representative done the' logarithmic decrement per tlon Agency: and : :
%> day..wagef. without board "was $2.08 of the United States department complete 08cUlatlonIn. the wave trains for Hallway literature and... ,
Ii. ''compared! with $2.18 'in 1921. Of they of agriculture and the state emitted by tile transmitter shall not School. Darto..... '
>:C;; 1.300 reports 3& per cent stated that agricultural college in conductingdemonstrations exceed two-'tenths when sending distress ' LOST

the labor supply ; exceeded the' demand of farm and home signals or signals and. messages
J. 'at current wages., ,83'per'cent practices found most successful by thereto." I
:"wjt stated that the,,demand exceeded the experiments of these institutions. relating L.O8TT-Lat Friday :: : ,
Amateurs frequently are at fault in by Fancier'farm
r.r supply and 81 Der cent' 'eportedran J
They also give advice and assistanceIn 1nr aching tackle.
often. The law
balance.. 1v. 'wit fling !stations too
eyes ,fanning matters -by personal visits ".J, B. Hale. Box It.
pronounce that'' call three times,
', be most in the correspondence telephone mesticlee states they can
' 'eetton. states Georgia. Florida,'.Texs community meetings, and l ar scud "d e" once,and -their station LOST wer-Brlndle to name '.' .
'. ,..,' Oklahoma,''and l' inMI..ourlp' In the local press. call three times; but often tb.., ama- municate with A. )

Nebraska; and .Kan..... De. teurs will Bend the calls a doseD or .Box. 177. or phone' I
r exceeded-supply. in New / The problem of reserving more tlmen.HOW ., .
V\ ; Pennsylvania ,West .Virginia. North seeds in the tropical climate of Guam :
:.Carolina.. and the Pacific coast ltate.. from harvest until the next planting ,
'," !1, '.. ...... season has been solved by the fed- TO .GROUND AN AERIAL MR. NEWCOMER:
If ". . '. ....' __"__._ eral agricultural experiment station for an InVaatmentt
':'HoR"cholera -usually more pre- ''that.1 island devising a' Dene Bummer SSI Norh
on by simple if Properly, It Really, Pr" tot. corner Orlando and
- ). L 'Talent' ant cool 'weather; than during. container made of metal 'flas. '. '
or \ so tile Property" -F..... 5
r 'W>e warm seasons.times'a treacherous surrounded b' cocoanut or other slow LiphtnlnpGenerally "So the People May Know"The ,
.' Vvi!)disease and nany i whole herd ly volatile oil aa to make it moisture, TOADS OP SOME
> U s f.ctedbefore any of,the animals insect and rat proof.' Seeds free CURBING t
, Mare\ seriously 'tick.'One'of the ,beat from Insect eggs and properly! dried 1IPf'tlJJnc.! aerials do not .
preventaUves ls, ;a, .supply .of' good when placed in the tank .will keep in attract llglitfltnt.' but they do store upatmospherical ,Toads have been Valley GaseUe'a desire Is te 1 .
<-water. and it U only a matter of good good condition and maintain thei electricity, and' .of in'curblntr ,the all the news all the time, but w

-jndCTnent-to keep; yard..treeot' !. germinating, power indefinitely. course; 'this :condition ,does create aliacard. insects and the.other'facts. : .. item are sent In .b, phone, .
t f rubbish.'watch your ,hogs and at : .; However' when the aerial Is 'certain! ** jff J letter, we cannot hope to get
'first indications pf,,{Ii.....-call a vet. A leaflet ea.'' milk'. snowing properly; grounded.It, then acts as" a Biological Survey all 'If yon know" of any item of .

,' J.Verinarian or the county ''agent. Many that..mUk..ot.1 high quality, maybe lightning. rod and (really protects the States Department fwa The-VaUey Gazette will be very '
'. 'farmer& -'Wh'Ithey ,find -that1.they easily produced by .following a few1, this electrical natard. i I analysed the glad to print it.
;Jlay..alckDe.'am: : ';theirlogslat-. ampla:_ ....hasJieen iesttedbyth4: property from achs of 502 .
;,. tempt: to kepit; a secret. There is dairy division of_the ;United States Brt.eflyrtberilre-woderwrlters-requlre- ifottr that -Chtr8oelety; Lodge Church '0.' -- ----;--
'', .th' t-the aerial be. grounded when not I:. choice of .
)no 'disgrace' having, ; sick"1 hogs, department of agriculutre. To,pro- > IllIg'tbe notes; people going away orcoming
/ though. tin.the majority of,eases it Is duce milk clean enough. to,meet all :'In '-use' by a copper wire no m.ller.'they thus.far fall to back} marriages, deaths ... .
.unnecessary,f or traecination Is a"/ aUN' the :"requirements' of, cityInspection: 1 1I. than B. 8-Gauge No,4 or'.lafger,' and toads,are of great, .," items Concerning visitors,
preventatlve rwhen\ ',the right.kind -of is chiefly A matter of carefulness;'and "ran, said wire as' directly .. possible snce.* -Toads', go 'WI.> operations, real estate deals,. '

k' ...-om.l.; used''and' properlyedminia-. . the' methods Are not ''difficult' to understand to the outside. ground,. I I their t own work of fact saving i. or going out, anel' .
tered.r "- i ;. : a or especially hard 'to' catTY This means that. ':weter, gas'or steam :. hood,.end so ; anything that will make The
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?, out for anyone who'hasthe inclination. pipes,lnside'.the"property cpnnoti' be proper place jbi : Gasette more. interesting. to its .' .
w'-Few.p.raon4': : excepting *among ..."* I
d. '
: If interested, writ to;the.. used .LorJo. lightning vobn4. ecaule neververy -. '
:those directly 'Interested in the pro-' partment at Washington' & C.forai however.- and as. ''
dnction' and "hjahufacture''.]of dairy free ,f ; lf'vver; this ,.groundwas called into I.I the"methods; of !/, '*l- 'alli 'baieUea motto Is: "So 1
.copy. ;:
::ncvducts..realize-: the extent to'.hleb ") *' '' ' ".r'Tiyou-send - service there Is a possibility"' that Ore wide "stretches of People Slay Knowand\ to' that v"
tafsrlor -vtegetable .... ..__. .. .
; e| yf fIM f ha laaf: i\mi ||*y : u L Y I.. ...... crop'and .garden po ,' ,'

'as-few, : .figures?that are astound- j cannot be. delivered,' v yon 'should tectlon.; -. -, is";'not :etromily felf ...,.) -
,. .
-TII iQift.i but 563.000 pounds of pUee'en the package pledge to pay tlei sjie-wa that a. /1

; .'Coeoanutroil.were; used In.margarines return, postage: such as ."Return post '8 UaUc. jlndlcate that""the' step the toad' la , ,, -.t..- v ",. "tl/fiil n. . ,, . ,
buttersnibatitutes; ,iir>!i,1020there' age:guaranteed.'* It will then be re* ladder is the source of more accidents! 1 ious insects and' ,: I? ',.('I\P"'J'" :' ". I.
twed for'xhiepurpos. over',,80r ,- turned and the post r.V;collected: on than any'other Implement, Almost ; lug'plantl'and.' ,It, ' ". ,:'t,.' .It.. ("If'. ':' :.,. .
,pound. ", 'jiora'Vthan 140i delivery..Undeliverable' packages every home -ha*' .step ladder.-There 1 forma Bome' : '- J'" I" .. ;: ';:
i *a mash as ffltTHWW r'xTh ew'flR- without'thla pi edge.are held and the are various devices. ',Some are self i glheenhouses;/J garden :' ,\ ts: .. _, "__ .;\;" .:.1" -tr"
on y'Imd''eottonseedoUg htat-i yraln anil'' tfiAl ,. -:: ; '" !:,', "' _" : ';':' :: _, _
ade. the'' return )08taCtl; .must:be .sent ito the buUding'or tree*., ,It,is difficult I that'toade'do-In. ; : :/' ;:1 .. '_f"
oH, lard oil and.others.-The asgain the"'of flee ,where the, packages are to state which,Sa the.moat dangerous I beneftclal' )eetl.g' I I. : :t. : '' . ..,, ... .- "

fabutter.substitutes\from; held. This-cause; delay:'and-Onnee- of these styles -of. step ladders ',us>ful to. man, "U." : ) : ". \ ',.. ' .... to: ., '
: to ll1M'jjsgchMthe' stupendous pssary'eorrejpondettee and expense tct is a good idea'to be careful: .Ith".ny'-importance and 1 '" i"oti; ''-' -,7 'f'J.\ .',"' I ...,.

of .: the,. senderl 'Ind"tM postal'.serica." style., - 'their- Indiscriminate: ,
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KISSIMliKK ItAJf.WAT\ TABI.B 1WBATNglkH.BPDIt'td: ., J'i ... -,,,." .. ' . . .,7. ..,. ", i
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.p,4*i *.** .,...1tO.' .. 0 peratnre -and precipitations, 0 '. I'I C), N14 "
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Iaek.oavlile" ; .,nlshed ? by the I Kissimmee Cor "\r ; .,:; ". .. " ,.
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.'. .' ... 1 : .' TraiaNe.5$ 7.- '4I5g:comaele..a.m. Mb t-operative' .U. S. Weather.Bw....,,;* 'j,". .", 1:' ', .\'\ 'l I '.. ..
DuPont's Cafe ..Serves YouisBlghk"Sr .:IS p; m. Train No. SI t:30 ... m. *: Station.'} for- the week ....dIne. 'J.... ... .- ,
f' 10OOp.m.Train: No. II Thursday November-;, ;0..
of Live Oak iras (In Lear. Arrive .' O
kinlmm. ' -
!i'Aeimmeejthia j < week. 10:11a.m.: TrafnNo.O4 Jacksonville 1:111> P, m. Date. ..Max.Mtn.: : :.Prep. 'r ti
Furniiilei111atfo 1:17": Po ... Train No.SO Ttfp. m. Friday Nov8: .-...BS, -62 .00 41
,;' ; \! rent W' B. lSMam. Train No. SI 111..'... .'Saturday; Nor .. .84 63 ,00 N.ovb berl5 '
f ,.Mwrfc. G.fette offlc.* M-tf Sanford Lav Kl Arrive..lm .Sunday.. Nor 6._,-83 67 ..00 : 1

'Arnold f. Mickler," insurance, man ':40 _.m.: Train 10:11 a. m. *, Monday Nor e..82. 65 .15 y ,
r ;7e
of Orlando);. wall in Kissimmee! this I mslmmae car Sanford Arrive *, Tuesday Nor 7.84 60 .00 .* ,
week' TrslnNo.i3 ; 0 Wednesday, Nov 8.84 68, .00 *
, 1\ *.r-Po"m.. : 10:00 Arrive p.m. 0 -Thursday, Nor 9.:..,;79.. "68. '.00 .

\:<< e. Shave, 16cj: haircut, S5c; children Saint Cloud )I KlMlmmiM' Beading are mad. at 6:00 p.:: *

: '0 25c; at Casino, Barber Shop 18-tf 118 1:11 p.p.m.nb -. Train Train No.Ns.100 11 2.00 l:40p.m.: p.W ** ra.houra.for the. preceding. r" twenty-four.*

Mn.o GeAnide L.' Kat1 1 t. back in KlMlrame Leave '. > . Saint Arrive Cloud *, ALLISON FRENCH. :

; Ktseimm.orafter! three ,months. in 11:11: p. m.. Train No. 101 '' 11:11: Po m. ..Co-operative Observer.::, /will' move into the: middlestore "

'. 'chine ''l. !' "' Leave 4: .tp.m. Train. .No.lOe'. 4l Arrive: p. m. *. **.**.* ***.*.*.* i . .
iloleproof' Apopka KI..lmm.. b ',: t 'I \
1: Quality, shows in silk .:00.. .... Train-NO. Ill' UIO..m ", '
I 1Io.e, $1 to.]$3. 0, at McCAULErS.,. :wave ,Arrtv CARD OF-THANKS. in"the n'ew'

.::1 ,Miss Mas'' More Tallahassee_ It0p.m.Klsilmmea, Ti4hnNo.HO.. -' ',. All:Apoplca. p. m.wSee 'We'wish'to thank' our many friends ,, Rivers. : block. r

has been v visiting in Kissimmee this for the beautiful floral offerings and ;/ h ..' :
'j 1 week.f the new dress goods; qualityand the :kindness extended to us1 during '; > ? .
price.'right, at McCAULEY'S. the 'illness anddeath of our' beloved '

9pcUea h r ., her Oe.qp work,'' McCAULEY', .'from $2* Miss'Frances'Wednesday.' "Tress_ ..:.visited tn:'!' tt- father. ',Byron'Mr; and.A.,Mrs.Patten.? FW., Amos. ,' intend; in, every' .particularto ; J'. Mpp Mppr

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+ : -- ''I" 7- " _" .0 "'."" ,My, ond_blraJ_V.,...Pstten ;.,. .. .... ii r-_ -- -, -. '--1'" ..,.- -- -.._ _---,.....-_ _- Mkt
\' Robert Woodall was in Kissimmee Mason Skinner'' I I. back in- Klasim- Mr. and Mra. E. B. Patten.

t Tuesdav from Lakeland, visiting-the mee from Michigan, where 'he has Mr. and. loin. W. G. Connor.
keep -fo-dace-Grocer '
4 homefolk..*. c spent the past year with his'sona. PHILLIPS GRATEFUL an: IY- J, ... .i
" .1 ,..-v Roselle: $1.60 per bushel pr epaid. Paul .May,-Jeweler and ,watchmaker 'FOR SUPPORT. TUESDAYTo '

'' W. L. Shuck! Orange '.enter.. Florida.48-ltx of Tampa, ha. accepted a position in ,Osceoia ' Kissimmee W. E.-Sanderson.
y with- I wish to thank the voters for theirsupport'in

.t Howard' 'Katz left Thursday mornIng Mrs HarryMeetch motored; 'Orlando Tuesday's election. I appreciate : ; '

'I( to spend the rest of the week'athis to be the guest of Mrs. 'Alex the honor'conferred upon men

store in-Avon Parity ander Akerman at the dedication. of selecting: me for. a county commissioner THE SERVICEWILL BE' THE :SAMEILOypl
I the Sorosis' Club. and pledge myself to work for -
.Roselle: $1.50 per bushel prepaid. the progress and general good of .
.. W. L. Shuck, Orange Center Florida. Hubert Fleming returned-to Klsslmmee OsceoUC county. ''
48-ltx Monday from his 'old homeat I R. V. PHILLIPS. ... j \

Athens/ Georgia where he is a ,
Mrs: JR. :Gary. of Okeechobee Is regular summer :visitor, j; AISDE ...IIANKS HIS FRIENDSTo
., visiting her mother. Mrs.. Dora Lee, ,I.
at her home on Clyde avenue. William S tilings, of 43? Verona My Mahy-Frienda and Voters: ,

'} street, and-M."E. Turner, arrivedI. in I wish to express my ..pprecl.tlontor'the : .\
Roselle: $1.50 per bushel, prepaid. Klssimmc last we Vlrom Milford support you extended me on '
W. L. Shuck,' Orange Center, 'Florida. Center Ohie. election day.; I have always been H'S. "
4S-ltX and 'wilL continue a democrat-never, t '
Mr. any!! Mra. F. H.Wiison. of Bar having bolted the primary' : :
A-: W. Green prominent commission tow are -in Kissimmee visiting their I have lived in Oseeola county thirtytwo ; :

man of Richmond, Virginia, baa brother"Leo H..Wilson, and Mrs. Wilson years-expect to continue to, . : .
'. been visiting John S. Cadel this week " live here-working for the best; Interests ;

ofthd and Oseeola .
.: ( jffrDuPont's '''Cafe' has good things to Mr and Mra. E. D. Seabury; regular county. / party ; '
eal with that taste* that only homecooklng winter visitors arrived Monday Thanking' friends again I am Phone 176 : Kissimrtiee .Florida .
has from Roc"evelt, New. York and are yours sincerely, .
located with Mrs. W. H. Farmer for JOHN H. BAISDEN.NEW ,
Mr. and My,. Joe Harvey and little .
r Carolina} are the-winter.. . .. -- --"''- .. ....... .- '.. _/ .. "'- . of Florence South
mother at H 1- 11II&\1\1& ... A "' --A .b..
visiting Mr. Harvey's > J. 0: Minick/ the Lake Wilson ,

lard's. IslandPhotogrspiis. ' district,'wa. a visitor' in Kissimmee .., ISSUES STATEMENT __._n' __n' ____ ____'_';;- ___'_._ .
this week Mr. Minick'svisit recallshis Now that the smoke of battle has' c' ,:
of football team and HEALTHFUL LUNCH INKISSIMMEE .
exhibit I wish to thank the THE CHAMBER HEARS "PERTAINING TO ,..CHURCHESFrabyteYiu ?
sale the' prize winning at the agri passed away people ,
for at
U. delegates, SCHOOLS
cultural show last winter. of Oseeola county for the liberal '
47tf '
office of The Gazette. .. *
I have. just afforded
-1 Mrs. support they meat (Continued from rave One) (Continued' froID Pace OliO . : ,, Ctwrch "
of the PeoplesMarket ,,1.M.. Stanfill.. of fiahira. the polls. r
; S. L. Hajerman new
) has had a couple of very. attractive Georgia arrived In Kissimmee Tuesday I am nOW .ready to take up any and similar value 'the next day, thus pre- eral high school graduates either I
afternoon to> visit her daughter, all measures in which constituents venting monotony, a roll with realhonesttogoodness planning to - 'Pastor" r y
signs erected outside his my -for'' R.v.,W.. .'u.J;. D.' .D., ,
t butter it bit )ege, or having already gone a
t : of business. Mrs. B. L. Wilkerson, at her home at are interested for the good of on a -
place of bread and healthful lime, had registered, in the Kissim '
612 Penfield avenue. Oseeola < county. and the state of some good '.., ma-Sunday'schoot'; :
.Lost Brindle bull terrier dog; Florida. C. S. AGREE. fruit, a glass of milk and a .cookie-- mee college and received instruction 9:45: Prof.. '
: .
1 answers to name "Tramp." Finder Mr. and Mra. Byron Parker, of --,- who Is there to find fault with\ that which had later resulted In ,their set- D.' B. Shaver; superintendent.,, .' '

communicate with A. E. Smith, .'. O. Sioux Rapids, Iowa with their THE ELECTORS OF OSCEOLA. Ample time for eating passed, and curing responsible and lucrative positions 11:00 a. m.-Mol'llin." service.'Ou.? '. + +
Box 177, or phone 127-2rlngs. 4J8-U daughter, Mrs. Alice Parker and COUNTY out again into the sunshine with the as .well' '.better social op.portunkies. Honored Fellowship. / e
grandson! Byron have returned to F cookies in hand the primary.. pupils ." ; Several pupils have reg.. 6:30< p. m-cJ1a1atlan.. Endeavor
Eggplant must be plentiful at the Kissimmee for their winter visit. Permit me to thank those of you passed. In the twinkling the., tables istered from'other states,,having; lo- meeting; ',' -' 'f i

t Point. C. S. Acree has alresfdy'slilp- who supported me in the recent elec were- cleared.and as'' clean'vas 'a- cated.-In'.Klssimmee' because,.of,the < ,nm.-Evenlag service.1Th.. .*>
ped 160 crate of this succulent vego- Mr. and-Mra. H. M. Wells of'East tion. It "was a' splendid expressionfor whistle. Then came'' another crowd. advantages offered! by a good business Soul's, .. of-, '
tabl-s to northern markets.: Fairfleld, Vermont, are expected to clean progressive politics. 14 am Some seemed scarcely larger than course.. In' one case ''' youth t'7:30: -. p. nvWednesday.: ; Prayer'' ro ,i
a. arrive In Kissimmee this week. to especially proud of the type of cltlcenshlp the tots who had preceded them, treading the, primrose path' of dalliance Bible. study. , ,"' ,
For rooms and apartments apply spend the winter., that voted/or' me, and It also while others ranged' In size and age had been interested malting 7:30< p. m.--Friday. Choir 'praet1ce.t

"s. IfllRcnnie'i shoe repairing .hop, 274HCin serves as a rebuke to. democratic,misrule upwards tohigh school students. But something of himself, i and >ambition A cordial welcome: to, stranger. ": I '
.1'; Mr. and 'Mre./'M.D1 Caller and .
street. House thoroughly ren.led ; there was 'a difference! noticeablenow. had been instilled. ...r.,.... ..., 'p ",..
,- with .nice" large airy room.. daughter, Miss Gladys'drove'to Or- -There will> be marked decline' in No, set places awaited'' them. Mrs.' Hilton has the happy facultyof 'S i rtnt Baptist (lurch'a: "''f',t '''.
lando .
I *" 48-2t .Saturday. Miss Casler remained primary election participation here. Cafeteria style prevailed, and alone interesting herself in her pupils ,-.--' ; : .' '11>': -
'I for a'visit with friends for a .few the Intelligent electorate,will and her, Institution II ot.which '" " ,' '
after> fine one t
the table laden with the same .
and Mrs, P., R;. Blown, form days, the rest of the 'party. returning desist from ..sumlng..n obligationthat lunches ,,the. orderly line passed, then Kissimmee may well feel proud,"andlad' .RevJ.! A.5utton. ,,D. D"?P *tor.: ':,,1 '', '

'ant of Kissimmee. who live in Atlanta Sunday.r4 ,. :, may stultify their efforts.! The "broke" to scatter to tables where to'give its moral support Mr.Wilson '. 'BehooLV'lk'. ; >
9'45'3: m.-81111d.t ;
were in Kissimmee-- a few daysthis Mr.\ ''and results are'not what we hoped for, chum got together said.) : ', "
relatives. ,I Mrs. J. ?.., Wells, of Ken- LupfeJ-; Jr.superinten r', :<' : ..
week,. visiting J' ,- nebunk Beach, Mains..rrITed In ,,Kis ; but are Indicative' of an awakeningand ;At another table sat county ,commissioners O. P. T..lnstroctor in the business for all ages. Join' th 'f.i"( .:. \: ..''''..'. ,
simmee last ,visit : better things for Oseeola county city councilmen members courses for Mrs. Hilton, addressed fi\ .'"
to their -
,&Epri apartment night son .' 11:00 a. m -Sermon! 4:H'} \ ':
to sshoe repairing sh6p 27Main and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Roy A. '* Very-respectfully yours. of the 'school board, and editors of the conducts briefly., Mrs Hilton Theme !The LIt. W< '(J :" s . ,

street. House thoroughly Wells Mr.: Wells, senor .1.. in the I F. A. STROUP.; The Gazette and Saint Cloud Tribune herself the stenographic. ,inJ 6:80< p. ra,-B.,.Y..-P. U.. '''''t' .-.,
' who had been invited for the A .traetlon.' .:' '--o'' ,, '''
ovated with'-nice large' airy, f00"48.2t*". hotel business in Maine., I CONGRESSMAN'' "JOE" SEARS well pleased croup they'were day., they Secretary 'furrows' read a, letter service.: Miss;Leak Herzberg; p ..:' ,

close EXPRESSES THANKS the chamber that pair of dent.. .. I'
j -- For Rents Six-room modern, had a goodlunchthe same as that advising a 800p.. in 'Srnon k l v.the pastor. '
Mrs. A. Rose visited her daughter. in house; vacant 15th; also large 12- Representative* >Sears went 'to of the kiddies, and they had the girt hikers were wending their 'wayKUsimmeewards Themaj.Tbe ,Negative >Side of .:

Miss ha, at the Orlando hospital room house close in, and splendid 8- the polls-'with almost a. solid following ; seeing just what the from various other *7)30 Prayermeeting. Ute."I""
week where Miss Rose has the room house. Four,rooms nicely furnished jroungatet'e had. They avers proud parts of the United -States and bespeaking Po''
this ,'and ,the night' tally showed 2- ,. ' . ,.
i important position of dietician, 'on first floor close in. Nelson 268 votes for him against 244 for his of. their school 'lunch-- and contented them a welcome on arrival.J. Free -seats 'and! ". welcome ','>tstrangers ,l''
*. Realty-, Cothpany. W. in the knowledge that it was as it Overstrcet called attention of '
Republican opponent, Howard .
as'weU as those ,"ho'be.
\ : the members to the fact that' the
and apply I .
For rooms apartments MeCay.: Sears received a majority should be. glad to, know that the here. ; *'.' ," )410nJr' -
I to Rennie's shoe repairing shop 27 Five'percent discount'on city tales In fact troublesome lunch-box had been replaced county was nearing the end'of: thepart 'f4 f ; ,> "
..4 Main street. House thoroughly renJ If paid before Thunda November quite a staggering majority from with clean good, wholesome,'I of the'' Melbourne road which It 'A church: ''''ofthi" ",Bible ,aia4fol': the.:;, ..:
, heard '
in precinct -- ,
+* ovated, with nice Urge airy rooms. 80. Books open on Wednesday,, November every Times-Union. correctly proportioned lunche in I is to surface, and suggested that the people.' -". '". '.*.

u 48.2tMrs. 1 1. JL' R. Gilbert, city tax col Jacksonville When .ee" by a representative of pleasant surroundings and under the chambers of Kissimmee and Saint V .CkristVCk'" < f ;": .
lector. 45-tf. direction competent and interested Cloud get behind the state road ,department rc. : "
: and .little daughter I The Gazette Congressman "Joe"Sean (Pentecostal) .
P. L. 'Moore, to finish' the work on the
j Mary, arrived Sunday from MUs/Mary:/ .Morse",,home dairy specialist" who- had returned from his I women.About a hundred and eighty lunch-- gap remaining between'where the CornerBrack: OakStreeta'. ? ", ".
little farm; ''said "As know
of the- state 'agricultural depa you
South Carolina, where : :
Greenville the Brevard
finishes and county -
es were eaten there that day exclusive county iWalter '
have been visiting Mrs. Moore's. ;rtment, was inKissimmee-Monde made no campaign and my to Lorens" ,
line. The state is expected
they .
of the visitors, and the average h 'F
conferring with;.,.jais Albina Smith Victory is due to the'faet that ISundayScbool8uperintendent;!
"parents. With finish this gap' and M It IsCof so-vi : :; If
is thereabouts day.
_______ ./ regarding-a.proposed compalgn look- my ever-loyal! friends do not forgetme. every
/id:00 Sr
Five percenY discount on city taxes lag toward more-use of milk in. chil Certainly I have the best friends the expenses for rent jointly .shared importance tor both these Oseeola : a:'ra.-Sundayxschoo, 'Inter'v:-
November by county city, and school district, cities the secretary WAS instructed to national lesson. Classes: for all ; ,' .,
if paid before ThursdarJ dren'I'iet., / ever had, and I only desireto communicationwith .the ges.> :} ,.
30. Book open on Wednesday, November. say that I will show by acts and the''''meals serveo, good as ,they are. ret into .11:00 a. mDIYibe.'worship:Spe-1. : '"'', a r, r'
.1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax col Mr, .and Mrs.< A. J. Jones were in not by words my full appreciation. are practically supporting.. Last Saint Cloud chamber: and pull together teal Bible,teaching. '. .-i:: / '?' ;.:'. .' ,din \ '
lector. -tf. Kissimmee Tuesday and Wednesday year/there'' was a balance in the for getting the: 'finishing' 6:30< ,p.::m. -Young'' People, 4'"I j >' 1"
I enroute from Tampa"" to Sumter COIlnt WOOD. WOOD! WOOD. WOODS treasury of seventy-five cents "Two touches put on the, road.- .;- .. '
.; Mr*. Sarah -A. Cook;; of Chicago. ).\ Mr. Jones, who owns the post- women only are regularly employed 8. L. Lkipfer Jr., spoke on "the subject . .7:30 p.,, nv- .Divine worship.I PraUe";, ,
arrived in Kissimmee Wednesday and office building in Kissimmee.was interested Place your orders for veneer blocks a girls earn their lunches of bousing facilities in Klssim-- testimony.. Inspirational .song''serice.. J'
'will visit this. winter with the A. S.Nelsons. in the progress of the-.traw.. nowt 120 blocks l -lneh. delivered for by helping. at the noon .hour,, and sev.*! mee. He said that the erroneous imp 2:80 p.'mTuesday.. Women'; r.I.r .
Mrs. Cook has' spent two berrjr, ;. Industry, ; $3.15; 12-inch blocks, $2.95. Split for eral devoted members, of the. Moth pre..lon'.em.. to be prevalent that : ble study' at Mrs" L.. B: Jordan', on"' '1\j
here. stove-wood, guaranteed full strans; ersTeachersClub I donate their time. there'are no apartment and 'room I : '
winters l>r. .B.>L. WSlkerson and Dr. R. J. 15-inch for $3.85, 12-inch tor: $3.16. Thus -maximum of food value ls derived for vent in the city. While there 1 .Aderhold-streetially'Invited ,, ;

Star Brand, Florshelm,: Queen Denning'left' Wednesday, night for Get your winter's supply now. \A11 from'', the ten cent. which the are not tan over- Qndant. supplyofvacanthouses ..;; -. Come.Prgyti: "Be--. :(" 'I
and Prices Jacksonville- the' annual :delivered. Phone 91 518 Brack street. "" there are a number .. I' ,3 i--;
Qusdity Dcuglasehoes. attend ; kiddies pay:: Parents may rest assured 011 I'1"'''. ..
jrdliranteed! lower than others are meeting of the Florida DwnUl Society 'J. Bonin. .-U that the dime 1 i. well 'spent, rooml'In private homes which can. i .,. t .

selling them. ..Some. Douglas' Oxfords ? which convenes at' HoteJ SemInole that it -is making healthier happier, rented to desirable \people. The ,M. e4 t'. CUrd. '
.s low a. $iJ.35, at JUcCAULEL'S Thursday' Friday and Satur- more efficient students, and improyTing Chamber'of Commerce maintains ; .. .. .'
_ TORE. rW day. Dr Penning expects toremain .DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE: ...their school reports.Miss' . ; room directory for people'visiting"Past; :: r-1, .' "I.':'
. i in Jacksonville week for Going North by Auto of Kissimmee and all member, were "' k
a graduate Emma Yowell.principal
post -
A. McCool and Mr. and Mrs work with 'the. society.> ----i.'. Mile the primary department,- report that urged to let the. 'public 1 know ,this :4S a., m Sundayschool., .i, i/t WA.V MeCool, Jr. of Beaver Falls, To Orlando .-..__?______ 18 there 1 decided betterment 'of fact., Local people'.harlng.rooms for Overstrect. ,:superintendent. . V. 't <', .; .
Ta., will arrive in Kiisimmee Wednes. For Sale i 'Fine. -room house and To' Winter' Park-: :;..__._,r- 23 school *work-in after they get rent are urged,to'.notify Secretary 11:00: a.-{rn-Preaching? .by.. thepasj." ,
day, November 15, to spend the winJOTLjtttheirJ 2}4 acres of land close in} fruit and To ''Sanford __?_______...*.- 42' the lunch-room habit, Kissimmee hat Burrows :of their> accommodations ,In' ,. *
. #_ >pnilL-On Emfliett's: street. flowers.very cheap and easy terms.Equipped'stocTcfarm To DeLand, ?___------... 62'DaytODlt" 1 .chools. Ia order that the visitor and the rooms o:30: p.. 'm_League devotional. ... servjCe. ..1.} .
:good .....andthg *' '" "
-To ____..., -8&- '' I f. .-' -f > .,
: fine cotJijr eon --s= tTM-brourht-toeetJer.j' ) : : .ll\\ J -
"The Kissimmee .and goes to' Lakeland cern;. special bargain.-- See: us lor: partlcularsv' -' To' Saint Augustine___... 159' making them-better.of the Mothers-Teach James,M. Johnston presented a\ 'petition .,.7:8p. ;Preachtnir by the psstor. -! '

tomorrow to take part in the : "Special-.bargain on :excellent To Jacksonville ,_._?__.___ 200 This Club activity t.1 for its "fare for nomination of three incumbent 8OO_p. m.i--Wedj>e.aay.1: Story. hour,, ., .. >.> 4f
era a fitting one
American Legion's bl* celebration. .strawberry;'land, favorable term To Mount.; Dora.-._-...-*_. ,48 wella* one..of,'the. members called city councilmen. H. *t.*Katz *. In the m.--Wedneodaj.rtS'' ; .
means good advertising for Kissimmee. To Eustfs .... :. 52 3:00-p.: ,
This of'payment.Fine little farm 'In.ld. c f - J- -- theParentTeachers M. Hna nnd A. Rosen for the of-' .,
organization- '
.. What are you going to do city;lln>its.vNelson\Realty ;Compare* To 'Ocala,'_'.._*.__..__,.,_ lOT ."it filled flees of city commissioners to be voted In'primary-room. :: :'- ,
when the band committee calls on ,' : To Gainesville-,_____.:: .___ .152'' ,Association ., ehartet'election. 'T:80: p., m* ,'Weddediy,. ',Prayerm7:80 .
: 'upon'
; seeded want.1 It has'been one ,of December.. ".
"- '
K.V returned > .
you= ; D.:CcWtson: Sunday :. &'. ,. [ .C.. ; '
........, 1'4\.rf-_ ,.1 the most active:of all local clubs affiliated '' 1
t: taxes,, 'from a two._ .' business 'trip butwith'the Attorney W. J.'Steed called the"at- : p.; m.i-ThnT-day, Tssehers1, ',. W.tfi(
Ire"percent discount on' city on the easi'coast:.,. Hi. brother, Tom .DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE:: -with;tftV state, federation tentlon of the to the fact thai training, dasar, i '_- -.,*. > '
it "ild before Thursday November SoBth .., new parents'; organlratlon, body = Choir '
WaUon Greensboro,North Caro-; Going: by Auto. at'11 o'clock.' ; priC. i
Saturday morning .
Wednesday No- not-limited to ,women only, and with ; uca.l'h; .
3 Books open on Hna joined him on the;trip and accompanied hlilea ) : I .Armistice Day the ,II" whistle win . ,
Wom-ii' rinti child | 1
. fatUng nn
' v oer 1. j. K. uuo n,. city l w i him to Kissimmee. uroih- To Haloes Clty. _j-; -;.-_. eg- thr' ; . I" "
church bellswilltell
,.lector. ; ,'' .s( oI5-tf. Tomis the L.:' PuN To 'Lakeland ',< _._ _..J;.' 47 welfare. work...the ''member eel' etime blow ana the Carittisjs. <
., -'t ,_____.__ er- ;: new'wljhl' P. -- has tome to turn overthework.. for a wo'mlunte', quiet, prayer timeIn -
:Harrr' A. ''Senders, :ol.-Harrisbur.-. Company.of Buffalo, and will shortly To rr Tampa,1'i...- >-.. '-til'To 79 to the new affiliate with he Wtats'n-Hel1 Manufacturing '
Pennsylvania, was a weeu-end visitor tan __ 1" Women's. Club was recently, reorga- comeback.. ; - Yowell. 'sup rinten of :
Company .Kisslnmiee
I I. at the home of his. -parent, Mr.' and To a' ". ..'., .4a nixedman'of ,th.Mothers, Club / 11.00 sun m.--Connrnmlon'services":' f ;r .
the of ,
probably capacity -sal ,s . Subscribe "
I \'A-.Souder, 809. Mabbett managerH* la-Tery.mnch, Impresspdwith .To', Saatf: .,. ....._ ..-' --_;... .7 members-Joined,' and the. touch of . for'.Vafe: Gazette: 9&O .'f.:,. -nu-Ohrtttlan Endeavor; I'} "
,streeC.*.,Mr. Sooders came to ,KUslmme -* .Florida.'. 'To ;.r,. :. .1:.' :,.;...:;;, 150 those who hare been active 1n'etabllshinguand.maintaining ' : SubjectThar"Meaning 1.,of .Churchv.: ,.' j .,;. J'
from',W.yeros.' Georgia,. where ; To Palm Be>eVria paytomu.,'286 \the lunch charge are Mis H. C.'Best and .Mr*. Membershlp.T- V-) : <' ,., '

/was :engaged for the' past'.two'' HAT8I' HATS:,., ATSJl'j- ::1'0' MIa ...,- .-,'!'"'...-. -, 856 room will no*be lost ,""- < Lane,Fault, with' K,... q.fW; Best,' "" 1IIIt: Po'" im-we,. .,.neidiy, :.: ;'' primer: ; ; :. ? __.111''". ..,.'.
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eelt.ln.etUtnOtnh ltatFOt-.b. A* *- mm ***** ourtJF-7ea r w-.e-janelr treasurer ofrthejclataitdt*>e.lBn t> K *
her. Dr. JV, Edgar Souders/. ;whorecently .:A foil line o; hats-for Thanksglrinir Bundles of ;-old paper'are .,'fOl'.aJe room ha ,been in' operation.. Lastyear room fund. .Mrs.:_Celeste J ,Fripp'ia Visitors' cordially YrfiR':, ' ; d ..t 'Vr '

'in Geneva, New, York, at ,The'Hat Shop.: Com in- and at the offlcAOf The Gazette; lOe. the average" .daily: ,number ofchildren .'president of .,the. Mothers-Teacher .meetinr 'inteTesttas. ... >.i>d 'lasplrs.' '.. s-1 t4 ,

ow1nC'.an a eretion', fO._;;appends-. ....thll! !.:whjil j tbeleeti la,.good..... .., .Better. gel them with then stock. served...*.14Z ''So'far'thiayer :Clob,,'and.' Mr*.; EV...,Owen.;"ne.'reat'L; tisnalservlc.,;;; .''''' '-... .-_' ,:.' -.""*.t; adr' -' Q4 r ', "i
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''Po1':. ,.'PLANTS., ...'., 1OTM9CTOB8', NJiBDr: :GLANCE,.. ,DONT;',LAY.. WHEN. THIS, EGGS BV ARE,. HIGH, CO VENTl' N S'. AND- Tw1d. 'Igoe' 'up tbfe'top th -Tamp Board .LOOSE CATTLE IN: CITY* LIMITS' COMMANDER URGB8LBBrpN' _. i
.. URGED,4of, Trade. He cited an' instance fan I HEW '
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Restriction, arc imposed. ty'. certain Florida' hen.; can. bee made to; 'lay That the old-fashioned Democratic ,: ''attempt" by western .Florida lawmaker 'The1'' Gazette'In receipt of a communication 'I ( ,
outhern states, more to 'tamper with riparian }National Commander" Alvin Owa
against the *hip- egg by practicing either one of convention -had..given way *o a relative cattle runningat ; ?
went 'therein 'of sweet potato plant three suggestions better breeding, of party .'"personal) politics)'t' was rights which would Injure title to largo in the vicinity., Mabbette Icy 1* another onwi.ot, th. men;,wb*

,l ,grown/in: other state..' These restrlcUons ''better culling'pr better feeding. Or emphasized by Perry G. Wall in1 a waterfront property in aeaporrtowns. street which adds "Something must know who .has, recognized: the .im
a.. far, as concerning'Florida: '"combine these three and have'' the +speech last night before thepublic And som of those fellow up there be, done' In this matter/' Something portance of the annual' rollcall': I for.

are to the effect that *uch plants best possibleresults according to N. speaking class
i must be grown:on inspected land inspected W. Sanborn. poultry specialist of the Hence Mr. Wall declared the. party seen anything bigger than" 'a mill There I.' an ordinance agcintt allowing strong endorsement. a.statement \

/ while growing and at shipment Florida College of Agriculture. Irf this state has no platform 'which pond On which they fished. he said. cattle to roam the streets. issued at Indianapolis Monday .fee. +,{

by officials ,of the state plant Upon'this subject Dr. Sanborn recommends candidates'.. for dfflce may vndorse. 1 Distinguiuhed Kanks In Office There i ie.a city poondmaster, and urge all member of the 'American/;/ "

:, board of Florida. An official of this and urge the'\following: Mr. Wall closed his speech with a Just about a* much difference between there are. city marshals. 'None of' Legion to do their best tomakeethis''years \ -i

,board in discussing. this matte recently -, '' "Adopt .dry feeding methods FeedI ringing appeal i ';Don't.' be Democrats a manager of a ,business and' these .officials can be all over the roll call, success. his state ;f

,, said I ,- j jFlorida I bath scratch and mash feeds. Make In name' only." ., a bookkeeper-was the comparative city ''at the tame time however and ment; a* carried by, Tuesday' Associated /;". "
,4 '" blank have for a'more uso.of, pasture for figure employed by Mr. Wall- to describe loose ,
; growers your poultry. "The, Democrats are running-! 'for cattle are not always particularI Press follow "
long time. been'' shipping into other Keel< waste products of the garden Mate, and" 'county offices 'he tllAid.I and high state and national office 'I I choose the same territory every "I am happy to endorse heaftilytheannual ,
southern states large quantities of and truck patch. Keep water handy "while the Republicans are running petty county. politic To 'distinguish night for .their perambulations. membership rollcall of tile
early sweet potato plants each tor the hens. Some form of' lime 'I I\'for1' them Mr; Wall nee the need : .i
spring. appointments to, fedjral'offices.\ } 1 I' Occasionally when cattle are impounded American Red Cro** begintiinjr Ar.'t.\
Tide business has such as oyster sheila as additionai, 'of two primaries;,, One for' the nomi" i '
grown rapldly'tnrecent' believe it' ,.would be a good thing nation : the 'owner. get miffed about'it mistice Day. Certainly.loyal Amernlean j
'as the' sweet' potato materral for! their' egtf' /hells,,should If of U. 3. .senator the congressman and
years :we had two fighting,parties In this even believe or 1 believe desire to support this com mea'i
crop is next to'cotton, corn ana hogs be kept convenient for,, the hens' Grit, and the governor, of the. i '
fctate. Government is a system of that officials entice their cat t h! dable undertaking. .. ,\;i
1 _the big money crop of the .outh.,/r'inc' the form of broken crockery or party rulri' and we ought- encourage state public servants .who ,shape into forbidden paths for the sake of. "The Red Cross i I. an American institution JI. "

'he sweet, potato it susceptible to crushed rock, should also be provided the' minority party." *' 'I governmental tlientmono' a Democratic collecting the admission fee. and has- made good in every \

@ a number of diseases and insect pest'', as Florida soil are lacking in Mr. Wall advocated' the reestabllshmcnt ', to come,., "Put In small matters as well as large emergency..It deserves the' loyal and.. ))1-
ticket to themselves he said.. "Then ; i
-'J In order to prevent < ithe.1 t spread of grinding material. '! officials "
\ of Democratic conventions.I I a city' cannot carry the generous support of alt true citizens.
these, pests the'authoritie: 'of differ- I j I A aatlsfactory dry mash is mixed Florida has i,let the Republicans have a primary whole 'I
1 not had one since 1900. :I'' responsibility themselves, nor The Red Cross Is known the .world 't I
'' ent state .have impo.ed certain requirements as follows: 80 pounds of cornmeal, at the same time. Then in a second .
; "Let us. have onehe',,urged.' and ,, should they be expected to administer over by it* good work. I sincerely ,
(__ ,regarding shipments of 40 pounds of wheat shorts' 10 poundsof i let;, all the candidate for ,office and primary nominate" .' your atate and. Utopian justice alone.. The pri. hope that every legionnaire will do, ;
sweet potato plants Into their utte cut alfalfa, 20 pounds''of 5 -per. county vate citizen' has ?
the people, themselves exchange I a responsibility In'' hie best to make successful the,melllbership'
The advocated
a For' instance, outh--Carolina, Mississippi cent meat scrap half pound of/ salt Ideas; and let these ideas be workedover I 'speaker. picking men the administration- all laws. Fnjjquently roll''\,this year."
t{ .It and i Arkansas issue to shipperspermits half pound of sulphur. Mix this welland and bound up .in a t Democratic I for office on their record of service a very": mall amount of co. \ .
? for shipment only after be- lees it in some sort of I and their abilities 'to hold office- ,
platform which Democratic operation on the part of private citizens -
If have 'rent
emit'thenalttYtqscretchfeedeo every you rooms to a
from their services in the board of
the i
.ng upplied.yitJumjljn.: definite;' Keep hopper' : always; : open.- candidate shall be: cfxpected/ tor endorse j' trade bodies. can bea biahelp to advertisement in ourclassified. columns .,;.
4 formation; ,based< upon lnspeeTnaby ,' -thatthe' ; ndpronii.laithfullyport. -w j Having "two fighting offici ls.- 'This Is the case In' the mat.trr""bf' will fill them. competent state officials a* to, .hen will be made to eat ten p'tpnrtieeMrrWelleaidwouldable I ; - -'looaev'cattieKiasimmee'*. ,
production of; (a) field in which' pounds of mash to every' 'seven "We have nothing of this sort now. voters to choose ,'the ;best man" citizens on seeing cattle' loose which -:--
? "'seedpotatoes grown .(b)' need pounds of scratch feed. for their county and state officers.I' .- PLUMBING ,
Men whom we send to the legislature j aree or might be, damaging gardensor KISSIMMEE
potatoes before bedding', and (c:) !''Allow constant access to the dry intend to .carryputJheirproro-; I'I Tampa Tribune. in other ways becoming nuisances ;'

plant.belli... There Is also a require- wash; feed the limited amount of ises but whett they get there, they I The- indicated yield of potatoes' for would- tele hone 03 and notify. S. SHOP :.
mont that at-B potatoea be'di.infect. scratch feed once .dally usually in change their tunes. They enter blind- f ithd' United States Is 438rW,000: bushels Led tetter, the recently appointed. ,

-, ed before bedding and that the plantsbe late afternoon. Supply clean and ly into the business of makingaws, I| against 346.823,000 bushels last pound-master or 17 for the' marshal : ''I

grown under supervision. cool] 'water in abundance. Do not fort without consulting able civic bodies !{. year and a, five year average of 373,- they would not.only be helping the Nothing Too Big 1;

y "The State Plant Board of Florida get; grJt." oyster Shells, or green In territories' affected. . 417,000 bufchel. The -condition is constituted 4uthorin s, "but would be II Nothing Too Small "" :'
feeds. r
will -place at .the disposal of plant "Why don't they" gVt facts -renl 1 1 1.2 t points above ten ' improving the conditions purrioundingf ( .
) : .t 1.tI
growers the service of its special-I|. WE DIDNT 1VRTTIi15 facts from boards of trade and them and therefore the city as I '

t, ;sets for making' these I' >: I --" chambers of c d giving this supervision. 'Plant grower ;> The newspaper the one organ; we' 'about local needs and. conditions effect that the celery and lettuce to larger ones. I

should communicate with Plant look to for daily and weekly news before they.attem t to' pas, any fields begin to make showing and 111\P01't-1 To Be Satisfactory ,
Commissioner Wilmon Newell items and helpful and entertaining, important .piece of legislation."' I the outlook is that these crops will Advertiaing of i no more

Gainesville for further informationand Information. It informs, entertains Mr. Wall has been going'to Tallahassee be earlier in the market than for several ance to a merchant than gasoline is

advice.! 1 land apvuses. Without it out lives for the pall thirty! y ara; ho i yearn: -. to an automobile. .. Broadway : Telephone 143

s ''would be listless, we would.)lot-know , ,. i

.....*.. --,-- the happiness within our very coun- .. -... .. .. .. ... .. .. f
,. Much. lost to ----------t* and gar- y-er-tewn.hip-wa-would I .ba-deprived, ..- 11\1.. ".- 111- .. -..- irij .
of essential and -- ,
donors every year because 'of powdery necessary Knowledge '- I
mildew a disease which-attacks] of things over around and about us.

., dur- Of all the Institutions of man ,
jeyerallmportant garden; crops |
ing late fall,t nd-'early-wlntet; Besides =T Lwhich-Be e._uai.t.b.trelsixiiitf more' ___. Learn Wln$10Enjoy I
J the i unselfish and Belf-nacrificincf: the -' -- -- .
lite' of
; shortening the plant ?I home-town- __ .
through I injury te the'folia'ge, the dis- j: newspaper. It carries announcements -
ea..'often decrease the market value i! of our socials, of our
Decoration For The Best Working
About Home Suggestion Out A Color Scheme
,of the product because of the j farm meetings, of oui- village whop- I
unat-j '
tractive caused. I Iif. keeddr'. .J"le} t.tha'n-collt"' sale.*. nn.l .
appearance '
_ .u.....ThUvttiseasa-canbe.. easily and ,1(' of our fatandleanmuttamljeff .
cheaply controlled by dusting the. baseball games and charge"! iiary a :
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plants,with dry flowers of sulphur, I penny for the privilege ni' loiiig. it. /

,according to'G. F.. Weber plant disease Butthere's; many a man who swears' I
.peciallst'of the Florida Experiment I "It doesn't pay to advi'rtlae.No ." 'j
.Station. institution ever does more for. "

iOt'course the spots// which: are already the good of all the people than does '

on the plant will not disappear the newspaper. Its readers are" all i

...after sulphur i* applied but new, the people regardless of station in ,

'p fleave and pods which develop will be life, irrespective of education and / "
-entirely free of spot since the sul knowledge: and without distinction as : "l

.a. phur kill the fungus." Dr. Weber j to school condition It mirrors life ,

'add*... "It I* advisable to use the sulphur and our community as it is, without .
A ((2 part) with some filler ((1 catering to the influential or forgetting ..." I

partitsuch) a* air slacked lime. In orj j, the unfortunate, caring no more i
der'' to make ,the sulphur go further. ('for the approval of the rich than for Get
The sulphur should be applied every that of the 'poor. 'thinkinlf less of the in the Color Suggestion Contest.i

,: ten. days 'or two, weeks, to be: .most applause of the unscrupulous than of
the editor's conscience. .
.effective- own .
"The''disease Is!prevalent in many ,I I No.,business deserve more support .,

sections :of Florida 'It'' la commonly and get las*. Nobody hesitates to ' CONTENTS OF THE HOUSE 'b"
,w! -called rust by the grower and' the ]pay one or two dollars for a few gal

term deeeribes:pretty well the//actual lon -of gasoline to burn upon theI IHtllfll Color. UIN1NU 11011'' Color ,

appearance of thr mildew on pods I roads, but, everybody hates/ to lay . window Trim ________ Walls ___ __ _____ ..
Vrhlchare: usually badly speckled.;i that,much on the counter-of the tome Wall"Celllnr________-________ C'.lIln/r -_______uu________ .
____________ .. I '
Everybody want to read Floor
It 'recognizedon newspaper u --------- ---
can be\
the' upper -TQLBEJIELDJHIRING TilE DEVOE INTERIOR Wicker Chair I Chair .____ :::: >
the and find it -------4 ----
surfaces of. leave by superficial< i so nice to .AItuel Woodwork ........ )J' ; .r'
r rDSty-looldn speck covered "with'. a'I(' reap the jienefiG of free advertising. '. .bECORATING DEMONSTRATION- -WJcd1: ; ____4 1____ China -Cupboard-;.._____ -- .-;J'
.. But nobody td the Table .. r',
VwMMshIrxtVin* substance. This tub- seems milling pay ------- --- ---T------ If. s
!j ""I Floor _____________. ___ Picture
.tanee'I. largely composed of''sporesof.A4a"tuhgus.r'The'rusty puny price' the' editor sets for. his Trrllli +4___, ._________ REDIIOOMN..5'1"0'1"---- '
: specks on Everybody; seems to.think -, ... Iron LampStandard_. "
n :the .nodau 'that reading matter ought to sell for Candle Stick ---........--... ,
more distinct the HALL '
? a/o but ., jpolorPoat 'Floor .\ __.._.._
c', , far,,}je .*ldom.x pro: lnent;,," nothing and that the editor works ,'I,. , and loRall.... I"'I' Woodwork-- ?- ,......_...._.
: i..'I ,b . tip \ .. : for' hi* ,health_AgrlA News. Se' vicet; \\1 ;1"100".r.. .. ; ;, .-...... ..... .....
I : ,
: ,, ; L' ,
t Yl'
'Woodwork ...ea U TableM *......
N.f&-\.W-o-WT. GQti { 1- ,__jI-D' lAmp Wu.' ''"'"' ."
r, r, I iF'TQUIUSE'BORDEAUX i ,t'FiHlIlSEuIlP F E ( ;: 1AWfr } }, ee IMetura Frame jWalla M ,
v. " T'"" r ,I [ ? jlfA agawpyT"'" y *w. ,p?.vT-( ,' **-vv "."Vli ". >"1"*"** s< !! : !!! *'JCelllnir .-..:. !:!.

,,1',- .'Oft of the most serious diseases! of 'EE if'yalz can:'choose'better, color scheme. .Cellini .--.--.-__..? Dreaalnff' -T.ble-----.-...-..a.-_:?;. t ,

th.,tomato.*-] ,! i* Lots of Kialmmee People Do., S UVINd. ROOM Color "too| .>......,......"_
_, ;
; / brown;; rust or nail Doe your back:ache constantly any c..llln.-::::::::::=::: -
*, Tiead rust-,controlled .by' the Floor ... BATHColor
Do have -------- ------
l3: K'of'Bordeaux> ,' according' d. F, you sharp twinge when contest that thousands of peoplehave .Woodwork ._d..._...__ Woodwork. ?_.____._..
\ stooping or'lifting? Bookcaeei__...i--: Floor ._ ..__.., .
pecla st'
in ? -
; truck die --
I is, erop Feel all u8 d' up-a* I if ydu. could Table --- ----.-- Linoleum ............. I
't1aea4t; the'FloridA ExperimentSta-<< i Just j ga noSnrtherl. enjoyed. It's easy. ; Phonoanph--_._:-?._? Walla _____.____ .____
Stool _.________________ Celllna; .i;:_
!l'hs'pl..nto upon1 which this 'disease WhY not look to tour ldJneve'Why Picture Frame. ,?----- Plaater Tile-*_________.'
not use Doan Kidney! iJIII! ? I Chair Legs '
.' : Plumbing: Pipes and
reccurd 1 should bo ipr.ay4 with'5-6-60 Kissimmee! : people have done so. Just use this advertisement. Choose from the .1t Clock IonnMantiej-! stood tore. .. ...
t iI bordeaux 'at 10-day .Intervals., ''It' ie i ) n. R, .L. Sievcr: 015 Hughe v St., Floor _+ :: :::: __ e
AA ''well, to'i begin .epraylnC"the..younll Table Lamp ------._r.Andirons Baaket .,
_ plant even]before they. are.removedh'5" i e, immee, says; "I wu all rundown of. f colors those you would suggest for the walls, -------._-_-_ HBO ROOM-N*. ColorWalla pe
and Buffered from '
'kidney com
KITrifBJV Color
-' from lutiod?the of seedbod,with 'weaker >o-' pi:lint., My back was in bad condition woodwork, furniture, etc.After Wall .__________'L_.__ CelUnsr ________________ '
bordeaux; say; 8. -60., and to do tae washing 'sent sharp CellingLinoleum_______________ Woodwork _"_
In 'diseuMing this disease Dr. l ?____,_,.___- Flooi _
:W ber' says that 1t:"forma:round ,to which piercing racked pains ,across' my kidneys ; Floor _,._________:____ Bedstead -_.'-
oblong spot olr the leaves,'stems and my whOle system filling out the blank hand it in at store.Woodwork --- -?----,-- Picture Frames. ___i.
Mornings I felt ,more tired than before Our Pipe : __ .____ Mirror 'Frame
fruit,of the tomato,( The spots on' the ; Kitchen Cabinet_______ Prener -
I.wentto bed and
'Iesaw.appear n the form of I was surely The .best color 1 suggestion as compared with the Htool __ .._. ; Table-_?._-
) more or ------- ; ,
t? :lea Irregular, concentric, dark ring, i bad'ahape.- 'Mjrr; kidneysdid .not Table ?::-..,,..--.,,:... Chslra -!_. -
act right.I read about Doan'sRoberson'
f t somewhat rescmblinar'' a rifle target.fTAe : Drug 'Store. Doan'a curedme Dev. e' Standard Decoration for this house, will beselected' .
*t>ot* vary in color from lightly .. 1
reddish to'dark .brown and different of the woman.backache" and, ,I felt. like a' by the Devoe Expert Demonstrator, and CpLORS W| CH MAY BE USED

.,' .
larger. *pot*'are covered with a gray .
Ay- ,lab blade molt; The germ tb.t i Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't -the: submitting it will be awarded a $10.00 DnoH. VRbOl'RPI DEVON MIRHOUACj

'due the! disease grow on these spots pro- : .simply Y Bilk for a kidney remedy-set person. !*IB Htor Far ............ FI_.., ....1'.._ ; .
'Doan a 'Kidney'. Pills-the same that low, .. .,. .
WeeOT % Bte.Llaht
'and easily detatehed i cash.. and andsome Commendation '
are'. : Mrs. Slever had.'Foster.Mllburn' Co. I prize, a'/ Certificate of. -
to other .. ...ON Oak Btaln-ln-Varnlah '
plant by :wind, rain and wan ,,
Mfrs. Buffalo z
N. Y. "
'person..* '. Mr. Blake the famous interiordecorator. Palest \VallB. .Golden Oak ataln-In-VarnAh
I signed by r>ark Oak 8t.ln-In.Varnlsh
7Th.'diseat'Is i drst-found, usually, GROW FIND' GRIUMNG PAYS <:.111.... Eta Walnut.Staln-ln-Yarnlali .
4 'on''the\ "lower lane of-the'.tomato: ., Mahogany Btaln-ln-Varnlah

plant' It rraduaUV works. uo theplant'infecting SAYS- SHIPPERS'" / ASSOCIATION. . 'Warm Cream DarkMaho'Varnish any Staln-ln- t
'" ant kIlU.- the Htraw :Malachite Qreen
The; advantage of-standardization: Stain.In-

''> seriously'at it reaches- '''attacked them., and The fruit'developsa i* also is no longer. a theol'J" but an accomplished The -,!inner will' be announced' on the l last' day of Ivory Flesh' Aluminum Varnish Enamel .

fact. .-Our-aeWntr-:=:price -was Chen Stone Oold Enamel
rather- sunken, black,: conipicuons from 16 1----- BuX Oreen Her._ tCnamcl
to 60 cent bu.hell1lgher .
per the'' Demonstration. Will be the to, ?
one wIn .
potting which makes: them! tmsala than the other house in.thts district, you . Tan Tllack Screen Enamel ", ,'
i A; 'Ue. Within! I the:.' fruit::; the disease' and' the ', created advantage of a I OrmV Tint nreenlllue '. Clear Linoleum Varnttfh Varnlab

I", Realise a'brofrn or-black coroled rot. tandcrd grade and pack will of Green Tint :Rubbed EIr... V.rnl.h _
-. "Blight i* more serious on lowland .course, bit secured in ...,seasons. ,The Demonstration. will be. ..held- on'the followingDECEMBER Bright Light Olive H II". X par VarnlehL.laht '
whereTthei -plant1---make- 'aj-dtnte '* -_ .. .. Ivory Enamel
provided maintain standard 1 -- _
$ our -' --'---- '- --- 2..BrsnohDraY
P growth1:' and '''where; heavy ,dews 'ocTO three only' ;> -- -' Pure =. -Old Bn-llah Ivory Enamel
This is but one of the many letter days ." dray .Pink enamel *
4 Cnt. r Putty
'. \ being received Orajr Bnamell.l
,, by the bureau of 3
r agricultural
;,! ," ... ,." Neutral Gray .ht Blue Enamel "
.. economist, United States'department Dark dray I
: ,
.. 'txvbpERATEIN ,I' Blu.-Enamel
> :
s '
.. of &' ''" : Pale Blue k.. Oreen Enamel
; *v RURRlCANEfWPRK ducer v; and; shippers'.; .brganlzatlone I I.'"' > ,. Turquoise! Blue'Willow Ureen Enamel' .. '
: nelfi
W. '' Deep .
1 Cholera, cooperation between\\c the which have" adopted federal grade '.. Pink Ruaart Drown Enamel ', ,
"' I for fruits ana- ve8'8tablelt.The: letter ; : .' Golden Brown RedBnamel
,i weather-observation. )tatlon in''''theJtahama ''Ie 1 : from "'a cooperativepeach"' ship .. U 1 AND r- 3" ..Bright: Oreen Flat Black

." and the weather Jt>urea .;'ofthe'UnitedState'department per.'.organization la Ohio. .."' ' ''' Whit Scarlet Lake Whit Black Enamel
I" of agrlcultnr .' ,. Enamel f
"We e
packed out our'entire '
& 'crop on t '\' < Black ,stove J,'lpe Enamel
? i* beID&'e.tabUahell in 'eonwork the United 'States grade.", wrote'the ..' .. > "

1' pnsmiuctii- v& Um. mvaiiltatlon."Air Consumer's. Name___ __. "_. J'
: ;. Particularly during th '.
'' 'early our members are well. pleased and -- --
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T ii hI'' part' of the hurricane' season reports boat 'of all, determined to begin in .. A ,( ., w lr, -. _. ,Town ,c--------. f... ..._.8-t. _....._- . .
; i /rrem u>* West .Indeai are viiBiitial .their" own urrAarJ* at, one* tu Uy to '.' : -- ---- -

,-'in'rtri tr'acsvaa: e. Information'' of the produe. fruit :of'higher and "better' I ',....., '
1'origin and progrei* '.,of the torms- quality: W.': see point at which .
eta ...fh Bahama li_ lathe path of many 'the atandarda'' recommended no by 4 ; : '

,, 4t the herricaDea'Grici atinc. ::.the i!department'for'peaches are not'thoivii your ::1 ; ) ,11."A'i 'KIN"S' 'O"N
Mexico, .h. CaribbeanAk"mi '
gMj "
and '
: ; r ., l : : \ oughly 'practical, .,and'.another'' : year \ ., '
.YL..JrilL..d lean eliminate
: <' the old -1. '
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.-' rologi tfrom.the:: ; 'weatherknreao. entirely.. ,'. 'Ie' ,
markings' : I
haw been sent to Nassan and 1 .::4 & ., p ; .' ;' .'. ," ,', , t' I

.' ", ' 119 Inaagva. In the; ;Bahama, toe r* ''Bmtdle.'of"old: "paper art:'for.isle KISSIIIMEERFI; ORIDAYr: ,.: .: : : '; \ "" ">> ,

".: ,' th t aewssrq' eo-operatiOlt,':1JI1 I at,,th*- office,:of-The' Gazette; ,lOc. ..:4'., ,,1 ,,, k, ;M.tvJ.;N t"--i,. 1..{;:_..:."____ --.N1.o,1;.> -: :, ./ ' r. .... ....... . jTEL-EPHONElNo., ,. .. '. ., ." .Vr. '
ataB equipment..,' and, aJ1'U..t, oll ob- Better get them' ; while there .la stock: . "v'a :. H 'a' :. *. '.a'! "- r-1'-1.4. . "a'.k, .. ; ...... ...... . .....;.. ...., \ ,ty.T

"1." ",. .. ewiitlona;:: - .:.;" ',"""' '; ':* 3F' C Call at .once: they'll: ,never b_*,cheaper .1.11I.t. . ,...,,.,r.1'I'\ '-". "'.';.'\,'c" t..1\......... .._. .all.".,.." ... ....., .II. '__ .. ' ,'..'l"...1'J. .'\,.' f>\; ,",, .r" __ .,.... ....-, _,, -1\ II. ""r -'",-' t.. :.. '

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+ I .AI6D NtrYICW- 6V*, .G. or-voters to.the' .;, .-. -but' shall' toth* i City.Commission .'. regular W' 'CIHCTJtT. 'COURT17th 'Judicial"'

t Pa ", LEt'Z1o6. ' thirty (*O)' dyp of the occur m..Unl' of the .4 COlm.lo.held 'I.In, and fer, Oeeeola' Co.nt>, , J
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I f rne..ll' the vaeanojr- hold a' speelar'' prtr', to the ct In J. iOAt.LWHOM IT MATT CONCERN: .1.oloD &fill the: vacancyOr'yeca4. mlllage any current year,:, a oom- Cemjamaat.Car ,' p,, Berrtngfon. '
Notice Is hereby given that a Special,'c. S. ?-' - s. ] plte budget'Of-the estimated receipts et *1. 'IY' Hill to
Election-will be held In' Towp ..etKlsslmmee' h. Commission shall have pow and sx etidlUire* for the ensuing Osnal .utet.title. Order .del Th v
,.In Circuit Court. 17tb Judicial Circuit.I I Company areunknown..,. nd'aie upon _1' Cit. Oc.oia,Count" Flolid. er to make all reasonable regulations 'year, with the sources of. the receipts State of *o, r hb1Uont:Her-' _ _
tn ,"4 for 'Osoeola Cannty Florn&.. the return of the 8h 01. .... on, day of December., for the dispatch Its own business.AQuorum .and the purposes of expenditures. .10. and. 1C...'all parE' -
"Xtt, ertu ,110" W. Bby, Con" County. K> rlds of his In..blt < .Ms.'for the purpose of detertanlngthe of the 'Commission shall' The, Cmmllo Is autborl.e to. re- rlnl I IYlnl.. *, f
pY ,JL. Overstreet et Subpoena this of the tn I. .. Ieb
livast versus ssrve.a adoption or-rejection consist of two 'members thereof except bud.t ."deiia.Md.
() *uT.Respondents: 1MU;) to qutet title. cause on the Florida L*nd and Mort.gage posed Charter for the said I .rof where, by. virtue of two of approve T budget,shall .betns. i' berelnattr'd.s5Tibedi"0. ,
Order or PublicationNotice ,* S Company L4mltoa foreign Cor'.rUQD' Klsslmmee .City. In the 'form the. Commission Int.r.t. which basis mr-the mIU. I.vle by;the nafry, Artman. If nd,,lTd '
-S 'to Non-re ldents;. Th State owing to-the failure ..ot- Said election will b* . CMS the Commissioner may Commission for .ur..t ,r;; .infixing all parties I.Ih. ; .,
of .Florida, toiAll 1 corporation to have with .nn..e. with the provisions of ,act alone.Pr..lnlnl the mlllage for .m.n. Harry Artman, _. t..te. v.
S parties claiming Interests under the State*of Florida an officer or Chapter 1540 of the Acts of 1515.-$taIe .5- I the mlllage to be. used for, .p.1 property.hereinafter'.o...
fIl'P* Henry Overstreet de oe&a.d. -or otherwise agent upon whom process, can b of Florida, and the general laws governing In addition to regular the and .pecl&' purpose shall be-specified .n, In.tb. le -' the property 4lb
S In the property hereinafter ''d*- served! And It appearing to the Municipal el.ctiunsnot In con 'meetings to be en.d by collected for that be In, the Dill ''of Complaint and ,r rlb'
scribed' All partlea claiming Interests that this I* a Bill In Equity Inb.* flict therewith. The polling place will\ . ... may at. any deemed! parp, to in'' this order, .tre'
under, A."W, Leonard deceased or 'above. styled Court to quiet the title the regular"polling place for City time a special- m..U of >the. City.. appoprl.te' .. '. pllrp. Tb. 'wit., ef the1 'I
I ".."wtnrwlsln. property b.r.In.ft.rd..crtbed of "b."mpllnant Milton W. Eby b Jleton. The Clerk 'land Inspectors Commission. purpose or transferred to any other., ..Jforthw. ..., of Section, Thirty .'
I : All parties claiming Inter- 'Hardware 'will b* as follows: Notloe of"-any apedia'meetids' called t.nde The- funds of the' City .bai b* Township "Mouth
W\ .sta under Mary Overstreet .deceased. Company a corporation and Florida M. a.- Vans As-new,, by the Manager or theCommission. paid by City warrants, a ,Range 'Twenty wont.fy.. _ _
I* or otherwise In. the property herelnI Land and Mortgage Companyr Limit JohnMcPhatter.' In ...rltn., specifying, the purpose Comml..lon. and cun.r..I..ned by County. Florida. ..t., Oi.
.after described: All partle claimingint.reNt ed. a foreign '}!. N. 'Bratton. 'I I . be served upon till mem .. . b* Tou and each of you.., aro "hereby''
I under Martha A.- Tyner, de* with oth.r. O. ,V, Orlffla, Inspectors.In bers of the., city Commission before drawnsave'as against money already required to appear to the Bill of Complaint -\
I ceased or otherwise In the property Ing the title of the Complainant to the addition to.voUn.-" the adop such special meeting. Such notice may In th* funds npoo- which they aredrawn filed In this cause on the rule
I hereinafter 'described I All parties following described property to.wlti tion.o'r rejection o( the Charter the be served )' Manager or a ; and ajhsll only b* drawn upon day ,January, aam. being the let
I claiming Interests under Stewart Ty- The Southwest quarterof the qualified Electors of,the City wiitvotm member of 'rhholf' force and shall the authority of the Clt'Commission.Unless day 11 January, A.. 'Witness
.nor deceasedor' otherwise In 'theI Southeast quarterof Section,. 14; upon the candidates for the'three of. b .. personally authorized t' at an election the Honorable C, 0.'u I.* aa Judgej'1
pI'OP..r" hereinafter described; 'AllI The Northeast quarter of' the floes of Commissioner be filled at left,. at his .cle for purpose-th City of the aboveCourt>and my name
parties claiming tntsreata under'Vlen. Nortbw..t quart.rl: The ''North; said election. '. In ibe eventXhat. .the'I plaoe of business'or ....ld.Dc Notice shall not-bye the power Clerk'-theieof.- ,the official eeal.
I na,J. Tales. deceased .otherwise. In the North..t Charter la elected, the three candidate dispensed by to borrow money to oy.r deficits In thereof this day of October,, A,
I ,tbe property hereinafter described! .quarter: The Southeast ,receiving the highest number of rYt'e membersT or the Commission I any fund for. any' anticipating ", ;
I 4 All parties claiming. Interests under of the Northeast qu.rUr: Th*' ,votes -willbe elected to the City Com. : bu.ln."han tla.pcile Its revenues or by Issuing promissory I P UI. U OVKR8TREET.; .: 0'
I Jackson' Tatea. deceased or otherwls Nortbw..t quarter South. mission, In accordance with the, pro,. the call shall be notes and In no case shall have the (Circuit Court -. a.rk _ _
I In the property hereinafter. described: less ItO yards squareIn ylsionu 'of the proposed Charter said special meeting. power io borrow more than 10% of Bl .'Bullock. VLXlKRIBBB :
I AIL'parties claiming Interests, under 'the Northeast Corner: and tim This the Jth dsy of November'A. D. ll. Elections of' members of the Its last approve budget to 01.1 such I 1y 8TEKD. .
I Hlvlna-. MoLaughlln, deceased. er Northeast quarter of the Southeast.quarter City Commission shall be held aa provided "."ot. yar ofth.. shall I Solicitor Complainant, 'T-t-

I '' otherwise In the property hereinafter; less XtOyards square In 11. T. 'K MURPHT.J. by the City Commission, and In the first day of November At 5.________ __._ -_tO____ _- _"_-____ _,
I described All parties claiming Inter the Northwest Corner.All In Sec .'. B. LUPFER. accordance with the statutes govern the end of each fiscal year the City "
|ase*;/ eats under Henry McLaughlln deceas- tlon Township "t'. South JAMES 1{. JOHNSTON.Attestl Ing municipal elections now or here Commission '.h.1 _..... Its accountsto In Circuit COln 17th" .iM" Circuit '
l mtjL.' ed, or otherwise. In the property here 'Range IS Z.t Osoeola. County Election '.tt.r'ln force save as modified hereby, b*. audited a reliable public ao- ; In and O.ola Flor '-
I -inarter; described""All!; 'partiesclaim"I .tr1d. :- -- -' ,Conimis.ionrs.S Th.memberehipoftheCttyCnn.mts- -oouatan.and-tb.-.ed-.halt--bo4n--d.- Ida .Cc.-al M .. I
Ing Interests under Malcolm N.> Over- It' Is ordered that the said --Z.1IL1mRT. of Charter slon shall be filled at the election rati.tying tail. iSeml-annually .on the regularmeeting Complln.nt U"l". ?
I street deceased or,' otherwise In, the Klsslrame Hardware Company. a cor Cty'. : Board. this Charter Amendment. < The of the Commission' | b* held R..pndent.: Dill to Quiet Title!
I property hereinafter described: AHI pratlon. and the said Florida Land [(Seat o \" City) .1 term'of office of, candidate receiving Jn the> months of January '\nd July PublC.\onr The 'State of
parties claiming Interests under Mary Mort.a.. Company Limited* a 5- 1 .. I IpioPlln the highest number of votes shall end the City Manager- shall report In.d*. Florida tot '. If living, and,, '
'U.: $rOn.On, deceased or otherwise In be required to appear 5 TO-, THE\' on the first'.Tuesday In April of A. I). tall to the City Commission the financial If dead; all, parties elalmln.Intu.t
I'U t tae, property "hereinafter described: to the Bill Complaint filed In .JI nMEJT8 THM CITY I 1526. that of the candidate receiving condition of the City ,Th r.vle under *. K. Davis .
", All parties claiming Interests under this e.U.I on the Rule pay I In De (1(4KTFR'IWEI8 :01 i I I the next highest number of votes shall and approved budget for each y.a. wise tn the property rlnsfter .-described -
Alice Tyner-deceased or otherwise .. being the 4th day of '.f.t 01 KlUIHalEI' S I I end on thefirst Tuesday A- and the semi-annual' reports aforesaid, I Clara W.- Moore. If living, S
I the property herlnafter described: All D.cmber.! A D. 1121, and defpndthis 'I U. 1525, and that of the .ofprIl receiving and the audit 'for each year shall b* and. It, dead all parties claiming Interests
I parties claiming Interests under Frank Don. and ordered. at I,' ''Thercorpor.t. name 7'what Is the third number of published either by publication In. a Under Clara It, Moore deceaa
IA Tyner, 'deceased; or otherwise : In chambers .In iOrlando, FlorldJ' this now known.tho of Klsslmmee votes shall end on blll..t Tuesday newspaper published' In said City or ..... or otherwise... In th*' propertS' hereinafter .
f tbs property herelnaftr described: All 10th day of October A. .. t.r be City of Klulm : of April, A. D.' 1924. Thereafter the by mailing'copies'itherof. to all the da.crl\di; which prop' -
I parties claiming Interests under MaryJ. C. 6. 'ANDREWS. moo.-, he.o. S!I term of office City.'Commissionr( qualified voter of the City; The audit erty the Bill Complaint
Overs....., deceased or otherwise As Judgof the ahvoCourtKRtBBS S 1. 'Th. City of' Klnslmmee shall have shall be- threeysrs.. Hlectlons aball bo published on or before the and referrrd to- h this order to-wlti
I .n' the -prop.rtr.b.r.lnafte" described: .STBHD. and -x..rel. all of the powers now shall be \ on .last'Saturday l In loth day' of .November of the ea Houth-half of Northwe' quarter '
I .. under B. Solicitors for '4T-tt '..te In theTownofEisaimmee City March of each year the term 'at when made.' ) of Northwest, .outh"
10. tghtsy. deceased otherwise In Co"p.ln.nt general'or' Special Acts and also any such election to begin on IU..d >'S II.The duties' and the 'compensa. west Quarter of Section JrV i
I the property hereinafter described: Ml THIS CIHClirr ff OITHT. IN"ANDrOH such other and further owera as shall .Tuesday of April following such .1..0 tion of the,, City, .Attorney -.h.n. loi TownshipTwentynve South -
I All parties claiming Interests, under, > OBCHOUA'COIINTY. Kl.Oltllll. hereafter be conferred upon munlcl I tion. The compensation of the ,plflce such a. .shall be. fixed by the city Rang Twenty-nine Jut,O.oIA
I K. F. Brown deoeased, or otherwise IN CHANCKHYl Wllllasa 4J.. B-ker, palltles of the tt..f Florida moore' of City Commissioner. shall 1>.' such Commission.' County. Florida. .
I In the property hereinafter described' VesssilalsuiBt, ,ve. As,.. J..' ; porated under law or us ,smount as the Comml..lon'< shall'' fix. S 10..No \I"ol'n'.d\ ''by 'Itbe' Tou. 'and each of )' ,- arc hereby I
I All parties claiming Interests under Jr. Measwadeata. Hill t* HeletTitle. .. .h.Uh..aft.; be conferred ,upon aald.not to exceed each meeting ('3tyC.ommission or employed-by the required to appear to thU3lll of Com-
I Kdward F.-lirown. deceased or Otherwise .' Ordeuef. rublleatlea.The . K.laslmme* by special act: rand not to .. 1.00.;O.OO. for any'onemonth. city Manager shall be. appointed fora plaint filed In thl* cause oq- the rul' :
I In the property hereinafter described Sty -Tb.ov.rnmen' of -the City of Kxcept where resigned, removed term of offlc.' 0" employed fpr.a day 1f Januarisame being theist It
I : All parties. claiming InterS shall be vested In..a City or recalled ,' a Commissionershall | p.rldd or ,time exceeding one year day January; 'A D. IttS. Witness
._*.-under,.Martha ,J.. Brown decased. NOTI9J. !D!NB Commission composed 'Of three mem' continue to hold office Untilhis from the J date-of'.appointment-or: ,.miployment the Honorable C. Andrews aa Judge
I >o> otherwise In' the -preperty" herein. S bers. who shall be persons"qualined tovote '-I successor-Is-elected-or'-qualthe4.---------- .. -'- '-*--. 5--' of_th.,.abov* Court' and_my, name_as. 2 4'
I after describedAll panics claiming 'State of Florida to. ..Iernigall at general municipal electionsand 'I-1 11. The City elect h 31,' Neither the City Manager nor Clerk thereof; and the official seal '
I David Jordan deceased Aa.o hereinafter I CommlOlo.hal any'm.mb... Of the City thereof this Slrdidav 1 o( October A. I
Interests under Jr.. If living and If . who shall have 'the powers one of. Its Commission .. -
I or otherwise In the property here Interests undef Aaron parties enumerated'and whoshall ..x. sioner to hold such office)while suemember ), %hall be directiy'or Indirectly In'.nr .
I .mutter described- All parties claimS elalml.1, or otherwise.In errlse such powers as. hereinafter. pe..erlblc during the plasure of the manner whatsoever financiallyInter. S J 1 OVETREET.Corl ,
ingletorsteunder- Nfls--.J.--Joinson. .r. deea..d l -,.* Commission.itucbMayorOommissioner ested In tctrc ,
I "Johanson.deceas- the h.r.lna' . . I the City -h.-.trat-a, 'B" H, 1(1 '. C..KIURRS '
sointlme* styled U. po..r..oe the City Commission shall preside at meetings of'the Com I uUok.
I A ed. or otherwise In. the property herein .. Mo.parties claiming, I shall folowing: ml..lon when preeenf and shall rep fir.or cor\oraton*o Interested.' a' SEED
mi' matter described: All parties <<: aiminglnt.restaulWer derMoses K. Barber lot..t, or,otherwise All the powers hereafter City,"pon public occasions l' Clerk s.n dCo'erh.ofd' Solicitors. foe Complalssnt4I. :, . t
* ) Frederick R: 8. Brown the-propeity., hereinafter da- :vested by the general municipallaws and shall exercise the judicial functions TOnC KlsshnmV I
I If S living and. If dead all partiesclaiming scribed: To Thomas O. If llvlnid In the Mayor and City. Coun. now vested In the Mayor of cltles .10. ..d ..ahall devclv Or Sisal DlschafgIn *

I- 8. Brownr-deceased--or--otherwise-Interests under Frederick R.I and If ail .n.w, 'In, ell .Forid. .mu"lclpaIUe. Inoor.'por. .. Incorporated under the generaliaweotFi.r44ri1a4ngtomuidck lP":"AlltheordInancesov1n.f.r* Manager. ' .' '. _ _ _ _ _
terests Thomas O. held. deceased -th.: n.r.lw. i the Court of Oouaty I
I the property hereinafter. described: or In the property hereinafter and also .1 powers l Itlea. He shall sign contracts Involving I within the Town of Klsslmtif' CityerappUoable County of Osoeola 'of
I All parties claiming Interests underMary oth..rwle. To Hm..y.It special In Mayor and City over 1300.00 and executed In the to .th* City of Klsslmme In r. the Estate of'Stat.. Florida.
I B. Morgan If living, and. If d..crl.d, de.'", 1om.r .. claimIng Council. of the Town of Klsslmme 1 name df the CIt. He shall have no aa amended by this Chsrt.rshallremain .. ''i "
I I Mary B. Morgan decaaed or Hum.e. power. expressor vote on all coming before theCommission > Ivn '
deceased or otherwIse In the mattr. .u.p.nd.d.modlne ern, that the, 10th .a,
hereinafterdescribed ..
I otherwise In the property shall be necessary to the I where notdisqualifled ,,
hereinafter described: To Charles 8. carrylol dl.po.ltlo. Comml.lon.. ofJanuaryA, D 111- shall applyto '
I All claiming interests 14. laws and ...
;- parties Cary. If living and If dead all out of the purpose of this I II. on account InterestHe All and the Hon. T. of said
I under Mary J. Nelson If living t-lalmlng ilnterests under Chance p".U.M.. The City Commission shall act shall receive In addition to' h's per all ordinance and parts of ordinancesrelating aa L.Com.r.Jud.,. for .ny
I and. If dead all partle* claiming' InI Cary. or ... In the admlnlstratlvly by and through. .City diem as a Commissioner for attending to'the Town of KlsslmmeeCity Court o .lld..o Executrix of the
terests. under Mary J. Nelson deceased.I d..o..e which Is Manager S meetings I .T the Commission a salaryof and In conflict herewith are hereby . :".of- N. B- Carson deceased a-
S. or otherwlRt In the property herelnI the property described In the Bill ..f .. The City Manager tSO.OO per month for. his services as abrogated repealed and-annulled. at the same time I will .present
S After described: All parties claiming Complaint and In thisor a. Shall be appointed by the,City Municipal Judge. In the temporary and all, offices now. existing In or underthe my final accounts as of aald'estateand
I- Interest under Charles TownshendMurdock. der r.ter" Commission to e.rveduring tim absence. or disability of the Mayor City Government of I the Townof ask for Ex.c..trl...apprevat.Dated
I If llvlngy, and. It dead all' at the Southeast Corner pleasure of the City Commission.b. Commissioner a Vloe-Mayor-Commls Klsslmraee city and not, providedfor November i 4th A. D. 1.1I.
I parties claiming Interests under. : Lot Four (.) of Block : Shall receive suchcompensa; sloner may be designated by the Commission herein are hereby i abolished and. W CARSON. i*.
[et Charlea- Townshend Murdock.' decossI . of .W.))(. Patrick's Addition to tlon as shall be fixed by the CityCommission. to perform the duties of theM.yorComml..loner the powers and duties thereof are WILE..UNA :'Executrix.J. :.'_.
I or otherwise. In the :.Wrr..I here.I Town Klsslmmee City Osceola ahd I receive Ms hereby devolved upon the appropriate, .8-8 ,
described. All ; be officer or officers herein -- -- -
Inafter : to theOfficial c. Shall nqt necessarily at the com pen.aton designated.Th
I Interests under the wife of Charles Cou.ty. )101'14..according, and time of his r..ldent IS m.mb.r of the City Com' following shall be'' the, form of, '
I TTo-wnshcnd Murllock.; ,If any If living.cud ,the Public Records r..crd.dmoa of the City applntm.nt.1, Stt. Pr.f.r..e 'mission' . subject to rcl at a ballot to b* ,ivpted by the qualified I . and. T E., '.SAMPLE,
I If dead all parties claiming In.1..r".t. Run thence In- the matter special election held for .. electors of the City of Klsslmmee. I.
I under the wife of Charles *North ng* Countr' Fiori" West147.eS s said office shall be given to a mancompetet Such ..pel.1 election! shall be railedIf 0..01. County,' Florida on.the adop- '

I Townshend Murdock If any.decased.. feet, thence South 6IT.S8( by ..,. .ortrain- I . by petition signed by fol rejection abov Vharter3FORICOF.UALWr having 'completed the Mrsms S
I otherwise.'In the property herlnI t."t .. .xperI.S .5 to vote such'elec. last ; "
or thence East 14T.SI &feet. to InK, i I persons qualified at course winter .a' Frisco/
after. described. All parties claiminginterests Shall give bond by tion and numbering at least one-third "- -
I under Leonldas Morreau Law- .of beginningBring: --of the ... City Commission to..pprove of the total number of votes cast at \. CaWom no
of" 4 said the'falb- t'
I eon It living and. If d..a.' allpartieI4tatmiIig 80utl,17.8 t".t Lt ful of the last general city election. Suchp.Uto C ,
[ Interest under L.onld.Tou. and; each of you are' herebycommanded L e. accounting totheCityCommisSion' shall be filed with the City SPECIAL OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT FOR N.i.v. __.' Ilave at .Oitjfaha.iNie- qbraska
'Morreau L..on. deceased.1 or .ob.r. and .. to to of the affairs of I and need state no reason for 'fEN. omc'
| --wise in property .. ." the bill of complaint required In this appear cause nn the City In writing and inditail.monthfy tho recall. The City Manager shallforthwith INO CITY of CHARTER.
F 1 scribed. All parties claiming Inerests ,or- us' Pqurrd.f.'Bhslf call a special of theComml..lo ith'dsy ., and.Oi1aado1FIo'1da,
or. before th. let day January,4A. or.n.r m..tng ,
Klsslmmee. : . .
the wl. of Leonldas D 112$. o ,.' 'the control of I to consider- petition. Florida .
uhl.r If If living and. Witness the 'Honorable C' O. Andrews. the CR1 Commission I have entire I . The Commissioner or Commissioners --S '
all parties-claiming Interest under 'of and. charge of the City's business-save I named Inthe call shall.not Make. a.'Cross'' Mark (X>. Before' the ;Thoroughly : ,.Wake '
Uie above Court
the wit of Lawson m Juet.Clerk and thereof ''as herein otherwise proyided.flis' take paitinthe proceedings.I In case ,.Question of ,your Cholco.VOTE'FOR Blood Teat ealppt and,
I Ifany, 4ecla.d. otherwise In the )at' Klsslmmee. 1he.eal; IJrd authority .h.1 Include -J.I the whole Commission Is named In the the
-4. property b.r.lnat.r d.orlb.d: All day of October A. Florld"thl. 1-f. and "1.eha""ln"- petition for recall the -City Manager I 'ONB1'' . .
.rtle. .. under JanlAnne J. L. 6VERKTREETCircuit Clerk';' .. pmploYII1 ..., ,, I Mill act upon the petition and Issue ,For ratifying 'and., adopting the ELECTRONIC'RP.ACThON1 OF'
C If living, and.If the call if the, contain _ _
Langnrhulsen. ( Court Seal) ' save the City Cmml..lon City At t .hal Amendment the Charter of 'the
''dead all parties clalm nn Interestsunder 'D. torney and . the requisite number, a ABRAMS 'U"S
By S. H. Bullock. C. ; I City of Klsslmme eo that The busJneus '
Jan Anne Lsngerhulcen deceased KRinnS A BTEED.Soliitoti > ' S-f. 1analfnl the police,, sanitation certitled to ss genuine by three urer S of said City shall be conducted ..
or otherwise, In the prop..tyrttt.r \ 47t ,. light ..street.lcr- : ified voters who shall also certify *
for Complainant. > - und.r Commission-Manager form
described AH parlies : .
/ ,.,lcal, financial. and other depart. they personally saw the .me. of Government In lieu of
Interests under Charles ." each''. of the affixed -
: same
mints the-City's-business.
S. 5-\ ... sometimesstyledv"O; In '*be. Circuit Court.' In and' for Oscela >i- 3.f. and all ma- , election, shall be forth with .th. r.e.1 I City Council form of Oovern-
." i If living and. If' dead all County. Florida.ln'Chancery: . pureha.llt u.lnl for a date "not eRrl.r than -ten nor \. : existing I said.and prVwcrlb-
partleaclaiming' interests under Mary L. Breaker Complainant versus the. City. The, City ..uppl.. ;' later than days after the date '"rt\h'.aOt'when amendment' -
Charles Dunne Wlllard deceased. or Emma Jones et 3.1, Bill not dispose of property belongingto of themeeting "'which considers the op.r.tY"! LUDENSMEMTHDL
otherwise In the .property hereinafterdescribed to Quiet Title. Order- of Puhliention.NOTICJII .. -the' City save by' '.f. petition.' ,The Commissioner or Com' I .
:- Allparties claiming Interests TO NONRE8IDENTHTh the Commission* .uthorl. mis.Ioner.sought to be may VOTE 'FOR ONE "
under Alexander Crum Maclae, If State of Florida To: Emma ..f. for,repairIngsl'iin. stand for re-election at, "r..caUe election '' Against ratifying "and adopting'the
living and. If dead all parties claimIns Uvlnl. and.If dead, all parties lm. C.rIAI City's property. and any qualified general Amendment to the :Charter of' the COUGH nnQPS
; Interests under Alexander Crum . under Emma Jones de. r-f. Collecting and disbursing themo"e.f :.municipal elections- shallbe en ., City of Klsslmme as that the bua-
deceased or otherwise In the Oea0.dror otherwise, In the property i City subject 'to the .re titledto be a candidate for the officeof ness of said CitxsJalL '"_
J.etR. her.I".fte. described: All hereinafter described; To II. H. OllU-n, >Ihl. Charter. the Cot&mlssloner or Commissionerssought' e>d under Comml..1 .Manag..r'.."u form 5< a noQuick
parties Int.r...'. under H""r' If living and If dead, all parties claim. s-f. Seeing that the laws and ordinances to be recalled. No names of.c.ndI4..t..haIJ of Government In lieu Of the Mayor
Jehn BrouKhton- Ing idteresta-undr H. H. Q1.n. d* are enforced. be printed on''the and City Council form' of Oovornrment .,
styled '"Henry .!* if ceased--or--othervrleBr ifl' -- I"tl t-f."Act"a' ClerXTof th. Comrril." ', ballotrTb.o"c.' .. offlcpsshalt + '..-ow..lltln1.nd".mb ; Relief 4
Ih'lnland., If dead al parties clnfm- hereinafter described, k slon and keep the- records ther...t, "led candidatereceiving Inic the
\ . .Henry John propertydescribed In the. Itlll of Complaint and be of the seal of the the number of votes at .shall v.'. ;
'hlth..t b4eome' operaUv.
Brouehtnn o.tI'K sometimes stylvd An4 referred to In. this order, el.totla., such and In more than U.I* tl
"Henry ." deceased to-wlt: j K..IY'J. shall attend the meetings one office Is filled the an4Id.t. receiving 1 ,
or . o.t the property hereInafter Beginning. 65. feet South o the City Comm..lon. kee.i ti/i) the highest .
described. All parties claiming North"t Corner'of Lot (1) Commission fully, advised at the shall enter uponthe .longest .ot. ;
f 1 interests under James M. Sr-humachlr. ''Q' of Henry A. Mnthews' affairs and needs.of the Cltv rvc-. ) : opehed\to election by the remIt Incase I
If living -end. If dead all parties Addition to the Tow of Klsslmmee -' ommend to the Commission for I the Commissioner or Comm..lon" GAZETTE ""WANTADS'V\ :ARE ''WINM i
claiming Interestsunder Ja-mes M. City," Osocola County measures aa he I ers sought to be recalled r..I.e I :
otherwise Florda; nun West feet: rnV.I j
Hchumocher-deceased or or .. sufficient to reseat him', as '
hereinafter described: thence South feet; thence .. . I '. '
the property .61 the Interests. the City, |.tar- successful candidates for theCommis -'
claiming Interest under Hast 1-7.6. f..t; thence North form such auties ,other .n.thoseenumerated sion, they shall continue- hold office : : . ; .L, :
Al'parte" S --5--- 5- S.S SS- ----- -- - --- > ,
If living and. I' 'all '81.BS point of begin In (his CharterlAmendment for the- term for which they'.wereholding I, '4e'rt r -,. -I

N"wm.n partlea, claimingInterests deceased. or otherwise In the P. Tou.ning.and. each of you. are. htreb) hI. office as shall shall-cn.l..t with.. '"I recall.Failureon at the time the IlnK a of Com-the'' ';" -,oo 5;oo., -S '.. "O'O'ooo I tfo .O O.' -S O..O '

property hereInafterdescrlbedi- All commanded and required to appear upon him ane the Commission.. 1 Missioner to be re-elected at a' 1 i _ _
parties claiming Interests under. William the blUr complaint.In thl.' ..u.e our 7. In the event that by'rerf.ort of electionInvolving hi. offlce-. recl COME ONl!! LETS GtJ07 > > '.
G. Rowland. If' -living, and If before th* let day of JanuaryA.. death resignation absence ordl.oh..r. cate his-office'. ss of the date of the ,
dead.:uU parties claiming Interestsunder' .lckneB'. City.Manager, the office : election. Th. Commissioner or Com 1 "
William C. Rowland decased -Witness theHonorable C O. Andrews 1) nE :
of City Manager shall be temper missioners-elected at such rec.n..hal WIrE "
or otherwise In the property herein. Judge; of the above Court andm srlly the City1 Commission may-: enter upon their duties as of the I'I'.ucc..dlnl I.', ); : : : .
after, described: All parties claiminginterests : name aa Clerk and the seal thereof .cant to'act pend the election and' the corn- S __
under Jennie Maria Lyehenhelm. at Klsslmroee. Florida; this Itrd. Vlo.M.nale canvass the and I '
the nc .eUo. .
S If living and/' If dead all'par. day of October.. 1,J1. InM IUn have ). .ueR, declare .hal results on that day> Noel.ction'shal : M. 'A" .R'K"E' .
:. OVER8TREET.. Clerk. Vlce.Man.I.I.htl PWPLS
ties claiming Interests under ,.nnl" vested. In a City I be called'on-a.' petition
Maria Lch.nh.lm deoeased. or (Circuit Court 81. Manager but no such-vacancy shall, to recall .s.rCoitt/jrhistoner during the1irst'si ,
wise hereinafter. de By Bunok D-, C be allowed longer than months of his term and recallof : ;
sen- .mbre In I KRIBul &- three inpnt'hs..cntnu..or )the some Commissioner shall not - .

described this TI"1rop.rts as.follows: I* Blcltn Cmpl&D.nt' ..47KOTICK -*t I ,8, Tm City. Comn..lor'S and not, theCity'Manager ,' I be twelve damaned months. ofteher period than once In any ': BROAbW.1,C3AM PRATIJER'S OLD"" ' i
p.ttlon. Ile
,-.'., All of that property .itu&... Ivlngand PPLICATOJ FOR ...X Fix the -mlllage. for tax',assessment In violation of these MM MB MHMMHMM, Z T H MI.MM.M.MH ** '
> being In Osceola County. Flor. and the bd disregarded to the extent that they I ?
4 descrIbed as follows_ towltl( DIED y- b.. Make H all equalise contracts taxes Involving violate same. ', > I .Yes, Jet's. get-'acflumlnUd'for( : one wok. During; JCet JUlnt. _ _
Notice Is hereby given .(hd H. If.Hudson. expenditures of,more than ISOO.On.c. 14. >Notice of any special elections for Week",.we. you the : (; ; ;
The Southwest1'' Quarter' of .th** purcbaror Tax Cortlflcate. ', Employ. the City'Attorney, and! shall be glyen by publi wl.ael 'metlat" \ \
Southeast quarter of Section twen No 1068 101, dated the'S d day of June thee City Tax Assessor.' :: of notice at-least ten days prior Beef'tew Ribs Pound ; 7 I :
i- ty-four tlOt The North..t quarter .. UU has filed- ..le 5ertlflcat s In d.. Through ':its -* Mayor.Commis'sioner -. to lou election d.te or the date of :per ,,,?..=V.-,,.,4:. x"Vy..;
of the ,Northwest quarter: -The ." ofloey and has application for conduct MunicipaL location polling-place ,Brisket: Boasts Pound tte 'or 3 : .25 'Norbw..t. quarter of the North tax deed to Issue In .accordance with Court : the, ; SI. places .nd purpose of election. Publication ; ,.per. ,. : pundsforl. :
: The Southeast 'quar law. Said certificates embrace the fol. ; 1 In a newspaper publishedIn
In mat.r' within -his authority [ Pound V
t ; Chuck"Roasts( v. < ; _
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ter of lowlnw.4..rl.4 property. situated< in as' fixed harter the.CMty of Klsslmmee.* ( /0'' ..
qu.t.r of the ,. South ,'' V-. the.City" Manager shall ,Areldment U..lh, ly C mml.lon..h.1 a pi ; ChuckrS: eak '; d3 ;- ; .50c' ( .
.ea.t"qu.rt.r. 1.1 yards squareS Lot t. Block 0 to the control of the. City Commission .. .r. ; or.:4.'poundfo '
the . 'And the unknown. *-\1 theJ'leasure of Commission and to _
board In meeting assembled ? All Best fN 25c
acting as a : tive
S Northeast'.quarter of tb. South. Lot 11, Block D, Ju .ka assesed>.to ,"' but ne Commissioner, shall othervise receive such -''comuensatldn ss th.CommiSsion 'Stak, ,per ur ":,,. .. ;
east quarter. less 110 yards squareIn DWltt Llghtsey ; . ,- shall nx. 8ue :Tax As : ____
to toor to Inter : .18c
the Northwest -Corner of Sec- S, The 'said land being assesed at :the f .",.t.mpt dlctt. or .giveorders sessor-shall-have-powers and duties Florda : ,. .,.,:>""."" ,.:,,,
Twenty-five (15). date of the Issuance of said certificatesIn thC ( of" assessment given him by the ; : ,
[ tq or or : riper.Pouzid' ; ; o2Od.
ton oflo tr .mploye. .: : ; .
t tbe names 'as- shown ..bov.Unless, undertake In thCity's general lawa of ,' Florida governingmunicipalities. ; ,*,, 'f'> .1r 't' ,
'AlL In Township ," ntyUre South. Range Twenty-eight East- to. I.. tax "deed ' Tou,' and. each of you are' hereby thereon on''.the day:of, November and the) of Klsalmmee H. shall .
,11th In addition shall be subject r "movaliby CIt VeaI"Biband'Flank: .15c 5 _
required appear to the Bill of Com. A D. itis, - ;.," *. the Commission.< 4 \, -': iloti.i . to the dirctlon of if he1 <- ; perrounaj.v"s' : >* '.. ; .
H Sled In this .* on the rule ., .. Ciy - '->> - -- -
., |l day plaint, In January sam being the .'1st :. OVERSTREET' IOL' shall. be.'expressed'of the' City by" ordinance Coinmis'sion City',_ U. Manager.% The City moneys as collected Veal, Shouldeperxoiind: .. ..*,*'" .,:.''J*, s... '.,. ..20cfVeal -, _ _

.1 day January, A D. 'It.... ,. ", ; r,circuit 'Cou ot. J or resolution and a record of the same shall be deposited weekly in a bankor .; l Chops per. Pound V :,-. .- .-.f- .- .- ;'
:> ,
t j. Witness the HOhqr.lle' CT O. An ISJiljL 'I O.Nla ) Jorld. shall- be. kept.' The City CommissionIs bank which '.b.1 be d.aln.t.danna.lly. y( J ? ,. .: I-.25

-5' my name Judge as Clerk .b. .- .Court and / 1) I ..D,. regulations authorized for'toanake.bT.laws Its own guidance'andC' and, Depository. by and the Comml..IOJ. .bor.4edorthefullamount . ,Veal Cutlets and Steaks, per Pound *..*..:- t" ,t.3o; ,, ____

".i"*. ''tlie official 'aeal thersstfi 'title. .d dsy"of .:. "- .1 flip Ii.T.warin- S I ,... an-A, Ia snlerss sama by 'cf 'the deposit Tn 'Hamburger Sfn1piPnl1nr1 . ; ., .
A. D. ltU -
.i October. x favor ofT the Cityasaproteeriunagainst
and'to the
Sne penalty compeK attendance
..(. J. L'OVR8TREE Clerk.qrcptt I S ... Circuit In .the of Clreal"Coart'Jond.17th..'JudIcial"In and .or All of the Its records.members s.nd.meetingsof at Its meetInge. - to be- that, failure.of a or"defalcation.surety'' Bond authorised ; ; Sausage Met, 'jr. ..Pound e'. a, 15'' -

'B" 8, l'ullock.: D d for Osceola County.' ) :_. B the .Clt shall ha public; under .tb laws of the, State
-. S D.Guies Crnupl..ast vsus Wa't.rC.Rass. .) Comml.aoD': ,, .. p..i.l.d.majoIty4 a -_- _- QfDUbllrfiTit. .
.Solicitor' ,*.Complainant., 47Oeeirt -.t. et at Respondent -Ordee of of the- Commission shall -be m ''b. 'fo."lcpltr We iiyUVerybmt. ; *;":\ -
Publication- : The 8ttfe of Florida to shall1 not lawful '
.ufHelent-to'authorise taken '
7 Luchlan any ato. KJsslmmee . : Oar Native Pork U fatne4b-'WU1,8nlItbWe} will
: In S.Cireui donrt.'l7th31Idicll CJr A."Hamiltonand >Ctn. by the Comml.lon.- .. of 'D
ln-.nd5for HamUto.$ No. 10 Ja. sion. shall or special ottat. nor-un- 'buy'wood 'porkj fattened peannU .orplinfas..' (
cult-of Florida.In-Chanceryj. .the Cuntt'rto J %* *i 'S. St.c and uallscatlon.ef th. its elton d..)the.. provisions- of .rte to .or 'pork O' .

of Oeol. versus,,J.L, Ovr1 'em.n"e. to appear 'to 'the Bin -0' stibftctto/ by n'l.mbr.. I"c.r) Indebtedness by the. ) GIVE, US .A, TRIAL AND ACQUAINTED I
.therobllgailons -
., 'J" Cpl&.nt .. o this 'cu_.on- or before It.shall not be within the power ct theoinm1setOntD"1'emuyg bonds certificates, "
.LI9n.I. r4. { Indebtedness..tn_exnead_Intseuaggregate IyouFoaUA&.LBrrr ", 4-
any meiilber'save r'-- :,. : -
be:( the "er.ial. the Honorable O. D Andrews, for .nontne. misfeasance-or ten, per. cOt of the assessed. . ':, '
'I.r4'.p. yalue' ot'the Vest md .personal .
Mherllt County, FtoHdavof.His a* udlff.I4Crt- name adytb..o.I' on written :
/ ,. inability. to, arv 'a r Rubpoena, la a.'CI."I't.rot. "tl. ," ae day. of m.lf..n.eba. .. bearing; ./by. wlhln'l"' such Incorporated .limits.oreviden Nor. S k ;' HAGERiA ; :! :
*' \,or'Commissionersnot obU..aton. : .
-4hameery4a5 thiscauseon' tel 1&f-t j Comtalssloner .
t KI..lmme 8 OYERTR3E'Y *' 'W. '- ces 'of \ ,. ,exceptIn.i.the'tmnner : ,!, : ;
Com. .3" Involved : :
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'rdw. -errUoD -f ClronUCouVtiiiCBKAL I 1.' ease a member 'l.-re- -' -.v4' V' .
-the failure .Ip.\ "
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Comimissionmay .oy.rin.
7 tnoved.or unable -
to elect officers or appoint ) atut. -. ." 4' .
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.. tIN REALM. ] BANQUET P. A. Van:the Agnew, CLUBHOUSE'following of.Winter.' guest Park.entertained ,.-a, <'. I THE fORUM$ I I. RED : CROSS; PITTS: ': ?:!QFFIGIALtyr;: ,'RETURNS' ',,,

the Club House Monday, nlghtt;Fred ;, OBceoW
I B. Lynch,of New York!. D. H. \Rice. UP.SS'73\1'B12:! t. : ; county in ,the ,gWeral:faction held ,latPRECINCTS Tuesday ,' ,, 'p

DRIDGE'PARTY of Washington Maxwell' KUvert olOveido A WARNING ) ,
; ,' ; I a TT I 50 ? I l' 'I ,
'. .AT COUNTRY CLUB ; 'Arthur E. Donegan and',E. ,
Honoring* Mrs. Flora Belle Lea of G., Van.Agnew. This i iil the time of year 'When we or. States'Senator ,'
Baltimore and Mrs. T. P. Molligan muat Stop I Look I Listen! not only W.. c. La1'\.IOA---.r.' **,.. 6 ,81 130 0 23 -E a 4"!
of, Chicago' Mr. Walter Coble, andMr .000000000 004000.OfAO. for railroad train bat for traudulent Year's Budget Stresses Belle ]r>rV. Trammell j. .,.......'It-\\.._ 287 44 79 108,182515914 .81911441, .' ,"
*. Ethyl Starbird, entertained at schemes n* 'welt 'ForJueUces of S.pnlD'eCoan' .,.
ci lovely bridge party' at the country J HIGH,SCHOOL NOTES Recently; some apparent. sharper and Servlces at, Home Jefferson. B. Browne *.,J{; -_._.....,. 21 216ll88118111t t 7 8118 ;#
... I R. F. '.Taylor'w.--, ; : .,.. .....:., 226 4 135 7fFe
h club Friday evening; An effective : o ping himself the 'Community and :Overseas !'' For .. w 18 917 114 U 1161.36, ",
color i scheme of pink and. white wa 4'. ...4'004' 000040400 Sterling Company" ,bas sized -uj Railroad Coatttlaaioaer "
fertile R.; Hudson Burr .. ,..', ._.. _. .. ,. 206 1731 68 714106 '
?; ,,effectively) carried out in the decora- -- Kiaiimmee a* t'ounclfor, ill -rr "' ? : .Io 6 711111618."k
ta; tioM and' details of the affair and "/The' G nler"I Literary* Society of the gotten gain. "' ;A. D.- Campbell._...i,.....:....._.....,.. 228 26( 62 131 1121 116 11 '118 & 1OO[ Ty' R

the place:cards were. also very at Osceola high school held a most interesting Several persons have received postcards MILLIONS FOR, VETERAN, AID Per.Congressman, ...---.. cri. .... ., ''I!:
Howard W.. McKay, ';....__,___! ._ 81 821 145 '',1... '
tractive. Six table of'''player* ,:enJoyed meeting' on Friday ..after mailed in'Canada within a few ?. 41 6 1 2144 (501
,.. several spirited game of noon. After the roll call,and readingof week pact, congratulating the recipe W-' J.. Sear ......*.,.........-.,...;,!"..- 275 3968 121 13 41 167 115 8 24 1156' 917'' ;
+ bridge>> and it wa found upon counting the minutes, a most enjoyable program lent on having; won.n valuable prize Over S3,000OOO.Afotted; to'the For' Supt. Public Instruction ..??.. ..
the score that Mrs. F, S. Geigermade was rendered The topic was in n puzzle contest, come time ago W. *0,, dH rtnOm _*t._**jtHBWMW4t*._.;.e>i.. 250 245914813 12910'7 19 151 819y.
I ; the highest score, and wa Southern Writers and Miss Margaret via: an elegant eight' leee'set of tableware .D aabJe oreicin Worlu :_, Far ,Representative t*, h-_,.,..;'.,.-..v ' ,' .!.3tC.
_ 4? o .a lacquer. trutt-buket. Mrs. gjvin Ed- Stanford gave two readings, "The w.blchWOIIld be forwarded Lessens.WstblngtbavrExpendlture'' :"s':;; Acree ,.-.:._.......;,......jil1.UJ2fl: ; : 6 43 87 9112 3413612 ,621100 14T

?gar Katz scored second and. was given Bells'? and "To Helen," by Edgar Allen at once on receipt of 1.00 3o pa/tot , ,- .' F.For A. Stroup,,:Commissioner- ....1':.,......; 139 1418 175 2, 6 63 .s a 8186 61V.: ,' '/
,an old blue fern pot, while ,Miss Poe. Katherine Miller told in an packing:,"shipping' J,etc.,, County y
:Maym. Pilleyiwas\ awarded the consolation "Effect of the South One, recipient 01 the card'cudgelled' District Ne, 'ITE. "ham .. .
3 price a "Blame on Its Writers," and Mary Stanley her brain trying to remember any *. tetalln ., L.-;;, D.Over.treet 281 5125 8410 8 104 1 12109 6tnJ. ,J'
'! It On Your Partner bridp'book./ Lee wa depicted in a very clever manner thelit. former dealings with the:said "Com $11,739,872.47, carrying, through Its J. E. Sharp"" _.;_..: : : 116 7 SO 161 3-10 89 12 5 14. 146, 641- ."1
y presentedwith; an old blue vanity and character. ''of Poe. Rebekah munity Sterling, : Company" but in program of services and relief during For County- w---------------- ", u ;
end Mrs.-Mulllg-an.with silk lingerie. Miller gave a synopsis of Poe's. "qoldBul' vain and this fact, combined with- the ;;* caj year Ju'\'the United States District .No. .. "i
4 ;.- +Gteamshicken" lrt... IUjeld'ppIUIl! and Eleanor Rosen, in her+ usual certain inexactness of statement ap and oversee are authorized la1 the T. 'N. Clark .._.... 89 1667 115 2 62 4 8
< J. M.: Ilansell .._.. 287 3138 102 11 31 149 11 6 18 100 70&- ,
? sandwiches olives and ice tea were happyTnuanner7concltfdedt"lh rpro:- parently-studied--the-i-' ard--eon badCft..f..a.e.unerle ..JIed Croeeffectl -. For" County *CommissionerDiatrkt -' ---......* .... '
c'' .erved were in taths guest' while the game gr.m-with.'a reading. 'pet vinced something her that for it wa nothing.'an attempt" to ve'July'' ,1, 1022.. ",Th1a total la $2- .. No. a" .i"' c'T%

Those.progress.,participating1 in the games The Henry W.. Grady'J' Debating Arrived at this conclusion she 735,970 Tea* than the expenditure: fer Henry O. Partin w:;...*......._,..... 272 28 47 139 12 36 159 13 I 8 18 150 882 1\1.\

s wen:'' ., Mesdames Alderman Anderson Club' held its regular meeting Friday wrote cross the face of the card, "A the ,1&at necal 7eu.t, when 'dlbure- For County Commissioner , .
Bolce,. Bay. .Marion Carson Far- in.the school auditorium. The meeting sucker is born very minute, but'I j jWM meats reached "S13,4TB,$47.", It 1* announced District Nov 4 J __ 1t'
* o. A,. F. flan ....._. ...... 206 21 28 123 14 34 116 12 \
'mer,Howard Katc"'Prather <-was--caled! to'-order-by-the-president ..,I .bornb tween minutes enclosedIt at Na 9UJ' Headquarters Instatement 10150 111J .
ft : Milton Graham, and after' the I in an envelop and returned'. it to a "emphaslilag: *the'necessity J. H... Johnston, .-.___..--...-__...'.._. 125 28 H 152 ? '7, 72 6 812159 831 ,
; For County eo"lIIlaaionet'DtlJtrkt '
Gardner. ,
roll call and reading of the minutes source.
; the following subject: was presentedfor In the course of ten- day 'or so It'' .f coatlnned. 8a.pport of the erganlsaUea .' JVo. S __, ._ _
E Makinson; and the honorees. Tea discussion: "Resolved; That the came back undelivered< s rnest*' were: Mesdames Bullock reapportionment! amendment should the/ envelope at some postoffice. non Call. November'' 11-Noven.ber Minclusive. R. V. Phillip, ---...-.-.-..--.._... 157 25 75I 163 (, 13 99 13 6 6168121' T
Dora Lee, Oscar Smith and Nelson not be passed." Those taking the affirmative 'Suspected to be fraudulent." I This total for the budget For School Board District No. 1 I I- i "
H. "M. Kat .... JT-__...____._ 8
k Makinson. side' were Gordon Bullock Hence if anyone is nowhesitatingabout M exclusive ef, the large financial ;;; 94052' 159 1337 149 IC 20166 964. ,,
vTE tad his dollar op. For ,SeheoI' BeanI. District No. 2
Margaret Brunson and the negative sending let himpause '
*. LITTLE TOTS WAVEHALLOWE'EN Robert BucXels and Alberta and reflect that "a bird in hanci orations ef the S.300 active Red Cross J.. A.- Bronson _._......?..._?.?_ 118J14 53 626 68 1 4 7 69 379'

.. PARTY i Brunson. After the matter was fully !i worth two in a bush,", especially Chapter, which It 1* estimated, will J., O. Lanier _______._.____._____;;. 118 1674 49 6 ,76JJJ -7 '1 16 -6042311036 .- .
f Little Miss Florence' Savage was discussed by both sides, the judges ... faraway as Canada. mere than double the total. J. H* Weaver' _._>-..________- J _69 2112 101 1J JJ __13 ?: .. .
the hostess to a number of her small decided in favor of.the affirmative, i One Who E.caped. War For School Board District No. 3 .
I friend* on Tuesday at her home ..t.8N and after the report and correctionby Veteran Have First Call Sam 'Brammar ,.____....-,___...--231/ 2239 21814 31 117 18 8 14 233 945 I :
Brack street. The house was the critic the club adjourned: Over 50,000 farm boy and girls First call oa Bed Ore** funds. 1* for I Education Amendment r

beautifully decorated with color emblematic were enrolled as pig-club: members in the disabled ex-service men, of wbom Ve .. 1 .:.._-..-_...____ .. 214 810115 4 710811 ,II 16 142643 ,
of Hallowe'en and ghosts TUESDAY 9 DEMOCRACY'SDAY 1921 according to the United States 27,487 were receiving treatment from NO .fc __i_.........__....ii"izr.. 25 I ,228 40 1 1 14 .. ._ 31 144 ,
,witches and black cat 'disported department of agriculture. These the Government ea June 1 last. This Judicial Amendment ,
t '-themselves to the amusement of the young farmer reported growing work for veteran and their Yes .;- ...-.-.__..?........ ___.-._ 164 7 9 86 3 1 8811 6 8101 489
t little, folk. 'DeW eta Alderman de- The voters' gave the Harding administration nearly 60,000 purebred pigs, valuedat families No ;: : _____.I_.__.__ .30, 227 85 1._ 10 __ 6 25 138,
.. lighted her young admirers with her an emphatic: rebuke at $1, 00,000.and managed accordingto in.a wide variety ef: service that tbe SalariesAmendment ,

beautiful danc'cif. Dainty refteshment the polls yesterday. Two years ago improved methods of housing. Government 1* not' authorised to render : Yes .......-__..i.- : 172 15 99'3 6 88)0
were served at 9:30 after WRh Republicans were swept into Feeding and care! advocated by ex- and for which It hat neither No. . -__.u_...__I.IIIIIIIIIIII_-24 319 22 1._ 11 1..6161169
.. ,.j t }h..__ lunflpt.yMlm ili>pttrt: xl. I hy tmn of thoao p vtj tension workers. :the number of fund* nor facilities_ haa th* n Reapportionment) Amendment .
?' (\ Those the! were: cular political landslides which sweep farm[ boys and girl enrolled in all *8,030.602 'during the Yes . -...--.------..--.____...._ 6 3 2 1 1,4"2 52 164.
:Mary France. Smith, DeRheta Alderman .the country not oftener than four or lines of boys' and girl' club work in or about ; current year, No .___________.__________._.__ 205)11136) 51 1 5 999_ 1115 86 519 '.
'a> Catherine Butler, Dorothy Butler Five times a century. Today that each state varied last year from 610 $366,000 more than was expended "

'-: Edna,.Floyd, Mary Leising-, Beat- landslide is retarded if not completely in Nevada to 38,545 in Oklahoma.The l..t".ee1I'\ soldier service.Addlnc . -
ft ( 'Tiee Liesing, Margaret Peterson halted The landslide of two years value of the products 'these the funds...disbursed1 la, this
France Young, AeMgytha Jordan ago gave the Republcans the stupendous young farmer and home'makers ran bumanltarlanwork' of. physical recon'
.: Margaret Whidden. Lois Whidden. majorty of: 168 in congress. From about $7,000 in Arizona over elltutlon foUewlng the World War by 'X'UN 'N owz z: .
,v Jay Maklnson, Elizabeth Bass and That majority is practically wipedout $476,000 in Indiana.
.. ------- ------ ---- ---- - - the Chapter tbreagbont the country .. .
-the-hostesS Florence Savage daughter on the face of early returns and "
",( ,of Mr, and Mrs. ;Frank M. Ss(;. full returns may reveal that the will approximate. a total for( the car- BY CLAD fr TH DMAS ':
M will have to deal with New j rent \approocblnf 10000000.
:.r., fi president a Legion Chief '
r" 'WEDNESDAY Democratic rather than a RepublicantonJO'e. This work. IB toe, opinion ef: the Surgeon FEEL ALL II THINK 1 LL BE ALL]
Y AFTERNOON'.BRIDGE ... In almost instance
every General office will set reach
4 CLUB MEETS where the president had a personal ., :J Its peak before :1020. RUN DOWN I'M AJOO RI GHT.IN A ''III }
n 'The Newby Inn was the scene rf a candidate, the Democrats. triumphed. ' Fog AEON .;
Through Its: fEW
.prettybridge party on 'Wednesday Yesterday was Democracy's day.- Chaptera the American "
'afternoon,' when' Mrs J. D. Xewby Jacksonville 'Journal l. Nov., 8. '\ jr'. Red OroM equipped to' And.the Individual . MURfaI < '..
r :.entertained the Wednesday After. Fw gr jW .et-serylc.: man, ,belp him In :

;,4: moon'Bridge;; Club and a 'fw guetts. COLORED, WOMAN/FINED his problem,''and ,difficulties,. provide ) I ,
: '," .The'national colors were used in cel- FOR SELLING! LIQUOR Immediately/for.'his'/ : and
;: 'bration Of Armistice' Day, a* r wAR4 I ..
game open-the way for;hlov to the.. Gnft'DomeDf 'I ,
j.b t. ations, and several :interesting In the major's court last ;IMonday I
\ 'of bridge; were 'played. .Mrs. Edgar morning Delia Wilson'was fined for compeniattohrand"aid" towbleb'be ; 1:" _
:lit 'KaU'.won the first 'price, a hand selling liquor, having1' been arrestedat ,1* entitled. The extension: of thl.worlt "

qf painted Japanese' tray; .Mr*." Carson ifl Lake street Saturday night to'the, ,,famPles of uch men . !. .
( lFAI'me't'"the guest prize,a. mat and In a raid br Chief 'of Police. C. H. prove to\theneV'\, : ; hat .the/Bed Cross .-- ...
!ti. Mrs' T. P. Mulligan the, consolation DfJggers,"Sheriff L. R; Farmer and is :
baa lost none'of 1U sympathy surgery now an accomplished{
a, corsage Itouquet. ; Five members night Marshal Malone.'When ,.nor will
; ,
'\0.. ?.. were asked .to come.Into the club .nd l the fficerl) surrounded the to service manifested' In wartime. Simtlarly -' ,; .fact; This is ;the :hospital for motor cam that are ii

t, ,.a oe ted Mea am.* Alexander, house there..wasa grand effort ,toWard + the service goes out to the men slightly indisposed or. \ "
r Rglldldale.' Dale, and Farmer. disposing of the evidence'and till In. the .Army:aid,Navy" 11.087 of : those who are' SOrun', down : .

If .", *ightful,, menu was served a large amount 'of> liquor wa thrown Col.:Alvin \Vc Owfley, of BcaurnonvTtx whom'..... under' treitinent: In Government ,that.they,need _a thoro gh" rhauJing. Steer_; 'your
out 'of' window 'and pored', U- the
; through ; new Commander '
.' : :' f' .' .v.>,t . 'rack' The'woman still had enough in-Chief of the'' American Legion, hospital* ota',June 1. 1022. car here., .\ -. r
,, : '' ,, eft'for conviction, wevera. twentyix elected! i lat Wt cjc'; at New=' OrUan' OnatoiDome.tleh, ;; ;l r.pramThis : ,

.. )eE BRIDE;' .!: :.dollar worth,' and costa," : ,.r-, aftergflte-year'of, conatriictlve ,
? A:, uiet, impressive wed- _. ;
.. I: put CHARTER COMMENT -- ,,effort'during\the: war and !:
i': .cIbI.eeremol187' :vwa,?; perform.c..t'N' / 'after'the armistice-brings 'wIth *" "ssiiSJ T"* -- ' r? sir. ii nj rsasaSmg ,
It'a *
: -- ea ** !?. *' CS J* i' -
3 'Tesidenee of. Judge T. L.; Comer Satoft' kissjiTumee's has ti J J" iS"-*'
charter board
(recommended greater'respoMdblUty* domestic
fer. \
:r.4 wrday-;;afternoon, 'when he>1 united' in ,
l t commission-manager,, government aervlcej\ to'thi American, :Bed Cross.The
Mr Elisabeth Cotterman
marriage *
.. ,
:1'iL for that.fine' littlecity. Take ..
,; : hf.ri ,. I Ddnaand1 eS .1- ... .
; Ira --Cioughof budget for foreign operation .
b ,' >;ant" -..,, I tj then-get out-of-your-ewe--way-so- U "
J. .Ii. ,nee.caiy. 'however,1;total*"*3,4O4,000, but ef this ..
,' you can. ..;.:-
aAl'UvedIn '
,\t. r..Mre.lough Kisilm- MENTHOLATUM'"cools ', '
..1. amount $1.884AOOHfoY; medical relief
a+ ". ''>nee- foe'several years.andhabeenpromlnentlv : 'Th.. C zette'* job department'h Is S
::;'fJ'r!: _. ": identified, 'with church equipped to do all kind of,job print.' and 'heal'Lt which bospltaldppllei' for Russia, ,
;,7;; ,school work/and; has a great many ng on short notice and'at reasonable la a part of the! gift made by
,1. friends,:'who! will:-wiah', her ,much', hap-,:;'price..' W* make la specialty of le; American fled' Cress In 1021 to " ,

',Jlln _. c_''.. . "'I!loose leave*\\tor ledger I _47-tf. +aayd tbe: Russian'fam n. relief work of the lQ'

( American Relief Admlnlitratlon I TRiDaily
'. "'-:- pro- ,.'-\
gram; The child health .." Europe ,

: a f4'if : 1I1I1I1I1I111I IIIIIIII nIllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIDlIIIIIIIIIIIIIDllllllllllllIllll lIllllIlllIrllllli1IIIIIIIIIflIIIUlUllllllll lIlI continue, moreover; sad )$8S4- *'

y 000) la appropriated for thla'work undertaken Touring* Car Service ,' ':
r 1 In. 1920.; .Other Item 'In',the
)( stringently dimlnlr'ied foreign' TAMPA :
= :
,.4TPp . = ,cram[ Include'$200,000;to anpport/the: ,
*' .: lAacp.: of Red i Croaa:Societies, S22i Leave I mm..o:30:: ... m., cri .to e. ;

45 S : I s '% > '004 for.nur.e." training ecbool lasttsted !- Leave Tampa-2:30 p. m., Union Bus 'Station. i
: + bl 'tb. Red "CrOMabroad, andMOO.OOO

:t ; for llauldaaoa 6f the general 'RAILROAD FARE ONE 'WAY., ROUND .TRIP FIVE ,DOLLARS, t*: <
: IGNORANT T : Bed Crose foreign relief program. ,
; ;: '

:The Bank; With( Prepare, disaster*.tferKm..relief :the rfl,Red nclecTor Grew GLENN ,ROSE, . V-:

.l ''11_ i bas set aside $' OOOOa04) f r'emerrgendes \
.\ .
\ PHONE 2C4 :
r. 4 4 == :; In Chapter .!"rk '$000,000te ft
: ; selecting ( ''be;available for '-IItIe-':lamar , f 'f
r: L AbilityWiUingne in 1 a safe ''place for your'rLioneyr .,
'Iij '
: 1 r : and foreign deariand. ";Thla ,fa hen, ,.
\" '\. 'or..' t -and'' r than SSttMMO.afcev. last year expenditure r rt J
: ' _= ;' *.. For>> ...,.se. and assistance < '

.}j. .. YOU 'AR 'EX<< : t. .a''t.the. '3, :and. their t :(
'USAB >E '
; tranche 11 296.000. U'provided" by the ;:
-: "t' '" ' Serve == N.u.a.l organlaatlon.Other ) / ," '': T-'ax-' .
i ; r' o -' / budget IUtm. of4importanceIn i \'
!' for making ,a .mistakes* but not; ''f for'ignor-: f I ,Notice
: the dome\ .U<,program Include.$ OO, :
1 ;'i '. .,: _.J , : : : "Bank should 'offer induce tfi00for t" : aaalatancto: >"'other>..ergamUa-- ,,,....... I "
I' ance.4< | '\
'I you no -
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(Ions :and 'edacktlon lBaUtntlon tot iN
:-r Y g ?r' :: DEPOSITS ,1 INSURED ,fnents that' not 1*"I training Red, Oroea ......* and wert- 'f' ,
in l l1 :
are ; with
N'' i ._ L keeping, ; strong, ,.r*: "$1 0,000.for.Bell .Can aaalatake <,
': .-1' ", furnished .te, ....Chapter; SlOO OM.tfer ... ; ''
NOTICE! is hereby
\f given
.. -\I\; ' cohseryatiye.'Banking.. ... .. sell.;yourAccoiint j f 'mnf. oreaeen entlngeBdev. .. p '' that the, tax .
-t' -" 1 '
( cv Of the total timdget JeM than $500- ; books of Osceola 'to
t. County will 'col.i'j
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