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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 2, 1923
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: VID01140
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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WITH LOTS OF PEP Albert New, A Thirty Second He's a man who owns property in Kissimmee or the county, one Sue, He Wiljl ft$'*'.Make. No Campaign' For i" ARMISTICE DAY

Degree Mason Coming To Saint I who is in business here or one who in anyway' makes hjs living in' Office of' ProsecaUnf AttorneyS .

John's Church December First the community. If he isn't he ought to be. Such a person is either S Will Be A Candidate I, .
Chamber loyal to the community, or .he is one who doesn't give a whoop? how The Local,Women, and Girls

Judge Comer At Oyster _Dr. Albert New of Waynesville, *<-on the bottom drops out. of the ocean, so long as .he gets hisl Another stir was given the local I Respond Generously With
North Carolina, has been secured as The Gazette is. pleased( to state that the permanent citizenry of when
In New'Location political pot this week Pal "
Supper rector of Saint John's Episcopal this district has come to the fore a hundred per cent booster, and Johnston announced that hi I Time For Big Service,
in mention will be made of their actlvitier in the definitely ,
church Klssimmee. Dr. New is expected Home field of professional would be a candidate at the next .5
: T optimism; characteristic of to assume his duties with the or business life in the Co-operative Booster Number of The county election for the office of Klssimmee seems to have caught
Klssimmee of late was decidedly' In local church on December first. Gazette which will be ready, for circulation in December.This ecuting attorney. Rumor has pros foi the spirit which Is everywhere prevalent .'

evidence last Thursday night at the The new rector is said to be very edition of The Gazette will be such as to cause the far some time had it that he contemplat over the south this, year'in the'

new home of the Chamber of Com prominent In Masonic circles in his away, and for that matter the near readers, to sit up and take notice, ed entering the race, but no definite matter of appreciation of service ren.'

merce In the WHlson building on state, and is a thirty-second degree and you will be pleased to- have] done your part in aiding The Gazette announcement had heretofore been dered. The past )'ear which has'been

Darlington avenue. Crowded table.* Mason. Information hand is to to take Kissimmee and environs, in word and picture to many made. When he was asked for a so disastrous in accident throughout ,

of members and their wives did Ju... the effect that he is a brilliant thinker parts of the outside world. \ statement regarding the rumors h the south has painted a vivid pictureof II
tice to the oysters which Judge Comer and excellent speaker, and the local -I It would be well for you to order copies in advance, for they will said yesterday: what real service does. And the

had Invited them to. share, served church considers itself very fortunate KO fast. The price will be 10 ce1lta. wrapped and ready for mailing. calibre of the people,U realized In the ;.

in various style by the ladles of in. being able to secure him. Send a copy to each acquaintance up north or east. It will be "After thinking the matter ovei. appreciation they show'for this', service .
Saint Jo n'. Guild who donated. their Announcement of bis' acceptance was ,)f interest to them. for several weeks, I have at last de rendered. -
cided to become candidate for the S
services for the occuion. made this week by W.: G. hankies, 1-' office of prosecuting attorney for Os- From all over the south comes Information
IF Not only Kissimmee optimism was warden of Saint John' 5- ceola In of the ascending regard

0. prevalent. The OsceoU county brand During the month of November the before county.the people. placing I have no my frlendi name which the people of the. south, hare

''I" Vas displayed to good advantage. church is planning some especially to assist or enemies to punish. for,the premier.organisation of service
Mayor, Reverend. Colonel and Attorney attractive musical work. Dr. C. R. to those in trouble. The .Amen.
I'' L. M. Parker, ai he was variously hedge, of Alabama, will take the NEW COMMISSIONER < WOMEN'S CLUB PLANS "My platform will be to see that lean Red Cross has made good in Its
called of Saint Cloud and Rev. services each Sunday morning and : the law is carried out. The fact thai peace-time program as .it did in war.' ...

William Landiis, of the same city Wednesday. Dr. Hoop is a celebrated is well off in worldly And with southern generosity c and
I a man
ji both of whom have been active in the musician having for several years GOES INTO OFFICE FOR GARDEN WEEK appreciation the people are making
chamber and growers' as- been or holds a high position in his community in their
4 Saint Cloud in charge of the music at the good plans for answering the
: nociations attended the meeting and Cathedral in New Orleans. He is the will not in any way keep him annual Roll Call. Winter Haven's

i delivered Inspiring addresses. composer of several of the hymns in Commissioner Of Agricul- Special Meeting Tuesday To ,from being prosecuted should he violate quota of membership is BOO, but

Mayor Parker particularly stressed the hymnal. Each Wednesday evening will Winter Haven's reply was "send us
the law. I use best efforts -
And Nursery Hear Discourse my
Is Farmer On
ture Proper
\ the growing friendship between Kis- after the regular services he will immediately supplies for 4.000 mem-
niminee and Saint Cloud, the two sta conduct choir practice, to which everyone Man With ExperienceTo Plantings To Be MadeThe to see that all persons are fairly bers." Jacksonville has set for its

ter cities of Onceola county, and the who is interested in choral dealt with, and that when the law goal this year a number sixteen tlmosu

\ co-operation of the two for the good singing is welcome to come. is violated, to see that proper redresi large as last year. From every
fill out the unexpired term of members of the KissimmeeWomens
of the county. lie said Bishop Cameron Mann who has section come similar, reports.
development recently
W. A. McRae, resigned. Nathan Mayo Club are enthusiastic over is made. If elected, I will give the
be first became acquainted with Klssimmeo returned from Europe occupied Mrs. Howard Anderson, chairmanof
appointee of Governor Hardeer the state-wide Auxiliary Garden state the same service that I have
people through the strawberry the pulpit last the committee
on Sunday morn on volunteer
yesterday took Mr. McRae's office Week whichwill be observed in personnel
over the defendants i ir
when attempted to give
campaign of a year ago ing. Bishop Mann expressed himself for the Roll Call in Kissimmee,
both sections were working to put, as well pleased with the progress of I I in the Tallahassee.state have been Papers voicing throughout approval -- I Florida next 11. week A large November delegationfrom 4 toNovember ; the past. I do not intend to make finds the same spirit everywhere

over the industry which has meant the church duringthe summer. He Governor I ,any campaign in the matter. manifest. To her and her committeeis
of the appointment since the club attended the state convention
*(, n uf'i to the county. lIe received was "Ij; -lally gratified at the construction Hardee made his choice known. I I II last week in Orlando on highway I "Those that have confidence in me delegated the task of visiting the
hearty applause when he advocated n of the Parish Home whichis I' homes of Kissimmee during the brief
Mr. Mayo is a "dirt farmer" and a beautification, and heard the address and wish to vote for me on these con
COIIII: )" Chamber of Commerce, real- l'XI"] ted to be opened to the public I space of one hour on Sunday, Armistice -
1 1I
successful one, a.V..n nl a businessman I Auxiliary Garden Week by
IZII'K! that whatever helps one city for "oiial purposes within the on ditions their vote will be appreciatWILL Day November 11. Every homein
who standhigh in the commercial Miss Lilla M. White, of Jacksonville.
h'II"| oth. nntl helps the county. In nc-xi w <'ek.I I world.lie will be ed." Kissimmee will be given the opportunity
I Tuesday's meeting primarily -
view nf the fact that the country recf to answer the Roll Call
was born on u plantation at devoted to this subject at which
>(r '' that Fli. ;ridn has the greatext and PREUMINARSTREET I Whitakem, Nash county, N. C.. December time Miss Jean Caldwell! will discuss' I with favorable response. Mrs. Anderson I
li, iif tiny tr'te: in the Union I SHIP GA LOAD was chairman of the Red
Osceola I 1 I. 187<>. his father was Col.James what flowers are beat adapted to this!' I II
.. t hI' poHsibilitieH of Cross department which made sweat.
km I HIT
1\1. native of Richmond I kinds of soil
Mayo a locality, necessary, prep
he nffirp'od, that Osceolac ) ers and pajamas for the victims of
S Va., and his moth..r a native of aration of soil, and care of the plants
,ini' ha, the l Rreitcst; I OHibiliticsof : SURVEY COMPLETED moved CROPS WEDNESDAY\ the war whom the American Red
arolina will
I North ( His family Mrs. A. T. Morrison leprrt on I
. 1\, county in the Unite,} State I Cross" has not forgotten, and she
I to Florida. in 188fi nnd nettled at Oca- the Highway Beautification convention. made .
--- good. The important and difficult
tOtlllV. I 11 whe -.. he linh'hetl his education has
<< in ,, Mrs. Morrison recently
!NI i I.HndisM who in addition to I b < Streets In Proposed Paving I, the public .sthooN. I replanted tha park near the railroad I Local Growers Will Freight task of organizing and directing .
church. the hour's thisyear's
of the Methodist 'if invlt"'ltn'
pa.toratc a't iwberrv prower. trucker active, Program Total Eight And At the ag" tf I years ho .undertook station replacing; dectioycd flowers I First Car Of, lixed'Fall Roll Call was assigned t. her, ".

paiticipnnt in the Saint Cloud Chamber : Three Miles Ins first bus in,..s venture which I with hibiscus plants. I Truck Crops Next Week and she is again making good.

S <,1 Commerce nnd other community Quarters waR a cool drink and confectionerystand I The National Garden Week Association Mrs. Anderson has districted KIsslmmee .
Hiulertukinirs told n'story to llIu-- I -- in 8 piano box. At the age of I II of America realizing 1 that the into eleven districts, and \<

his contention that n "preacher The preliminary survey of the streets 14 yearn and between school hours I regular week observed by that organization Growers of Kissimmee and Saint eleven patroitic Kissimmee women

trat.ouirl) i to be good for some-thing be. which were included in the amended I he began working for the Anti-Mo- in April dora not fit the Cloud i have 'been shipping eggplant,, have donated their cars and their "'
Jet .preaching" and expressed the plans for the paving programwas i nopoly Plug Store. This position he Florida conditions, suggested that peppers, and cucumbers by expressfor tim.a; to help her take to their repec
m ccmu'ion< t'ict the stiawberry campaign completed last Saturday and the held becoming part owner of same I,I tftin state observe the first week in some time but quantity Is' only\ tive districts! the other patriotic

has keen- the best thing that total distance to be paved when the I until he was twenty-three. Fin Sing 1 I November instead. just coming sufficient to warrant carload Klssimmee women and girls who will ,

5 was ever accomplished in Osceola bond Issue carries totals approxi. this business very confining, he mov- I I Delegates to last week's convention lots. The first carload of tnii deliver the house to house, invitation.

county. The flrnt year's demonstration mately eight and three-quarter miles. ed to Summerfield, Marion county on highway beautification from the fall's crop will roll on next Wednesday District No. 1 will be looked after by

tJ\ of possibilities he said will be Two crews of surveyors were engaged with a capital of lees than $200 andstarted I Women's Club were: Mrs. II. Nelson thereby saving from seventy to'' Mrs. Dolph Walker; .No. 2,, Mrs/

I succeeded bv development, progress, in making this preliminary survey : a small store. After five I Makinson president of the club; Mrs. ninety cents per crate to the grower. James M. Johnston; No. 3, Mrs.: Harry ,

S and prosperity little realized now. The plans and maps are now being' years he was owner of a flourishing Haynes Bnnson Mrs. G. W. Best, Shipments going to New York make Piano; No 4, Mrs. John Cs4el;
Professor S. J. Johnson principal prepared and It Is expected that in country store and today the -Mayo- Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan. Mils Frances the trip in four day. bY'' express No. 5. Mrs. S. H. Bullock; No. 6.Mrs'

,1 of the Orlando schools made an impreskive another week sufficient progress will Lyles store is the largest general Bay, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. R. G. and are sold on the morning of the Haynes Brinson; No. 7, Mrs.; J- W.
address the needs of be made to enable the city commissioners store between Ocala and Dade City. Stanfield, and Mrs.. A.:,T. Morrison. fifth according to Earl,Lupfer, president Tucker; No. 8. Mrs. George 'Vf Per.

I S S Florida achooll.Mr.upon. Johnson appeared to determine the size of the In 1899 Mr. Mayo was married to I.I The Business and Professional of Osceola Growers. By", freight sons; No. 9, Miss Anne Squires: No.

' ed in the stead of O. I. Woodley, eec.S bond issue to be voted upon and definite Miss Nora Newsom daughter of Dr. Women's. Club sent as delegates Miss they make the trip in five days and *0, Mrs.;Anderson; No. 11, Mrs.1' De-
date set for the election.No W. V. Newsom,'of-Ocala. Mrs. Mayo are sold on the morning the sixth. Wilton Alderman.
: retary of the Florida Education Association bond issue ever proposed in has been closely Identified with her Helen Sawyer, president, and Mrs. S. The extra day Is more than made up
155 who was unable to be prea- I II. Buttock and Miss Margaret Stan and the Mrs., Howard Katz, Mrs. W; J.
of his busino'B undertakings the by
: in all refrigerated
with unanimous husband cars
Klssimmee. has met so >
, In stiid Mr. and Mrs.. Nelson Makinson will
life and
t ent. "Our chief job ford. U. J. Burrows Clay is from
S a response as this one, accord- and has insm'red .him with fact that there no handling
children Kissimmee look after the down town section. '
Johnson "isto; brine; up our Stanford represented the ,
the time the crates loaded until
S ing to the old residents. The peopleOf both ideas and enthusiasm. They are
better prepared to face the problemsof Chamber of Commence': Accompanying the ladies! who will
S modern rivilitatipn than we have Kissimmee realize that the street : have three c ldren. Mr. Mayo la anNATHAN they arrive at their destination drive their cars or who will use their

been We cannot live our own individual paving is not only a necessity, if the whereas express shipments make own In delivering the. Invitation. viibe
. :; is to with the oth..rFlorida t [ change at Sanford and at
lives today as we could in former ity keep pace I Misses Percie Oliver. Irma Holr-
. citien but that it in ville. The bigarJeument in
Jackson-I Ellanor Overstreet Jeanette
times, and we mmt equip our PROGRAM man.
children to denl intelligently with the even maintain present conditions. I i the !shipments Griffin, Margaret Waring, Jimmie
I ho of return to the
I matter
few of the iss'je
Vital Extremely opponents Sunday, :November 4, 4 p. m. Squires Vivian Floyd Dot Makinson,
problems. .
I to 90 cents crate I
70 a
have been evident and most of S From cepta'
Ethel Frances
Jo Makinson, Owen
Mi. us Johnson well ns told some some more unpll'n..antfat't. satiafyinjf them were influenced by a desire for Bl'oadwJ Bund Stnmi I' I II lot more f-hipmcfitthan will come to the by grower individual bv car-ex- Bailey, Dorothy Bullock, Mary Ran- t

.nes. Tc-n or t fifteen years! ago, '' more. pnvmg or paving In different l'nrHon, Joanctte Graves, May Wlnn
/ out- streets. than the tentative plans call VNTy1I' I .nross *hipnicnt. Augusta Winn, Mnmye Pilley, Kitherine -
he f ml I, Florida .schools were I IHRIMIEI'CiCERT! ; H II A number of /growers are going inogether
Ulan most. hooU\ for. ; .t. l3uri-nwclirccLor ] Ti'ler' Anne Shockley, Este'IeI'er'.ons !
st in"'ungly bitter .J. fir
make the en/load
howard M. __ to up
I unfort City Commissiniif r ." .. Virginia; Smith Patsy Ma-
of tuontlirin: -.t IIti'a. I'lIl liii- I. I who
to.lnFlori l"',, 1 K.' ? coIled upon nt jesteid iv'sineitinp .. \Vednesdav grower : km'-nn. Lucy I.upfer, and others. .)
atlv. this is not true of the ("hnn'b. .'f C.>mmorce Part One 1 h1l' from one to any number of criit"snf '
; r !Mr<. Anderson needs some more help lj
d i iIS. i'
chool 'Im1 not l- ,
program/ piodux to "vend > :
the mv ( ( I'
for a repc rt on piniiRpioRT.'im lereeV. P. Knglisliinti nnil anyone else who can assist in
chief) n-n 'h
li1.!| THe u Mn Royal ; I
iMilintr:' ,' "ii-1. 1 1"111' cir iIc"! to New York,
( w /
j i'ltci her
and boa upted w q i iitpjilaiiso thiK' wo-thv eniise should let
f' Cn is IIHCIIISO IK) stiltt'Wide proi'i ill Four; 1'uit"At'antu, iiul... wnl Inlotiiltil( l bv I lioiiciD: nw.., ;
whin In1, nn'iounoeil tin4 I in : i to be able to hero
. I h % __ V. F. :Sifr.incK' kn. "S. It f is hope
11 heretofoit ('I'fl opori'tive Cochran
I i in I:1 \\ho sei.t1Robert! T. .
five miles almost t ninelie < rrprr .before the R,llt \
from dinner
rrense 0 ii a day or so
and Morning;
i 1. i lin.ite the (re'neril .itizI'nf>hip us Par One Vr; 'urnp mil, Shipments may b >
Onjip.iny. !
urged co-operation arronir the entire (t all lay. at which time the final \11
. ,. I' Ilvmn of P-ratlise.
1 I.i t' ii '1"1 imil I remedio" SI' ,'on ,iIl'IW-J to hi' house or to any oth- .
the :
Mi, State! citizenship for pavingpro , "1'A Court Funition. : Now I, las will he gone over. :
roniplimi'tituj dealer
Johimort i in
I lie f'r coot msion mall ojr
of t heit!
Supo ,utendent} of Schnnlsf. S fi-im' for the irood loner. leiled, : I tint! P.lI't Three"I I/ove You _. .- I Yolk: whom the [jri,wer may ..!('oot.l The olhci committees too. have .
r. whurn' pud District I Director said! the rommi. i ini'udidin _ The Prince and Anna Retnllwill; lie made from t the <011ipll'e I: .pnthuMnntic t chairmen. who will baveiheir :.
the Ih.1'i weie mam' streets n't \ Cart[ Four The Uei-truttion of the work to do. and wi'l' do
Jmepli fbi mrr for tukinjr agtrri. that people I II dneit I to the grower. specific
si i"'i. I leadership in developing u in ( plans and many but Islanj I Atlantis.Serenade (;IrowrTH wishmtr to use this car it in the same !spirit. The matter of '
streets pnvej
Florida K 1- wanted their own A Night in June K.L.King i stuff is under the direction of '
: ( piogram. The < to mist pick nnd puck their own idveitising :l
that t this tnre, nftcr listening '
cation Association. wants thirtytat4lI :: from nil sources. they 111,01 i, brine it in on Wednesday morn- I Mrs. Ethel Stnrbird and various
thuusuii'l member In order thnt the Hiiggi-Ftii the streets which INTERMISSION II iiT.( Each crate must be plainly methods of railing; the attention of "-"J

..IOVIIII'of the orgapization may be hail decided upon would be for the bestinterest Part Two)1i1rch'an mill,ed with his. own name nnd the I the people'of Kissimmee to the rom-
realised These slogans!' are: I they whole. lie of : tfew York house to whu-h he wants Ing opportunity for service will beused "
of the city ns a ul1l"d Democracy
Florida boys and girl must have I behind MAYO it consigned. Anyone wanting further by her and her committee next 'g
put 'I, u.K. L. King
n' urged that everybody of
I Davis is chairman '
Earl Ellis
an for an education equalto I information should see "
opportunity "
desires In the matter =""Sincerity' __ __
them all personal! Overture n u and Will
active member the Methodist committee
I of County the speakers'
the or
best. for the general __ _______Geo. B. Barnard Lupfer, Horace Brown
All Florida boys and girls must and pull together I church and is affiliated with the Masons. - \jrent J. R. Gunn. with his other speakers put the question -
. have a real chance to get an education. -, good. concurred in Mr.Katz's . Knights of Pytlnas, and independent Intermezzo-Shades of Wolfe Night,Gill- >ert I' Eggplant hipper this year so far before the Kissimmea public Dr.W. .
I Ellis F. Davis Order of Odd Fellows. u-----L. ireClay. Partin. hum and Clint Bass C Norton is the chairman of the
and called attention ___K. I. KmjrStar
. Membership In the Association Is remarks, lie is interested in and operates a March-Ohio Division Coy RcaveH, Claude Tyson Ike Bron- ommittee on churches and will enlist t
", a dollar a year and the organizationS I to the fact that when paving was (Continued on 1'nge Eight) I' Spangled !Bann 'r.Fflmcis Key I lon. C. T. Wright and Ed McKee, the the aid of the other ministers of .'..".

. ..f' putting out a monthly paper which : once started it.would be impossible and I -_---_-_. _---- -_-_-_. ._-_-_--_n-__-_--_-_-- -- -- _. - -- -= rfst name-i also shipping; peppers. I' the city. Mrs. John Pugh has the
to it. It means progress of Red
stop preparing
:S comes to members free telling of the I Nave Brothers are shipping peppersrom Important job
value When one ,I + '
. needs and the being made. increased property ( their tiled tract and Lupfer Dross buttons, service flags, and oth- .
: f Mr. Johnson progress comolimented Osceola issue was finished there would be a I I md Weeks have both peppers and er equipment which Mrs. Anderson's" k .:
third. Increased! -
second and a PROCLAMATION and Steinbaugh are committee will use. Mrs. \
leading Florida in the consolidation cucumbers. Eby
' county as of the intereston '
would take care the committee
" of its schools, with the 1 In on the cucumber shipment and J. Katz is chairman ,
the bonds. J. Montgomery, of on arrangements in getting the, t
of Its educational P. Niswonger. W.
: thereby added efficiency '
",, advantages. The worst piece of road in the city I I ""ampbell, also is gelling cucumbers whole personnel together. J. M. \
has now been repaired It is the November 11, will be the fifth anniversaryof for ship- Rhine is chairman of the rural comnumty -
: J. Wade Tucker wax called upon to and the WHEREAS, Sunday, md will have several! crates ''\\1
. Ipp.ak. and he voiced his appreciationof stretch between the railroad Ocean-To-Gulf i iI the cessation of hostilities on the European battlefields; and I nent. work and will !get the people "
limits on the sections lined up and .
city In the
. -- country
the social features of the Chamber I I Government has delegated Important -- "
Highway otherwise known as I WHEREAS The United States M. Katz heads the auditing com
:, of Commerce which mean so much I Cape Breeze, and the Neptune Road.A duties to the American Red Cross in the care of the young CHAIRMAN APPOINTED FOR mittee. Allison T. (French is. Rail ..

" in the commercial life of the city andeommunity. carload of rock was received this men who sacrificed themselves in the national cause; and EDUCATION ASSOCIATIONSam Call chairman and in charge of pub : "

'. He expressed his regret and work started Tuesday on the Annual Roll .
week. WHEREAS Armistice Day is the date set for icity.
: at unable to attend more chamber this week '
A being that much dis-cussed high! L. Lupfer Jr., was %:
. ,", meetings. A. H. Gldding, former repairing The: new pavtng plans include Call of the American Red Cross; appointed chairman for Osceola coun- From the generous. response met. < :)'i .

I banker of Georgia, and Dr. way. Road but the repair workis NOW THEREFORE I, A. S. Gilbert as Mayor-Commissioner ty for the campaign for citizen memberships with by all committeemen whose J:4::'. :
: I Rents, a recent arrival and new citi- Neptune In order to maintain the cf the City of Kissimmee do hereby proclaim and set aside the hour in the Florida Education As- work has started so far the ,dica. \

.. -n of Kissimrnee were also intro- road necessary in passable condition until the from 12t30 p. m. to 1:30: p. nv, Sunday, November 11, 1923, as Red lociatfon. Klssimmee'a quota is 140 are that Kissimmea, too, -will" "'J I'tions

: .:i'daced. Mr, Glddinrs spoke most en- paring is done. The work this week Cross Roll Call Hour;,and I do 'urge,the people of this city In generous nembera. Saint Cloud Is asked'for ,,puU'increaae her Red Cress :mem.z Calf.rhe .... ',
Roll ;
.,. |tertalnin!rly for aj few moments In done under the direction of City numbers, to respond favorably to the invitation to membership ' 108,,.Deer Part for 15, Narcootaee I bership through tais-year'a ,

.;,4 BJhlch he landed Florida! and the splr4 was pouyhtea. which will be extended at that time. ..10, and,five each are set as the quo- local ehapUr of tha organisationlopea and .
: shown in the tIn* Une, not forget-. Manager.. . for Campbell, 'KenwirvUle,, and.1.1II to secure, membership"",
:: ; :, -S l "' -- S tN WITNESS WHEEEOFi.: .I:iaraThareundar-aet: .my hand and as 1 'dopaaona-anott li 1nOD'"' to.

:',1'r his l loyaltY, toinii. o ,:. *t&' IXECUTfl'i MEETING OF seal 1 Ioftb.. City. of ,Kiasimmee., this'4P--SOUi 'day.<.., ..October., ,A. D.. jokoaee.M.mbershIi'Ts the Florida- Educa-. lar france er a !Ked'er. >jiMle. health,

: i 1 WOMEN'S CLUB CALLED 1928* > t '-,1* * II lon Association as outlined by Pro-; tana., )SOme.of the'h...aan'lUsiBuna' ,

WALTER KNIGHTI lutWeek'* .ra plaoniair on'$.t
j 'r1GMflG A.; & GILBERT, 'essor' Sexton Johnson at;

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:ANNUAL REPORT OF Z04-W. L.VI"n ........_...J.hy..lcl.n tleL 1.. I"2..oct.. 1. 111Z' 10.00, 1.,0
201lJasV.. Sage _____..... .Mer"hal'\t Oct 1.! 1IIU-<)(:t.' 1. llU 1.00 l.tlO I t
JO.-M... R. U. Uatch..r..JlI..r"h.nt' 1. 11122-<)('t. I. 111111 1.00' 1.60
207-I. k8' View H"t"I_.._---_.-..Hotel Oct? I, 1112Z..oct. 1. ll1U 1.011 Z.IIO
IK-Ind..pen.l Fisherlee-.d.. f. .h. Oct. 1. I"IZ--c.ct. 1. 11123 10.1\11 Ii.....

"Dort of Urenae Issued by the Tax Collector duplicates 'of which havo JOIl-joJ. 55. Brown ,....___...1I1..r'ha..1 Oct. I, 1921etl 1. lf181 4.1'00 J.III !
been nld with the County Judge for the period brKtnnlriM on the tlf..t day :nO-I'"rk lintel _.____ _______110101 Oct. 1 I. 11121--0..1. 1. 11I221 6.011 a.GO:
of October A. 1) 18JZ. and ending on the first day if October A1). 1923. 11I-Candh.r Lumbrr t'o._. _'-I..r"hRnt O..t. I, 11I21--c.lcl. I.' Ifill a.II" 1.1i0
ut7rtaI ot..1 1 212--c.'a"dl"r Lumbpr' Co..HRW 'Mill Oct, 1.. 11122--0't. 1. 111221 6(1.00( 111.100

Front "'rum I,113---1'1..A. ___....Haker)' act 1.'IIII1I1"t.> 1.1"13 l.tlO 1.60 Save $3.00
Period of Each Each IH-K..nn..lh Rolhrock ...;_,,_ _. Number 70 'Vhon For "hat I 1'.1)1' "arly 216-W..... 11. K..tnpC nO. _1I1..r..ult. Oct, t. 111I2ct. I. 11121 111.00 6.00
orGrsnled l'urpoH8 For ]torLtcen.e IIR-P'r"y 'TIndall __ _____ ____Barber O<,t. I. 11112--oct. 1, 11123. 2.11" 1.00
1,"rom \Vh"n T.' When Rate 4'euhty1tandard 217-n. 'VAffon"r; _____ _, lIl..r'hant o<,t. I, 1921\. 11128 a.('" 1.60
IItH-Malhe" & 11.1'1')' JKt.JlI"I'chnnt let 1 I. 1922-01. 1. 11128 3,1111 1.60
211.-'r..d lIcl.aulChlin! ___ __1I1..rc.I.'t (143. 1 1. 1\122--01.\ 1. 11123 3.11" 1.60
(111 C0. "'h. 011 n".r' (\'L t. III 22-4')<,t. 1. 192$. 25,00 '1J.lio! 11I1111"t. 11123 10.110 5.044 1
112t1--3. F'. IValtrr ___ _ ___1''urn.. IIItl. Oct' I. 1.
Itand.rd 011 Co. Wh. ill :Hen-r) net, 1. 1112:1-01. I. 191:! r..IIU nr 22J-Mr.. Grace c.'ulkl\l. _ UI'KtaUrl\l1t o<,t. 1, 1922-0cl. 1. 11123- ,10.0n Ii.otl

I-I" n. Price 1\I..rc. Co.. Mer"h..nt Oct. I. 19:12--c.Jtot.: 1. 1923 3.1111 I.liil 122-H. L. Bowen, __ _ __ ___Mrrchxnt. Oct. 1. 1112Z--c..t. 1. 1"28 a.tllI 1,6// Purina Cow Chow. cost
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liaA., & I I. Oct, I I. 11122--(1\) I I. 19:13': 2.402291'441x1411
10-JRm.. Hoolts ____ __ ._M"-h.IIH Oct I. 1112:1-0..1.: 1 I. 11'23 3."" 1 WI1 ," ,, j 22M-! "( """ 1"-1''lIrmer.11'' \Iot, II..:/ Fire I'u., net 1. 11122--4"1 1 1. 1923 2.341, weeks. This special offer holds
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14A.or, "French Rent Estate .lu. III 01.( I 1. 1"22--11.1. 1. 11123 III.,1It, 5.0." 232--r".11 .Farnp y. '\g. Na. 1-1. flip 'h.t. I. 1)422-fiet) I. HI23 2.344 a or more
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18-lIruwn 'Uro: Co.. __ __ _Merchant 01 I. 1422---ct. 1. 1923: 3.011 L5/4 I
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III-V. 111. Hill __ _ ___ ____. _Merchant ocl. 1. 11122---1).1. 1, 11123 3.011 lr"1" 2311- 'al'HolI I.'ar"wr.1{, H. ArrangementsFlorida
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21-0 F. KrlbbsuLR.'e'?' Ocl. 1. 1. 1923 III.Od 5.141
21-\V. J. Steed ______ ___ __ __Lawcr UUI.. 192 -O<'I. 1. 11123 10.00 6."" 241-' IIrRon Jo'nrll1f'r.Il'. K. 5'. k M) ro. I..t. 1 I. 11122-0't. 1. 111:13: 2.GO
_ / l42-'l\r..on farmer" AI(. H. l:. E" S. o..t. 1. 11I22-Ucl. 1. I11t3 2.60243Carson
24-H. W. Humm..1 _ _Merchant Oct. 1 1. 11122-4'I L 1923 SAd Ir./I
Farmer .\ ", U. H. F. k G. 42t.: 1 I. 1922--II't. I. 11123' 2.110
II-Ferlu.on Dry GOOdR Co. .t..rch Oct 1 I. 19:2---1). I. 11123 7.r.0 3.75 ;
21-101. M. Reynolds. uuMflr..hnnl Ocl. I. 1922---0. 1. 11123 3.00 l.roo 244--<(<'...rKon Farmer. "R'. Fr. Lltr ON 1 I. 111221.. 1. 1021:! 2.1i0
( 4. 27-1. Mallory __ __ ___ __ __ Merchant ()("t. I. 1922---1kl. 1. '.23 3.00 I/ill/'al..,.. N K. ('0.. 1.r.hl\lIl\ 11<,1, 1. 11122-01. 1. 1l23 ::1..0. l.r.1I '
ZII-IJ. A. Harmon _ __ ___ _ Merchant Oct 1. 11422--4)ct. 1 ,, 1923 3.00 Iroo 246Lake'ales N. K 'u"", 'r..hlt..1. ()d. 1 I. 1922-"cl. 1. 1923 3,1 I.GU Feed Stores

2ti-ld..s Grocery __ __ __ uM..r..h..nt Oct. 1. 22-Ot.t.. 1. lU3 :3 O'. l.t.1I 247lakeI'ales N, S. ,'u,. I"r'hnnl Oct. 1 I. 1922--0el. 1. 1t23 3.1111 1.50
30--0. A. Peed _..___ __ __ Ierchant k1. I. I U2.-t 1"1. I. 11123 4.roO 2.2r. 2411-I.ak. Wale" N. S. Co,. 'ru. HIIII Oct. I. 1922't.. I. 11123 3..0 I r.60
31-8am Drammar __ ______Merchant 0..1. 1. 1922--01. 1. 11123 (..Ii.2,26 249-11. Stanley HullockH. B. AlI't Oet I. 1II22-.t. 1. 1112& 111.1.111 5.410 306 BROADWAY
33.1V.. Matthews ____ __Merchant Oct. 1. 11122--01. I. 1923 3.111\ 1./ill/ 250-11'0. Slal.r u __ '_ __ _Merehxnt n.t I, 1922-th.t. I 11)3: 3.11" 1.511 <
33-1'.opl..s Hank ____ ___ .Itank 0..1. I. 1 II 2 I--Od. 1. 192:1: lli./lIO/ 7.6/1/ 21i1-Ofl.0111 Turp 4'11Turp. HIIII (Sit. I. 1022-4kt 1. 11123 214.410. / 10.011
3t-Jo'r.derl. Stevens.. Real ":N. ." Itt. nut 1. 1922- )el. 1. 1923 10.00 Fi.O'1 252-.4h..'euln Turp. ('0.. _-alerchud n.I.I. 11122-uct. 1. 1.,23. :1.041 1.60 TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
311-'red..rl.. Stevens. Agi. Nla. F. 1, .net. 1. 1022-4k'). 1. 1923 2.60 253-101. 'r "'., n..l..r __ _____ _;)fo.r"hnl1t ( ...1. I I. IPl2-l'cl.: I. 11133 300 1.\10\
31-Frederlc Stevens, AgI H. U. S. ..-t. I, 11I22-kl. 1, 1923 2.50 214-Hoy J. lIennhu ___ __ __1).1..1.! ON. 1 1. 192 -U..t. I. 1923 1400" 6,00
'i 37-Hpdrl'k k H..drlck u _. __HRk..r' 0"1. I, 1922-- ('1. 1 1. 1923 3." I.t.o 215-\ S. F..I..le0.:1.. 0.1, I, 1022--4 let. I. 11023 101114'' c.."" CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
381. t.. l10ldwln _ _ __ lII..r'.hanl net. I. 11122--1. 1. 11123 3.00, 1.60 250-\V. J. NclsunIt.' iii J..I..I.(1.. (1.1. 1. !11I22--'lct. 1 I. 1923 1" "II 6,00
I C 39--\\. H., (teal ";M.I.' \111 net.( I, 922-0l", 1. 1923 3 (1'1(' I.r,II "67-4': $nlllh 4 144 (4.1.: 1: 1922--4)'t.) : : 1923 I 1011:: Rao
40-Pha" Harlh _. __ _ _Meat )Mal, ,..t ...I. 1 1. 1922--'1. 1. 11123 Sue" 2 Fill 1253-1 ( : \ $111110:: : : _ :\I' rrhuol:; tl. t.: I : I922--4)e): 1 : 1 23 3x0 150
41-3. No Poole itniler .... I 19:12--: ) ...'. 1. 1923 2.h'. 114(4(' 59IVnlter' < I hant ue) 1 1922 net.: : 1923 :Inn 151} Headquarters for
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43- ";. 1. Bird _h _ __ _111<.1'.11,1' net 1 I. 1922--4'.1.' 1. 192:1: 3449 15'1., h"h"fl"" II .I4.lrsdurnlrl. 1..h..II',. O" t. 1 1.111220", I I. 1l23! :34114 1.G41
44-"', H. Seymour _ _1lerehnnt Od' 1. 1922 -< '<'1.. 1. 1923 30" 150 //2':: 3-. l'hel.ter O. I ...I..d..r' saw. 111111, mart J. 1122! ,"d, I. 11123 III 00 :, liB
45J.v. "Il-k..n. _ Merchant Od 1 1. 11122-0et. 1. J123! ::10"! I 151 : -J I: Imprei. 14 letna lug 4':, n 1. 1422Ott 1923 2.144
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77--NnlOn/ IIr"'l'r _ .I" 71<- r II. Summers :l1.'h"1. nel. 1. I"22-nrl. 1 1. I '!.I ':4 ..11 1 I't ..; \ S: 4(1)4( ) \ ', , ( ."" 4t J I 1'22 ''I I I'.1 L.11 1 14t UESULTCALUMET
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113--.1.. F.. IIR"on hh '.. 1..r<'hlf"l net 1 1. '2-"l'1.: I I. I'+19 '((1111 1 ;n, ;\ ""al,, .Inhnst0n. 1\1'" net 1.1":12(: u.ot t 1 I 12:1! : I" nu .-. 410
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6--.J.. .\. Mel'Mrlh __ 1-:1. ('..nlrll.t", Ocl. 1 1., 11122--0..1, I I. 123! 500. 259 ::1..3C. ,I' :\: .'.%..1.." 1:111': 'hel. 41.1, I 1.'t! 11(1\ I I. 12! : .'ua 1 1411" ,
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117-l'alll1 Thl'all'rh'leturr Shaw O..t. 1 1922--0..1.. I. 11123 Inns 5419I 305I: TIlIo'r1{ F41 iluuls', F 1 'u 44,, 1 1"2J art I 1. 1"21 :."
I 88-IIIil18 l4aynre. _ _ .M..r'hltnl 0"1. 1.1\122-0\ I I. 11121 300 I I"" 34,47i: 1'111"r_ .\>< r, .I' I pls. 4'14. 1k'1 1 1422--nr4 1 1-23 1 Su The Eoonom
I 1111-1', I U. Marine _ _ III'UII.IMI,. 0"1. 1 I. f22-0el.! 1 1. 1 1923! : 4.50" 225;; 3"7 :\1 '1',11.\, \' AK \YrMrhesh'r Flre" nrL 1. 11122 u.1 I 1911 2 Gu BAKIIVO POWDER
90-1'. D\ Marine h _ _ UruKRl Od. 1 I. 1922-01. 1. 1\12:1\ : ,5" 2.25 30M-M Till"1(', S. IIr & :Mere I. Oct 1 1. 11I2 0'1 1 I. 12t! : 2541
91-A. T.1 French __ __ l'hoto.lCrllph..r 0..1. 1 I. 922-0..t.. 1 I. 1923 L00/ 2..11 :3119M.: TllIl'r. AIC. I'r0v.V., III" ( ... 0l'1.) 1. 1922- 'r 1 I. 1112:1: 2541 Is truly the
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III-H. )(. Breaker nnMl'r..h..nt ( )<,t. I. 1922--<< ,..1. 1 I. !U2a 3.11' ) ..5094H. 911--Mrs T J. lI"'k"'Lne.lflur..t" ()('1. 1. 1922-"<'1. 1 I. 1 023: 5140. 250Afarket WOIJ'* great*

M. Breaker __ __ __ _-Barber (01. I 192Z--<< ','I. I, 1923 3110 I.r.o I 312-I'h'I.I<," :l1o'l1Iurk1] n..t. i, 1N2Y-act. I. 1922; Sun 2r.O .
1.I 96-H. M. Breaker __ _3 Pool Tahl"H Oct. 1. 1922-0..1. 1. 1923 711,00 37,50 312--'o0sunu.rn 1. k Y. .'otrrehnul 41ct. 1 I. U22--.I. I. 1923 34111. 1 1'00 'a ca .
III-H. M. Hreakrr. heal .Estate Agt Oct. 1. 1922--o..t. 1. 1923 10.11 5110. I 314-11. II. PrlorlC"r.H..IC)rage Iru'k Oct. I, 1122-0f't! 1. 1923 5.011, 2 r.II
117-NR than Porter __ _1 PoulTIt.I" Oct I. 1922---1)"t. 1 I. 1112:1: 21\.11/1\ / 12.6') 315-I), A. H..hl\lN. _ I'hol."rlllh'r Oc(. 1 I. 1922-Get. 1 1. 192:1: Sun. :26011. I or powAerFoOd
118-Joh" Granger ___ ____HI''laurant O<,t. I. 11121--ocl. 1. 11123 fiOO 25.. I 31 S--..II 8, HarU..1I "I..rdunt Ocl. J. 1922---4 'let. 1 1.1923 4 5i. :.2r.
911-.r........ Parlmure _.__Barber Shop Oct. I. 11I23--o..t. I, 1923 1'00 .50k 3171. Y. Mast __ ____ _ __ lIpr..h..nt) (.)ct 1. 11I22--.t. 1. U2J: 3.Oo, l.roO
100=.1 McPhatter, neal, state .\ltt. Oct 1. U2Z--oct. 1. 1fo23 111:00: r/IO:/ 310-Albrrt \\-llIlam.. Merchant OC'1.. 11I22--c.1. 1. 114J! and 1.1)
101-140 H & Ernest I' Merchant O<'t. I. 22-0ct.. 1. 1IIn 3,110 1.1i0 3111--11'. Anna l'"t..rlmnR.laurant Oct. 1. 19Z--c.lct. I, 1923 10,00 1iIHI
10Z-1"K & Ernest. Prevalt Restaurant Oct. I, I 9211-<)..t. 1. 1923 11.0/1/ 2.11/1/ 320-N"ark. Show ___. ______ __ _l4how c\'t. 1. 192Z--4IC't. 1. lliU 26.MI 12.60221Ellla .' :
'1 lOa-Rank of. 0"01. Co..u.ulllink Oct 1 I. UU--oct. 1. U23 11.00 7.10 F. '' DaV'A' _...,,_'t'r Ocl. I, lI1U-<"lct. I. 192'1 10.IB'' 5.00 -; ,
44 104.Merchants A to'armer. !nank.Halik Oct' 1 I. I 922--ocl.. I, l11Z3 '15.00 7.1i0 322-10" PI..dl.r h....__:..IAwypr Oct. I. 192J..lJot. 1.11123 ,,10.011IIU'O.\
10&-1\frL J. n. Woodheek Merchant Oct 1... 19Z2- 106-\. E Munderson (,'0.. Merchant Oct. I. JP2Z-0ct. 1. 11123 7.GO 3:711: 324-"'. H. Jefforda. AK 1 I'.' C'RU"y Co 0..1. I. 1022)-"..1; 1. 1923 ;" uoni* 2:611: ; : It'
107-\V; 1'.' Sander..on. Opt.. perma" Oct 1. 19Z'-.oCI. 1. 1923 10.00 3.044, 325--"". )). U"I" _ ___ -_ __ I'h.I..lall. (k'I. 1. I IIZ 2-< 1("(. I. 1923 10.00 1i..U i. '
108-3. H. Rl'ddlltnM..r"h"nt o..t. I. 1022---Ott.<< 1 1. 11123 ::1"0 1.,11 3ZfI-John R"nul"I __Merchant 01. 1. 11122- I't. t. 1123' 306 1.154/ .ru 4"
109-1 )''''a Y. Story _ _ Merchant 0"1 1 I. I 92Z--Ol'I.. 1. 1923 7,6" 37;; 327- S. It AlIlIman1< H. InN ,'0, Oct. 1. 1922--let. I. 11123: :2! 5"
110-10.. I.. Fennell .UIII'lwr Ott. 1. 11122--4let.' 1. 1923 :3041 I 1 ;S9; (2): )( S Ii. ,\III1.nun. \IC. :N 0 .I Inx 4'0 llr .1. 1 11122 11'1 1.41423 2':."
I 1I1-MR.rll" M..rk1 Meat Mllrk1 Oct 1 I. 1922- ...t. I I. 1923 r..11I 2 r.II' 329N: II VItluttllK, NO: 1. 1. ( 'u uol 1. 11122 net I. 1"23 2:! S4"
112--T It. Itennetf1erehnut net I I. 1 1\122-\ -0.1. 1 1. 1112:1: ;1410, 1 1541 3(01-; II .\ullm.. .., .\.1 >St" 1'.1 I 4'e 1)1'1.. 11122 ll I. 1 I. 123! 1541.. *-
113--. iv1"Ilder I'hoto rll"IH'I' O..t 1. 1922-net 1 12:1! : G Ox 2 51.. ::131) S II ,.lultnla14u \I I .F & Al 1 net. I. 1122! -au. I. 192'1' : S4. '
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119-.. No (141hrrl I ,'u, :l1"I.hlll1'. 401. 1 I. 11122- 0,1. 1. 112:1! : 64(44; ::419' ::1.:7: II I ; >-1',, !H".r ,I.. .\1 Ott. 1 1922 'h'l I. 1"2'1 III",1,, Bakng
120-1t H. Floyd __ _ M. . hitTI. 01 )1. I 1922- art I. 171 I 45, 2 2 -. I 1:1.1': I F, S ', ), IIhll,1, ) I)1 1 I 112! : ar 1. I I. 14.:: 't, ,00,,, 1 54
1Z1-J\l, Jullu" Smith 11.,1 1 01'1. 1 I. 1922-111.1 1 1. 1(423! : 509,,,' :.u ::11"" II >-1.r..1' , ,,,,1 1.1.: ,. tut 'art 1 1922- 4l I. 1"21 lunn :.4141 Saloslo.
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124-l'huM.. 111..111 1"'hll"l" 4,4 .1.I L.2! "net' I I. I)471!I :( inn' 1 I.S4 ,. II ( ..itlniurd.u. , V ,Vt 111 1'41 411)) I I. In2 4l..1. I I. 1 1923 .n
125--1.,. 11 I H. ('ushnunl. OMI"OI'" ; " O"1.1. 11122- -f)," ::142 asmuc of a century -
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127 Pr. b Oerbnhlre I'hvslcinn O.1. 11122-.1.. 1. 192:1 1 : 10.111" 5uu', ,, I II( I5)Ill) ? \I"rh nit' net 1. 122! 4't, I I. 1".21 gun I S.,
128f D. IIIIrkber Hawk"" 'trtt 1. 1"22-,"",t. I\ 1 1121! 55 '("II' 1262. i :146I,4 3443New': :: ; St 1"1, 11.1', 1 It..lo\. 1 net 1 '1922;' 4't 1 1. 142.1:';': I.. 41' ; .."' of49nr
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131-11,11', , ." :\\10\ J 'I"UII" K 0'1. I. 17'r : ::14' :\"I..h'' l brand- I
122---II..1 I. 1'021 ,11\11"( ,,, k Tluk.I. 1"'hll,1; II"l I I. IH2( 4t I. 1"1 5 110,,, 1 32..
132-f'ringl.' & 1utrey I".hllll': 0"1 1 122--!' ", I. 4 I. 192] :( Sou I L..,' 141'' :I'"I"fll1' K'.il'.I 1t'xl.In, '.w11. ....4 1 1922 -net. 1. It.\: 50'. 2541.
133-tin )lev'x ;r"c'I\' _ A'erchan : I et. I. 1422--ur! 't I. 112:1! : 4"" 2 25 I ::1f-Jlll1l1'M" ,, Lodge 110.1 I (Ott I I. 1 122! art, I 12J6"! : 7Su.
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135lIft."I"1'1"/ "'. 1",01.'r" J.: 1i 0,1. J, 132o"1! 1 123! ro""' 21... 1102 I. K: 4'ud, 1 'l.t,w" .'1 n. t. 1.1"22-1, )I. 1 11l\! : ,to, uu. 5 nu7S4 .
U6-J .t. II tl (Ik"1" Plumb, U1. J, 122--0"1! I 123! 5,1., 3r.3 .1 K. "till art I 11122 : ,
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I U -A.. DL 11111111. } (1'( ..h",1, I 0"1. I. 122--.0cl! 1..4\1"3 75" 3 11311 1-- :150; -r. 11.: TIII..r \Ior..h"n.. O"t I I. ,1422- '','1. 1. 123:': : 3''04)' 1 r./I/
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141- Kl\tz' Suns I..h'1111, (1. 11122-o 1. 1112:1: 195(1 !4.75; 3r.II--I''. Mero1 1 _ '_ 1"I'halli ,\ ,,t Ii 1. 1922- '440E 1 1. 1'2:1: 1 roll ; .
142-MIH'h III'''", _ 4lI, : II .(.. net. 1. 1922-0ct I I. 1923 11).11(1( 5.4,14, 36"- L. 4' T..I" 1"'hlll1l" \IJlIII.) I422u.I 1. I'I!': ) 15" ; :,
143- J\1..d) III'"", _ 'rll''". "'II'un'' 0,1. 1. 1022-! "'1 I I. 112i! : 15 'II' 7 ro"Hlulr ::161 1 \1 I ll\lh. ws Al 1'r<'hllll'1>1111,1.22-1" t. 1. 1924! : IU:; 7',
\ )(I"lnlnlt ('0.. who n, I 1"111.." 01. I I. 1922--(><'1..1.1 I123! "51111 12.54'' ::1I:2-: 1. I lr4w /11..1 I I':ot.,14" 1C"lIt \Inlll. 1922--pct. 1. 11Il'1 t 2 J4
145-IIRY". rate _ _ It" -1'1urvlt ()<,t. I, 1922--0. 1 1. 123! 10.00, r.-.I ar.3-- IS; It..) ,1..I,1,4 \I" t ('ha0) .\1.1111, 1922-OII! 1 I. 193: Ir.II 7r.,
1411-l"a) x."11 __ _ :\1" i.l "t "" 1. I I. IAY'1---4r I I 1923: 8 u4 I i.t. ;a.14ltr"h, I. Young Mrrehnnt, 51,111 1. 1422 -"I 1 191: 11.11 7 -
47--\\', Makln'.n (" . 1.,."I"+. .,t .et. 1 1. 1922--0..t 1: 11123 21011 1290' 361'- \\'. J. G Isun ,\K. ( I', I'u Uri 1. "'22 114.1 1 1 1. 1427:! :2 5" Variety' Store
1 --\\'. It :\1..kln..nn en" '1 1...,. sup 4r.. 1. 1922-0cl, ]I. 1923 p"O 2 r.II :!6r.-> L"y'r Ak'r _ . It.' .nnt \1',11, 1 I. 1'022lit'. 1 I. 11123 2 ro 12r.
411--1"11\ Feed. Store _ __ :\1.." h..111 ncL I, 11I22--o.t. 1 I. 11123 300 1.Ii" 3117-101"111 n..k..ry __ _ .\"rllll22-0! < l. 1. 19:1:1: I Ir,,, 7f, Miar's
Ir.U-J.'mlnlC & Hon _ :\I'r'h.,111 nrL. I. t2-.0't: 1 1. 1923 4.50 225 3liM-\1.: \". 1I..rH..1 EMl": AIl'.nt' ,14''..t I. 11122-1 1 1. 1923 111/1/ r. 'ii' ,
llil---C'ornl'r 0,.... ('o. _ _ :\1.'ha"l Oct.. '1 1. 1922--0\ 1 1. 1112:1: 300 1.541 ::1611--1' F5: :Morgan 1.10.) (.0.. I.u Ynnl '\1'1'111.11122. -, 't'!. 1 I. I 1928: 75o. a 7f
d 162KIHflltnm.'h.. (n. ('u,. t 'h o't. 1. 1\122-\(01\ 1 I. 11123 1500 7'i'." 370--('. 11 Adams :Merchant '\1'1'111. 1922-1"1 I 1. 1921 1 r.1I 75371N.w
/ 161-RIRnII'Y'8 Pharmacy _ __ nrulllCloI 0.... 1. 1922-.t l I. 192:1: 7 rlI 37f. : / 1... r... __ _I.'y Truek Aptil1.1922-I,'!, I 1. 11121 250. 12f,
U4-Mldway Grocery _ _ ..'h"1 4)cl. I. 1922-.t. I. 1.23, 460 2.2r. 372- :<(.'''' ,h'" ( '".. ) l"'r) Trull.Inlll.1. 1922-"t'. 1. 1923 2.0 1 26W
156-KI..lmme.) Aulu C 0.. _ _ _JRrl\lCl' "'I. 1. 1922---0..t. I 1. 11123 11100 roIII166A. ( -- Real Store
('. Ton _ __ _ __I1"'bl'r OCI. 1. 1922-lcl. 1 1. 1923 2011 1.440, Bargain
U 1 157-A. C. Tyson _ _ _ _ "It'r'halll Ocl. I 1922-'I..t 1 I. 1923 34.0 I roll ... T I. Cnin.'r ('Olin) ) Judge'. anti (4' I I.. H".h'. Tux (.oU."r. of Bald.
UI-A. C )'.. __ -- __ - pool table OCI. 1. 1922--0..1, I, 11123 2(1" 12'5015t1"lI ,'''UIIO', dn 4..1\1)\ that Ih..".III"- I.s'nrrect. Oh'n under ..ur h".IM nudOfOctnl ,
)' Market __ - __ _ __Alrrehant 01. 1 I. 192-.t I, 1112:1:) 3(111 1344 I 14,441 .C C"unly Judg" Ihl.. 2".1 .Iny 01 Oeiuher A. \D. 1923.
1 16o-Kh"lmm. But \\.k.. bot. works Oct 1. 1422-- 0c1. 1. 1923 1000 51(I., 1' L. 4'OAIEn: r14ant ) ..luel". _
1: 111-. C. Hr)'an __ _ __ _ .Merchant 01 1. 11122-0..t. 1 1. 1923 7.6" :3.75 t.. I.. II.\SII". Tax (1"011..1..1' .
1 161-\\. Kasbohm.I'hutographrr nrL 1. 1922-01. I I. 1\123\ 5110 2 r./I/
,, 163-HItn... Urln.un _ _ l'h.I"'l\n II't. 1. 11122--/1 1. 1923 I" "0 r..flll
k, 164-H, M. 0..1".1' _ u _ I'b"flh-Ian 0.1. 1. 1922-<'1. 1. 1923 111.1)11 5,00/
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The world knows a New
IIII-BroRh"Rv (Ul1rRK" lIarolt" Od. 1. 1922-,1. I. 1923 1" ne 5.4)0/ goods coming in day.
166lv.. I'rrsons. Co_ _ Merchant! kl. J. 1922-0..1. 1 1. 1923 136/1/ 1I:7r.: called Florida. What does that same assembly, line at the Ford Motor every

l 167-T"n Cent Store '_ _ .1\t.'chanl, o<'t. 1. 192Z-O..I. 1. 1923 450 2,25 world know about Kisnimmee and Os- I Co. plant in Highland Park on Octo

() 118-tl, 111. Taylor No, I. _ I..rchQnl 0..1. 1. 1922-0"1 1 1. 1923 fO/l: / 3'1 '? little let every- ber 4, it is announced. The last half
ceola county Very ;
F 111(1.1.] Try'lur No 2_ -.Merchant (kt. 1. 1922--0..t. I, 1923 100/ L50 1 *
4 1700. 1If. Ta'lor__ _ _ _ _JIIer"ha lit 0<'1. 1. 11122---0..1. 1. 1923 300 1.50( body co-operate in compiling word million motors were produced in seven -
( 1"J1-Ju. N. Taylor No. 6. _Itof..rehallt "..t, 1 I. 1"22-0..1 I I. 123! 300 1.511 and picture a comprehensive editionof I days. leas. than I three months, for
171-Walt..r Harris __ -Can. l'lumbpr tI\ 1. 19Z2-.I. I 1923 1\ Oil
:260 thTs that will tell the story. Motor No. 8,000,000 went out July 11
d 17a-Q. 1.. Hammock _ _ _ He..t.uranl 0..1. I, 1922-o..t. I 11123 11/1'/ 2.,1), ) paper Give trial 'and be
174-4'1. I.. HammockMerchant ,,<'. 1. 1922--0..1. I 1123 3.00 1 l r.. What a large city accomplishes this year. us a convincnd we

17&-0. L. Hammock __3 pool tables 0<,1, I. 1922-'t. 1. 1923 71i,01l 37.60 through the efforts of rightfully conducted -
171-.1. (). GallatlnhEI. Contractor tI<,t. 1. 1922.1. I. 11123 6.0/1/ 1.111 co-operation, may be garnered! ----
nT-I. n. Estate Agent O<,t. 1. 19U-Oct. 1. 11123 10.00, 6./1"/
US-I.. n. 1..mbAIt. I'h. tn.. roo Oct. I. 1922-Oct. I. IUS 2.50, in proportion by the smaller cities. Help I he Red Croat do everywhere, sell for less.

1711-C. O. Tiner. ______ ______Herchant O.'t 1. 11122-O..t 1. lliU 2.00 1.50r It is all a question of earnest, sincere, what would do if there.
you were
r ) UO-l'l.' n. Chapman Real Estate Altl. 01.. 1. 1'22-4'"t. 1. lU8 10.00 GII.1:
UI.-Th. Palm. CaeRestaurant Oet 1. 19U--oct. I. 1123 10.00 5.01)) actual co-operation. Will you be a Annual Roll Call Sunday November

f I 1 UJ-.The 'Palm. Cate _______:JtoI..hant Ol't. 1. IUI-O..t. 1. un 3.00 1.50 co-operator ? Ask the Booster Editorof 11, from 12:30 to 1:30: p. m. Will you
lla-.J. W Tuner n..t. 1. UU-OCt. I, 11113 3.00 1.60
1 7 y' ." 114-Th. White Kitchen Restaurant Oct I, UU-OCt. 1. UU 3.00. ltlO The Gazette to tell you about the answer "here" when your name is
4 U5-Th. White Kltchea Merchant Oct I. lUI-Oct. I, U23 ..00 1.110 tf
plan. called
1 '136=fek.alde Veneerlntr Mliie. o. tan. OC't. 1. lltl-Oct. I;' un 1tI.80 1.10 ?
M 1187.-t> Cloud lee! .. Cold $t. Co", I. f. Oct 1. IIU-<)c1.. I. IUS IG.OO 5.00 Special Palm Olive Soap 3 29c ;
111-.1. D..Cbunn', ......____Pby.lclan Oct. 1. 111111-oct. 1. 111II1 18.00 ItO 1 - - bas

p pi4 ,219-8.. W. Porter..RealE.tate, Atrent Oct 1. 1II1I--ocl. 1. 192. 10,00. 100.011tHH. ,
W. Porter Pro WL In.. Co. Oct. 1. ttU-<)ct. I. lUS 1.60 I .
..5'11.2-.H.'W'Porter.'AgtI.' \ Ce.' of. N. A. '(k'L 1. UU-o..t. t, II11S 2.50 SEND TOUR DRESSES, RUGS,'DRAPERIES, etc. r arid

t3 .4 'I1fS-l'I.iOW"' , PDrter..t.-.A..t H. V. J, Co. .Oyt IUs-.oot., .. 1923 .t .110 one cake' "
t i 'x ......,." .w" Porter. Aet A.tna 2p. Co.' Oct. 1.. ItU--oct.. I.. un 1.11. ,r) n, .9 TOMONTGUIERX --. IR.
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t.o..o..o.i. NARCOOSSEE RECALLS: II W. ,C. T. U. NOTES-. . -- ". " .

COME ON., IN, THE 'QOINQ'S FINE I HEALTII- REPUTATION' On Friday afternoon, October '26, - --- -- -- -- -

--- I there was an unusually 'interesting v '
Boosters .
illustrated Of Former Sanitarium Rite program given by the Union at the :
When the big "Co-opiratlve'BoosteaNsmber" t
of The Cleaning Up And Advertising City I 1 I (Chapter' House. A Mothers'Dayprogram ...
Gazette appears. and some mention or reference to the individual In uesv.aaaa oa. t I
Procreaalv Oaecola
in the lire of this Spirit ,I was given -- each part of ,
part you are playing: community i I. not made please j
< do not blame anyone other than yourself. It often happen that some '(By S. J. 'Triplett) 1 I which concerned the responsibility of u.
parenthood and the
haa been approached and in Narcooaiee development of t
citizen an indifferent manner told the Fla., Oct. 30. There Is
wlicitor makes a note of the return call and return? He meeu,with a story connected with Narcoosseo! character.temperate' :in all things In I I
nolieiotr makes a note of the return call and returns. He meets with' that is worth telling, has'to do our rVIII
Probably the> main feature of the
the same reception marks the indifferent one off his prospect list with the one thing that all mankind occasion was the beautiful address III I+I NI "I I S, .
his attention to those who eeka Health.
nnd gives are interested. Thus, the fellow -: Mrs. .
given Lander
by to mothers
who was ."too busy to talk It. over" is left out. Here is the.lItory In brief-at the who had the
session of the World's brought, with them their babies
After the issue in printed and. circulated he says to the editor or green held in 1883 a committee Medical Con.of' to this meeting. Mrs. Dresch if,"

manager: "If I had known that you were going to get out such a eminent physicians was appointed to i sang selections appropriate to the occasion I 'fd ,
fine Issue of the paper I would have come in." It's ascertain and Carroll Makinson read
positively true; by travel and research, the -::'
it often happens and the community loses. location on the Western Hemisphere I that beautiful touching poem by E. I
best suited A. Guest, entitle, "It takes a lot of
to the
In an effort! to take a town or community to the outside world of tuberculosis. That treatment and cure I loving! to make a Home. I

the activities of the individual enter largely In the effort; the fact at the triennial committee session reported I Delicious refreshments were serv- d lllilt Ihll 11 I611ai I ; liuI I ,
in, the fellow elsewhere wants to know the moral, spiritual and Intellectual in 1886 that after held :, ed by the hostesses, Mesdames Saw- !," ?t I !8GII! !d r ,; ll lll"f, ''III !
a mORt
status of the community and no better way can be found than research of statistics, and much' yer, Elmer and Lasley. ,I 4 49ki
to.tell in truthful word and faithful picture the activities
( of each in-
dividual., The outsider who may be seeking a home, business or investment travel opinion and central investigation Florida,that about in their : Help the Red Cross do: everywhere .. __ I'
docs not care what the price of sugar is, for he knows that between the equidistant what you would do if you were there. JDUPUIfI 1VJI- :.
Atlantic ocean Annual Roll Call, November I j'
Is alive I
if the community erne'the price will be very near right on all and the Gulf of Mexico the "r
most : ,
11, from 12:30 1:30 Will
tho things of life. If p. m. you Looting
of necessary pictures of beautiful homes, good advantageous by reason of its altitude at the new touring or from the I alit you am K once
when i is
l.uiincR blocks, clean street scenes, and the individual answer: your name lavonbl* inprewed with the /
are shown, it its numerous fresh water lake called? effect ol longer,mot'*grcrdul! knee j.
means much .to the stranger looking for a change of either home or of pure water, its immense forestsof ecumd by enlugmc IM cowl mad raising the radiator ,
|Iu?inl'is location. --- iw I
long leaf pine and "
w its perfect cli- Slanting windshield lend
owtnan top: imurfal aid in
It i.i a Proven Fact that the People Make a Community, and not mate, was the bent location for the the ends car a lower more yllih appmrwick. !giving*> I
i the\ Community the People. treatment and possible cure for that
f .f'f most dreaded of all disease An apron connecting the radiator with the lender skirts la alto "

f A local newspaper undertaking a Booster Number has to depend i Dr. J. E. Ennis, a retired surgeonof e decided improvement. 'r
co-operative support of the people and the : the United States who for A
upon on volume of i. army dI tens comfort feature much appreciated! / by owner,i>the additlqnJ! i
:!f. h.'.IIW"s gotten hinges the quality of the issue. some years had been attached to Fort ootlt/'eadl.e r leg room provided by the enlargement of the cowl f

k:j:. The Gazette has employed competent men as writers and solicit- i ''read Sheridan the report which of is the com near mil Chicago toe and I I Allow ua to how you the entire line ol new Ford can now on .
;: ? .. and they have been instructed to interview everybody! and they t In the late S)0'H came to Narcoos'ee display in our show room. ,
1::. an cluing' conscientious work. It may be, however, that someone has and opened a sanitarium which he Plba..f
i Ie,.|li, overlooked. If this should happen to be you, and you desire : operated for only a few years an he I fonn of Trte, I: Their can can be obtained ihrcnttfi '
::: ,1', ,, mil, mention in the issue, kindly got in touch with us at once, wax u man of advanced age, and wan lvteutntvw tvtr tatatedaletnet2letat i I the Ford Weekly Purchai Plan. ,

:t .IP, ; \iHir, wishes will receive prompt attention. ;. no longer |physiealli'.able! l to give it I i I M. C. AUTREY Dealer ;
: his personal attention. During I' the i I
: \\Y are asking upon merit that the business and professional t few (hat I Ih' Knnis I IL
.. : yearx operated ] lOOK at the KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.i .
nisi I citizens of Kissimmeo extend their good! co-opiMntion in 'i j his sanitarium he treated I fifty I way !
t 0 II'Iforls to the end that the Co-operative: Booster Edition: lie 1t \ 't!: forty-eight! of whom after patients u Goodyear Tire I I .

> Mikmir.. ndvertloement nnd result in continued advancement nn* > :X v ri nt along all lines. Kissimmee and the county needs, just such :: jilisrhurgivl, us Huffici'ntJcun',1 to I kept consistently I II / /.n I \,
:, |p,,il.lication 1 an it may bo used in various way and! channels. fur ; I again tKo; up business'nnd social i lower than the average i .:;
I t I;, i ilL! the city and! community before home seekers and! investors ': ,duties and 1 enjoy life, one who was I for all commod- I; tf fi X",' 11
> 11 1> .,. 'it IH squarely uj, to tho people who have a heart interest in the. :ito : so l III' in vitality when In- arrived I I .1 ew t
; ,i co-operate with us at this time, that the most lio mlld."f .:. that he lived but 1f.w days and the I Ither ities. Then think of I \

i' ,inirtunity| now JI(>re. :ft f ot u young lidy from Ilnstlmdicd( the improvements f :

: I Hi' Booster Number is. ;:: Ht the Shaker Polony at Ashton Rome represented by that : I **
a big undertaking, and! the sooner von i I : -
t "'ixt'Hr" iiftfr finest of all Good-
)Dr. Knni-i had closedhis 1
I I ir wuntH he known, the bigger and !better the i"u,- \vil! li :' ', !I CARS -TRUCKS TRACTORS
i"i"I f 'italiul1l., and l moved to Si.1 I years, the new .

6 \\ thank 'you! :f:: yea IVtiThbiirgvliere IK II tro. ho died several |i iTlif I Goodyear Cord. Despite I '_ -________ _____. h' .. '_ ,__ ..__ "_"" _._

\ [ ( -.tiny' i i- tme, i'l "\1\' delail'imil this, prices are ;
,-.y.c..o..o: : 05b4b6Qb404404 }C'vt(iver7' :-:..:-.f..fON' cai lie vet ,ili<-d I liv t tinleiord" > of 37%-lower now than
; (ooX't ::+Wr4+y+}00004C'4fr49.4480
the Woi, M's! :Mediral, ] "onuress and the, ', in 1930, and 30% ,' 1,

......... .:. I \vin( : nflidavit of nay number of the i! lower than in 1914. :
T'liuhl"llb", ,,,, of f Osi-eolu county. ] Thia is the time to If FOR SALE .
Then that being n fw t it is most :
I ; buy Goodyeara. I
reasonable] to expect that many willcum o
Our Groceriesare 1.
; A.G..dy..r S..rc.Sr.ft.nDale.
10 :Xureoossee; as soon as they I t r
house Hughey
lea'n its I w mmll wed r.aronm.wd Dwelling at corner of Vernon Avenue and
of marvelous curative qual-
( the form' of climate' the year I ,, C.rdr tfltH fh. :::&Cuf...I.d AU-.r t Streets. Large front living room, dining room, library, pantry, a

round, pure water and soil unsurpassed 'W..r 10.... q Tr..d."" ......d.."6..6.,/ :t kitchen and large screened porch on first floor. Four large bedrooms
good groceries and are sold on for richness and which; pro'luoec I i, c.-Ieer 11__ tub and shower bath and three-side exposure sleeping

abundantly of anything) planted, I porch upstairs. Two car garage in rear of lot. For sale at bargain
whether it be citrus trees field! cropsor LUPFER & PRATHERGOOD.MEAR
the money back if you are not satisfied vegetab'es.' Here one finds health I. (price. See or write-

the first thought of all manhoodand -
with W. B. CRAWFORD Orlando Florida I .
little energy can enjoy a ., ;
plan. life of ,peace -and plenty from a few ,
acres of soil. Surely Narcponsee has I """" ., ooooo.o.oo..Ot.oooo..oo..o..o.oooooo.. r

something to offer the tourist and the' . .. ._
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homeseeker.NareoosKeo. --- r

P. R. PRIVETT in. taking on a new life, 'v:
washing face as it were. A crew I
of men, under the direction of Victor I
'Hill, IK clearing Baywater Road and
Phone 36 "Water street of all dead wood, pal
metto and! unsightly undergrowthwhich COMING AGAINThe =--

work not only puts dollars Into -
the pockets of our local men, but "

_____ adds to our town's appearance A : ,
r : ,1:1"I"l: , ,
I movement id on foot'to induce the .1 :, ,. ,
, '\.v; + t" > J
''I '", ,,,0"') 1.. t". oil ;,I-\'I, '' ,
.commissioners to extend this clear "'\ ;" ," ,\ "1'.1- ,"'r:t" ," 'hi;.: ,,/.' 'J"' I '
\ ing to other in '. \'.1" > .
process highways our 'I. "' '
1 .
little with .' ,, .. ."" r\ ,,< lf. .- ; "
town of '
every hope suc l I 'ti ,
Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. Shaw and son Management of The

visited Narcoossee on their return towards Beacham Theatre Orlando
'! Tampa from the Shriners celebration -
in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. announces the big event of

WOOD, BRICK, STONE, Shaw lived here in (the early 90's but the season. For you the
STEEL STUCCON. have lived in Tampa since that tim'.
F. BASS JACK BASS Mrs. W. E. Frank was taken to the vaudeville lovers, we are go-

322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue Orange General Hospital where jt ing to start vaudeville earlier ,'
was necessary for her to undergo an
l t operation. Her condition i is reportedas this year than ever be- 9

- - . very serious. fore. We will need your unlimited ; '
Henry SackoflT in making another .
"QUALITY PLUS SERVICE" IN COMMERCIAL addition to( his already beautiful support, so if you '

PRINTING AT THE OFFICE OF THE GAZETTE two j'rodearinl acres. ( and planting another 'really like Keith Vaudevillecome

.. . -..-- Mr. and Mrs. Barclay of the Par- to the Beacham and .f
tin Settlement spent Sunday herewith see
C. E. Alligood. t1yye
"ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For 'Mrs. Roland Thompkins visited ,

over II; year, the K. O. Painter I-'ertHlier Company hn, furnl.hriJ FloridaKrowtri her sister, Mrs. John Padgett, who
with fprtllliers. The continued patronage lit 't!1" rl.ncil grower lives nenr St. Cloud, and has been ill ,
Kivt.ii proot of aatlafartory reaulm. for time last We
some Friday. are
( 01 |.I> IIKTTKH KKIITII.IZEH ....: MAflIt'F: WOI 1.t) >I KE IT glad to learn that Mrs. Padgett is \

Write for New Fall Price List Jimt Imticd recovering. r
Nothing is. unusual at NRrI'OO '
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida as Victor Hill our efficient postmast-I I Keith M

er, citrus grower and truck farmer I
has picked several watermelons from, I "
aooo ooaooooooosooeaae oao'oooaooalo.waasae-} p' +a94 his garden the past week and sold
them at fancy priccH. Which goes to
show that any fruit or vegetable) ran Vaudeville
be grown here throughout the year. ,
LETS GO Mrs. Roy" E. Lowe carried her lit
Margaret to the Orange
Genera Hospital last Friday to have s
her tonsils removed. The operation
was most successful and little Margaret

Cow Boys Biggest Roundup and has Mrs.fully S.recovered.Mr. J. Triplett l. had as The Initial Bill of the Season I t

their guests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .
Ed. George and son, Theo.
ORLANDO FAIR GROUNDS NOV. 6 7 8 Victor Hill has had news from J.
Edward Krause, that he expects to "
arrive here about Christmas to open SATURDAY NOVEMBER'3rd
his Runnymede Lodge for the season. ,
Mildred Douglas, champion woman Cross ties are being .shipped from
here by the carload by M. T. Cribbs .. R
rider of the world--M abel Baker, of moVie who is also operating a turpentinestill .
near here.
fame Al Paris John Caruthers Si-Hum --"
Too Much of a Good Thing"It *
little Texas Jack
phries, Bill McGraw, i Communicate with the man-

is six years since I had my first and
and hundredsof agement pake yourseason
smallest boy
Knapp, cow stomach trouble. I rapidly grew y
worse. My food would not digest and seat reservation now. SEATS NOW i -

Florida cow boys will entertain you. J was reduced to skin and bone. My Don't stand in line every t'
doctor put me on a starvation diet
and when my pains grew worse I week, make sure your tickets ON SAIE ,AT

Bucking broncho bucking Fords, mule concluded it was too much of a good will be held for you. If " 4
thing. On the advice of my druggist ; t.

wild milking contests trained tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, you don't use them it's all MdLROY'SPHARMACY, .
( cow "
and am now entirely well.. It is a And remember !
riding simple; harmless preparation that right. G
,goats, fancy lassoing, shooting, rope removes -the catarrhal mucus from Keith Vaudeville this year: > =" '
tract and allays the inflammation I .
the Inteatinal
; spinning/funny dpwn races. e/c.. which causes practically will; be better than ever. '
; all stomach, livet and Intestinal all- -
.. iAyad'

:; ,BIG J PARADE,j OV., 6THw P. !TIMISS t :!!. ; doE m,.nts f'wlll J.,,Including Z.*convince Robertcm..' appendJcltU.or, sanddrdgglsta money; One., I.: ......'. \'_ .''."'';. '" ._.... ',, ' .. ;.. ., ,,.'It. '.''''it t";,. ',..''W..."..''t,... ,\ ",1r. 1-'

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I :, which alone entitles one. to use the ", "
-- GAZETTEI name "Realtor" Y a: designation in .

I his business.We .

-_ THE KI88IMMKH, BUBLISHKD VALLKT BT GAZETTE I' haven't at hand the creed of ACTION ON FRIDAYSixty lajyll?

_ _ EVERT FRIDAY the Realtors, \\but we recall having VourMoneyWork

_ _ )KIS8IMMKH FLORIDA. about them. If '
.. read something memory -
Fifty And Seventy
W. n. HARRIS hU____- dent 'serve. correctly the organization: cM tAri .

V., O VANS AGNEW./_.___SacritaryAL.L.1SON aims to correct some of the abuses Yard Runs Featured Game .. .., ))1
I _ T. FRENCH.-__-___Editor 1,11,
which have been prevalent among With Sanford HighWith ..

On. Copy tlMCHIPTIOM, One Yearjl.-HATES_.__?--$1 00 real estate dealers. "The fundamental the 7' to 0 in Sanford's FOR SALE YOUR money will not earn anything} stored i

One Copy, Mix Mont 11__._.____,__ 1.00 importance of a real estate man score away
One Copy, Three Months.--. .60 favor, Milton Graham, captain of the '
conducting his business on a highplane' Osceola High School football team, FOR SALE! Work horse and milch in the, tea pot or buried in the orchard.It .
Herbert Krause. Kl lmmee
(Entered Bt the tllce at KUslmmen. cow.
Florid,, .i d-cla.* matter). can be questioned by no one. received the ball on a forward pass Park, honda 47-Itx is only fair to your'neighbors that
This community is no formation, side-stepped an opposing you keep
All oommunloatlona -exlept from au- 4ifferentI!i and for the FOR BALE)-If you want a real coun.
tackler ran sixty yards
thorl ed ooiTfapondents muat be slgn: from those in all states, I his has made this try horn and farm at a bargain nee it in circulation. It is estimated that dollar
first score( team every
ed by the writer. sections of this state where natural J. M Cooper. 4T.ltx
Rejected mutter will be returned It j year. That was the first thrilling bit -
tl called tor. advantages have caused "develop-1 I of action to which the several hun FOR 8AL.I3-Hawaiian guitar only pays an average of seven bills in a year, therefore
um-d a month HaiKaln. Phono 14.
ment spurts and will cause them" dred fans at last Friday's frame were
or call at loot Mabbette at Ite
Ioreln' Advvrtlalna R.qrese.t.ftvs I I more and more. Fortunately, if the treated. Shortly after that Art Bullock - --- -. -- -.: -- every you hoard away makes it harder for

I ThEAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATIONI_| I Osceola fullback', intercepted a FOR MALK-2-story. 7-roomod house; i
real estate man be the right kind, Sanford forward on the fifty modern clone In.1"0 I60U.oil firm you and your neighbors to earn.
8 Intcri'iil. Address
tho mortgage, drnwttifc % .
if he
and unfortunately >o
FRIDAY NOVEMBER! 2. 1923 very yard line, and squirmed through the .; IO; ljux 242. ell 47-Xxt
other kind, the homeseeker moil often . field for the second touchdown. Another Deposit your money in the bank, and it remainsin

gets his i first impressions! of the lilt nrolonired and wild excitemcnt :- FOR "SAM;-Cublmice 1.1I1..t.. all vn-I
ilttlra. ; Huh! K log P"I'I"r circulation
MEET NW.PEOPLE: AND ENLARGE community from the real estate ma'i. c -n'--; ; inu the final stanza.1 $1 I.IHUI'; up. rial price la run Iota but does not, lessen the safety.MerchaotsaDdFarniers .

when Graham intercepted another KINMKY PI.XT.ldo"I.( ... YOUR CIRCLE OF LIFE Whether tho hnmrsockcr' become1 a __ L
Sanford forward near his goal
-. pass oil K\l n-j 'I"If- husliu..asoc"rli 2
resident! el'-i-wherp, frequently
4 Brain stagnation ISS danger to be or goes line anl: lan seventy-two vards before .story hi irk. curlier bulldlnit t\ Ith 12 "
depend entirely on the real oMn'oman. finally being brought; ;down. I I room 'lioti I I In ii I...ra t hut. .MIUM on.

avoided by the person who n'mairl"< No more important faotT in Although the locals put on some :, main I Moor stout tc Kood hll..ln""H.. I lui !
it 75 H,,'" mil at a ImiKaln'
: in on'e environment, whether liy : cnii Bank
long community building exists! thnr the spit lartil:ir plays, fought/ through the I i ,\ be n home, a place of business or a entire /jrnme, and ho\\ed! much im- elsa| .. In ",cry partlriil. . IH-HI, .
quality of iho ?rvi('(. rendered 1 by
SIMJ. Mil I'hill I
city. It is easy to. fall into a rut, ill provpirxnt ever pre\ious, p'rforman-i I lorillloll III. town .
47 tfi
habits and thinking. This should be mtn) in thi busme's. res, the. boys from the celery town 1 KisHltnm. i-. .--- -- ,: OF )KISSIMMEE

If the ule.ils of the Realtors' ASSD-' 1''III"1l'.1 I To their homes the victors .nut lt1.Itl.trI, : ,: t4Al.E.Li's., 11 I t' i iJi I
avoided if life is to lie as full and lloik 2. lots I I. 2. 14 iml, I l.. :
linil tutu :
nOtion lool foiward! t to waul i impioM'nent ) by I two points The : score was
complete its possibilities variant ii'elt l '1. .MliKH Vilillllotl to I KlHKlllltin ,, '
ns I 14 to 11 for Sinful the (Vcoolati" .
of t theroil: e't ate lm"ines-, th.itoignnintion : .<. Just l ofT DilaniTo, liiiil. \\ U"iiilnl )
Meeting new people m.n' h" to | failing to nial-o the (."tl'a point fjoniplacement f. sniHll, I I ink r"I'I"h.13 in ,Im, ' .. '..- .n - .. .
I li -
n i' "
t but it i n i i hunilKap ncco war' .
1 some a e cry ctminlmity t i in I l'Im'id.1.I ) I'liric'i I ,..II\ .Ii'i.T. ''al. I \ 01, uS .1 U lu'l. Noi
if one is I u U train new viewpoints Jinldifferent' I .i ui.,11.IK 'i'i I i I li | lion.1.17: : K. .Iti -
fad will oullixo val .'" tatr .,il use.i '. Kanford's' first se jpro rnmo during I

( nliu->, tlui-! ; a\online tin- rut I tho ,. had ; t :' ,.. ,, of ,Hi', li HIt
i it is tun( lint I' luriiiaMll l h.. >1 1I '\elci,>- I tir-t qiiiitei' altei Kissimmoo i 1'1'\1.1'' ? : o" ii on "
winch TO the inll'll..t.1 t ti,\ i .1'"' ,I' tr.11"I H ,P.*, 11 in" ill i II., .t ",1 1I
ilepUNVirifr ,
is finni hi wI'ntfnUI' 'a.dJilH'
ted 1 .
/ ion t 'r I \ ,
I fa1- iioic, i'a' ,il\ lint! in"'" hi ''' 'Illl. Il. ,"I I. V f<.IUI, .II ," 'III 111, IIt
uiil man or \\"I11a n. ei i"'ty new a uquamtance 'j .h'. ,if . .\'i.ronKcd" 11'.1 .- tin punt IK ing a t light; ill) af- 'I t ,it'' III? I 1111"11..,, TH ...ll. I 1,1,1, Mrs. Russell J. Crum
n onion i \ < i i : i .
. ,
> -tiiiiul.ttii i ,>' fair. ncttimno Ylrel'Ig': ) Bach? "II'I I 'I u "k.I I II lure", til I t, I I Iv I JI II I I I 111I
ni( .ins n tate 111,in can; lie *itii| ,!( lii'd! lI"d"p I \ 1 Fi.ld,1101, I 1'1. IIIiI' i '!'i' (,oui \':irds I -I I I ,Ml,'klllU, .u-I II III .if KIM--I1; ,,, .
thought Jiiil a !stiirinn nf tlio slug ? r I,,,,'I I ",'u', o| ( I I' lltl< si I |HOIOBllloll' | I I I. '111i I II Announced the hel-
II ", q] .,11 hi (I. iho I c cc !pntion at I thlirIM t t'ino' pli\-. tlun ] h got nvlv \sttut : i I'i u", i ",'nnl,I v f u tllii I I u .. 'I'IIIH |no|>" i Ir t til > Opening Classical and

g-ishness of I if I' which) niaIn) m I 'i I" "' t U (',.1, (1'.1.-' q the SUppOlt) (. ** twintv' \aid <|uulc: I t l l'ii.k run mid r" I ,Il,,I .1 1,ni I th u .iv i I 11. 'luI I i. Ballet DancingCla
,' ,,,1 I II t li .il 1..I li. 'I I l- .. ".0! 7'. int ". ses
; croa-injj I tin\ lel I 'f for "ili'! .PI"t "\i i >L i In t 'C'(ore of tin jriniotnllowinr u. " u I .1 ,
-1.11. it Mn\cs .
\ < ,. .
t I" i I llini t I I I 'I'l'I in VI'I "" M i
\Vhen one licffins$ to think! in i i'i.\' it i'p a ii' nuts' l IntI't with ,, SA TURDA Y NOVEMBER 3 10 A.
, I FI.I I AT.At
lucli u1,'.in !I' urtnnlv ,1!''c-iin t o- I :i lit I J I I'n\ r..t< K r vi i'II. i iI .
channels fitbh ilisco\oie! < of fuel a riri'tl\! \\t, 1 U tliniULr! 't\\c.< to il ixi -I t ti H. I'

I in\ ("l ti"a ion tin I th<- p.ut of ci rnniiinit i l in t tin. '1II'e' ,'ell"l; k 'II'ff', "nnip- .. t the I Home of Jll' U. J. Burrows.! Address
"onl'-I'al'k" :
will lie inuviahlt. \ i : '
I i il,: ,> \l i.I' Ml-MI.n u *tl w !Ii < tI
't s JI) wl.ld1 it i i i. !lot c t .'ili'1'iol ', I I..l;i ) 111"0" "i'll'i' it'' i"III'.I I ill Ki-
mind will in tmn1 \ve- r nut I I'M'%(' ( .' I I mllllnM" 1MIWI' III" I'" 'h." LJ.T:! :> Church Street.
i L I n '. JM 'iL' ijrc 11 'l I "1 "i"s 1"A'd. I: \\ "ii' 'I'' II.
1 It's a I life MIMM; to pi-l "wit..hi I ill XXX- -- ,,,'c',,. :. .."I ,"' mini,,,i"firu. .d n"i I h I I.. ,r. i i.,1, I 1,01"1\: i i I i ':o I!" ,1.1., ',< ]1'"> !' Further, l-it'onnation Apply} ) ())2:1.: N. :Ahu'n\ .:;t .
II'; Jl
into mlinos of f I ihoujrhi an I :i'' ,0 i iWhen 1 !>:M I'I'l I ( \HI l-< t\l" .!;; y.I..1. I" i !juiri' m..I.'J 5thitiutrli

I the mind cen etr ,..1 1 ) fufun'h !IN'i IN: "POIM( ) I 'Y! I nI I I I.. I ii'i, I 1',1" l\' I HI "iniiiiid 1'11,1.I Ii < .. .1\1.1.I I: I.:.. .l- . < ,,1 I IIIII .. Ki-::': immee, Florida(

. I :-1"I' ..,' i I.i 4 r. ii"'i. ,' 1 I In I I.i "I I h,'i < ',11 i I I I. I ',,1 I I I. 'I, -t l'l..I.I ,.1 I I I'.r." i' ', ----- --
!' nf \knowleilire/ ind! e.: norii1" .. 1 ,i til t .l'I . .. U I 'l. I I' \\ II 1 -
I '111 ,. fr I I'i.] lf : |iiip. | | L..t.! him tu ..lli. \' i I".il' 0. !I"l1n.-I |I'.I I K

there' 'n.' ut n" ult a Tiiluie ,to <.\|"nnil : I r' :u,; i t'' . ,i I"" . I .>. I'HIr'| i .... ,."Iif t j-ai.u I t"r.' .. 0" ::1 i ,nili! :,nilIIloIi < ii.aham II mis, \\.11,01, I, ,ll I. I lI.t.l I I I v 'C -

iflu '". ..1 . . . .. ... . <.. ._l.-.. ____..,...., _
anti whin ,t-xp.insion iia"" i-, i > iti.u Il'a; < ipilil'o'is. nut> i nl\ in :\ tin) 1 II 'mil tug situ I I"i I ,x ,1.1| I : I :\ .* i -I. 'I I. t. 1"

tion automatuallj licpin1- 1'1, HIM: .i M'tr, i I.- hilI.. i ;,,,.1111 of h..lIl'd i- *-i."I t tv loll I Jla..h!: to fi,ill Iul' It. U in 1_ ." .i': 1.. i f. i Ct. i . K -"- -.S "L.- __--- -..z.JII.J .....- '-temr

t :a'" It..ii I 11,11"h i 1'1' .'o tf jolt :11-,1.! ... I 'pfi.., i,1 li,,'"\v I FIl.lcIQ fur a !",Q. -. i 1''l"l will I I "I' 'n i I' .. 1 l''O,. t I i. I U' 1 I'",
.\"soi'nit ion for a turn- with t 1'1"<" : r t' il :Ni.lliUii-; li II. in "" $IIn.n I-, <
lc\ilop! sit II tu'nl.n'K- on Stunl i\ nnlli :s-infoi i .. ,, p'ltl'.I" I for il"I": *il 1 MMin 1 If % oil. n Ill In -.11 110'II' '

outride (of iii'-- own f-imil:.' i>i Imi-i t.i I \\ it h II.1.1 III, | IL CLAYGaraga

ness !gioup' nr tilde of iiitmn'e} u tow.i tl I im; IIM if tlu QI11.oIl. h.! H i :'l.I '. :-1./,1.1 It : I I !,. ii.. ,.i- DIP i n.f..'t'i."s d....i"ioiid i"iw lit.i I,mill I i I :" \ .'.:' l IM'i. 4 '.- 4Irnl "" .
I lol 1 III
i i
quaiiitanc-e. will Cu <-- rne a better I I'c'!r-i'l ill I t "mnicnri'. t tho .l-nu'it I t filla!11\! 1I- 1J't.* in Ki'sminup; i.<'tfinpr '

4 appnciation uf the ones with whom '-f wh'I; li, ,-nt<'rs 'tionplv :t tri thtluis t Ill- ballll I on her 44 yard/ I Imp The { ,S: J.E. Mi lit'int, .. 12 I'niintltr
of all of tho the. ''I Ap'l| In. Mi" B I I'i. il P ,s: n1.h..rl. -
i I J S. 111'1"111'< :11- I ii'- u.i 111'r "11II'd! with hall IM pos
he or she must con,lantly fcllcwinip l nr < lii> I" 1'iiikii." '1k. hoh. . and Machine
cent tvi* i'tttk of t tin growing:: !swiii; 1 %ifintimenl M-SIO' Of Is ,-si m moo mi lu)' -IXaid) ri.Hiii. i 4,. .4i\" Shop
Although old friends are l>e"t. it j i- I toward tin moil' l'ompJ:1 lino i - - - --- II

essential to meet outsiders not only I motor < nr unit "second Quarter ,lull) sM.r! : t 15: ninH, >.-t>"il till( : with ..
-I-r .
in order to maintain growth, but to I 1'11'I ] piihln (junk to i'ospond t I., tl1l' 1'oiw.ird piss formation Graham I I rrult I r'pa IIOIIH. lxiirnti. nrtiHlini l lit w'i.will Bt .ml iim of SUCCESSOR'TO

retain appreciation of the home folk. things; \which insure fut tl'r comfort I I feinted ,n attempt to pass to Bullock I Kmmitt Blr .,.t A Ia Ii lu.i.... mnl i 0"''. CLAY C THOMAS

I 1".1 I "snfitv in motoring, has bfcn o)li- I SiL'teppesi;! I a Sanford tackler. 2 lnlfirB. iinil, Lull tlicip. for i'HMM |i I

It is so easy to forget the good point< ,servant of the advantages/ ::: the mall and skirted loft l'nefor/ a fiO; yard :r, \". R nrown, 44-ltx Farming i
---- Machinery
---- - - --- - -
of daily associates that sometimes it has. in ---I
car traffic line its abilityto run to truchdown failing to score the I FOH SA LFi-l"ini' Ilronilni ,

I is necessary to make the acquaintance stop quick the ease with which it 'extra point Store, Sanford 7, Kis- I[ nntalnliiK. M roorrm) with flirnlturr

of others. The comparison which will gets; out and in parking; spaces and i isimmee 6.Graham. I.AIKII iilirplnfr porrh. Modorn I.ol I, Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt
StallS. Thru111oi kw from paatotflocFlowing
_ be raised in the mind will in itself be its I'entrul flexibility. i kicked to Bach on his 17 well fruit flowi. A.,1 l
The response is apparent in the yard Imp, he ran it back 20. Moye BhadP Thomnii A Honors, 510 llrimd- J
L a stimulant to better and clearer. constantly growing demand for the I and Bach made 16 yards on line bucks way. Klnnlmrnff. Florida. 42-11-

thinknig. small car, a demand that has been I and double passes, Snyder and Bul- I'OIl BAI.K-ollvir t )'p.-wrltr. with ",, -1 BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL 'MAKES OF :CARS

tLi' -xxxI -:- unusually heavy since the first of the lock breaking through and holding : tra wide carrlnic. J'crfect condItIon.nqiiIrc ,

HOW ABOUT THAT HOME: ? year which is further expressing it- i i them to small gains till Kissimmeegot I I nt Oaii-tto, Offlce.

self as the enclosed car buying season I ,the ball on downs. Bandy thrown '
U .KOR 8ALR-"'lnfl ronKJenc
Man is the only animal inhabitingthis ) approaches.Men I for two yard loss Squires made six, Apply al the. of nee or proo..rty.I'

earth of ours which does not whose business keeps them on and Bullock picked his holes for a 10 Gazette.. Klunlmmo ,

seek to acquire home when mating, the move about town all day were I yard buck to first down. Graham FOR SAI.R-..Banana plants Icily. anger. The million-dollar Masonic Templenow OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO O

a not long in discovering$ the exceptional punted 35 yards to Bach who return.. variety, t. cents "..C'h.V, II Harris. in courro of erection at Little .
That i II a peculiar fact. Birds, beasts, facilities afforded by the small car ed 10. Bullock; bolted through and ARRIVAl AND] DKPIHTUIIIJ ilj:,

reptilel\ and fish all choose spots and they were quick to adopt it as threw Bach for six yard loss.. Sny- 8BCOND HAND HOOHS Casino! bought oM' Rock, Ark.. Is nearing completion and OK THAINSAI'OI'KA '
The !
where they reside, especially at the their standard motor car equipment. der threw him for another loss, with FOR and SAT.R repaired.:=Moilirn;; 4-room buniralowfurnlahrd '. will be used by the Scottish Rite Con' . 10.4OItTRsetx .

time of mating; when young' are Owners of large car's, finding their the third down and! twenty to make ; hath room : garagp:3, ; city sistory at its fall reunion in Novem- OOOOO OOOO- - ,

raovements more and more lestrated Pei'k trifil to punt. but again Snyder Iota: I 1Z l h"orllllItru.. lr.."*. Inonlri ber. The Temple is two stories in n
born and reared.At as traffic congestion increases, are i I pot to him and threw him for Ifivards > \\'. J Sttrd or Box 65:: Rlnt' I' 1I2--I..av. K'issimmu-e: l jzo .' 'iI
Cloud. I -20tx ;height and the architectural featureof 114 I..aKI..almm.. .... .' 7.4.50Id'ayl. .
only 111:13 A
the same time man is the rapidly reaching the conclusion that wore Hipunted! :31!: :
yaid the eastern front is colonade of KI..lmm". 2 21 P Si!.
animal that can build and retain his as an auxiliary motor transportation I Kixsimmi'o signaled for fair catch, HT1t\WllI-HHY PI.AVTM: FOR s\i.n-; a as-Leav. Xisintnie 5.26 I' M.

home without danger; of being: thrust unit the small car is an essential bus Sanford I tackled) and piled on and was MI"oll..rnn.1, .. Klondike drown 21 columns, extending the full height j "OI'TIlHOl'' SI)
mess from friBh "th.'rn nurairv IS-I..aY8 Kissimmec 4 01 A M.27I..aY. .
convenience 1 15; for of the two Btones. The Htructuic
penalized yards : ,
out by a stronger: form of animate Another feature I unnecessary thlB apt Ing Thre. dollar per thouHniul .. Kluinms'p. .10 13 Is II.
I which interesting is the roujrhne"i=. ''IIUIIPS dropped the ballwhen f o Ii Stnrki. 'nBh with ordi closely resembles the Egyptian styloof .9-r..v. ICi.aimnee------ U ,I' M,
creation. All of stamps man : partiality which women drivers are I tackled.\ Sanford recovered on 'r I'lompt Klilpmiiit and rood SI-Leave Kisslmmu'u' ._ _ 1I.2d P !If.I!
as the most careless and improvident .howing for the !small par They find 2(> yard line Bach fumbled and Ty Jilut. juts T S U IllUilim I Stllko Tin temple architecture. Lodge roomsarc IIKAMII
SB-201 for 111-Arrlvn Kl.. lmmer_ _ 11 '80 A. M.
constructed the
it being
more (convenient and less fatiRuemjr use
among the various forms of mundanelife. : ner lernxircd. Graham; punted 40) I 110-I.rave Klmilmim-o. 2 10MIKJAH 1'. M
to operate, affording them a lIui..k'Inrl yards, to back of lInfor convenient means of transportation Rooms and No TrBtia Carrta 10 101- Leave Klnnlinnit. t' 12 NonnI1
with Ki-smimee's i ball Sanford's I the Scottish Rite and other Mu-
Just now is the opportune time to I for the shopping tours, for littlet'ip' on I centa each al Tho Oa"Me ofrtr.. I 106-Lrf>av.. Klmilinm.o _ 416 M.
J 10 yard line.Second.
sonic and will includea
organizations, ArrlviKlnBluiinct' 1'6" I'M.
change that happy-go-lucky career by to market, for afternoon culls i Half 104 ..... .
II -Arrive Rl !.lmm 6:40: P MWhy"
:;: -investing in a lot, and later building and meeting other requirements | Graham ki'kf'eto/ Bach on the 20 I = i large auditorium seating lf>00 peo 17 And 28 In. local train bet'......

or buying a real home place. Many And new buyers, profiting by thoexperience | yard lim Bach returned Ifi>. r'lclds, pie. The great enterprise was initm'- Sanford and Port Tampa ; otherS
of roit HUNT I IMnltiK room hlt I < hi n, am! through between Port Tampa and
choice. pieces of home building prop- others, in investigating{ Moye. and Bach made,! first down | bush room iif I"ark Until :Mm. '\.1 i iHo ed and is being carried through hy I J....
the merits of the ; ; .
small car find it' Ranfird, 'to .
proprlt ?
man disqualified and penal-i c. lIon. Charles E. Rosenbaum, 33 degree -
still available small
erty are ; pay meets all modern motoring demands I
17OJ fifteen, after aparlm..nt.1
: yards several warnmpfl -
ment down and the balance like rent. with the additional advantage of eas- recovered Sanford KOK RENT Two-room Sovereign Grand Inspector .k.on..lllo.O t
Tyner a with Imth Siilmhlc for couple MrH
In few the valuation lei' handling in the traffic line there General of the Scottish Rite of Ai-,
e a years increased fumble Graham thrown for 9 vard I'lay! JohnHon 404 Vi-rnon avenue46fitr
by effecting a greater! element of kansas.
will be more than gratifying. loss on attempted pass. Squires
safety. I --- .
It has often been said that real estate Short downed for 10 yard loss Graham I .Foil HJoNT--Hult. of five room; modern - - -
wheelbase' sort turning punted} :38 yards Bach made eight cnnvenlenr. rail at Oavettoofflre The bank clearings for the City of

is the only form of wealth which radius/ case of steering, the impossibility I around 1 right end. then Art Bullock 01 :326 New. York Avenue Washington for the month of Jun.
cannot be destroyed. If your home is of failure to accomplish gearshift 46tfKOH
intercepted Sanford the
a on
pass this show net for the
humble and modest in its furnishings and do it noiselessly, positive year a gain
; fifty yard line and ran to touchdown. nJ.NTJo'urnlahed apartments In
till it is YOUR HOME and as such brakes nnd a motor noted for its dependability Kissimmee failed to kick the goal. suite of Iwo. roornn each ('..II..t. I month of approximately twelve million -

are features of the Ford Kissimmee 12, Sanford 7. (iHzcttiofn. iiir 326 New York avenue dollars. The great Shrine convention -
: can be made to serve your purpose sop which have 46-tf
$ costributed largely in I Imaking I Snyder stopped Sanford man who .- is held responsible to a very
long wish to live in it. the
as you it most popular of all
FOR RKNT Two fur-
leceived ball on kickoff. Bach made - comfortably large extent for the great inflation of
Home-owning financially, small cars. !' nlMheil S-ronin; apartment, with private :
pays ]17 /
And much yards on a quarterback run, Snyder bath anti modern ronvenlenopnW business in the Capital City in a hot
a higher degree of
In."Pi rationally morally intellectual. ; own- and .
Lupfer stopped Fields withno B. Harris Gazette. offlce 4S-tf
er satisfaction has been effected in summer month.
ly. Think it over again ; and if you these Iain. Bach, Fields, and Moye
cars by recent improvements! FOR RENT---TTnfurnl hil room Sac
went the Kicsimmee line
through for
are one of the improvident ones, hie in both open and enclosed types, resulting -. I P. R Prlvltt. Corner Clrorery. 44-tf
25 six
yards on plays, bringing the
and side-step and in better and helter riding does a startwinKie
upper-cut. pivot style I ball to Kissimmee's< 2 yard line. Kis-I
that home FOIl TRADE
building enterprise at SimniPP hold for twn nlflvn th..n

:. once. It will grow on you until- you I Full Dress. j Moye- went -over j for; : -'ist't; touchdown : ; FOR- --TRAnn-- -- -Have you a good FlorIda , ?

will some day wonder how you ever A couple who desired to atlenJ an of thc frume. Bach kicking goal! home to trade for an 80-acre
Score Sanford, 14 Kissimmee Ohio farm T. B. Lcky WooBter,
could have been content to live here I amateur theatrical left their six-year- 42. I Ohio. 44-4tx -because light, like sound

old son with some neighbors The The Line Ups "' travels This wave
today, yonder tomorrow, with no 1 in waves.
'' woman, thinking: to make a nice remark Wade left end Snyder WANTED. liter motion becomes a twinkling,
: sense of permanence. about Stone (c) left tackle I.tinfer I _
the little -
boy'mother, ------ -- --- -- probably because of moving
If old man wanderlust has a grip said : Dutton left guard Wilson WANTKl J)-To hnrrow ".600 at 8% for
the star-
dust which
2 cloai--ln nld. EveryNeal through
years on ri -nce propery.1' -
I Pope center
,. on you, put the gloves on with him "Your mother certainly looked nice. Tyner 0 I Itox 242. City '47-2t light comes to earth. As sure
She was all dressed wasn't she ?" Whitfield rt guard Moore ___ i is
r and side-step, upper-cut pivot and up, as the course of the stars
"Yes'm," replied the boy. "She had M. Moye rt tackle ramphellWiI"on WANTKO-Man fIr woman desiring. Hate a packet in your
I any old thing above or below the rt end Seal Brown larger Income to Hell Watkins ProdUcts
on ever'thing she pot for Christmas ,
belt, until you have knocked him out. 'ceptin' her percolator." Bach t* quarterleft Bandy I nlnKn In In KlHHlmmee other n"'nrbv A few...1I1..a.Vat good op-- pocket for ever-ready

I Then stop and buy a lot or home. Peck ] half Graham (c) kin.. Products ate well known. easyto refreshment.

4 It's not too late-do it now. A display advertisement in The Fields rt half Squires' nell. needed In every home and Mineral Oil
with record of 60 of
a over years
: -XXX_ ____ Gazette will sell what you have for E. Moye fullback Bullock' highest quality back of th..m. L.lve Aid digestion. RUSSIAN TYPEin
., sale at a small cost. Touchdowns : Bach. E. Move. Ira- wires make bin money. Many aid.
; TO REAL ESTATE DEALERS ham, Bullock. Point goals:"'Bach- 2. and .samples given you. lnvestigRte Allays thirst. the treatment of constipation. .

_ _ System at once Write J R. Watkins is .
referee, Carson ; McLucas today Soothes the throat. Puretest Mineral Oil
Next Monday and Tuesday, in Or. "Mandy what fo' dat umpire ; Co. I>ept. 94. Memphis, Tenn. intestinal
S you gib babya head linesman, McPhail; field judges. thorough and complete in it* -

') lando, the State Realtors Convention big piece ob po'k to chaw on T Don't E. Lupfer and Aycock. For Quality, Flavor aid lubricating properties. ,_

will be held. The program, according vo'all" know de po' chile'll choke on -- CARD OF THANKS Ike Sealed Package, Tasteless, odorless, colorless, '

fl to preliminary announcements\ It? One factory of the Ford Motor -- absolutely pure. AU the more

"Dinah, don't yo' see de string tied Company, located at Northville, I We wish to thank our many friends get preferred because easy to take. 1

"crammed full Inspiring addresses to dat piece ob po'k ? De oder end's Mich., near Detroit, is devoted exclusively for their kindnesses during the illness One of 200 Pureteat preparations f

and practical'discussions that will set tied to dat chile a toe. Ef he chokes to the manufacture of valves and at the time of the passing for health and hygiene. j.

: before.the delegates, and the state aaav hell kick, art ef be kicks he'll je'k thepelt for model T motors and for Fordson I of ouz. beloved husband, father, an4brother Every item the jbe"tthAt.aJdI .

., .whoe, the fundamental Importancef out. Ah reckon yo'll don' learn tractor: motors. The plant employs ;, also for the beautiful floral and conscience can product) .
me nnthln 'bout bringin up ehUlonsl"!" 850 men working in three eight hour 'f
:. real estate, man conducting his shifts and) turns out 85.000 Ford motor offerings.ALICE 3. DOLLINS. R. -MINIcK' : r ;

; ,bosin ss on such a high plane that lie Fifty-two Issueg of The Gazette for valves and 10,000 Fordson valves HUGH D. DOLLINS.

i.- ,may be qualified to become a member $2.00. Send in your subscription now daily. Since it was opened in March, THOMAS A. ,DOLLINS. il.- -unl.--1rhh; } 4 L r'::

Ii ; ; f.the}National Realtors'Ase ciatlon, and receive your home'paper once a 1920 the Northville plant has projtuced / MR8. A. M.' JONES. :-A

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Shaves. 15e; haircuts, 35e; children. CADEL ,BUYS' LOCKWOOD I "''' I '
'\ 25c; at Casino Barber Shop. ,20-tf GROVE AT NARCOOSgfeE!: :

E., F. DeBusk, extension\ citrus John'-$. Cadet Jumped Into the limelight ro"I Shoe
and Men's
pathologist from the agricultural coU this week when he purchased ShopIs
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"I. legs at Gainesville, was' In Kissim- the Lockwood grove at Narcoossea

i Happenings $ ; mee Wednesday conferring withCo.inty from E. F. Lockwood, of Cos Cob, the name selected for your'New" ShOe; 'Store,. which Is now'.:open
Agent Gunn the
plans for Connecticut
on I and Saint Cloud. 'The
_. year's citrus work, and 'making a grove is of Approximately one hun I for the .formerlyoccupied, \ 4 by Fred Gilbert., .

--- ----- -- -U- --- --.--- - - survey of .the fruit in thia district. dred acres,- and: the price is understood \
to have been in th<* neighborhood ENTIRELY, NEW STOCK
t Eat at Dup llt'Cafe._ tf-j Auto For.lIIr.< Call C. C. Rum- Save money .on'' your drygoods and of $IOG0 per acre., ,. ....
mell, Phone 41. 26tf.A shoes and work clothes, at McCAU .tlttb. "
Mr. and 'Mri. Matthew of Klsslmn LEY'S Drygoods. trees are budded stock except Has been purchased and is arriving falt'I,'in. Men', Women' and .-
i are visiting. Hollywood By-The- from. L. Vlckera was in Kisslmmee Help the Red. Crosa do bearing. There 250 seedlings are 3004(), andall valenclas are, Children's Shoes 'and Hosiery,. We wllV.also 'carry a complete line' v

\\ Sea. __;__ I irlends.Leesburg Sunday, visiting' old what you would do if you everywhere were there., most of the trees belnj from six to of Men's Hats Caps, Clothing" and Furnishings of' all kind for. Men

, Save money on your new suit and Annual Roll Call, Sunday, November seven years ()Id. The crop this yearis Young Men and Boys. ,

hat, at McCAULEY'S. All new goods, and prices right. 11.- from 12:30 to 1:30 p. m. Will you estimated at 10.000 boxes. \ I

To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Oren SHOES AND MEN'S SHOP. called answer T "here" when your name is MEMORIAL COMMUNITY 'HOUSE $ If there is some special Shoe you like, we will be glad for you '

burg.Corn at: Green Cove Springs, on October H. M. Deyoreo arrived in Kissim- MEETING OF COMM1TTEEMEN: to call and tell. us about it and if we do net have it, we will only be ..

26, a daughter. mee Saturday night from several. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Brown were There will be a meeting ot the too glad to get it for you. -
months stay in Massachusetts. In Kissimmee visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. committees appointed by the various

20 acres, with for 6 Kisslmmee acres bearing For Rent: 4-room-- I McPhatter, Sunday, en route from organizations to co-operate with the All lines. carried will be Standard Brands of Proven Quality, '
exchange prop. cottage $10. Tampa to Gainesville, where Mr.
erty.prove Nelson l Realty Company.Mr. ty Immediate Company.possession. Nelson Real-* band.3EAUTIFY Brown. is director of the university Legion, at the Community Chamber House cf Commerce committee , Our motto is: QUALITY AND SERVICE. Vi

and Mrs. L. I). Geiger were Wednesday afternoon, November 7. Yours for service,
visitors from Mulberry Sunday, G. W. Overstreet returned Saturday at 5 p. m. A full attendance of all\

\: p-ucsts of Dr. and Mrs., II. S. Geiger. from a Tampa hospital where he -YOUR: GARDENS members of I ho committees' wille\ A. M. McCAULEY.,

has been ill for several weeks, wellon Pansies, daisies and other annuals appreciated. t
New York Life Insurance Cp., Sam the road to recovery. ready. Now is the time to plant. Put Allison T. French. Chairman .
local( representative.! )Utfe I Legion Community House Committee. JESS BO WEN, Manager
1. Lupfer, \ -- in your order for roses at once so as t
I Dwight Funk returned: this week i I iT
to be sure of getting what want. ..
Mrs K. T. French returned to Kis- from an absence of several months Miss Jean Caldwell Florist you 307 FAMILY" VEGETABLE. GARDEN!
Saturday after a two month's his old in' WILL GIVE
'mnioe" spent at home in Ohio and Church street. Phone 83. * RICH KETUUNSA
,journ in New York and New Jer- Georgia.F. --- -. -
i I week for this and a week for
H'Y. . B. Dow returned Sunday from : GROCERY CLOSED 1WShERIFF hat seems! to have been declared by

lIuJnmill1t Bird and Queen Quality Michigan where he has born upending :, ------ON JUDGMENT vaiiouH, organzationa! for just about J: h.C """ pS :JD..
-urneverything /iew. SHOE AND the summer, and is again at hiM home' The Kissimmee Wholesale Grocery everything except the family vegetable -

MINS 1 :;; SHOP._ ___ I at 7 Vine street. I, Company was Tuesday closed by garden. And now a great vojrctabli' -
---- believer has called the
Sheriff Farmer. This followed a verdict upon Licensed Funeral Directoron
Ki -ininii'i\ Chapter No. f.2. Order I Ask for information on the New in garden experts of the Htatf'n college\ Store and Chapml
favor of I 1) M.
Boyle, againstthe
Kaslrrn: \ Slur, will go to Orlando' York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup of agriculture-! start the 'family -
'I. ,, j.I < .'ht to put on the work for' fer. 14-tfc ffiocery company for something '(' '('tall' pardon week C1lflla ign." -' A Sincmr. Sympathetic, .,.'". I. KmttmrmJ
S3t)09: ) ( rendered in the last
__ over term
f I 11.1.I ,, < > chap tor. of circuit touit. Presented with that appeal, W. L. Strwarl Avmnu All.... falraat.
Mrs. M. A. Clark and mother lrM.
1 110.. !.'!ilir.r life insurance! company !! Kobcrds returned 1..1 wi-ek from -- 1'Moyd. to prof.or of horticulture for, Kftfimmtm High Grade Amtulance Service at Call

)I.' w >iMNew York Lif,'. See Woaxerville, N.j.j., \\ hiepe theypettthe LETTER: \KKIERS WANT:' tho airiei'd family gi\e(rarden some, but/suggestions chose to leave I Office., 24> PHONES Residence, : 11" '
J pfr' 1II''nl. summer.
I the for others. He. said
.- -- I i __ ___ --- campaign :
II V "'fl. K HI'i returned, l from I, HO'I< reM good liin-l, 7' mil," fi.miKiHsinunee condemning;' the pwontMilnry I "For a family of six or eight: the -. -"Iln'R .riile, for ii tier minors' as not eanicn should contain at least half nnncio.
',' ." i hi.<1 < ; inund jotter' ; S.IOOO.NoNon (' '. 7
,,' i ".1'I,.. lias spent/ I the last two cilty: I'ompany. .. l.fiiipj okon on a pal' with i I ci mi mon I'I "- A g-o1 shape for I till.'ige would I
\ l 1001', and declaring the present efli- be one 940 feet long by !ill feet wide. I

I !If IrChillies MKOIO. vslm hu1 1 10 i ::1 < i,'m-y tating system ill foii-c liy I the Suth will pioduoe, if properly cnred, ;
i t i nVrI"'"' ..nt v"U can make v< ry i ill for. tho i t"at l< ;II d.iywit: p0.tofu (0 (department imp'artuii I ; j | for m-iie i than i is needed f.r tie! table. : NOW
I ., "W York Life Policy. Hotter .n-po'tfil. ; jeste?',dav us I.. injl; plurhtlyiniprn :' I nle i .ind 1 t ton I lipi' tc,.ward,I I ineftu iency I I ButI coiT-tnnt, : sit ppi]v i i' needed, anTi!
,account. See Sam : ""savings \ ,'d. intlu-r than iffii'iencyoie aol m :>I\I\ | n run cow
1 l' 14-tfc h.l y the) Floinl.i" Stito t ASSOI liition. of ,| bo"r-s- nnd ,.hi..kt'nK cnn always I I be us'dt I
Pl\l- pnrCTlt ,ill c'OUIlt Oil <'.itt' '< 1..i,11 t, u r ( 'ail I KM < in a tin aPi/.ation t ItO 11,111111:"r.'I': It is !I't( to hove I the "
\ !1. ('oll( -lId,I )IIH: ret ur'H'.J to II paid In.fui o Trim,'..dty: N.1': < in'n"' ion\< \i.t.oh III Tnrnpa Sunday I the ses I greatest t lineth uxtondinpr from north is the opporturie'ltimeKiSSIMMEE

". III Ki1 Himnn'o' afterisiling!: 'til Hooks i )pen n T'nn' .'Ii'|; j. X sionl.riMir) I I., lil in t tin. f..k"al couitKii | to .nuth. Such :a lireclion provide'* I \
'n ntlis in Philadelphia and 1 ...thrn ""nix'-! 1 1. J. J? Cillicit; i-i(>' tax .c, )II jI. j- >in (if t the |,Mit''of( lice huildlll);. fll"" I the maximum. MUJI liplit. tMj'ialbilistnliiitrd to buy
" tit' If". I I. ,'. J7fMrs ; I all ,
"i tn .1)1.r) -ulut .'1 I ti, utliiiug.ahiri'i.. adxoatt'l I- to points so 'necessiuyI I
I e-.sional It'giKlatioii fop' plant grow! I ih.i .
congi pro.iil'n'
|I" i.'iil jlisruunl on city taxes Leon iM-iiiii-lt!! iml huh] l.mii-. ,). I I of
'; !:, for, ,.J now lassification, IIl't"f i "I.ibcrn'i, iipnlitatinn nuinuicshould I
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.I i fore TIIIII'"d :Novembernl ; tir ol .' snenHinir I h.- \\ctk i nr.inip i" . '
] I lie niaile.. Twenttwo horse.igin
tl" IiI.l<. $:!.OI'O.( ) :*!J.lilM: nnil
L open on Thursday. No- visiting Mrs. mull's!! -i -t. '.-Mr-: *:!,-1lo' pei y''..r for I letter 'cainors..... t" \\. loads a sear, I to t the hulfiureI ]
,", ;I" l .1 IH r.ilU'it., tity. tux 47-tf rI.0 1/| l C. I I'ieldinrMr. -Ul'| <.Kode the pioseiit 'lixe trnuli'] < l.i u'ititautcin I \\ not I,,' too tnuch I In audit ion. A
'. ) I Ii .. ( from 700() ) to 1 1.000 ii'Is of a coot- PROPERTYWHILE
i IIndirM.; K. It I I'ail.i-r. acc< mpamoil of :1,400; () to $1 !'on. the latter j'I pou
plc rommcninl I fertili/er i should beapplied
Urico-Nash who snlarj homopaid to earners who
Mr. /ll1d' Mr C. I by their iluufhter-in-Inw( 11d rs.
Hutch- liav(. proved. l >flu'ient a iii' capabledur for, best results.
.MM.I I here luM month A. (t. Parker, und l grandson Myron
live > I "To 'secure ""'Otlll'. healthy plants
KansiiK. improving tlioirin ( iirf I'aiKtr, returned from
i r- .11. on Mund.iy
.. asOf i for tiansplantmg (here be \
ill Pinodale., nn 111(1 $100 l ) )per jearCongressman I
'!itj t Sioux Hapids, Iowa.
'fx ,
-- Herbert .1. Diane I of seedbeds broken deeply thoroughly PRICES ARE LOW
J. i I.: kLlli-t ;; to "Kissim- Well i impn veil 40-,,iic farm neaiI'rescrttt Lakeland!: was the principal speaker II pulverized anti! well fertilized bearing ,
last Sunday! from ,several Value before the convention, delivering a \ in mind however, that the soil
i" .t. : Ark.; cleai.! : :2400 other but
month's.toy. on the Pacific Const.! to exchange for property near Kisspiimot1. forceful address, during the morning I into which the plants are set should We have some unusual bargain See ,

and i. 11\ ''nJt on his place in the Shingle dill and (ret (part'culnr: *. session, which opened at !9 I o'clock.. I'e richer than the seedbed in order tee us before you buy, :
\ Creek eection. Velson Realty Company.: He pledged] his hearty suppott and j i that UK plants laity make vigorous
-- rersihtent effort to the end of securing growth after tranxplanting. The beds
Florida Sanitarium and l Hospital. MISH Catherine Shocl\ley wn- in passage of legislation throughthe I should be convenient to wHter. Partial SAM LUPFER

(dilnndo I Florida. Medicnl, Surgical: Kissimmei' from Friday to Sunday next congress to provide a higher I shade should provided for hot -

Muter-lily; Capacity loch patient visitinjr her ..ide,'. Miss Anne Shock- |: salary )lcllie'; for letter carriers. Asserting weather. Real Estate and Insurance '
K.I. ipinoiit, modern rest diet, physii ey. Miss Shockley is a teacher at that this' class of government "Such plants as' snap beans, English -
i i.igiral therapeutics. Unexcelled in Uurberville. pmlcyes is decidedly underpaid he \ pens, carrots! beets, spinach,

the Southeast. 24-tf --- emphasized this statement with the kohl rabi, onion sets\ Brussella sproutsand _ J.
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Five percent di'count on city taxesf ''assertion that letter carriers are receiving parsnips mav De planted in October .
II. M. I'fann returned home last! week paid before Thursday, Novemtei considerably less than organized or November. Seedbeds may O___....._._.... .0..000,0.0 ..

from an absence of several months 30. Books open on Trrurhday November street sweepers. be started of lettuce and cabbage.
pent in New York state and in Cali-. 1. J. R. Gilbert, city tax,. co- The proposed new salary classification Turnips, radishes and mustard may I '
fornia. Mr. Pfann 'states he ,:had an 47-tf I' 'also he nlanted durlnar these months.As .
the Florida
lector.H. as approved by. '
enjoyable trip and returns much improved :; J association'further provides that substitute the plants In the seedbed grow ;! RoofiPaint : CRoofj 0 [Painting 1

in health. a Help! I the Red Crosn' do everywhere, I letter carriers shall be paid largo enough they may be transplanted .. ,
what you would do if you were there. to ground and successive .
city: taxes eighty cents pet hour instead of the open
Five pereentd1icount on Annual'Roll Call, Sunday November\: I made of all
Thursday November! i'present rate of sixty cents per hour. plantings crops men- .-
if ,
paid before 11. from 12:30 to 1:30 p. m. Will you tioned above except English peas,

:SO.; ; Books open on Thursday tax col No- answer 'here" when your name is LOOK, LADIES! SHOES FOR SIIKD beans al1l| cauliflower."One i We ale located in Lakeland-and. manufacture a Roof Coating *s.peciahly <
vcmbe J. K city
ic-tor I. 47-tf called? ,, A DOLLAR THIRTY-SEVEN natut-ally wants results! from prepared for this Climate.: We use the highest grade mate. '. \

The best. investment-- you can make'I -- -- such a garden every day in the ye..r.but rials, and use no volatile oils to dry, and making a durable, elastic | '
I The high cost of living has probably results must give the '
Ir .1.1.V.. Simpson of Orlando was s a New York life Policy.< Better to get one ,' ', coating. Will Bell you the coating and you can get your home .
been noted at
friendsTuesdjy ] by everyone warden constant attention to 'keepit
iceting mull his oM l nr.Kissimmee Simpson has re- 'han n. savings account. See 14-tfc SumLuper. : or a hundred. Sometimes theupward -cominir.' However it is very I | | painter to apply, or if your job is large enough' we will furnish

uitlv. purcliHted! a grove property in trend has I been more noticeable doubtful if any other form cf homework > material and do the work.
than others.! Every once in II will better returns than I -
the I'leiKimt Hill section southwest John Graham Leonard nr, tins Gilbert, and !Murray OM-Istreet. were while we stop and recall the day'hen < will the vegetable garden if given .
city. visitors in Kissimmcr Saturday night we used to buy twenty quartsi j ;a fair, chance."

KOI' Rent Two comfortably furnished and! Sunday. They had been to the milk for a dollar or twenty pounds ._- - -- - Lakeland Paint and Manufacturing' Co.
:3-rooin apartments. with private foctball game in Tampa and stopped of ,Bupni" for the same amount. ', HOIIANMN: I'KOl'D Of
conveniences.V F. C. Bryan had a reminder of NEW EfH'H'MENTHohaniion's (: =
bc-th nnd modern off for a visit with the home folks. I'
\ B. Harris Gazette! office. 41-tf those days! recently. Ho was looking, I Iover -Ideal- ----(Jroceiv is theJroutl BOX 1266 : LAKELAND, FLORIDA
discount taxesif old yellowed, and I
--- --- Five percent < on city some papers of refrigerated -
About' II hundred and fifty mem- paid before Thursday, November worn with age. One was! a receipted possessor a new in''
IHTH cf f the primary and junior de :30. Books open on Thursday, November lull. ef January, 1854. (It. wasn't! in show eaf''' Ice compartments ': .) --t 0+00 c 0 O C C.0... .
the with and bottom
top ventilators -
tht Methodist Sunday Gilbert. tax col- his ) Here's the the prices rear
pllrll11'nt"f 1. J. R. nty r.ame. way ] give full circulation through :I :
M,hool attended a merry halloWeen at the lector. 47-tf look. and perhaps a reminodr maybe the entire case without danger of I ,
r'artYedieadav afternoon - seen of styles: i .
Methodist I Dunr' low. Elmo Griffin, Clint Bass and Na- | Fort Valley, Georgia, Jan. 7, 1854 I any article in it effecting exhibits! another all the
than Bryan are telling fish stories! I' pr ulies! shoes. 1.37V4. 1 I II AnnIe glass frontage I
'ont"1Mr.. Bohannon expects! to''
l'ive discount on city taxesif Canoe creek ( !
to .
percent tlf s week. They went Breast Pin, ((5.50 _" - 7.87Mt I
paid liefore Thuradav. November Sundav and caught 52: bass and 33 ,11 i Trunk 300. 1 Mantilla, 7.00, 10.00I return to his delicatessen! business
:HO Hooks Thursday, No- hours. Sixteen of the (5.00; this winter if he make the necessary!
open on perch in two F.onnot 4.00. 4 ydn iibbon.200 (
vmber 1 I. J. U Gilbert, city tax collector bass weighed over four pounds each. 1 fr. Flowers, 37'/4. 1 Linincr. !| arrangements.! - --_ .-
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47-tf -- I zr. .__. ___n __ __ .. .- (52V4( I flYEMOLAY'' !MEETS AN NOUNCEMENTWe E
of Oak Knoll
of the Anson L. Griffin 1 Band Box 18'' 1,4 yd Crepe I j jLi TOIOHlWWIGlrf: :
Mr!!. George T. Sigler's class Farms Westford! Mass, formerly of se, 25 ______hn.h - .4.T% I :
Methodist Sunday school held a Hal- Lawrence, Mass., arrived Wednesday 1 yil straw trimming .0(1( 1 pr.' '. Osceola Chapter, Order of DeMo-!
lowe'en party Wednesday night at night to upend the winter at his residence Flowers, 25 ..31Another lay, will meet tomorrow night ( Sat I
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the. at which a Mr. Griffin ____
Methodist Bungalow 218 Sumner street. I document Hall. ------ -
i interestnig was urday) at 7.10. at Fraternty --
royal rood time is reported by the expects several of his friend'down a court document of the "Inferior I Every member is i! urged to be present."
\ounir folks who attended. later some of whom expect to Ccurt of Georgia." The following/ Milton Graham :M. C. I

:Next :MondayandTueadaY. Storr- buy homes and remain permanently. ceipt dated in 18.11: combines with | Park Doughten, Scribe.Neid's have moved from the Bronson

I Sihaefer Tailoring Co. will show Charles! F. Tatum returned to Kis- the other papers to show that we are I \

large! swatches of their complete line. simmee last week from Macon Goor- progressing! : into the formerly
Two place ocupied'bytheChamberofCommerce.-
I And.. take your measure for your new \ifia. after having been here a month hundred Received Dollars of Nathan in full payment Bryan for I Healing Baths building
AND MEN'Smop. He I
-ut at the SHOE before to lock over the ground.
two Negroes (to-wit) Pallas and '
| and has '
has returned to stay now :
child I'ptpthe woman about thiityyears recommended for rheumatm.! .
himself with the Boyer i
T n. Gillespie, of the Alabama associated! old, the boy about four years I eczema and all kinds of skin .
KisHimmee Real Estate agency. old. the Right and Title of which
Paving Company, was in -- 'I diseases. Also for: stomach .
:Tuesday looking after business! in the Riley Godwin, of Saint Cloud, for- said negroes I do and will varrant I' trouble- For baths and mineral .
)interest Mr. Gillespie Osceola county and forever defend against all manner
of his company. representative of I
contract mer whatever.-and I like- water for drinking purposes! and friends .:
is now engaged in a paving I in the state legislature. was in of persons All our"customers are
for the city of Palatka. I Kissimmee Tuesday. His friends are wise wal rant the above described negroes leave order at 614 Patrick St.,

:Mrs.\ Henry Harper and her moth- urging representative him to become next year a candidate and he says for Given to under be sound my hand and healthy.and Seal this or phone :208.! invited visit us in our new quar'I'' ;

"I'', :Mrs. Leek returned to Kis- dav of March 1831.j .- '
B. E. the matter under consideration. 31st OwnerKlSslMIEF. ,
Kimmee Wednesday of last week from he has. j I WILLIAM FRANKLE (SEAL) CHARLES NID, "" {

their summer home in Grand Rapids, Attest : W. H. SLEDGE. I : ; FLORI.DALOVE'S ters. '. ,
and are at their winter home at 21 Mrs. M. V. Boyer reports the sale I BENJAMIN C. GRAVY. '

Clyde avenue. Davis proptrey known as the
of the
to With' strikes threatening to hinderthe
the Orlando road I
Leslie home, on
The Park Hotel will rent its dining of Browning. Mis construction of much-needed
W. C. Ingram, '
f I room, kitchen, and lunch room. AnyOne souri.Dr. Dr. Ingram is expected to school< buildings! in New York, thc AUTO & BUS LINE ':

interested should see Mrs. ARose a. come to Klssimme to live about the architect of the board of education ;

proprietor.Earl first of the year, expecting to consists retire has issued an appeal to the building AUTOS FOR HIRE M. I. STOUT
Wheeler, president of the from practice.and The seventy-one property acres, trades to exempt school work hereafter ALL NEW CARS .
t visited the of the home
rmelectrie Florida Co.. called. .
when strikes are We make specialty of
a ,
% during the week, and with his Judge Irby Dunklin, of Fort Worth, "

::ent. w. Wiinterton demonstrated Texas, visited W. A. Hill at his Shin. The Knights Templar and Royal Party Trips Groceries-rruitsVegetaI1e?
J 1>C Farmelectric light and powerJ'wit trle Creek home thh week. Judge Arch Masons of the state of Wyomingheld ;
the .
several local Inter.sted.-p1 of .
to associate justice .
is .
Dunklin at *
, tiei. of fcppeals Ws .tate, and baa a most successful convention Kissimmee Headquarters r t :- f., I" h-,

. court record of 'having had fever deds. Sheridian' this month. ,la Addition to Broadway Pharmacy, \. \ ".,.1\. ;i ?,-i
/ c ?ood value in all silk. Canton a hia.tereised. while in lower: the 'usuaCbusiness '....1011.,. banquets . . . 'bk:. '> I '
- **Pe, chamneuse taffeta.ete.. Evert ions ,.of .' .,tb.1'.iT.zi'.JUd. I.Ih ,Opposite.. ;;,Po.t of .c-'r: :*** 41 , ,I , ,, : .,,1 U' ...- -i.. ,..
e' ingham.arSnt1SSd coaiU,'-than .any ;;inceptions'..prvI4.4.dehightial: I.. . . ,' .'ft, .Ie'I. --.. 'P --- -- - '))1' .'
--.oJ-r.Tyru.n.o "
and to '
salting Ilgl .
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fe'.nat fad. WcOAULEY'S ,Dry- He tlkOrFJOlld*. andmajT'tUm( ltaUtl"' ,. .. rot, ''O!>:; ..: ,I.l Yf.' Ie -.oM!' t :.,..
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The world knows there if a State

RICE SCHOOL GAZETTE called Florida. What does that same
I $ world know about Klsalmmee and Os.

1 ceola county r Very little; let everybody
co-operate in compiling word '
-- iaXNotice
and picture a comprehensive editionof ,
VOLUME II KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 2, 1923 NUMBER 8 this paper that will tell the story. : .

- .- ........ """- -_ v... ""--.... What a large city accomplishes "

Editor ..._.________._Fred Lupfer OUR FOOTBALL TEAM SENIOR NOTES through the efforts of rightfully conducted :f
be garneredin -
co-operation, may
Assistant. Editor..Alberta Branson I Who -was It that made the statement Although we can hardly realize] it, proportion by the smaller cities .,'. -
REPORTERS several weeks age "I don't see nearly two months of our: school term It is all a question of earnest, sincere, /\
12th Grade -Elizabeth G. Moeeleyilth how the high school can have much is up and we have so much to do, in actual co-operation. Will you be a The city tx books of Kissimmee, Florida] will :1 i
Grade........,...._RfbekRh Miller of a {team this year, since they lost fact, we have done hardly anythingas co-operator Ask the Booster Editorof
10th Grade._.....,,__.Irene Spence practically half of the team last yet. The carnival Is tho first The Gazette to tell you about the be in the hands of the City Clerk and Tax Collector
& 9th Grade.__.._____Dorothy Bullock year?" Whoever made this statement thing that is coming off and it is plan. tf "
Music Dept.__Mary Louise Snodgrass we want to ask you this question coming along; fine. We have secured on and after Thursday November 1 '
: "Did you see Osceola and San- permission to hold this carnival in the Have us mail The Gazette to your 1923, for the
We do not have quite enough time ford play last Friday and did you same place, where it was held last friends in the north. **
for yell practice at chapel. in the see the game between Osceola and year-on the two vacant lots back of --. Collection of Taxes for 1923. Fjve Percent Discount -

mornings. Five minutes is about all I Fort Meade?" If you did, we guess the postoffice. To secure this lot was .
we can spare and that is not enough. ,thrt you have probably changed your the first thing to do, and now that it will be allowed for early payments, dating .
> I Sooner or later we will have to find mind about our team*, Even if you is accomplished, the booth cdmmit- :: II. CLAY STANFOnO

a way to get more time. We could I haven't, just come out to the football teen have started, and are all IjiMy at + ---- from Thursday, November 1 to Friday November "
make it sooner it we would follow the Held] tomorr w afternoon and :you work. Maybe you won't hear much RAL ESTATE, RENTALS < '!
example set by group of girls last I will sees team as good: as any Osce- from us from now on-we'll!! co so + AND INSURANCE -:- 30 1923. f
_ week. They gathered together at recess -lola ever put on the field last year. busy. But look out for the f fi'-st weekin < Over Bank of Osccola County oCo I

I and learned an oldcollege song, 1 You may say that it is impossible\ to December! 0) KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 000 -
that will likely be used nt all\ future j have such n team, but we disagree- .:-:..."<> <....'"<"9 -O'.40 ...>.,........
games. We could get together on ), with you for this reason. The team NO DISCOUNT AFTEJR NOVEMBER\ 30 1923
the rhool grounds> at recess and ]''is hl'omingmott' experienced, fighting JUNIOR NOTES <-*(>o)<< *<<""" ;.:..:- ,

practice a1of\ our yells and sunga.' j harder, and developing its speed.jWe -- : -:-
The Juniors are quito proud of the :|t ELLIS F. DAVIS .
The used at these I :
lung-power open- j wish to say right here that the record which they! made the first '
I' .30
nir pep meetings would promote 'team has been working harder this month of school and are hoping that ATTORNEY AT LAW *
school spirit and develop the best i week than since the started. <. Offices: C-
"season have done well the ,second. .
they as J.R.
has > Hank of Owt-oln County lliilliliiiK, : GILBER
teams of rooters- Osceola ever :
The boys' have come to the conclusion Last month nearly fifty per cent (' I I'rim I mi I .;
known. _____ __ !i that if they can verne so near to win- the Juniors w're'on the! honor roll. < I'rarllrr <.1
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!ining( frames n little harder practice Not only was this percentage, higherbut 4.: KISS1MMIOIO.., FI.OR1PA, I : ,
<-: M o-<->>k"-< -> ", *":-:->-. : I
will win the next ont>. Boys, let's'keep also the number of pupils on the ---------- I
Can anyone question the co- 'pern- \'' up t the fight and show the peo- honor roll was/ higher than that of .,..> ..:_<__:__,..:> xOOooC -><_:--:--:-:..:_ City Tax Collector
tive of our I school ? They can- pie of KiRsimmee that we haVe the any other prado in high school. Thereare -> .:.
not, and what's morp, \\'' dqn't intern! quality for n real,football tenm. We f fifteen Juniors and l seven of them LUCILE JOHNSON *
giving them! n chjnce. If you wish a!(- littl and light( but -we can sciap pot on the honor roll! And I they assure .> .>
I 10 the f finish.i :> JUSTICE OF) TilE l'E.CI'P: ----
hat intend do
to nee n good example of oui spirit you I they to I1S'd1
*: I'(1 111.1{'' :STEN::' (Hi;\rilER I .:.
e at this tir1; (' of the year just visit i -----.w- I \\ j jn; the following months as t hey
one of our football gamo.'< Our !boys I As l hi: t I': nlay was Henlih, nnilTemnoiamv (lid! in the lir.-'t.\ CLAIMS HANDLED .*. I ----- ---- - ,
maintain the fighting and. i team work Po'e: devoted nearly ... .. .
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spirit on t the field, whil our girl ;Jtwo hni'i-i,, (of (iur time to a program! S IT'S EASY -- - --
stick right together ami pull" for tin- on thiscnihjiVt) \ *. cuch one of, t tin1toarhfr I <-< -:-:- :-< -:- :-:- ----.X. <-:-
team and school to the finish ('!o.n : '"aldn'Iwrl: I talk. Tho It's as ('a- t" lifia' to ]leinDo 'P: I '..

sports aml good sportsmun>-}i i|p 'is (, pi 1 Ofr1"a;!! as fallows: a kind act II.> t I" In- mean; :: MILTON PI.EnGEI :
fostered in our athletics. Pact" )history! 1. !Sonf, --ItOh tie I Hymn I of I the Ri-puh-I It's a- ".uy to prnii-p ns to scorn :. .:. I
of athletics. shows us not nlwny* I the ]I lie.. _ _ Hy School To ti u-I and, bi> /frla') us to mourn; ::. ATTOKNKYT I.\W .:' TAX NOTICENOTICE
victors. hut' regardless of "defeat' :2.! I I'l-'ilnbition! li.\v. :Mr.I Shavrr I It's ju-t in this w'rlllI"U, take it.It's .:. Stile Rank liuildinj; <. 1
good Io4ers.Ve; ''' have established :!. I lVrionil" : I J Influoncc ind i I 1 TIMIIJHT- i -:. I KISSIMMKK' I t :I vii't-t't'| I \ '..
that reputation and hope to retain it l unit' _ :NisVVCklT. ;' :u- )to I IOllk ns ilnwn : .:.
l':1"y up ; -:- <-< -: -
: :- :- so long as our school! stands.' In I. To Tl\-rlf! I IV: TruiMis: -* lia-s S I It'd t < !. !",. 'o s.M.ii'i-' :-is to flown I ; - -
I looking buc-k over the history of our :"i." ('if* : I'i'lti's. s'jul Tobmi-o} I It'-- as "iii v t tn. luuc'i i a" to cry; i F k nl'H'{ \\' j TJ-F.r -----... ,
school find that I the really \lig\. I j Mis, I l.i-itni-r. .
we :: I -- Ignite a- 1'\:\i-' to -in(' :is, to irh( KRIBBS & STEED
things and worth-while, thinjr-i attempted Mi.: l'', -lih, :.Miss Shoikloy !, It's jll't ;in I t'i.-' i 'inilil ayou takiit..
by (). II. S. have always ln-en. .7. 1 rl ',.pl'r; ;,,)" iMI Athli-liri.] . C.;t. :S. I LAVTfN.:! ,Itnrnrs uinI '....n..I..n sit I.... '"
8 u'O 8 I'l's.' Ocoola II iJ.h:: Si-hool<1 j .. \Ir. Hiv.m, ? I __ _ : ll iMMlmrarr, lends --is
a bigger success of the Senior Carnival -J, Ea':1' \\ niii' nf thl'"'' Liii k-. \\ eve \t.\, I rirnrml pr.<- lrr In all !State end hereby given that
last year than ever l hi'fnrt., not i intoi' "'-t jOg mi'l' !inniiiuu feel that wshouli SOrllOMOItK) () ( XOTKS tilled !lnlc lourl*. I

only in a financial way but 1"0111 it ] il'l all \vo ,can I In liolp K<-"-i 11 t tm' I Tl'i' S> plmmori"; ; ',' burst- ----- -- ---------- Osceola County tax books for 1923
we 1 learned thai the spirit of cooperation -| piohilvtii: i,, lim ing(! a life of faitly PAT JOHNSTON: i; !I' iAHHKTT I
''int! \siih I inipi i i itin t <-i'. They have ilcc -
means that n battle is half ti'inporani-i') o.iv-i'lvcs] and I by usiiiK c iclcil! upon, t tin if I It'iot,t I Ii", for the carnival JOHNSTON & GARRETT
won. This year we intend to make a I ou I' I inllui-iH-e on ot iuerc. will for collection
II We can'i, tell] what they are, I open on Novemberfirst.
bigger success of the carnival than ATTOR;EYS-AT-LAW
becuuso) that i is th\ (? M''n'thuL they
ever before. There are more students I If your foimcr journy" hove not arc \\ell worth the money.Miss Offices\ : 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank
in high school, and our spirit is in- nift with suci'osa, Building. I am now ready to furnish
creasing. Why shouldn't we make a Pome to 'Ul' fount and! rink! with a I ;
bigger success? rest; : 1,1'itner ( in English 11Il1)) I've KISS1MMEIC, FLORIDA
Viiitrhed them make piano. It takes --- ------ estimates of these
For the real beverage of perpetual I taxes. 2 per cent
Young women shoulj Fet goal| examples youth i tw'n11'1111' i < to eure the wood. DR. R. J. DENNING
-for young men will follow You will find right.( hems in our Joe T.:-Oid you stay there all the DENTIST '

them. I "Freshman" booth. S. S. time? Over the Postofflce. discount will be1'allowed*. for November -
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JKKICE: HOURS: II to U::30. 1:10 t* S
T'ls better to have loved and lost I When you have your aim in life, When you find! the profession you itesidence Phone -
than to have loved and gained. pull the trigger. wish V. follow, trail it. 174Office Phone IS* payment.

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The world knows there is a State I ducted co-operation, may be garnered I

called Florida. What does that same [ in proportion by the smaller cities. Baby Woke P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNETAT.LJiW
.-. world know about Kissimmee and Os- It is all a question of earnest, sincere Up r l

ceola county T Very little; let every- actual co-operation. Will you be a and C. L. BANDY
body -co-operate in compiling in word ''co-operator? Ask the Booster Editor Laughing OFFICES ,

and picture a comprehensive editionof lot t The Gazette to tell you about theplan. Winter Park Florida
I this paper that will tell the story. J.f Full of Play I
What, a large city accomplishes Collector. '
I ; f
: through the efforts of rightfully con- Gazette. Classified Ads bring results "When my baby was teething sh. .OOtt t. 'OtttO OtO 42-10t S

... ,was no fretful I could hardly do 0' ,
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1 =::: anything 'With her." writes UrL A- 0' TURNER GRANITE <0
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. rut : C. lirown -
+ ; Colum b'us. OIL + COMPANY\ TAMPA *
"I gave her every! medicine advertised I
for Kli-k babies but they didn't -
top )IHT fretlln and MONUMENTS 1Co -
I iI The Man With Smile frit, ml advlsf-cl Teethina cryingA and after + _
a : the Ffronil M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee - -- - < -
to nloep ;inrl woke up laughing': and. Co <0
I full of play TeelMna lisa given pi r. . -
f.t xiitlpfnctnin I ut all t tlmra.I "
Tcilhlna ii>iititln t > no oplHtm!' or .,.
Is Worth While otlur dunK' runs. :
f mi <,{ the gums, rellevcvoollo. : M. TILLER
ln bowel !Iro..h1. !< !w. It 80oth.x the fret | Real Estate Agency |
ful ,child liMliKlns1. roHt. quirt and _
are prepared to take orders for kind
TO THE PESSIMIST n-f:i-MhlnK" sHop. ThoiifrandB ofgr.t.fuI any
mothers praise It to the
klr.9.Toctlilnu.. INSURANCE <0Co of Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads

l.s 'iiolil' by all drugK> ti, INDEMNITY BONDS 0-
or head 3Oc to Labora- 4
the Moffttt
"The battle! in lont," cried Then
: Napoleon. hesitating a moment
torioH. Citlurnhun) (Ja.. for a package
J'- lie shouted: "But it i U only 2 o'clock, and we have time to win another and a free booklet about battles. Kissimmee Valley Gazette

Help ,the Red Cros do everylwhore\ SHOP KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

What inspiration What courage! what you would do if you were there.
Annual Roll Call, Sunday, November .

,; Every morning Just before you start out for business, make up 11, from 12:30: to I :30 p. m. Will you Nothing Too Big --- -
i your mind that are going to win. Decide that will answer "here" when your name is
you you Bleep on
called Quality plus Service in
,- the battlefield if necessary. ? Nothing Too Small commercial printing at the Gazette

) Demand for ammonia sulphate for
S EVERY MAN IS PAID IN HIS OWN COIN. The fellow who rertilizer is
growing rapidly. During All Work GuaranteedTo
frowns will be frowned at. The man that smiles will be cordially five months nearly 7,000 tons of it

greeted. If you think, you will be entertained by thinkers; IF YOU were shipped from the River Rouge Be Satisfactory

S WORK, TilE WORLD WILL WANT YOU. plant of (the Ford Motoi1 Company to IL8lliJ cDRYclliTITIrn
I:all\ parts of the United States. It is

S He is only free, big, and worth" while" that can master his moods :a by-product of coke, carries from 20 5 Broadway : Telephone 143
which means, master his mind. likes in to 21 per cent available nitrogen and electricva.sliiii0 machine
Everybody to come contact I
i is known as one of the world's ..
best a .WASHES AND
with thin. brand of business
a booster. We all like to meet the cheerS ,commercial carriers of that element. a,
ful. optimistic, good-natured fellow who breathed success.


Prices until today $165

importance of environment l is seldom thoroughly understood

fully appreciated. Get in the atmosphere of a hustling, bubtling

: bunch of business men. Success is contagious, and you cannot contract Medicinal-Virtues Dangerous. Retained and Sickening and Improved Meat and Iflff1TTi! NOW $155

it without you are where it is. Success: lies in getting thoroughly Qualities Removed. Perfected Tab-

r aroused, fully awake, enthusiastic. Get Into the current Into let Called "Calotabs." VegetablesPhone : :: I U
the middle of the stream and it will I-. 1 I
carry you on to success. Keep t U
The latent triumph of modern science _ _ _ _ _
I r driving, keep pushing keep forging your way to the front. Remember In a "de-nnuHKated" calomel tablrt ..::11- ,l U"S"
"Birds of feather flock known to the drug trade as "Calotabs" 44 S -: .cI. -
i a together. Keep away from the Indifferent Oalormd. the most generally used of all
S unsuccessful Mix with men who fortify you to fight. It is medlclnrs thus eaters upon a wider I

a hundred to one that there is a special opportunity for you right .. fd field from of popularity.those objectionable-purified and qualities rrln- . 1'

u where you stand. Get the iron of enthusiasm in your blood. Get which In blllousneB have heretofore. limited Its u.... t

into the thick of the fight for the man who puts himself squarely InS and Indigestion constipation and In a headaches great- I

the center" of a battle. nine times out frten. Is more sure of ultimate-'. variety troubles of calomel liver wis stomach the -most and successful kidney- Y. J. LING JOHN A. MCCARTHY ;

S reward than the man who holds back expecting to cash the residue. remedy but its v.. wan often nsg- ,-
lected on account of Its sickening qual C
ities. Now It Is the easiest and most Hand LaundryNow

; ;- BE A LIFTER NOT A LEANER Calotab pleasant at of beoUIrn medicines with to a swallow take.. One of ElectricalDealer S t

water.-that's all. No fast,* no griping l r
no nausea, no salts. A good s and ContractorST.
night's sjeep and th. next morning you open and readyfor ::1
S are feeling fine, with a clean liver a !
S Keep Your Eye on the purified system and a big appetite. Eat business .. CLOUD, FLORIDA' H\
S t oic. _t i what you please. Ma d&ng.lI.. i''
f Calotab. are sold only In original

Kissimmee Gazette sealed for; the.packages large,, r.rloe,thfrty.flT. cent \ JR'Jr.Ti' !; r
Valley package: ten) 20 Stewart i
cents for th. anally.trial> slie. Tour ] Ave. .'1"' >.
: ,, f'
t.. druggist\ authorised to refund the ..,, ..t..... 1 ,
prloe a.. aguaraat.'tbatyou will be Kisjhnmee . -ro./-. ,. ,
Florida :,
S . i ,, .9s. "L .Ji :
. .- ,. -- "'I SYs "' thoroughly 4.11..11wltla. Calotabf. ... . !> ""
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nes Maude Mathews In her
own light and name"as Clerk
7".y thereof
Complainant vs. Ktwlmme.
y : ofnclal seal thereof this the lt day of
et aL Respondents.
: : AdvertisementsWHBRBA8 THB STATE
Legal OF FLORIDA November A. D. 'ell.J. .
" .; B. .T0' f- N. Dunn. Amanda L. OVERSTREET clerk
? ? a* Mr (C"; ..
x VolandRowlknown l .t. Seal) ,,41-11
eeeeeeaaa A. B. De Ue Vol.
ppaoooaeee her huband; R. 0., Meek; Sarah Mary BY
too Crawford: A.enett Sophia PaULon, l>

, 1 Hoard of Public at a special In.truction'OtO.-meeting off aid respondents. or any are or living them, and If said lAGRICULTIRAL HOLLYWOOD THE
respondent are dead
ieola County Florida, held on October' STATE) OF FLORIDA To'landhereinaft : [ POINTERS I IJ. !
., iSthT A.. D. '1811. a petition wa" flled # SEA
,...lth'aald Board signed by more than rfdescribedeunder said I

.echfofrthe district. hreinaftersmen. deceased respondents, or otherwise In. 1.. Ir
eluding: aU the heirs devisees. grantees It. OUNN. COUNTY AGENT.
lion d, who pay a tax on real or per and other claimants of or under r
.,iflal property In said respective ot said' n tn.. HiHtrlctfi, and who are resident In their STATE) OF FLORIDA TO All partlviotherwlee present are that IS THE SENSATION' R
Raid respective dl.trlct., asking; the olalmlnir An market tor cabbage will be good.thia
Hoard to call an election to cletermln.wht'th..r land. YOU ARE) HEREBY NOTJFJEn'' year so if you have lost out on some .,
Special Tax School Districts that a bill to quiet the title to the fol of the earlier 1
Nol, 4.; 6. and 1. Osceola County; Florida ... lowing described property located In crops or have a pieceof OF THE HOTJ11WITH ., '
should be consolidated Into a aln- the City of Klmtlmrnra. Oiceola Count idle ground ready put it in cab.*
Irin' lax school district for the purposrfat I"lorldaLto-wlt: Beginning at the mot bage.
levying; and collecting a district Westerly Corner of Lot Four of Block visiting the various berry patches EVERY FEATURE OF' THE'LARGEST CITIES IN
Hchuol tax fur the exclusive use of thelIIbliC Fifteen of the South Florida
free schools In the> entire area Company's Survey to the Town Railroad of Kl*> over the county it is found that COUNTRY WITH ALL THE ADVANTAGES
,Included within said three districts .Immee City. Onceola County State of too much raking and stirring of the THE FINEST ,
end for the further purpose of having; Florida according to this official plat soil is being done. Get you a small RESORTS IN AMERICA-

school tht- oilier District powers under of the a Special constitution. Tax thereof public record riled and of Orange recorded County among Flor the light hoe and just shave the young WITH AN UNSURPASSED LOCATION ON ALL THE MAIN .

unit law of Florida, and ida, run thence Northeasterly along I grass and 'weeds off the surface of LINES OF TRAVEL-WITH AN ESTABLISHED '
WHEREAS: the Hoard has made anInvedtldratlon Church Street seventy-live feet to the the soil leaving the beds as firm as
and found and determined most Northerly corner of raid Lot OF PEOPLE FROM '
that said petition Is In compliancewith of said Block Fifteen) thence Four run I possible. It will be found that this ALMOST EVERY STATE IN THE

provisions of law governingcon Southeasterly alone the dividing line I can be accomplished best by keeping UNION AND CANADA-IT IS SMALL WONDER THAT s
solidation of contiguous special tax between Lot three and Four of said the hoe very sharp. Take the file to

school districts and Block Fifteen a Distance ot eluhtyrlKht the field and be sure to use it. HOLLYWOOD BY-THE-SEA HAS LEAPED INTO PROMINENCE .
WHKREAS said districts are con- I
feet; thence run Southwesterly *
llououi andWHEREAS parallel toChurch Street a distance of Another warning is to keep away AND POPULARITY SO SOON.
the Board has found and .eventy flv* feet to Drury avenue; from deep plowing in your truck ,4
determined that the signatures to said thence run Northwesterly alone Drury I crops after they have gotten up to THE SELLING HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL-WITH A

petition to are..genuine, and are that to each thesigners Avenue beginning1.lirhtjr-rlht Said land feet being to' the a placeof part a good alee aa you cut the feeder NATIONAL ORGANIZATION AND A SCORE OF OFFICES )

cue qualified electors who pay; ..a tax of Lot Four of the said Block Fifteen I roots by doing this and very often
on real and personal property In and situated in and part of the North i cause the plants to shed the first ESTABLISHED IN LEADING CITIES-HOLLYWOOD-BY- ,
the Special Tax School District for half of Government Lot Four of Section bloom. THE-SEA HAS BEEN PRESENTED
which they have subscribed and whore Twenty-two Township Twenty. TO HUNDREDS OF
.. resident In said Special Tax School Hve South of Range Twenty-nine Bat The berry patches are beginning to THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE
(II l DlKtrlrt for which they have subscribed of Tallahaaaea Meridian was filed on show up in fine shape now since we FOUR MILLION

and who sre resident lit said Special the 6th day of October. A. D. IMS. In have had a few days cool weather. DOLLARS WORTH OF PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD AND
School District and that more the
above Court by Agnes Maude Mathew -
than one-fourth of the qualified electors against you and other YOU AND Blossoms and small berries have been MORE THAN ONE AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS HAS k
'lns taxes aforesaid and in several which will
pa) ; as BACH OF YOU ARK!: HEREBY COMMANDED seen patches e
reildent .. aforesaid In each of said to appear In said cause on bring ripe berries by Thanksgiving BEEN SPENT IN BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTSAND -
I plRtrlrta, have subscribed the said the Srd day of December A. D. 121.
if nothing happens to them. .
until Ion Witness the Honorable C. O. Andrews ALL THIS HAS BEEN DONE IN JUST TWO'YEARS. -
NON THEREFORE) RE IT RE- aa Judge of the above Court and The bean Leaf roller and Jassids
8OLVKP by the Board of Public InKtructlon. my name as Clerk thereof and the seal are still quite plentiful in this section PROPERTY VALUES HAVE MORE THAN DOUBLEDIN

, that nn .election Osceola be County held In each Florida of of October said Court A. IX on ISIS.thin the ith day of so be sure you do not neglect THE PAST EIGHTEEN MONTHS AND THEY WILL

Idling Special Tax School Dim- spraying your beans regularly. Use
said J. L. OVKRSTRERT.A !: .
lilt. .Id Noa. 4, 5, and 6, of Osceola Clerk of above Court. bordeaux mixture to which one poundof CONTINUE TO INCREASE WITH THE ENORMOUS
('''"111\'. Florida, on the 24th day of (Circuit Court Seal) arsenate of lead and one half pintof
Nnvrinlirr. A D. 123. for the purpose JOHNSTON: OARRETT.
tobacco have added
"f i1' termlnlng.Vi : Ktnalmmee. Florida. dust been for
> 1 Whether the said districts Council for Complainant. 48-fll every fifty gallons of spray. OPERATION.

iih ill 1'e roiidolldaled and became aHlnulc Some of the farmers who need to Weekly Sightseeing And Inspection Tours Are Made From
Hporlnl Tax School DistrictNII NOTICR TO CIIFllTOlla!: -
do have their citrus
not treesa
2 \\ ho shall he the Trustees I. C'oart so given
: of the Con XT Jndare. Onerelaounlr. KISSIMMEE To HOLLYWOOD BY-THE-SEA- MIAMI-
of l.r..1 i consolidated dtdtrlct C' State of Florida. fall clean-up spray yet this fall. .
\? Tin number. of nilllii of dlsii In re Krtate of Wllhelm Schmidt De If you have any scale and whitefly it For Full Information and Beautifully Illustrated LiteratureJust -
., i i I.i\ to Inlevied and collected ant ceased. will
i .iu rm the year A. 1 D. 19X4\ and To nil Creditors. Legatees Dlatrlbuteeannd be to your advantage to spray Fill Out And Mail The Coupon.
v : > 1 192 i. within the proposed ct>n- -ill IVraonH having Clnliim or right away with an oil emulsion spray \.
''it..l '"..1 rl. t for iio I exchidlvt use Men titdd against said Estate: and) get: them clean before winter.
M.". i public free HChooln thereof.l You 'ind each of >ou. are hereby no- The growers of this section are v

l > I I' .IP,ml Fl'HTHKIt. KtlinHten. RKKOLVKI the mlllaKe I that ie- Ifli-d I and.lid. required deninndn to which present you anyelnllns or trying to get up enough vegetablesto Homcscckcrs Realty CompanyAgents : I

i I'' .1 tir lit. .liMeil for the years A .Ithir f \MU. may have against Ihs ...- ship out a car ",Wednesday by
l I' I 1':4 11".1 I A II 1926 111 said |.roponi.d lute of Wllhelm Vlchmldt. dereaned latef freight for New York. If you have
llilnt.d Metric In the event Hint Kttflmmi I ... OMceolH ' 1"lorl..".
.i..1> 1 I. lion l In favorable In IMI ft V. thi IIIIII.h"'H.1 .I..lnl"lrRtl'l.. of a few crates of peppers eggplants For
, 'Mli, "aid tat within two years from the (ctik><'t or other truck get in touch
111. 'IT HKWOIA'KP that the eletllon. .Iat". h. u'af with Karl I.upfor Horace Brown or HOLLYWOOD LAND AND WATER CO.J. .
I- 1:11 Tux H< liool IMdtrlrt No 4I. I 1.1, tI'l.t. llth. A. P. 1921SlIlHIA
county agent at once W. YOUNG President.J.
r I I.. li. M lit the rollowliiK poll I nt: Hdl&linTit your .
I', . t.<>-Wlt\ 4 -{ AdministrateNCCIII grower will shin to his own firm and
R. Local 120 Main Street
Mil'II :<..h..1 I l-.tillillllM III Klesl| ,.nine.I .. ---- receive his check direct from the firmto SINQUEFIELD, Manager, oJ
I i 11' re KKSOLVI.M thai i: OK AI'I'I.11'ATII/N FOIL TVV" which he ships. If you do not KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ";
II s Ilintlon. 1n Vans Agnew and DKEI), ,
.1 \1il-luitt.r I IIH IncpeclorB and Sum N-OTK'K IS IIKKRHY OIVKN. That know of any responsible firrrs we rein ,. .
I I. I 1'II.r'I' .11 UN Clerk l>.- and Hi'-. I.. .S Tli.iikei. .putt boxer" or Tax OrIllliale position to get you lined up with
AI, I I"> tKMiilnateil and appointed !t.. Nap 3"3. :3115 i 30r., 307. 3IIK. dal- one. '
i.. r iv. .11 InnpeilolH. and Clerk .,'ap. "- eil the l>th day of .J lun.A. U.l 1921 has Most of the beginningto MAIL COUPON TODAYJ. ;
t ,. I I' ol. Spei.lul Tax School DlHtilctHi 'tiled 1110..1 i'ertin< I.: 4 : I baa mud*' al,>pli( ..II..n for lax deed to show the need of fertilizer\ now, R. SINQUEFIELP Local Manager,
: IT FITRTHKIt RKHOLVKH that Iddiio In accotdaie, with law. laid: having such a heavy crop of fruit on
the 10"110" In Hpeclnl Tax Hchool I'ln11 certlMcatt-s embrace the following described .- them so if have not already 120 !Main Street Kissimmee Florida.
,.' i :Ni: 6. shall be held at the fol- property situated In Oseeola.ounty. you
I I.+,* m,;, polling place to-wit I <' Florida, to-wll: gotten; your fall fertilizer do 'so at Dear Sir-Kindly: send me without any obligation on my part, full information y'

I*. "i'T I'sjrk ..f"'JooIHW: in I lots 1. 4. 6. 8 and Ely lot 2 In Block once and get ready for fertilizing r.bout the weekly trips to Hollywood By-The-Sea and Miami; also illustrated literature.
Hi; :n that I : lots 1 to K In Illock 2: I..ota I to 18 Don't use a fertilizer too high in am-
J A llarclaj., iMivtrl has and 11. V and 18 to 27 In Block S; Iota 1 and 9 fall Thl'ef'percent Name------------------------------------------------------
ruin, as Inspector, and l I. M. I'arlln to 11 In Block S; lots 1 to 28 In Block monia for your application. "
an "'l'.rk. t>.. and they are hereby nominated I. Florida Fruit Hell Hale Company's is as high as any of our Address-------------------------------------------------_ '
and appointed to serve as Inspectnrs Hubdlvlalon No.1. \groves: should have and a large num
; and Clerk respectively' of I The said land being aaaeased at ,thedale ber ought to be cut to two. Use a City------------------------------------------_____________
Hiifxliil Tax School District No. tHBl of Issuance of said certificate In
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the name of Hull Ha... Unless said 2-8-8 or 10, or a 3-8-8 or 10. (
the election In Special Tax School District certificate shall be redeemed according I Don't get too enthusiastic over banana
No. 6, shall be held at the following to law tax deed will Issue thereon on growing until you find out
polling place, to-wit: the J4th day of November A: D. lZi. .
have r'rade.
Milliard's Packing House. J. L. OVER8TREET. 1 something about it. But if you

HB IT FURTHER RBHOLVBD thai Clerk Circuit Court land that you think is suited consult ____ _____.__
('I. F Austin. J. II. 8mlth and C. C. Osceola County. Florida your county agent about the opportunities c--- '

Raise as Inspectors, and Fred Harveyas (Circuit Court Seal) .and conditions for growing, There will be three bands of IMPORTANT MASONIC portance will come up for considers y
Clerk be and they are hereby nominated 4.-St By 8. H. Bullock.. D. c.
and appointed to serve as In* and success with them. music, beautiful horses long' horn MEETING MONDAY NIGHT tion, and every 'member. it .urged. to,

spertors and Clerk respectively, of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX steers and buffalos, together with the be present

Special Tax School District No. 1. DRieD. COW GIRLS MAKE ORLANDO usual kicking males-all of which goo Orange Blossom' Lodge No. 'SO, F.
1JH IT FURTHER RBHOLVBD that NOTICE 18 HEREBY: GIVEN That TOWN in Orlando that and A. M. will meet in regular ses- Gazette Job' Department 'can turn
LOOK LIKE FRONTIER make a parade ,
the Superintendent of Public Instruction a. 10[. Marlin and C. M. Oarbett. purchaser up
cause a' notice of said proposed of Tax Certificate No. 1S02. dated rill no doubt make a red letter dayf munication on next Monday evening, out any kind of job printing you\ .
election to be published once a week the 7th day of June A. D. 1ZO, has Mildred Douglas, champion woman November 6 in Florida history. November 5, at 7:30. Matters of im elre. de"I
for four consecutive weeks In The flied said certificate In my office and rider of the world, has arrived in Orlando -
KldMmmee' Valley Oasette, a newspaper has mode application for tax deed to with her load --- -------- -- !
bringing a car -- --
published within the County of Issue In accordance with law. Said ,
"n' Bola and having general crculati certificate embraced the following de- of bucking horses steers and buffaloa. -

in through Bald County. crloed property situated In Onceola Arriving on the same train with t O '
Ill,?; IT FURTHER; RKHOLVKD that County Florida towith4 Miss Douglas was Mabel Baker who D. .
II fi.rm of ballot to be used al said \\' V, Ulork VL. Roller BR....' Addition .1
.I. tli.n shall be substantially na folIIKKI4 lo Klnnlnimee City appeared in Douglas' Fairbank's fa- i
I.N. H The sail load hlrgr niiRfK'K-d 01 the mous "Robin Hood" picture AI Paris,
II. ".0\I.IOT. date of issuance or fiald rertltlt-iite** In John Caruthers Si Humphries. Bill '

sll' :: i.U. TAX 14CHOOt. IlIITRI'T
r.l.HITIllN.: : IN tll''' ''IA'.fTAX' !SfHUOI.IHKTHIflS log: to |Ian tnx deed will ,lease Ih.'r.'unlit the I smallest cow boy on earth, who When a Freeze Comes :
4. ro. ANI1 R, OSc'I'.OJ.\ ( the 281h day of Novemlier A PIn will direct a bevy of clowns, proenurePd ;
COUNTY J--I.OKIPA HELD NUVKMliKIt I- !. J L ONKRKTHKKT bv the ureas and public na
24th A I.I 1923 Clerk ('limit Court. '
'Iul .|iie>ilt..n mibmlKeill'Inilu (SIIAI.: ) the funniest bunch living.
' hour. choice\ l.v flu.kin it -- OBreol.i CnniltV Klulldl.! . Tclcirruins! from famous cow boys! Be Ready for It f 1 1t:1
'x b.. f..,.I.,, the propoHltlnn/ will. Ilj 1I -5t Ih' S.. 11. II throughout the country are pouring: @ .. 1j
xiu. Hen oiirh .. \ : _ ---- NOTICK.NOTICB in to the Round-Up committee and
K' 'II|< i' iiniioild"ntlon Spiliil Tux
M linol IHntili-tH, 4. B Hint. R. Into n ( Is\ hereby nlvi-n thnt H"III..1hl.h other notable of Round-Up fame are

__Mtu I 1.' Spni'lul Tax Si-hool. -I'lmililM. .. will Commissioners be received by In the and Hoard for I)of nreolii expected to arrive daily from now un- Citrus trees sometimes grow without fertilizer. A

..\I:-:$T- conaoll'litilon. ; of Special I County. p lorlda.. up to ten A. 1\1. til Tuesday, November fi, when :

'I'1 ..x School IIIsti I .lets 4 Tux 5. and Hi'hnulI'lutrlct 8. Monday. November Gill.. A. II 1923. fin. promptly ot two o'clock at the Orlnn- Spraying has often been omitted and the fruit sold at a reasonable ,
linn '
n sIliKla Special the opening of right of wnv .n roiulrunning Ho fair grounds the Ronnd-Up Boss

------- from Holopnw to Kenanavllle.toirethir will give the word: "GO!" It is expected price. ,
*rei>n<1 nieNll B onhinltleiliW with the condtrtictloti of nneh \
h.i shall be Trlisteen Of p-Iporrd rldires nd may bo shown In Specification that fully\ 200 Florida cow g. Even cultivation has been neglected in instances, and a profitable ,I
1011,1.1.1 UlnlrU-t' boys and cow girls will take part in
,iVot.. fur Three 131Vrl'" In Hldd to bo delivered to the Clerk of the big noon-day parade on the first crop produced.
'''''n. of cnridldnte, of your cholci 1 the Circuit Court. J. 1. -rntree.t. anil : "<,
- ---- -- --- .-- - net of Specification! may be hud b.y: applying day as handsome prizes are offered! Many advisable operations in profitable citrus growing are not always 'r
--- to the said Clerk' or J. K John for the Florida girls: and boys making essential. ,
-- --- -------- ston. County Kndlneer.K the best appearance in the paUSE absolutely .
Third question ..nhmltt.Vhnt ... L I> ov..r lr..t. Chairman.Atteat '
\ number of mills of I'latrlct : J. L Overdtreet. Clerk 'I S 1 ; But there is one thing which IS. 't
Inv ,+InlII, )hi' levied and collectedinnually {
. for two .IlCC..edinR: yearsIn IN CIHCI'IT COURT FlIH lit I: 8EVKNTKKNTH st Either you must protect your grove when the temperature drops to .i
I the i/roponeil consul Wnted I"|Ktrht JUI>irlM.( KTHK
around 27 won't have fruit to sell or possibly any grove to \
for the exclualve use of public HTATK OF Jo'I.OHI.TN. ANI> or you any ,
J free schools? Foil THM l COUNTY OF OMCKOI..A. IN ., protect. "'
'The Hoard cutlmates the mlll.lKP CHANCKUY: AONI MAITOK MTII

required. for years A. D. 1924 andA l E\VS. In her own right. Complainant.vd The freeze hazard must be averted at some time or that hazard will l.
I). 1926 In said proposed contolMated KI8SIMMKK LAND COMPANY, a
district to be FIVK Florida Corporation et "I.l Respondents become your personal disaster. Prepare to meet it 't

S Write that you In figure wish leVlt-d of number not tn of exceeden mllla THE STATE Lend OF Company FLORIDA roxrl TO: HullrtIIIK Klilalmmee -- SANITARY DAIRYCO'S SKINNER COKE HEATERS will at low cost save your grove investment ,

( mills.) Philadelphia. I'ennsylvanln. And MILK fr ICE CREAM ;, fruit;, tree, bud and blossom. Send in the coupon. x t' {
. Mills.1)K now this day this cause having come fiJ
for order -
for hp..rlnupon application
this resolution be published an part on of publication addressed to KI..lmm..e \
of call of notice of election: Land Company, a Florida corpora- .f Skinner Machinery Co. it,
tion. pursuant to the terma of R. CJ.
8. 1609. and the Court having madeproper
TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Investigation and beingfully Dunedln Florida. :;
Notice Is given that pursuantto BOX 119
hereby advised' finds that complainant II entitled .
resolution. which was adopted by to such Order for publication It L
the Hoard of Public Instruction of Os ordered and you. the Pf'SKINNER 1
la thereupon '
ceola. County. Florida at It. Special Klaalmmee Land Company are. hereby 1rMla r Service! Deparlmeat .<1
meeting; held on October 14th. A. I>. commanded to appear In the abovestyled Skinner Machinery Coepaar.Dunedin. i\:
im, copy of which Is attached to this cause, which la a suit to quiet Florida. .....
notice a special election will be heldIn In December towit .,
Rule day
title, on the \Bend! Information about laaater equipment r.qulred
each of Special Tax School Districts of December A. D.
: the Srd day"e, }t
to proteet my A
Nns. 6. B, and 8, Osceola County. FlorIda 1921. and defend said action. This order ATTENTION
on the S4th day of November. A. shall be published once a week 1 .. .

n. 1921. to determine the following for the period of four consecutive FATHERS I have . . . ... 4ra. Ia wave VarI.tI_ I
+ questions) First whether the said. weeks. In The Klaalmmee Valley Oasette 1 d
districts shall be consolidated and become published -
weekly newspaper r '
I is
l a single Special Tax School Trustee District In the County In which the said suit ............................. ...................
shall be the
: Second Who instituted. ,
of proposed consolidated district: was DONE, AND ORDERED at Orlando. Sanitary Dairy milk is
Third. The number of mill of districts A.
to be levied and collected annuallyfor D.FlorM,..... this 1lth O. ANDRIDW8.of October the milk for your folks.It _. .. .,..-....... .. .. .. ..................... o,1

i s they-are A. D. J 4.and A. -D. J dls-UI U.4t Judge of the above Court.In will benefit your baby.

within the proposed'consolidated ....... ...... ...........
trlct for the exclusive-use of the >ubllo nth Judicial Circuit G Your wife and children ...4.,... ... . ..... .
Circuit Court
fr. schools thereof. The polling
places In each District with name of in and for O ceola Cltrtt.County DevelopmentCo. Florida In will like it and it will be ,
respective Inspectors and Clerk are Chancery organised and e.l.t- good for you.ANITAAYDAIRYC. ,
of the reVnlutlOfi. *- a corporation
.t..tfod In the attached copy IriaV thelaws of the State ef
'This ,the'I4th day of October. under
. FloridaT Complainant Vertius: Jobs
/ A. D. .113i... J I Fay.,et aI. Respondents: Bill to QoUt
i/ *r .. H. t XP* The Stat.
Chairman Van Voaet..aaTrustee.
Jame A.
Florida tos
9 ...... struction. Oeoeola countyS'Florlda. of Bcheneotady. N. T.i Tan
.B. YOWELL. and required to
S.otatary.Ial1aV5 k '.q41It'J5. are hereby on .the Srd flay of J>eoembeA.rfljlU & vurwiilhmvf

' | Jn CVrcuit\ '' Court In an. fer the'Seven- to the BIlt'.of CmnpUtot. .'*,.\..* F ,1

i :.nth ,Judicial OI..eult.ol.Ih.. State of In -thr-abore ''nonoi-abl*, a O., Aarg 1,+y .1 fha
tJTlorlda In and for (.-ola, County.' In Witness the loth
11PRihe'ab.v..Ceart>> r
F f:. _......." "pdK. -.I I
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i : GA RA G '
' Monroe Thomas E.
,; ;,If"j:: ; :' ; ,:,; .' I.iHAIXOWE'EN BRIDGE .

. ;; I 18 Emmett
o" ', -1:;' The atmosphere of Uallowe'engreeted ..
y : .:>." ( the member and guests of

; the .Wednesday Afternoon Bridge .. .
E ;Club this we-ek when they were en- .
j Jtertained by Mrs. H. C.Piano, at her PHONE 47 Residence Phone ,71 '

home on Broadway. The rooms and ,
To All Parties Owing The Waters & Carson curtains were artistically\ decoratedwith .
black cats and owls, while the

I I general orange and blank- of the sea Car overhauled? Washed? '
._ Grocery Company : - son predominated. Tally curds bore ,
witches and pumpkins' while candle.

You are hereby notified that I will offer for sale to the highest in sticks. captivating of Hallowe'en places.colors were' set Batteries? Tires? Gas and Oil? '

The dining room presented as alluring -
I1nd best bidder, all accounts and judgments due this Company: in the most
I I ardent'( an lover appearance of "atmosphere"ns" couldd We Do It, and We Have Them.

the columns of this newspaper sometime within the-next. three week
adorned goblins
-- in this of delinquents, either I|' and pumpkins. Dainty nut baskets In fact---We Have A Garage.
If you do not care to see your name lit' in the predominant colors nestled .

at the places, while yellow cut flowers
in full or make satisfactory arrangements. If you are tem- -
pay up centered the table. Misses! Dot and
Jo Makinsun attired in Hallowe'en
porarily without funds and will put your account in a shape satisfactory caps and aprons, served" refreshments Prompt Attention. To Small Jobs A* Well At Large '
individual pies. ,
featured by pumpkin
+ : to mo, I will co-operate with you, otherwise, you may be embarrassed. Mrs. Pugh was the winner of the

high !score prize and received a dou- -
ble deck of bluck and white cards,

while Mrs. Geiger war awarded a .. .. . --- -- ---.- ,-_ -_. -- .._ .u -_-
Either see me or communicate with me direct or with Kiitbs Hallowe'en goblin pencil us consola- --
I tion prize. Those participating in -

I A Steed, my attorneys. thin, delightful party were Mesdames ,1
M. Alexander, II. W. Boice Harry
I Dale Carson Farmer. G. P. Garrett, Martha Washington Candy Store
H. S. Geiger, H. M. Katz, II. N. Ma-
S. B. OWEN, kinson, John Pugh W. J. Steed, Miss
Frances Bay, and the guest of the
I As Receiver of The Waters 4: Carson Grocery Co. club, Miss Angie :Makinson.. !. Old Time Home Made Candies
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;MRS. PRATHERThe 17 South Main\ St. Orlando, Florida

home of Mr. and :Mrs. Holmes
j Prather on Broadv.vv was I the seem
"Have Grape"NKW
II I of a pretty party on Wednesday afternoon j I a
,of last week when she entertained ,
.J II! the members of the \VediH-sdav' 'I'i iAfteinoon

+ ____ ._ _ -- ._ I Hiiiljre (Club. There were''" .:.
three tallies < f nlttveis anti the "mrgestion : ;
of H.illovtf wns curried|

out' in the decorations: with yellow : nl"\II: SINIRGIS :
daisies; Ming ait'Mually!] iintiged) in : ;() : INTO OKI'K I J'
the rooms.Mrs. .
: lV\Vitt, Ali<)< core I Ihit'brt I ..,in ii. .1, tn n I I' ,i.i"i, iiinr '
t iiriij \\a-- ji\\aiilei i a 10.1 l lall-" I;.' !u ""I ,, ,,t"i I1 ,,"' Sui.imi-i' I made them when I was a girl"Heckers'
LESLIE R. SQUIRES: WILL CONTINUE: TO C'O.NDUi:-; \ , ..ilr'l"r" .' ni
| if-K! "'i. IIl'd! M 1'' s. IL'.t. t.1 I s r-.l li.ld :.lId II' "s i \ "
,, ', \\ "I J <-il, ,,i' I
|:1\\' .t in l \\a-; iri\!; rn n '" it\' ".t. At 1'I u : 10' !t.-1. \ i i I
'e IMM--I *r i'
i i -,(I. i "n.1 I !; I t'l"'" "..I'm'a deliiiiiu- : I C' II" Ii i\ ) i r
TlIK: KISS !BDnI': : W11OI.P.SALE!: : (GROCERY (O'S HIIIIHIM: ; ; :, ,,i'.,.1 I !"Mir-f! \\.is:" -i 1" <,il .,.,. , \.., ,-1', ''( ..>' '1 1'o' c SELLING! (; ;\;OTHIInT; ; ) (QUALITY FEEDS'; AT THE"': BES: C pital1Vt. \\1.! A1cdu'-,, I Mi,Wit l .Vi ,'I I I' t ,th', ,I. ., ,j, .,i I i.-.. IIn 11'. I r- light pancakes with
i I If i iii.n \l. 1'1 N.inil'-r, H.S " :OJ ,.f .\t ,, '"' \ I' ., I the old-time buckwheat
J'JI: OIJTA1NABI.E; :. Yot'll' PATRONAGE() ; WILL l BE \PPREIATJD. : I ., I ? taste
: :: : I P.oie.: W .1. "'" oJ| (Ciir'oiI I ami 'I.. 'lit I.'I I: ,," 'I ;0'|l I : < (I
( I : ). II S. ( ;ii-iifif", (tleu; P.'i't'; Not; "'i I ,h., t..l ,;ur 1, rn' I1o'Ir-I-:! i. : >.,, \, In 1 1 1Ioral i iioi I II Ready for the griddle when
:.kin-f-i.! : ll.-irv: : Hale.,) .Ii-lin P.iirh. I .. I I"a'IS \ ni: :'in. M.II: i >1'1,
S S ".J 1 I '.uy\ flare, and :\li- l-'ram-e: ,t', lt"l:: l-- :Iunl AIM n tiltuinl A-.' mixed with water or milk.
PEED: ) YOUR POULTRY AND/ STOCKVITH( KED ( OMI! B.,y.1VlUINl11. I tin\ "n. Alita prm" 'In -il natal -t(to., ,
....,.. .,,,, '
II.' f"I'I \ i'i' .1* \11"0 i niii ill\ "
HAPPY/ FEED AND! OLD BECK LINES. l' : ) : ( ; / ; 1'1111.\) Y t the !".'I! \vic\-;! ili tfj; "" ) thc cntt\iii

:\ MVKUSAUYA: I : I i',ropiwas: pie' ;iilent, :and lenelnl' : rvati
few < f the many fru'niN, oft r. .%iue" of the rnmei: Gin A- :Mill I C'omp.inv. .
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::| -,nol :Mis. W. S. Graham were entertwined ,, v .Ioi.'h11" one if the )large BUCKWHEATiI
at n dinner Sunday: afternoon'in ( . '' inttoi' ginin the central part of the
MISS BERTH A. TWITCH ELL SIMY: SCHOOL MASS MEETING I honor of their first wedding i anni- I state.
DIES IN ST. PETERSBURG WILL BE HELD! ) SUM; UI "('rKar '. The I table \\ailotted with | :Mr. :Mayo. nerved in the I'.fJl! 1 and.! ; : r
I I fit''wei's! still the good things which JilJIl! :\ I..rm'. of House of Representalives '
Last Saturday, Mrs. F. J. Van Du- I The Woild'n Temperance Sundaywill !accompany such gatherings. | t from :Marion county in which -1
zer received a telegram bearing the be observed next Sunday afternoon I In .the center of the table WHS u', position he his made an enviable} rec I
sad message that Miss Twitchell had at 2:30 at the First Presbyterian : birthday cake that of Julian Gra- j ord.! During the 1K2.1! : session he served
died on Friday, 10 p. m., October 26, | church, at which all the Sunday 1 I ham who celebrated his birthday anniversary j on the following committees: Ag- 1 Cream i.r.JR1
in St. Petersburg, Florida. Miss I schools of the city are expected to take the same day. I' 1 culture{ Appropriation J Finance and _
Twitchell, with her parents, came to i'i part. There will be readings, short I f Those present were Mr. and Mrs. | Taxation, Public Roads, Efficiency
Klssimmee in 1908 and lived here spicy speeches and fine music. A Otto Ploetz. and family, Mrs. W. I.I Legislative Expense, Insurance and 7fiIP
several years. She is fondly remem- splendid program is promised by I' Joiner, Mrs. M. P. Foster and daughter was chairman of Convicts committee. .ru ww I
bered here by many friends, especially those in charge and everyone is Invited I of Saint Cloud, Mrs. Gladys Rib- lIe also served< en the following special .
/" f ,those! of the Presbyterian church, to attend. A prize of $2.50 will litt. Miss Foda McNeill. and, the fam- committees: Investigation of Boys
with whom she was associated.The be given to the Sunday school send- I ily of the hostess, including John School at Marianna. and the Hospital
funeral was held in St. Petersburg ,ing .the largest attendance, based upon Graham, who was home from"the university for the Insane at Chattahoochee. Was Gardner's orchestra, the Kisiimmce
Sunday afternoon after which percentage of enrollment. at Gainesville for the week. chairman of lloune Conference Committee Concert Band, Miss Augusta Winn, YOUR BLOOD NEEDS
the body was sent to Andover, Ohio, I I Temperance Sunday is observed all end on Convict Bill and on House reader, and Mrs. Betty Bostwick,
for interment in the family burial j over 'the world by special programs Conference Committee on. Appropriation violinist. Play will be presented c.t
ground. i in the Sunday schools in communities : Rill. Winter 'Park next Friday night. THIS IRON TONIC
-.-- -- - where there is a Woman's Christian COTTAGE PRAYER 'MEETING NIGHT Mr. Mayo was joint author of the Mrs. W E. Frank, of Narcoossec,
Temperance Union. I NEXT bill milking an appropriation to fight died Wednesday at Orlando hoi-pilul. UDE'S Pepto-Mangnn provides
IMPORTANT MEETING\ ;I In addition to the local ministersRev. the h/' ll weevil, that has about wipedout Fund' ,M-rvice.i this afternoon at G iron in just the form inert
OF ST. JOIIN"S GUILD Walter B. Knight, of ;Macon, I Mrs. :McDuffee, of Orlando, will' the cotton industry this "tan-' :Saint ( loud readily u, -- who is f filling the Baptist pulpit on speak at a cottage prayer meeting'next It will lie lemembeiod, I that th<- I weakest
I Iiuli, ,rhool) football (team muchunpinicd which! will rot irritate tho
Saint John's Guild will meet Mon- I night at G. B. Woodall'sresidence I ; of th" rfn'i leiiie ,
that day, will speak. I Monday< nliolishmg let yttern i-tomach injure the teeth, butwhiili
) t tin week and excellent
day afternoon, November 5, at 4 -- on :Main strcft. Her subject l lull which wan t finally ncci-jite I'I lpa i-ITec onrii lies the blood
o'clock, at the I'arrish House. This I Help.the 'led! ( do eveiywncrewhat will he "What the Bible (tells us by tin Hou-e and Senate eonfi-rence I' r t'i'Mii" ,"sided" for tomorrow; afternoon i lively the AI'
will be a very important meeting as you would do if you were thee., [ will take jilace on the ,earth between (commit.(..., was the House ('/'mviclCommittee I at Llabbttie. ., sneet ground, against I druggist'a and i-ivigoiatos in liquid and t form.your
it will be the annual election of officers Annual Roll Call, Sunday; November the time that ('h1i-t, ("<.pi"in the air ( Amendment, of wh'h11', : [do. k-Mllf. HiSdioi,, ) d. I '
and all members are urged to 11. from PJi.lO::: to 1:30:: p. m. Will you land when he comes on Ibo i ili.uiK.! A :Mavii was chiiirinnn. I I I1. \oa', i anod{ tune to r*"olve t''> t Free Trial Tablets :T. 17:'.Ji:;;, t 135: *
be pre H'nt. answer "he-re" when your name i.I israiled :j I general; invitation I i- t-xtc-n '4.3 J to all Mi.. "Mav': say that he gill' i 01tinne I It .ion, I h,1| ,,| Croin Roll Cll:) Sun- \ ,,1!''u. i r ( i,i I'M." .i ,,,..,. '''. '. ,< Um.
Inez Carscn Angas, Secretary. I ? I who are inteieted.f , t the ndvf-rtiHinjr: polit-v, of Mr I II (l.l,.V \ 1, '!1\\l'' Tau n" i.,Sei4 Ie
i, \I' 'J iJ.i': in I litJin t : t'n -ii'd' ) I 1'ii'iw' ' >"r. . -.- M. Jtar'.t-->il!I ht' ,i. I.JWurn'natli.L
1 lh" many: lMint-iies: 1'Ior:,d"I pocis 'l'i \I i old]i| |hon'athus,, t i r m M :SIII': ''" |i
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'-""MJ'1"< i iti\c I "nut'kclinit, ; having had n I ( -olt' ,."toll"( '. : Very little:, li-i? < very!
!1'1",1, di-al of su, ('o_ .fill, pcr-o'liil ev- l iil\. u ;,el.It'' IP ; nn.pilutg| in word
-- --- IWli) ir'trc., i and MI'IITI! :.1 ,'nll'pr..h"II-I\ .?.bti.o i
--- --- Wheni, !!r.'" !Mays \%.-.- ii-kcil if 11'ollJd '.1' tli' |,., pi'i" that till t till the' titoiy :| Tonic and Blood Enricher
== == \\ ]( l I.>e a candidate for a full t..rm.1 \\ 11.1'' u i:1I: ''j"; (city, nrcumplin-} :
= V = ,, he (-niphaticnllv stated. that "he i iwoul'I. thunaglt it.." .iifoit-i, ol'n hfull: c u .or
w ." He hud accepted this dinl'' -.I 10 i'iriation,| natty be Iar.r, !/1|
offir"'j] '
he said, at the instance. ( of his I in |I" "I")",?ill' 'inn by the. smaller. cilirs.. 'I i iII -operator ? Ask, !. the Rooster Editor}
who ,htlievid! ] had only the best interest i I.' iill o:t 'iin...tion of II'l1e"t.: SUM <'.e. 3 3I I of the late at hc-ait; and that 'I I .ipt-ration.. Will you be a ] &t
== The Bank With ; lie would not have occppted 1 this offer I
The Price We Pay simply for the hon< r of filling tlio
the fire for the unexpired term l hut nf'l --
wanted ,the opportunity of giving

Ability state some real service and he THERE IS NO TRUER SAYING THAN "OUT OF
: pected to give it the very best thereis
= --- - = !1 in him; that his direct activities SIGHT, OUT OF MIND"MSSIMMEK
-- ', as well as daily experiences! with the
small farmers of the state' for the
= Willingness = past twenty-three years had perhaps : : TO BE "SHOWN IIP" TO BEST POSSIBLE
== SELF-DENIAL is the priceve pay for == made him particularly well fitted for ADVANTAGE
== to Serve == this office. He further stated that

Success. There are no bells where there -' his greatest aim would be to bring This ia", One of the Reasons Why The Gazette Is Preparing a oo"If'rEdition"
more land under cultivation and larger -
for General I DistributionA
DEPOSITS INSURED are no houses-there is no success, where I financial cultivated results; !to to invite the acreage more and already -

k industries. city i is like individual in the importMit .
new to< specialize on certain ( or community exactly an
kr' = there is no self-denial. -1 j products in various. parts of the I, mutter of advertising.

= state, to co-operate with every civic
l' I I.ff body in the state possible to advance .Frets bear out the statement that not one merchant in a tbou.
= t A Bank Account here will in the long yean I the best interests! of our state. : and 1 "ever progressed to any extent who did not advertise.
-11 = And the same applies to a city. It simply stands still as the lovable

( to come be worth ALL the self-denial it -_. ADDITIONAL NEWSToo 0.1 t IIJ;i \ locate home town within until its the borders.stranger is induced by one means or another

( late for, or crowded from this ,
today costs you. week's issue) This fact has been forcibly brought home to the people of sev
Business! and Professional Womenscore eral towns in Florida in the past few-years. A marked change hal
= again, with "Spooks Revel," taken place in a number of them, and due to the fact of advertising!
and clear tidy sum for Memorial advertising the advantages they possess as places of residence and,
/ House. investment. ,

Mrs. Laura Jean Reid, of the Bu- But no town must depend upon the efforts of a few individual;
reau of Child Welfare, State Board of lo build up a substantial city; each must do it while the people of
4.J I Health, addresses Chamber of Commerce tlsewhere", have their turned toward Florida.
Bank of Osceoja County on work her bores
r f Boy Scouts re-oi ganized, J. R. This is why The Gazette will publish booster edition In the n***
Gunn Scoutmaster, Ulv Chapman, assistant. future. This edition will enter into detail and give the outside worlda
Meeting called for Friday story In word and picture that will unquestionably maUrUllr esd .
k vj fc.. .* it ?** 'of'- &t" \ j I a night, November 9.Wledneaday ; to,, the advancement of this favored city( ; an edition you will 1 bee
Hour..9'AM. .to.3..P. i< Jt j .f Afternoon Bridge Club pleased to mall to your friends throughout't: ,
r( .. !.. ... ,.... ... '" \l' =- will gite.beneflU, party j,for Memorial t41 world ;rEach
I .. ) ;
V v-\Hr J? --t. == Community House fUnd, Friday iubsmbe/.trifl ,receive;*copy and' 'we surgeitathat yo..
... 'd. I
W. M- ; -::::a night, 'November/ ;prises, for. teal It,and. thenmaU,; It to some one pp forth or .Mt.JBJrtj n .eop\e.'\ '_
;both' bridge "nd-600., ; \> \-4f- ,_ill be 30e each,. J .. '

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