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I Kissiramee's awakening-and -the palmetto in this.;.section ,and In-

putting on new lifer all sorts of forMed him that quantities of thus ?,

Pr unities are coming this way. P-I'I-alms could be ,found In the, swamps*' : .'
near by.
The revival services at the First A real broom U
; factory nOw
A i -x I I The Board of Trade Is strictly in '
Methodist, church continue to grow knocking at the city's gates and
favor of locating the factory, In Kls'
in interest. Rev. C. M. Dunaway,
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need only a courteous Invitation to simmee and is l looking' up buildings
the evangelist is not only an eloquent
enter, with of course the usual concessions which would afford the necessary k
speaker but is a man of deep
/or such concerns.' 10,000 square feet of floor space. t,
consecration and his are -4'
A.repreaentatlve the Braden- There are few cities that could
calculated to the ex-
renew spiritual town Broom Factory was here last comply with the requirement for
periences of the church members ofhlseongregatlons'u I
i... week looking over the situation. He this corporation more easily than
well auto lead -- t
was.present:at.a meeting_of _the Klsslmroee Kissiraime, and from what the visitor -
the non Christians to a better life. :Board of Trade and express.d said at the* Friday meeting* It'
The musical feature of the services I
himself as well pleased with the looked good to him, but h. 'was hereto
are exceptionally fine, for both outlook here. He said the corpora- investigate and report back tc 'th.
P. M. Boyd, the director, and F. W.
tion wished to enlarge its business j!company for the decision.
Twilley, pianist, are both talented (
and was looking for a city in cen- One feature the speaker broughtout
musicians who this
are tral Florida where shipping facilities, was the adaptability of the soil( ,
talent to thework of their Master.
were adequate and where materialfor there to raising broom corn, for the e
Two services are held each day, at !
their output would be available.. crop is easily and profitably grown e"
10 o'clock in the morning, and 7:30
The company manufactures, he said. ,Should broom and ,
in the evening, with the exception of I
metto brushes as well as the regular.commerciaKbroom .brush factory be ,established here'Jt,
'!: when the service
Saturday, morning
and import-j would have. a two-fold result Thatof
I is dispensed with.|
ant that the new location should making the despised palmetto an %'
The congregations( which assemble "
e; have a large supply of palmetto and asset rther'than a liability and encouraging {
" to hear the of word and h 1
I. f' ''j, message cabbage palms at hand. the. development of-broom ,
here increasing
; ...., song being presented are The Board of Trade assured the corn as another money. making possibility .
;. in number as the meetings
speaker of Tthe: unlimited supply of I, for the farmer.'

y continue. On Sunday evening the _ _ __ _ _H H ______________ -, -- -
j I other churches of Kissimmee dispensed - '

meeting frith sad) their the combined regular-onfrJ'ega'evening F+ BOARD OFv TRADE HOLDS STANARD' OIL PUMP"; [ :

e'. tions pkcked, the Methodist church

auditorium.' On Wednesday evening INTERESTING; MEETING STATION is BURNED '

the K. of P. Lodge adjourned its ,

meeting at an'early hour and attended -
The Kissimmee Board of Trade has A fire
spectacular gasoline occurred
the services In a body, to. hear Dr.
revived its activity after a period of Tuesday noon when the Standard .. C
Dunaway speak I I,
rest and a called meeting was held ]I Ion pumping station was destroyed
Sunday will be a great day, with I
three services, the morning eleven 1 Friday evening to consider mattersof and George Alman, who Is employedby
civic importance.The the burn
company, was severely
o'clock meetingthe afternoon service -
1 much-talked of auto park for 'ed.
at 3:30, and the evening serviceat I
7:30. the convenience of motorists came 'I I The engine had been running for t

The services are not denominational REV. 'C DUNAWAY I came up again and was placed in the several hours unloading' an oil tank

and all Christians of the city are Has announced that he will "Burn the Sawgrass" In his sermon at the revival services tonight. The Meetings ,hands of J. McPhatter and S. L.I'car when it Is thought a valve which

urged to unite their efforts and make are growing in interest and the congregations continue to increase. His sermon tonight will doubtless Lupfer. These gentlemen were instructed fed the engine came loose, flooding

these} revival services a great power give all who hear him "something to think 'about."'. 1 I to( look up locations, and I tho whole place' with gasoline. In
.urge the city council to take actionat an instant everything was ablaze.
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for good, power that will reach every '-- '
I the earliest possible date as the| There was no delay on the part of
j, Klssimmee may, woman and WANTS TO COMEAND TRYOUT .travelers' arriving in Kissimmee are the Klssimmee fire department in

child.- OUR FISHING GROUNDS POST AMERICAN LEGION increasing number each day. '(answering tho call, but the most that-

I Considerable attention was given to 'could be done was to keep the fire

DR. WEAVER WILL I New York, Nov. 13, 1919. ,the location of a broom factory at from spreading to the near-by resUjdences

]Editor Valley Gazette. Kissimmee. The action,of the boardof and prevent the explosion of
Dear ,Sir In issue of Nov. ORGANIZED HERE SUNDAY *'
: your
trade on this project is printed in the oil tank car. Had this occurred
h 'N RESIGN AS CO. AG'T,7th, I noticed an account of some I another column of the gazette.It Ithe loss of life and property damage I >

successful trout and perch fishing on is probable that the board of would have been frightful. .i.iI ,

Dr. R. Thor Weaver Osceola's the lake, and at Scrub Slough. It In answer to Eugene Bryan's caU,--0: ;: ; make the Post a success. I trade will continue its meetings now I The blaze completely destroyed the t;

would be most kind of you if you about -60 of the Osceola county boys As a result of the Sunday meeting and will take an active part in the pumping station with the engine 'and-
county agent, has announced his intention ,
could information
: to leave this county shortly 1 'let mo have some who have been honorably dischargedfrom a charter was'applied for and as' civic development.! .. I full equipment. George .Alman had
ends with
as to when trout fishing military service, assembled at there can be but one post, in each -. been loading the truck and had about
and will hand in his resignation to
I the board of commissioners to you and If there Is a good hotel from the city hall .Sunday afternoon and county,. it Is the hope of the organi eighty gallons of oil when the explosion

""take effect the county first January.: .. which, we could obtain, good lake effected an organization ofaXls- sation to have every Osceola county THANKSGIVING DAY came. This went up In smoke

Dr. Weaver stated that the compensation fishing. We are Yours looking for somewhere simmee Post of the American Le, boy who followed the. .colors, in the and the fire spread to the adjoining'

was not sufficient since to go. truly, gion. army, the navy and martens, Inscribe
k the commissioners decided to discontinue SETON K. BERESFORD.: Only the principal offices were fill- his name on the Legion's roll. Mr." Alman was badly burned about

i transportation expense.Dr. ed and the tenative plans talked of The banquet Thursday evening lain the head and arms but his injuries,

Weaver expects to move to PROMINENT SPEAKERS I for a big "get-to-gether" meetingwill : the hauds of a capable committee, Thanksgiving was observed In Kissimmee are not considered serious. ,, % w,

r Marion county where he owns a 2000 be held a Rogers' .Cafe next with Dr. .Simpson, chairman, and Joe I by the closing of practically The damage to property Is estimated

aero ,tract'near Ocalav which.,he will : 1 Thursday. averting, Dec 4, with oys Butler, James, Buckles, Lee Rogers all of the' business' houses here,, at ",000, which Is said to be .

develop fn connection 'with Chicago FOR LIVESTOCK" MEET' ters' as the chief -attraction, wMen and- Albert. Bearden'as,fellow work- through. th. da7.. partially eo..ncI'with Insurance.. q

capitalists.: Ho will move his'house the plans will be worked out In do- ers.: _,,.]..=_, Dinner parties. were the rule and In speaking of. the fin Chief Lapfer -
hold goods there next week: but will Praetlca14eattl.ra- ;;; ;;'" being given tall. It is their, Intentionfr t' send -every many tables tiusnesl 'beneath the 'isald-"WV weregreatlyhandicapped , t

not sever his connection with the the Leo McLean was elected to the office Osceola county boy who is eligible bounteous repasts which celebrated by tie lack of sufficient pressure -, r

c '-r county until ,the: work for the year prominent the Eighth places Annual on Convention programfor of of Post Commander, with Marion to membership, an invitation to the the* national holiday. ). TIle fire department'will; be i

Is rounded out and ,the reports made. the Florida State Livestock Association Farmer, Adjutant and Albert feed, and it I. hoped the response A number of hunting parties,went able to do attach better work when

.. Dr.: Weaver: ''has been 4 faithful which will be held in Orlando Bearden, Post Treasurer. will be general, for offices will be to, the woods and enjoyed the day in wo can'ho supplied with a'pump for r

t .;worker .here and made many friends on December 10, 11', and 12. These young men are well known filled and other ,important questions seeking illusive game. I this engine., /This 'will'.give ,us adequate ,,
A in Kissimmee his who rising business, men here, and are disposed of. At.three) o'clock in the afternoon a pressure at 'any time.*' '
during stay C. A. Carson of thin city has been _ _ _ _ _ ___ __ union Thanksgiving service held The fire department Is'petitioningthe
n ------------------------------,----- ) ,was
will regret to learn of his intended asked to discuss! the subject of benefits -
departure. by the people of the city. According city council to add a' pump to the
: .. thatnay be derived from 'an.organisation BIG PUBLISHERS :PLANA HIGH TRIBUTE PAIDCONGRESSM'N to the long-established routine, the I,I engine equipment which ,it Is said'
of, ..cattlemen.C. ., *''
; '
.. meeting' was held in the Methodist'would greatly reduce the, property ,
GAZETTE ADV. SOLD 1 G. Smith; manage:;' of the To- 'RATES church, with Rev. 0. B.,' tor damage incase' .,of fires #j'r

will sohatchee talk qn Range methods in Orange for increasing county, RAISEJN SEARS of the Baptist church, as speaker.,' I I I 1HUNTING -

Rev. Falls preached an Impressive '
SAYS STEVENSOrlando the calf crop on the range, which I. Birmingham Ala. Nov. 24, FOR
HOUSE -Ways "CongJes.manw: ;: W. Rucker, sernum and at its conclusion an offering FEES CHARGED
of vital Importance to all cattle owners and ... .
means for
meeting the
I newsprint chairman of the committee on election j was made to a relief, fund to .

,. Fla., Nov. 26,. 1919. I in this part 'which of the state i situation made more serious by of president, vice-president and be disposed of as the pastors thought LICENSES
The committee had chargeof
an advance in price almost prohibitive
Kissimmee Valley. Gazette, Kissim- representatives in congress in a letter best. k
mee, Fla.Gentlemen. entertaining the. Assocation mem- coupled with'a 15 to 20 per cent to Postmaster Hopkins, paid a Pastors of the other churches of _. ,.

: Enclosed please find bers and, guests at, the meeting in shortage for 1920( were discussed by very high compliment to Congressman the city, and Rev. Dunaway, who is As.there seems to,be some misap.
Kissimmee last year introduced sev. 100 newspaper. publishers and executive revival'services in the M. to the'' fee for hunter .
my check for $1.20 to cover balance Sears; characterizing him: as conducting prehension 'as ,
y for advertising my house for sale. eral social features. and had a members of the Southern one of the ablest and most faithfulmen E., Church. assisted in the service, licenses, 'particularly :4>r'*',non-re4.' -

I am glad to state that your ad more which extensive the program Association of that officials nature Newspaper Publishers in session in congress. He says Congressman and a large" chorus choir from the dent., a representative of .the .Gazette

did the work as- I closed the deal here. Sear. is always faithful to his various churches' rendered a fitting called upon'' prosecuting "attorney '

.. yesterday in Klssimmee with Mr, 'G curtailed in, order to get .through The meeting was presided over by constituents and district. In closingMr. musical accompaniment to the .serv W., B., Crawford information

"F.; Brooks for my house.'and Qt was with the- speaking' prop-am. How James H. Allison, president, publish Rucker says that he always will ice. this week and .was advised that the ,
through your ad that the sale was ever the idea teems to have struck e er-of the Fort Worth; Record; W C. take pleasure, in -supporting Mr.. fee-f.r-non-residenteai'-ilb.for.each.: -

,r made. popular' chord, for the speaking pro Johnson, of the Chattanooga News, Sears in the l tatter's efforts to secure GRAYSTONE DINING ROOM, county. ,in. which he desires to'' hun,'
With best gram has been greatly reduced this Is secretary of the organization. that ,residents must $1 for
wishes for your future legislation in behalf of his district and pay
the Orlando Board of WILL OPEN MONDAY
success I Yours year Among the many questions under hunting in the county in which 'they
am, very truly, Hastings Herald. ,
'' -. ,
Trade been asked by Dr. W. F.
OTIS STEVENS. has !consideration are conservation of ad, reside, and $3, for each additional
Blackman, to arrange such social vertising'space,raising of advertisingrates The Graystone Hotel will open the "

COL. F. H. JENKINS WAS event. as the, are in position to car: : conservation of reading matter -, J. B. HUTSON BUYS NICE HOME doors of its dining room next Monday county.Licenses for this county #can be),

MARRIED ON WEDNESDAY ry out, which will include a banquet, other than straight news and the I HERE.J. December the first. secured from County Judge T. ,M..
dance and other feature. Proprietor Ben Baird,' who recently -
4 raising of circulation rates. -
hi office at
at .eoart.
r, Friends of F.: H. :Jenkins will be Kissimmee and all Osceola county B.' Hutson, who 'came here recently came here from his Kentucky Murphy, 4 sY

pleased and Interested to hear of his should be well represented at that PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. withhis wife and nephew home, says that; he Intend to give house. .v. ,

..,.; marriage' -Wednesday! Nov. 26th, meeting, our women being especially Rev. W. H. Dresch, Ph. D. from Bloomfield, Mo, has purchased the public service that la first classIn VETERANS AND ,SEDGCwTcK' us.

to MI. Harriet FemedHh Robertson invited-, attend both the speaking 10 a.: m. Sunday school and adult the' concrete bungalow at 609 Emmett every respect., He has employeda CIRCLE HONOR THANKSCIVINC '

> at St. Olafs. Church Kirkwall, Orkney programs and the social _nts. bible, class. I street was fortunate to get competent chef with a full force of

1. .Islarfda. r.OolondJeolh'fuf , 11 a,'m. Morning service, subject immediate possession, as the household assistants, and expects to Bake, this i The O O.Howard pod and,, ladle*of
title now Is, Mlis Alblna Smith and Miss Emma "Touching.ftbV H'lILot Christ's._Gsr.menf .I goods had arrived. They an feature of Us hotel ODe .of which thecitywill I UM ,SedgewUk Circle of the,O.'A. B.

Lieut. Colonel Ft; H.' Jenkins, Ol; B. :Vowel motored d :to Orlando'Tueinay :' < 1 now":very "eomfortably-loeated.. -feel.proud.: gave a-TkgtlvlagdimtfJt.thde': .'. ;

i JL, .M.' C.,. whUh. he . brll- en j 1 l" combined, business, and 640 p.i,u.. Christian Endeavor: .Mr. Hntson was la UM' abstract He,arranging to serve tILe pub- haH when about:'sixty-ftvs 'wen.R vas

11aDt work ln>tile aviation of pleasure .mbslon. 'While there' they Society. 'i and farm loan business, ... Missouribut lie along. the Easopean and ,American fed. ,. SIn -

... Great. IIdtaia daring the Great .W.... visited .., Myrtnia Seals, who' ,Isatth.1Genent ':10' p.,m'::' Evening service, sub has not yet decided what ho will plea, ... Us patrons may desire.Iff. the afternoon talks by to* .old tl'
It .is;;boll ,1that.eor: ;; Jenkins (I Hospital.U'greatiyMmprovodJ ., .. i of soldiers'. *nd reading.aad,songs by
& ; MksBesis ject. "Spiritual Ze no..y. /. to.. engage'In, though this;;mochisacer.! .. ) a, .BW ,leis rtb.fs arc plenty
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. Three Generations Testify ,Many Young Men" and Women Offer "Tax NoticeNOTICE ,

i F Themselves For Christian .(
the Efficacy of-- _
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Southern Baptists Will Have Ample Working Force .for New Program

DR. CALDWELL'S :II. -Campaign. Hopes to Strengthen Local Churches and Win

2,500,000 Lost -Christ During ,Next Five Years'' J ,. is hereby given'that, ,

: Syrup Pepsin, : II I I the tax;books of Osceola County \j

rI 1 t- M The PerfcciLaxative": i Ii m"' rr1 will open on' November first ::

I'f I in maintaining the family health. A for the year 1919. I am now

combination of simple 'laxative herbs : ro ready to furnish tax estimates.x

4 with pepsin, free from opiates and narcotic:; v l A discount of 2 per cent will be t

drugs, and pleasant to the taste, it acts .. 1
during ,
It normal }{gF 14 .. allowed on all taxes paid 4
easily and naturallyrestoring reg ter

ularity. First prescribed by Dr. Caldwellmore C '+/ the month of November. In 'i

than twenty-five yearsagoit is today writing this _office always give ;

H less the indispensable homes throughout family the remedy United in count-States. I 1 :rpd) : description of your property ,4 I

and enclose
postage. 1

. Sold in Drug'Sfores' CIs. and$1.00
t C. L. BANDY, ,>>

A trial bottle can "be obtained, free of chare', by writing to TaxCollector. J

Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington\ St., Monticelln, Illinois .

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e Group of Young Women Volunteers. Preparing Themselves for Special .
I --
r Christian Service at Baptist Women's Training School, Fort Worth, Texaa. -
I : HOW TO PREVENT OUTRAGES Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette <;

Probably the most encouraging development tleth year, looks back, over an active
that has come to the Uap- ministry of sixty years, practically all

-- tlst 75 :Million Campaign so far, is the of which has been spent In the vicinity

'h All the professional revolutionists' erica where most of the laws are enforced large number of young men and women which he la BOW serving. Mr. AllUod r v

,' in 'the United States, including the I some of the time. There are throughout the South and Southwest' has the unusual distinction of having If want! to make
baptized 6.628 persons and at least 100 you good
cowardly murderers in Centralia, the parts of America where some of the who have volunteered their services ,
additional converts under his ministry
San Francijqo bomb throwers, the.' laws are enforced most of the time. for special Christian work wherever have been baptized by an assistant health a habit and coffee ;

infernal machine makers who mail There are parts of America where God may need them. A special day pastor since Mr. Allison's health hanot <

', ed their instruments of death in New- ome of the laws are enforced borne was set apart In the Baptist schools been good, due to his advanced interferes try a. change to. ':

.' York, the successors"5 the Chicago of the time. What America needs is and churches for "calling out the years: Whew this s>ajaV aatBtotew"." ,

anarchisms/ -all the criminals, and ,to have all of the laws enforced all called," when It was expected to secure the gospel preaeated. th.calt for volunteers a

the dolts whom they bewilder, be I,of the time everywhere within its a minimum of 5,000 volunteers for special Plnlsllsai.s sil_lii

dazzle and then lead to violence- boundsr.hen this comes about we for special Christian service, this number this campaign, three young meD all of .
whom converted and reared under POSTUMthe
;; could not endanger the public peaceof shall not have more laws, but fewer being necessary It was held, if the were ;
Mr. Allison's ministry responded for
the most inconspiclous hamlet in laws. enlarged program of the campaign was
the ministry themselves, one of them
I America if the criminal statutes of It is easy to blame "the authori- to be carried out. Returns from these being his nephew.

the United States and the states ties" for not enforcing the laws, for services are mill coming In with the But the campaign hopes to enlist a

; were uniformly and rigidly enforced. allowing conditions to exist in any prospect that the number will reachat large number of Christian workers table-drink '

city or any state which inevitably least 7,500. other than those several thousand who
i New laws are not needed. There produce outrages. But these authorities These volunteers will enter the min- I will give themselves entirely to special with a rich coffee-like flavor. ;,

What is needed is ] officials faith religious,,; work. The campaign hopes "
are laws enough. are public pretty istry, go as missionaries, Christian doctors I'
law enforcement law enforcement fully representing the public to to enlist :2.000.000! additional pupils in ;.
; nurses and teachers to foreign You'll find Postum satisfies
the Sunday Schools of the South and
by vigilant and fearless sheriffs, which they are responsible. If that lands, labor in the homeland .for the
I Southwest win 2.K00.900/ additional
chiefs of police, mayors, governors; public is lazy, careless indifferent, advancement of the kingdom of God or ; without
souls of this section to Christ duringthe penalty
law enforcement without passion and and slights the duties of citizenship, serve in any special capacity where next five years; bring the Baptist any

without sentimentality; enforce. its officers will be lazy, careless, indifferent they feel the lord directs tluttn. Huy- church membership In the South to r

\' ment Jwenty-four hours every day, corrupt, and slight the du- lor College, Belton Texas, an Institu- 6.:>00,000 and enlist all then in all Boil for fifteen minutes after

r seven days every week, fifty-two ties of their offices. If the public is tion for young women, led the list of forms of church work'; increase the '

+' weeks every year; law enforcement awake to its obligations its citizens school'swith 430 volunteers; Bessie number of Baptist churches in the boiling begins.

t with the fixed determination of the do their duty, there will be -no public Tift College, Forsythe Ga.. respondedwith South to 40,000, and enroll 40.000 young

honst citizens of America behind the officers weak in the performance of 248; Louisiana College.; I'lnevllle, nifii and women In the denomination's Delicious.
La., 9U: Women's Training School Refreshing. Economical.
; schools where they will
I authorities to whom 'the law enforce- their duty and there will be no out prepare themselves \ .
Ixnilsvllle, Ky., 115] ; Southwestern for lives of Christian usefulness '
t t rot is entrusted. I rages like that which on Armistice Theological Seminary Ft. Worth, Tex., In their communities or for service in Two sizes usually sold at l!$? .. There are parts of America where ''Day disgraced the state which bears 83 for the foreign field alone; Okla- any part of the world where they may \
most of the laws are enforced most the name of the Father of His Coun- horns Baptist University, Shawnee, 57; be needed. i'

of the time. There are parts of Am- 'try...-New York Sun. while similar,responses came from numerous While It is the hope to raise $75,000,. Made by

: other institutions in the various 000 to be Invested, in the larger pro Postum Cereal /
states comprising the territory of the Company
gram of Christian service which gave '''
\ Southern Baptist Convention the campaign its name raisin the Battle Creek Michigan ,1/
_: I : : Training Little Citizens I Prominent .among the'many interestIng money is only one of the objects '
accounts of the special services sought. Baptists are being Implored to
held In the churches was a report from I j give themselves and all of their talents ..

; Respect for the 'Child's Possession, Then, .too,. personal responsibility for Rev. E. Allison, a Baptist minister of I as well as their money to Ood Director
i By Helena 'Wilson. her possessions and( the recognitionof Etowah, N. C., who. now In his elgh- Scarborough announces.
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It is no wonder that during infancy the right of ownership would have i'
S end early childhood life's lessons emphasized the difference between plying these needs that the $10.000.000
Q are so difficult for the small begin- "mine" and "thine." SPEND $$20,000,000 apportioned to Christian education will }

E"" Tier when the laws which govern There: is no better way to create be expended: : WITH YOUR KIDNEYS j
To these institutions the
them ..must seem to him just or unjust habit of orderliness'and a sense of denomlna- ,
lion is looking for its trained leaden .,
consistent) or inconsistent, according responsibility than by giving the UPON to help carry forward the work .eleno* ear that old age fctM with wallow of water. The ell atlmaVUe* \
along tko kldaor _I.. enable tanAT .
J weakened kidneys and 4..Uv. ergees. sad
tothe knowledge or the -caprice child a place for keeping his play-
line In t. Crew tko I wkloh
every the '71.- This being trust It I* easy to Believetkat .rasa.p polsoaa ,
of the adult administering things and then'allowing him full 000.000 campaign. In Texas alonethere by keeplnT the IUcI..'* and 41- romaniroreUronal -- .... Mow life and

them: control of these possessions.Show are TOO pastorleu Baptist wo king order aid elsaneed.*. eaa and be la deferred proper t tee latent.laoroaoe Waon a oompletolr* ro n continue rootorod tao" Ii t

One of the finest lessons which the him }Wow to use his books, BAPTISTS PLAN, MUCH churches and probably. the same proportion sad IUe prol...... far beyond that ejoyed .. .days....D"OOU taking> MftDAXTliaarlom a oapoBlo o. two Otl Can.each. 1F . !
little child should learn is the proper how to take care of his toys how to holds In the other state.. by the average person yo. In 1IItIa.Dd Tl.or //I'
LARGER PROVISION FOR ALL hoped the campaign will can oat 5.000 for over ISO year GOLD IIIID4-L adepreveet .> return of the dlooa. /' 'I
; care of his own possession and respect protect his pets, and then see to it Haarlem OR has been Nil....* the Do not welt vntll old are or disease ,
THEIR volunteers
for those of other, and a that he hat a shelf or a small book- for ministerial and missionary weakBeeeee. sad disability due to advancing have ..,... down for.Go to roar trdruggist >
work and these institutions will be ? roar It la a standard old- and get a bos of GOLD "w'
mother ha the first opportunity to case for his books,ka-play corner for asked to equip these and time ham remedy and needs BO introduction. BDAIj Haarlem Oil Capewlea. Money 1
:young soon I GOLD WKDAL: Heariem I oil i If U do .
refunded >ey not kelp you. Throelaeo.
; inculcate this l important life lesson. his toys, and appropriate home for women for their work. taoloeed In odorleoa, .. .I... eepeuleeoontalntn Bo remember. to ask for the f
Since one of the strongest instincts his pets. WILL AID RURAL SCHOOLS Last year, report show, over e.OOO *o.-out a.4 pill. KCD. Take orta-lBBl Imported GOLD MKOAL "..a.. It"
I thorn u ": with a email la oealod packages ,
of the child is to imitate, there After playtime require him to put students In these Institution took voiuirtmryvcoune1n .. 111'
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seems nd more logical way to teach I away whatever he has been using, Bible and mission ".
} and let him understand the Success of 75 Million Campaign Will .tudnDearly; 4,000 of them attended "1 ,
this lesson than by example. If a necessity student prayer meetings ministerial O.O.OOOO..O........ .. .. ..... ..O.O.O..t.. .. O. ... j
mother teaches her child not to touch Tor regular attention to his pets. Mean Strengthening of Educational ;

the article on her desk or dressing Such training will of necessity react Forces All Along the Line In students pattering churches raised ''1
more than $80,000 for church benevolence :;
table without her permission, then upon his character since possession Next Five Year and led more than 10,000 peopleto '+II
lias she the right to dispose of his entails responsibility. Ownership also profess Christ. The campaign hope 'Ar'

toy without his permissionThe ?- teaches generosity, for without Of the total sum sought In the Baptist to result In enrolling 36,000 young. men \

,. writer recall an I instance possessions how can a child learn to 76 Million Campaign, $20,000,000 and women in Baptist school within R.SFLOYDGroceries'

where a mother secretly put awaya share? will go to Christian education.But the next five year r

tt doll which had been given to her It may not be out of place in ad- the educational program of the The South-wide Institution that will

kIW little girl and, for no reason except r vising parents to respect their children's Baptists will not stop there. It proposes benefit from the campaign include ,:1
to lend Itself to the creation ofa Southern Baptist Theological Seminaryand :
that the bhlld( already had a number possession to add a warningon
public sentiment that will result In Women' training School at Louisville
of doll behalf of the children.
and this Do not .
a particular one
I Southwestern
more efficient public school in tw Ky., Baptist Theo
,1 was "too beautifully dressed to be I surround them with numberless territory. of the Southern Baptist Con- logical Seminary. and Women' Train. and

played. with until the child was oldr. ready-made toys. Give them blocks, vention especially in the rural districts. InK School'at Fort Worth. Tex, Baptist -

; dr." boards: nails, a few tools, hammers, In this connection it Is pointedout Bible Institute New Orleans, and Negro ; ...\:..1

l Another common way of disregarding ;I saws, planes, spools, scissors, thread, that 37 per cent of the total elementary Theological Seminary at Nashville, f
children's rights is to force cloth dolls, paper, crayons clay, scholastic population of the Chile aid will be given to every Baptist .' ,

them -to give up some new or much- I sand, and books. They will get more nation Is found in the South; that the Institution of learning.In all state Fresh Meats 1i
population of the of the convention territory, and to
rural new
4 y prized possession. For example, a.. happiness from these possessions of \ J..
South I* 77 per cent of the whole; that Baptist college that will be established -.
little girl of six, who was delighted constructive possibilities than from .. ..
t only one-sixth as much money per in Arkansas Florida. Illinois, ,
with the gift of a doll'l'fan, was all the finished toys of the biggest'tQ3t capita is expended on the educationof Louisiana and New Mexico, along with

obliged by her mother to hand it to' shops in the land. the children of the South as on the one somewhere in the region of the Appalachian 1 h..f

: her screaming baby in order to quiet has its own way of see children of other section of the country -, mountain yet to be definitely .

I a, him. In his excitement he soon thinking, and feeling, and nothing ; that only 87 out of every 1,000 located. Phone 176 302 ,
crushed the tiny toy his screams Increased is more foolish than to try to pupil la the South enter high schoolas I Broadway ",, '

'and his little sister was ,substitute our own for' them." j against 87 from other sections; and BAPTIST CAMPAIGN COMES z

broken-hearted I Nor had the unjust Respect the child' right to his only 10 from the South enter college) CHEAPLY -

and short-sighted mother "saved theBcene" possession and he will learn to respect' a* against SI from other section '
throughout the territoryof : in railing the 'j:
pA Distributed Expense
t7S.000.000 "
.- which she had hoped to avert. the rights of others, and with I the Southern Baptist Convention ought by'the Baptist of the Sooth latheir 0.' ... ... ........ .... ...... "'_ ''''.O to _'" i. . . '
In' eachof.- these cases the child such, recognition' ,, there will .be nofeat 141 -edo.catleDatDatitutteDI1n- '78 Million csmp.fgEwwAmountto .
tv t 1', should have been. consulted and her, for the outcome of his place in. eluding academies, college, universities considerably. lea than one per tent. .

;' F permission given before the mother I society. Help to reach all the par- 'I -Mmlnarle, and missionary. training Dr. L. H. Scarborovwa. general director 890 STILL DOING BUSINESS' 1919

r" disposed of, the plaything. In this ents in the country by cutting this schools for women. These have a anno -. This) laclade. tko i J II.peaa atdra. 'end ed4ect iti.uerrs wile............our ten i....' .

F #, way7 the mother could have explained out and passing it to a friend. total earollment of 18,000 annually: ....taD 1(I expense of both UM awneral ... ,r .,.s, eIw r r. who.-.", tll7 aewrarbd. sue ........ .. .... ;
'the reasom' 'for her oWn'' action, and Haines City Herald. 'of Chasm, are crowded, greatly lamed quarters and.then eJcfctee*'state ...... _.. audboraw.w Oe pricee. not ..... .*.'

hY "">thechild,".to .her turn would have had or larger, facUlU* Is every way 1],geart.rLi4: probably UM loviatoverhead i towel lureprie.Ws. but. CJf'es.rd.e'and Will toe
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f Ityoubayu to rent amall and many of them most have an endowment xpeaae la UM atetorf ef ) a.audJ.atrnnut tiKtO
*fl' Qnity' of ppO5 JESI t
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advertisement If they are to meet the demands moaey-ralatac .
in classified lane : eAstta
our col.nrnns ] U Ala &1). PAPtTHB PK nriXlZBa .
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should be
habit which encouraged. avHlU. PIed.Ia *
will fill them. 48-tf. made upon tit,... U U U *na.. a.Mgl. I. .. _. .
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appoint' subordinate officers and .mplorees C. A. CARSON. President. ,N. C BRYAN. tm.
BIG CATTLE CONCERN, HAS with-such po-.... duties and ? ft j l
BETTER THANWHISKEY term of .fflos>as they mar prescribe.
; ..-_ mar be provided toy the by-laws, "

FOR 80,000 ACRES m OF' LAND not law. *..Inconsistent. 'VI.,with the banking THE WATERS. '&. CARSON GROCERY CO.,. -

The director b. looted the _
shall by
I A charter has been granted to the stock trotfi other sections. Amongstthe stockholder: at each annual ntiMtlfic I Wholesale, and Retail Dealer !..
/ All other of Accra and employees shall.
COLDS AND FLU|Koon CattleCo., a.. Punt Gorda corporation .first pure .bred animals: procuredfor be elected annually by the Bdard of .

: th. general nature of whose I' this purpose .are several Indian stockholders Directors. The shall annual b* held meetlnir on the of First the GROCERIE'St '$ ..

business Vill be that of breeding, Brahma bulls.I Tueiday In January In each year. \

Hew: Elixir, Caaed- AsiIro.... I i I rearing and buying and dealing in 1 r I Well planned\ experiments\ in, the Until the officer ,elected. at the flrat ,,

[cattle and live stock. The corpora'tion growing of various forage 1'I"8".s annual meeting of the stockholders
al Medicated With Latest' ,, hall be qualified. the business of aid "'I
i* capitalized .af $100,000. W. ,are to be'carried out.; While initial corporation shall be conducted by the '

.j Scientific Remedies, Use I L. Koon i Ie 'president and general 'plantings will be on. a, small scale, ollowln. R. Anthony*>naind officers.J. Prealdenti. : . . o . . . . . ., .. . ,. . . . . . .

and Endorsed by European I manager; H. T., ,Lykes. vice-presi these will permit of determining: just Qeo.' T. Slna/eitary./ First Vee-I'resl- '

and, American.Arm: ; dent! and C. M. Carrier, secretary :what' 'grasses will do best{ in thelar..r dent Pro: T,, M. Rivera Second, Vlc-PresU WES* ,. WE BUT :

Surgeons to Cut Short >" I and treasurer' Mr. Lyke. is a well planting that will naturally dent. I_.'*H. ,Oed..... Cashier 'I, ,' '1//

Cold and Prevent Compli known Tampan .with extensive ,cattle follow. Twenty: acre will be devoted and J. R. .Anthony Oeo. ,.. Blageltary. HAT HIDES 1 ; I

I ,Interests in Cuba. Mr. goon and at first to the experimental plant H.tOedee.Dr. T. M. Directors Rivera. F..; W. Hill. and I.. .- \

cations. Gordans the will! all* plant VIlI GRAIN .
- Mr. Carrier are Punta in... The company The highest amount of indebtednessor ' ,. FURS, ,

In the former haveing been identified a considerable acreage, in sugar cane' other liability to which the said '. .; .:V" '. ,'
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in .
Every Druggist with the cattle business of this section to bemad. into syrup. corporation shall at any time subject FERTILIZERS' .. > '
up Itself shall be a. limited and denned ." WOOL \ ' r, .
structed to Refund Pric for more than 20 year and the I I 'To Punta Gorda the Koon CattleCo. by Section 1711. of the General' Statu 4 p
tes of the, State of Florida. 4 I i .
While You Wait at Counter .
otter[ being: a capitalist formerly Interested should prove of: considerable value IX.: -

If Relief Does Not Com in ranching in Cuba.. 'I a1 also to this entire southern I The names., and and the residences amount of of the capital subscriber . 4 AND t 1:1' I.

Within TwQ..I4inutes. Already 80,000 acres ot fenced pa- part of DeSoto county: for in the'initial :stock subscribed by each, are as follows ORANGE. BOXES tOo .. "j : .' -o-
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turage ha been acquired by the plan of the cdmpany there I.I is NUHBKR OF ALL"'l. _

.,Delightful Taste Immediate company. Systematic dipping of I what promise to develop an increa- NAME 1. n. Anthony RESIDENCE, Jacksonville.! SHARKS!: .. ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE . .. . ,, : .

Relief'Quick Warm-Up cattle will be carried on to- keep ed interest in the extermination of Fla ---,_...-...... Fifty 80. CRATES' COUNTRY ,*. .
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down the ticks and within the fenced,the cattle'tick, the 'raising of better mee Fla.8lnaeltary;--..._?,._Klsslm-._____M Fifty BO . 4 ". I

The sensation of the yenr! in Hi'drug pasture work will be carried out i breeds of cattle and the growing of T. M. Rivers. KUslmmee (::!' "
Fra. _____._- ._ '
tfudo is Aspironal, the t Wt along' approved lines looking- to the I,pasture grasses, in which lie the future 1.. H. Oeda.KIsslinmee. Fla Fifty... I ._ .
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minute toM nutl cough reliovor, a. K, W Hill. Narooossee, Fla. Fifty 10, 4- --- : .
Improvement of the grade of native of the cattle and stock raising ,

torlesj thorltath; tested oly guaranteed, approved by the and labor mot.enthueiastkafly > cattle by the, introduction of blooded ,industries. STATE OF FLORIDA OSCEOLA' )' 4 . 4 4 . 4 . 4 . . . 4W > . . 4 . .

eudoised by the hlglellt -------------r--- - -- -. . . r- w Hefore COUNTY me.OF the undersign> Notary --

authorities, nud proclaimed b PLAN PROTECTION FOR at Public Large In,and tor the State <>f Florida tell Field and Garden Seeds of all land ;\',
the time personally J. R
common people' n* ten Ii. MR. AND MRS. [FRANK WILD appeared I
and effective Anthony Geo. T. ''Slna-eltary., T. *1. We give special Mention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.. _ _
quick wliiiltrr roe
RIvers' F' W *!'". and u H Oedffo.; ..
and ryo, or any 'otlicr cold and coug [ -- all \ me well known and known tome Free delivery b city limit 'Phone No. 12. _
remedy they Iivo ever tried. Plan to forestall the destructiveness and who ba executed the Individuals the foregoing described" ; In. We are county agent for good fertilizers. Ak u* for circular and _ _
All drug s'orp* are now snppllei pro.po..d
Charter of ,the Bank t Oscoila price on .
of frost by gathering ?
With the wonderful new elixir, so fiyou County. and each beingduly fertilizers.,7'
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Wild of De- aworn _
have to do (10 get rid of that 'colis < your garden and truck crops, is severally acknowledged that- h.. exe.euted -
to step into the nearest driifr store Witt, Neb., who have been spendingthe 'Florida the same for the uses and purposes '
the advice of the University of -
therein are hereby required to .appear to the kiln., logging machinery and
expressed appliances -
hand tile clerk half a dollar for a botti past few week in Klaiimmee, extension division IN WITNESS WHEREOF!: t have bill of complaint Died In said Vsause on turpentine stills and other plants( -j

of Anpiroral nnd tell him to serve( yo are highly pleased with our city, Its i hereunto set my hand and affixed tiiybeV or before M .nrl. tte 1st Ihtan:- for the production, manufacturing, ,
two teaspoonfuls with four teaspoonfuls ( Strawberry growers often use pine Vim*" Uth dy f tVov'ra'SE'AL. cember. A. D. and commercial utilisation of all klnda
climate and it* people, a* i I. evidenced -, their from A? rations of said bill will be taken a. of timber and ether: forest product.
of water in a (Itlau.VltI. you [needles to protect plants
( .) O. J. ROtmTRKK.! confessed by said defendants.It and by-products to produee- mine
watch in your hand take the drink by the following letter, which appeared -:|frost. When an attack seems likely Notary Public. State Of Florida. Is further ordered that this orderbe manufacture ani' deal la}phosphate. ,A
at one swallow and, call for your monej in the DeWitt, Eagle of Nov. My Commission expires March 14. published once a week for four minerals, and mineral oil/and' all'the j.
back in two minutes if canno': I by reason of prevailing: low temperatures 1915 4S- t.. consecutive. weeks In the Klaslmmee product* and bypvoduot .thereat/I1* -"e'
'j" you 12th: the are covered. Many _.r Valley Oaaettey a newspaper published balld. own. leaps, control c...*... and >..*
feel your cod fading away like a dream KUaimmee Fla. Nov. 6 1919. I plants AN. OaVDUfAJUCKAn in 'said County and. Stat.. operate tramways*),railway a?, .ae. l t'*._
'1 J within the time limit. Don't baOaaaa. R VWvBM'lea) *ShU tbsjsstt CBWaveJuV CVSSQt O*> 'Tn s .SOiii dsw_<.<.other V.blcl..or '

ful, for all. druggist ia.tteJ.tymi-sun) bear--Editor madzF Headarf three day and l'nights' because. it-hairbe.j Or4J e.'.Rela......t o't h*>.-Use- of' (8KAU / L. OVBWWTnBBTT.-ti means' o. transportation: of. propyl4!.
) Watev and Llg ht .. In :thee City.of , Clarht Clrcsrtt .Coart;' or products;held, .owned ',or controlled \I'll .
". expect you to try it. Everybody'doinft > We alt started; this morning, to :theirJuatv thsUr ther'-coW: KlaMmm.w 'PlortdSC.' .andu.Rsq-tig. . B.Ri"" BYLLOCI;+ ClftIC ..'by th*<.aid corporation, or\other.per- *'*."*>', -
;4 ,it.When. S make a list of those we all had: thef Paynwmf..therefor.and P\'O..ldln. XI7IBBS. AKEEMArJ,.' 8TJllIID.' sons' or corporation In connection ..lth" '4 ,
l, Vv>ar' . .liered, take the remainder of the bottli promUed to write to, but say, boyt for that long a time. .. Water and Lights to the Cltliens us*' lbs sam for the purpose'*,of
And for the MOT1CB. doing the business ,of the
list large that we all got Collection of Water and common
horn to your wife and babies, foiAtplronal grew so Straw is another good frost-proof LIght Bills.. carrier to own operate, lease hire,
is by far the safest and mo discouraged and decided to go in the BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL A Special Meeting th\ Stockhold- use and maintain docks, wharvee elevators
Pile it between the at
effective, the easiest to take and th co-business and send a few lines to covering. rows OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE: era of the CltI. n. Bank of Klaslmmee presses' tanks storage facilities
most agreeable mid and the old Eagle and ask him to spread the let day of December. A. D. Kit, n'clock A. M. December lltb. and tolls therefrom, and ->to
for iofsols and children. -Adv.) ,not take long to spread it when the all water and lights furnished the 1911.: nT object of the meeting wilibe erect and maintain tank and warehouses - '
hi. wing so that all couIS receiveour and when the Cltlien of Klsslmmee. whether Individuals to conalder the question of a sale for the storage of turpentine
from the South in one I temperature drops, firm or corporations' shall of the assets and liabilities of the oils, rosin. cotton and ether productsand
message danger is past it can be repiled. be paul for according; to the amount bank. and such other business aa may issue storaaV' or warehouse receipts -
'etter. You know that we all in the used, such amounts to be ascertained properly. come before the said meet. against the same)_ to receivepayment
: Fall-planted Irish potatoes maybe by means of water and Hunt meters, Ing., L. H. QEDOE.; for all or any part of the
South do thinathe easiest way to hilled high about the tops in caso and at the following r.te.l .:- 4$-tt. Cashier. capital stock. subscribed Inmoney,
ourselves. I up Section. A flat rate of Twenty labor or services. at a Just valuation
of a frost attack, by drawing the cents per: l> THOUSAND GALLONS NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO APPLY thereof at the discretion of the boardof
FOR SALE! thivon porch in i directors .generally to have and
I am writing a for Irrespective of the amount
shirt sleeves. I could earth from the center, of the rows. used a minimum charge of One PATENT. exercise such pow.r a* may be lncl
slippers and I Dollar per month. meter. to be read Notice la dental to the business of said corporation
hereby given that the undersigned -
out hand and pick a mammoth monthly. I and of the -
reach '
my will apply to HonorableSidney --.llIcld.nt.1 Ii
I This Mean You. . .
s. . t. A deposit of Two and One. powers, and privileges to
grapefruit, take a few steps I Half Dollars will be J. Catts. Governor of the Stateof corporation. organized and -emUtlne
required of all
When you (get up with a bad tastein Florida, at Tallahassee Florid.. on
for under the laws of the Btate of FlorIda
I applicants the use of beforeeater
along the porch and pluck a golden the 4th day of December lllp, forLetter.
your mouth a dull will be cut on, Wr.ter deposit [ i..ue4 ; to issue and deliver It. bonds and
Patent to be to !:
range, a few feet away gather a no relish for food and are constlpat-I,will be refunded upon the discontinuance MILLER COMPANY, under the DREW.fol other obligations for value and secure -

REAL ESTATE 'cQuet: of roses, go to the back lot ed, you may know that y amount of as the may use be of due water the lea City such for lowing" proposed Articles of Incorporation manner sameby It see The, )or' foregoing In any

and pick a mess of peas, radishes 01- dose Chamberlain's Tablets "They 'water by the party or parties entitledto : BENJ. DREW. clauses shall be construed as Independent -
not only cause an agreeablAmovement the deposit. All meters to be put M. M. OVER8TBEET.M. business and powers! and the
ettuce; take a stroll to the lake, of the bowels, but cleanses: and In at the expense of the City and to M. MILLER. enumeration.lrtb't. special business
Farms be. the property of the City. or power held te limit or
Homes Groves
three blocks, and hook a mess ,i invigorate the stomach and improvethe S"". 1. A flat rate of Fifteen Cent. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. restrict In any manner any other business

..'; trout; get in a car and ri4e ove>- digestion. per kilowatt for all electric current or power of this corporation.,

L, and City LotsSPECIAL niles and mile of asphalt roads; go used minimum I for light chara-4 or other of. One purposes, Dollar witha pr>r We the undersigned. hereby asso. The amount ARTILB of the III.capltalstock- of
elate ourselves for the
Gazette together purpose -
A want ad. in the Valley _
said corporation shall be $50,000.00divided
two blocks to the stores and buy month meters to be read monthly. of forming and beginning" a cor-
Into three hundred shares of
will'rent Motors may be operated at Five Cents under the Laws of the .
:your spare poration 8t.t.far
groceries just as cheap a* they are roolD&1. per K. W. or .ta, rate of, 11.11 per H. Florida, and adopt, d. I the par value of 1100.00 per shareS 'all
; fruits F. per month with a minimum chargeof : and crteb"brOI,: ; or part of the capital stock of said
sold in the North, and cheaper. .
One Dollar per month. All consumers thai Articles of our Incorporation corporation may b. payable In. or I*
40 Acres-20 acre bearing grove, Large grapefruits cell at our LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS to be charged. Fifteen Cents per I ARTICLE) L sued or used for the purchase ot prop
I In
i l' house, deep well for $25- door 3 for lOc, oranges, 6c a dozen K. W.K.uV.too 100 K.aaWoenrdl1n;: K.Centsper W. I be,The DREW-MILLER nameof this .corporation COMPANY.shall. and I erty un:4: at or such services valuation there such "

000. Half cash, balance. terms to and ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.' used per month. of. aa may be fixed: by the Board of
they are nice one. its place of business shall be conduct
t ClreaiH C.....-. State .r Fl...... Sec. 4. A deposit of Ten Dollar. ed fn the State of Florida and other Director at a regular meeting 'or a
I. for that .
I sure feel l sorry for you all up Jaalelal Os wlaiTematy. will ba required of all applicants for States of the United State of meetingcalled ,-"purpose.ARTICLE . ." ,, '
Sweat a flremlt. !
current before same will be furnIshed.which IV
and In foreign countrieswherever
there freezing this winter while we I. Chaaeery. AsaaalaHJaasee deposit will be refunded to the The term for which thl corporation/
T......... ._.lalaal. ... I necessary of convenient The prlnel. shall exist shall ba ninety-nine
: around in this beauti- party or parties entitled thereto year
all are setting upon pal office of said' Company shall be at .
Mary 'ra.r. Pefeadaat.It the discontinuance of current less such ICIaalmmee. Florida but tha. aald cor.poratlon ARTICLE V.
M. I. STOUT ful climate. amount aa mar 1et'Tobie such partyor may establish' branch' ofncesit The business of said corporation ; ,
W*,all, have not been bare a 'Week. the appearing bill affixed; by In affidavit the above-stated appendedto parties All : : to be any other place In the State of shall ba eondaeted by a President
In.talled and owned by the City or FlorId., or In any other State of the Vlce-Preldnt and Secretary-Treas
hut have made the acquaintance of cause that Mary Thurber non-resident the defendant of- acquired by the City If already In- United Bttee of America! or in ,any urer and a Board of Directors, aa th*
therein named la a stalled. laW' provide The office of Secretary:
many nice people, three of whom the State of Florida and I. a resident Bee. I. All' bill. for both water and foreign' country." 'TICL.. UN\IF ..-oq.i- and Treasurer may be held by the.

have, already drove.,up and taken us of Ashburro.. North Carolina. and laover 4Ileetrt..c..rr are payable Inontsly, -The "aeaaral nature 'o<. file:*..baslrteaao seme ,pereoa. The. directors, shall ha.elected .
the of twentr-one yearai Itt and If same are not paid In full within ba transacted by the said corporation "by the-stockhotder at ah '
for a drive. Yesterday we went therefore ordered that the said nonresident ten days after presentation, of such shaH ba aa follows: To bold. buy annual meeting) all other ofdeara *f
defendant be and she la hereby bill, or within ten days after such thl corporation shall be leeted anaaally .
with of six on own. hire. control work, develop, sell,
Yen D* Men Work.Yomara forty mile*. a party required to appear to the bill of bill or bills are mailed by the water convey. -lease mortgage, pledge ex. by the Board of Director"The
flching picnic. Took our dinner complaint Bled In said cause on or before : and light collector. the water and current change cultivate Improve, and other annual meeting ,ef said corporation
iaor. atabitiona and yoa get more \ Monday, the ith day of January.A. or either the water or eu/rent wise deal In aDd dispose of real .eetate shall b* held oa the aecond Monday
....,.... out of avsrytbJiU when yoar and had a splendidtime.\ I won the D. 1SIO. otherwise the allegationsof a. the case may be. shell be cut oat << timber lands, and standing, timber III Janrr: ID' each Sad-' ereryyear.. ..
said bill will be taken as confessed the option of the City without fur. It .such hour a. be liKed ,bp the.
blood .. la good eondluon. Imporitiaa In golden by having the largest without limit aa to amount, la the inky
egg, .
by said defendant.It .
ther notice. and the amount of the State of Florida and In any other B-Law. of said corporation bat esay
tha blood baxvery depressing effect ontha catch) both 1ft size i and number. le further ordered ,that thl. order unpaid bill or bills deducted from the State or States of the United States be adjourned from time to time ..
tTMam causing ws-"iss. Isiinsea, teeUn.-'lin. and are be published one. a week for Four deposit or deposits, and the balance of and In foreign countries, to do any such By-Laws may provide: until -tbe
al rinse*. We'ara both consecutiveweeks In the KUslmmee the depoalt. If any, refunded to the and all things appropriate for the da.velopraent officers elected at the first annual p
'C--.aDd looking forward to a very pleasant Valley Qasette, a newspaper published user. and Improvement thesame meeting shall be 01 qualified the business -
/ Chill TONIC ,ID said County and State. See. (. In th. event that either the for agricultural and other purposes of. this corporation shall b* .conducted -
,restores Eaergr and Vitality by Parlrrini winter. The Eagle has not arrived Thla 16th. day of Nov..mbe'L: Itlt. water or electric current Is eat oft for for which the same .may b..d.J'tedi' by the following officers *0-'
and Enaicblng> the Blood. When you feel it is on the 3. U OTERS' 'REET... non payment of the bill or. bills, acharge ; to subdivide large bodlea of B. Drew. Pre.ld.ntl.1.;. ] C, M.. Over
<' yet, just ,suppose way.: Clerk Circuit Court. of ONE DOLLAR will be madeto small farms, lay out townsites street. Vice-president; 1(., )L ,Miller. ,
Ita strenf tbenlnl. Invigorating nct. see \Me had a very pleasant trip down" (Circuit Court Beat) cut same tin again In addition to erect suitable buildings -for Secretary-Treasurer. '-' '1\'
,how it bring color to the cheeks and how TEOROE W. FOX. the payment of all Indebtedness to the residences or business and to make' And the., following shall"'constitutethe
,it Improve the appetite you will then meeting numerous people from the. Solicitor for Complainant. 4t-4t. City and the deposit above mentioned such other improvements aa may be Board, of, Directora until those C'
Its tonic veto North going South. ba made by the applicant.All necessary upon such farms or lots; to elected at the first annual meeting- .. ,,,
appreclaU true NOTICH' OP IKtTKNTIOOl! TO APPLY ordinances or parts of or<1ln."- encourage In any way the cultivation shall b*. ,GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONICIs I Please, :you all, answer this andIt FOR LETTERS! PATENT.' ces In conflict herewith be .and the of the soil and to assist In disposing of M.- M. Miller. j
not medicine. It is simplyIRON and same are repealed.Unanimously It. products, when upon the ARTICLE! VI.:. . . i
patent will sure be appreciated, you Notice Is -hereby given that the un- passed In open session market. of the, Lrown. canneries, The hlerhest amount 'of Indebtednessor'liability
and QUININE suspended In' Syrup., all editor be sure and keep"the old deralgned will apply to the Governor this 4th day of November A. T> 1519.SEAL and to do all other thlnga neceasary to which this, corporation
So pleasant even children like it. The of the State of Florld&.t Tallahassee, ( ) H. Si. BkEIAKER.President to the proper care ot. same: to cut may' au>*ny- time subject Itself shall '
blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON Eagle flying; this way. on the 16th day of December. D. of Council. Pro-Tern. Tell work. manufactureproduce,' buy be .One Hundred. Thousand Dollar
to Enrich It. These reliable tonic Prop Love and kindest regard to all.: Ill*. for letters Patent. Incorporating Attest ell. and deal In lumber loirs, crossties "-; AR.TICLB VII. "' 1f
/ : the Bank of Osceola County Klsslmmee J. R. GILBERT Clerk. ;;. shlaglps" and all 'articles and The' names and residences 'of' the
:cities never fall to drive out impurities I -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wild. P1&.. under the following proposed Approved this 4th day of Nov 1 I1'. products and by-products manufactur subscribers hereto. and the. amount of'
I the blood.Th . charter the original of which QEO. W. FOX. ed or derived from pine cypress or stock. subscribed by them are as fol.
*Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S Is ,now on, _file In ,the office of the Secretary 47-51 Mayor, other kinds of timber to ",' sell de. lows and the said aharea hereby' eat-
GARDENS HELP LOWER or state of the State of Florida. liver and deal In groceries commissary opposite their Jiames. _are I ber.bysubscrlb.d -
,TASTELESS; Chill TONIC, baa mado'it HOME WITNESS our names this llth day NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX "stocks, dry goods haraware, and for ' ., ,.
the favorite tonIc; In thousand of homes. HIGH COST OF'LIVING .November. A. D. 1519. UBED. all klnda of general-'merchandiseand Ben). Drew Orlando: Fla, 100Bhares. -

Mora than thirty-five years ago. folk 1. H. ANTHONT.U agricultural products at wholesale ._ -- -__. - '.,,.:.
I ,would ride a long distance to'get GROVE'S H. QKDOK. Notice la hereby gIven that John tall, and on a commlssleni. to buy, iO"Sh'r 'ovrtreev. Klsslmnee. .Fin.-
The call for war garden* .)las pass I OEO. "1'. BINQELTARY, nrasch. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. raise, sell and deal In cattle and all .- -
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a'' T. M. RIVERS.F. 91. dated 7th August A D. 117. other kinds of live stock and pasturelands M.- M. Miller' Klsslmraee, ,Fla, '100 .
member of their famUy bad Malaria or ed, and in its place has' come the demand W. HILL. of the sale of the City of St. Cloud, and cattle ranges: to buy Shares. -.. "' T

-\ needed a body-building, strengthgivingtonic. for help to rehce the high' PROPOS) CHARTER OF In Florida,of, floe has applicationfor Certificate ,!hire vtherwlie, mortgage deal'in lease and pledge dispose.a.\1\of.nd all ."!'&ru3tYRJRfNOJl >> ':iOn

.-The formula Is just the same today cost of living. A very valuable' BANK OF 08CEOL.A COUNTY, KIS- my tax deed to Issue In accordancewith ,kinds of personal property; to act .. thla day personally appeared J>e..' '
". and you can get it from any drug B1MMEB. FLA. law.' ,Said tax certificate embraces ,real estate brokers and agents for the fore,,me, a Notary Public fn and for '.
store. 60o per bottle. > of the Floridian i* the home garden, the' following described prop purchase and sale of real estate of all said County and State duly qualified,
which ean- be used all winter. There The Undersigned Incorporators here- erty In Ose.olaCounty, Florida, to- kinds to establish and maintain B. Drew, well known to me to be the
i' ,t. j" 1 by associate themselves together for wit: Lot. Nineteen (!*) and Twenty farms, gardens and truck farm., to person described In ana* who executed
are some thin.. necelll.ry, to constitute the purpose of becomingIncorporated (10) .of-One-Hundred-and Kllth- raise-live' .toek.---'to-: -establish dairy fereaolnsrproposed. charter,, and
'; : per dietand according tour and form h.. a corporation under and ty-four (1S4) of the City. of.St. Cloud farms ehlckea farms: ; to erect and who. subscribed the same, and n* ac.knowl.d..4 .
; LOOK FOR a'pr by virtue of the Law. of the State of Florida,* according plat filed Slit day construct ano ,operate saw mills and before rue that he executed ->
:: ::6./1./.. THE RED BAIL home demonstration agents, the Florida, with and under the, following. of August, A. D.' 1909. -'The land crate factories, Ice facterlea and cold and subscribed th'esame for the
proposed' cbarter being assessed at the date o1.\ la. storage plants,, and to operate, the uses and purposes .therein expressed.lo .
fj'' .TRADEMARK"ModanV vegetable Is one ,of them. Here in, I. suance of aid certificate In the name same to manufacture purchase sell, witness whereof I have hereunto-
''I have"ereta- The name ef the corporation shall of F. E! CORBBTT. Unless said eer.tlflcata and deal In fertilise and fertllisinmaterIals & set my hand and affixed my official
: Florida .", e can be the Bank of Oaeeola County, and shall be redeemed accordingto .crates barrels boxes and Orlando. Florida,< thin ITth day
ble all, year by careful selection of its place of business shall be In the I law. tax deed will issue thereon on material. necessary for pacing of October, 11*. -'
T' i city of KiesimmeeIn the County of the 8th day of December. A. D. 1.1. fruits vegetables, and other term (Notarial Seal) I ETHEL: BARLOW .
''f Annmmitioii oil 'and varieties planted. Oaeeola, and State of Flora.IL Official Seal) .L. OVERSTREET product and to deal In any and. all N'.;'.ar7Publio, State of Florida. MyClmralaelon
The' following vegetable crops can Clerk 'Court. Osceola County. other supplies for orchards grove.and Expire!: F.. b. IT. 110..'
The reneral nature of the business Florida 'U-'L -farm.: to manufacture, lease, bayand STATE. OF FLORIDA. t >, -
5hootiiTEjht be planted in November, In any part to b* transacted shall be that of a sell farm Implements, apparatus, ., COUNTY OF OBCEOLA! > '
O.neral Basking Business with powers IN' fluB CIRCUIT COURT. STAlE Or tools and machinery traction. engines On thla day personally appeared bet '
Beet brussels sprouts
I - of the state: laeldent thereto aa provided by the 'JUDICIAL and power. casts and all other articles fore me, a o ryPublic In and for -
cabbage collard, onions, peas, radish Statutes of the State ,of Florida. FLORIDA. HVBNTKBinrH and appliances used IB connectionwith aid County and State duly !qualified .,1
't m- CIRCUIT. OtCBOLA COUNTT.IK and necessary forth.. proper I(. I(. ()y.nt..... and I(. K.; Miller a
' rape, spinach and turnip*. Then Tae amount ef the capital stock of CHANCMT.' : cultivation: and operation* of farm well known 'to 'nf to be the pe ronsdeeorlbed
said corporation shall be Twentyfivetboueaiuf fruIt farms, aardena. graves sad track la and who exeooted theforerolar -
cauliflower celery and pannipa can, I .
(111,000) Dollars. to b* divided farm: to enter Into stake, to Sores proposed' charter' sad whe
be .planted In. Southern Florida,while Into 10 hare-of the par _.... B. 'PW .ssea. Cosaplalsvaa. Ye.Ag. ". astd-arry,oat .ontraeta ef every.sort subscribed the Mm*, and they Mver
of On. Hundred Dollar ... N.b.eet .is* Vee* J. and kind with any person Brm. association ally aekaewladaed before me thatthey
.:. \ leek rutabaga* and swiss chard naybe tobepoldincseh. ($100) each. .__... .eT .-MaoIo, ............ corporation private, public.ormunicipal. xecuted sad aabMriMd th*,

planted la north Florida., Soil con. "Y. or body polltle. In tart ... same for the usss and purpoae there;
: ', b:N*) W..1IeIaII7) CkMsshhyeslsr.w -TO* term TOP which aald- corporation It appearlnr by affidavit appendedto *ne*__*>f fh* baslneeeof this corporation l"la"wTSeaaLwb t ...
'" ditions and direcllona for. planting. shall.. xlat bill Bled above-stated ,, sad t* d* all sad every thinsne *rf hav aerewt ,
aaall be tee t* the
' ........ ........ ........ b.cs .-- ninety-nine yearn W.Hanbreeht and to properly carry so It* Nt ee,. bend aMi .7 ofdetal'i.e ,
.. .lnhlas1ns. sim .........*/*.a ara much the same aa in other seer. .*.k.. ...-of The saId corporation Victor cans that 3. Haaibreeht.Aanea her husband ttiseteadartQttherein baalaeae eeaary: toasaJc* see and -deUs.'..M*> ... .JIJeeI_.... no......'. hia I .. '

,.tbi Iss.. I se %&a_. UODLi"ft ". tr'", shall ba, conducted by the following namedara .o" a.gottabe."proinlsiuiOr7-asodep. ,.'for ..?; I .. o.toINr. '411'. O'BRyk
''CII ............. .f.l'oJ.", ofaeeratA s residents -of the State of Florida sad tadebtedae which said. _....? (No..rlal Seal) ,zwx .
threeViils wuTsasiit ski ..... ha.SMSTetaeWsstlea.adaotasaO . laear and t. by Mary Public, Ital. se ....rI.Co.Ilo. ...: UFed. ..
y Jstt *. .. president ODe or more ?toepr.I..a. ..- are resident of tee City and Coanty might sees* Ness '
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-aliii.asis. If your.busia.. .* .. not. worth 'advertising ' ... a beard-of ..". director, a of Philadelphia. State of Pennsylvania. trust deed ::0 .. Sr any' *.ueimanner DICKIMMOnT +.\>.reo.tCXDI Ott.' \
4 .. ..."JTasaS II..........- ttoksrewOltaeareeTer advertise1 it'for tale la the. cashier and such other ota....., and .. each over the a*. of tweatyposerearet a* board ef director ahalle ,,aedpersl1aw Attoraeya for..Uoara rat.ra.,Orlaada,',
,, .... .dkMlth* *risaaa4 the ChM.a* employees a* the corporation may aa- It la therefore ordered that theesl&onre.idestdefsndaatbsad. at; to b IM. maintain own ,1\\
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,;, ; Proceedings of the County Commissioners I ,iL. 1

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't '', To abort a cold The Board of County Commission-: Farmerwas instructed to see that

r =' J era in and for the county of Otceola, repairs were made as soon as possible ,
and prevent complications ( Florida, met in .regular session on .Mr Acree also .called the board's ',\\1

take d;' October Srd, at ten o'clock a. ,m., attention to the need of pens at, the <<
] ; there being present A, F, Bass, Math Roberts Vat,matter referred to

t 'L 1 chairman; E. U D. Overstreet, Ernest Commissioner E. L. D. Ovel'l reet. .' ,
Mach, John Partin and B. II. Commissioner B. If Guy asked the

J Gay, commissioners, Pat Johnston, board to take some action to have "

attorney for the board,. and J. L. the work 'on. his road continued and
Overstreetj", clerk.. completed, matter passed .CIGARETTE
The board was called to order by Mr. S. L. Lupfer came before the

. .1,; its chairman, A. F. Bats; and .the board and reported that the Osecola I) ,, III! "
r I minutes of the regular and special County Fair Association had determined ti I h1laIII '
'J session of the board held in October. that it would be better for la J.SIli 4W4: If you want to know what rare and II
.: 't'o : lead and approved. {the county to own the Fair :Association I,
Camels provide
a + unusual
\ before the association to lair, to / z El. enjoyment
Mr. S. W. Porter being present over '
" f"r ) the board stated that the .Melbourne the county the entire holdings. He G gj! ih ti\ smoke them in comparison with any !;! i iil" '/

,; :.: ; The purified and refined I I'I forty of his lands and therefore would be a good plan for the county Ij;!' v ( ; ,, 4
it to build -fence Ito have 'an exhibit of livestock and ;
made necessary revelation yIlljjllj
calomel tablets that are : are a cigarette any ?
on either side of the: right of way of fruits this winter, the matter was ". CAMELS Take ;!illyUN!
nausealess, safe and sure. I q'aI' :- consider them I quality, !
;'I I Ii said road, and asked them to ajlow [I carried! over to the December ses- \ '
d ;tlli;;1'' or refreshing flavor and .fragrance; or, that 'i ;
i Medicinal virtues retain. him $250 toward the construction of awn.Mr. !!' ' .
ed and improved. Sold of fence, whereupon Commissioner I Lupfer hen asked the board wonderful mellow-mild-smoothness you I'tiIIiiG'j' "

only in sealed package. E. L. D. Overstreet made a motion ito make arrangements: for a loan of r'.? ,'''aIN never before got in a cigarette smoke 1 Yet il : ..:j

r.. Price.35c. that the board pay Mr. Porter the t$1600 to pay certain bills againstthe :!i l 'i Camels are so full-bodied and so full-of- !' fIj '

, foi amount requested for. a right of way ( association, whereupon Commissioner iliil4 q % satisfaction you marvel that so much de- 1il! ;;; ;).
deed instead of fencing, motion seconded John Partin made a motion
lj a'M' light could be put into a cigarette I ;;,
that the board borrow such amounton !Il
{ by Commissioner B. H. Guy I4 n,
thai tM oalao is intht dS I '
and carried Mr. Porter to furnishthe the Fair Fund and that a warrantfor a j!!r+illl t l, ci'careffes and Jo Camels expert blend of choice Turkish ..u

deed to the county. < $1500 be drawn in favor of the I I!14I l not expect premium and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them a hI 1N !I Ii
lion. T. M. be- jOsceola County Fair Association.Motion' ,
Murphy appeared
1 And the blend I
i, Ian efr coaponaCeenee / so irresistibly appetizing ,
seconded Commissioner E. "
fure the board and advised them that by 'i
rTr i i I Annie Powell nursed Mrs. Bessie L D. Overstreet and carried. l hq I explains why it is possible for you to smoke !a l; a adlr

Hollows estimate of M Camels liberally without tiring your taste 1 i
Longwell before she was sent away I dlr INI
and asked that they pay her $10 for ,work completed' on S. R & B. district 1 ji a d You will prefer Camels to either kind jt

her services? upon motion of Commissioner No.2, $4,294.54 whereupon of tobacco smoked straight ,II
t John Partin seconded by ComnHissioner John Partin made a I !I'' l'I 'I

Comimisioner Ernest Mach and car- motion that a voucher be drawn to 41i'1.', I You'll realize pretty quick, too, thatI h'4t'i IIIiNh' t\\

ried, request was granted. jthe company for such amount. Mo- ;1 fn ecjenfjfeelr ere eojtf seels ere/y rf wAem,..,d. among the many reasons you smoke Camels t u1; EI'I *.

t' ii/Ii t6hequa I Mr. W. J. Mallet came before the tion seconded by Commissioner B. I, T II ea ee of 2O BiOrettee; : leupeele is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga- ,

board and asked them to either H. Guy the vote being taken Commissioners ,.._ee 13OO,ufereffee ,,in m 1
pay -- retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor m'I{ ...h.hi'I
,1WMs lieto4w for the earth that was removed from Partin and Guy voted yea pI w. *tronglreetfan e.eo..n..d ra/. N, ryl
his lots! on the public road between 'land Overstreet and Mach nay, the f pIt !, __1I17_fbr.f_Jbe Aome_ ;er. -- Once you know Camels you won't n j

"We Got Him! Kis immee and St. Cloud or have ;vote being a tie, Commissioner A. +''k'' l take much stock in premiums, coupons =6 '

Try thk combination on small the earth returned making them as F. Bas cast his deciding vote in (tu 1'1'd or giftsYou'll prefer Camel quality P,:
(vn*>--. two eye vtwlysad __ they were before the road gang used favor the payment of bill; and the h { !
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a Stevens No. TO. 70 Mile.BspettsieytbcNo. U the roort the earth which amount he estimated clerk was instructed to draw voucher '!' tl' ''' R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Seisin. N. C. W1'' 1

accurate Jl caliber rapeatin* rifle at 240 cubic yards. The Board
mm Jl 1t
a "the_ VWb..laadbv feature instructed the clerk to investigateand Notary bond of J. L. Barber with ,?, ? . .,, ,,, ,m ,
loaded when
'i teDi ras whaa it i I1 { I { ,, {, . { t
i' i k M.mpq.a see if the lots mentioned belonged Wm. I. Barber and James M.' John- |;fite;! fM|t fi' ..ttffl ; I. }
Take*fiftaat Jl abort or eleven ston as sureties was examined and 9ttB 1 .i, ../
Is ..camd.w. to Mr. Mallet, and report at the al'e
Aek to eee Btrrene No. 70 December meeting.Mr. approved. Feed bill of prisoners also __ L1
PTT tI-t ". *- c...... hew I approved and ordered ,- ----'
E. B. Haven came before the -
J. 8TXVCNS ARMS COMPANY board in the interest of proposed S. I Mr. John S. Cadel came before the I Mr. Pat Johnston attorney for the H444+4+*4+*4+*<&>4+*+++*+++

ChliiBie rail MeMo, U. B. A. R & B. district, as mentioned in petition board and asked them to authorizethe aboard, reported that the amount toILe
filed with the board at a pre payment of taxes on cattle of | paid Mr. Wm. H. Kempfer for ; ; .Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night; ; ; ij'

, vious meeting and asked if it would Mr. E. L. Lesley at 50 per cent of (' \of way to Melbourne road Auto Hears

ti -- not be possible to modify the peti- the amount assessed stating that ':through Deer Park should be drawn ,

tion BO that such district could be they were assessed at five thousand for $510, his understanding being that I

7 o, WHEN NEURALGIA esablished whereupon the board instructed head, and there was really only about .1'deed should include 17 lots, whereupon I 1, I:'aj

Mr. Haven to get the peti- one-half that many. The board Commissioner John Parti.n, :}

ATTACKS NERVES tion signed and present to the boardat agreed upon a proper presentationof 'made a motion that warrant be EISELSTEIN BROS. '
the December meeting. the matter to grant the request drawn for said amount end delivered i

i ; Mr. Haven presented a bill for if in their power BO to do. to Mr. Pat Johnston upon receipt'of

Sloan' Liniment scatters certain work that had been done on I The Kissimmee Concert Band having deed. Motion seconded by Commissioner Funeral Directors & Embalmers
the roads in his community and asked appeared before the board and Ernest Mach and carried.
1. the congestion and that it be paid. Commissionermade !asked for support to the amount of The clerk read in open board a FLORIDA

relieves pain a motion that the bill for :,$500, and the board at that time on- letter from Mrs. Susan Geer, asking ST. CLOUD, ,

/ I" $60.75 as presented be paid, motion ,ly being able to promise them $200 them to allow-her $10.00 per month

./ "'-t. .'; 1 --A Uttle,'applied ivitko*! bbhag will seconded by Commissioner Partin on the 1919 budget, upon being advised for support for her husband;. Jim
' fiv r.i:: ifrnttrott immediately and, nat' and and carried,' and the clerk was Instructed that there was now in the Geer, whereupon Commissioner Er- t
'I tJ,.,, soothe the nerves. ---. to draw a warrant. for such Special Publicity Fund about $300 nest Mach made a motion that war- :
"J i -.hoc.
' Of fit aid .. Pbon 60. ., Lady AWful
Sloan's I.
Liniment effective inallying *
very amount. from the .1918 budget, asked them' to rant be.drawn for. such amount;' motion r 1.I 1.-1.i
external pain., strains, bruiae-, ( '
r aches stiff-joints, tore muscles, lumbago Mr. J. R. Donegan came before the allow a warrant for $300, whereupon seconded by Commissioner"John
,neuritis, sciatica rheumatic twinges. board and asked them to constructa Commissioner John Partin made a Partin and carried. i
< Keep 'a big bottle always on hand dipping vat at Myrtle Island, Commissioner motion that a warrant be drawn to The board instructed the clerk to I II'
r, for family rase. Druggists. everywhere. Partin made a motion that the band for such amount, motion return to Mr. S. W. Porter the bondsof iValleV Gazette. advtrtUtnff ___. 1800'Valley }
I 35c $1.4Q. 700) I
request be granted, motion secondedby seconded by Commisioner Ernest A. E. Whaley and G. H. Clark, ,L.lKht A Water plant_._u__u.___u. *0 00 M. TILLER .!
Commissioner Overstreet and Mach and carried, and the clerk instructed deceased' the bond company having ,C L Bandy commissions_.___. 9029J
yf xMT'M 1 n carried. Mr. Donegan agreed to, to draw such warrant. asked that they be returned that W Thompeon. burying pauper 19,59 Real Estate Agency i ; :i'

build the pens around the vats. 'j The board instructed the clerk to they might be cancelled.The I\v'I' U Tel Co., me.aalte.uuu_ 35) ............................... '
)". The clerk all sealed bids draw vouchers as follows: On S. R. clerk read a letter from Mr. ,St Cloud Tribune, legal notice. 1100E
presented __ __ J3.95
) M Goodrich, medicine n Realty bought an< told. j
that had been received by him on & B. District No.: 1, to M. M. Smith, A. F. Stroup, agreeing to do the ,iWenner-Sawyer. sup uuu_ J.80 Houses rented. .,

vault fixtures and the board pro- chairman of the state, road depart- work of fencing right of way throughhis ,Annie Powell nursing______ 10.00 .
Taxes and Titles vcriBad
''ceeded' to open same in open board, ment; $ .OOO;, to'M..-Mmith, $10- land., Commissioner Partin madea I W H Arnold payment vault,100.0u paid \
follows 873.38; on S.. R. & B. District t. No. 4Peon. motion that the work be done by deo D Barnard, record book...- 300.00 for non-residents. "
as : __ i'surancs.
L R Farmer. road supervisor 150.00IO '
Fire Life and Accident ''
Engr. & Construction Co. $4- motion seconded by : .- J'3
I The H. & W. B. Drew Cq., for fixtures W Ashton supervisor100.00
I as per blue print, in green finish 294.64; Joe E. Johnston for surveying Commissioner Mach and carried, and Brown guard un__----__ C5.00 to"
roads in said district "' inform L mule hire- __ __ 25.00 Indemnity 3ondj. \ ;
i It $1868.50, goods to be deliveredin on $177.0. the clerk was instructed to It Farmer u I

400AIn'ICLKS eight .weeks. S. R. & B. District No.8, Florida Mr. Stroup of the action of the Q H C Bronson Orantham potatoes, supplies'to to R R 0 O_ 4.00C 4.00 ...... ... . . ..... ... .... .
Engr. & Construction Co., $5,589.04; board.
Florida Lock and Safe Company, Everglades Cypress Co. lumber 11.14 '
Fl. a 400 for fixtures as per blue print, in' R. G. Reynolds surveying, $194.80; Upon motion of Commissioner Er- J C Lunlnu hire of prisoner.26.01 '
', PICTURESEACH black finish, $1437.00, time for delivery -. also warrant to Southern Clay Mfg. nest Mach, seconded by Commissioner Oeo. Battonj' bal road work.__ 85.81 J. W. THOMPSON \
Waters & Car.on mule feed__ t.'.0< ;
Co.. balance on brick, $700.00
not mentioned.Geo Partin and carried, the clerk.wa.
j> 1 MONTHPWUlAllMU.IOIIK' D. Barnard, for fixtures as Mr. Emil Mach having proposed to instructed to borrow $3,500 for the Waters Covlngton A Co.C.non.. stripes groc's to R R 0 Q-_ 1I5.S9 77.00 Funeral Director \:

/ MA.a-iK per blue print, black finish, $1449.75, sell the county certain brick owned Road and Bridge Fund and $1,500 Lupfer Prather. supplies___ 22.71 a..11 S
: t< N.....aY ass_.- __ tc be delivered in about four weeks. by him at Campbell station at $35.00 for the Fair Fund. Cenrtal Drug; Store 4ru...----. 7.10J ANDLICENSED v
1 atM-roe thousand. Commissioner John L Overstreet. ReL' f.e______ S.OO
'fI:: z-A.: per;
i : rfwy' The board after having opened all The following bills were examined,
h, W .M. nr Partin made a motion that the board Clint Simmons, road work7.SO
. & teeMetrq : bids received by them, took tip the approved and ordered paid: H L, Overstreet. road work..__ (34.70 EMBALMER
t+. .l.Oaaatastes.r.. ---y----0s.eM N.. matter a* to which was the best bid, accept the propostition. Motion seconded A P Base Commissioner ____1 11.00 H C Stanford Co., lup. to R. O. S2.'0
$ and the H. & W. B. Drew Co. having by Commissioner B. H. Gay E 1' D OYer.tr_" com________ 1 ..00 C 0 Tyner. supplies.-_.______ ".n Id
4r bid l only on the green finish for fixtures and carried, Mr. Farmer to cheek Ernest Mach commissioner ___ 11.00 A L Davidson aand ___.______ 5.00 Store, .and Chapel, Stewart Are. .: .
1. was' ont taken into brick and report to board. John Partin commissioner .__. 11.00 Klasy Wagon Wks., repair___. 23.SS Klaalmmee. Fla. \ .
Hardware ____
B H commissioner15,00 Osceola Co. nip 109.51 ,
The inn Guy "
clerk presented and read .
,tion, for the reason that the fixture i Z L Overstreet clerk.____... llt.CO W B Maklnson Co.. supplies_ 118.11 "
In' the old vault, and which will be open board, a letter from Dr. R..Thor Pat Johnston 10." J K: Slngeltary lumber________ 28 .I2 '.
used in the 'new, is of black finish,: Weaver, asking the board to pay W B Crawford pros. a/tty____ 11.11 E B Havens, road work. ___ (0.75
qN and would not match the fin bills for gas and oil used by him as T M Murphy county Jad-e___* 11.00R J Z Roberson drug. to R O___ .15 DR. BDCKMASTER !
green _______ N
ish.: county demonstrator for August, Thor Weaver,, dem ...L_-.._- 19 ..00L M P Tfndall. road work 10.00
So. Clay Mfg. Co., bal') payment 700.00
Ins-ram, of Jail-., ll-SO
Mr. E. R. Carswell, representativeof September; and October, whereupon H / car ____ --- 10.00 Peoples Bank 'of..8t'A eioud____1500.00 v .w
J B Bass Janitor
Commissioner ------ .
E., L. D. Overstreet Peoples Bank of fit. Cloud. Int ".04
the Florida Lock and Safe Co., AMI* Chancey. ntalnt4..--__ 10.00
.- i. oNer. BACK then stated to the board that as they made a motion that the board refuseto J B Owen rnalnt ___,___... 10.00 T M Murphy judge juv. court_ 12.50 .KISSIMMEEtS; I
f S' wah.tae.aaio I1..... '.s.a_ were in''a rush for the fixtures andit pay such bilL Motion secondedty Mrs J B Stenaon. malnt ..____ 10.00 |L H n Injiram.Crow ford.feed conv.prisoner fees______ 15.00 51.511W OSTEOPATH I f : I
feete totketoeMaeeat af Eeenaa.' would be for this : Commissioner B. U. Gay and car J A IVttot. main : month_ to..O _
14 Tetter.IHiiCvetea.Itck.etc. impossible company Alex. Akerman conv. f.e.h. 15.00L
... = ried. Mrs C 6 lmslt malnt______ 10.01 .
I b.a 1'r
I' to H at Jail. 31.00J
get the work done timesoon .Ins-ram expenses
ent..t fa 04: Hwe'.a.l.. any Mrs J Kerkendall. maln< _____ 10.00Mrs <
$ ... .eliee.d Wr.M er auch that he would advise them to _____. 800Mr L Overatreet, court costs____ 50.00
\ It Tl Hollar. mime
; y-
ease sae's Mae .a. H C Hartley material 1.00
j M_ a..A G...ei., Tr award the contract to Geo. D. Barn- INFLUENZA Tode' Fetersoji. malnt ..__ 8.00 Phillips Bro, supplies ___u__ 25.(0 ;:-t
j KaeeerrUk TODAY.. ard Company, as they were in position Mr M Bronson, malnt _--___-- '.00 _.
Fer sale tacaUy T H H Hull repair to vat.u ".00 Phone No. 162
with Cold Samuel Montsdoca, malnt .____ 6.00 ._______ ... 'J
to the
CENTRAL DRUG rt work done at once, starts a Hull A Smith con. vat 967.00
STORE Almenla! Bran, 'malnt ----__-- 1.00 t l"
Ordla Baas, tIck eradication.._
o,, vG whereupon Commissioner John Par- Mr M Smith malnt __________ ,8.00 loan _____ 75.00
tin Kill the Cold: At the fi.n& State Bank ------, 1520.00State
? .. .: 'HabItual' Coostlpatlon Cared made a motion that the contractbe Julia Jrnlg-an. matnt ________ 1.00 Bank Interest _____ ___ 20.00 r'
IN M to 31 Day* awarded to Geo. D. Barnard Company - take ILI.s Mrs Jlner Padsrett.. malnt ____ t.OO O.ceoJPlLlr Assn. :______u 11500.00: I ,
1, ", .LAX-rOS WITH PEJ>SIN- U spedally- "motion l seconded by"Commis. Mr Jan Clement! mains ___- 5.00 I Concert Band donation ______. 200.00 {
rQreDazedSyrupTonb-LaxtlveforHabimal i\ sioner B. II. Guy and Mrs 8 A Wilson, malnt _i------ 1.00 I'' The tax collector's report showed ;
r r j Yarriedt! by '"
k ,
Constipation. IVrelievea _
promptly but 'CASCARAUININl. Mr Janle Johns, main *_* _' 1.00 SSS7.BS collected for General License
,, e should be'taken regularly for M to 21 days unanimous vote- of the board, I R' 0 IJTlntjston. malnt ____-,- 1.00 and fl.OO for Polls. :
ML- *** -
n, ; to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and Mr. L. B. Bevis then assured the Frank Bran, malnt ....____ E.OO The report of county depositories '
it l *, 'Jtegelatea. Vary pleasant. to Take Me board of his appreciation ;Tof the order : '- H THUS malnt _..__....,__ 6.00 showed the following;. balances In th. 1.4AT'VI3Q
. ; per_bottle.. :.v: . t ,. and promises tg''cet'' I. q'rbid'tus4y 8.M.McClelland. .. malnt' LI,_.. S.OO various November lit. UII: SEALED TINS'0tcY :
t ,- '- --- tit. -noJt as qulcklt:a. oaIbJe.: Staaaard fee I.a yiere B Voder .natat _________'- 1.00 General Revenue Fund -----_tl.IK.57 .. .f.. : GQOCZRS.. .
i tablet 1......ale. cure, ao Claude Sylvester, 'malnt _...__ ..00 .. .
WANTED ( Page Nine. '
iatss_! sneaks' ap a cold h i' Mary, KlnMrmalnt ......_:... 1.00 ) 11
P The GasetU wants a eorraspondentJn board v and repotted r the,,/; ,detour Messy; back U te4 It j rasa la S days-The.:' Mrs N Bronson. malnt.-..,?. 1.00. MAXWEI.IHOUSE': ').
every' community la Oseeola county around the O' er17'place in :bad condition g..uiw box see a''Red Delia Collins-ton. maJnt %-. ..-- .. 4.00 t Uljo..ra.TaatNsa) chill Tonicvkanrraaaeaertr ;; t.
Send la the news.-it win help'' thepaper r' n r ii t .- with .Jar HOT*.' Water eV ,Carson, auppltese$1,07 ...... '
and asked them to get necessary parifylas aad earloak -
: picture.
y and will keep your faction baiorethepobllci I L'R Farmer,' ear, fare,, of Marcus >a'UM 'bknd. YeaiaaeeoaleslluStnBtlaeoln :

'. .. .... : J: i:k..,. :'_'/ ' .ltpair4.. done. 'at- .Ont.i' 11 t Mr.. .,, A'A"De a .s-;. ; .Blood' :w -.....':"'; .,---....,. "10.*. lavisorsUat ICOect., Price Me. COFFEE't;_

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t 'w imply',an extreme case of. 'p .';'Id.

: DELIGHTED[ WITH InC profits with seemingly no remedy
Mill Girls Wiri Honors for the trouble

In 1914 and 1915 the daily papers

WHAT DRECO DID Forming Thrift Clubs of JNew print York at 'two jtnd cents Chicago or less were, delivered buying ' IGL a

at their
press rooms. During I

1915 the price began to jump vapidly i VT I
,- r
and for 1916 many of the 'papers had .

Suffered For Years With a to contract at prices v.rylnafrom

.Stomach Trouble Nervous,, three to three and one-half cents' f. 'I'' 1

nets, v.Pains in Back and : o. b. nvill. To some of the New York\ i

Limbs, Dizziness and Con paperi..'thir advance in price mena? a packaSebefo! ,

stipation. AI ,Gone Now. an increase -cost per year of, from 5C' '

"I "'Ja.t finished takla bottU of one to'two million dollars and forced e the war
Drew, baa mad ma ao much an increase in the
subscription price'But
better and .r'Itl'\t -1 on do all my
owo bourowork; A. M. McDvrnott today three to three and one-
2M East Cb... street, p.a...- '., ,
half cent paper would be extremely .
Fla."Belo. "

condition dldn'i S couldn't .at anything, hardly, are just now confronted, so report c ,a -- ,
and aierp much. My trouble darted 5
severs yon age and although I says, with from nine to twelve '
I tried many different thing*, nothing; proacrlbed.for during the
cent warc -
me aeemed to do any food paper and I have heard of quotations -- .
and I wit aittibat. a pbyklr.l wreck. as high as thirteen and a
J After eating I would feel all bloated "
with lour gas and my heart would beat quarter. '
eo tart aomrilmei I would think It wee .
t, 44 going to lump out of my body Thla-. ry i It is easy to see what this means to 4
made. me very nerroiia and I was nay to ah
the 'of nation.
let esclted. I felt ao bad tbat I couldn'ttake I press Subscription a package
any Interest. In tblngi. Nearly every or advertising rates ,can hardlygo ,
3 day ] read In the newspaper 5
boat ..trI1)rero bad done for other, I 5 high enough to cover such a price
and many Just fitted my aymptomaexactly NOW--
for raw material and it would ,seem
I\ : ao I talked tbe matter over with
t ny husband, and w* decided to !five that the print 'paper manufacturers
I>rem> s trial. After a few dnya It began
te brace me up, and 1 knew: I bad at U.t' are killing the goose thaf' has been
found the right thing needed.
my system ,
"1 em how no mtirh better that I can laying their golden eggs.
f eat moat anything I want, and a* much .
I 1|I A movement is on foot now to appeal \
a. want and do nut feel any bad effect
.t all. My husband ..". I deep like a Upwer group, back row, (aft to right C. E, Bagwell, D. O. Bryant, at to the department of justice for THE FLAVOR LASTSSO
J:. ..... and be can hardly wake me ID the '
M. Preealey' J. L Copeland, T. 8. Poteat.Froth t\\
r I never have a headache now relief .from the high-handed profltejxing -
:.odm/r.l end well. I am delighted row-Mra, Baaala Tlea, Mleeea Ora Foster Minnie Thompson :
with what Dram did. for n.." methods. Just what form the
, Eatalla Davie, Minnie Davie anti Baaala Hughes DOES THE PRICE! .. '
When the liver klrineya bowel become ,
will take is not :
" Inactive the gyitem fall to throw Lower group, left to right-Miss Lena Maddox, ":1.. Ollle Fall a., T. appeal now or "'; ,. l
off the poison. and .Iowl,., day, by d''. E. Lents, MI. Llllla Bennett and Mlaa Maggla Slmpklna. just what the result will be cannotbe
we are wakening our hod lei. til) breakdown ;
forecasted but it is certain that if
cnme Hometlmea I It takes tne .
form of the above cane. Drew canae tbrrna When they start passing out decorations see any reason why others shouldn't the are 'to survive the rlua
to carry off these toilni and and citations for distinguished save too. newspapers ill'

waste the**,polaona.matter and. keep the system free t*of service In peace, watch for some of The girls and operatives In the big present squeeze drastic action on the

Disco la rid by aJl druniatt. md Is his** the honors being bestowed upon these Hillside cotton mill at LaGrange Qa. part of the government will be necessary

tenan lo tale city of twp! detachments of Uncle Sam's Thrift The men JM overseers and second- and this action will be needed ''.,.

CENTRAL DRUGSTORE army. They're tbe champion Thrift hands In the same mill. So, to get quickly. :

a Club organizers of th. Southeastern everybody in the mill in the habit of I| To avoid immediate disaster advert'sing -
cotton mllle. saving, they formed two teams of girls
rates are being pushed i.
I While the war was on they learned ,. with tbe men as leaders. Then the up-
AsH YaurDealer!. to save and put their money In Thrift tun started. Rivalry In getting members I ward and it is probable that sub ';

and Savings Stamp. Afterwards in the Thrift Clubs was keea scription rates will also receive an-

lii Re/Iggto/y i they fpuad rut that thrift was a p etty In three weeks they had every employs ''other boost, and what is being done / Je'

good thing to help beat tbe high coat In the mill.-600 of 'em-enrolled by the big papers will have to be

Grand PrizeMatoil of living and make It possible to save and buying Thrift and Savings done by the smaller dail" and week- r1ST
for the thing they just couldn't buy Stamp regularly The weekly salesof ,
all the nation.
ly publications over
I firearms Ammunition I If they bad to pay all at once out ofa stamps In the mill Is more than
The publishers have no choice in the
Write for CatalogueTMC week's wages. And, they couldn't $1,000 and growing every pay-day. I 3Q
t_ matter if they are to continue publication -
KMMaTON ASMS uM MC 1 - - - - - - - - - - | and the sooner they realize 3r t

W1'' f HIGH PRICE OF PRINT PAPERA this to avoiding fact the bankruptcy.nearer they will come U 1:,:

MENACE TO PUBLISHERS''1 The paper baron is in the saddle,

he has no mercy, and the newspapersof <

-- America are to be his victims. The
O. F. KRIBBS A. AlfERMAN Prom the PuMlsh.Ts Auxiliary ) li
tion to the price at which they have
W. :J. STEED I one and only immediate hope for the
New York.-Thirteen pound told their customer. In fact, the sit .
lies in higher advertising
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED f, 0, b. mills, was asked for print uation has become serious that, publisher
ija: price.
rates and higher subscription
Attorney and CouMaelor ait Law.KUalaamr _
, *. Florida. paper here during the week. The jobbers are afraid to accept orders,

\ price was for carload lots, and was and it is rumored that a number of MONTHLY HONOR ROLL OF'
G* *ral practice I..11 Stale and Vailtr4State the
work the
? made to one of the largest purchasers them withdraw from the print campaign has
of sheet print paper in the'country. paper market entirely.It the next five years. r

'. W. B. CRAWFORD The mill refused to make a is openly charged here that the I First Grade. But the Americanization and evangelization

..t ATTORNEYATLAWOffices price of anything less than thirteen manufacturers and brokers are operating India Lesley, Lucile Minx, Leslie of tbe foreigners Is not con- i

: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens cents.Chicago.It. together; that the mills are Joiner, Helen Keen, Dorothy Zcigler, fined to Mexicans. This work Is carried "

; Bank Building. I' is-- : reportedhere selling almost exclusively through Frances Young Edna Barclay, Elizabeth on also among the newly-arrived! 3

reliably brokers and that the brokers are Bronson, Mathew Davis Cecil immigrants at the various Southern ,
l Klssirnmee, : : : : Florida that one of the largest dailies merely ;the representatives of the Bass, Roscoe Bass, Ira Thomas, ports; among those of foreign birth In i
of the city has made an offer of ten tbe mining districts Alabama
Musto Bronson Isaac Newton, Billie SYSTEM IS RECOMMENDED FOR of Oklahoma
mill In this the tre-
DR. R. J. DENNING cents a pound for 1,000 tons of roll owners. way PREVENTION OF RADICALISM and Illinois and among other <
Bell, Allen Davis Woodrow Duggar, <
DENTIST. print and has not found a mill that mendous profits that are being made groups of people of foreign birth In M,
reflected on''the books the Frederick Gilbert, Hubert Keen. IN THE SOUTH. ..
are not Florida, Louisiana, Texas Maryland\ G'
J2 Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. will take order. The Chicago papers .
mills find their Loyd McCullough George Thompson, and Virginia. Some of the .
omit'a even though they state organisations *
, Over the Postofflce. are being forced to large
Charlie Vernon Edgar Woodall ;Jas.
? ;
way into the pockets' of the mill ow-, carry on work of their ownamong
OFFICE. ) HOURS: Ito 11:30.: 1:10 to. 5.. amount of advertising from every Issue nets, 'Waller, Freddie Mae Bass, Elizabeth AMERICANIZE FOREIGNERS these people, while in 'many'

.I ,I'' ' Office Phone 158.. because of the 'shortage of print < These paper brokers must not in Bass Burnice BryantLucile Harrison 1 places the program is carrledbut cooperatively Jrcq,

P P rWashington.- Mary 'Ellen Overstreet, Thelma between the state mission
be confused with
any way paper boards and the Home'Mission .
( ; Smith Elizabeth Smith; Mattie Bell and Ideals of Board.In
'Teaching Them English "
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Complaints of inability bers. The brokers do not carry a many Instances large worK
a Is
Ruth Yates Bessie
e to secure print paper are pour- stock of paper; they have no investment Tyner, Quirk United States and Christianity Is done by the latter agency alone.

ing into government offices here. I{. in merchandise; in fact the Pick Waring, Clyde Royall, Clyde Part of Program of 75 Mil Believing that both Americanization rand

Waring Building.SELLS newspapers are reporting prices of great majority of the paper they sell Lanier, Billy Partin, ThomasLanier, lion Campaign. evangelization can be accomplished .

eight, nine and as high as twelve is not manufactured' when the sale is Robert Holcombe Justice Galigher, most effectively by first reaching the i
Manuel Galigher, Swanson Clemons, children, Btpt'st' agencies have established tl
t cents being asked for print paper, made. Publishers have claimed that Southern Baptists have no sympathyfor
James Byrd, Clay Whaley Eugene schools' where the English language .
and when orders are placed at these with which they have in the past the I. W. W's., Bolshevists and p
Simmons, Mary Barclay, Vivian is taught, along with American 4
prices it is possible to secure only with direct nOw turn down their Smith Winnie Tyson, Margaret bomb throwers and while radicals of and ''Christian Ideals Such schools',

G CIIIISOJI FORMERh very small quantities, not nearly orders, and that the only way they Whidden, Agnes Vernon, Dickie Mil- tbat type are not numerous In this sea sire already being conducted with great 41
: enough to meet their needs. secure paper is by dealing success the Italian and
3 Ican ler, Eula Simmons. tioa. ft the Country ..s yet it Is the among Cuban r
I I Omaha.-One of the largest wholesale through these brokers though in the Second Grade. hope of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign children at Tampa, Fla.. tor French-
dealers of the end the is manufactured and speaking children at Church Point #
paper country re- paper I to make the spread of such destructive "
Matilda Deitz, Louise Muller Lola
1 ports shipped by the same mills that have La., for Mexican children at El Paso,
: print paper prices going upward prop.eand" here impossible
i Peaks Bessie Johnson, Lucile Gilbert and other Texas points while commun
( every day, with a raise in one declined to accept their orders direct.It Delia Fleming, Dixie Thomas, by so pervading with the gospel all its center work Is carried on- extansively .,

Fire, Life, Accident and week of more than $I. hundred. is said. that in some cases orders Joy Makinson, Hazel Miller, Henry centers where radicalism might expectto at,many of these points and at
Many mills are ,refusing! to accept for paper will pass through as many towns and
[Bronson Oliver Carson Johnnie obtain a foothold as to make It Impossible numerous mining centers

., Health Plate Glass Liability orders at any price, and a forced sus- as seven different, brokers before the Driggers, Haley Duke, Oswald Falls for the professional agitatorsto where people of foreign birth make up -
\ :!pension of many papers are looked orders reach the mills, each broke**TLon a large percentage cf the population '
Tyson, Russell Swain, Billie receive, a sympathetic hearing. In
.... and Boiler Insurance. ''for as there is no prospect of any making a margin of profit. It isKNSWER the social work of this character being
Smith Albert.
. Rogers. is the of the
other word*, it hope campaign '
relief in the immediate future. .. conducted by Baptist women., ,
Legal Bonds Executed Third Grade. to so extend the work of Amer- Large result are expected to follow 'p''

ti I New York.-The price of print THE ALARM Louise McLean, Lena Bronson, Icanislng and Christianising the foreigners the work of the Baptist Bible Institute
\ Same Day Needed. Doris Goodman, ,Margaret Yates living within theterritory. of at Mew Orleans where instruction la
is soaring skyward, with the lira ,
" lit per Henry Bratton, LeVerte Bass, Pael I tbe Southern Baptst Convention that given In English' ,'.no.... Italian .aa4 '
nowhere in sight and newspaper Kissimmee People Should Not Delay.
I Yowell, Ralph Lorenz, Bruce Den- Spanish. All foreign-speaking people
will measure to the highest
circuni- they up
OFFICE: Slats Bill Boil.iig publisher forced If your kidneys are inflamed, /m.n. Albert Cringer Robert Mc- are required to :take some English 1
stances to bid for every pound of Don't stand around and do noth- ,Laughlin Peter Makinson Dorothy standards of patriotism and religion. work'&nd the Bible Is taught la certain
(f' that be secured. There are 4pOO,000 persons of foreign to
print paper can practical subjects them la their own
ing.Like Alma Shuman Eunice Bash
Royal, ,
fire it will be beyond birth and .:hlldrea of foreigners
There is undoubtedly a shortage in a soon languages, thus facilitating their grasp ;+
;- production in to the demand control. [ Tom Ball, Agnes Ordas. living within the territory of the Southern of It. Practical Christian activities A
proportion You will get the alarm in time- Fourth Grad. Baptist Convention, and while considerable also required of all the students some,

but it is charged that the manufacturers Backache, or dizziness or disorders Owen Simmons, Stanley Chapman, work has been done Already !. of whom are training for.foreign mission
have taken advantage of of the urine. Ruth Straub Marion the line of teaching Americanism service
Singletary, along work and others for among
Buy and Sell the situation to boost the prices just' Heed the warning. and the Christian religion to these
._ I Give "kidneys a rest by living Cassin Partin Hardin Byrd, Get- tbd peoples of foreign birth In this
as .high as the publishers will pay, more carefully your jtice Tyner Nonan Graham, Charles_ people, this work will be greatly enlarged coantry._ P.trSotisdl and high Ideals ofChrlstlai t
land regardless of what price is nee- Use Doan's Kidney Pills to help Tyson Hanargar Wright, Geneva aa a result"of. thI.'Campatp--: -civilization'are given, empha. '-4

tI. essary -to provide for a reasonable,or stamp out the cause. Bowen Virginia Harris, Eugene 'Oliver .In the Southwestern states there sis throughout the Institution and It it '
Old Hats even liberal profit. Profit by a Kissimmee woman's Ella Medora ... 1,000,000 Mexicans, COO.OOO livingin the belief of those familiar with its \0
Quirk, Byrd.
experience.Mrs. Texas 100,000 In New.Mexico, 73.000In
-T- Without evidence of work that ,It will prove a potent factorIn
I any reason J. L. Beaman. 208 Lake $t., I Fifth Grade. Louisiana and a' large nvmber In the Americanlsation and Christian
pulp prices went from $26.00 to the statement February I Dorothea White, Elon Tvner Vida -
gave following Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. Because Isatlon of the peoples of foreign birth
@ $40.00 a ton at one jump.; and the 22, 1911: "f have used Doan's Simmons Rubby Driggers, _phine of the growing! importance of In this country. .
Kidney Pills and found them to be I
r print paper went up proportionately Tucker Alvin McCranie Dorothy
beneficial and I had (
very helpful.
then some. But paper did not Bullock Mamie Lee Johns.
of aU kinds. Also buy and sell kidney trouble which caused me a th Grade. Grade.
stop with that jump. New record lot Sixth Grade. -. .,...._. _S T!" Twelfth
of and after using id
\>,t |prices are being; made every day and Doan's annoyance as directed, they brought me Catherine Denning,. Katherine Moseley, Eugenia Ak- Ethel Johnson Ruth Campbell.

#" old Coats and Pants, to sell at a almost every hour, and the manufacturers great relief. I feel justified in recommending -- erman, Eunice Rivers, Rebekah Miller Edith Miller

this remedy is a medi- ,' Eleanor Rosen.
and brokers are reaping tremendous
? reasonable price. Also Cleaningand cine of merit. Eighth Grade. LIST OF JURORS. ;
l profits. The paper jobbers On March 26, 1918 Mrs. Beaman ,
Janet Graves Mae Winn Madge
. lara helpless In' the face of conditions, said: "Since Doan's Kidney Pills List of Jurors to serve at the December ,,. ,,
of kinds '
Dyeing done. Rivers Elisabeth G. Moseley Kath-
and the great majority of them are cured me some years ago of kidney tern of county, court, which ,

actually selling print at a 10... The complaint I haven't noticed a returnof 0N erine Miller Alberta Branson. convenes December-8,- >!.'_ a. f olio
the trouble. health is fine '
r Ninth Grade.
I 0. T. IMPKINS jobbers are accepting such orders as now and I am glad to recommendthis h wsj
are necessary to keep regular customers remtedy. Lewis Campbell F. S. Ledbetter C. S. Partin C. L..,Heath, J. I- ;,

supplied and when they at- Price 60c, at all dealers Don't dyBUY oAAI. Arthur Simpson, Gladys Griffin. Cummings, M.. E. Croxton J". M. at

One 'Block From Depot. tempt to -get the paper with whichto simply! ask :* r: a kidney remedy-gt Eleventh Grade. Sharp J. H. Smith; J. E, Barber, JT.

t' :.. ... I fill l these orders they,find the manufacturers' I Mrs.Deans Beaman.Kidney had.Pills-the Foster-Milburn sacie thit Emory Akerntin, Dorothy Den T. Bass, F. M. Blake S. D. Bailey.,

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lIt I were only 10 per cent perfect it mee team and their chaperons at a from city limits, bIg fine house, but 'I I and Stockman published at Jacksonville room house bpd Jkltchen. Also SO .
; KISSIMMEE ALtEr GAZETTE barn In community fenced Into several Tells about livestock raising head of cattle -ariir a good' bunch of ,
i would] still be a step in the right di weenie roast at Barbeau's Island] A fields 6 u"oi'd east front, hoKS dairying poultry, citrus fruit rang hogs loose op the range. ?,
rection." And that is the view of all substantial supper, then ntarshmal-] chickens for $1600PRETTY ,.'h furniture all i and trucking weekly, at tl.00 per Farming tools and Implements Located -
Price .600.
year-three years for IIOO Only near KenansVllle. .1
i' By Ktoalsss P.hll.kea Every Uaarttc FridayValley C._say broad-visioned Americans. Editor lows roasted over the coals of a big HOME, east, front, beautiful livestock and general farming paperIn half cash balance term. to suit B.,
shade, big house, view of kenansvllle. St-tf
the state. Write today. H. Ouy. Fla. ,
Nled Flerisa. ;
ree bon fire attractions of the
) ; and Publisher. were ev- lake and city, nice bearing grove

: "'. R. Harris. ......I..t ening. just the place for fine country FOR SALE-Seven roomed bungalow WANTED-FURNISHED HOMES.
home, .
.:. .K. G..Vmmm. .Agaew.. SecretaryYe4s It And Christmas not four weeks The Kissimmee girls] are showingmore let yet u.have show city you. advantagesCome shrubs large ground.Apply, 901 with Mabbett trees 8t,and or APARTMENTS OR ROOMS. SEE
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YQRK widow own. three piecesof Brlggs' Photo Studio H. W. ANDERSON .
I' away. enthusiasm this year than ordinary property close to town wants to .
.becrlBtleai Ratesi ESTATE AND RENTALS.UNCLE ..'
On. cop)' One Year__ _' ______$100 I and are working hard under sell, we want to give you a bargainIn FOR SALIC-Eighty acres; IS acrescleared .
One Copy Six Months_____... 1.00 Notwithstanding efforts the the direction of Miss Prof. these, properties Well and under fence: I acre. In FOR 8ALE-On. horse two rowel': onheifer. ,
_____ __ Hough. easy terms Full Information R. F. D. No. d
One Copy. Three Months ? .60 is unrelieved and the bearing 41.000 worth H. Barrlere I.u.
ro InterestedVK
coal I II
shortage any one antf.bO.J
Fillers\ is giving this feature of the ARE! headquarters for bargain.Come ., of cypress tract: four-
All communications except from our is the of u.'j
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see we will fit out.
; authorised correspondents must be 'I school some attention also and it is us you T '
I'' .I iKiK-d by the writer. i having the train service cut off on I NKL.HO'V REALTY ('OMI'ANV.
probable that a number of interest- Over state B..... Y
- Rejected matter will not be returned account. While bad it is, the
I ,this as
.nl... called< for. ing games will be played before the
; i I condition is nothing like the calam- WANTED-To fret In touch with parties -
I, I Entered In the'Po.torn't..t Klaalm- season closes. desiring Ilichter-wood In Arena .
\ _n.e. Florida a. second-class matter) ity it would have been a few years of 12 Inch lenKth Prefer to sell In

before trucks and cars were so gen- FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH. lots. five strans or more 50-tf. JL : \ art
f 1 I used. '
,1 ': I erally Sunday School], 9:45: a. m. J. C LOST-\\'111 the person whofound an .

;, vrrleeRgsTArf.PR Farmer Supt.Preaching Overland Crank on Vine nereet west
J Did you know that a number of of Bermuda axfiiurt' on ThanksKlvIIIK. -
at 11 a. m. by the PAS- please leave the same al this
7 desirable families left Kissimmeelast tilflce. or room No. 11, State Bank
tor. Subject, -Reaching a Climax.
week because 'of the lack of a BulldlnK Bo-tf, $ -
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Preaching at 7.30:: p. m. Subject, I "
I job for the head of the family? The LUST-Une month ago one black and xtIA
"The Ascension of Christ. white .shoal marked crop and sta-
crying need of this city just now is
The Member Canvas for the 1 blefork In each torelKht about
manufacturing with a Every 60 ll>s. Suitable reward offered for
concerns ,
Baptist 75 Million campaign will be return. II K Smith. 11 Broad wa\,
weekly] payroll where such men ?02tpcl'FOR .
Sgh .made in the afternoon and the mem-
could find until they be-
employment '
SAI..K On baby crib for small
to remain at
jbers are requested I a.tdsg p
come satisfactorily located here. baby Apply Valley Oasette 49.2t.
ll.cme till the canvassing committees 1"fl'1 W&tl
4 'have seen them. WANTED- AVE YOU ANYTHING J {.

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Osceola county, the hunter's and handc'l l MONDAY BRIDGE" CLUB SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our splendid
banket ball team
The girls
fisher's paradise. I LOI'IT-l'Ilri.- of gold bead n..waH'If

out a surprise to the visiting team Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck was hostessto -returned- to Mr. E LLesley. 47t- for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits are .

6''' A brush and broom factory is Saturday when they held the score FOR 8A LID-Cabbage plats, 12,BO per
: knocking at Kissimmee's gates and to 15 to 14 in favor of Sanford. This the Monday afternoon Bridge club Fla.thousand A. L. King Klsslmme. 46-tf, the result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large 'i 4
01 her home in North Kmsi-nmee, entertaining "
should! be given a warm welcome. i;was a return game, the first of the and constantly growing list of out-of-town depositors.
; the member if that or- DWELLINGS for rent Apply to M
series resulting in a higher score Tiller
'I canization this week. 'l1 !' prize: for .
c Hunting parties wended their way favoring Sanford which team by
FOR SALE!-Onset single" harness
back to Kissimmee this week bring ,the way, has been conceded the state th-j high score was a ]lovely' luncheonset and good pnaeton. Will" sell. or WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN
decorated oil cloth. ,
of hand trade. M. D. Alexander. 45-tf.
: ing1 varied reports of the quantity oft championship for,the past two years: I .

!jt( game found but unanimous In' having !,j ,In the first few minutes o( the At the close, of the game 'Airs FOR SALE*-Second-hand* Ford oars ,. USE THE MAILS : 1 L .
: Voodbe:!, served delicious) fruit salad ]' at attractive prices Osceola Motor '. ,.-,. ; ,1 ,.
a fine time. 'I/[Saturday game it became evident I Co., SOT Broadway. "Wi} '
and with Band '
whipped,cream; '
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under the ''-
the Kissimmee {
(that team
wiches, individual] pumpkin pies and FARMERS--Send today for a free !> you will drop ns a line we will gladly tell you"
j That ghastly trick that was ,
; was a direction of their coach Miss Iona sample copy of the Florida FarmerThe

? played] on Vice President) Marshall]) Hough, had made a startling im cocoa. The table was centered wit more about it, and incidentally a few good ,

Saturday night and it effectually 'provement in the past week and the Floridlmost gorgeous flowc \

'put a atop to his mesage. Who ever first score of< the afternoon was poinsettia, and was daintily laid. reasons why yon should use this bank. ;

perpetuated it should be ferrited out 1 1I theirs. Sanford came back briskly Two tables of) players were present People's Favorite i
] to enjoy the event I
and punished to the limit.
,I .a and netted several] goals, though at
the close! of the first half the total

Herbert Hoover" says a' "commonbridge stood only seven to five in favor of 1920 AUTO TAGS NOW i
P mutt be found. between employer the visitors. STATE BANK OF

] and employee"] and as usual
f The outstanding feature of ihe READY
.; what be says is true. The great difficulty

t { ] seems to be to establish that game was the excellent team* wprk 1 )
of Kissimmee. It broke Santo d's FajjutMaa
h. ., Bridge. Like all good. advice it I.T is For the convenience of the public q38c .: I'of'of
r formations and was surprisingly KISSIMMEE
T( difficult to'follow. applications for registrations of mo-
1 cessful in getting possession of theball. tor vehicles for the.year 1920 MAY

,. We have heard of "honor. among In the early part of the second BE FILED NOWrif acompanied by _

q ,thieves bat here Wyoming half Kissimmee tied the score remittance. Tags will]) be sent out RESOURCES 750000.00. Capital $100,000.00 I
comes a '
about the middle of December in I
and kept it so till the last half min
:bandit,,;.who ,adds patriotism to his time for the new year.

V "., ,-irtu.... III.a" ,,train robbery Chey ute of the game, when Sanford net Please see that; all (questions are Officers and Directors: t :.

ip ferine,;)last-week, ,a//bandit forced all\l ted a goal and won by that margin. answered and your name and address
C A. President M. KATZ and E. L.
; The visitors executed pretty ,
k; g passenger ,except old men, women some i is printed or written plainly to "

>t r children: soldiers-and:.sailors to contribute plays] the work of their forwards be- avoid errors. The law requires you Better than Butter, and Always J. JEFFORDS, Cashier 4 "

?'r' to his pile. ing exceptionally good. to Notary execute Public the or application some officer before using a 'Fresh At N.'B.: CARSON\ M. KATZ ,

This was conceded by Spectators a seat. ;i fTaylor's C.: A. CARSON, H. FLEMING,
And now'Attorney General Swearfcen I to be one of j4ie prettiest games ever Blank maybe secured from Banks,
'says the four"cities',plan' for ,the played on the local court and the Justices of the Peaae. Notaries Public I Grocery
and County Officers, the Comptroller. ..
h' or JT. WADE TUCKER Directors. .
,S, ? ,centennial,,isjllegml, and that it must Osceola team was highly commended ;

4 s ,be held,in one city The idea. wasnt "for ,their work against so formidable ERNEST AMOS tf.
sy :r meeting- 'general approval anyway, ] ,n opponent. State 'Comptroller. 60-4t. ...

.In'fact,there is ''only one city in Florida 3 .Mies Hough their coach, I is using

4 that seems very keen about' having a "new system in choosing a team Classified AdvertisementsFINE I )00..0000..00..0.0..0.000000.0000 A

? ;the show, and that city would from among her players,.for the six 4 > f

,likely 'make"'a splendid success of It. who are to go in for the first half ) little T containing '- '

are not named until shortly before Silt Acr*., 1c'brermh acre Is (

C ,William. Allen White, newspaper thegame is called they then electa ] good fenced flv hog* room tight bou, and", In well cultivation, and tm- '

r, ,.maD', Dd i sage, told a Kansas City captain for the afternoon. The bias food sheds muck, eta soil Borne rich of this-and!I.productive ,extra ' MONEY SAVED
t4. ; ',' audience tbe"o'ther day why the other basket ball players who are part of It duet plowed. This > .

i 'President"i. UL In his view the; qualified to ,play may be put in at city place limits Is less, ,fronts than over 700 from feet ton I \,

;; presidency .la 'now too' great a: burp. the beginning of the second haif if the Dixie valuabl.Highway place making, for suburban: this avery l .& H

wl den' for even a Superhuman to carry; it seems advisable.] i home for poultry and fannlna This :
i result I. cheap at HlOO, ,on faVorable .
wind M, of Woodrow Wilson's place
The' lineup for the Saturday grim! terms of payment.
r {passionate consecration to the big was as follows: Sanford-Centers, .0 ACRES Improved acres bearing; ISMONEY '
trrove. about S milefrom Klselmrae -
,. tasks- Urging themselves upon mankind Ruth.CHlon JEster-MHler Forwards" .. only SKOO. Full particular
ii in this new day he is halted' by Anna to Interested parties. Terms of bay-
Mason Ruth Spencer;' Guards ment.
broken nerves and a pain-wracked] Ester Henry Rose Gallagher. ] 11 ACRES: Just outside! city, limits,
quarter mile all fenced. 7 acre. In "
body: Describing the President's unprecedented Kissimmee: Center!-Louise Hess, cultivation C acre pasture, small
it 34x' achievements at Paris Elizabeth house and well, sea location cheapat MADE"
Ledbetter; Forwards Alpha $ &o Babyterm.
}t ;' 1>lr. White lays "He had to go alone] Westfall,' Ruby Oliver; Guards, SIX ROOM cottage, modern on Dlxi.Highway "
smsids the play of great force."' a prrfty Street In town ,
Of Jo Maklnson, EmilySanderson.Dorothy only $5040. Terms'K desired, pretty t '
; the big Issue of the view of lake. '
( hour the Kansas '-
Wells on as a .
was put
SPLENDID' COTTAOB f.rnlsb.d.good
' '!writer offer this classic -analysis] : center for the first half and Lois furnitureclose In on-- the brick, '. '.. -:--
Th. .Lague of Nationscovenant I modern; small cask )payment. balance :
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y ; Overstreet Freda SchweilUrt and like -
paying rest; S per '
Xonly 79 per cent perfect; sometimes I Thelma Sutton were qualified to Int. on balance. .'- Own. yeur" *, home; See Stanford Before You ; \ 4 4e
p" ,J think it Is much' less than that, but1t' play. Elizabeth Ledbetterv chosen FINK CHICKEN farm. just'.7tatslde Buy : '
is city limits, horse, cow. chickens
. ,the. big thing of the peace con- captain. farming uten.llet household' ,goods, ,

$ reneethe, ,most significant thing After the game=the .visit ing team, all goes cbeap., Tout aeal direct ,
with the own.r"ltut'of for
>west of the
Ganges since
the cruel- ,
t with r"hcv."accompanied. them selling. I acre. and two lots ex- .
: '' ,jtzion.and It Ai all WHson's ;work. IfS here the pelta"of the Kiuimb tra.' '
were itrosa'road
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1 I' Mari PJfkiorc in "Th Hoodlum" I Goo.. 'W.llh'/WJll/ 'cone 'to the' Ca.

"IITEMS< OF A WEEK I tonight. : .' Casino Theatre sine Friday In "Putti,g One Over." ,THE: BIGGEST':SCREAM EVER 'OFFERED " i

: T. M. Lybasi, one of B.rto\vl'eat- Week of December 1st Joseph Thurman: arrived this week ; '

tIe kings-was a business 'visitor from his home in Germantown Pa., MUTT and JEFF'SDREAM : ,
., Prof. FUlers/1 driving handsome Sunday. - and is busy'greeting old friends. '

six cylinder'' Moon 'car' ., which M .recently :.J, H., Balsden came up frort Ka-! Alice. Brady In MONDAY Mr, and Mrs. Jno. L. Beaman left

purchased. j I ansville .the, first of the week to, look "RED HEAD Select. Wednesday in their car for Brooks-
.I, For 'Sale Ferris attain White Leg-' ville to
after business. atb EpIsode _spend Thanksgiving-with rel

7 born hatching eggs'and dry old 'chix.A. .{I[ Mrs. W. J.' S. Carr, of'-Coronado "PERILS Or TUESDAY THUNDER MOUNTAIN" atives. ,> '

E.. Thomas Tel., 215-8 ring 46-tf Beach 'is' the guest at the i home'of' Vivian" Martin In Rev. C.., M. Dunaway, the evangelist The Laugh Show r

, .: \ There, will,be preaching:' service at Mr.. and Mrs., S.' H. Bullock.,, !JAMB' GOES WOOING.ParamountStar has 'announced that; ,he will !

.the Shingle Creek M.; E. ";Church onj I You are invited .to attend tha"' Y Coificdy."PLA TINO'PENNY 'ANTE" "Burn the Sawgrass" at,' the Methodist of the Age
J''. next Sunday'' afternoon' at 'the regular 'P. S. C: E.. meeting at the ,Christian ''WF.ONr..n. : chul'5l
hour for service, 8 o'clock/ Church next Sunday evening at,;6:45. MUTT A Gus& Hill JEFF'S ROAD DREAM ATTRACTION.; ,_. Miss-'Martha Bell' Harris came up' ,Positively fv l'UJ'g New

Walter C. Bass, jr., cam e\.do-wn to I 1]| The ladies of the Woodmen Circle Seat on tale. at Central Drug Store. from Winter Haven to spend Thanksgiving -
$1.00 and II CO. Door at 7:16.
'. open
eat Thanksgiving dinner at home, served refreshments of cakes, and Ice Curtain at 8.1(1,1THURSDAY ,with the home folks, returning -
: arriving here Thursday morning. Mir. cream at the close of their meeting Thursday afternoon. ..
Alice '
Ball hi studying agriculture' at the last'afternoon: "THE Joye.In WINCHESTER WOMAN. ;" Assistant Postmaster ;Lane Paulk __ -AND- "I--.1 ""< c

_, Florida University at Gainesville. j| For Rent. Light housekeeping I Loyd ,Comedy In Yttagraph"GIVINO states that the sale of War Saving A REAL BEAUTY: SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS '

Among the hunting parties returning rooms, complete. Central location.. THE BRIDEAWAY.") ." Stamps at the local, postoffice for ., ,

this ,week and reporting a fine Telephone 142, Mrs. W. H. Farmer..,I George. "WaUch FRIDAY In"PUTTING the week amounts to $(,000. Prices Trent 12 Row- $1.50; Back 12 Rowe, $1.00

time and very good luck; was one 44-tf. ONE OVEH" i Fox.: Wanted-Pine timber, 30 inches Balcosy-CLildre.; SOc; AdulU,''J1..0 '.'

laving for its member. Supt. 'C. E. :;': Christy Special Comedy, long, to 30 feet long; will pay a good
Miss Frances Kritz is still quite i
\"Yowell Messrs. Cooper, Dayton andI"Bronson. "HE MARRIED HIS WIFE." for LUMBER on Sale at Central Drag Storm
price good lumber. DIXIE;: :
ill at a hospital ,in Orlando. She was lOc, -1 lie, Z&c. %. .
operated on for appendicitis but does i SATURDAY. AND VENEER CO., TAFT,i i'I k"s
The Central Store has Fred.Btone InJNDER 'FLA. -- ,
Drug just 50-4t-pd.
not recover as rapidly as was hoped. 1 "} THE TOP." Circus. Story. .' '
completed 'renovating its store room .Art ral I'I Mrs: Tom Warren of visited
I i J. B. Mills of Winter Haven,spentThursday Ham & Budd Comedy JH.
.. by retintfng the interior and redecorating in ;Kissimmee visiting his' "HAM'S STRATEGY." her sister, Mrs. C. Wv. Griffin, this

the exterior. The store is very little granddaughter arrived at ,week, returning home, Wednesday, , ;
1 attractive in its new tints which i i Rodney Snyder has purchased the.'acompanied by her mother, Mrs.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Story ]i
were chosen to carryout an harmonious residence at 1013 Emmett 'street Heidt.
this week. I II
s scheme. I I T. Leitner who has been from Mrs. Cora Clark, and moved I I'|I !The; Otis Stevens' home on.Brack '. '
Mrs. G. ; '
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sparling and his family to that plaice Tuesday. sold ..
street was by Howard Anderson -
: }
spending some time in Bartow and ANNOUNCEMENT : ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Alford, spent Arcadia, came home this week; for Jack Sparling1 and John Beaman' Tuesday to G. F, Brooks, who ,
', Thanksgiving Day hunting! and fishing hereon spent Thursday and Friday of last recently moved his family here from I II
i<< Thanksgiving, accompanied by
I on the lakes and canals south of 'week hunting, returning with two Georgia. ,
G. T. Leitner of Arcadia. I
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Kissimmee. in and small t
They made the trip turkey., a deer some I I Mr. Russell an old-time friend of
Mr. launch and had Mayor W. J. Steed Roy Starbird, ''
( Sparling's splen- I game. the S. H. Bullock family, has arrivedfor The Dining Room of the Graystone Motel_ ;.
others celebrated
and open season I \0
did sport catching fish and' shooting I.I Subjects for sermons at Christian an extendid visit. Mr; Russell '

quail and duck. by early I'Olnato this the week woods.and reported They returned find-- ',Church next Sunday: 11 a. m.; "WhyBe
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Price, of ,a Disciple of Christ?" 7:30 p. Sea Islands December .

" Miami, who are visiting in Klsslm- ''ing plenty of birds. a'i'"Im., "A Midnight Conversion." Ev- I Larry L. Pope, of Loughman, spent Public on Monday, ', 1 67 sL. t6 ,.. :r t

mee this week, motored to Jacksonville Make your Christmas greetings :erybody welcome. Thanksgiving: in Kissimmee. Larry Cusine: under supervisionof3rirst'':Class'' '\ .: .'. ; ; '
Your will ,
personal! one. photograph
a here
for trip, returning
a I H. W. Wood, an experienced drug- has a large number of friends here
for dinner. Mrs. Louisa add individuality to your message, I Chef. I ;
Thanksgiving of Birmingham, Ala.arr.ved, in smiling ;Y.
gist who are always glad to see his -
Bryan and Miss Anne Bryan thoughtfulness and good will. Get I. Kissimmee this week to accept a countenance. l ....,.,.,.. ". ,,, ', ,.
Carson, who were in Jacksonville on them at Wilder's Studio. 50-2t. I I ("'
for the
I position as prescription clerk C. Moore of New York, w '
'' Raymond BEN BAIRD Proprietor :
business, accompanied them home. William Galligher and wife arived Central Drug Store. ,t
few the
is spending a days at Gray-
Mr. and Mrs. Price expect to return this week from Dayton, Pa., to spend I .
I Gus Muynnsaly, E. M. Carbon andA. stone hotel. lie is considering Borne .'-,
T to Miami Saturday. the winter in their pleasant cottagein I j",
G. Resell, were a party of sightseers investments here and may decide to ''1..
; South Kissimmee. Mrs. Galligh- : .
Congressman W. J. Sears attended from Chicago, who spent Sunday spend the winter.J. t
Sherman accompanied ..J
er's sister, Miss -
e the State Fair nt Jacksonville last I I as guests at the Graystone while I I ..
them here and will be their, M. Willson, jr., represented the
Monday. lie says the display of about the city.
f board of trade at a meeting held in
Florida products at the fair is highly guest. I Miss Frances Bay, who has be n''Jacksonville on Tuesday to considerthe *.>>> .'ooOOOt.. ,-t
G. A. Zellers and wife of Harris- ,
commendable, and is bound tot .
several pleasant
spending very organization: of a statewide development -- ------ 't
make a favorable impression on the burg, Pa., are prominent among the months with relatives and friends at association. Everybody Who is Anybody Adrertises Their "Wants" in The Valley Gazette ru" \=;

thousands of visitors now thronging winter visitors who are making the '',Gailesburg, Chicago and> other Illinois ___ ,___ __ __ .__ '. ,

the state. Mr. Sears states that the ,,acquaintance of Kissimmee this sea-I': cities returned home this week. MUTT AND JEFF IN NEW GUISE

livestock exhibits were specially son. They are pleasantly ,
Misses Maude Alice and Adah C. I After eight seasons of veritable
the cattle and apartments at the home of H. M. I
good, hogs, poultry '
enrolled students in triumph Gus Hill will back for
Wagner have as come
being arevelatlo nto him, who has Breaker. / RED CROSST'tt
I'I the Music Conservatory at. Winter a ninth season with his perennial
, spent his whole life in the state. | There will her an important meet- "
Park, and motor there every Saturday. success, "Mutt and Jeff, in an extra : -
of the St. John's Guild of the ,
r Dr. ,C. P. Shreve, arrived in the ing They are studying voice. new dress, entitled; "Mutt and
af- ( .
Church next Tuesday
city last night from Conde, South Episcopal :Mr. and Mrs. Alan MacDonough, Jeff's Dream," which will be a back- -
ternoon, Dec. 2nd, at three o'clock, I
Dakota where he has been the for Bud Fisher's inimitable
d living G. M. Shearouse and Prator Gilbert, ground
at the tea of Clyde ave-
past twelve years. Dr. Shreve will room, corner at Scrub ''characters, which easily assume the '
and Emmett street, with Mrs. spent! Monday fishing *'k
, be remembered by a number of Kis nue home in the even- 'credit fof the greatest and most durable
, of Slough, returning
'" Morrison as hostess. All ladies :SHOES
simmee people, having lived here for ing with COO perch and trout, as a success of the Cartoon Wjorld.
the Guild and of the church are urged -
some time with his family just prior result of the day's sport. The new production is an innovationembodying l+
I : to be present. I 4t
to moving to South Dakota. SinceIving about( all of the real .

] here his wife has died and his I Wee Miss Elizabeth Mae Story is :Miss Carrie Hoddan, of Des "meat" of standard 'amusement, the 1 ,
welcome arrival at the home of Mr. Moines, Iowa., and Rev. and Mrs. S.
small son, who\vas with them at that a I thrill of the melodrama; the side .

time, is now in the U. S. Navy. Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Story, reaching here I M.' Lathan, of Davenport, were splitting situations of farce comedy' FOR LADIES eNA NA

Shreve sold his business before coming via the stork' -route Monday morning.j guests at the Hart; Memorial Mon- land the harmonious art of musical I 4,." ., ,

i to Florida and expects to locate Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Story and J. B. day, between trains. 'co edy. '

: somewhere in the state, Mills and wife, of Winter' Haven,' Mrs. Howard Katz and two interesting I The story, music, costumes, lyrics :\ ,,>We' have ;just, "received a I large' > shipment; 'of''t. the't( famous, ),Real ; f". s

C.''H. Johnson who has been living grandparents .of the little lady, are sons 1'eturned 'Sunday from an' and scenic equipment, are absolutely ., Crosi I Shoes oj Call |,n "and 'see them. ,,; ,, ,, .'.''W'.;";>...J'I' >,1'1'; 'I'
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," vying with each other ..In paying extended visit with,.her. mother in ]new and the company Is one of the .,t, ,. ; "'.';JfJh; .,if!"[ I,
; at 1001, Palmetto, is moving his family homage to the new arrival.Mr. l. Rollrf( ', Mo. best ever offered.. All in all, :VMutt We alsp have a big, line of the welrlnown Liberty BellSchoolShoes. I.:
to St. Cloud, where he formerly ,, Y.
and Mrs. Marshall Price and land Jeff's Dream" will live Jfo the '. '
lived. Mr. Johnson will remain here Mrs. S. C. Stallings of Palatkawas up. .,
where* he will work at his trade for their interesting children arrived in I the.week-end guest of Mrs. Sue title of the one big hit of the show j ::1''.

their car last Saturday for a week's Watson at her home on Emmett St. world. c
some time, and is i compelled ID move I
from Lakeland because the house he visit at the C. A.Carson and Mrs. B. I|I Mrs.. Stallings- was\ returning from | "Mutt and Jeff" will be the attraction -

lived in' has been sold and he is unable B. Simpson homes. THey motored here ;'the: annual meeting of the Florida at the Casino Wednesday, December FRED S. GILBERT "
to find another. This is a condition from Miami in a day, coming by way Federation of Woman's clubs at 3rd. / ;

which several families have cf Melbourne. Mrs. Price is a sister Tampa, where she represented the I ----- -- --,. - __n u___ __ __ ._ ___ .
; faced, and they have been compelled of Mrs. C. A. Carson and Mrs. Simp- Palatka Woman's club, of which she ST. CECELIA MUSIC CLUB MET;, -- -- - - :: ".t:1
son. Is president. MONDAY. Get Your Job Printing From the'Valley'Gazette
:. to move from the city. Something ,, .
ought to be done to encourage build- I|I Judge G. F. Parker of Okeechobee Early last Monday morning when ---' I . '
&K City, accompanied by Mrs. Parker, The St. Cecelia Music Club which ",
and help Lakeland Grow. Why Young' Tindall was taking a party of .,

not start a building campaign- visited their daughter, Mrs. Fred men out to work in his truck, a col. (has been taking a vacation during f ', ,,'< Y. I' ,
Gilbert,. here for the week-end. They he summer, began its regular meet- '" '.
Lakeland Star.
ision occurred between the truck
1 spent some time with relatives in ngs Monday afternoon at the Hart Lassen's PERFECTION: Flour! f 4
and J. Wade Tucker'se car, the lattereing t
I I I Bartowand Winter Haven while en I > driven by Embry Lamartm. Memorial, and will continue its sessions ,< ? sty
How Glasses Preserve route here, and went on to Orlando on the second and fourth Mon 'sale "
: I Some of the men, in1 the truck Jumped We will place Lastem's Perfection ;ott ,Sataiday"1tx$1,8Oper'sack.; .
M. day afternoons of each month. ;"
Rev. A.
I for Chisholm a brief and stay:family. when they saw the collision coming The ,members of the club are pu ''lor introduction. If'you try U. yon,, trill serer. ,. ... anytUif ....., .Satisfaction
and received minor hurts and fill' 'It
: : .' '
One's Youthful'Appearance pile' in Miss Maud 'Alice Wagner's or money b- -. .t: .. .
I City attorney Lewis 0' ,Bryan returned bruises, which laid them up tempor- ; .4 : '-
,: .
music :cla.... Their: names are, .Evelyn -
home Saturday night after an arily, but ,no one was'seriously hurt. '
' .. absence of 'two weeks spent, in North! The Tucker car was badly wrecked, Paulk, Geneva Roberson' MaryICrits and- These ''Prices Ar&ForGash ((Strictly : '
JeanetteGriffin, Louise (
and South Carolina where he was i and' there was some Injury to the
Alice Barber, Martha and Lyda Hod-
j called on business. Mr. O'Bryan : truck. The collision was said to have nett, Bertha Whaley, end Zelma'Nel Mary Gold Oleo' better than ."'bars"Octagon Soap....*.. ,50
It is often urged that isayi II IIf ,, be' found the section which he' been caused dense '' which : : .
iby a fog
glasses will make the visited in condition -I driven son. butter try it ._*..-.___,- .42, 6,. banJ1&1, G., Soap......., ..80 .
I wearer 'look old, but, asa i that a very he prosperous made i prevented the, trilm'le ing The -lub will study theory and history Davis Baking Powder ,.IJll.::* 20 10'',bars'{Napth, Soap..,..... J50 II
and good
each other until too late to avoid the '
y, matter offactwe.rlna- i business connections' which will require of music at the meetings and Peaches, heavy syrup, No. 1 :.20 "11\;ban.Export-.8oap--: ;:.JrI
is of the bestpreservers crash. '
; glasses one of visits !to the Carolinas. short programs will .likely be given. Peaches, heavy syrup, No. 2 .39 11 pkgs.; Grandma's Washing -. "/
a I
J A appearance. ]li This evening the club is giving an ,Apricots, No.' 2 .--._-,_,, ,.24 \ Powderi.. .........., .60 i:

This is because The Kissimmee kiddies will be de- invitation recital at the Hart Me- Irish Potatoes, 15 fts.*..___' '.68 11';pkgs;, t Llghfr..House ,,;."C._... JiO { q

'. eyesight causes prolonged ; ,lighted with Santa Claus headquarters Christmas morial building; when parents and Alliance Coffee, lb can....__ .85 ,Honey BoyS.., ,Rising,24-lbs' 1.80'Lady.

wrinkles and "crow's- which has been established in friends are .to be ,guests.A Armours Coffee, lb caiu,,:::; .40 Clair, S.. lUsing. '24-tt.s 1.70' ti a

s- feet" to appear prematurely the Home Demonstration P Kitchen. White House Coffee, :eaD. .64 I Snap;:'Shot, SeU. ,,Rising..... 1.70

i\ ".' and gives the J j[The Dollar Limit Store is looklnv after DISTRICT 'CONVENTION. .Senate Coffee, lb_ 'can.,..... ...54Hndnuts _Oats;/>100 Ibs *, i.: .____::; 8.80

'1& tired countenance drawn cross strained look |, Old Santa's I interest 'in this room Is. Coming j Of the Christian churches In Orange Meal 5 lbs._...__. .25 'Shorty, 100-lb. ,-J_- :;::.-;;;;;:; ;:'..;,;-.8.80--
"+ .& which and is making: a fine display of holiday and the counties Hudnuts .
is far more to bej I' surrounding Grits, 6 Ibs__: ._. .25 DRUGS. 1

, "1 avoided from a point of ,goods. This will not Interfere will be held in Orlando next Wed- !2 cans' Pork & Beans, No.2._ 25 :Ammonia, tottle:( j.._.__..._ 3S .. t. ,

4; from view ,:Of appearance real fancied', than'with the regular work of the ladies Be Sure ancj, arrange ybur time nesday, Dec. 8. There will be two 2 cans French Mnstard;.=,.. .25 Turpentine per:bottle __,-.. .10 y

disfigurement any caused or who make use of the kitchen, as the that you can: spare a few sessions, one beginning at 2:30 and 8 cans No 2 String' Beans.. '.25 Camphor, per>bottle ......... >.25 A' "'
side of the ]
'. s lasses.. b"l(store is utilizing one moments to visit our Studio. the other at 7:30. pounds Navy Beans__...:. .25 Castorla; per bottle...__.-, .M ',

We use particular care building only. It will be a pleasure to show The leading; speakers ,will be: 1 pound Cowpeas _.._.-_!.- .10 Sulphur per pk&,,'-__...._iJ, ,9 I
in fitting glasses and in Judge Kribbs has believed for i you our Latest Styles :for Harry Schaefer, missionary to India Kerosene Oil, gallon ,..*_.__ .20 Epsom Salt, per' 'pkg-..... .05 I

the selection of mountings some time that there was good money -' ", ; Mrs., C. N. Downey, of Nashville :' Oat Meal, pkg. 13, 2 :for. .. ,.25 Vaseline, per bottle ,,__. ...- ,.05 q

most becoming individual to in growing hogs :for market in. Gift and HolidayPortraits. Tenn., C, W. B. M. worker; A. Macaroni, 8 packages ...... .25 Machine Oil per*; bottl....- .20 '

, 'R style each of person's beauty. this county, and the past summer, R. Moore, of Savannah, Ga.; and O. Spaghetti 8 packages.. _,, .25 Sweet' OH per bottle..-._ .14 a

when he had gathered his corn and after' A. Smith, of Jacksonville, corres. Lard per pound -...___..._ .80 'Carbolic .Acid,,per.: bottle:'_, .14

W. Sanderson. Co. found that he had a good many nubbins We feel assured that po.ndlnalecreta' of Florida. White Bacon, best, per; ID*:.: .80 Sweet' Spirits .Niter, bottle.. .14 'I "". a

suitable only for hog gave you have looked over our This will be a very fine programas ,.__ _____. \.25'1
feed Picnic Ham, per lb. ._..... 26 Chill Tonic 666 ? ,' \ .
Inc.Optometrists him an oportunity to make a practi latest offerings yon will be each speaker,rs a specialist in his ;i

; '& 'Mannf etaring -' demonstration," 'which -confirmed convinced-that-a sitting will be line._ The United. Budget,..the. Every '

'1. : *, Optician his belief. He bought a' small shoat; worth while.; Member faiurea Canvas and other special CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhoM :: t

i which he fed only the waste corn andsnaps Yours Respectfully wilt be'fully presented
26 : Kistimmee
from the table. The hog was at well as lineaf', activity: :for the

.1.1f .1r Fl*. killed. and marketed a few days ago, 'WILDER'S' STUDIO local churches leading; to greater. ef 141 422 Broadway 1',

.. netting ,272 pounds of pork which ficiency in local church work sad QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS J.\ i s; 1

brought 18 cents a pound or..$48.00 ..6 -2t... Bible.acbOQI.Jork... All churches l'aN_ f''OId"J': ,.TowrOtd r 'Gfea;Pr.ptAttutbsl.4. ': -- f,

r '.,. tot the' bog.t ....00.... . . ... . . .. . ;urged to send! large delegations _'
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OSCEOLA: COUNTY NEWS SERVICE t: A number of the chayote distributed '. (/

.- by the United State Department J.t.1/1'i'

; r DR. R.. 'THOR WEAVER County Agent of Agriculture through the 1 , ...1 '" :,
Plant Instruction Station at Brooks- ; " ; .. ::I, !' o"J . . ,
MS Tractor farming will no doubt b. ing condition:, are entirely different ville and planted in Florida gardensare ,: ',|Ii'1, I; \ '., :'j'1 ,,1*" ', : ,:1J1' :1-:" .., : . .,'
',x .- factor before long in Osceola coun- from: that practiced in many section coming into bearing. This' new ,I ..;.'r,<' },,,J['MAI;, )' it'.','lagf I; .f iM:L! .,.I.,..tan I'I'IIi.: i'rn') ")i1/1'1,/" y;",,1J" : I.'' ',...\\
qty Several farmer are now preparing -.J of the country.' Th...' new farmers' vegetable delicate in flavor is proving ,i-: '' \ ''r. ) \ .J I,' ,/ ''''''h.'' '
: : , ,;A ( ? .tf. 1IoM.jM# { Ill .;'+j11J:Ii0ik.+ ... I\Ii'"
; t' to buy tractors,. after 'whichthey !'need all the information they! can get popular with' Florida housewives ,. 'I'I'. ''':' 1' ',.;\*:'1''.."'::.H'r; ,' '.',.\''\,1'lttM .f.'.,.' ., ',. I ,,'

will, plant', corn, !I to 'aid them in their new work. The Miss Sarah Partridge, state home .". .'i''; '( ;:I"f', :tir 'i. '. .. I>:J
for the raising Short Course will solve of ., 'f..f \\1.\\t'lrii''''' \,f'lt'i'i'l1"' r "i!.' : . If,
?i grasses and feed, crop -j many demonstration agent, give the following :" .., I ";:. (" ,','! : '.
of better, cattle and hogs.. One!their problems.POULTRY as some of the very attractive :,.y.-. ','.. '\\.1 a; i to .t,

1.1'I r thing is quite" necessary in Osceola I ways (in which the chayotes may be ' " ... . ,- .iI
+ county particular, when!' the season BREEDS AND PASTURE served: ,.,,'' '.:
Is one for breaking and prepar- Creamed rc t .Jr
feed Chayotes.
1 growing of the ani
By more -
., A mas's (!
ing the land it wants to be done providing pasture Florida farmerscan Dice or slice the chayotes and boil

{i right now, and a tractor is the only well afford to increase poultry until tender; using only enough waterto bestpd J J

way that "doing it now" can be accomplished. I and egg production.Dr. cook them. Add somewhat more 'it his tmekc ;
y N. W. Sanborn, extension poul- salt than when, cooking potatoes.

try husbandry of the University Serve with cream or butter sauce. .
of Florida, suggests that more eggs Fried Chayotes.

SHORT COURSE FOR FARMERS would be had from the average farm Slice the chayotea, preferably crosswise i

f'd I flock if a liberal ration was fed the in half-inch slices; boil until ,.w':,
The catalogue of the annual Short hens. They need daily feeding of tender; dip ,ift bread or cracker "' ,";'

I Course for Farmers is in the hands grain,.some of which should be home crumbs, meal, or a beaten egg, and 't.'
t, t of-the printer and will be ready fo'rdistributUinJn grown. They will also' respond to a fry. Sprinkle with salt and a little -

; ,. few. day. If interested well balanced mash one in which sugar Serve hot.Stuffed .

in anyone of the four .meat scrap is not lacking. Green Chayote. 'Let's' take it for while" I'
offered write to the Dean, '' easy a :
i courses 'succulent feed, fed to the yarded Cut'chayotes in half lengthwise; .
College 'of Agriculture for a catalog ;j{ flock, for used for pasture for the boil until soft, and remove the pulp
Ches. Field ;
The courses offered are: Course in hens and chicks, will save high cost without breaking the skin; mash the 'J

", Animal Husbandry and General Ag ''grain maintain better health, and pulp and mix thoroughly with a lit tJj)1

riculture; Course in Poultry Husbandry grow better pullets. A winter pas- tle butter; salt and pepper to taste. CIGARETTE< that invites :you to enjoy _... 1:
; Course in Citrus Culture and ture of rye, rape and oats, will prove Mince a small piece of cooked beefor A .:.
I Vegetable Growing; Course in Tractor as useful for a flock of hens as it cold meat torether with the a smoke as you never have before- .

:, and General Agriculture. I'would for hogs. Eggs will be scarce boiled chayote seeds and a little onion that's Chesterfi ld."J

', Probably more farmers have moved and high in price the next fe*{v and parsley, and fry until brown;
h into the state this year than ever before 'I months. Good feeding and green add this to the chayote pulp replacethe Not merely fine tobaccos, mind you
during one year. Florida farm- feeds will help you get more eggs mixture in the skins, smooths I
this winter. over the tops with butter and baks though we use the finest of Turkish and

NEGLECTING THAT !! until well brown. Domestic leaf but an exclusive blending
I. JTHE SILO IN FLORIDA" IS TITLE Chayote Baked With Ch..._.
method that brings out hidden flavors
sal OF NEW EXTENSION BULLETIN Place sliced chayotes in saucepan
I with a piece of salt pork and cook flavors that others have failed to find. r

Bulletin No. 22, entitled "The Silo until tender, in as small amount of t'
i .i in Florida"- has just been publishedby water as possible. Season with pa- That's why Chesterfields are different.

Why, when Dr. King New the Extension Division of the Col- rrika and salt. When tender, remove That's why they .af & And this method .
Discovery so promptly |lege of Agriculture. The author of slices with a skimmer and place in a .

check it I Irs this bulletin is W. H. Black, beef making dish. Prepare a white sauce, is"a closely guarded secret. That's why :

cattle specialist. The bulletin hat using the water in which the chaotes )'- none but Chesterfields can satisfy.
been pronounced one of the best ev- were cooked, and some milkand
i natural you don't want to bf
: >lpRR and let that old cold 01 er published on this subject. It is pour over the chayotes. Cover with And Chesterfields reach you in prime shapefor
rough drag on or that new attack full of. practical information, such ax I prated cheese and bread crumbs add
develop seriously. Not when you CUD the different types of silos now in bits of butter, and bake to a golden smoking always-because every separate
trot: such a proved successful remedy Florida and the success of each type, brown.
package is wrapped in moisture-proof glassine -
a. Dr. Kind's New Discovery i iCold
I I factors determining the cost 'of a .
I Scalloped Chayotes.
cough, grippe, croup does not I
resist this standard reliever very long. silo, and size silo to build for, a given -I Slice chayotes_crosswise, peel and paper. '" :
V Its quality In as hitch today as It nl number of cattle. A valuable table -;mash the pulp. To one cup of pulp i W 1 d o/:.-.sacs. o- t
hall been-and It's: been crowing!
ways contained in this bulletin is that
steadily In popularity for more than add 2 pounds of butter, the yolk of 2 '\,
fifty yean. 60c. and $120 a bottle at giving suggested daily rations in 'eggs._one cup of bread or cracker
all druggists. Give It a trial. which silage furnishes the bulk of crumbs, 1 teaspoon of minced onion.

,i the roughage. salt and pepper to taste, '.4 cup milk.
I I Mr. Black says that for a dairy I'
|Fold in the whites of the two eggs
? Here's Relief
Constipated herd of at least ten head, silage has I
'. whipped to a stiff froth. Bake in a
Not that often harmful, always violent been found indispensible. For beef .
and temporary help that comer for stockers II moderate oven (about 20 minutes.' ) w
production, wintering
from harsh purgatives, but the comfortable Chayote Fritters. :
and feeders, and for the breeding;
gratifying corrective regulation Boil the sliced chayotes until ten-
1 of stubborn bowels BO pronounced herd, silage furnishes the most economical .
der and rub
through a For
in Dr. J JJJa'. New Life Pills. roughage. !
I 1 I three cups of chayote pulp use J'ejrg-,
A of this bulletin will be sent
Tonic In action, they promote free copy 1 teaspoonful salt] 1 tablespoonful
till* flow stir up the lazy, thoroughlyt free upon request. ,.f
I baking powder, 2 tablespoonfulssweet
t> gently cleanse the system of waste (
1 matter and fermenting foods, and give'' milk, sufficient flour to makea
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza '
. e. TOO keen test for bard work andLetithful fritter batter. Fry like ordinary
recreation All drugglut LAXATIVE BROMO QUUWtZTableu nmo**the # leld. .
griddle cakes or drop by tablespoonfuls ;
Then Is &' rf
: 80 cent* can** only oo* 'omo QabWIe.
E.W.GROVE'S sltfoatm oo boa Wo.v into deep hot fat and cook Until
"- browned, Serve hot, with or without h .

,'. ,, ,: ,"I( 4 "' . I' ., syrup i I ? ", 4 4and "
\ jj'/ ;, : '
: , ."' '''.4.M'.'.#,:$;:: &; '1;:' .,f"' .. t, ,fI\''''f\; """ "11i'r:1U.'t": : :\:11.1''(;:," ":. : .':; .''ft, :"";.";. ,.',.. I\' l ; ',. 2. Slice and prepare the chayote; -.- the blend ... \_
: .0(
boil until in .
tender dip any preferrei
.20 for 20 cents ..
fritter batter, and fry. can't be copiedof

__ .- _- Chayote Pickles.
Chayotes make excellent pickle*,
either sweet, sour or dilled. Any: --ax'i:

standard recipe for preparing cucum-
Call ber pickles will be found satisfactoryin aiding farmers. Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertise Their "Wants" in'The Valley Gazette;

'Phone preparing chayote pickles, with The ingenious machines used by --

the exception that chuyotes are usually the; Census Bureau to count, sort 'ooooooooooo..oooooooooooooooooooooooo.ooooooooooo t
: cooked for fifteen or twenty and tabulate the information gath-

minutes before being pickled. ered by the census enumerators are "
the product of the Bureau's own Experience
. py Only a Cold. aboratory. The sorting machineswill

'. Are you ill ? is often answered take care of 300 card per minute
"Oh itt only a cold," as if a coIl the counting machine can do 500 Great
7 Storage Facilities.
was a matter of little consequence ;
.. . card a minute and the tabulating .r
but people are beginning to learn t,
that a common cold Is a matter not machine is capable of handling 400
.: ... ; \ to be trifled with, and that some of cards a minute. C. '
.... ( 1 the most serious disease start witha The Department of Agriculture
cold. A* soon "* the first Indica- assisted the Census Bureau in preparing ,
tion of a cold take Chamber- ,
.. .. lain' Cough Remedy. Remember the list of question to be asked In Ideal Formulas we offer you Experience dating from 'I,
; that the of fanner at the
"' } sooner you get rid of your every coming the beginning '
.' t'J',r c / cold the less danger and this remedy census, very commercial production of Florida
will help yon throw it off. United State marshal acted as crop: This experience shows not only the value.of proper !

-.. I enumerator at the first nine decennial materials correctly proportioned as to availability, but the

b} Census facts censuses. Each marshal had a* need of perfect physical condition at time of application. '

i "So the People May Know" many assistants a* were necessaryto .' To 'secure: this condition the fertilizer must be made long .
It required 18 months to completethe properly cover his alloted terri '
in batched
and ,
rcground. This call for enormous,,, ; :
enumeration work for the Ant
4 tory.About .
decennial census in 1790. In 1920 650 were engaged in taking store house capacity. Acres of flooring are necessary to in- I

The Valley Gazette' desire i 1. to the Census Bureau plans to complete the first census of the United State. sure goods being thoroughly cured, .seasoned blended, before '<

,.e nleee print all It_tho. new are sent all the in by time phone, but, the enumeration work for the entire The 1920 census will require the being 'sent out to you. '

card or letter. we cannot hope to get country in from two to four weeks service of 90000. Labor is high and difficult many other expenses .and .
1 j' It aU. If yon knew of any Item of and announce the population figures The statistics of the first census problems to be met-hold fast
n ..w* Th. Valley Gazette. will be very in less than three months from the of the United State were publishedIn are to all the Sure thing !
ir! glad t* print it. date the enumeration work is com- one small volume conai.tlDCof: that make for your su<
.(, dab, Society, Lodge. Church or pleted.A 66 page The statistics of the 1910 have eliminated the fertilizer problem. Over a quarter ': .'

r ; School note; feopU going away or heavy concentration of aare'endinar census required' 12 volumes] having century of profitable field results are back of them. Why
w e' comlag back; marriage, death or in an aggregate of more than 40,000 take )
live and chances>
birth, iteau concerning visitor*, zero are always unnecessary ,
building operation, real estate deal, reported at a census. The Census page '
/ neighbora moving in or going out, and Bureau has made many efforts to There were 6,361,502 farm reported
In fact anything that will make The overcome this inaccurate tendencyon at the last decennial census, valued -

1' reader Valley Gazette snore Interesting to Its the part of the people when atat- at more than 40 billion of dollar ", ,

Ing ages. *. The 1920 census i Ia expected to ..1

The Valley, Gazette. motto Is: "So Every census haG disclosed the show more than 7,000,000 farms Wilson & Tobmer Fertilizer Co.
the People May Know" and to that The Census Bureau prints a spe-
fact that there
end ask are more men in the Manufacturer Ideal'
"r your co-operation.
,actUnited State than women. eial supplement for each state' in the -
Ited State than women. Union containing all the census figures Jacksonville, Fla. -.

,* Help us boost Kissimmee" In 1914, the year the last manufacturer to, the state in question,

....... census was taken, there ,Congress extended the scope of :
- - approaching; 1920 ,census_ by providing
were 275,000 manufacturingeatab* , _. .
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t' Uahments'reported. The Census Bureau that a census of forestry and
id about Forest product should be taken. He that hath money and refusesto P*$ Jofcaatoa '
expect 300,000 establishments a P. 0&rretI
buy the school paper but looketh
These subjects were r
never specifically
to be listed in 1920.
over his neighbor's shoulders to seethe JOHNSTON & GARRETT
The atativtie gathered by the Census covered by: any past census act. contents thereof i* likeunto an :

_, Bureau In regard to farm are ass, who having a manger full of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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exchange "ad" in classified his and .
or try an oar I companions brayetk with Building '
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.. A series of decisions Issued by the
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.: I. Director cf the-Bureau of War Risk
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I . v.H ,. : Insurance with, the of .the
, 0" ,approval .
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'(' u, > \ :.11" : ,: Secretary of the Treasury, provide
m:. ,. ;.,"'; ", "'" .'." 1 'r'1." .1) I' "-1.\\ ':00 more liberal conditions for; rein

. I I' I. ( I statement of lapsed .or 'cancelled In.
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U{: .1 l.f', '\ !i :. ,; surance.
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p. :. :. ...,.\.,.:'+.. ', .iIft.*, .I.! .. ..' ', +:W1W "' -" ',,1 The provisions' of Treasury Decls.
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">,, ( .j \' , ion No. 47, allowing eighteen months
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f' atatement 'upon of twomonth's
payment only -
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'1 ... 11'::,! .' > ->1 .I ., .rR
:. : + .;" A'o o>>' .1' .I /"'' of
'tl"1 the
r premiums
) '. ... ' .' 11'" ', ,, .:.'\ "I IV,', 'III.vI1'K,\, ,"K. ,' #.' :. on amount
: .,;..,1- ..,t ) ; insurance to be reinstated, ;are retainod. -
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: ; -.P"-"I. I '' .,;.:'J;;,: : ): ; 'I..j(?" ... :. That' decision i s. liberalized,
.C'J': however, by a new provision that

: I' : men out of the service ,are:permitted, ,
.4 : ,.. .. :. to reinstate' by merely paying' the

. .. two months' premiums without .mak- +
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. statement .to health at
: : ling as any
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) J time within three calendar, months.
\, i .; .. ''.!!, -. following the month of discharge. r,
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{ ': .ii | After the three month. following
"!''iyl'filji.j4a&illiYi ? :,p. ; i j''Ej the date of discharge have elapsed,'
i Ill.j9 Iilyi:;6iG iy I l ::
,: 'i ,i'' :I _J 'a statement from the applicant to
the effect :that he Is in as good healthas

I.: at the date of discharge or. at. the
: :. : expiration of the grace period,

tl" .. ... :., ., whichever, is the later date, will be
:. required together with a written application
: for reinstatement and the
: tender of two months' premiums on
: : the amount of insurance tie wishesto
il reinstate. t ,
I I In order to give all former servicemen fl
I whose insurance has lapsed or "
:. been cancelled, a fair chance to rein
state their insurance, including men
.who ,have been put of the service i

.. :eighteen months or more, and who
.. are therefore barred from reinstatement 4

under the former ruling, a
''special blanket-ruling is made which ll

.allows all ex-service men to rein* .
1Ii atate their insurance before Decem- al,

i ,ber 81, 1919, provided that each applicant ':
is in as good( health as at
date of discharge or at expiration of
the grace period, whichever is the E
Ii With Three-Point Cantilever
II latter date, and so states in his ap
plication. Of course it is necessary r

,that he tender the two months' ,,.
New Overland 4 Seems premiums on the amount of insurance -
11 : Springs to 1II 1- he' wishes to reinstate.

Service men who reinstated their

1 ,:: t. "Sail Over The Roads" .J !I I i the premiums insurance decision prior by requiring payment to July 5 payment(of, 1919 all\, when back of' ,

- .. I only, two months' premiums went in.
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t '.. tm' 1 i! I Ito effect, upon written application to
P. : new Three-Point Cantilever} Three-Point 'Cantilever Spring protect = the Bureau may have any premiums

i '. THE of Overland 4, by their special the car from the hammering and wear of road =m 'paid in excess\ of'two applied toward

the future'
p."Mentof premiums
111(: -. construction and design, protect car and blows. They lengthen its life and. reduce . :tiIb I For example, if after a policy had 2"

ifl passengers from ordinary road jolts.} Bump. upkeep costs. I : !_ elapsed for six months, a man rein
(stated and paid six months prem ;
: twisting swaying and vibrating are _
= ;- ing Equipment of Overland is dependable alums instead of.two, he may secure -r;
: wonderfully essened. The blows of the for four nsonths premium
and complete from Auto-Lite Starting and I i ill ;
: road seldom reach you. There is less tendency The provisions for reinstatementdo +
1fJ; : after rides. Lighting to Tillotson Carburetor. i I not: protect a man until. h. actually "
s to bodily fatigue long
. '
; reinstates.. If he waits h. nay not
mFl i ;: The springs of Overland 4 attached at 250,000 miles of test have made the ::. :ii be in as good health as he was at, ?%

, P1 .. the ends qf a 130-inch Springbasc give the strength and endurance of this car a matter: :,. ;. the time may of discharge.not be able and to secure consequently ).

?'- 1Wt; riding comfort and road steadiness heretofore of record. I' :: reinstatement. '...

,'y : ." f possible only with cars' of long wheel- . ' :See'Ovcrlaild 4 at the first opportunity.? ... :1W- now., Don't'' put off, reinstatement. Do. it 1

= .. .. base and great weight, .yet Overland 4 retains Ask for booklet. Overland 4 Touring,.$845; ...: :rWt' I II

m:. ;, the light weight and economy advantages of100inch Roadster? $84.Couje.11325i Sedan, $1375.! :: 'l., :- I'Constipation.
Most laxatives and cathartic af-
: wheelbase. Prices f. o. b. Toledo. F
; ford. only temporary, relief and
d should be used only for that purposes kt
.1 When you want permanent relief pt
n 1 take Chamberlain's Tablets and be e,
l 1 jf \i careful to observe the direction with
t / ai+ each package. These tablet not only ;I
I move the bowels! but Improve the ap- e!

I. '" petit. and strengthen the digestion. .. d


: : 4 (Continued'-'from',Page' ,,'4)' .. '

i\o o Fine and Forfeiture Fund;._'1.11111
Road and .Bride. Fund..... /.1
( Bpeclal Pntmttjr Fund :....., w
: : Hard flurfaee Road Fund.=' ..n....

} I: 'L 1 1j' Tlclc Paid-Eradication warrant 'were Fund cancelled......:...l.T6 from..4t "

: M : the various funds a* follows: "i
I i General R.r nu. Fund ,w':___'141..T4
j' ''I Fine and Forfeltor Fund4I,, ;, ...l r
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; Roads and Brldce' Fund. '.1TS.1
Hard Sarfaoe Road Fund1.0t*..0
', 'v./ r Tick. :Bradjcatlon :Fund.<___.' 'Til t
I. : Bond trgte.sf{ .. R. and' B. .41s.trlet .
f' : : N*. 1.flled'wlth'theboard.; their '
semi-annual report. :
r C. I* Band,' tax collector,'.... ,with
---- -- ------- --- -- : the Itemised lc''
board sheet showing .dl-
'I ''JOO inch Wheelbase t m' .
}- ; it 1 ..... : vlitOM oflh.Funds.forl151a. .
'.. There bctnr no further business bee'
I. .11.1 tore the'board,' motion for aJJonrn-' 1
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m: : ment ,was made and:duly' . .seconded,
th.rradjourned." '
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,. !: Ttlepsoee 136' LUPFER cV PRATHER GARAGE 111-113 Broadway HEALTH IS'

l!: KIuiau.... Florida. : i . '
J: : 'Prfcei Subject i toC.'anie Without Hotiee. : ;
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t .:.:.<;; .., : : Strengthen r, the' Blood and ,T '
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m! : : : : : : :mt.mftmIS: :. :
J. _, _ .. H':. - -- -- -. -- ,: : 4: _. :-=r....,. I Strengthen the Body. c
,' :I IThe body lives on the food' brouhtI
: 'TO ENFORCE PROHIBITION this traffic the most desperate of even one cent. I these various. laws, and it is going I I We have received notice from the I it by the blood. If the body is .

.MEANS BATTLE TO A FINISH criminals and yeggmen, and it is no "The force under our territorial ta( be necessary if you want enforcement dealer that all quotations on new carrying' disease germs it cannot carry '.. t
child's play to bring these men to division will consist of a number of 1 ( of the1 law, to secure the paper are withdrawn, and tat new strengthening food to the mus-'

.Atlanta, Nov. 25.::J. D. Gantt,. recently justice."It officers who will be available for this I,functions of sheriff, 'police officers paper may go to 10 cents'' a poundin I clef Dr.,,,nerves Williams, and 101 bone.Tonic I ta ma4e up "
," : appointed by the Federal government looks like unfortunate circumstances line of work. They will not be restricted land all other officers of the law." the near future. It is now hovering of Quinine, Iron and Magnesia, core
to move in cycles and six of my to any special territorial arrangement about the seven-cent; mark.'Erectly porportioned. The quinine kills ,
supervise prohibition
mennow are under indictment for but they can be used WANTS WHITE LEGHORNS. Newspapers have been harder hit by tall disease germs in the blood 'the
: accumulated
/> In. the; southeast, in a -magnesia removes all
murder because of having to shoot where their services are most need- Rogersville, Ala., Nov. 18, 1919. the general rise in price than "any poison by gently acting, on liver and rand
'r _'..' statement to\' the; Prohibition Enforce- men who tried to kill them. ed. When these officers are not employedon Kisslmmee Valley Gazette.Mr. other line'of business, and they have fcowels the Iron fill* up the blood, '
', "Tneri:CarnpafCT"'Coramsttee: ; declares ""Wo"'b*ve--beell'-operatin&, entirely -one of,these cleanups_they .. Editor! Soscto. good person is been the .last ,to raise the price of (with rich red strength giving w'pusclesY >"

t .; j.' that enforcement mean a battle to heretofore under the revenue laws, will M placed at strategic points. sending me the Gazette. ram locating what they have to .sell.LakelandTelegrani ; which are food :for- tlnd.' ,,and
fte"finish With' well organized bindof and it'would not be surprising tome ready for instant action. weak bodies ; ti
,\ : In Florida and want two; or three I "Flo." Malaria,' Weser' Cold.. La.Grippe .
'j, 'the) .moet v desperate of ,'criminalsand ,at all If we continue to operate under '"Withan appropriation of'only dozen White Leghorn bens. Wherecan I and Chills ar* all\ effectively
y rem en., The 'statement "says: them instead of the new prohibition $2,000.000 .for this( work for the fiscal I get, them; some one pleas inform The .winter residents ar* -tomlng. .3 treated by Dr. Williams 101. TonIC.: ,4jDnring

-"The'wbiskeyInteresta are well law, ,because the internal rev year 1920 ,you can readily ace me,. Tours trulyl.N.HOWARD., 6yta 'the "Flu" epidemic last .win
r."orpnbed..' On"account. '.of,the'enortxnon enue laws provide for a minimum that it is,'b.Impossiblefor POe Cored la 14 07 ter the sale of 101. Tonic.
., profit in the manufacture,and penalty:and the prohibition Isws '.can the Federal government te take overall J,If ore" *MO and pe 600 rjenfc.bottles:i LSfie for- sale
Vira1.. of-the :whiskey: it .has. drawn. info.. be v whittled. ,down.* too a penalty) of, the responsibility of enforcing Make the visitors welcome.: ., Myr..dy -- -r.'-;'riw,.pr'sWLd t drug store. 'Accepo': substitute
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,TEN ;:.r"r".,1.. ...THE.kISsIMMEE"VALLIT GAZETTE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1919r yt .',

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Mr. J4 G. -Cantrell Asst. Gen. j ,," DELCOLIGHTI.

Freight Agent of the S. A. L. Rye : ., , i:, '."

,. Jess M. Jones, Mgr. Agricultural \'" .,\ i/\\,

y and Industrial. department of the S. .. ,. \"J",,, 1/f./ .' ,.' ,

a A. L.:, Ry., J. B. Sinonton; a promin. ",',: I _

; ent Angus breeder of Micanopy, and ,' :,,: i.', ", .' .. .
'''W. H. Black of the Extension I Divl ; ) u. 48 ./

f don of the University, 'recently made S ." . ei eclJac32.- -. ---
; : S
+ a tour through::Polk, DeSoto.i Okee- ,, , : .
"' chobee .and Palm Beach ountles.W S .-u'-.') :. ... ., ,...-< ,... 10.-.. .. ... ('
t; F.'' Ward,..manager of the Horse The ,
Shoe Ranch, with headquarters at Delco-Light engine ia the'valve-In-the-heald Delco-llight long ago passed the experimental ,, '

< ," used in the best and and has through the refining influence .
Kicco, met the above: party -.t-ukG type most powerful airplane stage gone

Wales ,and escorted them in his car engines and in hundreds. of thousands of automo of three and one-half years of production 'and of .

through parts of the above mentioned biles. usage by 75,000 customers.

counties, which is at the present .
You will find in the homes of
plants com
time inaccessible by rail. your
It is air-cooled-runs kerosene in climate
Ranch comprising any munity.; Just ask neighbor about his Delco- .
The, Horse your
E 250,009acres in DeSoto. and Polk -has only one place to oil and has a simple mix- Light plant. ., I

i t counties, is not only one of the larg- ing valve i in place Carburetor. 1
est ranches in the South, but it Delco-Light makes happy homes; it saves time

t l stands at the very top in the Improvement The storage battery is exclusively designed and and labor, taking away lots of hard unpleasant ,I,

r ,* \ of range cattle. No ranch built for Delco-Light with thick plates, wood and tasks. It "Pays for Itself" by the work it does and

anywhere has made a more rapid aJ- rubber separators and many improvements that the time it saves. '

I .-ance'ln. the way of improving Flor- insure life.
''1di< cattle than has this ranch in the Of the more than 75,000 Satisfied Users of Delco-

f last: two yetfrs. The very best native I Light, the first are among the most enthusiastic,:

r' or range. cows and .those showing proof that the simplicity and durability of Delco-
some trace of Devon blood, have Light meets the requirements of its customers. ,
"' .- been selected, and placed with them .'

are bulls of the Brahma, Hereford, fiIIIi i J\\ S 2!crc's a Detco-Ugfit Near You .J '

Shorthorn and Angus breeds The \\0... ----- .
a splendid results of careful selection .

7 of the females and the use of good 1. R. YEARBY : '
bulls, clearly shows In the calf crop. 309 North Orange Ave., Orlando Fla., (Dealer) ,

Brahma Island, a tract of land of '
+ about'' 10,000' acres in Lake 'Kissim- ClAUDE NOLAN, 1916 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla., (Distributor ) 4 t

mee, is used as a breeding groundfor

the best cattle. This island is "'Il "
free of ticks, and the range of grass

s .it found there is extra good. A fine \ 'I )

C demonstration 'of what the best
{ 'i '
4 4r Florida cows and good bulls will do t.
I cn good ranges, free of ticks, is .exhibited I 1.t;
I ; there. I :" .

The Horse Shoe Ranch, while com- ':.
0 (
pHsing several hundred thousand ,, ',i1"
t acres has one beef animal for every oO 'FsFFi1z i F *ii1J'a ,r(. 4m

9% acres: which Is unusually goods "

r for such a large tract. The ranch is J'J.J,

fenced and crossed-fenced with high ,.' ;!
woven wire. Cattle are kept off of p'

4 certain pat ures in the fall, allowingthe ''i

grass to make a good growth to f !I
b4j used for winter pasture. i. rl

y bout 7,000 head of sheep are kepton
this' ranch. The herd is free from

disease, and in extra good condition.

All livestock were in a much higheratate

of flesh! than was expected. AH

;' the cattle excepting a few cows with "

suckling calves, were what you would = -

,, term in this county as fat. i r,'

..,. met The at above Okeechobee mentioned City men by H.were A. /fat=%3-rjf 1.1f b It1TJi .i rr
vises, in charge of the Southern 4 rr
l States Ranch of West Palm Beach, E 1II ; !

and E. W. Thomas of the U., S. D. A., (
conducting forage and crop grass

', experiments on. this ranch. The S.
S'J;Ranch which; lies from Okeecho- 1 r

.,'bee City ,south and east as far as .

West Palm'Beach was visited. .
The Southern States Ranch,' ,:;of Delco-Lighf' Is a complete electric' light and power plantS . .

r ? which! Mr. Jules! M. Burguieres,,'is A .1 for/farms. country hornet, schools, churches. ;i'
', president, made his start in the bedcattlelndustr stores and small toums. ,4-,

r ./only a year ago. It ,-

Horse is following Shoe' Ranch the same, that policy is, selecting as the THE DOMESTIC ENGINEERING COMPANY. MaJws. of DckoLtgbt" Prodacts. DAYTON OHIO '

l the' best of Florida cows as the \ J

foundation stock of female and us- y
;ng, good bulls on them. Mr. Burgu- I t tI
;errs, as well a. the other men on/white-faced cattle.In [MODERN SYRUP !MILLS IN FLORIDA I I ff was there to make a sketch of dren's Hour Uke a feast, Tor U. trI
addition to seeing the cattle and toddlers there ls varied "!
his'ranch, it partial to the Hereford. fcr. Lnncheon was Just over, tiny a
: ranges, Mr. Burguieres took the men -- I fcne was talking to a little knot of menu sometimes Vneeda Biscuit '
This ranch purchased 12 registeredIlex ,'up the* West Palm Beach Canal to (By Chai. 8. Emerson In The Manufacturers bert formerly of Loulsana and Alabama romen. The slut words I heard, a d milk sometimes Graham Crack. ir
\ford bull ,In ,Alachua county.'Lake Record.) and chemist and fe slid quietly Into a nearby seat, we n. Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis.tilt. '
last 'tprb" g. : The''; 'way' these' bulls showing them what The Record. has been a consistent a sugar syrup National Biscuit." recalling pleas] : This Is chanced on special
u stood 'Tinder the down,there the muck soil would do when plantedto Industry engineer under whose direction the antly my own tasty UneedaLunchf Ions to Old Time Sugar Cook. t.
: :up ,;,range advocate of the and t
sugar syrup
S .is built much of the
like theft sugar ,cane and truck crops. factory being eou' I liked her, and { Tewtons and rarest of "
is make any one in Florida substantial : s
and the .
machinery being manufactured by the fortably **Jji_ spoke aguu, uy pet| el' re days when we had
p DIDN'T RELISH TWO YEARS OF results that have been obtained from 'Stevens Company, which has,installed and | oe "creAm and Nabisco, and those }'j

.,'W.hy Is A STARVATION. persistent publicity have been very a plant for.the manufacture .of syrup e itsssssssssK 1cyc ayfght; ere, our- party- days. 'r Is Just a ..q."f it..
gratifying indeed. LL 11*
machinery. This: factory will be ready as happily,
: "I have delayed writing to see if During the present ,year a numberof for operation in oyember'and it has r Nail, and made us sure they
b :'; Headache? my relief was 'permanent; can say first class steam syrup mills have been promised cane in sufficient S te s coming every day-for fU +J
: :.' that | am feeling fine. Three doctors been erected in the state and several quntitles both know we,must feed 111 ti ;
{. :(toUT"me I had ulcers of the stomach from North Florida'and South 118 'Idren, as wo must
I Various Causes for' This Common and no medicine would help me, but more are planned for early erection or Georgia to"run It' for three months. S. Q. If would < "l,\
+ IAnemia Affliction.! your Mayrs' Wonderful Remedy has at least in" time for next year's grinding -, Mr. ,Stevens 'recently purchased 210 t is wig their.
r ,;' done so. I am now a well man again :. acres'on the King Road and that is we + aye like l
r;S l < or. Bloodleasness a Very after two' years of starvation and One of the first to be started was no o + ady to .' ,,' '
'' 4 a''. Common .Cause. suffering." It .is a simple, harmless that of "at Vero andit 'being prepared for a crop of 200 acres Chit +p lot -
.. preparation that removes the catarrhal McKay Lindsay of sugar cane to be grown next year. ant,
Pepto-Mangsn;> Qrercomes Anemia .. mucus from the intestinal tract was.the first to be ready for opera- W. J.: Conners.the Buffalo capitalist an," ? mt
,and Tends. to Prevent ICsad* and allays the inflammation which tion: Last month when I; visited, it I has installed a steam, syrup mill Bringing to,
t ' .dlM.- !.and causes Intestinal practically ailments all ,stomach, liver Mr. Lindsay had steam in the big ,west of Palm Beach, which will be the door of your ..
:S 5555 When'! one has 'an oecaeionalbeed'ache pendicitis. One dose will convince ap or toilers and was just about ready to ,in full operation next month grind dining room-as close as,your own tchen-tlie
S lent: or it is pasting usually cause due to such some as trans-indiI money refunded. J, Z. Roberson-- ,and. grind the first crop of sorghum cane.!. ing several hundred acres of'cane t matchless facilities of the best and most whole-, ''

+ ge.tlonL.eyeltraln, , over-tiredness, druggists. ,everywhere, This did not prove .to be very goodor grown on his big ranch,'on which he some bakeries in the world. Uneeda Biscuit r' ,
'etc.. When, however, one suffers UBe ? was left too long in'the field and I has expended half a million dollars.
r constructive' Look around to fresh and immaculate a. j'
you results come you as as
from frequent'erlodic headaches tecame pithy so the were not Judge ,Gramling and associates of eli
there is always' some 'specialreason, and see 'who, are the men who wield atigfactory, but as this was more of constructionof too-r when they were taken from the oven*' ,
have started the
1 for 1C. Among:the .most:-common_of Influence.. in your community.: The Miami to" hoar .
[.an than else the ten '
experiment anything :
such reasons' Anemia or Bloodless'ness. -. men whose advice is ,sought on pub an immense syrup milt at Moore pad of p NATJ It seem ; .
'( This condition is 'especially experience'was worth something.. Haven on their 640-acre farm. The
lic natters.. Invariably will find] were wall .vy enough
frequent am6ng,girls and, young wo- you Mr. Lindsay has operated in Cuba COMPANYlist T
'r machinery for this mill was brought Hour r, but always
they are men who follow the constructive '
and those whose '
men occupations or for several years and his plant is constructed "You eee. even ways dainty, aling -
from Loulsana and it is expected that
life them too much policy. might not '
habits of keep They
much'like National
the modern'lines.It Vent on "are I as only ,
indoors; .'The, one important necessity their time along I this will be in operation by Christ '
give and ,money to every mala. They are moat lovable, ana Biscuit Products can'bo. Daring the
.in such,cases Is to ,build up thequantit.and project that is put forth but you will will have a capacity to ,handle, at man post tractable after they've hail years when my babies were growing
s quality of: the weak not find them knocking. In nearly least two hundred acres ot good sugar It is understood that two other pomethlng to eat. National Biscuit up we never missed the, Call '' '
and watery blood. Gude's ,Pepto- cane during the grinding season and mills locatedin ttxlnties always begin our Cnll- dren's Hour with Its tasty font,, '
steam are being
\Mangan .Is exceptionally valuable for all matters for, the benefit! of the\ syrup J f
this purpose. It increases the number town and county you will 'find them Mr. Lindsay expects to develop two the state, besides the two near C

tk >and improves, the quality of the leading. They are the men who believe sorghum crops a year, when the farm Marianna, which have been in successful In preparing their lands for spring Farmers who have hogs that theyare
red blood cells those vital little learn how to grow'St.and this wiU
I In building up instead of tear- era '. operation for several years by crops, farmers in the southern part intending to market this fall"
bodies which nutrition to all
al>1 parts of the body.carry 'improves the ing down. Their efforts are always keep the mill busy about... eight or J. H. Singeltarrand: the ,> Leonard I of the' state should remember that should remember if they can carry
In the
i appetite imparts color, to the face, constructive sad not destructive. nine months! year. .Brothers.' the' grass on the land is much more the hogs over and Market them lathe 9
t end ,' and strength to Their 'policy is a good one to follow. Shortly. after Mr.Lindsay 'startedhis The'crop' '"of"'sugar cage has been valuable, plowed under, than If spring they will bring a much'r

S ?, the, body ,generally. After a short You may not care to be classed aa a mill, A. D. Stevens, formerly 'of more than.double this year and it is burned off'to make plowing easier.' beter price than If. put on the mark-
g 4ours.' of' Peptio-Mangan the headaches Merrill-Stevens Company, ,ship understood that much...f, It will, be :
leader but'-most of ns-like'to be considered : '
nfs decreases "In.frequency; : and thtsfall wh.n'lI 'are
t' finally disappear, if, they are due to good cltlzen--.Winter Haven builders of Jacksonville' ; became interested saved for:planting,'.. the syrup and Advertise :roar wants In: the Val- c 'plentiful

_. .. r ,Anemia.. Pepto- &. pn may be had Chief.. .. .rIf I ia:the syrup'proposition and sugar several !now an assured leT ,Gazette. If you, have:propertyfor ; li
either In liquid 'or*tablet form! as ? he, baa erected fa.mill of"simian1' or I fact, ) corporations hay for or for fat taMH.TM. Dm. IM:......tM std,.y ,.: r'
preferred.* .When buying PeptoManffan'be yon have anything to all,'trade I larger'prbpprtions on plece'of: acquired ing been organised to establish ..upreentralacone.Ja rent a small advertisement in our TmJaaoMo..... ...''............. r axe' *.
the Chevalier tract, classified columns will put in
k sure the name "Gud. s" Is onth roar Grand ] you ... Q'-IIJIUIII.----.. .
a package. Without "Cade's- or exchange try oar classified ootama. property Crossing. one near Ritta ia the Everglades and touch with the people 'you want toreach. .....-..-. -- -.. t"r
.V- Js 'not"')Pej>to-Manga.n.", It brines-.results,,' ,_-,,/,,-''I!. "";':"*.."":'4t ."-- ., He,-bas associated with bIm'Mrs GiljlT another'Bear Miami. 4S-tf. a lilt .....--'e..'a*.'"W GaO.-e004.., s._
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following[FOR' FLORIDA editorial ASSUREDThe entitled The .End'of' the. World :

"On the Biff Move. which appeare4

In a,, recent issue of the Florida ,,

Times-Union is a splendid resumeof ." ,

the conditions to: date in Florida.. .

That business. and financial: ofodi-' $25,000 Ladies' and Misses'
$10.00 Misses CMto
tions are in good shape at the present .Silk Dresses 1 Slaughtered for' the selling +'

time is well known, and that the Slaughtered for this selling '
Has Come price comroencing -
future of the state looked
out price commencing I Wednes- $1' 0 O.

brighter is indisputable. Wednesday \1 00 day, Dec. 3. L ',

Florida is running away with it Dec 3. P I 1WEDNESDAY

self. .To all appearances it has taken *

the bit in its teeth and is*running '.
straight to the big goat of success : / WEDNESDAY DEC 3-

*nd development. So many big DEC. 3. Farewell Forever! '

things are breaking in the state thatIt Railroad or but fare will be

is almost impossible to keep, up OUT OF TOWN TRADEAll refunded to all out-of-town

with them. Every day comes the customer making purchases, '
\. Plant City in
t""!/ news Of stupendous purchases of coming to Good-Bye to All! of $25.00or over at rate 40
automobile; making a $10 '
lands by rich'men or big corpora mile limit. Be sure to get
tions and these are to' be followed purchase get aallons''of round trip ticket and show us: "

with extensive! developments that call I gasoline for 35 cents and return portion. Sale positively -
railroad or bus (fare paid fora /
for an additional expenditure that op-ant Wednesday, Dec:.

exceeds the original investment. forty mile._distance making 3.. and lasts every day until

What does all this mean? It must $25 purchase or over. Wednesday, December 24. /' rl

mean that the 'cumulative effects FRANK McGUIRE. ( FRANK McGUIRE, /' aSB

from years of advertising and personal it
I H Plant City, Fliv
effort on the part of a handfulof ,

S : perserving enthusiasts who have Manufacturer's surplus stocks of Drysoods,

always had sublime faith in Florida $1.00 Brooms Slaughtered $65 000 00 3

and its ability to lead all other Shoes, Clothing and Ready-to-Wear garmentswill
For the. _III.. mmt $10.00 LaoW ant] BEsse t
states in horticulture, agriculture prire romtmtrmrlmfmrmdmr. 22
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live stock and sugar cane, Is now Dee. n.slse be sold at less than Silk Skirts SlaaghtarsdFvr
coming home to us, just as all advertising . . -r u tkeeelllsa ..e. t> SHOO
has cumulative fv'i: :. S.: ,
eventually a
.l .. effect although not apparent perhaps XMAS DOL.U8 HKLLI.Md OUT SAI.K:

I for weeks months and years. price now 8Oe. 'T8e and 4H.SB. S1JM SI, TBe mm* see Rubber Della. rl

The( little band of faithful optimists ! 1\ubb.r Balls Children's Rubber Balloons .
i' HUM S2.KO ..eI H BKAUTIFIII.XMAH and Juvenile A. B, C Book. .s. -
'Itt, now gathers with smiles on DOLLS for the. bigger tot*. almost ... SSe. toe sad lea "
F actual life else beauttfullydret.ed <,
n. the faces of the boosters and congratulate aelllng. out price now 56445x.54 Commencing 9:00 TBe gee ..* ... Ckrietaaas Helly
each and slap each'"other M.4S.. ".oN, SI.4S sad SOe. Wednesday at a* m. December 3 Grit Boxes, In every" Imaginable small
or large ...-", .....'ISe. ..* ISe.Vmtl .. o
the back and then lengthen their .
on .that. $1. The ... BOv DOLLS FOIL XMAS At Plant City, Florida, By ..... .. T....... .... 80M' :***., '
faces So- .
as somejone suggests r FOR TUBsiCLLLNa out price of 4Mp.SUM want .
, .. you anything aoo ra elyi you ter- *
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who held back lee.pssb know of future "" 1
. and-So and pessimistically your pasV present or .;
, selling out pries now ...... '
argued that it could never b! Frank
McGuire's Y
s.ra 91- TVVPBOD AMI. StoreFREE
'done, that Florida would never MAL TEDDY HEARS cows hora.... Dep't Sa. O, ease, else and TBe..Air Mlflea, .' tt. ,
Bluffed beara and many other varletlea Pop Ouns. Rattlers Oamea ol.U 'G
i amount to anything, that the soil of animals tollable for the little boys kinds. *Automobile. and Bnglnea, Toy tDuck.
r woldn't raise a disturbance that all that makea up the Xmas joy, eOe. THe .,... B. Sl.tO,. ..., T.e. 4B... sad r
... 48*. Railroad Fare FREE ,

this state was good for was oranges S.BO, ease, .....,... sad Sea Omens, r
and tourists; are now garnering the SHJW RUBBER TIRED VELOCIPEDES A. B. C. Blocks Rolly Polllea, Musical
: and> IS Hall bearing roller PREPARE Horns and hundreds" of ether
benefits from the work done by the skates. VT.4B ... S1.SO.. 19-Days-19 PREPARE Christmas Toye.SI.4S. asha. TSe. .....

faithful while the fickle public pro 465. __ mmm ISe. q

ceeds to take advantage of the improved ft

conditions without a thoughtfor 50 Extra: Salesladies 35c sad 25c Aproa Ci.... 6c Celebrated J. A: lOc Octafoa S. p-Now for

the promotors who gave freelyof Wanted. Callc. .a.d. P. Coats Spiel l Cotton Wanted-SO Extra Salesmen.

their time brains and and Outian.-eI. Spool tae selling oat price of
energy for all departments. Make yard selling for all departments. Make
,121c ow selllng
often their money to bring about I 2c 2c

these desirable and profitable condi application at once. out priceSIK ____ oat price ___ cake ____________ application at once.

tions. .

" However the conditions are here S10, S7.BO. Stt ..* SSJO Ladles' >. *.* 2S. APRON' OINOHAM $1.SO, $106 and Tic pie 111..'. Ceats'
and MISSES waists crepe da chine BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED domestic 111..'. c..",.. Olovmbwltlv slaughtered s.dgiven ........ ..* ..._' Silk _
f, II $$6. and
and Florida must make the most away r ; 110 and
and georgette silk waists lavishly pircalf and outing flannels, leather. palma, $Iii men's and for the tI :1"r L
men's new fall :
-of them. The state should prepareto trimmed with beads, volt and organdY mllea and mile. of these domestics used by all orange" suits sacrificed young for the These dresses ;
waists daintily laced trimmed, your piled high upon the count.... to supply pickers; selling out price of SIH.4S. aelllng... formerly. priced for III: as long as 1 }
get the full benefits that will ac- choice of this lot for the selling out your needa. bolt. and bolts of now 4Se SSe. IHe, ..* Sie reels now fer .SI4.4B S1S.4B they last this sale of dresses goes for
the Influx of price ef ...... 04.. S.4B.. S3.SB ..* these ataplea slaughtered for the sellIng .de--- -.-- -- 14*. SI.SOe the sensational selling out price ofealy I.
., crue as new capitaland 1.45. and SI.SB. .
out price of yard 52%* II 60 M 00 $1.60
new population flaws within its M..'. Leather Week ..* 940 II...'. ..* y.... Mea's
.. X9e IWc. ..* 165. GI.",... __selling .out suits and overcoats. In every. new. fall
'Te 'borders. These extensive purchasesare 140. sea SS LADIK. *FRENCH PERCALES PLANNKL price now ...**. SUTBmm style, now marked. to sell for the sellIng *.50 ..* .UM Leielea ..* Mixes
taking millions of of AND MISSES' trimmed hats to clo..enut unbleached domestics and bleachedand *. .',___j_____ ....415. out price of S3X4S mm* ..8.415. Bungalow Aprons, all rises and
up acres for Xmas eelllng out price now apron
light and dark colors and
76o. 100. and lie ....'. striped figured
lands these lands will be fenced II8.IIIJ. .... mm* 5Se. gingham light or dark patterns, yard \ patterns, extrat well. and full
and now S2e. Ittr mm* 1.. t Uk Meew. SUk Lislen4 S. S4. mm* S3 III..-. Past, ell aiewat q
in a very short time. Thai. will SB*.. SBc* IBe. ..* ..... LADIES' s.dMISSES' HOF,Fl.lids. Lisle IHe ISe Thread.* He. styles, also heavy weight. needle 01.84 ..4 aelllng$1.40.. out pries now, SX4S
stripe and y
khaki SXSO
i s.4B mm*
S2JVO. '
mean the passing of the .free range : HANDKERCHIEFS plain $1.00, |*.60 and 11.00Mea'a $1.85. .
hemstitched. with wide and narrow FRENCH surges and Dress Shirts. alao .
and the scrub cattle and razor back border and fancy embroidered. also. shepherd checks, now for the selling heavy blue chambray .... SYJM -$6 ..d' 15.6. H._, 0- ri
some In :Xmas boxes selling out price out price o( yard Soe. Wr, BWe. ... work shirts; sell-. HJM, Pie,' lIT... ..* 99 Mea-s High sea, made up of extra high grade .
hogs and the increase of better livestock now !., ISe*. So mm* 4e.Be SNe. Ini4 out prlc. now grade eustomed tailored panta selling striped and figured materials, all sis* .Y1XSS.
and ,better farming To give SUM, '..4& ..* .... out price! now, M. o. saJw ..* ....O.S10. .., full and well made, now for the Rselling
out pries of ....... ...... SX** --
Site sad Me. LADIRS SJtO. SOB sad' SS LA DIBS'> : AND 17.60 $6.00 and II.SO
encouragement: to these big investors MISSES* HIGH GRADE SILK ,AND boot MIS8R8' RIBBED UNION suits and Me.'. All Silk ...rt.. 9TJB9. M ..* use Beys' '...... ... ...-. 4
we .should'clean the state and ho.... silk Hale and French Hale hose, shirts and drawers. and "vests. selling also silk striped mer all lasea, extra well made, aelllng. out .-
up aa long a. they last aelllng. out price out price now ...1'80 .l-34, see.. (bra cerised dress shirts, pries now..... ttSAB, SX48 sad .L88 .... Gag ... sag'Ladles -... MlasasT811k
offer every advantage to the friendsof now ..... ***., 1:$.. ..* 8e.SJM. s.d 055 selling out price, also Dresses Georgette -
Flannel Shirts, now Sue BSJIO. I1JK ... SI Pats, Pog;
Beys and
these will be fall
capitalists there
as SS.8*, SIJI*, TSe. sad ..... LA- $1. TBe.' 56,. ... ... TURKISH ....,.", 93J99 ..* S1.SM. extra good materials also khaki sellIng styles.. ..IIaafronal selling out price
many friends wanting to join with DIES' AND MISSES'' ALL, silk ho.e.noW' TOWELS AND HUCK TOWELS for 9lJm. Heel's.. HalkrlgsmaSblrta out price now ....... 56.. sad See, now --. SOX4S. .l..*.. ....., $64d .
their old in the for the. aelllrigout price of hotels and boarding houses. sellingout Drawers, also .- ......
neighbors developingof ...... SS., es.... ..... mm* S4e.B price now 211Io. ISe. 14e. ... .... and nainsook Tic; now worth for the 11 fig S4 ..* ...... ...*. Orerells ..*
the marvelous state of Florida Jumpers; also Khaki and pin cheeked
TB .
which bears a certain magic about e. SB*. ..* ... CHILDRBBTS. See mm* --. -. lite. sad Crepe and Georgette French
FINE ORADE. moat desira si.d0. ISO d.ln'r
Its and its history.We ble. for hotels now for the selling out Barges tl Dresses for sl
name .
ho. aelllnr out price now' 18.. Be. Mesh Ribbed "....
are building good roads at anastonishing ... 4s. price of eBe. SSe. sad S4e.SB. .... .- ........ < ..* se. lIT... aa* M Mea's and L...... sensational street afternoon selling.and out evening price .wear now
Drawees also '1I"'lIaook/' Suit .Ca... and Bags, made'extra dur .... l
991 *. . HMO, 914M cad .*...\
rate and that Is one ST-He. M ..* CHILDRBI, SaJH ... 9JSm BED SHEETS for the selling out priceof able for long travel and wear, aelllng (
BOYS' 'AND YOUNG GIRLS' llzSO sacrificed for the aelllng out ....., Sl.... Site. \'lie out price now. SsvtB mm* --,
thing that appeals to capital. WeL.n ribbed aweatera all sues aelllnir heavy out price of SMS. S1.M mad ..... ... ---------- 565 IS Ladles' aad Misses Skirts fer tee '
establishing drainage districts ale price, now SIM. $.... *li mm* S7.60" |'.00 and fl.OO ... SSe ..* SSS Tricks la the lawae'slaea. sensational selling out price of II as
...... ... .s... ... *ue RED SPRBADS. Me1 Same, high too sacrificed for the aelllng out long as they last. This lot of skirts
Tstnd! carrying on drainage operations ALL FULL SIZES, plain and cut corners and low quarters fo> pries of Sieves, .leV. sad $11.45. consists of wool mixtures Site .....
at an astonishing rate and that will ST4M. M ..* S&Oe LAO IBS' AND sellingout price now S1SO, .... also dress 11.76 and street wear 565. ... ',
..... tents oxfordsand
sad ....
be an added Incentive for capital to and MISSES without SWEATERS ooUara, and all 'belts:."sacrU with torte II sell ogoulprice Bo,..-' Cloth OJ99 Caps mmm all 919.1...Mesh selling, sad out ... .... 99m 9lf'; 919 ... 99 .......*..,

Invest in lands here.:.We are building Hoed far the selling out price now .... "'y.5., 9JOm ... 99 BED of ....m, SMe. ..4 Sea price now ..... ....., see, age* aad and Misses Silk aklr... Tailored Skirts, }
..... s st ..* SUM.M 8PREAD&" THE) BEST to be had full 110.00. 17.60 and 16.00 465. fabric.magina" bl e silk and wooUn y
schools ,at an astonishing rate and use., and othsrs with out Near top1 I: now for tbs sen-'
nothing, sounds better to Investors .... .... ... ISe COLOATVPS corners! selling out pries now S4.4S, and low high dress .... .,.... mmm 9m Mea's. stew rail 'satlonal selling out price 'of SIS.,..
... ..
DENTAL CREAM TOOTH PASTE), SXB sad SX48. and street. shoes tan Htetson and Dunlap shape new fall $1464 .1. *, 99Jmm.. 93.9m a.dL56.e .
than goodschools.. We are developing CASHMBRHJT BOQTTBT CITTICURA ooas high top work Hats, all sires, ..*.. 9M aad .S.4B.jkte. ', Po

our waterways at an astonishing SOAP TOOTH BRUSHES. PALMOLIVE ISV. 'JL&1'W'RI'r' :84lfD KNOWN shoes for the sellln* ....'.. .- $25 .....- said Misses'
SOAP, Colgate's cold cream and THE distributed out pries of$4s6. SUL45, STJe. M'aad ..... If sal's Reavr New Fall Butts and Coats self and
rate..,and that looks good to investorsand talcum powder. all specially priced In every home In Florida one SS..B ..* -. SLSa Ribbed Sweaters all slses and colors.SBew fur trimmed, latest styles, now for.
developers a.' this provides an for the Belling out price of ate. lea car load. 100 cases, lOo sellers, now 16.00, ".00. |l.60 and 4.56 6186 s.d .1.sG. the selling out price oe1511d5.: .1&.Ieo
1S&. J,.. 8e. ..* Se.SI. .. for cake only Se.e. > ...SO ...I....'. 11._ $14..., mm* $15.45. .
'outlet for and increase high toj>. lace and button -
products an drns and school !IO ... ..... ....'. R........ ." '.1'
i of transportation facilities. All of '..M, Tea BOf,' and 8S.. TOILET CELEBRATED J. .sit P COATSSPOOL shoei Mary Janepurapa chiefs. medium and Narrow hem .M. STB tae ..* US Leatee ...
these avenues of endeavor should be WATER COLGATE'S! and Palmolive lOo COTTON.. -lOc lOc.PEARL BUTTONS. and vial kid and gunmetal stitched border selling out pries now Misses': new Fall aTtII.I: Coats,' lat. $j
and Banltol shampoo Nadine and Mel'ba paper pins, card aefe- also one lot of 14e. lie* ... mm* ".. eststyles and fur
face ty pins, now for the sensational selling wlr
powdera now for the sellingout -
continued and enlarged upon and price of See, ea>.. 4BA, 88e. ..* out price, each Se Se. ... le. whit canvas Mary Jane trimmed no the selling out pries J.'
of 56 ..... .
.long with them should clean u. pumps, leather sole n.ud.e'jlg 2. ..... sad 9. Men's Silk Neekwesr.. ,0'56' MX/SB O4v ,sad :
we up slightly soiled; most suitable. for Christmas gifts .....
cattle which II B. 94, sad .... LADIES' AND MISSES ;, out price of selling out price, .
the tick is a menaceto .. now age age. 4Se.
FULL SHOES high top and ,..., .... ... .. .. 1
ss.ea t Me.Tye. .
our cattle industry and a serious HEAVY WEIGHT California blanket.selling fords Mary Jane and low heel. pups. 17.60, $6.00>; 1160 and ItXOO C.......'. C....' ad 0"-';.' {
out price now Sass S4.M mm* In. dull kid vie! kid and gun metal ....0 also 17.10 and II.",.Iu... as Ions aa f al'
detriment to the expansion and development also two strap lace Oxford. for dress. Beys Skere. high --i.:.& SSe. Kum'm Heee See- they last, for the selling ovt price of. <
top English walkIng
rt. Parla and Boston ... -- +
and street wear. Including II.(0 white. Po style, ass mm*
and we should seriously con shoes In Havana ..... ..
2Ie. ne.. Be.
S9JM .*.. deer MATS AND .... and black tennis Oxfords and II carpet brown and gun metal
elder the matter'of a fence law to oil cloth now for the selling out priceof slippers, selling. out price of $2.54 for the young ".nt.. ...- Bees fee tke 'aeasattesuil.unheard .

'protect the.; new settlers ahd invest, SOe. ..,* Stte.Sa 3JM.: .'AG. SBev.* 45e, tad Sea school In high and top work tan shoe once. Belts SI4M,all*. aelllng'TSe. Mesh oat price Leather now these brooms of price, as of long only,as tie theylasttoeach 1 100 of- '

ors. SIR. pie ..* ST.B MATTING .1., 11'I'0 ..d; *S LADIES' and Elk leather scout 48e.. Stle. aaa S3e. and every" purchaser coming, to
Florida 'Is if not SQUARES xlt and Sal fiber ru.... AND MIF8EH, high top lace boot Oxfords shoes and black and this selling out._sale[ limit one to a a.
nothing progressive also li' and 17xS4 a. long a. and pump. In every. new fall whit tennis. oxfords, 1 JM>, SI tad TSe. Mesh ._........ purchaser; sells; .ths worlel'oy.r for- . ;
( .and. we cannot afford to be held they. last selling out price now '."415. desired shape., aelllng out price. now selling; out price now also Fireman and Police Brace selling II; now for the sensational selling I"' c
*' S8.45. ST.tS ..* .&.. ...... 94MS, AM mm* $3.35.: H..... IMS. .loM.* ... out price now .... 48e. sad .... out pries of only XSe. ,. x
back from any matter of sentiment '

} or the for old the timers cold consideration water who have on all of persistentlythrown some projectsfor of 19-Days-19 Wednesday, December 3 to' Wednesday, December 24 '19-Days-19, 4'

the advancement of the state and
FREE-Rallroad Fare to All Out-of-Town Trade---FREE
who have for from the '
: profited years
FREE Railroad Faro to AD FREE GasoSne te AflParlies Ant.
benighted conditions that have pre-

nailed because they were allowed to Wednesday, Desi- t Conmendaf Wedaetday ,

use other people's property without Frank McGuirc'sDepartment
'Z Decessber X
cost to them and without benefit to i ,

the state or its people. Let us look NOW. SHOP EARLY NOW.

at the thing squarely and decide .'

what is best for the state and then sad ws4d tke kelleay rvskkvy and e-etaV tke fcelMay rash +
what rmm ..ed aew ferCkrlstvua wkat *ymm seed sew fee 'ti
proceed to, do tha thing. no matter mm* mmtm Ckrletaaeisarticle \ aa>4 snek C tN.1avr .f j;
If a 'few do"object on 'personalgrounds. rmm will wept te artveyeev ,: Store'C.'C. .. yesi W. .. ,
I' (Heads as Kin tekea*. frteaeai' aa> -=
That's business, efficiencyand BHasr tke vlris aa>' keyvalvas; tke srtras mm* .
..* let tkeca eajey tile day la let tsveas mmtmr .tadry SatTeylaad
sense. and those ,arc the things ,'l'ept.-::....._ Ters fertke Ckrtataaaei Teys gswtke
r that. are moving. the world today. fceyej' mm* girls ke>ya) aad artrte.FRANK .'

.'3 f ,Jq'1.' .* 'department* MMTbeT'GaBetteV Is FRANK.HcGUltEOtr Plant City Horida 1 McCWREPlartOty "

to do kinds of I tin.A&TXBTUINO . -
quipped alb. Job print .... FU. ,. r

'log- on:abort notice and at reasonable 1-r
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prices. We a specialty of y. .. .I , I?
leave. tor'lec! n.'CMf..
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I place _t6 come to gef:real 'gifts. We mention just a few'of our many nice' things. .1

l i 1 Silk Kimonas. in assorted t '<.10,,_..,.-.$ 4.98 Large .size 'Linen finish Towels.: each. .50 Handkerchiefs' from 5c each to- Silk Camisole Silk, each 1.98
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1"1; I"'I,. "box of three ____..____________ 1.50 14:
,'i Large size Turkish Bath Towels, in | t

\ I. Bed Room Shoes to match Kimonas... pr 2.50 plain white. and colorl_________- .50 Turknit Bath Sets each in box_____,. 1.50 Box Stationery. all ,sizes boxes and prices.
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1 : We will have our TOY ROOM in the Canning' Club room' this'year. Haven't room to display! them in main store. This room will be SANTA- .

4, ,;. CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS, and a real live Santa Clans will be there on time for every child to get a gift.

t Watcfi For Opening Date of This Room. W Will Announce Later When We Will Open '

Watch for the Live Santa Claus DOL L A R L I M IT STORE O. W. PERSONS'CO'I

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,(, I | -We Are Agents, For I St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS Osceola Aardware Co.1 1 1


BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.The Located on Kissimmee's t

Leave packages at KUsimnee Dry Cleaning Works First number of the Lyceum Mk George W. Hastings is put I It
course, given under the auspices of I ting up a new brick building on Pennsylvania J
Shipment every Wednesday and return the Ladies Improvement Club will avenue and Eleventh street. i If You Could SeeThe ;
be given Wednesday night, Dec, 3, Mr. Bert Durham has arrived to ,
Friday. Laundry will not be called in the G. A. R. hall, "Dixie Girls." spend the Thanksgiving holidays with large variety of Rocking Chain that have been unloaded
We hope they will have a large au I his wife and parents.The I al our store recently you would begin feeling in your pocket for your ..,,
: for nor delivered. -:- -:- -:- dience.F. stork paid a visit to the home j I check book. Better keep out of tight if you don't want to buy ''
4 B. Wells Miss W. L. Ilibbard of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Conn last Wed- j for our line is well nigh irretistaLJe. They are reasonably priced.
and Miss M. Hibbard of Canada arrived negday and left a baby girl, whom too,.considering 'the times. 1"
.; R. A. SNYDER Monday evening and are guests they have named Eleanor Jean. I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
at the St. Cloud Hotel for the winter.Dr. Mr. ,and Mn. Jake Reifschneider, i
a I Foster and nineteen others of Tampa, were the guests on Sunday CASH AND CARRY BASKETS 4A
$ Nflo-o* "0"0 ><"* "0"0 W" "O J !
I from the Baptist church, went to I j jiKissimmee of Mr. and Mrs. L. Shambow.Mr. new stock of Cash and Carry Baskets have arrived and will
h !' Tuesday evening and !; : Wm. Phipps" took a trip last ) prove' a great convenience to our patrons. We have them in all .
OYSTER SUPPER SATURDAY -I''heard the address given by Mrs. Wednesday to West Palm Beach, returning the colors of the rainbow and some colors that never were in the :
M NIGHT. Bras, which was greatly enjoyed by home on Saturday. rainbow. They. must be seen to be appreciated. Shall we save
jaiL >II i I JrsKse Harris .and family, Fred one I for you? :
I The Juniors and Sophomores who i i i I Mr. J. W. Thompson of Kissimmee ,,,I Kenney and family, Mr. and Mrs. I $ $ $ $ '$ $ $ $ $
WOOD! are enrolled in the home economic was a St. Cloud caBer Tuesday. (j Bert tessford, Mrs. Anson McGill, j
department of the school serve uI and two children, and Mr. Collins,
the public with an oyster supper in ] Miss Helen Bass pave a reading ,I,motored to Orlando last Tuesday to I Neither did we, but that reminds us that we have in clock a
i the building: next to F. 11. Lawson's 'i and Prof. Basford 'rendered a vocal take in the show. I fine .line of Enameled Berlin Kettles and Stew Pans that are per-
t ,. '"" - store, Saturday evening. I'I number, both in harmony with the I Mrs. O. C. Knight and two children fectly adapted to the cooking of turnips and other vegetable Drop
They will begin serving delectable I I program. Chorus singing and pop- who have been visiting her in and have a look at them.
I fries and stews with the accessories I I ular music and sbngs' of long ago, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phipps,
I have now ready for delivery a alout five o'clock in the afternoon .roonded out this very pleasant event. (I returned, to her home in Thonotosas- OUR OFFICE DOG IS ANGRY. '
and will expect a liberal patronage i 1 Miss Edith Miller, daughter of Mr. Isu on Sunday. Mr. Knight came up
large quantity of both Stove and from their friends and the. public land Mrs. B. C. Miller, was in full Ito acompany her home. Mrs. Roy Growl Number One.
generally, for the proceeds are to be |.charge of the event ns Ruth Camp- 'Taylor and baby also! accompaniedthem At the present rate of increase it will
i y Fire Wood and am'prepared tow applied] to the beautifying of their bell was confined to her home with for a visit. I Ii not be long till hen eggs will be so valuable ]. dw
i headquarters, the cottage where this a severe cold. Miss Ruth was assist- !' H. O. Hendrix, from Upton Nebr., t'! that only the jewelry stores will ,
1 deliver on short notices Price branch is taught. |f cd by members of her class, the 'is here for a time in the sunny South. keep them. r a; ;
:.- i Greens," in serving hot chocolate i I Mr. and Mlrs.! Frank Lockwood anddaughter
$ $3.50 a Stran. GREENS .ENTERTAIN WITHOLDFASHIONED land doughnuts to their guests. [ Winifred, arrived on- Saturday I ti., Growl Number Two.I .
PARTY About sixty young'' people and their for the winter from Cos Cob I saw Gashum take Susette to the con.
j I
ey .- chaperons participated in the party. Conn. ''wv fectioner' the other day. The idea of \'
r l ; An old-fashioned party was givenat 'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Houser of Or- a man treating his own wife to ice
a vfD. Rotunda the Hart,, Memorial building Fri INTERESTING MEETING OF lando, were in our city on Mondayon .cream I

day evening, celebrating the victoryof MISSIONARY' SOCIETY business tI
_ the "Golds," led by Miss Thema! Mr. and Mrs. Colton, Mr. Applet
PHONE 57. 47-tf Button, over the "Greens," in charge The regular literary meeting of ton, Mr. Harvey Mr. Buell .and"Mr.
I ,., of Miss Ruth Campbell. the M. E. Missionary Society held on and Mrs. Johnson motored to Mel Osceola Hardware
-- -- - These two factions are composed Wednesday at the bungalow was ex- bourne on Tuesday I I .
HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB of. pupils of the Osceola county High ceptionally interesting, having for B. F. Ksesler arrived last Saturday ,
school, who not long ago entered into its topic "Protection of Young Wo- from Greensburg, Ky., and is ""
.... MEETS NEXT MONDAY an'agreement to strive earnestly manhood." __ located on Jersey avenue. '
f Home for subscriptions for the Utolakean, Mrs. C. H. Summers and Mrs. M. I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Peed of Orlando .
The Demonstration .Club the school paper, with the understanding IA. Clark each made helpful talks on were the guests Sunday after. .//00
? .;will hold! the, regular meeting next that the losing side should the working girl and the dependentgirl. noon of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fergu- ,
Mrnday at the community kitchen, put up some form of entertainmentand on. i
L .' 'fn'"Stewart avenue. "eats" for the winners.At A series of prayers were offered Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Jennie French See Our Line of :;,
I 1\lrat W. H. Colemah will demo the elose of the contest the along this line by M/rs./ Hodnett and were the guests on Tuesday of Mr. .-
a "Golds" were leading by a few ottters. and Mrs. Gregg.
strate the making and baking of names, and the losers paid their forfeit Miss Ethyl Roberson sang a beau- M. B. Duvall, of Shelter Island N. :
fruit cake, and M'n. Briggs will. ini-i Friday evening. tiful solo in harmony with the meet Y., arrived in our city last Saturdayto '
tiMe those present into the myster-i It was a merry crowd of young ing and the program was concludedby look after his holdings. t :
!1 tea. of raisin tarts. people assembling at the Hart Me- a talk from Mr*. W. J. Fripp",who' Cook Stoves and > IMF
All .Kissimmee housewives who morial and spending the hours in told incidents from her welfare workin THANKSGIVING PROGRAM GIVENBY
y" .are interested in food study are urged spin tbe plate, charades and other I Chicago come time ago. 2ND GRADE PUPILS.The .
to be present Monday for a busi-i old time game The feature of the A pleasant social hour followed : r & (J
p I I". fleas session will follow the demon evening was a spelling match when when Mrs. L. H. Ingram and Mrs. E. following program; was given ,
j atration, 'and' officers for the coming Hunt Ledbetter proved an interest- L. Lesley: served delicious cakes with by the pupil of the second grade of .
H year will be elected. Ing and entertaining teacher. hot chocolate. the: Kissimmee schools Wednesday u }
. afternoon November 26th. This N
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Vytt grade is taught by Misses Medora
l' Russell and Elon Guice.
I The program follows:
Flag Salute.-By the grade. Heaters :
-- A merica.-G rade.
ftR -', 100th Psalm.-Q. A.
-'v "Father We Thank Thee "
.' Song, .
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.1IJ : Concert, Recitation, Foreign Chil-!
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+ .- ., .. dren.-Q. A.Recitation.
xi "In Pilgrim Tim.,"- for both oil and wood. :
K. : ( Delia Fleming. Prices'right..; i :
} r Recitation, "A Pilgrim Boy,"-
i MONEY J James Earle Lupfer. M.r
Song, Doxology.-.Q. B. r
Play, "In Pilgrim Time,"-Seven '
C. //
: / children from Q. B. n. &,*?.**,? si** : :
$ $ $ $
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Recitation, "Long Ago.-Lucile I
K f '. r. t The mcpey you have buried some out-of-the-way place-it's a Gilbert. . M
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Recitation ,
"November, OswaldFalls.
S temptation to others-it's.-a menace to you It'so easy to "spend : "

3 1 when you have
", not Yquit! moneytatUhjrCitizea. it' "' .snr, -By eight children. MISS ZADA B. LEE '
t" t gone. Why .banks Bank) You .' 1'/A
} 'r : Recitation, Day of Days-Oliver FOR SALE
S : get it whenever you want it, but you won't spend it when you do Carson. STUDIO AT ''t. M

St not want to do-so. h :} Song, "Grandpa Turkey's!: A'drlce,* Residence of Mrs. A. M. Maeley, Lot No/ 16 WoodallV Subdivision{ :l'

,f'a; .'&!..& # ''! '..!I ". (. 18''ie t ;;;k"'x- Eight.chIldren from Q. A. Cor. Roes and- -Verona- 8U. of Lot No., fa il ti>.._F.., L.: *. I' "t
Thanksgiving!Play,-ThlrUen chil PHONE ZU : &04t-.pd.
n'k::J. nk oN" c.,; t(, fill ." .. .. .,' -" .*; Co, with bungalow thereon erected i,

.'' ; I Recitation, "Poor Grandma,"-Aits ORDER.OF EASTERN STAJL at a sacrifice.:
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