Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00936
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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:, One of the most Interesting _rent Osceola County Board of Pub- .
of this week I"" the marriage of lie; Instruction took action 'on '.
Miss Marian Porter to Mr- Marion matters of importance at'the "several _

Klssimmee Is ,, to celebrate ChristMas mans Floyd Tyson J. L. Overstreet, F.rmer. who -was First Lieutenant December meeting' at. Supt. Yowell's. I. There: was not the usual amount who .is now on the shore of Alligator .
r. again,,, with, a' Municipal Christmas Mils M. C.: Bryan Mrs. E A. Milton i nthe Reserve Aero Service. office in the county court houi-'," / ,business before the board of Lake. ,'.and asked that the board
tree 'when all the kiddies will Mrs. E. S Hall. Mrs. W. B. Makin- The wedding took place at the J. S. Cadel who is attorney, for /he ,Commissioners on Monday, count ,also pay <$25 a month for a few
be made that Santa. Claus i son, Mrs. H, H. Harper Mrs. J. Z. home of the I bride's aunt Mrs. IL W. board., was Instructed to appear be- the' session lasted until late months to enable the man to regain
'Lace not forgotten them. Robereon'Mire. L- H..'1n ram. C. E. Thurman, in Cape Breeze Addition' fore'' the' city council and petition, afternoon. > |his health so that he could get back
This was made possible bythe 'city Yowell Miss Elizabeth Aultman C. Wednesday evening 8 o'clock.-The that. the Standard Oil people remove1 I' The estimates on the St- Cloud- to work The clerk was instructed
'council which voted an appropriation B. McCaughen; and .Lee McLean. Thurman home was artistically, decorated the pumping station from the view 'Melbourne highway were presentedby ,to draw a warrant for' the amount.
i. of $50 for that purpose at the Tuesday I Program Committee-Mrs- S. H. for this happy event by Kls-' nity of the public school house. Mr. Post, state highway I V The clerk read \ a letter form state
night meeting. Bullock chairman; G. M. Shearouse simmeVs florist Miss Jean C.ldweU'1 This action'grew-out of the recent:'engineer which amounted to 7449..highway commissioner Mv M. Smith.
The matter was brought to their I J. D. Woodbeck Misses M. F. Seal 1 I I Mies Inez Carson rendered '..the' gasoline fire that seemed to serlous-l 76 for November .Attorney Pat in which he said that the departmentdid
notice, by A. S., Nelson who' represented Helen Bass, Cornelia Lancaster and wedding march' which was the signal -: ly threaten ,life and property.; I t Johnston advjsed against the payment not favor the paying of the allowance .
the Christmas tree committee Maude Alice Wagner. I]I for the entrance of the bridal : The State Bank of Klssimmee was I! of this sum until the engineering -' for ''overhaul on the St.
which has served for the- past two' Arrangements and Tree Committee ''party. Rev. J. J. Farmer father of, made a depository for an 'school',. company'' filed with the board a con
years. The. committee. originally .W. J. Wlestervelt chairman; the groom, pronounced the' words: funds for the-ensuing. year. -_,,sworn statement-, the indebtedness ,ractor.e instructed -,
appointed at a mass meeting and. Mrs- J. E. Lupfetf, vloe-chairman; which united the lives of the young I .The subject of encouraging all!.ot-the company until November 80./ by the State forma Commission
includes in its membership Mrs. T. M. Rivers. -Mss: G= W. Beat people, using the beautiful ring service. teacher. in 'attending' the Florida J There was a good deal of' di.c'ua- to write this letter '
tatlves of the churches and other organizations Mils Mattie Bandy Mrs. C. L. Hy State Teachers' Association.. (which |sion on this, but no action was taken of protest to the board. He ,
of Kisiimmee. att Mrs. F. C. Bryan Miss Almenia I I I The bride was lonely in ivory satin -I holds its annual meeting in Braden- in the morning session.- however 'that the matter was '
Mr. Nelson presented' a petition I Leaner, Miss Cecelia Overstreet, combined with georgette and trimmed town this year was brought and I I James Johnston secured the board'sconsent ly up to the'count,. ...tated1f'j
asking that a. municipal, Chnlistma' Mrs. W. M. Steed, Miss Katherine with dutchess Tace. A filmy by 'vote' of the board the railroad to pay' a. flat sum of $500 I The county funds for, the .
tree be held, and that a large committee I Derbyshire, Mrs. CII.. Summers,;1;veil was held in place with orange fa,. will be paid for those who desire for 1918 taxes on the cattle of Deer year ,were divided between
be appointed to manage the Prof. A. H. Fillers, Mrs. Harry blossoms and she carried a shower to take advantage of the opportunity Park Stock Farm on his showing banks,' as 'follo". : State Bank of r
affair as it entails considerable work. Meetch, Miss Grace*Nelaon, Joe But boquet of white roses. I ':The meeting' begins January that the company had.been overassessed -', Kissimmeer$25,000.00; 'odd; Citizens \
The council very readily voted the ler, Albert Bearden. Miss Glendadinej I I I MIlS Mildred Turvillethe maid of 1st. in this respect.' 'Bank .of. Kissimmee$24,000.00'odd;
necessary fifty dollars for the treats, Crowder, Verner Ellis! Clyde honor, wore a dainty green French The board will hold a '.peclalmeet- J. H. Smith made an Inquiry'as to and 'Peoples' Bank of. St- Cloud ;
.r' though no committee was named. Miss Elsie Norton Miss Nel.on'l organdie and carried an arm boquetof ing on the 20th of this month to !the number 'and' location of 'vats to' Ul 000.00 odd., "
Subsequently, the following committees ('ver. the Seniors and Juniors of tM ', pink rose buds. close all business before the first of be built by the Consolidated Land No action was taken In the afternoon -
were named to carry out the high .school. |I The groom was attended by Albert the- year- \ Co's pasture. The clerk was-instructed -, Session on the payment of the "
Christmas tree plan: It was most desirable that each Bearden, as best man. to find out if the company was November estimates Ofthe St. ./
Finance-A. S. Reed, chairman; I(I chairman call a meeting of his committee I! At the conclusion of the' ceremony led, He Is now in the reserves and willing to allow the county Cloud-Melbourne highway' .\
i W. W. Carson, H- C. Stanford, J. at the earliest possible data a collation was served by a caterer employed in, the, State Bank of ties to contract such vats. ,
? Wade Tucker S. L- Lupfer Jr., and and plan out the work of his depart- 'a distinctive feature being a delicious KUilmmet. Mayor Steed appeared in .uthort"l Mrs-' A. Cotterman and daughter, ?
.Mrs. E. E. Wells.Canvassing ment. Later a general meeting will fruit cake which had been made by ||! Mr. and Mr*. Farmer were the the city and stated that the Elizabeth, accompanied by Mrs.' Albert
rt and Purchasing Committee I I be Called to crystalize and unify the the bride's own hands, arid which recipients of many very beautiful paying $25 per month ,, Green motored to Orlando
-A. J. MacDonough chairBAZAARJANDMINSTREL- plans. I contained the traditionary fortune gifts as well as some substantial upkeep of a man namecu Chancsy:, Thurfday.for a few hours.. >

predicting keep-sakes for her girlfriends checks as evidence of the esteem in

: 6 AtRt MINSTRELS Mr. -and MrsFarmer left immediately relatives.which they! are held by friends and AMERICAN LEGION BUSY MEETING W {*

on their wedding trip,, which!I[i The is a, list' -of those :, :..
took them first to Tampa, then northto present follow; :: MrsH- W. ?'
PLANNED SCHOOl( HERE DECEMBER 10 Georgia where they will spend ', ''Thu.zmtnr.7.of-* ENJOYS BANQUET { .THFCITY',000NCIL
JY the next ten days. tinantown.: Pa.; Mrs. B. Honsby and ,
I Mrs; Farmer's going away gown two children,. Miss Marion and Master ,
vOn Saturday December. 12th the The G. A. R. Minstrels of St. was with a handsome blue coat suit, worn Thomas Hornsby of Germantown The oyster < Osceola County High School will Cloud, which made a big hit in that uncurled a small black hat trimmed with Pa.} Rev. J. J. Farmer, Carson held at Rol'8n' .Cafe*Thursday evening city' council and momentous.<.< queations -..
-give a bazaar for the benefit of tbe! city last Monday night will give a ostrich; plumes. |I Firmer and family Mr. and Mrs. N. have been'con.ldered.t' the
Mrs. Farmer is one of Kissimmee's B.:' Carson, Mr. and Mrs. C. fc> perfect the organization of ,
'something A. Carson and +
year's activities. This will be performance at the Casino Theater 1 meetings Tuesday Wednesday i
along the line of a midway next Wednesday night Dec 10th, most popular young ladieswho has Sr-, and Mrs C, A. Canton, Jr., the Klssimmee post of the American nights- '
with attractive booths and a main for the benefit of the St. Cloud G. grown to womanhood here and whose'admirable 'Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Geiger Mr. and ,Legion was a tremendous success. The meeting was opened with devotional ;
how where a snappy entertainmentwill AR.: hall fund. character has endeared Mrs. Claude Harper Joseph Carson ) Nearly sixty of the boys who had services with Rev O. B..
be pulled\ off. I I This minstrel is composed of veto her to many friends. I of Georgia; Misses Anne Bryan and answered the nation's call to arms Falls "as chapUtin.' Chairman Fox, .f
The funds realized from the affair erans of the Civil War, Spanish-Am- ,! Mr. Farmer is one of the city's Jnes Canon, Miss Mildred Turville ,were present and by a unanimous Councilmen Breaker' Floyd and Arnold
will be Died to defray the expensesof 'eriean War, the Phillipines, the Ral- >rising young business men who held Miss Helen Sawyer Miss Lavinia vote the proposed constitution and were present, with Attorney'
the annual edition of the school kane and the great World War' aside his ambition at the call of his I(|,Winner.. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, bylaws were adopted. O'Rryan .and City Clerk Gilbert.
paper The Utolakean.! Then whatever some of them being eighty years andolder. country and spent more than a year t.Mr., and Mrs. Emmett Brown, Mes- The post is called the William' .,.T :The question of' greatest Importance .
the aero service. lie was In'France ,an. Albert Bearden C. W. Ward Makinson Post, and It Is hoped that
.is netted over and above the They also have several former < to the advancement of Klsslmmee -
needs of the paper will be devoted | p>ifessionals in their number .. when the armistice. . . .was.. sign-'I,Joe' Butler and Lee___McLean._____.. every Osceola county man who iseligible war probably the signing of the
evenly between the school library who hove played with the famous --------- u. will enroll his name!" on its bulkhead contract' between .the city

and the home economic department 'minstrels of past history. roster. and the contracting company,. Murphy -,
which is greatly in need of equip- Kissimmee should give these old STRONG The banquet was presided over by Maloney I and Lupfer.. ",iw, ,is
ment. I( boys a rousing welcome and a t\t\V\ SERMON ON 'SIN Post Commander Lee McLean, and mentioned. elsewhere this paper.
While the bazaar will be actively ,house. The show will be well worth the following; officers were named: The street'paving'contract was let
,. supported by, every Junior, Sophomore ,the price and you will be aiding. a Post Chaplain W. J. Westervelt. to"'tl1e'IIrm ,of Kendrlck & Warren'
and Freshman, it ia being directly 'I laudable endeavor. Post Historian, ''J. C. Schmidt. P.vingCoup.n,., with the understanding -
sponsored by the Seniors and I. BY EVANGELIST DUNNAWAYThe Post Master-at-Arms, Leon Fen- that the material used
the Utolak an staff all under the direction BAND. REGISTERS A KICK. nell.Executive would be the woodtex: brick a product -'
of Miss Almenia Leitner. Gazette I Committee. Dr. Hugh of the Tucker Brick' Co.: The
Miss Cornelia Lancaster, one of the Klssimmee Valley : Geiger Dr- Simpson M. B. Canon.j'' time liml) on this contract ha fully
The Band wishes to register a goodstrong Harry Williams and J. W. ,
Seniors has been elected student expired and while the council regretted
revival services which have
0 for the event. healthy kick against the action great day when the efforts of evangelist Messrs. Marion Farmer aad Albert -! 'It at an end and
the band fund been in progress at the Methodist 'musicians and Workers '
of subscribers to I personal Bearden elected to the Sorfeited
The bazaar will be held on the vacant po 1 I the $1500 no other. course ,
church for the two weeks will 'OJ
will be'made '
in refusing to pay the amounts as past evident and 'many'people sitions of Adjutant and Treasurer
lot at the corner of Broadwayand was The next 'step in the
promised by them. The band, so far close Sunday; with what is hoped will be saved and blest. respectively at -a previous meeting.I open.
Dakln avenue the spot where I street paving matter will be to advertise -
i has faithfully lived no to their agreement will be a wonderful( reaping day. One of the strongest I For the- the will hold "
the school carnival' was held last sermons ever present post for new bids. ,
The will be dedicated
: year. and we insist that the people day practically heard by a Klssimmee congregationwas its weekly meetings at the city hall Among other business 'routine a
The main show should be honorable enough to do to services, beginning with the preached by Dunaway I assembling there on Thursday nightsat bill from ,
will be a great at- sunrise meeting and'continuing evangelist -i was read Joe Clark, asking +
traction of course. This will consist the same. We can not and will not prayer eleven three at the Methodist church lastnight 8:30 but it I. hoped that plans $d damages for Injury' sustained
;J r of a minstrel Which is being arranged pay our obligations with hot air.'Wle .. to o'clock and the evening o'clock-the sessions taking aa his theme the consequences -I,may be worked out :to provide: per. when working oaths city dock.- .The
Miss Helen. Bass !. also wish to complain manent headquarters the organization. bill mentioned covered the doctor's
by: and Pr Rev. C.'M.Dunaway the evangelist of sin. He handled hi. subject
workof .
band '
+ Basford. The musical feature. willbo our Inability to get men is fearless his without gloves, dealing frankly ?- v bill'and: wages ,for lost time due to
kind. We have lost several a speaker delivering The :
any Wednesday night meeting was .
II'' who In has charge interested of Murray a number_ Overstreet of the, players recently because they could j messages with a force and power with the social evil, which he pro- fall of pop and It' is probable that asplendid : illness.couaell'was'petitioned 'to place
fir " that has 'wrought good wherever nounced the greatest curse of tnodernJtlmaSy. -
work. great
band,boys toa.atbim in his. not find ; I post wm be the outcome of. a light. at the of Bay and
.jazz, corner
".. and'oreMetrsNaeusie.t Thia 'depart- '.KJ83IMMEECONCE!: ; d BAD. -hasrbeen.: htu.ic fl.Dii eetgr : lie also",paid,his.retpect LJMfc-sentiment hereyr- ' Cherry'' streets, which will1\ be .acted
Fir W"vTwUleyv! : '
Boyd and pianist, tothe"modern 'socikr card -
dance and
k.: meat ,of tho bazaar Is sure to hare r have carried their gospel : ".' ., > ,:'J : on by the light and water' committee.
plentl' of "pe .If messageof playing. : ? v<, ,!1 '" Fire.. ,Chief Lupfsr,asked that ,the i'
4b.xU >of' a jr oaasla' in STANDARDS CO. : their song to the 'heartsof The congregations,......,larger. and "MlSSINI' LINK": r IS department be 'supplied with a
the hands" or'C.- H-Summers,"* and The meetings have been character the meeting are growing In interest puma for1 the;engine. (Mr.' Lupfer
will be'w.U'att.nddto.'' as the and .f the revival 'approaches- called attention to',the fact that such
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'. *T arrsanglad'. array-of Coot then being REQUESTED TO, MOVE ised icy and by'bas aatrong been el.mentol.plrihal-a' wonderful benefitto Mr. .Dona way announced that ho AT LAST COM ''ETE a pump would greatly. increase the .
too\ main 'all 'wI>> have',availed themselves would do his. level .tonight's ffectiveness, of. the work of the firefighters '.,.'
'. ,grounds.., The ninth grade. and the ,- of the'opportunity/'' meeting aad that ho hoped the I -, ..' ,'* a* it. could be '('attached to r;
.t tbhlT&d.w1Ueacb1l-'cha' ; *As'-."renltof: 'tho1-1 fieexwhkb'dosstroy ,It is hoped that Sunday will'be a church would be filled to overflowing. Another'section of,the Dixie,.191ghway' the main. The'-engines would.not >
.of.:a miscellaneous.booth. .The :''E1. d the Standard..ou, ''pumping : :, ---.--- .. . under .construction between banand then be dependent onrthe'pressure at'r: :;:;'
..ath- crad. will 4prepare a'Japanese station located near. the railroad in I r Campbell station was thrown plant entirely< ,* ,
booth;where veJ'J' detail;will remind north Kissimmee, the\ company has CONTRACT'iS'' : ; open to travel; this morning.This; Mgr Lupfer: said such .an''. engine -? *1 '.,
i you oft the land -of >cherry. blossoms. been petitioned to mov. 'the station 'SIGNED : DITCHING MACHINEBE ] eliminated the last trace of the de. and ,equipment' would cost. 4500. '-.;,< .
,The twelfth grade will prepare three beyond the immediate- vicinity of the tour which called down such tnalll- 'The council' seemed favorably Impressed
booths.; ''a white booth a. Christmas school' building and thickly built up diction on the heads of the. peopleof with the proposition aDd referred
booth and fancy work booth.'This resident section. FOR'! BULKHEAD WORK : : ',WORKING, SOON this section. .. it to, llescrsGilbert. Floyd
,Is 'not all, for the'.home 'economicsdepartment ,The matter' ,was, brought beforeth'e' 'The road Is practically "Iall!et.., and'Amold.- the water and light com-:
will be on hand with an city council Tuesday evening by _' The brick .has .all benn laid and the mittee.; Theos gentlemen ,were given,
sorts of well cooked and daintily' ,Cadel. who, officially: rep By' the time this edition l of the Gazette Kissimm o'a new ditching .machine stretch that crosses the railroad at powers to act, and. will. look into.. the
served foods in its own booth. v resented the ;county. school board. is In the hands of its readers reached hero this week and as soon thefair grounds -will soon be gront-. matter; P
There will. be all sorts of:articles He stated that the recent fire showed the contract: for< '-bulk e.ding the as 'the demonstrator arrive ,it" will .eel.-.then about,ten cia,..' must elapse .
,for sale, Christmas gifts 'decorations the ''station': be a serious menace the shores of Lake TobopekalSga be'unloaded' and put' to work;; before it, ia. used. MRS.. BUTTORFF HOSTESS. TO '
for Christmas trees: and fancy Ito th. hundreds,', of schoolchildren will' have Veen', signed.- ,*, 'It was' purchased with the funds There Is ;perhaps' ;no one thing BRIDGE;CLUB.Mrs .
.t work of all kinds.' There will be pop ,who assemble atthe buildings say ,The bonds have .twice been approved for drainage purposes voted at a recent that will contribute 'so greatly' to ,
corn and Ice'' cream to eat""'and plenty nothing of'' the property loss that by.the. people, then well sold- The election. The purchase price Included the comfort and pleasure of the Os .'' '-
'cf confetti without which a bazaar might follow, an c explosion, '",hould. funds ,have been received here> and the services of an expert who ceola county people., and those who P, -C. Bntttorff; was a hostess
to the'Bridge' ,, club of
would be a tame affair. one occur. placed at interest, and nothing remained should come here and thoroughly-in visit this section as this highway.,
Th. funrwil1'begin'at:7. p.'mndth. : Mr. Cadel was supported by'ape- but, to sign a satisfactory: struct, the men, who will 'have' It' in, ,", which...ho it.'a member 'entertalningtham
.'.oung people who are spending the charge. f with a very"charming afternoon
tition signed by' practically contract."i DIXIE THEATER TO OPEN '
,, "*0' much time and effort ,in making citizenship of th. clt,.,- asking that I Attorney-Lewis O'Bryan, who represents Lawrence McAllister.; a Klislmmee Dick and who at'' '' her lovely home ,on Emmett. '
George ,
'*hls event wI.h'th.' with ''a thorough ..knowledge. of TJaden street. t'' ,
a success publicgenerally the station ''be removed., The petition the city council has been go. man recently arrived in Ktsstmmeo with tables'of' enjoyed the'''
u c. to. be present and partlci- stated that the present location was lug"over this-document very carefully machinery has been employed by :Five : players
their families from Iowa have' leased '
the. fun, and patronize. their a' menace to life and a nuisance to that 'all the requirements beequ.l1 the council and' Will run the engine. games, Mrs.Claud Harper making'nigh
th. Dixie from J. I B and ,
ooths. ? a- \ for the club members
r be two .
,; and He will given Y
: those who owned' the nearby property. 'plea.lng-to the people helrn. : r
that done'b man, apd are having 'thoroughly Mrs Gardner for tbr'guests'' They!
the contractors. :Maloneyand- -
.further stated that It was a ; : '
renovateclpreparatol' ", it '' .
machine is. to raise the } wen'both presented with' pretty ii.
THIRTEEN PLANESVISITED drawback to* the neighborhood and fer .Construction Company',(. taking the new
to the public as a picture show. They
from hostess.- consolation
> prizes tile -
,1.lIt'arrance. grade on the'streets In Cape Breeze ,
.LANDING FIELD,' asked that the Standard- Company the'contract.and the ,
the of
are now awaiting arrival a new awarded In novelmanner
which went under water prize was a
'' Addition
ments'are made'this'morningIt
.1 take Immediate and favorable being -
which .Is i
transformer which added tothe merriment ,
v :The Kisslmtnee aoriai. of its Is that the machinerywill during spring rains. necessary e
action removing
landjng. on the. .ubJect. : expected mach they can make theproperalectrle of the afternoon. This. prizefell
field has been,the scene of considerable propert be' ordered at once and that the The was purchased from ;
activity for the past few days, The matter! was 'placed. In ,the work' on ,the commercial and pleasure the American Hoist dr"Derrick Co.. The connections.-Messrs. TJaden experienceedmoving to Mrs.. J.. A- ,Allan',:.of Toronto,

r'' for the entire football squad 'from hands of the building committee docks \will be pushed as rapldlyas'possible. of St.' Paul, Minm,, and'Is) the' latest are, having been 'Atttthe' close of "the afternoon dllcions .'
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''Carlstrom field, :-which pl.rd'.a with power'to'act.'A. 8- Gilbert is .. . standard improved. in' that business before' ,coming to luncheon was served ''from
game/ at Orlando ,and chairman of' this committee., with Florida.. eMUTT'AND' the small tables'which were with
a Winter Park' as ''opponents :was Messrs. Arnold and Floyd, co-work- MANHATTAN' ..HOTEL ,CHANGES JUNIORS-SOPHOMORES EARN I polnsettlaa and candlesMiss .
brought up by' the' way' of the air ers. When, asked'. whet action 'would flaming {
ships and landed here then taken be taken by the.council, Mr. Gilbert , HANDS._ $20, FOR THEIR DEPARTMENT" JEFF 'MUSICAL Mary:: Hodnett came up from
'the remainder of the way by auto' said: "We can say> nothing definitessyef I. : '-' COMEDY PLEASED ,BIG CROWD Sutherland College where aha .la a; c
,l Thirteen plan..aU' wen used : al it will depend on the replyof 'Tho Manhattan hotel .went undernew The Junior and Sophomores of student and spent Tanksgiving with:
for this trip,' the last C1'OU.p.luring ,.the,.Standard. Oil Company ownership'>and management' on the homo economics, department of The' Mutt -W musical comooy her parents.Bev.vand' Mrs.: B. .F.,
v hero Sunday afternoon taking the the first Gf this month, Mrs. & B- the Klssimmee schools were) wall played to a good crowd at the Casino Hodnett. She stayed over till Mon- "
boys' homo after the week-end ,celo.. MARRSO Of MIAML Savage. having sold. the property to pleased with the l'uult.of thejyrstrrsappe Wednesday and Judging day night; . .
MrReeeoo.. E.i -' 'of' Mr- W. H. Davis Topeka Kaa and ;"Uwsy-served .last.FrUar ilglit laughterlaind 0' '
Dam; son from the "- .. it 8erg.ant"Carl'Q fraatley of'th1':
It .has-'J long been known'tbtt'' XIiHalmmee's and .Mrs. E. P.: Dann was unite' in J.Mho'. k,-of-Kansas City, ilo.-- under tno..anspicea" of thai. .teacher was a decided hit. __", U.. S..Armyr.ista Klssimmee '.today a ,
landing. field was among maurlago t tea Miss Grace Isabella > Messrs. Daria'aacI Shook are dally Mlsa lona Hough. The musical features '1NI'e catchy enlistisav service la the 3
th.' beat la the state and tIM fact expected to arrive and it l. thoughtthey The supper .netted.the department Haw sI
Bassard on Nov24th.! ia Miami.The : all the ,snap ,that WM,anti_ United States," ,, PhlUiphM I a
that It .....I usdinthisitlnutba. U groom-is a..Kirslmraee.boy?.bora and ,wiI) make ,extensive' alterations. nearly* twenty' dollars. which has at- aandtided. landa Siberia Panama Canal Zone;;
proof' : :in reared There. and' too- bridefromTraversa !: In-' the 1II'OHriJ"' .- h manaim been_ mm applied toward*l_a buying A a art The costumed, worn .WOM' ,exceptktwttaMo&WMO A.JaaU..aacI railroad aBctneeti ft r' ,y '
r ..wbleb'q: ..ihld. 1 1agroticrl.s." 4'.City;: .-,KIdI.; ..tbeir.1IWI7 : Tho hotel ia Bundertha' of Frlys fl'ipg {Isg., ,. and the satireal'reaived FrancoA' man .who enlists'' may:'
t : friends r bare wish foe thorn a long. of MrsjC.1'Funy!! o/: of Topeka; and foe the eaUriAuaea.:;wa.. by ..... ,the' branch; of aervica sad o ;
*' The 'bulkhead eoatra .', ""at.M4 lifr;of-prosperity-aad happiasss. 1In.ILa.: Lang. JoplfaylsgBoard ., ', . country' ha wishes. to nerve .loss. ",,,' I rf!,,
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' '. ,!iI : :," ':,. :>.. I PRESIDENT ; housewife
.... It's .the wise - '

I .. Don tSuffer.with Constipation -
TO CONGRESSWashington who
Bilio.usness Sick ,
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; ": -" ,. Headache, Dyspepsia? and. ,. -Dee. 2.- and permanent pea.ce permitting: return .
ommendations on legislation 'to'' combat to normal 'condition; from the
all attendant discomfort the cost of living, labor unrest, transfusion of radical theql'les- from Postum Cereal
T radicalism and a (readjustmentof the seething European centers'; pending ; '
; II nation to peace time basis were tIn tuch delay, from heartiest profiteer N
I features President Wilson's annual ins resulting in' tin increase hi cost' "
; 'W ./ : message! to congress delivered to of living, and lastly from (the maChinatlons 'i
DR. CALDVELL'SI day. of pjjsii.nato and male. instead of coffee.t For where '
The: peace treaty the Presidenttold volentl! ablatorsWith: the returnto
4 H congress, will be discussed in J i. normal condition ths! unrest will coffee sometimes disagrees r'IIM
SyrupPepsiri separate message later, as"will the tepidly disappear. "
I .f railroad question. The president renewed: his recom- and leaves harmful aftereffects \
t Fpr the second time only aince the mendation for the legislation to Mal .
I, : ? :T/ Perfect Laxative President established the practice of effectively with "those5 pars.>na who : absolutely
_ I addressing congress In person, his iby violent methods would .abrogateour 't I Postum is lI
., read today by clerks,, time tested institutions."
message was '
Cl\ is a combination of simple I Laxative Herbs"with I The President's principal 'recommendations I Several recommendations, some renewals I healthful cereal drink. Made IJ

Pepsin, mild and gentle in its action and 'were: of previous ones, were made '
Ij Establishment of a budget system by the president to bring: down the of roasted wheat blended with 1,
j relieves constipation' quickly, without griping for the national'finances. ([cost of 1ivin ., Among them were '

: ; .-_ or other pain or discomfort.. It is especially Reorganization of the fixation 'extension of the food control law to. a wee 'bit of molasses.: :;{'
, system with simplification of the income peace times for the emergency; regulation -
recommended for children. and excess profits. I for transportation of foods: "
Readjustment of the tar'fT; system1,. in interstate commerce; a cold The extraordinary flavor of ;
to meet chanced, world law modeled after the law it ,
,lif necessary: : age 1
by Druggists Everywhere. condition* and make the system conform : New Jersey ;a law requiring marksto this beverage resembles} that
,, with the fact that the United show the length of time foods are .
50 $1.00
,\ cis. (.:,:::) the States worli"Reorenrizvtion 11 the "greatest capitalist in j''sec'ure'"competitive I kept in cold storage selling and a and law prevent to- of the finest coffee-pleasing : ,>>

A T.I.I, Holt,. Tin B. Obtained, Tire of Chirr, t>r VTrlllm to- ;,11 I relief' for vet- unconscionable profits" by fed. t
DK. W. B. CALIlMELi, 447 \\ASIIINCTON 5TKEET. MONTICI.UX ILLINOIS to particular tastes.
eral license ,
jei: n S)! ittculai'y! i>, the wt'v of ("-;f'Hnll'l1t food in interstate commerce. },)
,[farms and proposed by SecretaryLane. I A long portion of the message was '
'''devoted to a discussion of conditions Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c. I: ,

LIVESTOCK MEETING AT / Proper measure to foster the dyestuffs ''and rights of labor. "A definite program d
industry built' the to bring about '
f up during an improvement ,
war to ke3p the United States inde- in the condition of labor" and Made by "1'a

t ORLANDODECEMBER 10-32 pendent of foreign supply. '{bring about a genuine reorganization Battle Creek Michigan (S
Cereal--Company. ,
An enlarged program for rural dc- of industry was recommended.
\ -- velopmant] in recognition of the I, "The only way to keep men from ,1
1 t t, The million dollar live stock exhibit board of trade, which will include' an farmers' part in the -'l1r. agitating against grievances is to
at the Florida State Fair last I automobile trip through the beauti :Measures which "will remove the remove the grievances" said the ,
ful city and the 'surrounding farm of political restlessness At another
causes in our president's message.
week much of which owned by
was I
ing and citrus grove section, a ban- Lr.jy politic." point it declared, "the seed of revo- ,
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Florida men and women, emphasized'quet and a dance at the Country At this point the president made lution is repression." \wwwwwwwwww www . ; wwwww

I the growing. importance of the livestock club. I.hi.. most extensive refen-n.-a to the I "The significant principles regard-
industry in this state, and Among the live stock producers peace treaty by saying the( causes ing labor laid down in the covenant THE, ,
110 greater interest in the convention of I Ii. having had extensive experience in for the unrest "are superficial rather of the League .of Nations" said the MOSTDANGEROUS 1\\:

;r i. the Florida State Live Stock "AlSo'f' Florida, who will take part on the than deep seated" and! that they''II message "offers'ua the way to indus DISEASE Iii:
.' ciation to be held in Orlando: December j program, are: C. A. Carson, jr., Kis- arise flrom or are connected with trial peace and conciliation. No other P
10, 11 and 12. simmee; C. G. Smith, Christmas; W the failure on the ;part: of our government i road lies open to us. Governments No o.-.r ttie htraaturtbod-r-*sa a**_..()()L1) MEDAL R-tarlent 011 "'I..
The program. of addresses and discussions I F. Ward, Kicco; F. N. Burt, DeLeon to arrive speedily: at a just must recognize the right of men to Important. to health and Ions III* aa the Capsule. at one. Tbey are an old tried
will not be so long as in |I Springs; and Alf R. (Veils on_ West r bargain collectively for humane ob kldne,.. When the y .10_ up and commence preparation tiled all over the world for ,
previous years, in order to give more Palm Beach. A few well known men jects. Labor must no longer. be Find out to what: tha their trouble dutlee 1.withoutdelay. look out! c.nturTh.., contain. only oldfaahloned 1"
time for the social features which from other states also will be pres THE REASON WHY 1 treated as a commodity." Whana-rer you feel I ncrvoua, aoothlns oil combined with
;; ; are being planned by the Orlando ent. "The right of individuals to strike weak, delay I Buffer from aleepleaaneaa.or trensth-flvlna' and eyetera-eleanalnar
..... i h inviolate," continued the have pejna In the back-woks seat herb., well known and used by phyalclani '..
message SOLD
0"" .. Tour kidneys need help. Ttieeeart In their dally practice
MRS ANDERSON HOSTESS AT THE EYES HAVE IT. Explanation Gi--; <'h Explains I "and ought not to be interfered with sit. to warn you that. your kId- MED eL. Haarlem 011 Capeulea are imported -
direct from the laboratortei I.!
by any process of government, but neya are not performing their functions
i BRIDGE. Efficacy of 101 Tonic. (I I only halt Holland They are convenient to Uke. ;:
We believe we envy those people I there is a predominant right and properly. They are
work Ifpurltlea And will either give prompt relief or ,
Ukolr and allowing
Joint are
who will come into the state for the ,that is the riht of the governmentto accumulate and be converted 'your money will be refunded Ask for \
.l Mrs. Howard Anderson was a first time this winter for they are There are three important ingredients ,, protect all its people and to assert Into uric acid and other polaona. them at any drug store but be sure to
charming hostess, entertaining thel I II' due for an "eye.fulr1 of beautiful in Dr. Wiliams 101 Tonic, each I its power and majesty against the which are -.eut-lnr you Monday: afternoon Bridge club and a scenery, fine roads and marvelous one of which has an important duty. 'challenge of any class.: from your you ayatem unless they are driven In :aealed brand packarea Accept' r'r'e..ltutooooooooooooooo.oO.OOtOOO -

,, few friends, this week at Mrs. Buttorff's I Vegetables and' fruits Contrast what They. The are Quinine,in Iron the and tonic Magnesia. clears I' The president was referring to theovernment's ..-----.. ..-_-__-_ -. ..-.--.----...................."" ,. "
quinine ----------- ----------
tea room. they are leaving with what they aregoing recent injunction I
the blood of all\ influenza, malaria or .
r 1
Thr!e tables of players enjoyed : to. and you may form a little against the coal strike
the afternoon, the 'guest price, a (I idea of what we mean. We presume other harmful germs. The iron I The message closed with a pointed
builds rich
the healthy, strengthening ooooooooooooo oooooo.oo.
,most northern folks feel a little bit up reference to radicalism, and red doctrines -
lovely cut glass bud vase, being ( ..
blood which
stamina into .
awarded to Mrs Claude Harper, I dazed at first, for the reason that [ puts and referred to "Russia today .
they are in wonderful, fairyland, the weakened body, and the magne- 'with its blood and terror" as a"pain-
At the conclusion of the games
a sia acts gently on the liver and bowels r
and all that sort of thing. The flow- ful object lesson of the power of mi-
delicious collation was served on tha cleaning away the accumulated f
ers are strange, the bird life is different norities. ,
tables, which were daintily laid with
s the fish of beautiful coloringand poisnD "There are those in this country,"
embroidered linen and centered with '
Thia is of known
I in and fruit I Cv. 'Jltlon said the "who di-
huge size, the message, threaten .
flaming poinsettias. Fruit salad in worth for the of Colds RS.FLOYD
I treatment ;
n rsct action to their will
seem unending. Decidedly, force
groves upona
tall glasses, assorted san/diwches and
/ LaGrippe, Fever, Chills, Influenza
hot [the eyes have it in Florida, and as majority. It makes little difference
chocolate the and
were temptingviands Malaria.
n which refreshed the I they are "the windows of the soul," last Influenza what minority it is; whether capital ..;':;
During year's epi-
The what a message is conveyed by the I or labor or any other class; no sort .
ladies attending this pleasant demic the sales of 101 Tonic increased

.. , event were, Mrs. JD.. Woodbeck,I great works of Nature!-Florida over 600 per cent. This is proof of dominate privilege this will ever be" permittedto . ",:,
Grower .
t: t'li \t u,Mrs- George Gardner, Mrs. H. a-plenty of the value of this remedy country. .
If- ,, ':; Piano Miss Mildred Turville Orderly processes, the message de.cJared. -
; C'I([ for the treatment of "Flu. At the the
i i, tb'; ".,, ',.f' i ', LJlH;. Ingram, Mrs. C A; Carson. NO farm is too small not to havea first sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. relief ,and were reform could ones be by obtained.which Groceries and
'" I,;" i Mrs. DeWiltonAlderman Mrs. Em- to Williams Tonic. ,
; garden. Keep something good 101 A 25 and 50 "Thoso who would I , "
"\ ,mett Brown. Mrs. Claude Harper. 'eat growing all the'time. Floridais cent bottle may be procured at 'your other method propose', any ,
'.' Mrs.Aw,. J. Steed Mrs. SH.. Bullock I, one of the few states where this drug store. this of" are enemiesof ,
I i. sw.< Mrs. P C RntforfT. is possible all the year. Accept no substitutes. "Let those country beware, the who message take said.the

- -- --- shorter." road of disorder and revolution Fresh Meats :

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ChamberUla' Tablets. .
r i iS These tablets are intended especially -' e ,#':,

for indigestion and constipation -
They tone up the stomach and .
enable it to perform its functions i
naturally. They act gently on the Ptione 176 302 Broadwayi;
Sir liver and bowels, thereby restoring
M 1. I :y the stomach and bowels to a healthy-' r \ ,

condition.. When you feel dull, stupid '1: : kt
and constipated Jive them a ., ,
trial.. You are certain,bert i pleased f
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- ) Repeal enter and wbt-fted cuMoman who have u-wd our fmilinf,' ,
A i One of the most interesting events'of '..., veer after year. who always fj-ufly recommend our pods lo dieta) sv)
V w the 7J5 million campaign 'which is neighbor are our beet adven....... Our price: not always (the s''
.. being waged by the local Baptists In II l lowest but what QUAUTY is cent...., never' too high. WriMfor /f' t
; common with other churches of that bared price II... or vend order and you will be mated right ':\\j{',
denomination was the address by I -,I-ERr1L INSECTICIDES. SPRAYERS. POULTRY SUPPLIES! I' \1'

;4. 11 r t 4 r i Mrs. Janie tree Bose, of Kentucky, I u.O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville.; Florlota ;y;Sa
who spoke here Tuesday to a large I 'fl
audience.* ""
Mrs. Bose is the state W. M. C. was there to make a'sketch of drew, Hour like a feant. For tiher. 001
'organizer. She was accompanied by LuncHon was Just orer, and l! tllIY toddlers there la a varied ('
Mrs. H. C. Peelman, state corres she was talking to a little knot of|menu sometimes Unci-Ja BUcult f'/lj
1y t;. i , 1 pondingsecretary.. women. The first words I heard. )>nil milk, sometimes] Graham Crack ,a1I,
ll A reception was given in honor of [ slid quietly Into a nearby: scot,wer ers. Oatmeal Crackers or Ltuich lils- r J
I the. distinguished visitors during the "National Biscuit," recalling: plea cult. This Is changed, on special ,h,or
afternoon when the ladles of Kisitmmee aptly, DIY own tasty Vueeda. ..Lund, occasions. to Old Time Sugar Cook- ,
11 11r"'U were invited to meet them in eou. I liked her, and I iNentons and, rarest of 1 ;
IUll! the church parlor. Mrs O. B. Falls, fortatly as she spoke a'; (ire Guy when we had '
Mrs. Marion Carson and Mrs If M. and ears busy [ce croniii and Nabisco and those ,,
Uunffinmll\IInU11l! \ Breaker were in charge of this ev "Petween the dark and //darUght,, IVP1'O our parry da"s.JIbe I
> v" \ __-.. ,,---- ent. 'They were assisted by_MIL J. was" t<;;uctt'T'"'i" "IWRVA! oon..n't hin C iir Is Just a '
about smokes, Prince,Albert E- Lupfer, Mrs. E. S. Hall, Mrs. W. bit'at paus 1-us"fapptly, -
ulhi. TALK to' standard II. Jones, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, Mrs. :J. teems wraltln' and listening-for th ha. ts a'l, anti made us sure they
t a joyhandout A. Barclay, and Mrs. J. D. Jeffords children. Since they were tln> "ould Leoop coming every day ,for ,
f, that just lavishes smokehappiness on who served a dainty collation consisting things, I've given that hour ttJ n 'raft and I both know we must feed ..sLables

'' man"game'enough to make a bee line for a of salad sandwiches, cakes, wafers First'I,tad children, as we must i
every tea anJ coffee. Then when the "So, If we would !li ito i.
, tidy red tin and a' jimmy pipe-old or hew I The following is a list of out-of-town toddle I d after their ;;
attended the rue In mv. ways like 1*
1 Get it straight that what you've hankered for in people the who speaking: Mrs. D.receptionand H. Bon- no ''011'' ady to *,.

;;;' ,,A r pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll fin c1 aplenty nell, Mrs. A. E. ,Turner Mrs.:, E. R.: .Child 001 up tent toAt ""' '&':
t, Wyman, Mrs. M. J. Coppick Mrs. tISCII
u in P.A. That's becauseP. A.rhaa the quality Earl Schofield, Miss Artie: Montsdo- an em

"" Albert bite :a, Mrs. O Vreeland. Mrs E. E. pi eel, (;1't
4!! .. You can't any more' e your Smith, Mrs Helena Robie, Mrs. E. eJ 1 '

t t t r' tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse IN. Hollonbaugh)] , M. Pucket Foster, r''''

drink.wben ,he's off,, the water! Bite and parch are cutout Edith) P. Elliot, A. J. Thurber, J;
Mrs. A- B. Daniels; Mrs. F.' E. Des-
k- : by. our exclusive patented process t . rhner. Miss Elisabeth Wardii Mrs. F. - the "\)
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-, :; -4L E. WjJIams] ...Mia. ; G. l:r rDa
" d 4 You just layback', like a ,espial fehow add puff toTeat E.. Hunter t and Miss-.Jane Warner, r r r' top today fl'

"' C' ,the cards and'.wonder'why a in samhill. you didn't,nail a I all of .81."'' Cloud,,r and Mrs W.. N. : market list by alp, ,,)

i "" Rouse, of Bristol ,V..... the unanimous
,,'the: P.iA/smbkepasture than caret
a ,, :you .'--'. Vote S 1

: to rpmemberbackl I I.;, ::$_. , CORRESPONDy- : $ ; : :i pad were or'...w of the family 4IIIOGIk t ri;,

+ I .'' sq,.....Aa..t _I).WI A.... ',....... Ii NIL:. T N4 bap.. : o'w v The Gazette wante eorreepondent PoorTaa tin_,' HXTIOKAL/ MKorr COMPA-IT t but al1$71 ,,'{
? IIhrwl.-.Ia-? .aBOssBlls&f-tssf jkssstf 0 MMMsf CeW;:tH1Ut&M9/ -1iIJ.. I Itltat.IW la every community U(Os-ceob county : en .,.dainty, ,all, .'+\.i iI .
tit, ; : < 'A"Nee/"""" ""w' .-IrA..tesi Send in the 11..1& 'will ''ulp.the .....tu. Muth. IIC ..r GGI7 Nctlonal s y ,
r kc, t p ..jRBtTt TOBACCO ag.dslh.n aMth.t A N tAe I M....eA Nrhef ; s:t :i e.r paper and will 'kMlt.ectioa" 'be.tee j 11I&...- They at.. saoet lovable a_ t rrotfncta can! be.when.niTbables .t During uW 'i
f "u i .
thepoblK > ; moat tractable after they've had rears
were pow1.4
R. Tob'acco Co >Vin. -Salem'N.; C y A t .aomrthlnf eat., _National Biscuit '
' aLal'2.0%, ;JvReynold : : up 'we tls ee.mI. ed the asn,
: Welcome the''I'; i'r
'1)) ; ? ; palnttea aIKJZ a4bD oat drew Mora with.'tI. taatg,,LeslL

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r\, THE KISSIMMEE VAUET;'GAZETTE. FRIDAY.) DECEMBER, 5 '1919 _, ,= *.****;*' "" "'' ,t1llUlJ'i ",

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I Valley GatetteiI x fied.. {with. "a'return. of but;. -.- 5.per- -TWf cent "-;;: J IN) HOMELAND I ,.

'' I I Referring to the Vallev] Gazette of 1 will Invest ''on ,Its', being fire from 4tRIGLEY I

21st ulto.. the article defending unnecessary risks over which he ha -
$12.60 deposit for water, and I no control else he will prefer ttav- GRAY

ki : light,, was perfectly correct from. \ the, ernment bonds. SECRETARY Of HOME _
; Nose and point .of the resident owner, The house owner has no control' BOARDJ' SETS OUT SITUATION
s Every the. writer missed the 'vital dif over the city's water and light col. .
r From between resident owner, and:! lector. He pays his taxes to ,have CONFRONTING SOUTHERN
Invested in rentals. this work properly done. ' BAPTISTS THERE.
G Stomach ,
the I| Obviously the resident owner-.can 1 H.. pays also for: light, more than c a package
risk. put up his own 1250. twice the highest rate of any other 5
Gave I his' guarantee his municipal plant of which publishedrates
r ; own meters .
.billsI I II I are at hand. $12,000,000 IS GOAL SOUGHT before the war
A t. ;;
L t 4 aysWhen ooos I II I I I 'But nevertheless, the ordinance: I One town reports a profit of 102. r ''t'
L I:' ? t>7 a eold la requ'jringf! tjxe.) exorbitant deposit, ie'''092 for the past year from a rate '. ...
habit of prohibitory to investment in rentals 'of 5 cents K. W. I' I
tb. air w. ; per ,rhls Sum Will Be Laid Aside From .
Jf the cost of running the plant 'J- .
wf . armed. though Klsiimmefi greatly .
pared for "" more good houses to 'rent.Building' hel" 'so enormously in excess of Baptist 75 Million Campaign FOr .;
ran ftp thmfor* or limn, dl.. plans were completed and other municipal plants, it; would bea 'Work:'Among Negroes, Foreign'rs a packagew
'' "I ban bn : consideration when the said satltfaction! the taxpayer to be 5c '
%' for a Ion. i was passed 'but were told why. It cannot be on accountof and Other Projects : during the warS Y
Tamp"There'* :; promptly abandoned when it was wood. Lakeland bums wood. It -

} plea Ito tar what the parctlcal working carrot be labor, California has dearer While I20.009.000 of the $75,000,000 ,
head Loan .nd Upon : of the ordinance would be, and labor. To the man in the street; lo be raised in1"cash and fiveyearpledges
aDd It w-rald non house for renting purposes; has an explanation, if granted, would be the Southern Baptists be- k ..
r' rY' cleared, My been built here since .appreciated.The by
fool and IDT I that the council is "ob teen now and December 7th will so a package
' I I A case illustrating this point, is plea c ,. ..
valuations for .taxation to foreign mlsblcns. $11.000.000 will o.lSevoted *
war* racelrlnv estate in my home town which liged to fix high eY
,{ fcoortt a Invests exclusively in buildings to or high millage and it mattersnot to .mUslons. at home, it has
,fl twttle Improved I felt On nt, and has over ninety pieces un- which" is a dubious 'principle- been officially announced. Home mi. NOW )
0. more topped rental.. The manager claims to It reminds one strongly, of a' man sloe- Is retarded by the Dau.t. AS -

and' the drl ; : something over 6 per cent by who should make and a budget for his ,uUe,.. essential as foreign missions, "" el 1 1

tinning ft* .. tau. management, but if h* had home expanses; then say: "NowI I the larger sum betas set aside for the .
r4' late to guarantee the tenants water and am obliged to have this amount larger
-r:: latter cause by reason of
ferinf aa light bills thus risking his closely but I haven't itI must get out and !
Dreco arts dl Held be ered-pr.cUcaU: the
i. tion of the ,calculated! 5 per cent, the houses rob some one," 1 to THE FLAVOR: LASTS *m
acb. aa It la would be all for sale and none for I Has the council never heard of entire_world. _'.
,{' wbere blood and ;retrenchment Tis a goodly I
Its tonic
I tIll there not a similarity to that scheme and not' ov 'rworked. e'
pro \ipt benefit I' .t ,
.y ned. often 0"."' here 7)) Any Investor who is satis-L. EXPERIENCE. SO DOES THE, PRICE!, .. .
c D.eorsold I .
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J U* BIG PARADE MR. WILD WRITES HIS HOME h a y( RgYr ."., r )t.t.l' 1

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... RARER{ :' ''I'
1 THOUSAND AUTOMOBILESFROM Mr. Frank Wild, who with Mrs. {
EVERYWHERE. Wild is spending some time in Kis- w
simmee has sprain written his home

Greatest Throng of People Assemble paper the DeWitt (Neb.) Eaple describing .
; ) to Open McGnire's Door Ever the delights of living; in ,Are
:' Kissimmee at this season. Mr. Wildis
1 Before See*. particularly pleased with our fishing -
\?, and tells about it in his -letter

k' r.Kco.: Outing, Flannel, Bleachedand which follows:
1,..;' unbleached Domestic, worth 3.V I Ki,''timee, Fla., Nov. 14, 1919. u r

I rk;>. + snd 25c a yard far 12ttc a yard; Editor Eagle. Yv
./ $1.00 Brooms for 22t: Octagon Soap !| Dear Sir: Thinking that some of Z *>
for 2c; Coats Spool Cotton for 2c a'''''your readers would be interested in k s

spool; $25.00 Ladies Silk Dresses for the sports of Florida, we have decided -
s $1.00; Mien's $10.00 Coat for--fl.OO. | to send you an account of this
O. 1". KRIBB8 and a thousand like unparalleled week's experience.
bargains brought to Plant City Monday we went to Canoe Creek h
crowds by the train. load .Automobile with a party of six It Is twenty DR. B. D. Gray
KRIBBS, load and whatnot I miles from Kissimmee.W> sure had Of Atlanta, Ga., Secretary of Home a. > The greatest throng of people everseen .a tine day of it. Took our dinners Missions for the Southern BaptistConvention
K. assembled to open the lelling'out and stayed all day and made a big( ,.-
r .........' sale at McGuire's, Plant City, ,catch of catfish Invited the partyto I + j
' last Wednesday at 9 a. m. dinner the next day and had a jol- "Twelve million dollars Is a large

I The commercial I ceremony started ly good time. After dinner went to figure' when compared with what as I I U r
W. with a parade of over 1000 Automobiles 'a' creek a few miles away, by auto, have been doing heretofore,'' Dr. D. B.

'. heavy loaded with eager bar- and made another good catch. Gray, corresponding secretary of the .. .
'j gain hunters from everywhere. Wednesday we chartered a large Hrme Mission Board at Atlanta, declares --
Offices: : 8, 4 I Train load after train load Lineand motorboat that took my wife and I,
"but It U reasonable In
in from both the Atlantic: Coast acoomp: n 'i Seaboard Air Line, bringing: earth of Hebron N*b., twenty miles comparison with our ability and smallIn ',..
: Kissimmee, men women and children from all ''to an island and left us with a rowboat comparison( with the needs of the
( I :directions, over 10,000 people it in coming for us in the evening. Home Mission fields"Setting
r'I ,. DR. estimated will attend this sale which There we had the time of o.ur lives forth the particular obligation --
,11'L will continue up to Wednesday, Dec.: catching trout. You cast a trio of which confronts America since'

124th. '''hooks over the water with a pork the war has transferred the center of
.;:. Successor: I' Nine counties have been; canvassed I rind attached to them and the trout education from Europe to this coun ."

:' Over '.0 thoroughly: that not a man wom- I jump for it with great, speed and try Dr. Gray says: "This brines a />6'
OFFICE an or child have been overlookedfrom force. The first strike I;: got excited day of and
new opportunity responsibility
the thickly settled city or rural so that I just waved my hat and
tree *
t f Ol& to the obscure Bo- to our people. Our schools and UNIVERSAL
most country gave an Indian war whoop. Mr. THE CAR '
1'7 district! in Hillsborough Manage, 1 sarth said, Wild holler all you colleges must be strengthened and en
; J .Lee. DeSoto Polk Osceola, Pasco pleace but don't tip the boat over. dowed. They must be made thoroughly
; Sumter and Hernando counties covering We left the ladies on the island Christian: In fact a* well as In the The Ford 'car'can'well be called the "peoplescar

235 cities, towns and email while we were out on the lake after or)'.. In this way we counteract ," because there are more than 3,000,000 of
villages ,I. and when back: they the vicious of and her
trout we came Ideals, Germany Ito
I them IA daily operation. That is about four
Road work covering 1,150 miles were all excited over having seen a allies la'i the l! world war. Our youth 'I
,. manned bv fourteen 'Autom bUeal. :|young bear cub that they found nos- must be trained on proper lines as to one of the nearest follower in the motor car
r crews heralding the news' were out ,lIne around the tree that held our '
trllglon and ethics. This can be done
industry. This would not be so if the Ford car
for a week going into every home dinner baskets upon their return "
and farm tacking advertising matter from exploring the island. but in our denominational schools. had not for sixteen years proven its superiority'
l. Some.of the educational Institutionsfestered
from Bradentown to Brook.vllle.from Yesterday we were out again on
: in service in in the low for
I and
1 Tampa south to Ft. Myers, the lake but it was too calm so we by the Home Mission Board durability, cost ,
) north to Sumterville and east to could get no strikes. Came in and are the forty mountain schools, serving operation and maintenance; this :would not be

Kiisimmee and southwest to Frost went to the creek, where the ladies a. residents of the South so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand
t !
proof and Arcadia. covered themselves with (glory each living In mountainous territory where 1.1
I No advertising work was ever so making. a big catch of catfish. After public hlsh schools are lacking. Fully so simple in construction that anybody, and: ,

t S thoroughly' or extensively( brought supper attended aa good a band concert 10000.000 Could be used to advantageIn everybody can safely drive it.. have ."i
direct into the' homes of the :
people, as one would care to listen to strengthening the equipment and in''
eclipsing all previous heavy advertising ao you see there is something doing teaching force of these aohoola. It Isestimated your order for one now to avoid delay .

> Fire campaigns. : all the time. delivery, '
e q so greet is the need
A combined circulation of the The climate still continues to be
t Tampa Times Tampa Tribune and fine, and the water seems to be suited Another demand ot the horn fieldIs OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY
Health, twenty. other newspapers throughoutthe to us both. My feet and limbs the 4,000 church ocganUatloaa lathe 307-9 BROADWAY: l
I. nine counties: amounting to over first South which need assistance lathe c
are warm all the time for the
r 6' bility and 140,000 circulation carrying the bargain time in two year. I am writing this erection of sutable houses of worship ' .PHONE : KISSIMMEE, FLAN

'R news directly Into every home, on .a porch: in my :slippers and shirtsleeves while more pressing still la the .
F l Legal .B : topped the campaign, and in addition surrounded. by flowers and problem created by the presence lathe :fto.
40,000 four-page extra announcements fruit.
South of 10.00tOOO.roe... Speak-
r ,' giving details, particulars and Best, regards to alL tag of the negro problem Dr. tray
. prices, which. brought to 'Plant City FRANK.
, crowds that packed the McGuire's says:. They are' of 'more vital eoicerm .
Department Stare to floor capacity: to u than any hundred millions
f, t :OFFICE:' ,, for the Manufacturers' Surplus Stock Agricultural Notes of people anywhere else In the world.

f I Selling Out Sale including:] holiday --- Socially, politically, economically and
merchandise' and Christmas goods, Sugar apuds'i'' is a new name for religiously- they, constitute our great
toys and dolls selling at the same sweet potatoes.Another eat task and w neglect them 'at our

.,, proportionate reduced prices. grief (is reported.. The own peril aa weU ae their Infinite I')...' ltd
:An extra special trained force of garlic crop of the world is shorter Racial relations are tens and the situation .-
salespeople have been recruited and '
tfian ever before.To calls upon Southern Baptlits
'added to the regular force: to help buy poor feed Is a mistaken nO- ' .
: P for a worthy program in behalf of tkerellcious
Buy I that sell out this stock from to the thousands direc tion of economyIt takes much: of uplift of our brother la EFFECTS OF HOOKWORM DISEASE blighted ,health and efficiency, retarded ...

\tion.. are coming every.- such feed to produce the same re black: We must lead them In sane HANDED ''DOWN' FROM economic progress,, and general
.. Besides, to feed' impure or '
; Railroad fare is paid to out-of- otherwise poor-grade stuff is a direct missionary.nd. evangelistic work and GENERATION, GENERATION' degeneracy: and decay. Labor'
town buyer and Gasoline to those invitation, to unhealthy conditions likewise In the developpment of their. is impaired home standards :.are' low.'.

who come in Automobiles.The in livestock and poultry. religious life on sane and helpful lines. The fearful ravages 'of"'the- bookworm eyed- mental development Is ,inhibited -
entire work Is under the direction During the cool weather before ua We need a large company of the) best' there r
t disease are described: in the and; Is a:tendency: ,.forth;' *
and supervision of Mr: Adam is the time to plant fruit trees, nut wisest and strongest negro evangelistsand '
human machine to'wear out beforettlttme.Wherever'.treatment.I..y. -
Goldman; of Chicago: Ill.,' who has trees and shade trees. Let us make teachers vrho->ahall help us to' lift -second- 'chapter of the.annual rePortof ,I '
made an viable'record in Plant shouldbe. the R ckef.neitFOUDd.Uo& The ; .-- ;-
Florida the beautiful state it their race end! make them worthy
t '. up
City and through. Florida] in previous Nothing 'adds more to the com and worth while as Christian cltisens." (report also tells of the prevalence 'of tematlcally year, fort and beauty of a home than in Southern by rigorouscontrol; of.further infec- "
the disease
of all The:sale] will run for a period of That work among the foreigners in many of.the ; \
F 19 days right up into Christmas toWednesday trees.Why not shirtwaists for men? the homeland offers the best and most states in this country. The report 'ton! marked .Improvement: In,, health

i I ( December 24, giving Tails on shirts :for men add from economical opportunity for missionary says, .in part."Bookworm. I' and general eap.cltyresults-; D
'.k old Coats those who were unable to get there 30 to 40 per cent of the cost in material labors among them anywhere Is the Infection works subtly The report. says elsewhere; "Hook-;.,

for the opening days' ample opportunity and material is scarce and declaration of the Home Mission lead I] through long] periods of time. Its: worm disease saps the strength+ ,by
r reasonable] to attend the sale one day between . high in price. Women wear shirtwaists era. These foreigners are in the cumulative: effects are handed down..such imperceptible stages that usually '
now and Dee 24 to do whatever
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which but shirts without fields, mines and factories and
are are a
the himself does not r'sense
shopping i I. necessary: for goods, from ..generation to generation- The patient /
tails. Of what is the
f: and Dyeing earthly. use I vital part, of our civilisation. This
,r needed or such Holiday merchandiseas shirttail work among the foreigners not only disease destroys economic efficiency: ,any change In Iaf..s''physical

toys, and- dolls, suitable. for gives them the Christian rellglod but and local development on the one condition from ,day to day, untilbee: .
Christmas. gifts. If your business is not worth advertising hand the while it undermine physical powers.of resistance eventually become

Plant City and McGuire's should makes them more contented and bet}[
r : 0. T. be some busy! community from now advertise it for sale in the I ter American citizens It 1. pointed and mental health on the other. s'o: lowered' that the germs of y
and Valley Gazette's want column.: tuberculosis of pneumonia, of ty
on Christmas eve. out. It, I. a menace and an obstacle] to all ,
-I One December .Z4th-Adv.: : Great hopes for the future of -"thechurches thai; makes for civilization. .Asahandkmaiden. phoid fever, or of some other acute, ,

.. "io .Jn the_South Are held out In ot poverty, _a ,handicapof infections disease finds! favorable-
. .,P.*. .ioa ,s u; f. -Oejretl H the enlarged 'program of evangelismand : youth, an, associate of crime and l lodgment i "amTall loo"" frequently"fay .--:. ..

JOHNSTON GARRETT enlistment which the Baptist 11 tal outcome results"' "
r ft: 'ri Million Campaign will make possible. degeneracy: a destroyer of energy it ..
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stand in the forefront of dis
Colds: CaI The Home Board hope to win from <
If :havo'roomi to rent, a small.
LAXATIVE Office* '10.,,'11. and!* Ctttseai Baal 10.000 to 600,000 people in the South cams -you' ..
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. a quarter of a mile from city limits, a home nt for a KINO. Several FOR SALE-My home at Hammock I r ample copy of the Florida Farmer room houae and kitchen. Also IO 1
; : : VALLEY GAZETTE small house. Five acre. under cultivation tenant houses.. J5 acre. good grove Grove, Just beyond city limit on and Stockman, published at Jacksonville head of cattle and a good bunch of ,
all fenced 6 acre. pasture most all In bearing loaded with the Dixie HighwaySt.. Cloud and Tells about !livestock raise range bore, loose on the rants.Farming
fine l location. Only 11000 per aCC'e.On fruits this year, and should produce Melbourne road. Family"i Ing. dairying, poultry, Citrus fruit tool and Implement LM-
Pvkllebe KverrW. FrlasyyKMsi.Klrlr.ew most favorable terms. $10,000 worth ,01 fruit nest year andIncrease fully furnished wide and trucking weekly, ,at II 00 per en ted near Kenanavlll Price lfIO&c 1 i
I ( .. .May Two ACRE! suburban home, fenced a* the grove grow older round the house which I I. beautifully year-three year for 11-00. Only half cash balance term to .utB.. .
...1.rI... and In cultivation fronting the and more developed.: Best of reasons located among large oaks, livestock and general farming paperIn H. Guy kenansvllle. Fla. $1-tf .
1 i rich new land. for selling will Introduce you flowing well, artesian water gmr- the state. Write today.
city very one-third pretty cash..balance In onepnrf to the owner with whom you can ale and _"."t'. qwartera. About WANTED-FURNISHED ROME w
H.rrl.ra..t 1300
K. ;
deal direct[: can buy a bargain 'andon TO acre of land hammock prairie FOR SALE-On' set harnessand >
........ Win make Onelittle Ingle
E. Go Vaas A..w. two yeara. a APARTMENTS OR ROOMS. SEE.
terms of payment. A and muck. Address A. E. brought, good pnaeton. Will .
......._ M* 11 home. : .elII'r. ,
I. great fortune can be mad here Fla. trade. M. D. Alexander. H. W. REAL.
\ ... FIVE ACRES and two large lots Justoutside handling cattle and growing citrus AND RENTALS.FOR .
t _< Mat eel 4 J
city limit. good house
One Copy. One Tear__._.._..:..;.11.00 large room.. besides bath room, two fruits. miles FOR 8AL.B! -One Emerson Typewriter I FOR 8ALHJ-Eighty acre; 11 acre
I from town
One Copy. 81* Month_______.... 1.00 porches pretty location east IIH ACRES fine on model. three ,visible a* rood a* new. cleared and under fenee: fl acre In 8ALE:-Cabbage. plats. $1.60 per ''
One Copy. Three Month._____-___ (0 front nice very corner good neighborhood Dixie..grapefruit Highway and orange S acres tree bearing, alsoTangerines Apply Valley Oaaette. tf. bearing orange grove: tfs.OOO worthof thousand. A. L. King Kiaslmmee. ;;
1I da''barn, sheds, chicken and other fruits. :This cypress timber on tract; four- Fla. 4WLI I
I '!. All communication except from our house and number of varieties of year's crop' goes with place: 10 LOST-A email fold broach with
authorised correspondents must beIgnvd fruit In the yard, elevated tank ac"oKO citrus fruit land. i acres Ruby *ot. Suitable reward for return
by the writer.Rejected with water works, engine and water extra rich muck land some of to Gazette fftc... 51It.
"I... matter will not be returnedunless piped across the little farm. I 1
It In growing cabbage
,; called tor.Entered Horse. .row chickens and hnuseh.Tidfurniture celery crop p.o:: and potatoes, halfvegetable t LOST-A ten dollar bill. Kinder return 11
i all goes Just ready for crop goes, also 40 hens, i to Gazette office and receive F1wicIMo
I' .' ( In th. Postofflce buslnma fine poultry, farm, also some cockrels. 8 hogs 6 room house reward. 61-lt. l
...e. Florida aa .ec nd-clu. KIUlm-I' good vegetable land, considerable all for 1X600. Time on part If de
orange and grapefruit trees, somenow sired. Better hurry It you want FOR SALE-Two pair of Iron Kate a 1
l ::1 Y bearing. All for 13500. this snap B ft. by 10 ft. A. K..LroUKht Hammock
FINE SUBURBAN farm of Five Acres 5000 ACRES unimproved land about Gr vc. 51-tf. ;
just across the street from city
EMBE half prairie land unimproved more
x Rn limits low taxes, big house, 8 rooms than a thousand acr.'. fruit land, FOR 8AL.E;-Fire Insurance business.
screened In, east front over- balance good farming land owned and tax paying agency. See .\. E.
Korches the city and lake bin lxrn.norrw by a Northern man will sell for Drought: or phone 2S2-J. 6J-It. 4
.t., chickens, and young fruit 17.60 per acre one-third cash, bal
1 \ tree, pretty palm and shade trees ance In one, two three, and four WANTED-To get In touch with parties 1
anuut the nous., delightful: home years. Interest 6 per cent on defered desiring lighter-wood In stran aS
\ 11 1\\ + can make termS and give a bargainfor p This land Is of It Inch length. Preler to sell In ,.
: O $1(00.ANOTHER of "h..nt.dn : t, adjoining loin one to five trans or more. J.
.. V FINE little farm. east lands held at three times the price. L. Barber. 60-tf. IS ISo
: front big house, bearing grove, Located near. East Coast, right at a S
nice fruit trees right at city limits, railroad town. YOU can make LOST-Will the person whofound an I sJJTI1.a
; 'j good water and fine home place, money out of this property. Overland Crank on Vine street west. .
,. ATE ppES excellent shade trees, can make 'ISO ACRES farming and fruit land. of Bermuda avenue, on Thanksgiving a0..t5te.eti.v Ii
good terms and give a bargain deal H4 mile to Ily. station, on county please leave the same at this "
1 w. direct with owners. Come, let us road and telephone. line, small office, or room No. 11, State Bank
show you a good home well locat- buildings, and right Building T 60-tf. "L'L / .,
p convenient and valuable at acheap at :hgoofrd church. Northernman I I
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1919 price. owner wants to sell at bar LOST white One month marked ago one black and V.4 I Y IIUNCLE
.. I, (TROVE AND FARM LAND gain price and easy terms. Comelet shoat crop and ta-
blefork In each ear. Weight about
f. ADDITIONAL LOCAl S. 1000 ACRES good land near Klsslmmee. us snow you. 6O Ibs. Suitable reward offered for SAM'S MAILS safe and and our splendid 1
are sure
j county road on two sides >fthe SOME CITY homes at bargain price return. H. E. Smith 11 Broadway.
J-- '. land. fenced and cross fenced, and favorable terms of payment.Come ,I
'. AH1' the late Victor Records at '805 much of it Sine prairie rich dary let us reason together. We E0-2t-pd. for giving prompt Attention to mailed deposits are
Emmett 'St. Phone 218. 51-2t. soil grows extra good grasses. have all kinds of city homes, farms WANTED-HAVE YOU ANY (
finely watered, fronts I miles on and Investments.
.)lr; and Mr*. Jam..1A. Allan hare beautiful lake owner ha* a magnificent THING TO SELL? LIST WITH the result of a careful studied effort to .satisfactorily serve a large
arrived from their Toronto horn* 'to borne on the, beach. new NEL.O REALTY COMPANY US. H. W. ANDERSON & CO.

: spend the winter with their relatives delightful spick and .place span, to modern live. and Some most extra FOUND-A small um of money. Apply REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS. and constantly. growing list of out-of-town depositors. '

{I, G. Al Briggs and family. Wrv and land cultivation; Just the' at the Gasetle'ofac.and Identefy LOST
friends last place to make fine Income and have the amount. -String of dE.b4dt..I RewardIf
1; t Mrs. Alan made many returned to Jl. 4"tf '
:.1Ii' wlnterrduring j their stay hers and WHEN YOU CAN'T COME. TO TOWN .
their)return will be learned with .. .. oo. .ooo..oo ;; ; DWELLINGS Tiller for rent Apply to M. ' ''I,' " .' *'** '"1

Lea pleasura.1 w I, USE THE ,
:, 1 I' It cost 91000 to hear Caruso in The :Kissimniee Telephone Co. FOR at attractive SALE! !-Second-hand price. Oseeola Ford Motor ear "e..I.j,*' ' MAILS'1. II>). :',:'!t'I' ;
H\ Grand Opera; ,but you can hear him : Co. 107 Broadway. .
at home paant times for $1.00. 61tR NOTICE ;TO PATRONS I If yea will drop us a Ha we will gladly tell yom .
FARMERS-Send today for a free
,be Witt Brown and wife arrived
this- week from Mount Pleasant 0., Tie Kissimmee ,Telephone Company announces that a new more about it, cad incidentally a few good *..

i where they have spent the summer. directory will be issued, corrected np to December IS, 1919.
... They ware accompanied by Mrs. All persons 'who are considering installing a sew telephone reasons why you should ue:this baak. I J!
Brown's 'sister Miss Lucile: Hawthorn The People's Favorite .
i should do 10 at oaee, ia order to make sure that their numbers will
; *.' tMr. Brown will begin his
t '. 'workof reorganizing! the high .school aopear'in the new directory. Abo, all persons living-in Kissimmee V :

1. 'orchetnl'.t,one:*. who'are BOW served by a party' fine who want a private tine, should \

:.,:' For :Rent-Little farm on Dixie make arrangements'for' such dau,. before>> die 15th .f the .month.INEZ 8T TEBANK OF '

1 a 1' Highway mile and a half from city A- CARSON Manager. :
limits oft Kissimmee extra fine land
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good house, stables, and sheds. Nelson .oooo. .oo .o.o..oooooooo.ooooo.oooo. t

Realty Company.,, :
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Th4 well' know residents I -' -
following '

k. of Orlando Oseeola: ..the'today county meeting. from'were. 'of'Xissimmea Florida"visitors,Live.attending' to-, i S A V E |!4:M 0 'I'EY RESOURCES, $750,000.00 .. Capital $100.000.00 ,, ;,

Stock4 Association: C. A- Carson. Sr., '
L Donegan.' C. A.
'Carson.YrsdsassF3.; JBass,, Pat WohL. .By buying your Groceries'from 1 ni| Read'the following fist .ol Writ ,: ..
,) ton. < : Carson, Officers and Directors! r i ;
x Banford.. (tC. B., NcCauCb.uReport.= .gradeioid, whicli! we'are affcruig'at rock: bottom prices: '3.8e and ,
;er-Star., ,j"> -, C A.: CARSON;President M. KATZ_. E. L. LESLEY' Y.. '-P.", .w.

k4 ,Great'Red' Cron, Better ,,and Always J. D. JEFFORDS,' Cashier xA ,... "
pleture "Fires These Ire j. I '
Prices '
of Faith:" at.Casino friday.:pec, 12 ... J A ]jFo.r' Cash. . Strictly Fresh AtTaylor's N. a CARSON. I M.; KATZ, .' ra;;, :'':

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: Bishop' Warren CaDdler/ the M. .. C. .. .CARsON. H. FLEMING,*' ,.-' t
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E- ChurchkSouthewas.ardlaUngufah-; .Lauen'a.1>erfecUonaFlour..1.9QMary 6 bars Octagon/Soap...' .50 N. C..;BRYAN. E..Z...LESLEY: ,. ',,: ,
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't ed visitor. vU...,, to> ,Kl.simmee.< dowBfronivOrlando'with.8 ..this..momIng. - ,Gold Oleo,, .better"'than: 6 bars '''P. 'A G. Soap......' .50 Grocery J. WADE TUCKER, .. ,

.., ,. ",S. Gratin ove > in the Jatter'l car -=-:buti r;:'t y-1t: :;'::::_::-.t5' 'bare Naptha Soap_.__.... .60' Dlrecton.'I.'

n and spent' a abort time looking, over 'Darts"Baking''' Powder ..... .20 11 bars Export Soap...... .50' tt,

r, ,1 'the.,city,' taking, the 10:40 train
points south.. Presiding Elder Hll1 Peaches Powder .__......__... .50 '
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heavy"syrup, No.. 2 .39 oooo.oo.o.
1 burn of the Orlando district and 'Rev -, oo.o oo oooo o .o'o.oo .o. .OOOOto ooot -
D. Wj. Cason,. pastor of the Orlando Apricots, No. 2 J..__-._. ,24 11 pkgs; Light House -.____ .60 ,
i Methodist: church: ,,'were ',also in .thepArt7. Irish Potatoes, 15,. Ibs.:...'.. .65 Honey, Boy S. Rising,24-lba 1.80 V t

1P < Alliance coffee; lb can.._. Lady Clair, 8. Rising, 24-lbs 1.70 'I''I't

: .Road: .. Snap Shot, Self Rising_.__ 1.70
superintendent. Farmer .caiu,. .40
is in, of I Oats 100 Ibs ,._;i;;-,.-...;. rl3.40
receipt ,two 2-ton Nash.Quad White House Coffee, lb can: :! .54 MONEY SAVED ; '
auto trucks +sent here by 'the 'State I Shorts, 100 lbs .___.._____ 8.70 .
Road '' from' Senate Coffee, lb can....... ..54IJudnut. Cottonseed Meal ..___;'.__ 8.50
Department .Johnson
and loaned toOseeola Camp county-: .' Meal 6 IDs.25 Wheat .___.::::._________ 4.75 .. ... "

t.or"work on.'the public roads. These: Hudnuts Grits, I 6>> Ib.:..._..,. .25 Ammonia, bottle __.....___. .25 .- .. .- i

aresome of'the trucka: purchased. by 2 cans Pork. A Beans, No.2._ 25 Turpentine, per bottle ...... .10 '- : ;.'

b; war the ,'government and which: ,were for use allotted' during to the the 2 cans French Mustard .25 Camphor per bottle ....... 25 .. \

r several states.after hostilities closed 2 pounds. Navy Beans.__. .25 Castoria, per bottle *_..._.. <.30 IS ". "" ::1!

Supt.. Farmer, says they will prove a 1 pound Cowpeas ..;...._,. .10 Sulphur, per pkg. .......... .05 "
Epsom Salts .....__ ..05 ;,t
to him in Kerosene per .
Treat help
expediting road Oil
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: gallon .... .20 Vaseline bottle _.____ .05 t
work. per -
;, Oat Meal, pkg. 13, 2 for_:_ .25 Machine Oil, per bottle_____ .20

Macaroni S packages: _._ .25 Sweet Oil per bottle__.__ .14 :

Classified:Adv rtisernents Spaghetti, 8 packages .25 Carbolic Acid per bottle:...._ .14 MONEY MADE :: : 'l'l"Y 4

Lard, per pound ___.. ..30 Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle.. .14 :
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n vA White Bacon Chill Tonic, 666 ______..... .25 ;
J.oST--Bman leather handbag.! Malt : per poupd.' .80 Black' Draught ___.___..... .25 : ,
I. '. .' In .It addressed to A. I). Btory. Find. Picnic: Ham.., per. Ib. ....___? .28 Quinine ..__.._.__.._,.__. .25 '
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I'f' f. A ,*."> + *'- *- ** *"*
: 'Mr.-, and:"MrsTJohn: Hart/:.:and ,Mr.; : ;
and Mrs' E; B.:'Lemman;'spent""last 'CasinoTheatreWeek ., _
'I ITEMS OF A WEEK Saturday in St. Cloud. '

For Sale.-Five' room bungalow, of Deer glh '

modern conveniences Price $1800, KArpoJEB '4 ",P., M.NIGHT, Till : !
. Tooth P..te,'as good as any, only
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ca.hJor terms. 'No agents.
, _. CDC'-at'CentraI; Drug. Store., Fanner * ', MONDJtT COMING ATTRACTION
b Olive InTI4It.8PITE'
Wlalter' Bass deft Sunday night for. Mr. and Mrs. Flewelling and 'son BRIPB:" ;
Gainesville after a few days vacation of Orlando, visited ..tJIG' home of I' Select.PERli .
at home- "
Mr and MrsHart' this, week. ,! / ,THUNDER MOUNTAIN"TUHSDAY 4 '. .
Before'you decide on 'that Christmas *
At Christmas time friendscan -
Present, see our' line Central buy anything! can give them WID. I-I.v..nham In" 1
S you .
Drug MV.' and Mrs. Ira Belt'ot Jackson- them made at -Wilder'u .. '* Star Cbmddy, '
'--..-- -,- ....4tBI..w8-.H T..,!!.. .. EXTRAORDINARY
fllta1lrV11JItfntrrelaUves'ilenandat ; ; MT:-B.-n.rien. of'SavannahT "
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Eigle1 Lake. [Ga., has arrived for an extzndcd ,visit ,.lIt.; .Cloud Minstrel Denedt.'G. A. .R ,
modern at the home A. ,S. Branson and Hail Fund. "Pee' the Street ParJ'd. : . I ,
per, family- j,Hur SU Cloud's Singers and JokeCrackers. .
Prlcra, S6o, 8Sc. and SO
Company .j I 'A Christmas 'Gift'; h for the whole! I 1 cents.. Reserved. m easels- _a t' .Central ,' ;
Mrs. LaRue Alderman who family The New Edison! '"'The Pho. Drug Story '
","w. been the guest of. Mr. and Mrs. E. -Lx nograph-Jwith SouL" For sale by(I, _-HI1IU1DA: l' ,t'o "
Lesley has returned to her home in Ma. Marsh In Casino Theatre KissimmeeWed'sday
'Central Drug Store. I HIDDEN FIRES"
Geneva "Fla. j' Miss Louise Marshall, of Dayton,j' Gold win.' ,
Two 'tllrniahed houses for also -, :Rollln Comody, "
rent, the in Kis-
Pa., .is- spending winter ""'ORDER'IN THE COURT"
-some, nice rooms for light housekeeping i isimmee with her'' sister, Mrs. Wlm. I I' FICIJ'\Y.' .' :
can fit you out quickly 'Galligher. '. "Fire of ,Faith." Red Cross. Special.
Nelson Realty Company., *i.U Just think! You can now' secure 1 Mack Feature.. Sennet Come', December. 10 '
, A arrived Victor Records of the world' best 8MOTHKRKD LODE"Prices
" II 15.. 25 cents.
, artists. for tt:00-at: 306 Emmett St. ". _
," Gilbert by the way of the stork, Phone. 218. '" 51-2t Elsie Ferguson, "TI1HDAY'In ( ,
route, ;has been named Anne Hiatt. We have a client for nice bungalow day, evening far Moore Haven; to 'v Artcraft.P .
modern part cash, balanoe take a position onthe r.llroad.t .ar>. "THB White BLACK' pSECRET."ode of" e'
monthly payments. Nelson Realty that plaes. He intends to return 'Don't miss this three. reels of fhrllls. '
.' Company. *. next yearSeveral'- ,I I Coming Mondaypea_ JSth._ THRROYAL 11E.I /V. R' r :
Miss Harriot Sherman, of 'Jacksonville j tracts of land" for cattle ,SCOTCH HIGHLANDER r
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was in Kissimmee this weekin growing cheap apd: easy terms, BAND. ,
the interest of the Red Gross "where no feed is required exoptnaturaL4Erasses VETERANS; MINSTREL p
'sals. Miss Sherman is state direc- of' the pasture; Nelson Red Cross Tooth Paste, only 25c--.
tor of i nurses for the Florida Anti- Realty Company. at Central Drug Store. It's good. + '

Tuberlosis. Association. i I Will Mason Tiller, who ,enjoyed The F" H. Lawson store changed Composed entirely of Laugh Producing Entertainers, who are Veterans'of ,

Mr. and. Mrs. V. P. Keller after a (Thanksgiving with. hi!s parents, Mr. hand this week, end Is now under U. S. Wars-1861. to 1919. Every number en pie program. a screamto
pleasant visit of several weeks at and Mrs. M. Tiller has returned to+I the management of Jennings Pre .
Miami and other east coast towns,I his duties in ,the University of Flor- vatt. the finish
have returned to Kissimmee to >ida; where he is a student: I11, For Sale-Two pair good'work
I spend the winter, and are located at. Make your'Christmas greetings .1 I mules, belonging to Oscccla county- A. Home; Talent Minstrel With Seven Professionals. '
the home .of Capt.; and Mrs Clay '
.Johnson I personal one. Your Photograph will]See L. R. Farmer. in the One Veteran hat"performed in all the world's treated nnnctrels, aid BOW whs* re
add individuality to your massage,, The Fennell barber shop was mnv- Troup
John' Bodlford leaves Mondayfor ,thoughtfulness and good will. Get ed this week from the Graystone Ca- tired in oud at 80 years of' age can keep up bit part of producing the laughs\ that helped to'.

Kissimmee,' from which point he them at Wilder's Studio. 502t. 'sino building to the R. T. Butler I make DOCKSTADER and AL. ,,G.: FIELDS'famous wires Le played before ,the footfights,';with' those
$ .lolnl,a 'party]of ,tourists for a hunt- Mr- and Mrs. A. W. Johnston building. minstrel. organizations. $ t>
'isnd fishingcruise through the Lieut. R. N. Johnston, R. A.' F.. of Djer-kiss and Mary Garden Sets
rivers and lakes into the Everglades Totonto, Canada and Mr. H. H- adjacent to Lake Okeechobee.Punta derson, of Caledon, East Canada, arrived Store. Phone 41. : (
Gorda Herald.A by motor! last Thursday H. A. Matthews of Lakeland for -By a Veteran of.the' World War. ,
pl..nt' reunion of old-time McKennls and Ot- merly a resident of Kissimmee is

friends at the home occurred of Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs. John Day other terbeln.season in Kissimmee, and h' "'* f-anHinc friends-+ today in the city greetingold This Minstrel is Given' for Benefit of, the G. A. R. Hail Fund, St., Cloud')

Walter. They, with Mr and Mrs. leased the pleasant home owned by Twelve Photographs-twelve holiday \ ,"
Mason Skinner of this city and Mr. I Mrs- Morrison on Lake street. I I remembrances. Wilder makes , Veterans in the Troops repre ented saw Service ia
and Mrs. C. W. Fleming of Reading Rull Base Cal McCaughcn, of Kissimmee them. e y
\ Mich., who are stopping with the and Riley Godwin of s+ I The G. A. R. minstrels: of St. THE CIVIL WAR. THE SPANISH-AMERICAN .WAR. ;

Walters for the winter, sat down to Cloud: have Recently purchasedorndsome Cloud will come to the Casino THE PHILLIPINES THE ,BALKANS. : ..,/ |.j bountiful
a Thanksgiving dinner and new Esgx cars through I- '
the fact that the three families resided Frd Bass the local representative.We .1 They indebtedness are raising moneyto the THE MEXICAN BORDER.. ,THE' WORLD WAR.
off the on '
in Grand Ledge, Mich, made have a client for a nire little G.: A.pav R- hall. t And most of thenr are also. Married!I..' \. v' >mot ''' T

the day a very enjoyable one. city! bungalow that can bs had for I For. Sale-Ferris stral .White Leg- r

small cash payment balance In 1 horn hatching eggs and day old chix.A. SEE ..rTHE NEGRO KUBELIK ", -
How, Glasses Preserve I monthly payments with interest E. Thomas, Tel. 216-3 rings. 46-tf {r: \'I- '
,, payable monthly.for Come sale ,Nelson}let us Real-have GeoM.. Taylor has rented the old Who has performed before Crowaed Heads tkro.fho. .t the world. .Positively. the oriflial black iiolia..,

! , I ty your postofflce building from H. C. Stanford artist whose acconspEihments iadnde the latest soap and dances ceatbiaed with Us ow. ace..-, \

One's Youthful 1 Mr. Cranford and family left Sun- aratorv. and to is moving having his it fitted grocery> up prep-store paaiment oo the vioUa. .. _- ' .. +

day for Punta Gorda where he will to that stand. /
begin some new work for Murphy &; For Christmas. The New Edison ADMISSION, lit 12 ROWS _,.._1_________50c Remaiader. Lower Floor ..__...._____,,:;_...35e'r,

;?, Appearance$ r of department Mr. Cranford of the was strip foreman'of the "The Phonograph with a Soul" no BaleooT, Adults -,._,...+..-._.-._3Sc Cbildre ,. _._,;:.._ -,-----.---.:---' .::-25"FLY : '
better made For sale by Cen- ,
Dixie Highway being constructed Store. [SEATS AT CENTRAL DRUG STORE ,. I
\' It, I. often urged that between here and Campbell station.. Orange Blossom' Lodge of the Masonic .. ..-' .. 'S n SR
.A.. S..Brunson road'master for the
h 0' Classes will make the Fraternity, at its .regular
. wearer look ''old but .asa Atlantic Coast Line stationed' at
); meeting held Monday night, confer ,
Kissimmee, left Wednesday for a ten
I \ matter of fact,wearing Entered degree
red the Apprentice
glasses is one of the best days' inspection trip. Each year the '
't", "" v preservers of a youthful road masters of the A. C L. make on Ernest L. Green. F FE
.. appearance. this inspection of the entire system, An extra selection of Christmas iii (lill ill JI IIJiijllllllllllllilfIlIlIlUIlIlIlIlIll lll IlIlIlIllIllUIIllIllUIlJII.11I11I111111I11I1111I11I111I111 1.1111 '
, going as far north,as Richmond Va. Gifts for every'' member of"the fanx*
This is -because., prolonged ly at Central. Drug' Store. Phony
.Mr; Whitlock, wife and'twodaughtera.arrived ,
, eyesight causeswrinkles' ,, in the city from .Jack- 41. ;
,., and "crow'sfeet" sonville, 111., Monday evening and The Y. P. S. C E. of the Christian
to appear HIGH"Every
prema- are located in the Leon Bass home church meets Sunday' evening at
turely and, gives the North Main street Kissimmeewelcomes 6:45. Topic, "Truths That JesusTaught.
countenance a stained ." Leader Miss Rhea Pherigo. .
these 'wishes for
people'and ':= ,
tired drawn, cross Ipokwhich invited
them much happiness and success in: You are to attend.. jJ"" .iI"" ?
is far .
more to be .
avoided from a point of our ,city. There are obligations you can't pay, = 'l'Ilh, y .' j" '... r'IfI!t 1B
view ''of appearance than 'Mr. and Mrs. C; D. Cole, of Chicago but there .is one thing Photograph-you can Wil-always : Tuesday 'J ,; "' .
give-your ,
from any real or fancied have arrived in Kissimmee and '
disfigurement caused by are so greatly pleased with this Pity der, the Photographer.The \ ,

glasses. that they will spend the summer folowing are the subjects of Effective Tuesday. December 9th, and each Tuesday. '.
here They are old-time friends of sermons at the Christian church / .
-In- We fitting use glasses particular and care in Mrs. A. T. Morrison and were her r.ext Sunday" : 1100 a. m., "One Sure = thereafter.-we shall have a ship at theKissimmee .
Test eof .
Thing 7:30 m. "The
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for f Shell Hammock p.!
guests a e w days at
the selection most becoming of m6untings to- before taking apartments.They Conversion"' Everybody welcome. = Landing Field prepared-to carry passengers; v It; '

each person's individual are now pleasantly located at Remember Victor Records make -= 'I <" ..,

style of. beauty' 220 Beaumont .avenue. very. acceptable Xmas presents. 61-2t : ; : .;.' -
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has advanced in price : ,: .
Everything : '
"The Red Lantern" gives Narimo- t:::: ; _
but Victor Records. 61-2t. ,- RATESI , ,
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unfathomable .
W. L Sanderson Co.. va the star 'of depths, '
a dual role which reveals the tremendous Mr and Mrs- T;; M. ,Croley and
t lac..Optometrists s... range of her rare artistry.It three interesting' children' their.arrived home I 15' Minutes, $15 ( Minimum) u '30"Ml, udcs. $25.
is of'' deep undercurrents Wedne.daytevenlng! "
I . ft Mannfacturijif .. telling-a the play story of, an Eurasian, girt( In Memphus, Mo. They will -spend =. Stunt.FUght,,$1O Extra . .
winter with,theif'relatives, ,,'. "' .
Opticians. -the 'daughter of two races .-who the Rev' == -' "
26 Broadway Kiuiinmee feels the eternal conflict ,of the alien and'M7s.W..iL..Coleman., :' \ ,'f =t P" 1 .. ,I C(: ', :",
," bloods forever raging within her .'Read our Advertisement in..the -
fla., soul.';A It''' is a theme to awake the Classified list. W. may have just : Book; 'Your .F.ligIiJ'Not.U.l See, Sam. LupferORLANDO
pulse of .the heart and fill the .imagination what, you want. If not we will get .. ;
t.; with 'the irresistable lure of it for you. Nelson. Realty Company == ,.s.\..,q ."'''''"' j
r secret A.Ia-witha splendor like the f j
All members of the I Eastern Star m
":".)>, .. day and a- the, night. are earnestly urged to'be' re..nt at '
, Casino next' Friday.' the meeting;V Thursday, December11th I AIR SERVICE: ;
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; ,, uun, at which time the Grand Ma.. ,,,
. tron.will be "present.' A cordial'' wel-. e5 INCORPORATfD"/, : 1 *- ,%..' ,
l'. come awaits all visiting, members.'Tine "
'''t., .. '' little farm near city, cheap == ;. .Y_ p .. ,,. ,
: -. : ,j "We Are and booklet easy to'terms.interested Particulars parties.. and NelsonReajty free llUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllPllllllllll$ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIlllltttt1tI{ i

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The second meeting of :the B.; LC's ,
,was' held at Eleanor Overetreet's.Clam ..tWWWWWTrwnrrrrrrrriChris ' '; '

a O'aCk'lM:( E Again club. Tucker Delicious"was refreshments initiated to of the assorted i ttti as'. RED CROSS ;

ti meeting fruits will 'Were be h served.ld..t. Geraldine The next . _

.. Wehaveraty! 'business block to Is Coming: +, .
.. -,- ..... .. sell as. an investment._ Come, let us ,. .. -... '-" '
1" show:you 'bargain. Nelson Realty ': -" "
.'Ready'to Jake''Your" Order For'.ThatPIMor Company.I' Be euro and arrange,your' time '
: Those in attendance on the board "c SHf
, of county commissioners Monday, that you canspare a few' : <;
were: H. H. Hull, and J. HSmith, moments'1 to. visit'' .our' Studio..: ,4. ;., :
;i '' of N.rcoolleel Gabe Whits and C. E. It will be ''a -pleasure,'to show 1
/ tiR I Reynolds of ;::s t. Cloud; C. S. Acree, r'.,.
r Latest Styles for :: I'
of 'the Point j and B. G. Hancock, of you our # a '
'," '.. '- ';.,' Lou : man., ;:
jQifLand Holiday :
f. ,,, ,,' Wanted-Pine timber, '-30 Ihcnei ?. FOR-: LADIESWe ,, ,:

..' ""r long, to vO feet 'long; will pay a goodprice Portraits. .j ,
/ ' ', fo,rgood lumber, DIXIE LUMBER ' ,
: AND. .VENEER CO.,, TAFT We feel assured that after ,have just received a; large shipment of the fames"Red'' t
r in and Hear the Latett'' FLA 50.4tpa'Thomas' < 'you hare- looked over our .'' 7
Drop "0, : Cross Shoes.. Call in and ace them. ,., ''
, :if.. :', ,Honuby, the twelveyearold latest offering you will be '
,. :} Victor Record' :. : ." son of .Mrs.. Belle Hornsby, who convinced that a sitting;'will'ben : We also have a 'big line of the well''Lnown'i.iberty'Deli School; .

r ..-'.:' : i'>::>'. ___ y'f' "w:.,y .:: ,:. _, _r : from lives _'In"his Cape jlhorse.-whlle, Breeze_Addition..out...riding'- fell ......worth' : 4rhtfe*..;M. . .. ".. ,Shoea.--' .--0....... .'... ,. -.. "'.. .-.=........-.:..z.-.., 'r'..".'.......". ...ilL-':--= ," ........ ..J".. d w., ...._...._.... .
>: ,;: Brack streetlast Tuesdayand' sustained Yours Respectfully.WILDERstUDIo. ... -
a severe'fracture of his right ,

'R. DeWITT :BROWN., :J:: arm.Joint. His;,;'and arm-was Dr.''Dnnawsy broken at.'wbo the attended elbow i :, '' ; .: ,FkR': END' S'' .., GIL; ; BE R 'T:

: I";"" him, found it ' I ' ,. .. ,
( 'Phone'218 ... 205 EmmdtSt.-; : carry him to Orlando"for".an ':%:-'aJ 602t. -' t'

,L ,' .... ''t' f! : examination.. The. little1 patient' ii i .................... . ... ..,. '
\. J" ". : now resting as comfortably. could '
. ', ., be expected" under 'the. \'circumstance- Subscribe: for ,tft* 'Valley ,Gasette.'.EnrrW Who b'A>yU4y,Admtises ,Their'"Wets" ta The VsHey Cawtt., +'
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{, :; .,DR. R. THOR: WEAVER, County Agent; STOP ..1..00KRE .

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*Q ,, ,FOR FLORIDA FARMERS .HOME, DEMONSTRATION CLUB I ** i-riAf ruuurijj j'yLnjxrij-u-ir-rui-rLj--u-r t-t r-
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: There J are" many things the' wise I The monthly meeting was held at
i cop : and industrious farmer will observe the demonstration kitchen Mond y.

a, at this season of the year to increase Doc. 1st. The. following' ladies were, 'B'ig Meeting .
home comforts and better protect present; __ Agricultural
his property from the'' rigors of winter Miss Smith,, Mesdam,... Allen :

; . . while Florida has a compara'iiveTq'fnlld'Z9tmate'she Briggs?, Fripp, Alexander, Morrison
-- -zibo--gtowm-"Cottermanr <3oletnanjBestMle ee ...'. T- :-" - '_'_ j "" ._' "''"_!._"_".'.!!."," j jVV'ii"-1"*""" -"- -, '"!i" _:.-.. .... ""?-__ '_ ______ _" ".... ._ -.__ .-ijn i. ,.*.,U11 1...*..::'-' .....,
p many of the semitropical or less I Emma Yowell II. C. Best, and Elizs- 1 -f.
i hardy products which, even in our bfth Cotterman. '., '
'I Ii
I climate, requires special protection 'Mrs, Brings demonstrated raisin and. Farm Machine Short Course
(i in winter.. Warm periods induce' pie Mrs. Coleman, fruit ('cake both ,
I bud expansion and bring on a genes ,,of which were pronounced by all as , -
I al tender condition in some of our most delicious,
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i trees, ornamental shrubs and tender' Mrs Best snowed the roselle ,,fruit( '
i i't, : perennial vegetation.Most when ready to pick, and also the 'Jelly TO BE HELD ,AT '
of our sugar cane .and Japanese made from the fruit. All who I .
k'' i I( can has now been harvested.have tried this jelly and preserve
Prof. J- B. Thompson of the Florida consider it superior to cranberry ORLANDO FLORIDA
t ; Experiment Station says that where and the plant is' as easily grown as ,
rn j I t the stubble is intended to supply a the tomato, and yields an abundanceof
t ratoon crop for another season, a, fruit. .
I plow or single shovel should be"run Receipt. for Making< Ruin Pie Jelly. ; December 12th
on either side of the row throwinga tt ,& raisins (Sultana or seeded), Friday
protective. ridge' over the stubble. 1 cup water stew for a few minutes ,
This. practice not only protects and add H!h' cup sugar 1 tablespoon
against' extreme cold but alto decreases butter 1 tablespoon corn starch dissolved
the dangers from: drying out in water, and boil up once.
:"- W" of tbe. stubble In case of excessive i Milkjess.) Butterless Cake. on Central Gardens '
"".tfroul'bt.. '. 2 cups seeded raisins, 1 cup ougar,
o Banking or wrapping the trunks 1 teaspoon cinnamonk teaspoon '
{ "of young pecan trees requires but each of nutmeg and cloves 1 cup : .
little time and may prevent,much |water, 14 teaspoon olives, Vfc cup on West Central Avenue at Edge of Town '
loss from cold weather. The crown orgrowing lard 2 rounded tablespoons of cocoa
points of palms is the mostsusceptiblto dissolved in scant $4 cup hot water. .
injury from cold and, Boil all together full two minutes.Set Hours, 9 a. m. to 11 p. m. _
in tender species these should be off to cool. Add the yolk of one

r protected by wrapping with dead i egg 2tt cups of flour into which put .A.E..L: DAY :a2EJE-X-X:: JGr
grass, damaged hay, or other mater-I I scant teaspoon of soda and rounded -

Ials.Sweet potatoes if handled carefully -|'teaspoon salt. baking Sift all powder together, with three pinchof or Lectures by H. S. Mobley and Mrs Adda F. Howie, Speakers of National Reputation. AD subject illustrated by Field Operations,

and placed in a properly con'' four times. Add teaspoon vanilla % Charts, and by Moving Pictures. I
_.traded and located".pit"Will supplythe .
.and beat well. Bake in moderate
: spring table when In potatoes late winter are and relatively early oven. . Large A.t. Tracks loaded with Improved 'f\ f\ MOVING PICTURE REELS ON AGRICUL-

,. scarce and the prices high. A good I Do You Enjoy Your Meals? 9 Farm Machinery for Field DemonstrationM \M TURAL SUBJECTS in the Evening at the 9 ..
of wood is asset on the |
supply an JJ
meals Tent.
do 9 Big
farm tit any time and the farmer If you not enjoy your darting at a. m. .
keen will forth your digestion is faulty. Eat moderately -
with insight put special -
effort to have a good supply prepared especially of meats masti-
and in readiness when cold eats your food thprvughly. Let five INTERESTING' EDUCATIONAL ENTER TAININGCome

,; weather arrives. Transportation difficulties hours elapse between meals and take
and the dangers of a coal one of Chamberlsin's Tablets Im- and see for yourself why the proper me of Farm Machinery will Increase Production and reduce farm labor and expense.
t shortage through labor troubles, may 'mediately after supper and you will
'" tend to create an Increased demand ,soon find your meals to be a real FREE FREE FREE
for wood during the coming winter. pleasure I
Under the auspices of the Board of Trade and in co-operation with the Stale College of Agriculture State Department of Agriculture,
: ) :" FARM DEMONSTRATION AT and County Agent


ORLANDO NEXT FRIDAY Everybody Should Hear These Great LecturesAdvertising

,, A big agricultural campaign now leading authority on this work She
touring the ,state will 'stop at Orlando in owner of 160 head of the finest V- -- .
j on Friday Dec- 12, for the benefit Jersey cattle in the United States Cottribnted by
of the farmers of Orange, Semi- and has been winner of champions at "
dole, and Osceola' counties; and will the National and International Dai- COHOON BROS JOS. BUMBY HARDWARE CO.,

be free for everybody. ry Shows and Panama Exposition. Dealers !In
The meeting. which Is under""We:[lBe.idei famousin dairying she is
auspices of the board of trade is under lone of the foremost women lecturers International, Harvester Company's Implements.
the direction of Prof. H. S. Mob- on home economics and home build. ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
ley, ,of. the I. H.' C. in co-operation lug which has been .of such great interest -
with the State College of Agriculture to the farmers' wives.
,-: ,' county agents and others interested -I I The program commences at nine
in better agricultural condi- o'clock in the morning and continues
tions..It* purpose is to increase farm until eleven o'clock at night at the
production and make .the,farm home big tent, and embraces nearly every I
more attractive. (activity of modern farming of today. OF FLORIDA'S .... . .... .. .. .......... .......... .. ...... IfS
The campaign will be in the nature -I At 9 a. m. field operations begin by FOUNDATION
of demonstrations, and talks deep plowing, spreading manure.
showing actual field operation., using I 1 disking, harrowing and rolling the AGRICULTURAL RESOURCESAs
,- w the latest Improved farm machinery (hand, making the most perfect seedbed Experience .
.. ,'chart talks and moving pica I that science can produce. Each I
i, tures. It will require nine large au-(,operation will be explained and discussed we have stated on many previous I railfall. Florida's normal annual l <'
,; to trucks to ,carry the necessary to show what effect it has on' occasions, agricultural and 'rainfall: for the. whole state is 55 '
j,, paraphernalia and apparatus used %oil and increasing crop production. horticultural success the world over Inches, which is more than double Great Storage Facilities
y e ,\\1" which Include modern farm machin Plowipg, which Is one of the .great-. may be computed in percentage In that of the United States; this annual It . t.? . *i fc,r .; a s.. :i \
)V'el'J'i hundreds' of chairs,jest arts is often the" thing less understood about the following ratio: I normaJ'rainfall, .varies from 40 ' '' (.'\\{. ,\, ,'t ' jJ \""\'\ f1 ::.. ',. ,
'. .' moving picture and lighting outfit., by.' many farmers. The Climate _____________80 per cent inches' at Key West the lowest in .,, !. ;tfo< ; \ ,,1' ," ," ., '
i :, nine,reels, of pictures, 'charts, slides,'demonstration will manifest this. Human brains _______15 per cent the state to nearly 70 inches at FortLauderdaie "
and many other'things. The party Soils will be tested and correctives Soil _________________ 5 per cent which is the highest in
<, j t with the motorcade includes Prof. H. ''suggested. While this work is going These few words will apply only Florida.
6. Mobley. Mrs. Adda F. Howie and The rainfall: in Florida is not onlyin
to the first of the three mentioned
In Ideal I Formulas
but it is also we offer you Experience dating from '
., nine others. I de-liver essentials in the 'production of man's great abundance
r Prof Mobley. the great speaker requirements of food raiment and quite well distributed, with the advantage the very beginning of commercial production of Florida
.t r : ,known'''throughout the',United States dies in the tent. shelter coming directly or indirectlythrough given to the summer This shows
the value of
r for his :famous agricultural talks, I In the afternoon soils, .crops, crop the tillage of the sojl- months of greatest crop vegetation crops. experience not only proper -
which:have been' ao beneficial to :farmers I rotations, fertilizers, livestock' and The) dictionary definition of '"cli- growth. The fact that our principal materials correctly proportioned as to availability but the

is a very practical ..and suc |system of farming will be discussed- mate" is given as "the atmospheric rainy season comes during the need of perfect physical condition at time f'application.To +
'cessful Southern farmer of many The thought for the afternoon work conditions of a locality affecting life: months of June,. July, August and -
i,, I :'years' experience. ,He'ba. been will be to begin with the' soil and health and comfort." e September furnishes ono of the secure! this condition, the fertilizer must be, made long
ear '.r chairman of the National Farmers' plan a system of agriculture which Now let us see exactly where Florida chief reasons why Florida has, the in advance batched and reground. 'This calls for 'enormous '
: Union for a number of years, and ac- will include livestock so as to economically stands here. Biologists as a whole finest summer climate in America
-1 '# r 'tive 'In. farm, organization. work for Ii and permanently maintainthe agree that the optimum temperaturefor sooth of Canada and below the 4,000- store house capacity. Acres of flooring are necessary to insure JlA
\' .a longtime,' ana in A man who appeals ' soil fertility. the human animal is 70 degreesF. altitude above sea level; the other goods being thoroughly cured seasoned, blended before
ti I to the farmer. , In' the evening 'Prof. .Mobley will The average normal annual temperature three :factors in,making these unexcelled .,
4 of .Mrs.Howie the famous dairy!cattle deliver hie great address on com- :for the whole state of Conditions possible,, in Floridais being sent out to yon. t

'* raiser and farmer from,Wisconsin, munity building ,which brings in the Florida ,is '71' F7 which is the fact that the Atlantic ocean Labor is l high and difficult many other expenses 'and
where she was one of, the first exTtmentta relation of ,the the merchant just one degree higher to the,east and Gulf of Mexico: to,the "
of 'extensive,, dairying. and i and business, .methods of Interest timum temperature authoritative west;with no spot in 'the interior vof problems are to be met-}hold, fast to all the Sure thing, ,
'k 'bas, done ao much, toward making to both. He will show why agreed upon for the human animaL the Florida peninsular further removed that make for your .sutteesBy: choosing Ideal;Fertilizers' ::" ;',
2 that ntate famous for, its dairying. the farmer. the.crute.t of all producers In fact the normal annual.70 degree .than 60 miles :from ocean or ,
She has toured, thai ,world in her ..hould/ have his prominent F. isotherm bisects Florida in almost gulf,',and finally the"fact:that'there ,you }have eliminated the fertilizer problem.;; Over 's quarter' '1.1*. :t.
p. ,"study of dairy cattle and is_today. a place in social aad: economical','welfare a'straight line'from'' Cedar 'Keys on are no elevations in the state of century'of profitable field results are back'01 thenu Why"takt t'V\ I IJi,,
.' .- - mankind;: 'i Rural school conditions the;", e.t coast ,to Micanopy to Satsumai Florida showing an altitude much: In ' ' .'.
will be taken up and improved ; Heightsand reaches the east excess of 800 feet'to stop and break unnecessary chances) \, ." ,: .M(f
"ONLY! ONE THINGI'BREAKS methods advocated..',Visualizing I coast near Summer Haven, some 11 tbe life-giving ocean and gulf breezes -\
i 'r, teachers, and' including of vocational mile. south of St. Augustine. .that continually range our beautiful .,
subjects, to make the school work Of eqpual importance to normal state giving us the very best all '
1 MY :GOLD!, of interest to: the child will) be sug temperature is the making of a the-year-cumate to be found on the- ',
gested., Also in the evening: nine great and productive agriculture' is American continent:: ., "
reels of motion pictures will be .. "
'K shown, including sheep raising, dairying Wilson & Toomer,Fertilizer Co. i '
the contest
,WORK ed at ,
',. ,!'Thet'a Dr.. Km '* 'N.w DJs.coery'for' power farm machinery in operation HOME Jefferson County: The home Demonstration Mannfactnren Ideal! Fertilizers t
: emphasizing,. labor saving AMONG, CLUB GIRLS ArjD? WOMENThe club Of, Lloyd has taken .j i
w fifty;y *n .' device, home canning and pre.en"ing tges taken, from school improvement in addition tothe Jacksonville, FU : i.1:
following up "
methods of foods and
t vegetables The, club reports
og1d-FIMaICOr"t of the home ,
.t f home conveniences and others. recent reports of some
wide 'as'the first fruits' of the meet.inion' ,. '
show the -
s f -iudained' Nine reels of the most wonderful and demonstration of work agents that ie being done by this subject, the donation of .
interesting pictures range .I:
on agricultural
,. quality ,water cooler. to replace ,,
-; NOTmNG'but subjects.- these women, and also some of, .the three sanitary ,,.,.
+effectiveness cant the. buckets now in-use.
'. arouse enthusiasm' Noth- The demonstration will 'be at the good things accomplished: open have -
in this county put up
I' ; but sure relief,from.stubborn old Urge, tent located on the Central Pinellaa County;. At Lealman a The clubs .
of choice
Info 200 jars :
than pint
'fi- showed ,her cannedfniits more t
1 I club
rt "JI" d. and onrushing new ones, grippe Gardens, on West Central avenue girl for which! they SEEDSNew
with much pride, fig preserves, :
throat-tearing coughs, and croup could at the edge of town. The meetingwill and Jellies "
,tf';; Js.theha made Dr. ng'e- New Discover be here for one day'only and we and also a wrist watch which she finding,sale. :
!i. nationally popular,,and standard with made Oskaloosa County: One club girl.rear !
h .
cannot had purchased money '
suggest to our readers a place '
+j remedy, it Is today. '. '- where 'they could spend from her small garden. ,This year I Robinson, and bar mother havea Spring Catalogue Ready'
a more filled
f Fifty yearn old end always reliable she plans to specialize In tomatoes. store room and the caller well
splendid and
'Good for the whole cnl family.' A bottle In such practical day farmers reap the and benefits speakersas of Marie Anderson, of Lealman has with canned :fruits and loud vegetables in her- Write today for copy. If you are a ,beginner; you need! the in ,, _, .t;,

t k i {', lived cold or' OOc.means and a abort-,1.20.l . Prof. Mobley and Mrs. Howie. sold the roosters' from,:her Let flocjc'forpantrqSwithacanned mother's praise The of home mothea demonstration was work, forma contained in the, booklet if not a. beginner you will!! :.*?/,
? AU druggists.: Give it a trial. The work carried on in other places oods. Thomas saying'-that not a member of her want it anyway. 4:"
has:been highly praised and gV
profitable -
to the farmers For those who I McDeWitt. of Pinellaa Park who family knew how to can until the .
;.them and now they KILGORE SEED COMPANY ):
I had but a pretense of a garden Ja.Cyear. agent ;
attend the livestock
.Regular'Bowl'_ !. Health : meeting at has' pretty one now. His can everything they have., "It is the ..
:we suggest that you attend , -interested and has' best way the county can spend the Plant City Florida :'.
ly Bowels that'I move spasmodically; this meeting! also. father became farm folks the

4 free bould one be day healthfully and stubborn regulated the next by ->rKing'a I IIf yoa have anything to sell, tradeor can furnished have a irrigation good''that. .;Thomas, most money,, good and,?.does she said us .....o..oo......000.....000 O' ...oo..o..o.; oo.o ., flJ:

.1 } ,New Lifer Pula this ; 'At ,the Mr. Wl F.'report' ,
Flt waj exchangeb:7..J1J1: "ad in classified !Santa Rosa CoUDty: re'quest'ofthe Suwannee County: .. 'f{
keep the Impurities of waste matter our rd fireless.. .
lIChool. bo
you column. : ; agent the- on .. Ylor-"Count .
been enrolled"fn'th.'boy.and 'T Attended'meetingof
bera""haV6 ,: --- -
? ': from circulating through the ays- to the. Short cooker )made under the agent's ad-
bowels has given ., girls' poultry work. The Agent County Teachers'V Association and
'tem the
br cleansing thoroughfcrand to be award- asbestos'used for lininghe ,
: promoting the) proper,flow oJ ,.:Success with poultry Is not-ealned Course_in Tallahassee. vice.' The at the 'iron foundry has organized the women of I>ania, talked to them on;the weighing and
; in a'* year.. It require* study, time -. ' collected Deerfield and Davey .into borne demonstration measuring of children and the health;,
f ., "' r V ilways4voila'' patience .and strict attention to the Tbe OuW-Tsst Da Hot Aftct the Bead whereVit bad been used as packingfor clubs. ,'" crusade plane: That work Awill 'be
> ir ,The contaln-
Jt J ,,, comfortablav. yet essentials so to in ......... ..d tutive......LAZATlva piping shipped I<-
necessary success M IN .
4. ; Dr.s.Kings New ute Pills ...I.better raw.rdh..rrti .*, and stones',used in making the Putnam. County Have :requestsfrom begun, with I their'eooperation., Just
' precision without the eoQ8t1 wore any line of endeavor. The world ..nOMOQuur.- ..... doe toe .._ .-'. ..-.. soy cooker COlt different people to .all 1st in,, as soon as scales and literature can ,
b violent .. was not made in a day,. nor does;:a ..... Ute Nn wee Asstsoh County ; : '
of urpUu.of ,- yo. sea :a.sber I Broward, :' About 90 menv canning pigs and. five beeves. be obtained.oi ,- T, ? ;f".JJJ I
",1" { 0&0" sea
become in N ht. w.
-at aJtl ,lrp stm, boy a man. a day. s esu PIe eipYaie
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-- -- - "' FLORID'IIDEVELOI'MENT.i' ) :'i iI "
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ASK ; AN'YM.AN --. , : ::4' WHISKY FOflll:'.

Whereas, There have' met In the,,ration of a state-wide, organisation, .,
city of.Jacksonville, 'on N oy.mbel'i I an appropriate name there- Flo
25' 1919, upon call issued by Dr. W.i|for' define the scope of its activities, cotiANOjJffNewEllzir.Caaed'Aflliroli)

y F. Blackman\ president of the State ,,,to fix its'place of,business, to:select _
who owns an Live Stock Association and others, and employ the necessary: force to w
'.\t" / associated with him, delegates from, opferate! it, and to provide for the : -

. ..,.... f'. '! J and representatives of, the various financing of, said organization ;: t '
trade, civic; commercial, professionaland The organisation committee, together a1, Medicated:With Latest
t social organizations within the 'with such others .as they may ,Scientific Remedies, Used:
ry state of Florida; add. I select, shall act M the board of directors "Endorsed ''
Whereat, -There baa been presented -: of the association! ,, until .its .and by'Faro. s'
a recently to the various organized first. annual meeting 'pean and 'American'Army-: '.
bodies wUhln the state, and to' 8.. Resolved That the committee, .Surgeons to Cut Short'a-
the aforesaid delegates assemble, a'' prior to effecting the organization ,
Car resume conditions. as they now exist ' as aforesaid, and as a condition of Cold and Prevent Compli
ssex within the .state) of Florida par 'sudh organization, shall satisfy itself cations.. "
ticularly with ,respect to its unused, that the work of the .association
and idle lands and) with respect toproblsme s+can' be i adequately' financed. It is t

connectedwlth' it. development ,(suggested that' the. committee shall I : : ; :
along are stock agriculturaland 'urge upon the landowners,: thetransportation '
4 horticultural lines, rural settlement .., companies, the banks .
schools and roads the creationof and other,organized interests of the While You Wait at Counter ;

markets for products, and the.state to provide as possU : If Relief Does Not Coma', ,
) like; and I|ble a "financial advance" or "under '
y a',,, The state of Florida.has writing pool" out of which the initial ..Within.o': _Minutes.
I more unoccupied and idle landa that :.expenses of the proposed organization -
am available for profitable .use.than may be defrayed until a system Delightful Taste, Immediate 4
for his of it. We'll be satisfied let '
opinion any: other-st.te'in the Union, and it 'of annual financing can be deriaecl Relief '
being apparent that there is,need for and Installed and that such advan'ces Quick'. W'a.rm-Up. N
coordinated and concerted action!'i made by the participants in such I
YO.u base your judgment of the car entirely with respect to the development of,,.pool shall be refund.di.from. the Tie .....d of th.' year In the-

the state'a resources, now therefore,.treasury: the association. ., drat trade.I.I Aspiroaal, the wo-
I''we, the committee on resolutions,I] ,4. Resolved'That..steps be ,takento minute eold'sad r cough reliever; a-11 I

j4pon what he tells' you. :haVing carefully considered the. ,.entire get in touch,with other:bodies interested torles tborltatlvely" tested gnaraateed, approved by:'aad the "labor *-'. I
; 'most'
subject matter, present, our eon- in the development of. the
J -- in ;entire South in enthusiastically .endorsed. by the-algh-
Ielusions the form of a, of. ''particular with' the set authorities sad
resolutions: triM, r common tea times' ,
1 1. Resolved That thenfor ,ment i Organization of.laltlmore, and quick aad effective'as people as ae r
That should be liberal who has the time is and the 'with'' the Land Owners' Associations whiskey: reek:
enough to .ti.fy'eftD delightful surprise to everyone ever ripe for maprogress and'rye'or any: other sold sad ''
terial of the state demands;'of the-several states. to the end that hare .
the most doubtful. Yet we know that every' ridden in an ESSEXDon't a coordinated, .and united effort: to,,.Florida I may .perform.her>part In all remedy 11 All: they erer.lrtod.nowwith supplied' ;
develop the resources of the state to effors .'toward state-wide development tketwgsderfulaew i
> ..
Essex boost his Essex -elIt > r-
owner is going to oar, take word for it Let the 1 epU
our car the of. unused .
prove end that those who are now,citi- and idle lands andresources. ;roll have tf de to get ridrof that acid,
snot because of his friendship for the firm itself to you. Come in and drive one for zen. and resident within the statemay .!of which there if a, greater late step late the ...... drug store. ,u
be made more prosperous and amount, in the Southern elates
head the clerk half a \ for bottle
: that sells! them but because the performance yourself. You cap go just as fait or just as more secure in their prosperity: and than 'any other-portion of our..cora. of Asplroaat aaA tell hia'te dollar. serve a ye* i

slow as you want to. Run it over any kind that others may be induced: to come mon country, and .at the same.time.receive two teaepoeafnls.':with four'teaspooa- ;t
of 'thecar is such as to receive enthusiastic among us, casting their lot without' ,, her.:* share /'!ira k< ailr. benefits f uls. of 'water! ia With year
approval. of who knows of roads. Then come in and if you are in and become citizens of the state and thus accruing. .v n" watch, in your"las.tawkj? the'drink;
any man or woman the market f or. car we have an ESSEX aid in the development of her now I I 64 Resolved,. Finally,1 that w* at ... mallow aad.eall for':you olesjey-
and appreciates automobile merit. idle and unused resources. As a would impress upon all ,,- these",who bask to. ..two minutes If. you '___. i
ready for you to drive home as we have justWell mean. of effecting this end we unan- may: have. to do.with' this organization feel :year eoU faoiag away like

received a shipment of these cars. imously recommend that a state-wed1 I i,I and all those who 'may participate within the'tlne limit.TV' *t fee bsshv-
venture that you will be willing to admit development organization formed therein that, the 'way: .is.,lone f uL jforv all-dreirgists Invite'you') wtdl 9
and incorporated. and the task arduous,. and. that the ecpeetyou tei:tr/vtt*.:',"JErerybedyIs/.
that its lines are graceful, pleasing and aristo With the delivery quest< as it .is now it I p
fl 2. Resolved That Mr. C. S. Uckerbe goal i. only to be won by: persistent doing"lfc,,:8'*H4v.1f > v ->4.-1i';Pus'
cratic. If you will come and ride in one we will pay you to come early. Phone 106 or made chairman of an organization poneveranfo long-sustained ,effort, Whoa your cold, or eougi V UT re*

know that you will be pleased with the manner 424 today and let us show you what the ES, committee of nine other members unconquerable zeal, a clear ideal,and Uevee. take the remainder of the bottle +
to be appointed 'by the chairma ,an unselfish purpose to succeed. The home I to your; 'wife *ad babies,"*for r
in: which the motor performs.: It's quiet SEX really can do. It will be a pleasure to nof this meeting representing an resoures of our state will never be Aspiroaal is by far the safest sad aCId

powerful speedy performance has proven a both of us- nearly as possible every section of developed by any agency from with effective, the easiest to take 'aa4. the I1UmretTereliMJtke
the state and the various interestsand out. Its accomplishment and the most.agreeable HId and comb remedy *
activities within the state and time thereof Is in our hands. The far rnfsnts sad ehOdrefe-Aev.. : Jr l

CARS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIA DELIVERY that said committee be empoweredand time is accomplishmentrests I .. - .l'.,
directed to secure the incorpo- with us. _
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SANFORD : : FLORIDA I The Florida State Nurses Association : Florida delegation of Congress, the
at its annual convention- held in speedy passage of said Bill. -
Jacksonville Fla., on November 19, I Resolved Further That certified, 4 '
FRED Me BASS, Kissimmee, Florida has unanimously gone on record as. copy of this resolution be forwarder REAL ESTATE
supporting the Jones-Baker Bill (S to the Senate and Speaker of the
'1737 and H. R. 2492)) to secure relative House, to the chairman of the Sen- ,
rank for army nurses. We mittee on military affairs and to I
request that the enclosed resolution and the chairman of the House committee Homes Groves Farms, n nand
: with appropriate introduction and on 7 affairs and to
comment. from the enclosed bulletin Senators Fletcher and Trammell and City LotsSPECIAL
t from National Headquarters of the .Representatives W. J. Sears HerbertJ.
committee in Washington be given J. H. Smithwick and Fran = 1 I b&
I publicity through your paper. j Clark and the National Committee .
This association represents the en- to Secure Rank for Army Nurses,

tire nursing profession of the Stateof and also to the state press. 40 Acres-20 acre bearing cro...

t Florida and is composed not onlyof 7-room house, deep well for $25-
as civilian nurses and ex-army nurses Should Be Quarantined. 000. Half cash, balance term, to
but also of nurses still in servicein Many physicians believe that anyone salt: '
the U. S. Army Nurse Corp. I who has a bad cold should be '
Yours very truly, completely isolated to prevent other .
FLORIDA STATE NURSES ASS'N,: members of the family and .
By Sarah W. Spears Acting Secy. from contracting the disease, as
Resolution I('colds are catching as meas M. I.I -STOUT

Whereas, The efficiency of the lee. One thing sure-the sooner one .. ,
medical department of the United ,rids himself of a cold the less the '" .I
States Army in the Great War was danger and you will look a good .
seriously handicapped by reason of I while before you find a better media
:! S the lack of Rank in the Army Nurse cine than Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
Corps which fact continually led to edy to aid you in curing a cold.
ctonnict of authority and confutj'on LOOK !'OR

of orders between the members of TO COMBAT USE OF AIRPLANES .rlw 3;
the Army Nurse Corps and the en- BY WHISKEY RUNNERS. I
listed personnel of the Army, which -

conflict: authority and confusionof Jacksonville IMF; Dee. 2.-How to
orders continually hampered and combat successfully the efforts of thewhl.key
frequently nullified the work of the
runners who resort to the
Army Hospitals, all\ of which not on- use of the airplane in bringing liquor .
ly led to but also Shooting
inefficiency, wasalarmingly into this country.Is one of the
subversive of discipline; problems to be worked out by thosein

charge of the Prohibition Enforcement
\frhereas. From the standpoint oftficincy Campaign.

S it is just as important that Ernest H. Cherrington, general
the members the NurseCorps
of Army
secretary the enforcement campaign -
should hold rank as that the .
u Medical Officers should hold mink, the prohibition giving question this his phaseof ear
duties of both
respective sere nest consideration a
ices being almost identical; and .
"The which
menace these liquor '
What you pay out your good'money for Whereas, in order to secure absolute .cases outside the United States offerto t4
obedience from the corpsmen of law enforcement In this DR. BUCKMASffiRK1SSIHMETS
is cigarette country,
satisfaction-and, my, how the Medical Department in all matters especially with the airplane as a vehicle

you do get it in sick pertaining and to 'the in'' care of the for bringing It in,. is very. serious .
every puff of Camels! wounded the hospital ," says Mr. Cherrington. '
wards it is imperative that the members I '' .
Havana especially: he thinks, will '
blended choice of the Army Norse Corps be be the mecca and the distribution \, .. '. '
EXPERTLY low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re riven rank and allowed to wear the. point for those who would
pow :
choice Domestic. taining the desirable "body.' Camels Insignia Whereas of, rank The; and professional trainIng ,wealthy in catering to the alcoholic OSTEOPATH(
appetites of the people of this
tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimiate simply a revelation I You of the members of the Army after the prohibition amendment country .

bite may Nurse Corps fully qualify and entitle goes' into effect, January 16. STATE: BANK BUILDING;
nate and free them from
any smoke them without tiring your taste! them to the dignity of rank; and "There also is a small Island of r .

unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or officers Whereas In,the The American shortage Expeditloniry of!; medical- the Bahma"which group," says Mr.I Cher Phone, Noi 1 162N : : '
rington, to become
unpleasant cigarette odor. For your own satisfaction you must Forces placed the members of known out of all promises proportion to its
the Army hfurse Corps constantly In size and importance. It lies within
compare Camels with any cigarette the position of the medical officers, 85 miles of the American shore and \

Camels win instant and permanent in the world at any price. Then calling for quick action anch-efflci hcy within an hour's ride by the fast )If '01',
which none but members ofHneir steamers. dealers 'I!'
Liquor driven
success with smokers because the you'll best realize their superior profession could render; and, //r\ of business in this country, already: .

blend brings out to the limit the Whereas iU is-believed -thaf the *ce preparing to resume their bnaUnetf&.there.
quality and the rare enjoyment gl.tJig rank to members of the Army They also are investing

refreshing flavor and delightful melthey provide.: Nurse in Corps will attract to enlistment heavily in bars and hotels in Cuba .Ofth!' \1i
the Corps the highest type and other islands near the shores of
of professional women and that the the Unite State. [ u 1'INS tJICt j 21
R. A. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wfa.t..-S. ... N. C. status of the Army Nurse will Consequently ""AlrplanesXhave advanced to the ..)OUII '. '
be greatly improved; and stage of perfection where they have
Whereas Efforts are now being become formidable implements of }3J:
made in Congress through Senate prohibition violation and the air.moil' rAwEa'HOUSE. ii
Bill No. 2492. both bills being popularly .
would not be to de-
called the "Jones-Baker Bill" tect."' easy ',Jo. COFnE': . 't ,'''

Habitual Constipation Cured A New Jersey boy bought a high- Ear corn loses from 6 to 20 percent to secure relative rank for members The dry forces concludes Mr- '
of the -
In 14 to 21 Days grade cow for 9165. The lather own- of its weight in the first year Be it Army Nurse, Corp.; Cherrington sees the need of campaigns \
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"Is a spedallympared ed five cows whose total production of storage the loss being greater Convention resolved by this 1919 Annual to make Cuba, the West In- 1 f
Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual of milk -did not eqpal the product of with poorly_. matured than with wellMatured Nurse. of the Florida State ues, Mexico and other neighboring Worms In Healthy Clad ;
Oonstlpatlon. It relieves promptly but the cow owned by the son-five corn and with dry fall ,Association comprising bothcivilian territory .and camp All eIdJdne'n.w.I with success hew ea a. '
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days times labor and five times the feed weather than with rainy weather. Army Nurse nurses and members; of the those, laces will be begun without Wkkr,than ante to.which Indie. less**_*pott.*-_ '..-4.
Corp., that this Association NIe r care er
to induce regular action. It Stimulates a.dRegulates. in comparison with one cow. The Exceptionally soft corn may shrink and each and delay says UtOVCV TASTELESS ekWTOAMt'eay..1.rr' .,.
Very Pleasant to Take.. Mepef moral is plain. In'I these days of ..'much as 80 per cent. Most of the thereof every member kn.twoxtareseeehsatil.afb t1.NtI161t i. 1m.'J :
bottle. high priced feeds good stock pays. Oil occurs in the fist six months. collectively: and individually If yon have anything: to sell, troddor I teen the elswliaa.ea4 act as a 1ft
hereby the Jones-Baker
: approve Bill 4TesleNSMwash.gmtn N.r ewalthen.. .
exchange try our classified column. ,
and urge upon Congress and particularly : --...4the QIW"'. ',""
Make the visitors welcome. Board of Trade meeting tonight It results. I ... .. ..... '
tbe winter residents are coming. upon each member of the brings : ta ea* tbsmss k ,MssI. sc to .,('c
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Washington, Nov 28.-ParUclpa-: Four of. the present democratic ( ar"t ,
tlon by the United SUte in the members, however .
be Georgia, Walsh of Massachusetts' ;-
league of nation II likely to mad "
'and\' Shields- rvoted with the republican. ,
the chief issue in the presidentialand in the action that defeated' the "
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A '
1q $Gttp Ytinr Liver Active, foru senatorial campaign in 1920. treaty at the recent -session. There 4l S 't. y' tF ;, f atc 1 '',
t4 That is assured as a result of the ia no hope,' therefore of the electionot '
>Syitem Purified and 1're.'roD1'ColdJ of,the. :
rejection y'the.senate peacetreaty :a.:senatcwhich !without- changesin J!
ti' by Taking: Calotabi, and of the league covenant the views of the/ holdover members c:1:

the Natuealeaa Calomel qualified b' the Lodge reservations.. would ratify the league coven I -
Tablet that De- 'There will be no settlement of the ant even in .the 67th congress.' .
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'. league l8Iue in. the new session of "Mild" One Might Swing Over. .i ,
,l1&"hUuI.. Safe. and congress which convenes Dec 1. Should the result.,, however, show : a:,,;; ma.!.p1 ;\ , a'y : >
f Sore. Same Committee. Booed by Lodge.The that the .people of the United State.
a .... senate in, the new session will believe this' nation should enter the : iI pJt \ j .. .
'rPhysicians: an! Druggists are a lag their friends to keep their systems jected the treaty and covenant' and burden of maintaining world peace "filii{( ', ;', .
purified and their organs In''perfect he committee on foreign relations, there is little doubt but that the \ ,
working order as a pro'ectlon against which will have charge of the treaty !bolting democrats and enough of the j ''.
9 the return of, influenza. They know should the president resubmit it at mild reservationists" republicans I'
I i that a clogged up system and a lacy the new session, will be the Identical (who, by the way were not "mild ,
tl \' liver favor colds, influent and aorious. committee, under the leadership IOf i reservationists" when' the treaty,

complications. Lodge, which so engineered the came to a vote) would swing into , -';'
To cut short a old overnight and to treaty through the last session aa to line to permit ratification. +c '. -- '
prevent serious complications take one cause its defeat apparently by its In the meantime, will -the league .
Calotab at bedtlmo with a swallow of friends. ,of nations become a working force ,.. t'1
.ter-ih.t''.' all. No salts, no nausea Republicans controlling the senate without the participation of the United 1
; too griping, no sickening after effects will not permit the treaty to. monopolize States. All four of the other I
:Next morning your cold has vanished the ,time of the new session. principals associated in the war
your liver is active, your.system is purl. laving spent the entire time of the against Germany Great Britain We're ahead of the bunch" :'
lied and refreshed and yon are feeling special aession on the treaty they France, Italy and Japan have ratified way \ .
i line with a hearty.appetite for break. will turn in the new-session'to domestic "
the treaty and the league ex-
.: .. ,... fast. Eat what yon please-no dancer.Calotaba. issues, telling the country cept in the-case of France these ratifications -Ches. Field \
;. are sold only in original: : that those are the things now o>. the have not yet been deposited

aealedpackages druggist ,is price authorized thirty-are to refund wnts.Every to most put importance through a program and will of attempt domestic at coming Paris effective-as is necessary before be. TTF you want to play winner, sure thing f' _

your money i if you are not perfectly,' legislation on which< they can J. Chesterfield. ..
l SslighUd .with Calotab.-Ach.) League to Be Set Up Anyway? put your money .I
base much of their font in the 1920 It I. suggested that the refusal of I .
campaign. the United States, which assumed I In less than three years, more than, three '
The peace treaty, if readmitted leadership in drafting the league > .
million smokers hare become Chester I
by President will be pigeonholed covenant to come in under its provisions !
by the committee and left to may result in the final formalities neid fans. ;
gather dust.Probably .
necesary for thuxArganita-l
i. I' the first step 1>y tbe'newcongress Jon of that body being withheld by I Mid'lliowonder: 'Never'.werefnerr'tcr: ?:". I
however will be to reestablish the nations that have so far ratified
t, a condition of which the and that the whole structure will 'fcaccos used In any cigarette. The silkiest 1
enactment of both houses, declared rapidly crumble and disappear. South '
e war of a recurrent resolution American countries which had been leaves of aromatic Turkish and the choicest ; ; '" t
declaring the war at an end. expected to follow the United State.In
of Domestic stock toy
ripe sweet are put
Supporters of the treaty however Joining the league, may now with- .
who believe participation 01 the United hold participation even should the (ether by an exclusive blending method .. n
States in the league of nations tow
r European nations proceed to organIze '
the matter of first importance tothe it. that brings out a new deliciousness of
, rr a.'a+.w u+ safety and future welfare of the I
There is steadfast belief, however flavor."SatUW j
.:. United States and the world will .
among believers in the world that
1 nee..hs.Y"Wo carry .the fight to the country in an I the )league' will be set up with the
: down toed
'Rlgbt to I
ffort to elect to the senate next fall depositing of ratifications by at least your

Got Him!" a sufficient number of new members three of the principals in the war Chesterfields have put added enjoyment !
ledged to the league to make possible and that sooner or later the UnitedStates

.... ,.u ,"s.- _11\ t its acceptance in 1921- will take its place among. the into every puff enjoyment that you don't '

t ,p :....ea.a Ho RR'r. a're.Rq.nsrgaurla Thirty-two that body's senators Membership or onethirdof will be members.Political animosities which largely get and can't get In any other cigarette j

.. ,I, __,.n .._:__tOletlae___ales n e! up for re-election next fall. shaped the fight in the senate will because the Chesterfield blend can't be
.......... --- Fifteen Republican SeaU to Be not forever be permitted to stand in
,, ....- .....vw.a.tI: -"'-- Filled. the way of permanent peace they copied. '
,1 C k M..pty. Of this number 15 are republicans. eclare. .. '
.,' I! ..' ._.-.It.I6Grt.CII'.0--.. They are: Bandegee, of Connecticut; Fight May Divide Parties. ..
.riIIe r ,
". Cummins of Iowa; Curtis of Kan, For the immediate future however
I .. ....... N. ,e -
91 ,itAIIr th4..... C.alae....' sas DHlngham, of Vermont; Gronnaof the contest in the United States
... ,' North Dakota; Hording of Ohio; will be political. .
f:a7tYgft!rUa1OOMlA1fT Jones of Washington Lenroot of It
; will not be a straight out fight
4 1 !:"II-ralat..Mau.U.a.A.\,;._ ,. Wisconsin! ; Moses, of New Hampshire between republicans and democrats _
.-___. "._ 'H ,_ .. ; Penrose of Pennsylvania; I i but may tend to divide parties particularly
Sherman of Illinois; Smoot of Utah; the G. O. P.
Spencer of Missouri; Wadsworth of I In states having senatorial primaries -
I New York; Watson, of Indiana.If for instance followers of t
slOAN'SFOR the democrats retained all their ,,,Taft and other republican supporters
GET present representation and defeated of the league will put up repub-
everyone of these fifteen republicansthey lican candidates on a league plat-
would still lack two of the necessary form to contest for the nominations
YOUR PAIN RELIEF two-thirds vote to put I against republican members who a ) D it w

'. through the league of nations on a joined with Lodge in his fight
strictly party vote. There are now against the treaty.
: You don't have to rub it in 47. democratic senators. The addi- I So the people will have a chanceto tional 15 would give them 62 while their views
express not merely at .
,to get quick, comforting 64 votes would be required for rati- ,the final elections next November ;

ik > relief .fication.www.. _______ __ _but also, _at the primaries. fl5/ ,
,.. .. .... "- f ijents .
: Once you've' tried it on that stiff HOME DEMONSTRATION WORK are pleased to have them take ..
Joint,' sore muscle' sciatic pain rheumatic this line of ; .
t twinge lame. back you'II finda up work. -and 'the blend ,-, :7 ,

warm soothing relief you never 'By Sarah W-Prtrldge, Home A Real Community Entertainment. 20
20 cents '
t liniment Hillsborough County In Oak Park for
thought a could produced Demonstration Agent.A ; can't'be'copied + ;i ift'
Y ., Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss, the' home demonstration club and .
wastes [ijiotime in applying, sure.1' to number o{ our girls in this' state teachers of the Oak Park rchool "
::4 give quick results.. A large 'tis
'I. bottle are electing special projectfor !
Hallowe'en room
gave a party. Each ... ,-
Your -
means economy. own or any the
the and
i J ;. other druggist has it. Get it today. coming year study of the building was decorated in ev- -- -
'x l: .; ?! furnishing of one room in their ergreen and goldenrod lighted with squab' raising. She has thirty pair

home, preferably their own. The girl! jack 'o lantern and arrangementsmade of pigeons and sells the squabs she .

7pSloan's will be graded upon this work. for some specialstunt in raises for 50 cents each and finds Telegraph. Orden, Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night

f, Dairy Club Work. charge of entertainers. The social this a profitable line of work. In Auto HearseEISELSTEIN ... '

Putnam County: "Two of my milk hour was greatly enjoyed by all reporting clothes conservation one
:club members have put up silos and'present. The 'home demonstrationclub club member told of how she made r '

if : 'I ..'Mother member expects to, so that 'room was marked "Our Best her little child a sleeveless sweater .
: they can economically feed what Room" and in it was arranged an from the sleeves she took from his 1 '- I
/. }. 1'\ .' good 'cows they have and also the father's sweater.. The 'father BROS.Funeral '
j : : attractive display of canned fruits, coin ,
t 1 J. t'frr'1: tj'1; ; tlgf'Ywt ( dairy cows they plan to get. They jellies and vegetable. The electric plained that the sleeves were in"bas .

h.'.. Do MortHVorlc. *. .! have a dipping vat not farther than lights behind this display showed the way and for this reason they were ..

I Yoa, see more ambltioas and you get more a mile from each farmers'. farm so brilliant coloring of the fruit. In taken out and the thrifty club member i Directors <& Embalmers
\ enjoyment oat of everything when jroar ., .. ,
blood U in good condition.j'Imparities In they frequently." the center of the room there was. a converted them Into a sleeveless -' .. .

,. ,the. blood baa very depressing effect on4Vf I l-MacUtoD: County: Mr. J. L. Morrow, table of fine needle work and also an sweater for the young son. FLORIDA .
*... ...... causing' weakness C',','r laxloea" *. of Madison, reports that sine becoming Interesting display' practical sew ST. CLOUD, .. :
: V nervousnessandskknees. ; "' -"
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OROYB'S..TASTELESS. TONIC! a milk club member' in April Ing'by the club girls, _such a. patch- MOTHER. FALLS UNCONSCIOUS."My ..- '. .'Hi' itw. '-
t ,restores .Energy and Vitality hri.fyIq Us cow; has increased In milk' yield ing and darning; also an exhibit, of mother; who' ts '69 years 'c old, : ";
'l i and r>rWMng the,Mood Waenrrou S.1 from 8 pounds to 42 pounds per day. their cookery. The exhibit of club has been troubled with her liver for '" ::
'ite attengtnenlng.1 tanrtgaratiag effect, see 85 Doctors said she bad gall .. .,
Be is 'feeding her a sack of dairy products; will be sent to for yean.
bow It brings eeter' to the cheeks and bow1 : ; Tampa stones. ? Sever times she fell on Office aid Residence. Pfcese $O. Lady AMltUat. .. ,
: 4 IC toprovea the appetite, yon will then feed every-two weeks arid giving her the contest which will be held at the conscious 5 because of the attacks. / .

n '..., a .appreciate true teak rabta.h. proper. care.,He Is feeding the skim fair grounds. ,. Eight months'- ago I noticed an advertisement J
:x1. .GROVE'S .TAs1'ELISS'QIII TONIC milk to ,,Poland China pigs His Mrs. McRae home demonstration of Mayr's Wonderful ;y ., .
I* Ii slot a ,patent ,,*,idbe.'lt; Is simply monthly report show a profit in dollars agent in charge of the work 'in the Remedy in the Toledo Blade and purchased ... t.
fj; ,IRON and QUININE suspended la Syrap. a bottle which world famous animals will be shown.
4' ,So pleasant even children like it. Th. and cents Mr. Morrow plan .to western part of BIJJaobroueh'cou amount of good. She continues Some of the best stock farms in the '
i k 'blood needs. Quinine to Purify and IRON make a batter worker according to ty, reports: that the rest room for treatment and has felt entirely well' state are located near1 Gainesville, M'TIL.L'EFt j-i : : .; :;

1, 'I to Enrich It. These reliable tonlo prop- U,,,S. D.. A.. specifications and will women is ready now for use. She ." .It is a simple, harmless many Poland-China and D roc-Jer-) ) I ,

*'? erties blood never, fail' 'to drive. oat Imp. .,.... Inthe purchase, a barrel churn, butter. writes every thing is in place exceptthe preparation that removes the catar- sey hogs and Aberdeen-Angus cattle Real :Estate 'Agency: :',
? rhal from the intestinal tract well other breeds of both hogs
_ mucus as as
mould. ..
and paddles.Home curtains but that is matter of
1l The Strength-Creating Power of ,GROVES a -- ---- '
and allays the inflammation which and cattle, will be available for -this 1
.TASTELESS: ChlUTONlC bu made It Demonstratlom Room in School kours. She put on a campaign for causes practically: all stomach, liver work. Realty bought and sold. 1' :..!
k the favorite. tonie thousands, .of homes.More Building., funds and raised over $90 And %x- and inteitinal ailments including appendicitis The, subject of pastures and grazing Houses rented. a .,'
thirty-five yean ago'folkswould Osceola pacts to get $50 more for the room. *One dose convince or lands will be discussed along
County: The school trustees Taxes '
a k > ride a long distance to get when refunded.- nonanddruggists with field crops for beef and pork paid add Titles verified: < f _
Finds money '
Raising Profitable.
(TASTELESS': Chill TONIC a of Eenansville have recently ap- production.Another: for non-residents. : .((1
: member of their family had Malaria' ; Pinellas At the Dunedin everywhere. '
>> or propriated $100 for the equipment of County: important phase of this Fire life and Accident Is.eurance. ' :'
t I coded a body ''strengthgivingtonic. a home demon.tratlon"room in the Club meeting Mrs. Day talked on1U course will be the veterinary work. > ,
/ .*The the same today SHORT COURSE IN ANIMAL HUS- and ,
Under this the' careof
school Similar has management
,'and can '.., It from building. action '
yon any drag'tore.
Indemnity Bonds
It.41* #,' f""\ ." IOq per bottle. *,- '* ". been taken by' the trustees of the BANDRY AND GENERAL stock will be discussed along }\ oF
i. Millions with instruction In the prevention
Whittier school Miss Agnes Web.. AGRICULTURE.In and treatment of ., simple diseases, ... ........ .............. '. I

star, district agent for south ad and the performing of minor\ opera- -
used*1ast'year' view of the fact that greater
, east Florida/ recently assisted Miss tions. J. W. THOMPSON
.. interest is being shown in livestockin be tak-
Under the dairy work will
Smith ina home demonstrationschool to KILL COLDSCASCARAQUINI
1 1 Florida than ever before the ,
the relation of the dairy to.the
,' for" the women of Whittier. 'A Florida Agricultural College is of- en'up farm. Co-operative dairyingwill Funeral DirectorAND

r} + S.txta3.e+. +".1'TeNtfr. .' The study} was .based on, .what" the! tt1ILL'S faring .a special course in livestockand average bee, discussed Instruction in, the - '-- ."
"i body"needs.. These Women are interested general farming a. one'of useof small cream separators will I.
IMawargai,., Ileh.. z' ... proper feeding
M D.'t tted k 1. which are, to be held at the Collffe will be discussed.
eves jarvw..a. .. ti.v.dMa.r.41.d.. 5 pI4 their, children. from Jan6 to 16, 1920.. The purpose LICENSED EMBALMERStore
4 dr.ds sf wed eves c.t Girls rrysNsalsrd of this course is to developmor
eYa. Club Learn to Sew. There promises to be a scarcity of
... .. M... l..aC..h..Tn1e.t.V"I.h BROM1D t. and better animals Improvemethods
Orange County: The AArent..yl.lted handlingstock and give coal this winter the strike of the .- .,
TODAY.rlyde.7s..1 a rCENTRAt Ocoee'an4 had a club meeting: with ..14 reds 1.. s1 y.a.Ea ,...... instruction in feeding and feed production miners has cut down the surplus and Chapel, Stewart :AT.
DRUG TORE' &ablet tar.-.ais
tmn aap
the girls. She has twenty members, eohes.-br..ks a ..U ta-M : Considerable time will be stocks and the railroad car situation Z.tmm.a! P1a.' -
t in this club. They had their first pe'@I. 4$*. devoted to the >idgingand selectionof I
11- keck U It fell. The may .complicate OrovW Taj>t.le.. chill Tonic
Cand ja d to,t4 Days: the best aJ mar.. Not only will
sewing lesson. They are very .aaacb ........ ... ha* a *.* Wood. II a good ..u'b.tltutelor coal. .
>Aroj dmi Mr. HW. the College stock be used in this H t if Interested fa risking' the pretty tes51r111 work bat nearby stock-farms will be Florida is a wooded state, but how; blood. You can raa-fM]tti 8tra.UoloA
,, things for their home and their par._ nw....... vI.itjtd..Ala nter slides 'fill sdm ,,,much is 'ready for-use'in stoves . J......di>< revet. Price sea it 9s ,

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ITHET :ERESBYtERI IAN: CHURCH " I!their"".'tasti, nor their peranalahn.''tb* following described ..landsto.wllii Bermuda C. 'A..CARSON. Pnskkot. :N.C BRYAN, Soo"' ary.
Beginning at a 'point on
1. and ambitions, nor*'.the social standards ., Avenue at the tin. t

! ) Hf':r w ERA MOVrMENTi 'ilbr. th..b iln..taadard., nor and tloa t to of the Block Town S of of J'.beJtaTr01"t WATER" '

\; the ..operation., the, :usual...stimuli. dividng'Ho.. West It Klseimmes.s THE & CARSON aRQCEKYCO.f
n ;.)r : and South It feet to. the ,
.( """ i& upon'
'S" f4- human'natureV ; ; between Lota I and I of
p The 'Presbyterian hunli "In! the mittoe, -consisting of''' W.'k, Wither- 'Thersfore'Iiook'tto, ';' 'a .recunrence, aid Bock; thence East .Ione',.atd Wholesale :and Retail Dealer.iae, .,'
United States ot eriSf! Is SS feet to Bermuda 'Avenue x!: +
",A*> busy spoon D. D., Rev. J.. T. W1; Stewart after"a aodetT.'better. than thence
i these days Well the, other 'J- P. D. D- M. E. Gsbard tope of a : ; alone the- 'W..t side of
as as Calhoun '
j said ;A"enu. North Btt feet to the first '
churches: .in--:,forward.,movements":its I'D.t.D .Ww.I .Dlesch,44 .D R.... :lithe{ pre-warpopiety.In'' hat thereshalh beginning. being a part of Lot S of G'.ROC'ER'rJ'S'' I

effort'.being> t# .-. '1.w. CUV/Albertson, Rev.. R, W..ETwardsand ,, be more people Amoved by" the Block t of the said / W.-'Lilly' Addition w
Era Movement , Rsv. ,W- O. ,Garrott. Ibrotherhood to the Town of Klsslmme. I.n.the .
the Fatherhood
j of man and BH of, the NBH4 of the NKH4: of the ,-
.r Besidesorganizing for definite Rev- L. iE.: ,Brubaker, of Birming of God than before and with NW>L of Section' SS, Township SI,
goals 1n ham who' is'' the chairman of Range' t... : .
every'department'-of, Ala. I' ;,
d tian interest it is planning to''rake 'the work for the Sr.1oct. will attend .ja;: better, measure ,by the, public of I I Said sale being made tosatisfy saidexecution (

over; 200000000.00 during, this and 'these conferences with) ..veralatronr 'the duty of'"" ward one another pay. for deed. and, costs. Purchaser" to i, 0000000440004400.. 000.000"004 . .oOooOo.... ;

t. the, following-four'; years to extend men and woman whose names will b. !I ; ''of'employers toward, :employ>I Ies I ; \ L. H. INQRAM.- I 0 4' ...,0 0

its'workyat-home' 'and abroad. announced Mater. Vigorous effort |! onstan : well Bheriff'of Osoeola' County.,I 4 ,WE r
: } 11.. a dlnJr".a: : aa'iballto'atlfthuaeful'and'beneficial i iI iW. WH1TBHUR8T.; : SELL"E BUt .
,lii' the'' flnancial' campaignfor 'tills 1 will be put 'fortb,to Inspire,our peo. ., : 1 majchinery .. Attornev for Vl.inn r R1roit k. i iI 0' 0 4 .'

year,' ending March '31, 1920 most of,pie for the task before them and toj I ,/Qrthe.adjustment. of relations 'I ;ORDER '' HLBLICATIOX." i i.a 4 HAY 0 .0' 'HIDES '
the'churches''In"Florfda' '-went* over j instruct them,'in i methods fat the accomplishment : ' ,t ,

'the 'top last1. Winter In"their .of the ends in view between'themthat' the public Clmrit ('......' e(.<* .f flrld. 0 0, J.' .. t

Earnest' effort.are now being'pledJres"j, ,I '. Rev.'' G.. H. Mach D. D.. of Nashville estimate'of of their.' mutulft duties will Meveath Judicial ....* +:.- RAIN, '0 0 FURS -1 .
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to"piedI" up" the balance and "pay J ,'Tenn'.r..Distrlcli: Secretary, of the in thejrl ngf.un/. ; bring about.? 'I C Jam*<.y.Tfcarber! .Caaarvry.C"ossi.lalatt) Amaslsili, vs.Mary .: 10 . > i'' .

up1 what is due to' date *every j New Era Movement/ ; Rev. "J. M. .This statement, from former' President Thvrber, Def..... 4 FERTILIZERS' : J '., '
Broady pastor" of the Fifth' Avenue '" WOOL' a
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I It is, u1anned to" organize ,church Birmingham,' Ala-n and member Taft shows 'that I, society is to ''It apoc"rln.. by affidavit appendedto .' ., .

.congregation* with a committee of ; :' of the Assembly's ,Executive 'be'II' the, gainer br.; "the association of the that bill Mary affixed Thurber In the, abovestatedcause the defendant -: 0 SHINGLES 4 0's.' \.,'"-, .. n "

p. even: one over each" d.part'lnnt"Splritual Commission; and Rev. Wm. F. -Weir'.Mr.'Taft with some' of the belabor therein.. named I* a non-resident of 0 0 : /AND. 7'fit''' :.u I''. ztl
"Resources "Stewardshipand ,
D- D., of Woostcr, Ohio AS8 mby's the State of Florida, ,and I I. a resident I .
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Men's 'Work'"' "Missionary Education Secretary of Men's Work leaders during the.-war. President of Ashhurro North :Carolina= and is; 0 ORANGE BOXES <0'0 'H. .

," "Socl.1 Service." "Gospel are Taft'always i intended to 'be'ju.t; but over the S-KO of twentK-one years; It 0 \ 0 0 t
,tend these -conferences.Thfthlngs \ .. therefore o..der..d'that the. said 'non 'ALL .
Extension. "Kvefry .-Memher-MobillJ 1)1 -thechurch represents having been born with a told spoon'in resident defendant be and she I* here- 0 ORANGE WRAPS 0 y
cation," and "Publicity" Besides by required to appear to. the, bill of 0 .
the andit
constitute of the world
hope his mouthand; having bad 4 .
I each' congregation is to'''be divided. never : complaint filed In said cause on or before ; .
is 'wise to push the, work with the living'bythe hl.' Monday, the Bth day of January. + 4 COUNTRY ..
his sweat lof .
Into group. of four or five' families utmost endeavor. / ,IA. D. "10. otherwise the allegation ,, .'and a leader appointed for each T W. B. WITHERSPOON brow; he, ,never realized that labor of said bill will b* taken as confessed : 0 .',. .. .' '" ,- ; it ..
*. from'time11 group. These leader. are to "meet I Florida Chairman had any rights .that._organized greed, It said Is further defendant ordered that i.thl* order 4 CRATE NAILS' :4 .. '' ,' .' ', .t:. PRODUCE

to time and report'theprogress in the shape of the big\ trusts who. <.b* published one a. week. for Fouroonsecutive 4 -l---" I 3
being- made and to summarize week In the Klsslmme .
: the result. for the 'report to TAFTS VIEWS ON. COLLECTIVE were his friends, had to respect un- (Valley Gazette, a newspaper publishedIn .00000000.0 40000 000400000 0,0 . .

the .whole church. til he was placed on the war labor said County' and State.I /"I' "
This 16th of November 1919.J.
: .
A series of conferences have been board and then he saw that if capi-l L.' OVERS+REET. ..... ,
scheduled for the second and third I I Clerk Circuit Court. We sell field'and Garden Seeds of. all kinds. t
hundred cent ]
tel was making a per (Circuit Court B.."..) .
In an' Interview at New Havenlast
'weeks in this month, to begin at on its investment it ought to give GEORGE W. FOX. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.Free .

Green Cove Springs December 12th ,, week former President William labor than a bread ticket Solicitor for Complainant. 48-4t. delivery in city limits. 'Phono No. 12., '*" '.: '

and end December 22nd at Titusville. 'Howard Taft states a truism -that it and this more knowledge mere thus gained, BTOT1CK OF IBTTRIVTIOIV TO APPLY We are. county agents for good. fertilize? Ask, us .for: circular and
These conferences are to be held under ( '
will be well for Judge Gary"and all FOB LETTER PATENT prices on fertilizers.' '* *
the supervision-of Florida's com- I makes him now tell his pals among "'
. -. -- -_ the labor haters to :stemember and Notice I* hereby given that the underslgned .
to accept. Mr. Taft in the big business men, that they must will apply to the Governor ",- '- _.

Pale Anemic prepare says treat collectively with labor. The of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee for water Irreipcotlv of the amount to In again; In addition to'
,,, part: "Employ.ramu.t recognizethe on the 16th day. of December D. used with minimum charge of On. the payment of all (
right of employes to organize, world certainly moves forward. IU', for Letter Patent incorporateIng Dollar per month .n!trs to .be roadmonthly. City and th* depoalt .abov.mentioned'e. '
tile Bank of Osceola County, Xisslmmee .
b mad by the ,
Polk Record. applicant.All
County -
Girls Need
a and bafcgain collectively. Fla., under the which Sea I. A deposit of Two. and One-' ordinance* or part of ordlnaa*. ter
posed charter the original of Half Dollars will b. required. of all eec In conflict herewith, b* antfj. thetearn i
"Emyloyers must realize that, em The imports,.of wool during the ISye.r .s now on file In the office of the Secretary' . applicant. for the use of water before are.>, rpJd>- ,: +:
Blood Tonic :ploy. 'have full to live of State of the fltate of Florid. Unanlmoaljp -di.lnt! .. "
as a right pre207,583,742ounds- ; /averaged :M"r. >pa open Bn qe4
WITNESS our names this ISth- day .:. Hoyvmirtfn .' '
this tlr ot A.
day D. 1st*" ..
i and as full a right to. be.heard as to annually. of November A. 1>. .Ult.' ance of the ,u.a, of.-w&t,. teas ach (BHADw . HM..' BRSJUEHBUr .e i

Pept.4liiagaa' Earirirtw: aaoV DuiHds' thj5.qu: tiOiS> ofcwhjrt a thsyr) shall:.ft>, Fnarthar flsssi. j.n[ iiiiilimr fra r-ff", 4"< JRr L. H Afi4f.IIeWY(1 GEIJI1P16': as..ntaasmsy.b.: tmmi thvCUy. fonf.\.. PNaI......0 Cou.a. *..Pro-Tam. 'i- lee
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Up the Bloods. of their 1918 we' impost 279,129.984 pounds (1 GEO. T. .8INGEt.IL\AT. ... ..... or p .t..t.ii.QIJi.B1I11TJb arlc.. .,. l
calve a d.-tb. terms !, employ* tbatotaL.. to the J All rnmtMm tab.b* putuiliK '- : :'" ,
.During!!UriO* importati T M.. ftnJlH.8lbo .. ..
>th inain B U Urwdliw ands tori 1 tx Arpaa.dh tbJa.tll' dall of N..UU. ?
SalUw," Headaches 'and Shortness of meat; as employers have to eajcvj amounted 44'414.844"pounds-.;".or 'ft po; w;, HILI;.. be the property of" *' J . ,GEO..W.r lrolf 4

... Breath Disappear- I reasonable dividends on their invest more than double the prewar aver PROP08ED-cH RTER OF See. I. A flat htClJli .. Ctnt*.,.r.IL i\ '1, Mayor.XOTBEBB .
per' kilowatt foe all electric current'used
There is in the United
ments. age. more wool BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. KI88IMMEE. .
for lights or other?pnrpoae with; Oft Am.I ATIOIT. rosi TAX
Pepto-Maagan Sold la Liquid and "We shall have made in States than ever before. Raw FLA. a minimum chare of One- Dollar per :'. 2ie.Rm";t;... '., ;
progress r .. .
month, I I I
wool has advanced from 2 to 3 pointsbut meter* to be read monthly.
Tablet Form. the compelling of one class to recognize in a manufactured form from 8 The undersigned Incorporator hereby Motor may b* operated at FIT Cents Notice la .hereby rlren that 30h.Dra.cho .
associate themselves together for per IC. W. or at a rate of 11.11 pr JLP. 01' Tax CertificateNo.
the rights of another, and ,in to 12 points. the of becomingIncorporated .l.uroba..r .
Why should any girl or young woman purpose per month with a minimum chars 9..- \iA.B D. HIT.
continue the general public's sympathy with and forming a corporation under and of One Dollar per month. All consumers of th.sal. *>of the City .' Cloud.
to have a pale .allow I Farmer Bulletin No.. 927 "Farm by virtue of the Law of the State of to b* charged Fifteen Cent per Florida has abed said Tax C.rtlllte 4,
complexion and a listless, run-down I that .change but it I. not going to Home C Conveniences" issued (Iby the Florida, with and under the followingproposed K. W. up to 100 K., W. and Ten; Cents In Toy efflc and. baa mad application i,
charter: K. W. on 100, K. W. for -tax dd to lu In accordance"
system devoid of ,energy and vitality be a radical departure from societyas per excess over :
U. of '
S. department t.
? arlcultur., used per month. with law. Bald tax "- certificate enj-
I we have known it. A tendencyto Washington D. Cis The name of the corporation shall Sec. 4. A deposit of Ten Dollars braces the following; 'dcrlbd property *
Such young, folks are continually 1 monsense suggestions for makingthe be' the Bank of "oalfotr:: and will b* required of all applicant for In Oeola CountyFlorida., ,to-
unhappy and dejected simply be' 1cause I swing back to the normal will Us place of business I the current before same will be furnished wits Ix>t* Nineteen (11) and Twenty
and the work of the farm home easier city of Klsslmmee In the County of which deposit will be refunded to the (10) of Block One Hundred and Rlh
they accept such as a conditionof grow stronger stronger as and more interesting. To quote from Osceola. and State of Florida. party or parties entitled thereto. upon ty-four (1S4) of the City of St. Cloud' Tdlorida.
their misfortune and envy their violent changes wrought by: the war the introduction: "The household II. the discontinuance of current lee. such . according- to plat filed list day '
friends who. are in the bloom of The .general. nature. of the business amount a* may b* due by such party of Aus-uat. A. D. 1905. The said land u
and ceases to have their effect. conveniences described in this bulletin to be transacted shall be that of a or purtles. All electric meter to be. being assessed at the date. of the Iuanc *.- '
health enjoying all the good I "It's the same old world and the have been selected because they I General Banking Business, with powers Installed slid Owned by the City or of said certificate In the name
things; of life. may be made at moderate cost by I Incident thereto a. provided by the acquired by the City If already: In- of F. 'CORBKTT. Unless said certlflcat -
If such young women would same old people and success is go... Statute- the gale of Florid. stalled. hall. be r redeemed acoordlnr
realize that their anemic condition is ing to follow the exercise of the anyone who has a few simple tools i Sea. 5. All bills for both water and to law tax deed will lu thereon on,,
prudential and the ability to use them. Theiruse I The amount of the capital tock of electric current are payable' monthly the tth day of December. D. 1919''
probably due to' thin impoverished virtues in the long run; and also, yields a large return in said corporation shall b* Twenty-five and It same are not paid In full withinten (Official Seal.) '. J. X... OVER8TREKT.
t, blood which could be easily enriched comfort sanitation." I thousand (125,000) Dollars, to b* divided .. days after presentation of such Clerk.circuit Court. Oaceola. County.FioriII' 1
distress, defeat and Disappointment economy and Into 260 shares of the value .
by Gude's Pepto-Mangan how much 1I I par bill or within ten day after such &
--- oa One Hundred Dollars (fIOO) bill bills mailed
each the water
are by
are going to.follow laziness lack of a
I p, happier and attractive they. would' to be paid In and light collector-the water and current I', JfOTICH. j,. ,
uIV. 1
thrift and a disposition to look to' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS or either the water or currenta. _
be.Gude's Pepto-Mangan isa safe 1 else for livelihood.I I The term for which said corporation the case may be, shall be cut oft A Kpeclal Meeting of the Btockhold.r .
someone a hall exist shall be ninety-nine year at the option of the City without lure, of the Citizens Bank of Klailmme ,
beneficial and pleasant tonic for anyone -)| "I'm an 'optimist; I:believe in pro- 1920 AUTO TAGS NOW V. ther notice, and the amount of the will b* ) "ekat the' bM king room at '
suffering from any ailment The business of the said corporationshall unpaid bill or bill deducted from the eleven :' A. M. December 'llth.
.. caused by poor blood. If taken great and I believe In social pro- b* conducted by the following deposit or deposit, and- the balance of 1>1(. The object of. the meeting will I
regularly 1 officers: the deposit. If refunded to the ,b* to consider the question ot a sal y'of
for a few weeks it will enrich |grass, but, a real' optimist is not a \ any '
.' READY A president one or'more vice-pres user. the assets and llabllltl -of the
the blood with thousands of the man w>o thinks that ;great, changes idents, a board''of five directors a Sea-I. Tn the event that either' thewater bank.-'811d such, other business a* may
healthy red-blood cells that are need obtained cashier, and such other officer and or electric current I. cut off for properly -b.torkthUEsaid meeting
the better be
tor- can employees a* the corporation of the bill bills, ),
> may au non payment or < a ; v
d eq to carry nourishment to every ,bnce They are necessarily: alow For convenience. of the public thorlse. The board of director may charge of ONE DOLLAR will be mad. .$-(L -J Ts CaahUr.
part of the body.PeptoMangan applications for registrations of motor appoint subordinate officers and em- .
; they come step by step and while .., with such duties. and
is.sold .in both liquid vehicles ,for the year 1920 MAY terms they *
and tablet form. ,Both this has shaken ': 'society was BE FILED of office a* may. prescribe.
contain war" up NOW if acompanied by or as may be provided by the by-laws, ....
tH same medicinal ingredients. to make a longer step possible, remittance. Tags will be sent out not Inconsistent with the banking
Buy Pepto-Mangan at drag'gist's. about the middle of December inUrn laws.
A" U has not changed men, and it ha
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; 'Be sure:T the-name "Onde's" forthe newyear. director shall
not changed and it his not Th b* elected byth.
is on the, pack....: Without. 'GudeY'x women .PI.... see that alk questions are stockholder at each annual meeting. ..' '. . a
it Is Pepto-MangsB. changed'. their mode' ofliving; not answered and and address Alt other officers and employee'hall : - ,ar
.. ,, I your name be elected annually by the Board of '
.. . .
is., printed written plainly I
hs or Director Tb* annual meeting; of the.toekhold.r .'
'r- .avtHdf. r.. "s-.Thei lawwquiras;,jrou, shall b* held: jon the First
? .
e.a t : to>' execute theppllcatl6irTSfor* a Tuesday .! flPt-ri.; eaohyear: .\.:., '. ;

r Notary Public or some officer: using Until the.officer elected. at th*" 'ptannual ; 4' ';". . .-.- ':....,...,... ._..

D{ l : Hid ware't a seii'j, j u I ] i.;, f' meeting of tile stoekhotdiMshall ,'C' .8'11 "Ph"o''n"7.I fA' .'JI'+"'-'''I J.

ceo a : Jvstlos iBIasks of maV the b'secured Pace.( Notarle.from Banks.Pablle corporation. .be qualified:-JI officer be the conducted business of by amid y the :, ,. .. ,. . ,". '., ;

and County,. .Ofnoara. or the Comptrol- J. R. ., vi. > .. "
.. .' fatllony. President. ; < T
; \ left t-ji ERBNEST"'AMOK! 00. .ta.,. First Voe-PreeU i. 'J
Located Klssitnttiee'sBUSIEST i'
: J,. deatj: -: ;_
..;' "' : State Comptroller. 60-4t. 1>1'', T. M. Rivers Second VloaPrei. A ':q'; : '
'GORNitran : 4eotl"! J,- .. ''',
. ,: I N, ... ,r. \ ;'_ . Ia_'"Clrealt r C_r .''atat*' .f4fc .......... L. H. Oedg*. Cashier: ,,' ,) .,"V., '. .''
.... **.tlt,i ..**.. .CflVvS4C .. 0-- and J. R. Anthony Oeo. T. BlDgsltarr, fc . .. .
eta' ***tr.'.> > !. Cfc*.m/. Dr. T. ate Rly...., F, w., BUI. a.'J.,; .' : 4 ,. .. .n 4"1 user ,can

: : I.;: .if* ''1:.___.. C*.....**.>t. ... H.Qsdr y '1, ...'' Directors. Vhf; r.." A1'I.!. "' '' ...'" : ; *-.}.,'.

!.Christmas I Nearly Here J.hU W.wife.R._Defeataiit ll ,US. Margaret.., a.u.' Or -othergliabilityotat'wof' Indebtedness the said *. ' .. ) .' ;" ..' ,'" w'" ,

't. corporatlon.shall at any time subjett ..' -4\ \ ;
. .. It ''appearing,.- affidavit appended Itself hall b* a* limited and defined ''II .1' c :. ;;.;
to the bill nled In the abov -.tated. by Section STlt of the General Statu .
1 ",''And 'w.",aie'wSelGaglmany'things1hat.':;.wit.. !' make'Igbod gifts 'for- : cau that J'.- W.,, Ruell and Margaret > tee. of th* Statevof Florida.Thenameeandresidence. . . .:..' I ',: "v . :> ;
RuaielV' hi- the 'i ; ,
( wits, defendant .
that occaMoif.: .:. Wesuggest. following sea.' partial list of .our stock:. therein named' are non-reildent of of the.ub- t' \. '-'/ j j ".'\ _' I t.1i'W.f>!I '
the State of Florida, and scrlbsr. and : .
are the amount of. capital .. :, iI. ..,<.(. ,:.;. ,
.. of Wilmington North Carolina, each stock subscribed by each,-are+as, }ol.i '( '
over th* of t lows -- .
** age '; .
; ; GIFTS FOR BABY.;:;" It I* therefor ordered .jahl.a'J: NAMB.- ''NUMBER '0'" : ," .;i.; :.
non-resident. defendant be and They RESIDENCE) SHARES .
C sAa'abJiahtl'.B; : se Ball?, Qo Jc.; and Punch, BowlsO'Cedar are herebyrequired to appear to the J'. -Anthony.Jaok.onvilla. ,J' ; ,. " \ .

.,.. ..; .t' bill -of complaint filed In said cause ? ?----.---..--____ Fifty '10. 'it"
i. ; .
.J, on or before Monday the sth. day, of Oeo. -Di' Bln.eltary. : 1 ,: : '0\
: .i'I'" FOR"J ,'. .,' ". January, A. ,,13.IJ.tO. otherwise the air me, .Fla.- --_._.!_..__._. Fifty CD .
f ; :' ':f, HUBBY-, I .. ,. iO. legation of bill will b* taken a* T.; M. Rivera, KlsslmmeeFla. -. .: :..,. .
f ; confessed by. said defendant ... -.__.. Fifty BO.. '
Mops Pcrculators! ) t ,. ;Sewing, :Lamps.,: .Electric Grilles, It I I. further-ordered that.tbl. order L.H.Oedrfe! ,Ktssmmee, Fla Fifty 110. i ."SoUiBfeoplBlrlayKnow .' h
'* be published once a ' 'CarpetiSweepers"and OvenWara ; ei. / ? .
Pyrex ; ; .
\ ?' eonaecutlv weeks ln-n* Kllmme .
,1 j i r ij t '- Valley; Qaiette, newspaper,, publUti- STATE OF FLORiD' ) tl. .
'' ', : ed In said County and 8tat. I COUNTY OF OSCEOLA ., ) -, "r ,. ,
r t'r. FOR C This December Jnrt.. uu.' Before m., the undersigned 'Notary The .Valley Gazette's desire U 'to ;\.\.", ,
-. . \' 'W/FIE./ i; kSefatyrzortiIcygtBotla ([t CIRCWTCOURT, SEAL.' ) - *" :Public In and -for the Btate of Florida II print ''aU. the news aU the time' but ''f! '.Y' .';;"' '. a
J. 1. at Large. . 1
:: ; ; t { ._Po4keF Kni l esBoomerangs. and .' ; Clerk.CI..cult CourL Al'thGnTt.Oeo'l'T.personallyappeared< T.-J.'*.al R. ..,.. .* by.-phonof .r,='te' """.r

Kiddie-Kerr::: :. 4 .i' ,. or i-- iTRrnna. AtCEftMAN! STEED Rva.. F. W. Hill. 'and L k-ledge, ., ',card or letter,.we cannot hop to get. . . p

, : Solicitors _for'.'c Complainant. 51-5t, all to 'me well known'and.koown t* .. 'It. alL H you k.ow of any Item .of 't'( \+ t':' ,
m* to be the Individual described In :; ;
/" m re'a; 1 but.'ld' ,more days i'in'which' to do, your'; In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth and ...0 executed the, foregoing proposed news Th. Valley Gaaett..YfJl, . be very' ,) ". na ; "sates
shopping Judicial Circuit of the State of 1"10..1.da Charter of the. Bank --af O.o'ula print it.. r.\ ::1>,.?sf
,Chnitinai, ;'. '.*. a ". :iI.. ''-,-. '' .In arid for Osceol County.-. In Countand ;each being duly sworn . 1 ,. \
) Chancery. Warren Sylreiter. com severally.acknowledged that-, ; ,:Club, Society. Lodgtv Church" :.6. (
he .
v exe If d or
J"... ., ', 1.", \. '\ \ > :". ..... .. plainant.. va."..'Alice. M.' Sylvester, ,.respondent. cuted the sara for the .*.. ivnd.pur- : :.School....;,, people rolnaway"'or ,; {
I f. Pl orce., Order for Publication. poses therein expressed.. V t . ;. y
'' IN coming back| .arrlage..d.Mh.'or: po bt
'OrICE'DOG CROWLs. << Th.- Stat. of Florida to'AliceM..Sylvester. WITNESS .WHEREOF, t bar t ;
p----- OUR ., You are' hereby commanded hereunto-set my hand and affixed my ., births.' items concerning ,visitors,' .?\.$ ...
Crotgl and notified to appear In the Notarial aeal,tbla Uth claJ',o( N '. bnildlsic operations real estate deals'h .
y..m. ,
Number. : ,
o. .
.. :;r5o.9e shoveentitled cause on ,the Bth day .rAn* .* AViP. - f t : It! ." "04t
., "0. neighbors ksorln ; la or going out, and .
: .t January.-A... n. IIJO. Witness the (SBAt) J'ROUNTRPE.. .
-.folks lay that the way' to have a Honorable C. u.: 'Andrews as Judge of Notary<:Publle.; Stat of Florida In fact _7tb1.. that will make The try I

,thing ;done.right: is' to dd it yourself. the .above thereof,court and'. and the my seal name of said uClerk' .ow U". Commlaston' expires March 14. Valley Gazette nor,interfacing,to,1UThe ...

'Wonder'if'that means 'cutu'ng'your'own Court at KlsslmmOiecola County, (1.1 ''- _rea4en.. - '"t. >.<........:.. "'-....' ..,. "r-,''"
,'" v Florida, on this Srd day of December Alt'' oRDINAx' .. 7 -r
4 hair? : Valet'Gazettes motto lit -&. '
A. D. 191CIRCUIT/. < < .01: '''ill' ',.
(. COURT SEAL) AnOr Crew! NamW Twe, OVERTRE10T "
1"Clerk J., U Water and LUbt 'ln"tbS"cit7( of .eod we ask your operation, 'i. :* '
A. of the Court KlMlram
Above Florid., and Iferalatlnr.K '
Health expert" warn ,'UI 'against..swallowing''chewing'cxmu'Can't -*- JOHNSTON* GARRET: tk. '

'see'why they Ceunl. for' Complainant.., H-4t- Water Methods and Llhta'to tot'Furnishinsg-lsoeh; 1 the "fitlseS* -... :''HelpuslHioslKissinimw'1'S :;;Z : r; -

"should unlesi. ?there's danger"of:our be--, -NOTICE- or'.HRIrrs.... SALe.r. .Licht and for Dlla.shCollection., . i"of .Water and < .. , . ,.," ... .. .. 'r' "' .-... d.,) '"....
. .
ing stuck -ourselves. :. "
.. -, .. ....... .,, -... ... .. .. NOTICE 18 HRRKBT OrVBK.:taehad.r CIL Bill, rr* "TII ORDAINED. CITT -OF BT TUB COUK'Oa '- ,, .. \, \ ..." .l'"' ., .. ,; .
and by, vlrta of' an .a.C9Uon rKIBSIMMHIH: ., . . "" . ,,
>**ud o.t. of and under the seal of That beglanlo upon and .Including ,J'. ,,\; I'" '" 'J '' .. .n." ,.", 1>
the County Court of DeKoto County the lc"day .r7DMember. A. / *. .: : J' . '
t Florid"' I..' a' _u..r..P8ndlnr"tb.r.ln, /water and 'light farnlshdf the ..
: ...... .I1 A. <\, 10..*.' I.'-Plaintif.a&4 'Cltlsna >of JfJsslmm7 *:'r V......<.. '....'J'. ."," .. .a -L :-s: ., .w tv'
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Hardware vldssls rBOt4ona7halI .
Osceola Co.I firmor' i. -
: W.A-, Soott Is Defendant I have levies ee ,......,._ .
will offer for aal. durns I be paid for amounts to the amount .
.: talefrat hear of sal*, on Mon.. ;used. stick be a* *rtalad ;,.' ....
.. '.o. ', ;, .. ,. day', th* Ith' day of ..January.D..- by of water and lightmeter.., ,
i \o ; U"L te the hlht and bt bidder I and at the rat*_*.- -, .. 'r.Qt
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<<:' .>wL.........4 ---..--.....-"- ............ :... .. for eeall.' a' the rwast door of. the Section /I.'ouoIDf'rat. of Twenty ,
'j '" \ Courthouse .la **,. Florida, 'cents p.rrONE ,THOUSAND; QALLONiS_ . '.,iI''J '
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Buy Red Cross CnrtatraaaaeaU.. lh.eerelary FRANK:of tM_ )lAIANET tii'r.-), ;i1 thin. an<] without, the /tat.- of Y7orIda - ' , " ,, ;.. ,"" .1 -.J:: LJ: ': ,.
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.The fund .realised' by' this mean a L. LUPFEtL: i 1II<. -.,h. ,.n.r..t naturi dt t ._( ::1' : ( '_ ..:'tfl'"I 1'1't
wlfl In) fl' bread'east'upon.tbe..wat-} 1. R. LUPFER.ARTCLEB tb. be transacted by>> saidcompany

f its! .. s'-'.'-.' ... .pRUp081CD'oV CHARTeR' INtORPORAT14A1'ANp: :' or x"",, t.n.r AI I.' u. 'foUo"a:. Tq? .on.te.oo carry on1a "n ;si tl
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rNTK1Ctf" \ : 'Oil' .i....... C T.01f CORPUS- ._._The.LQNIIIY.L'UPFER'undersla-ned, P ra krAMaloneS ,..... jlnto lion: contract business' : with persons,entering firm, SA'Nwijl T' { \tfS': :
TENT AnD I! : -. U. Lupf.r and .].'"f hereby (private and municipal corporationsfor I
TION. assodat. .. '. tbe the construction of bulldlnar
.. of becomln Incorporated tinder docks, dam., bulkhead.. public and
NOTICB U hereby {Wen that theunderlrnd of Florida. {private, --pip line. et.ara railwaystalirced. ,
.. .
the . 1. The name of tlile eorporatlo" road h/ghway.andbridges
nor of Florida toe" llth.Iii, shall be MAWiNETCUJPFICRArllokUYit. : ,and other work, and the oat.truc.ltion
d for Ix-tler Patent COMPANY InCo..po..Un.MALONRY.LUPFER Under. C< lie principal ofland ,and to of do same a ural-11..r: :: ra: ':J JI .
buafn.s at Klslm- hauling business and th* transactionof
following proposed charter! and place of *
tha ; of Florida, and hall bar power .such other business a. may b*
of incorporation ? mea.
article ha filed In tha COP ca of to establish other offer* and agencle' I properly conducted therewith.. To
abeen purchase, or otherwiseacquire
which manufacture '
-' deal In, hold, own manage, 1
... ..I. ........... .... ... .. .... . .. ... ..OO..O.7 .... sell, pledge of ..ood., transfer. or merchandise otherwise dispose andproperty I1ADQUARTRS J

of ware every class and
We Are For }description.' 'To manufacture. huv, sell.
Agents Import and export Install, erect and
deliver. concrete materials and Ingredients ,
.' To manufacture, construct! .
erect and build of any nature, kindor
Lakeland Steam Laundry \ description building, dock, roadsor j
t other public or private work of "' \
concrete or other material To purchase
or otherwise acquire, buy hold i 1 be open ready for your I
mortgage, pledge, sell I assign, transfer inspection >,
and generally to Invest, trade and
Leave"elat Kuiiinmle Dry Cleaning Works .. ,deal In and personal of everyclans
j I Article IVThe corporation shall Wednesday December .1 Oth2
, its corporate\ name perpetbally -
and and Is to exist perpetually .
Shipment every Wednesday j! Article V. The amount of the capital .

J Friday Laundry will not be called '- j i one'Ten stock hundred Thousand of this shares-of Dollars corporation the divided pnr shall valueof Into be in the building where the Canning Club is.: ::1J.

One Hundred Dollars ench. Any

for nor delivered .:- .:.* .:. I part or) all tser4ices of said lat capital cash or stock valuationto maybe .. 2d door below our Main store; same street.. ..,-t:

11 labor or a just A
be axed by the Incorporators or by In this we will have for Santa Claus --Dolls Carts
I the Directors at ft'meeting: called for room :

1 R: A.- SNYDER such stock purpose.may be Issued The authorized and paid capital for at Express Wagons, Rocking Chairs Horns Tea Sets-.all sizes and '"
times, and such
such time or upnh
) terms Directors anal may conditions the Board .of prices .Drums, Pistols, Guns, infact everything. you can mention ,,:

++..o . .o o Article VI. The business of thecorporation in the of ...
.. shall be conducted by a way
-- -- I ]President one or more Vicepresidents '>F
oO. O.O... a Secretary' and Treasurer and :
such other1 officers and agents; as may Christmas Goods ,
from time to time be elected or appointed ,
and by u Hoard uf Directorsconsisting ,..,
of not less than three nor ,
2nd more than seven members. The number

Ktockholder of Directors In shall the he fixed by from the A Few Suggestions for CrownCJp. in Our Main Store. '

time to time ond the officer shall beelected
I or appointed as prescribed bythe Silk HOle, the best grade__________$ Z.ZS Silk Klmonas ------------------" 4.981 '.t
Hy-Law The same person mnv I ,
Birthday Anniversary hold two or more offices, except us i
i may otherwise be prescribed bv the I
sons lty-Laws.shall The be the following officers named to conduct'per Bed Room Shoes to match Kimonas Silk Cotton. and Linen Handkerchiefs; all i irdt

the business of the Company until the ( pair _____________________$ Z.50 . prices. -
officers who shall he elected at the d
t .. first election of officers of said Company "
., shall be qualified : Frank Miiloncy. -
; President. J. K. upfer, Vice-Pres Now Few Staples in.Main Store ,'.'Ji
HELP US CELEBRATE 1 ident, and .S. I.. l.upfer. Secretary and a.
Treasurer and Frank Maloney S. I.
I.upfer and J. I:. Lupfer shall he 1 Dl- SHOES. We have the mOlt complete Ladies' Long Union Suits. Bleached .. .
Ieclots.The (,'),
nnnunl election or Director. .* line we. have ever h a. Genuine nice grade. suit ________________$ 1.50 ..;4 4Aflny .
shall be held' nt the principal ttieand ------- -
Carnival; place of business of the corpora Shoes, Munson Last _____$ 7.00 ,
A For 10 Days Out of I lion, on the -cutul Tuesday l In Januaiy :
In each year I coninicncInK. withthe Ladies' Long Coats. Black and Brown, 4
.. .
> ear 1 21It not a .111 holld.iv.anil '
If a legal holiday lion on the Men's Dark' Tan English Last_______.:$ 7.00 plain colors _________________$1.50 -J
nt-xt succeeding business ii lnvArticle ,
the Ordinary Value Giving \'II. The Hnld ""rrc.ra'lrtn I..
Khaliadopt nn appropriate' KM| an.l :1.
shall adopt of Its hy affairs-law s, fur not tin Incoiimsti Kovcri.ment nt.- Ladies' High Top Tan and Black SWeaters for anyone oE the family i

Commencing Friday ., with tinlaws Its articles of the. of Slate Incorpornl,of }<-v, nod! boob -----------------------S 6.00 from 50c to the highest_________, 7.00 '\;
i .
I w hlch" by-laws may be \ '''lnrhl"1
11t'WIII..I', as mny !h;' pr uVided \ .
( December 5Berman's I bylaws.Article" VIM The hlirhcst amount Boys' Dark Tan, English Last pair___$ 5.50 Silk Poplin, ill assorted colors, yardS 1.25Don't .\ :
I of linlchtodnt or liability ,to whiehthe
'nrl".II..n can. .at ai.y tlin, .- aubl. .
Ji-rt i Itself shall. not exceed iloni.lthe

amount III at such of aim's.Artlele Its capital. I stock aultmiix-, Forget the Toyland at Santa Claus Store, 2d Door Below

IX. The names nn-1 residences

{ Specialty Shop p of together the of the authorized with suliHci-ibinu the capital mii''',''.'ticirp r Block tit( ,shares tors.subscribed ' Main Store. Opening Date, Wednesday December 10th.. ':;

for l h5 each are .an followsNo -

K Frank I* upfcr Maloney.: Klsslmmee.KlHHininiee.l Via stein.33___ ___34 'I
: J. 1;. 1'Upfcr. KIsHlniniee Kla. 33 IN WITNKSS WHKUKOF, the said' DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
I subscribers have hereunto set their
., 1 hands and seals. this 4th day of De-
comber A. 1> IfllH.
.oo.oo. .o..o..o..o.o..o. FRANK MAI,ONKY. (Real -
.' 5"X I N. I... LUI'KKK. (Seal) '=. .
I J. J J. L.UPFEII. (Seal) "
: :,, G. .
( : \.:! .. '' I COUNTY OFOSCKOL.A ) .
,! ,, : !f. I RIO IT KNOWN that before me. the 'ii
: 'I : : -- I. : ,l \ undersigned Notary Public In and for r' )
t' : / I : .' r
,. ,. "...
'I ""IH't'-kt the mate of Florida personally ap

t .. I' I ANNOUNCEMENT: ' .t '. individu-als.peered! J.. B.Frank Lupfer me 8.well K I known..up re rand Watch for Live 'Santa Clans. He Will Be at His Store Two Days Before Christmas I : t;

.their. name to the foregoing; proposed -
t charter! and -ACKNOWLEDGED
:that they executed and signed the
same for' the purposes therein ex.pressed. .
. ... . . . ..
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-V-F The Dining Room of .the Graystone Hotel ; at WITNESS Klsslmmee my hand In. the and County official seal and W1a.VA8JWJ A fti>tt*';Tk ii-rWaU--U'tae'J ::,Val ett.. '
State t this 4th of December

r .t.I will open for the accommodation of the 1c ' (BEAD, A.e'D.ldh M.. W. SARGENT- OMM. Of MMMMM M MOM M &,#.

... a- Notary Public State of Florida.My : *** t tft a *
K'* jr J ;
> W*an Monday.i ;;Dember;;1st: t. Comml..lon'lII"pl..e.. April 1, fiefs i99o.. MOD! OJ 91 " i afO- 1JtfrlWh: : ::P S?

l > t i" T i *.
| C vJw JL See ,
: under,supervision oPFirstOassBEN : : '
t Sealed proposal. will be received by
.. the CltCouncil of the City of KIsImmee #tt6i g1 1 (:' Ci ::1D t.e i .
Chef. ._ .
w .
,. Florida, at the City Hall InKlsslmmee.
,. ,'. ,.. Florida, until 7:10 ,
1t \ p. n>4
.. ., Saturday. December 20th .111. for
< i

H .$ f. : ; BAIRD., Proprietor. . the brick drainage..., certain, grading streets. with eurblnac vitrified and .. j( :

oa ; .. concrete! bituminous concrete QY

'. ,. t'" ,." < other pavement.The work block will.patented consist pavement of aboutr,or 1 ba.ow ready for delivery ,p. coosIoyesand

16.6S5 square yard pavlns of both Stove and ,
'i ",.', J 17,000 11 n. ft. 4 Inches by 10 inches. e quantity
. ; ; '. concrete curblnir. $

, ;' ,,". '". ''' v.i.; ..''. '".""..''.1.., ,. '...'..t., '' .-. ,. 0 .....,,.! 40 S.SOO cubic cubic yard yard concrete.of irradln! Fir* Wood and am''' prepared

7 1I . .. And Bach. the bid n.e.t.: ar; accompanied drainage etc.byeereM.f'Fheek a, .
.. ,
In the sum of FifteenPreparation deliver on short notice

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. .,.'. $3.50 .a Strait.D.Rotundo.

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il 'J. ,t . .., ".-4'r,"?t\; I'"J\ \ \ \ !" ;;" '"' a>'illA"''t'\, .,.,'n't ot;f','M It'?$(1'1\(S..,..!.', 11 ,., -', ..,r.fy" d':.,. I\fh', '--sue.... i PHONE ST.r-r '.41- .
,ai .' ". .. ,< 'I' IY '" .r ti ;11. . .. ., . ." '. .. ." .. ., f'E '
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+ '". "" ..''i < " '" : ;:,:. .. : "' ." 4t -- '' '- for both oil :;md wood. Pricesiright.; i
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' For Opportunity :': Small" Fanu Specialty.aid 'Reddeactt. : a H. GRANTHAM. ; n. 3.t-'oF7 Ft. .''f. .

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< f" KISSIMMEE -s. tL: . .._ _____ ._ ..;: . ... _-:.. ..;: ..: . _ _ _.. . _',Ii 1!
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l1 '. There. U] opportunity: :=it! .:,'.oocks''at'ereq door will ;you"be'ready. ...... .- .;

,4 t, ., opportunity when tit. ii i ready for you?, Preparation for oppor* Hundred of food faith.Dollar' (fl.MO- ) aa. .. Piano lutiac lO.:; '. .

I ., .y. t '. Bond will be required hi the .km '
.... ... forf 15% of the amount of bid Bondito MISS ZAOA B. LEE: -
t / t f tunhy.m.ane-iucuu_ : youuBankAccount: at-the-Citizent: -- :,- __ ._ satisfactory to..theClty-eouncU. .FOR' 'SALE. : ;
to x 1. The City Council reserve th* ,: .
t:,.! : .?R a 1 .2 .Bank;; is! ,the' one,.sure/oertaln preparation for r.opportunity! . \ iwtlR to' reject. any of the and plan all bids.Copies. and.-' peolft" STUDIO ,,AT. :,H; '-A. > . .., .. . '
'r at .. , '--' tlons may be obtained upon' Real eaee at .Hre..A., M.'IHOMJer': j l Lot ,No..1: ( ,WoodaUV; SnbdlrWonCo.wlth
.4 .t :0, ... ._ .. .. ,. lion to Alan J.MaoDononch"',. Cltr Cora. Res: .
t .t \ c.of c.-. .':.;' . - _,: .-'. .. _._-' ,o trI_,-'KI..Imm.*v-Florida, -1&*Oa- ::' .J; 'J.&a4.y.. ' &..r, 8ta, o!;.Lot.:Ndr:": Qf-t r.. Lra.r: '
: 411 : r. eelpt of ".lIe te ovr actual Bost } PHONE\2f4;\: r 60/tpd.eye.ORDER. saw '....l
.: . reproduction 'or. may be examined( : :buDgidow. threoa .itact-
\(11..f'tizens- ..,,.. ', .. the of flee off the Bnaineer.> .. -
Banki .1 I ;. '.-.h- '1 Payment will be IlnadeOn, . .OFtEASTERNSTAZ: e&.,.ati'a aerlAce. ,
.meuis :. estimates on a basl al' ''nln.ty ., .. --;- '!I 11,11aN; 1K' i
tuant : of '. ;
,d cent of the amount work. done .....:- '. -.... I 'iT'I
materials In. plane; balance "" 'iIJI'
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t' : : OF ,KlsstMMBR" .. '< ( ., when th* work la. oompl*\*4,_41 mlCWa ... ... .. :..
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I\. INSUltED. ,. mO: .; ...-LM' i/dT4tiaurday' .t:"p.: ..' ,- tfI.: lit

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