Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 21, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00621
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TO HUNT IN OSCEOLA COUNTY i "

THE NATURAL HOME OF ALL ;WOULD'i ADD MORE TO OUR

'FLORIDA FOR DEER TURKEY i I'QTrS ATTRACTIVENESS

AND QUAIL. 'THAN ANY, TffHER FEATURE .

THAT' COULD ,

For the past two days Judge T. M. r : j INSTALLED. .
Murphy has literally been up to his .
yes in work, as his office is the place : t'
designated by law to
licenseto
procure a .
hunt, and one hundred and ninety I The necessity! for establishing a
e had qualified up to noon yesterday public park In Kissimmee is becomingmore

one hundred and_thirty taking out \ apparent every, day, .and on s
fOunty and sixty state license. every side is the subject'of discussionby
As early as ..".
Wednesday parties began Gazette' -
leaving this city.for,the jjralrle* ", our people. The Valley
in the lower part of the county, and i' begun the,agitation for a park'some(; t;
by night fully a hundred people were i four:.years ago and will continue, then{; 1' '
on their way to be into the game when ., w iI I agitation Until 'one'' is established. '' :'VTossibly : ;

daylight came yesterday morning andit :,. K'oC', the be.t'and cheapest offer; rthat
'. it ,
Is. safe to say that more deer turkey y t.city'to .
and quail were killed in Osceola has been or ever will be made the

county yesterday than in all .other I '. .' establish a park was the offer ,, "
'counties in the state combined. of the A. C. L. Ry. to donate the property f,

And from what hunters say a most it owned adjoining the passenger k 'a 1
peculiar condition exists in this coun-
ty as regards game-there being depot'provided the city would purchase -. I -v, ti
: nothing on the prairies but bucks and I HOME. OF R. D."WARING ON SUMNER: STREET the Savage lot fronting on Da- +;

nothing in the woods but gobblers to _. } _ ___ ___ ___ u kin avenue and ,establish .. park for 1
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? say not.hlng..of the quail all having the use of the general public.' This r
+ spotted faces. That is a most for- CITRUS MARKET i SEND f-R-COpY Ofn- offer ,was made-to the council' at its '
E. L. and W. C. Bass ; +
tunate condition for our hunters as Lesley last meeting and refused although it y
Game Warden Carson has made the was recommended to the council by .
k : statement that the man who killed a IN GOOD SHAPE VALLEY GAZETTE. one of KUsimmee's. most prominentmen
deer thantwenty Purchase Ft. Gardner Tract .'" who
female or turkey Or more had discussed the questionwith
.5 quail in one day will either paythe l. \, many of our best people. .I" ,
fine or eat free grub for sixty SHIPMENTS FROM KISSIMMEE ,WHEN'SEEKING, : FOR TRUE IN.. : The Civic League has taken the

day., and those who know him best.\ FOR THIRTY DAYS VERY Twenty-six Thousand Acres ,FORMATION .AS TO CONDITIONS matter uprand will.carry it to a successful !
he will make good that bet. conclusion. The
say\: : PREVAILING IN city already i
is known from on.- muchto the
Osceola county SATISFACTORY. ? owes good work of the
end to the other of America as the FLORIDA. ''t members.'of this orgainzation and ,,
best hunting ground in any part ,of Ht will be sgafyi forced to .dmlt.that the
this hemisphere that is inhabited by Shipments of citrus fruits from Kis- THESE CAPITALISTS AND WELL KNOWN CATTLEMEN WILL USE' ,The writer of the following letter Iladies.are superior to the men, in the

civilized people, and Hundreds of par simmee continue to increase as the -ENTIRE TRACT FOR RANCH PURPOSES BREEDING I'i one of the many who has receivedthe I way of inducing our city and county ie
,ties come to Kissimmee every season, holiday season draws near and our THOROUGHBRED BULLS WITH NATIVE COWS.' Valley Gazette through the courtesy -legislative bodies to make civic 1m-'
and outfit for a week or month's hunt. packing houses are working,overtime of our county commissioners, and j I p Ineconnection '
And as for those living. in adjoining to supply the demand: has been 'kind enough to forward .the'' with this subject we
i: ;*?rcounties, they come onto our prairies Total shipments from the Sligh names of several persons throughout!there reproduceletter' the editor ret i
-I! ..; ,in droves, and unless Warden Carson: packing house for thirty days have Ohio to this office,',with the request <,celved this week from hi. old friend
The most important land deal that they win,breed to the cows, and
,' onto his job night .and day amounted to boxes in ] range Dr.Jno. E. Ennis who' it Will be
keeps 18,600 shipped has. been made in this .section during' by that-means bring'their herds up that they be sent the Valley' Gazette ;re-
'W;' there will not, be a'buck or gobbler car lots, with several .hundred moreexpressed the three closed to the highest standard of ,excellence for a few weeks, as by reading It they I membered' so successfully operated a
past years was : yesterday -
i "" "" when Xmas arrives.'Considerable to fruit in small sanitarium at Narcoossee until
: d' : left defilers ; afternoon when E. L. Lesley,' in both weight and health.- i could learn the truth of conditions pro- ,Advanced -
: complaint !is being lots : veiling here. We assure the lady I I age forced hi. retirement; and ,
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chairman of our Board of County But one of the first' steps these '
f/ '-t.I made in different parts of the state From the Overstreet packing house Commissioners, ,and Walter Bass, tlemen will take and which is an gen exceedingly hat we will be glad"at any time. to I who now makes his home at St. Per'
'I", as to the manner) in which county there has been shipped 14,476 boxes chairman of School is the ridding :receive a list of names of persons in ersburg: i
wardens performing. their in lots and 785 boxes small 1 lots our Board pur. important one her. St. Petersburg, Fla., Nov. IS '18.I .
,:/ tt game are car In. chased the,,f ort Gardner tract of 26-' of the entire tract of ticks. and'to that state for entry on the list made ,
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the claim being made that more by'express. ,, the business'. Dear Triplett:
duty, 000 from E. W. Bowen. end will build a number of dipping possible through .$ore' i
attention is being paid to seeing'that Stratton's packing house did ',not acres v cattle in sight jof oqr commissioners : I am glad you are once more editor'i i,
These gentlemen will bring this immense vats and to it that all
licenses are taken out than to the vlo- open as early this season as the other see The letter follows: j of the Valley Gazette. ..During your,t",
Sufficient
the law in the killing of two houses in but have tract up to the highest state of their pastures are dipped; 1918. absence we really missed have' ,
,J lotion of the'citt., av perfection for ranch and number of times to tick In Mansfield 0., Nov. 12, you..1 (:r ;
'.ame. As far as our knowledge goes eraged about nine car loads a, week purposes, enclosure dose give of every mixture 14r, Editor: been a subscriber to the Gazette for, / *
.. will enter into the of the a the 9
largely raising
do arrest has been made In this counter since beginning .] high grade cattle in which This immense tract 'of land lies I have been wondering if there fa' eighteen years reading it closely: ;",,; 1
for violating the_ law, although we Much of the fruit in this section was have ,their an industry life since about ,miles south ,of Kissim any danger' of your geting, tired of and believe the great growth of-0., <
they boyhood twenty
confidently believe it has been violated sold on the trees bringing extra good spent my requests for your paper. When I ceola county is due largelyto the cor-
and which stand at the directly on the east shore of Lake
. everyday for the past three months, prices because of the' fine quality and head! in Klorida. they Cypress mee and is regarded as one of the started for Florida the first day of jjrect i I I statements in it made as to its ..
but under present conditions no blame maturity of the fruit so early in the is desirable of in September I thought I was about the, climate health and fertile soil. No ,
It their intention to fence the most' pieces
property
'can be attached to the warden. season. entire only person 4 knew who was interest northern man can read your paper r
WII Like the majority of laws passed Last week the Gazette told of the 'tractand cut it up Into pasturesfor the Kissimmee Valley.and ed in the South, but I find since Ii but will wish to see Kissimmee, and
>at the ,last session of the legislature excellent price at 1 which' fruit on the cattle of different breeds and ages.These Messrs. Lesley Bass are among reached home that I was greatly mis-. once there he will locate-or if this is
'the game law covers Just,about half Jno. M. Lee grove was, 'sold,.;'making: pastureswill: b plowed and Osceola county's most prominent business capitalists taken. So many people ask me about impossible will for all time recom'snend -
planted in different for winter and successful men,
;the ground It should to make It effec- .a total of $8,100 for sixteen acres M. grasses Florida and request the paper for, Osceola- county to his, friends
1; tlve. The law does not ,give the war7 Kate is authority for the statement i feed. They will purchase a large and are con.ideredthe' state'j'foremost . themselves and friends. I have the I and neighbors I am pleased to note ry
'"'g den' the right to appoint deputies, I that 'the crop on the,eight-acre: grove number of' thoroughbred bulls which cattlemen. promise of having plenty of company you have urged the city council to pur- ,
: thereby forcing him to police a terri known as the Katz Dlace brought .1 .. -'" when we become residents of your chase the ground and put it in shape i
tory as large as one of the New England 4,600 on the tree. '; -, city, which we anticipate doing Insideof for the amusement of your '
states. The reputation gain>!d for the fine Worth of the next nine months. A friend requested -' tourists. We hare one here one bloc \ t
, ''M Osceola county. is something over shape In which fruit packed; in Kissimmee $40,000 me to ask you to sendyour from the center of business and be. '
t ;one hundred miles long and about is received on the northern paper to the address enclosed. lieve it is one of our great attractions.:,
ilf that in width a large part' of markets has done much to make a Yours very, respectfully ., Fully four hundred tourists use the
Ti is sparsely Inhabited and no Strong demand for the brands sent Cattle From Mrs;.L. M. Kenton. grounds every day Thousands of
,i '. even though he traveled by.aero- out from our packing houses and the Shipped others, citizens: and tourists, can- be
e.i feould enforce the law. "It is prices 'are ,correspondingly good. I found there daily enjoying: the games., ,
'. : than probable the framers, of New'groves are being .et-out all OFF TO PRAIRIE Another large park Is being arranged "
I} ,"j i law represented counties in the over the ,county and many young County Last Week" for near therailroad depot which will
'l hem part of the state where deer' groves,are coming'into bearing each SHOOT DEER be opened next season. S
j' : unknown turkeys are kept in rear, and every season shows a healthy 'TO Such a park will not -only bring '
i. and a cat squirrel' hasn't been Increase In Osceola county.' *. many more tourists but' they will 1
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ty, where itiIn t uncommon for TRAIN LOAD LEFT SATURDAY FOR ST. LOUIS AND ANOTHER PARTY HEADED BY' J. WADE With kind regards and best wishes

,. IT to be seen In hundred yards ofirmers LIEUT. STfff/ff. SUNDAY FOR, LOUISVILLE L. LESLEY AND W. C. BASS TUCKER LEFT WEDNESDAY for't.he Valley Gazette and the "Big' f
\ home and turkeys to come 1 gest little city in America I remain,, -- ,
: TO BAG BIG GAME. .
SELL OVER' FIVE' HUNDRED HEAD TO EAST '
a country barnyard and eat with HOME fROM ORIENT Yours truly '
chickens, a dozen game wardens ,' COAST CATTLE CO. JNO. E. ENNIS. "-, \
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;needed to see that! the laws are J. Wade':'Tucker this city and a ..

r' 'efdlTnotinsinuate huntersaceola HAS ,BEEN.. OFFICER.' PHILIP- party consisting of Dr. C., W. Hollo-';; NEW EDEN BUYS '
the :
,:+ j.\ -county will that violate 'the PINE ,CONSTABULARY FOR I If the rate at which cattle was shipped ber, and buyers from all over the way and J. W. Dean of' Loughman,IFie. '

,"" :.. laws any more than those of PAST. ,,FOUR.. YEARS. ,. out .of this county last week, is country are in the lower part of thecounty Fla.'left., and Wednesday Mr. Pryor morning of Dade in City Mr. TRACTION 'ENGINE: (,o b''
but they will do kept up for three months' there will seeking options on the spring ,
t other county for all know that not be enough ,cows left to feed a round-up. Tucker's car for Whittier and points I .....:.....: y
1"I 't, as quick we Lieutenant J. ,B. Steffee, better dozen hungry babies' This shipping of cattle from O.eeo1acounty below, to be in at the opening of the
for deer ,
; a man is on from the behind hunt a pal- known in' this section aa Beacham Saturday night a train load left to western states has assumed hunting season the above named gentlemen I TO HAUL ITS PRODUCTS TO MAR ?r

one jumps and starts on a run across Steffee, returned to Kissimmee Tuesday this city for St. Ebuis Mo., and Sunday such proportions as demand, careful being guests of Mr. Tucker. .KET AND PLOW ,ITS HUNDREDS ' 1
to dump that man with the rifle is after: an absence of four :years night another train load pulledout consideration u Y prairie time investigat- in the Philippines.'where.he is an officer for Louisville Ky., the total num the condition 'of our cattle industrya Loughman left that place with wagon
to-lose
t Ming any Nor is any hunter in the constabulary.Beacham' ber In both bunches being 1246. The few years hence/ It.is learned that and ten dogs, five of which are trained -:--- rt i
f-Hfr' ,It. gender.include a 'tele.cope' In. histh.t. has gained ,some forty cattle ,were furnished by J. ,R. Done-, the cattle shipped last week, brought hounds, to meet the party at Whittier The New Eden Plantation locatednear
,*to -he use in discovering pounds in. weight during his. stay ran, Rull ,Bass, ,'Henry Partin and only $17 a head, while It is no uncommon and proeeed'with the ,rest of the Narcoossee, and which, fins: ,gene
< $ turkey'may on the limb of among' the little\\brown wards of this Jno. Tucker, andthe amount realized occurrence for a western steer hunters to the, point where they will extensively into the growing of sugarcane
i.r 1 the hundreds yards away is a government, and acquired about a was something over twenty-four thousand of '''the same weight of any of that set up camp,. and remain ,until they and the ,making of syrup has
a two hen. ton of knowledge of how big this I. dollars. bunch of cattle to bring as much as get all the', game the ,law allots or recently purchased a traction engineto
ler or a world is, as It required ,two monthsin On Monday' and until they get sufficiently tired out
that the law is L.Le.IIlY W.'C. f 40 on the hoof. use in hauling its products to mar-
k'A;' *J refore and, we should say never have beenMn'itt which to make the trip from Manilato Bass disposed of 601 bead to the ,The question then ari...., is |'t not to,want to return home again. ,I ket as well as furnish the power for
one present form for it will Kissimmee., he taking the long way I East Coast Cattle Co., which are being better to at least keep the cows and This party is a crack tour'where' the plows. .
w of an .honest man round touching at; Singapore Cey driven through''the country to Fort heifers here for breeding purpose and hunting is concerned, and ,it's dollarsto The company owning this plantation -
_dtUn_, cause many. There may be I lon,,Naples, Paris' and thence to New. i. Pierce., The total ''amount, Messrs. sell only the steers than It is to sell doughnuts that they give a',good comprises over one thousand ,i
wily mistake kill a doe or York. 'I. Lesley and Bass received for ''these cattle in a bunch ,regardless of sex. account:! of.themselves. > ?, acres is installing a modern
$? 'who and then hunt up the The lieutenant talks, entertaininglyof cattle was a little over fourteen thousand Cattle raising has been one of Oeeeo"count7" Here's to you gentlemen and may mill for the grinding of cane and mak'
,< key hen about it, but dur- life in the.far east,'and has acquired dollars. leading ,industries made so you have success ,beyond your' ownexpectations. ing of syrup ,.the capacity ,of which
1a"1 oVtcareer of something over considerable knowledge of the Monday night Ed. Fuell l'ebtpped a by the excellence and extent of the will take care' of about one hundred
*P. WS have not had the plesa. languaF.e': especially Tagolog. He car load of prime beef steers to Jacksonville -. range, and to impair that industry acres. New Eden' syrup. first placed
tea says its good to once again breathe for which he received a frac by promiscuous: soiling appear. to us ,' on the market last winter at once
acquaintance.one
i ,their themir of Kissimmee the T. Li. CURRY BUYS
4' to protect the as air of the tion less than two thousand dollars. as a moat-tutwise move. .. took first place with practically: every
Is way wa1', and that Is tot islands is so laden with the smell of ,Added together-the-amount! our lo- Th*cattftnnen of this county brgan ,FURNITURE. FACTORY housewife in this section:which factis
and only being OM killed for at least tropical, growth that it makes one cal cattlemen received the past week. (Iced an association last spring ana w. --..; the reason of the immense acreage r,
ra any carrying'of a languid., Beacham' for cattle sold and sent out of this think.it would be a busineaa-Iib DOve T. L.. Curry the well known carpenter planted to cane at New Eden this S
nto rpralrie-'oT-fnto-the is on-furlough: ,' and ;'bill county and you will find it amounts on President Lesley's part if he would and, cabinet maker who _sope year. "
facie spend several?.months here with his to forty, thousand dollars call a. meeting for'th' discussion of .of the gentlemen to organize theOjiceola Cattle and hogs are'a1ao among
+ be prima- then make parents. r And from information that reached this/most important question. Furniture Company a ,few the big industries at this plantation*, e
this office this is but a beginning of *eeks ago this week took over ,the and the owners are' making arrange's
r k.frs.Hbr.MS'asJd: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosbeln and little _what will be done ,along,that, line Mr. add entire plant from his associates. ments to inbreed both with the best
be" enough in,this daughter, Catherine- of Eau Claire, during the den six mon bs.' Already souri- Valley artiv.dThureday; --:Mr Curry: will, continue the opera- stock that can be IProcurecl--colna"
accommodate game all, and a per. Him, arrived a few day ago to spend arrangements have ,been' made for afternoon and are 'the;guests of Mr. -of the"Osceola Furniture Co.'s upon the theory that it costs no. more .,
"''to'' travel 'forty the hinter in JI'1orida.Iel'a" :! now three and'possibly-four...train loads and-Mrs. IL,W/Bole.;at-their home' P and the manufacture of special to feed and care for a thousand-pound ,
V not.rSSs rabbit ten 'pleasantly located. at ItUliard's. Island. of :cattle to leave here for western on Vine and Bermuda, avenue. >They.. '/" -; the season opened sea{';this'd'y, -" "",Ty., points,'aboutthe, :fifteenth, .of.Deoeav- anon their way: to,St.,Psttrsburf.' :.and.fixture; stock,, ,.it does for. a common, scrub.., "
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PAQE 2., THE- KISSIMMEE I VALLEY GA7ETTF.' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 31, 1$13

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: : Our taxes may be at present great -

: That Iniquitous c 1- J JI load moreso to carry if wedo, but,not they-have will an prove Increased still I .


: ,::;, .D.rainage"Law 1: Money population civic judiciously and in county our spent'county.improvementsis in' necessarjr DRESS WELL AND THE'WORLD.: IS WITH YOU b

','" a paying investment to the tax .
!' I payer, and to gain that'end we should LET ALONE,
\ turn to commission form of government BE OUT, OF STYLE AND YOU'RE

I,' ?' By R. A, BARTOW like a pall''' over the power that the headed and by a form capable a engfneer.road commission .

r. Editor Valley Gazette: I'few possess over the many on account If we are sincere in our expressions '
b In lion. Mr. Oliver'J1 of this property qualification. -', The TAILORED makes lilly man
f' replying to concerning public improvements now. : '' ROYAL 'garment
'\1, letter I simply desire to encouragethat : I I In the 601s Andrew Johnson, then is the accepted time to act. WOOL material -
President of the United States, look because it is made of pun*,
!&I gentleman in his exposition of r was. If we have come to the end of our Royal
\;' the drainage law to bring some ad'I impeached by the House of Representatives tether, we can bawl and bleat as much and GUARANTEED' workmaiisitip. We guarantee ,'
1 for high crimes and misde : ,
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ditional argument in favor'of-the-bill at we please but we are securely fast .
tf.. which he has fostered with such tenderregard. llmeanora.t The United StatejSenate I II I It to:an unbending stake, Sweet pasture a PERFECT FIT and is ninde to your instructions
; I have rot read the law and I I was constitutional body before is just beyond our reach, while that '
: It i can therefore only be guided by the t Chief whom Justice the case was to be tried,. the in' our small area is short and dry. to putt your Royal Ipoks.. We carry its com- ,
P I contents of said letter as published i il in of the Supreme Court of A crystal flows nOOK
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spring \\\to Waste but 'll1 LARGE
the United q line. The a .
are
l '>>,IPTi your esteemed journal. create The evidence we can not enjoy it under existing. plete samples :
manhood and from had this impeachmentwas it'over and
Front youth to DISPLAY and are welcome to look
thence to old age, w- have been taught. presented before that august This is no mirage, but an absolute you '
that this was a government created body counsellors, accompanied by arguments of fact.. pick a choice of a ROYAL CHRISTMAS bUIf. .. ,tOur
for the of giving the majority selected. The question of Who cut the .
purpose can gordeon knot and attention is r.
I .A right to rule, and with the excep/the guilt' or innocence of the accused' set us free? PRICES are very LIBERAL and our

tion of stock incorporated bodies and was decided by a vote cast by the Let us profit by a bitter experienceand Our complete line of LADIES and : :
senators. The vote
l similar associations, the millionaire's was partisan in turn to commission form of ,government very prompt. , '
vote counted no more I than that of the It Its required nature- -37 two-thirds guilty 19 not guilty. and let this be .'GENTS FURNISHINGS is a very attractive one, and
a vote to
contact -
poverty-stricken' man in com The of the
a parting
munity, consequently, being con-j this was equivalent to a verdictof ways. .. o -. "we invite you to make your TRADING HEADQUARTERS -
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not guilty.' Now if the Presidentwas
S, fronted were the with medium a proposition through that which acres a guilty of the overt acts with I GREAT INTEREST at our Store. ; '
which he was charged, how could nine- i
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J I majority was to be established, we feel)

r that it force would than, require Mr., Oliver's stronger:arguments persuasive -, ing teen the United positions States which Senators they did, occupy clear ,I IN CATHOLIC MISSION CURPRI-SE. !

present to convince us that his themselves of perjury? And if not ,
guilty, it does not look reasonablethat -
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well .
j points are taken THE ,
q 4 The point that, I would desire to thirty-seven'members could be so; NOW BEING CONDUCTED BY THE , , '; 'f
;, demonstrate is that this/ ,law if carried corralled] by party ties as to declare PAULIST. MISSIONARY, REV. TORE ;
Both '
t 'r C into effect _would be of proportional him guilty. sides could, I-sup- J. C. ALLARD. : ).
i l advantage to the man who possessed pose, have showed cause why they .
forty acres within the specified area voted as, they did, but this one-sided 116 Broadway Kiisimmee, Flat
; i as to the man that had ten thousand. | affair had very much the appearanceas Great-interest is" being aroused by \
effort to the
an please of
majority
To the the mission
assume affirmative this
on now being conducted by ,
kv those who constituted the ., :
question would assert that our men of creative the_ Paulist missionary. Rev. J. C. '
the .
iI of Senate.A
; wealth are all honest, conscientious power Allard, in the Catholic'cburch.. The I I
members of' society. A negation body of supervisors may be Impervious interest in the mission is not con- PERUCHIGYPZENEAT i II I IIIIIII I-III I III I I I I I I I
; would be centered against this by to outside influence'but the fined to Catholics. alone, .but many:
small land holders who have been com- : common fear that this might be a non-Catholics are attending also, especially -.
t, pelled to dispose of ..their property to mistake and that it would be too lateto the night services and it is DIXIE THEATERIN r rANINVITATION
parties who held large tracts of land mend this after the mischief wts anticipated that a still larger number -
in the immediate neighborhood, and done prevails with of will attend next week when doc- '
.y thus give up their homed to those who Ple. trinal topics will be discussed by the POPLAR PLAYS FOR THREE .
possess acres sufficient to shut them ison, but have always divided the motto Rev lecturer.
out from all the conveniences they of our country among the different A question box will be placed at NIGHTS, BEGINNING MONDAY
had before enjoyed.If classes as follows: Rich Man, "Unitedwe the entrance, of the church in which -- ..
stand NOVEMBER 24TH. ==-==:, =-- =::-:::::: 00"--=:_._ "':" ._ ___
time and-space would permit I Poor Man "Divided we all are invited to place written questions -
could produce the proof of these nefarious fall." Very many of our wealthymen concerning any point of Catholic i I -
schemes, but move onward to look down upon the poor man as faith or practice. Each evening these. The theatrical season will open in ,-
the several points honor- a menial cast upon the world for tbepurpol' questions will be "
made by the : answered previousto Kissimmee on November 24 and at the
,. able gentleman. of rendering the former such the lecture. The answers will be. same time this will be the formal'operi-'' THERE are many queslions'confronling y.ou'every day.: .
/ I not presuming in this service as they may demand. Evi- given in of i \
am a Christian
com- spirit charity, ing of the. new Dixie Theater. Man- ,
the most is. Where will have bank account?
munication that Mr. Oliver was actuated dently the poor man needs protection. the'whole mission in fact will be free ager Tano has been fortunate in securing - important : you jour ,
by any unworthy motive in The stability of our government. from all abuse and controversy. Anyone the Peruchi-Gyplene .Company -
presenting his bill before the Legislature mands it. In case of war, they are can attend feeling perfectly sure for the opening and they will begina -
f nor do I allege that the members the patriotic sons who bear the heat that nothing will besaid calculated to three nights' engagement on Monday fT YOU have not solved this important ,question to your saUs- ..
1 in voting for this measure had aught and burden of the day. Men of wealth wound the religious sensibilities of November 24th. k
but the best interest of the people at furnish the financial means. but not anyone. The Peruchi-Gypzene Company is ] | faction permit us:to offer you the services of our-bank. The matter ',\
heart. with the same spirit. Let this nation The lectures! during the coming probably the best known and most ,
I The letter dwells with considerable become means, would wealth fur week will be as follows: popular dramatic organization in the ; )f being associated with a reliable, growing/ modern bank is important. n
force on the following propositions: nish the We think not. Their Sunday, Nov. 23, 7:30: p. m., The South. Headed by C. D. Peruchi and
? First. That three supervisors are patriotism is speculative, and they Divinity of Christ:. Mable Gypzene, who are generally We offer you every convenience and! courtesy, ,and we want you

I f It to be appointed. expect value received for advances Monday, Nov. 24, 7:30: p. m., The: known as the "Comedy King and j
p, Second. That these supervisors are made Bible. Queep," the company number four ,with us. Come and.nettle the question. UIIKKR you will do your ;

I to be parties possessing land within As far as any application thatmigbi Tuesday, Nov 25,. 7:30: p. m., The ,teen capable artists. I ,
the district from whence they are ap be made before a Circuit Judgeis Church. On Monday night "The Turning banking. We are glad t tb extend you the invitation. '

I''; pointed. concerned, let us see in the past Wednesday, Nov. 26, 7:30 p. m., Infallibility Point," direct from the Hackett
a Third. That these supervisors are how far the judicial departments nave of the Pope. Theater, in New York, will be the at t .

; to report,annually. been controlled by their constituents, Thursday, Nov. 27, 7:30 p. m., The traction. This is one of the best of REMEMBER that we can supply you with Traveler's Checks, or !
ti I will take the propositions separateIy and for this purpose we will refer Confession. all the modern plays and it has provedone "

:, and see if they will make any you to /the Hayes-Tilden embroglio.The Friday, Nov 28, 7:30: p. m., The of the most popular of the late issue you Letters of Credit or Foreign Exchange.: If you need a place ',
6 amendment to previous assertions.To advocates of each party declared Sucharist. productions. The story is one of intense .

whom would this body owe their t that their party had been elected. Sunday, Nov SO, 10 .a, ,n., The interest and there is plenty of ', In which to keep your valuable papers, you should rent a Safety Deposit |
appointment or election T To those Congress being unable o,agree the Blessed Virgin. the brightest comedy to enliven the '

,) owning the largest number of acres, lower house' being Democrateic, and Sunday Nov. 80, 7:30 |.. m., Why. I tense situations. ; ; Box in our burglarproot'alu1, ,, \
of course. '. > the Senate Republican, an .(arbitrationwas am a Cat :olie" On Tuesday night, Viola Allen's
To whom would they be submissive? decided upon consisting: of five The first week of the mission will I great success, "The White Sister I
To hte minority? Certainly not. If members chosen from the senate, five close next Sunday, Nov 23rd, with will be the offering. This is the onlyand
they refused to comply with the de- from the House and five judges of the I rlass. at 8 o'clock a. m. The second original, dramatization of F.
mands of the creative power the result! Supreme Court. The president of the week will open in the evening at 7:3J. Marion Crawford's famous novel of
4 would be their removal. Where, then, Senate selected three Republicans and The Sunday school will be held at the same name. This is a wonderful ; Citizens Bank of Kissimmee ; ;:
does the small land owner come in? two Democrats, the House three 11: o'clock. play and one whose wholesome prin- .
Ic Echo answers: Where! Democrats and two.Republicans, the Thanksgiving there will "special ciples have been endorsed by clergymen ., ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, P. K. WEAVER
$
Even they were citizens of 1\t : } :
suppose Supreme Court consisted of three Republicans services at 9 a., m. of all denominations. '
k :Florida. One year creates citizenship, and two Democrats, thus "Life's Shop Window" will be the President "' ,'- Cashier ,
i and what would that period amountto eight Republicans and seven Democrats attraction for Wednesday night.. ThisIs
with those who have their own self constituted the board of arbi- CARSON CATTLE CO. one of the best, cleanest and most I.' I . I II I II 1III IIIIIII II IIIIIII . 1111111,1 III'

,r ish ends to subserve? trators. On every question that was pleasing plays that has been given ,
The yearly report of these supervisors presented the eight Republicans voted BUYS TEXAS: CALVES tq the American stage in recent years.
would be made to whom either in favor of their candidate and the Each of these plays is a high priced
'+ "the large land holders or their proxies\ seven Democrats for theirs, and the royalty play and each represents the
taw fit.. They could accept or' reject final decision of the eight was that best in its particular class of play. Listen! Sheep acre shorn
A any report that did not exactly correspond .Mr. Hayes had received 185 electoral IN THE LOT ARE FORTY-FIVE This is a rare opportunity of seeing ;
with their own views, and at votes' and Mr. Tilden 184. and Mr. three great plays, usually seen ,at, a
p FIVE
iT' 'i a minority of'acres would he compelled ,, Hayes was afterward Called the 8 to.7 BULLS'AND! HEIFERS, dollar fifty and two dollars, at pop- of their pure wool to make
to submit to the majority we fall I President. ALL BLACK MULEYS.The ular prices.
C to see what the former could do un Now; gentlemen, my skirmish line the all wool Goods WE '
less they agreed to any measure that has been thrown out, the line of bat GREAT LUCK sell.,
ft the majority'of acres might advise. tle J is behind my position of the field\ following appeared in last
'Patrick"Henry asserted, that there and will be defensive. No one is week's issue of the Fort Worth (Tex.) Ralph-Miss Wose, sometimes I

was no way of judging the future by challenged but ff Senator Drone, Mr. Live Stock Reporter, and.-will be read think,Bertie has a chawmed life.. '".,,jf'- ,
4 the past. The wisdom of this deer Oliver or any other party or parties with interest by our people, as it will Miss Wose-Why? '1
r laration has been clearly demonstrated consider themselves aggrieved by be seen that the Carson Cattle Co. ,Ralph Whenever he after
a
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;: by men in high stations counter- what has been advanced, they are at Intends to exert every effort to bring goes '
s; parting the acts of their predecessors liberty to use their own mode of at- their herd up to the highest. ,state of position he finds it has been taken.-
;i and we think: that the past history of tack, and the writer will agree not to perfection: Kansas City Star. %
our country relating to the acts and be angry at any retort that may be "C. A. Carson, Jr., representing the \
b), doings of our most distinguished men used, only reserving the right to giveas Carson Cattle Company, last week pur:
will cast a shadow! which descends j)I well as receive. chased forty-five bull calves and five
heifer calves, all black muleys, from I
R. E. Gatewood of Clebume, paying

II i The Parting of the WaysI fancy"These prjce.,cattle will be delivered on I YourFavorites / .' ,

the Carson company's holdings in s it )
\, 'Florida and will be used for breeding >, :
purposes., The Carson company rune -
+' By II. EDMUND SWABEY I on the individual who chooses his subordinates between 13,000 and 14,000 head on
IiI A great many of our cities are still according to the adaptability their immense ranch in Florida.
r burdened 'under the old fashioned to the duties they are called uponto "Mr. Carson was in Fort Worth last 1
cumbersome form of municipal government 1 perform. week, later going to Cleburne and 4 I 'e'w 'ea .
while hundreds of our cities Most certainly we. here in Kissimmee Blum to close the transaction. He
are now Working.under' the commission need radical was accompanied by Richard'Jihnson,
t 'a change in our Heinz Sour Pickles ... _______ .10 .
y for mto their great advantage. I form of civicgovernment if we aspire who engineered the deal ?
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a Commission form of government in to ever become a city of importance. "The fine calves are, of the same
Heinz Sweet Pickles __________ .16
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the main solves the problem of a gov- We have tried the old form with lamentable kind of 'cattle that II. B. Johnson, the

,ernment of the people, for the people results, and ,find whatever famous feeder and breeder of Chicka- Heinz" Oyster Sauce ......._.., .25
/ and the people.It sha, Okla., exhibits" at the Fat stock
a by : the personnel of our city consist We
,
lifts the burden of civic government ,i whether they be lavish (uneconomical may ) show,each year'and wins many prizes. Heinz Horse ,Radish :__..__._ ..15Libby'a are showing some unusual shades
from the shoulders of those whore or parsimonious th ecity funds, the Last spring Mr. Gatewood purchaseda and Veaves In our Ladles Vool-
incapable, through want of training tax payers are .between two mill large String of these cattle. Strawberry Preserves .10 Ratine

_ _; onto those adapted by training for stones. "This is the first purchase that the Scudders' Maple Syrup qta.____ .50 Suits. These suits are the very latest.
the special work they are paid to Either we pay for so-called improvements Carson Cattle company has made in '
w' perform, and if these specialists an unreasonable sum 'or whena Texas." + Scudders'::Maple..Syrup- pints..*. .30 word In style ,and coloryet can sell t '
should be found Incapable, the people meritorious business proposition i.proI'Osed is them to at
r you an economical
have the of recall. price.
,i power (from which the tax payers LAYMEN'S MEETING .
The specialists are the servants of would receive'a substantial benefit) Also some very oretty Silk 'Dresses and
1; the people in the broadest sense of the it is turned coldly down. Our next Laymen's meeting will be w
Blouses.
1 ''word, paid for their services and,under Truly; we are a' long! suffering generation held at the Pastime theater next Sun- '
bond for the faithful performance but we have no one to blame day afternoon at 3:30. ,The' Kls Wagon Deliveries.North *

r { 'of, their.dutieL but'ourselves, as'we do not look far nice Glee club have kindly agree to ., , 'We wish also
V It is a common sense, business proposition enough ahead nor profit by the experience sing for the first time in public at tlri to announce the arrival t.

which its advocates espouse. of, other communities. This ap netting, and we hope,that there wil Kissimmee 8:00 a. m of a large shipment /leckwear
for theultimate good of the masses plies to our county as well as to our be a good attendance, and that everyone for: :;J1
1 'It has, 'been.tried out and, found" to. city. q)' will 1 come with the spirit of pray r )I, ? I South Klasimmee J>::00_ a. m Misses and Ladles. Have you seen p
:work with excellent results. Our'neighboring-cities have
united that aft '
we do and -
some good
The only further'advanced'Idea in for the inay North Kissimmee'11:00 these I test little ?
.. ultimate good of their communities may receive a blessing. "c : a. m. novelties If not do
the management is the appointmentOf and instituted commission >The object of these meetings is to not fall to call and ,
in charge of all civic form of Afternoon.Service regular up to 5 p. in. 'see vat -'
1 one man put government; other counties draw men in every,walk of life nearerto , we. ,have.. .
} affairs,' to .whom Is given the ;samepower have' bonded for good roars which. ar. God, and it.is the duty' of every '-r-
as is''"vested in the manager of an absolute.necessity. .' M Christian to lend their best endeavor Ladles' suits and
dresses
} any large commercial Arm.This ''There is no 'disguising:the (fact wart to ...ist'ln ,this' worthy ,cause. AT SiSL.O 0'' to
'.. form of civic O"emment'In" falling behind the if( $2.9.0 0. All -
times, and we Every man' and boy in' Kitsimmee. .r colors latest t
yope'Ua:' some European' cities containing do not put forth as'much energy ai eol'dIalIT.InTited. to be present styles., ; !
.from lxty:to jwventy. thons- our'neighbors in'a! "very:'few years it i 'w H, ,Jonesy.President;, I A' ,: ''
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aDd inhabitants/. ,..hr**!satire .satisf will be a case of "as you Q'D.'S '' C., ,S T A fi F
"' action.tTMs .f ,"" I If our aim is-to,attract capitaour i 'We-:; know some men".ho' seem to .,., f.l. ""i'L,." V ,' 0 RDC"o 1/1/
; ,,, 'l latter form' of tOTwnment cer.tainly .I county and city we. mast.stiir. ImJirove. to know, everything that. isnt worth I" 'It - *. 'a l ?
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RIDAY;, NOVEMBER 21 '' 'X If
,' 1913 I I' THE KISSIMMEE'VALLET .
GAZETTE PACK: X

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MA. ''ROOTY 'BEGINS .wm&ear the same relation to"fisheries what he has sacrificed to the'common'welfare. .

,. as the agricultural experiment' OBSERVANCE: OFAGRICUlTUR ."
Lions do to. agriculture" said' Dr. At any rate the Office of Roads is '
,
y' : Smith, in,explaining the need of the Choice Selected RealEstate :
,
PLACING' .VALUES, legislation"Just-as-tbs: experimentalstations now taking special pains to make clear . "
: L AND the 'economic advantages of avoiding r .
give opportunities for study
In their '
steep grades
t qads'even "
for Sale
of
problems looking crop improve : some sacrifice of, better land. Investigation -
ONJAILROADS1ASTACKIEIUGBEATBIBJOB the ment the fisheries station* will give RURAL LIFE DAY shows that the laying of such
fish
experts an opportunity to roads over hills has resulted more To enable me to make some contemplated for a sheep and cattle farm. Price
make, experiments looking tQ improvement from attention ...,
I I to the preservation of I.wlll'offe, 40.00 .
in breeding fish. The proposed farm lines,than from scientific attention improvements f per' acre..

tea.k station will not be a hatchery. ONE DAY A YEAR IN SCHOOLS to the'problem''of road building.- for a, short time the lollowing \

"At illustration: northern According to the testimony of farmers pieces of choice property for sale No. 5. Lake front lot at the end ,

waters we'find a game trout about a i consulted, where a horse might be. at the very reasonable. prices. of Stewart street, if Stewart street

LL PUT OUT'ONE HUNDRED find foot a long.much larger In southern trout but waters not game.we CHILDREN SHOULD BE PERMITTED able road to it would pull 4,000 have pounds on in a level named: extended through to the lake," being
AND FIFTY difficulty pulling
SURVEYING PAR- Our idea is to have a place where we TO PAUSE IN THEIR ,OOO pounds a bill.. The fractional northwest quarterof
up steep ,
.:IJE. COVERING ENTIRE can experiment In' cross-breeding the WORK AND CONSIDER size of the load, therefoNr tends to be No. L The new Will son Build- section 27-in the same block

r COUNTRY. game- northern trout with' the' slug ;SIGNIFICANCE OF.. measured by the grade of the largest jng, lot 43x75 ft., on Darlingtonavenue with the electric light plant and Ice . . .
gish southern trout with the hope of bUr in the road to market. In a'num- .(Darlington ave.Is 70 ft. dock. ., I
factory-near the city Suitable '
AGRICULTURE.Washington
developing larger and fish.
a gamer ber of
I cases1 actual experiment shows wide and'brick'paved). .
Washngton, D. C. Nov. 17.-Hon. By such' methods we believe we can that the relocating roads around for factories or dock purposes. --

hal. A. Prouty, in charge of the improve the site of food fish and work D. C., N 'Y. 17.-So hills has been accomplished, either The first floor la two store rooms Price $500. .

,i ork of physical valuation the rail- other breeding problems of the Am- fundamental is the upbuilditig rural with, no addition in road length in; 20x65 feet each, built so as to be

ads of ntry for the Inter. erican food fish. life, in the opinion of Dr. P. P. Clax- some Instances, and with the adding; thrown all into oneroom if desired. No. 6. 5-acre l lot near the center
'
ate Commerce Commission, hat be. 'The Fisheries Experimental Station ton United States of only a few feet to the highway in i
Commissioner of
will also be used for the study of fish of The second floor has 4. apartments Kissimmee, adjoining Aultman'sGardens.
n.work on,the huge task. others. The Office knows of
Education that the in no case
observance the
diseases. It la known that flan die where relocated or suites for offices, with private Suitable for dwellings and '
In a properly road which
assuming the duties of his schools of one day each as Agricultural \
new year
-
osition, Mr. Prouty made some in- by' thousands from certain maladies. and'Rural Life Day" should has cut out grades has lead to any bath in each. Water, sewer and truck garden. Fronting 1280 ft '-
j.
reresting announcements aa to the This station will give the Bureau fish become a national custom, instead of question to its material reductionof electric lights. 'on Central avenue. Price $500. .,

} ork ahead of him. There is no such diseases experts an and opportunity make experiments to study these in being confined to a few states, as at hauling costs. Rental capacity $1740.00' ((14. % .'J,

ing as a detailed! and compete sur- methods of checking their ravages., present. . I at present low rents). Price. }'o. 7. Lot 36x105 on Emmett '4 '

ey or the raUroad Few'of the comanies "We can do. without, somA-- of our 1 THE PRODUCTION I $12,000.No. .' street, in the rear of Osceola Hard x
are able to furinsh detailed '. anniversaries, if need be;;' says Dr.. ware Co., and adjoining Wilder's ,;
blats of their property, showing ex. Claxton, "to have time for this the "
frame building
Sctly what they own and where it is. FIRST VESSELTO most fundamental of all. The childrenIn 2. Two-story studio Brick paved street, city '}

Jbviouslv, therefore, the first task our schools should be given an opportunity OF EGGS IN THE on corner lot 24x65 ft. on Darlington ' water connection.. Good business lot
-
ead of the government appraisers to pause .in their regular .avenue and alley. 1st floor or dwelling. Price 800.,,
i to make an accurate map of the PASS THROUGH work and consider'the significance of Is a store room/the second floor is u

ropertles; to learn precisely whatal agriculture and rural life; the worth UNITED STATES 6-room apartment with city water. No. >8. Fractional 1 lots 1, '2, 8,
estate Is owned, what structures and worthiness of
tilling of the. soil
copy it, and the' like. The paucity "PANAMA CANAL and the beauty. and glory of simple, Rental capacity 420.00, ;, 12% at block 10 Robinson Add. This is

M. these fact< InJthe records of the and sane life in the open country. present low rents. Price $3500.00.No one of the few vacant lots with R.R. ;

road companies themselves\ is ---- Dr. Claxton points,out that in several INCREASING STEADILY YEARLY sidetrack in Kissimmee, suitable #
ther surprising."We states "Agricultural' Rural 3. Broadway property in for dwelling warehouse '
or factory. v ,
will probably put out about '- 'f "(enter of business section. "Flat-.
PANAMA Life Day" has already been introducedinto
About 125
OWNED BY RAILROAD feet on Hand street and
}50 surveying parties, covering the the schools, at the suggestion of ACCORDING TO THE STATEMENT\ iron" comer, Stewart avenue and '
about 75 feet
R.
R. Price
hole said on $450.
country, Mr. Prouty. ,j
the Bureau of Education. In other
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ISSUED BY DIRECTOR W..1.- 81 feet on Broadway Two story "
There will be about eight men inch states exercises appropriate to the
party, making' total of 1,200 COL. GOETHALS WILL BE GIVEN purpose' are held in connection with HARRIS OF THE BUREAU' frame building; 1st floor storeroom No.9' Beautiful dwelling lot', i'

or thereabouts in this branch of the TIME TO COMPLETE 'ARRANGEMENTS Arbor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or the OF CENSUS. 2nd ftoorroom apartment, corner of Aderhold and Bass Sts.,'

ork alone. The problem of organic( Harvest Home celebration., In orderto city water. Also a two-room frame with cement sidewalk, one'bearing '
BEFORE ,
ng and traneporting'these has notn aid in the observance of
proper Washington D. C.. Nov. 18. The office building with city water. Annual grapefruit tree. Lot 66x75 feet..
an easy one. We will probably THIS TRIP IS MADE. the day, under whatever name it may '
I decide to give each party a specialdear be celebrated! the Bureau of Educa- production of eggs in the United renting capacity (at low rents.) Price $400.00 -t\,

to transport its people and para- tion has just issued a bulletin con- States is increasing steadily per an- $570.' Price $10,000. -.

j and provide quarters in Washington, D. C., Nov. 17.-The taining material that can be used by num, according to a statement issued No. 10. Dwelling lot adjoining ,J +,
fhlch to live while working through first deep-draft vessel to pass throughthe teachers and ,others in arranging an by Director W. J. Harris of the Bureauof No. 4. 500 acres of muck, prairie my residence, ,fronting 75 ft on
be When their work is done canal from to the Census.
country. Panama ocean interesting program. and pine land ,adjoining city
[and plats are made, it will be possible i ocean will be"one of the Panama railroad _Fittingly prefaced with the ""Coun Official U; S. census figures show limits all under fence roadon Aderhold street One bearing ;;
\for the first time to know just what I' steamers, now plying regularly Boys Creed the bulletin ,Includes that in 1899'the total production of ; ; county ,grapefruit tree. Price $350.00.
try '
,the railroads own of real estate and between New York and Colon, if the sections on man's struggle for food eggs amounted to 1,293,662.000 dozens, north side; railroad on south, ,

structures, and where they are. plan which Secretary Garrison has in the application of science to agricul-; or an average of 17.0 dozens per with canal, lake and orange grove To real estate agents aeUlnc'any :' '

. '.course' ground-plan surveyis ie 'contemplation finally is adopted. TheSecretary's ture; men influential in improving agriculture capita; in 1909 the production was for western boundary. This it a of the above property, I will pay
only a beginning. It'will ( idea is to allow Col. Goe- 1,591,311,000 dozens, or an average of ,
--from George Washingtondown splendid dairy farm proposition or the usual commission.
".H elude a determination, not only of exact :thals all the time he requires to com through Luther Burbank, Liberty 17.3 dozens per capita; and for 1913 ,

|?-,1> land ownership by the roads, but :plete the canal and experiment with If. Bails v, and ..... -_* V the production .(estimated) will be 1-; J. M e WILLSON Jr -
also a description of the structures. I it before this initial trip is made., men;;' our domestic- animals;,--and -a 734,539,000: dozens, or 17.7 dozens per ,
'a'The survey will describe cuts, fills, Then, on the deck of one of the liners study of forests. capita. OFFICE IN'WILLSON BUILDING KISSIMMEE, 'FLORIDA .

,' J etc., giving measurements in belonging to the War Department, How vegetables have been used as The increase in the annual production
;I detail so that it will be possible to President Wilson, with some of the medicines different peoples of eggs in the United States from !

[calculate exactly what actually has members of his cabinet, the congres- breadmaking among through the the; 1899 to 1909 was 23 per cent, while 4 I Ir
d, [been done to bring the work to its sional committees having jurisdictionover mysteries of mother earth ages; the; or-I the increase in the population of this

[present status. Bridges, whether the canal and a few ..newspapermen igin of food plants co-operation I country for the same decade was 21 R..vr Gi l'
;
.steel '' will be measured the cent in words the increasen ,:
stone or pile, will pass through/: waterway farmers: Wonders of a single I per ; other
(and described in like fashion, so that from Cristobal, on the Atlantic side, among acre-these and other ,topics treated the production of eggs for ten years .
'?\ when the work is done and the results to Balboa, at the Pacific entrance. with special reference to glorifying was greater than the increase in population -

X worked out we will be able to tell by Secretary Garrison said that whileno country life.. Following each discussion I "
', your records just what are the physical positive date 'could be fixed for there is -a list of suitable I These statistics of the productionof it i-I

M facts about every mile of road; how this ceremony, he) thought that Col. on farming and farm poeml'and life. eggs in the United States, as compiled -
'.. much cut has been made, how ,much Goethals would succeed in clearing I "What songs we have tried to do," said by the Census, may be somewhat
fl fll), under what conditions, what kind the-way through the Cucaracha slide Dr. Claxton "is to get together. in I I underestimated even on the farms to

1 i'.T of material has been' moved, what kind (meaning in Spanish, "Cockroach"slide convenient form material that will which they relate, since farmers'sel- rto

''of ballast, and how much. there is,.and ) by February 1, and certainly, help in the movement for appreciationof |I dom keep accurate records of egg
all such physical facts. it would be possible to pass deep the true value and beauty of farm I production and are apt to underestimate -
Not less interesting than tbjs draft vessels through by next spring. life all classes of our populaI I it, particularly by underestimating :-

ground-plan survey is the beginning The Fram, Capt. Amunden's famous tion.among The wider observance of.Agriculture the home consumption; but ''if:
,." of the huge task of writing the corporate antartic ship, was lying in the harborof and Rural Life Day, both in there is no means of judging the extent 1 :Ir\E 1 '
history of every railroad. The Colon when Secretary Garrison city and'country will give the of the deficiency due to this
law imposes, in this'connection, a task sailed from the isthmus It had been coming Ichoolsl Insight cause. Also, there probably are many: .

of impressive 'proportions. The cor- promised that the Fram would be than the past has had into\ the fact millipn dozens of eggs in. the'aggre NITRO CLUB

porate history.of every railroad must among the first vessels to be passed that agriculture is the basis of national gate produced in places which strictlyare ..
ibe told from its beginning. For in- through the canal; on her way to well-being,, and that there is no not classed as farms, such as for SHOT SHELLSSteel
taW, if it was built| in 1842 as-aii Bering Sea, conveying another arctic more honorable work in life than that instance in suburban districts of large

ii.1'narrow-gauge, thirty-eight miles long, exploring expedition. 'But she Would on the farm." cities, on private estates, and in small Lined Speed Shells for Fast Birds
and if later a dozen of these little not be' the first vessel through, said towns and villages. So that, in fact,

local roads were consolidated into? a Secretary Garrison. the total production of eggs for tho .BIRDS have a right of course, to flush up \vheie- I

bigger road; and if still later a dozen Leaving for future decision the entire orted for any ever they please and fly off at any unexpected

i of, these lines were brought togetherin question as to whether the permanent LONGEST WAY OFTEN I one year is undoubteI. : y considerably angle I What you want is the nearest thing to point- '
a system; then the history of that government the Canal Zone shall I underestimated. thorteal lead.
system must go back\ to the beginningsof be by one man or in the hands of a According to the census figures, the blank aim-the possible

every one of these subsidaries, and commission, Secretary Garrison, as. THE SHORTEST WAY !I average value per dozen, at the farm Shoot the .A*..f f, .r.-Rem DKtDn-UMC SttJ UnU ArroW
I' every organization, reorganization- well as Col. Goethals, gave some at- as reported by the farmers, increased and Nitro duU. 110., get your load to the bird quicker than
ceivership, consolidation, issue or reissue tention to the plans for the creationof + from $0.111 in 1899 to $0.193 in 1909, any other shell known to'Uie shooting mten ty. Their steel

of securities, etc., must be described a force of employes to operate the IN. ROAD BUILDING I or 74 per cent.According lining grip the powder giving "your shot charge the full
in detail. It must be shownat canal. Col. Goethals is naturally desirous to the yearbook of the benefit of the explosive force.' 'y ,. i
what prices every class of securities of retaining in the permanent |i Department, of Agriculture, the aver- It'. a RemingtonrUMC idea-tK t seal lining-to if you

were sold; whether it was paid establishment as many as' possible of j age price received for eggs by farmersof want speed you must .aee that you get Rem Daton-UMC'

.' for in money, property, franchise, promoter's the employes' who have made good IS OPINION OF GOVERNMENT'I the' United States on the first of Arrow or Nitro dub. ,. r
,
wifl End.top.Motnawtlathe Moraof dM al. AJuBilkuMcttim.
Yon mart rt
records during their of servicein November and December
services or azure sky. years October, l Railroad records, court records, leg the construction or the canal. At i 11912, was 22.0 25.9 and 29,7 cents
islative records, and all manner of one time these em'ployes numbered AROUND. ,i per dozen, respectively. The average Remington Arm.-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. '
sources must be worked up to get all 60,000, but that total has been re- BUILDING HILL. IS 1! price received by farmers in Maryland 299 BrMdway 12 I?taco York .tJ
'i' this information. Vast amounts of duced from time to time owing to the AIORE\ THAN OFFSET BY RE- in 1912 was 25 cents per dozen ;_ '

-needed records have been destroyed: progress of the work to about 35,009 DUCED STRAIN IN HAUL- {for October, 29 cents for November, 1#

some have been,stowed away for decades at Reductions j and 34 cents for December; in New '
in musty vaults or garrets; are being made at the. York the prices were 29 cents for Oc: : ,

Wherever they are, If yet In existence. rate of about 6,000 per month. D. C.: Nov. The'average tober, 36 cents for November, and 41 0004P644P4004P4o4944484064Q0444.4440. '
Washington. 18.- ,
.I 'i,: they must be dug out and disciphered, Col. Goethals estimates .that about life of horses and automobilesmay cents for December; in Illinois the t '
this operation 10 per cent of the maximum numberof for October 25 GRAYST.N"E: GARnENB
As a !start on vast prices were 22 cents ,
be increased and the cost of haul-
corporate history, Judge employee will be required to op- cents for November, and 28 cents for
,) in writing
Prouty has adopted a simple scheme. erate the canal; about 1,500 gold men, ing Roads reduced of the, According to tho of Office of- December; and in Missouri, 18. cents Railroad Ave. and Dakon St.,'Khsjmmee, FU.. :
Department Agriculture
y''. lIe has picked out a number of small meaning the high-grade employes for October, 22 cents for November,, out 4
,. by relocating old roads Now have ready for setting :
railroads, most of them of comparatively from the, United States, and 3,500 silver many and 25 cents for December. ,
' modern construction, in different men, which describes the manual and the' more scientific laying oqt of As showing the increase in the Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plant .

sections of the country, and will labor, largely drawn .from the West new road ones. The is natural build tendency in wholesale price of eggs per dozen in Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants

have their data worked up by experts, 'Indies and Europe. That a large force road building whether it to a straight 1899 they were quoted in New York v Tomato Plants /.
illustrations and models for othersto will be required not only to manipu goes over cteep city for the "average best fresh high. i

as follow': For instance, this group late the locks, the dam mechanism,the grades these or hills grades, or naturally not, and adds pullingover to eat price at 36 eents; in 1804 for! the And will soon have celel'7and all kinds of vegetable 'plant I s, ,'

I of models includes! the San Pedro, Los complicated electrical mechanism the the wear and tear on horses and ve- same quality of eggs, 47 cents; and in that grow best in this country, by 100 or 1000. ,
; Angeles & Salt Lake, in the far west; pilotage .of vessels, the"mannlnc of hicles. 1908, 55 cents. In November 1912 : '
of NICK
tt in tho middle tugs and. lighthouses and signal sta- Enquire ROGERO, Supt.
Norfolk A Southern, the highest price of this grade of eggs
the The doctrines of the Office of Roads
v east; the Birmingham, Atlanta and; tions and other things directly con- is that the' longest, around in New York was 60 cents per dozen, I ,
.' Atlantic'in .the, southeast, and it will nected with the operation of. the canal often be the shortest way And most may and in October, 1913: 55 cents per to
economical
but also to.handle the volume
Southern great
.6 Include the Kansas City or home and that dozen. ..
way frequent-
In the middle west. of clerical work to run the ma- ---
': Iron ,of Mountain theca railroads present a'different . chine shops and dry (docks, and handle ly by building a highway around a A BOOMERANG ADVERTISEMENT structure, when.they should have stay,

,;I Each set of conditions. the coal and oil supplies, and even to hill or grade, but little appreciable COALED TONGUE ed at home to help lower their taxes, -
take care of the canal. Incidentally distance is added and this is more An argument in favor of patronizing they will not be unduly,influenced to ,

it will be necessary in Washington anJperhaps than offset by the reduced strain of LIVER home industry is to be found in send a g:' at many more dollars to'

: TO IMPROVE 1 SIZE in New York to maintain supply hauling.The chief> drawback from the. farm MANS LAZY one of the; farm journals-an adver- the 'Chicago mail order house.-So- },
depots_for the canal, involving the tisement of one of the largest mail or- wanee Democrat. '
owner's
fOOD PISH employment of many persons.: ., ,point of view is that tho Jay- Nude DocIIOn' der houses in Chicago. The advertisement '
OF All; Secretary Garrison said that.nat ing out of roads on this principle of A Lazy Liver Dose of -, "
is embellished.with a pictureof END STOMACH TROUBLE f
avoiding grades necessitated in some Liver Tone Guaranteed to ,
-
urally Col. Goethals, like administrative .
any of the bigmanotder concern '
the
r" officer, desires that the or- cases,j running the road through good Take Place of CalomeL and plant the caption is, "Tho House> GASES OR DYSPUBU.I.Pape'"DlspepelnlL : / -
farm land
I IS PURPOSE OF BILL INTRODUCED ganization' of this numerous force be of or orchards or pastures, instead That You Built." Here, in five wordsirthabeatpossihladeltlQnetretion t. 'e
going around the farm lino When doctor looks to
CONGRESSMAN LIN- undertaken as soon as possible, but he your see if .ofthe
BY
J OF MARYLAND. has shown no disposition to become and building the road through old your tongue is coated, he is trying to evil. of buying from -J mail-order: '* makes,Sick.Sour.._, ;" ,
TIHCUM angry over the delay in embarkmentof worn-out fields and'over rocky knolls. find'out if your liver is working prop-I houses, from the standpoint of the Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine.
-i that work nor has he given any This in of course, must raise a question erly.'' A few years ago doctors had farmer or anyone else who is interested In five minutes.If .
sign of dissatisfaction intention the mind of the individual land to prescribe calomel-there was nothing -
C. Nov. 18.-Congressman or to in community.The .
D. owner' building up his own
Washington, that as to whether the cutting1 'IP else to give. .
resign on or other'account '
any
Maryland, ,
Linthicum, of of his property by road him home merchant can bad: up his
his a yields Recently in many sections of the '
rankly expressing desire to
la
t+ of bills In the House wing re- individual advantages and so benefits Dodson't own arguments on this score by pointing what yon Just ate souring 011
author has
-
main in charge long enough to get the country Liver, Tone practically K
; your stomach or' Ilea like a lump of
the Federal government canal in a thorough working his community as to'offset tbo use taken the place of calomel at a .that the resident of this town or
bodies
protect food fish In interstate dition. '. con of such land for, a road, or to over- liver remedy.. Dodson't Liver Tone! county who sends money away from '' lead refusing to digest or yon belekgaa ;
if water,'has riationillfollthe come the'inconvenience of having ilia is mild pleasant tasting and harmlesswhich : home is consciously enabling .-Wg, and eructate sour, nadlceste*

,.0 000 appio "Judge," said the forewoman'of the land divided. In' this connection the makes it a.fine medicine for 'expensive plants to he food or have a feeling of dizziness,
'
"Fisheries maintained heartburn bad taste '
fullness
nausea
of establlshftg a Office :
purpose of. Roads hundreds of miles
points out that the when children away.
, m juryofladies, "we want to speak to use your' become bilious ,
Chesapeake in mouth and stomach-headache you
t ''Experimental station" on 'about that'sealed' verdict, running a road and: the resulting and constipated But the most There U no getting-a from it; .
of you we just get blessed relief In five minute .
approval tb"1 can
lm Bay The bill has the rendered." traffic through a good form where remarkable feature of Dodson's Liver mail. order house saysso, itself. j I ,
Mr. Lin- Put end to stomach trouble) foreverby ',' ,"
f .the Bureau of Fisheries,. and of his legislative "Well, ladies?" there are sheep/ cattle' horses, grain,! Tona/is the fact that Kissimmee Drug This step by',.the,mail order'' house getting an "a large fifty-cent ease of't i iPape's ; .; 1

k thicum will make it a part interest of sarln '"Can we unseal it and add a postscript fruit, or vegetables, has a certain advertising Co., 'Who sells it, guarantees it abso- seems to''be'far- in advance of'anything '' Dtapepsln from any.drag stores ,,, +'
in the -value and In
program T". -Washington Herald., make the' many instances j lutely The druggist will return your ever done in an advertising way Ton realize in five minutes how need

f food st& the "experimen.tationywas .,; ----: land more valuable. In money without argument if a' battle by such concerns. The advertisement t lesa'It Is to:'suffer from Indigestion +r
ea for other cases, the of eldyap.pata'or
Importance such
fails ,
It ,
Hugh Huerta is. instance of who to give entire satisfaction., is well equipped with "backfire. stomach disorder.H'a .,
Dr. a man level any
tali; made by FisBerfes sticks to the customs of the middle a troad to the community is so ,,Price 50 cents 'We suggest that goes to farmers and as they..gaze upon:' the quickest surest stomach' dos iv
M. Smith, 'United States and'manage.-tem Orat at great that it might repay those using you get a bottle 'today and have it it and realize that the "dollars earned tor la the world. It's wonderful. ,
ages- ; y the road to give the farmer the equivalent for t" ,next member the sweat of their brows" aavel ,
ready of by '
\ r 11 .
,Comm\88ioner.'ed station least to with your Av.
them.,
getaway -
land .
fish in Li .
enjually good place of monster1
call t- family,whose liver goes wrong_Adv,|,. gone 'to help build up this ,
; u j '.f! Itp.
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rood many women as real clothes. Florida Christian Assembly Ass cia. '

'WOMAN'S GARB They are only trimmings .nd they do LAKE MONROE tion. The Inn stands on the north Dining-Room :

not give! any real protection from the bank of Lake Monroe, affording/ a ,
.> chilling drafts that float about every-' charming view of its beauties. This
A MENACE TOM where, -even' -in best regulated BIBLECONFERENCEA1JNTERPRISE hotel has accommodations for a large .

houses in the winter time. number of visitors: many improvements s Furniture :,

If there is enough substantial cloth.. and refurnishings add to the r .
PUBLIC HEALTH Ing underneath there can be no ob- comfort of the guests, and the cuisine, h 't
i jection.' But generally there isn't under the management of' Mr. J. B. .f.
enough, and the daintily-clad woman Martin former proprietor of Martin's =. Nilw. is the"time to pick,out the 11"

fchivers when the mamas thinking how Hotel Cincinnati, was never better. \
( chairs, new table, .buffet
TOPIC ENGAGING ATTENTION.splendidly bracing' the air and tem TWO SESSIONS OF TEN DAYS The famous Benson Fountain Sulphur r. 'es ry orsideboardwe're I

perature are. No, woman has any Springs, of verified medicinal ..,.. ,making an except!{
business to be Clothed so that she will -- value, are also upon the grounds of .'.J > tionally fine showing I of complete din." '
be uncomfortable where the man is 'the association whosewaters }
are
):'o GARMENT SHOULD BE WORN entirely comfortable in his ordinary FIRST SESSION WILL BE FROM noted as especially beneficial in cases ing1; room set an dslngle pieces*,

.THAT PREVENTS WOMAN clothing. The rule is a good one, be- JANUARY '16 TO 25 AND SECOND of dyspepsia and rheumatism. attention to the '
\ ;: ,
'particular ref .
"+,. .' FROM REATiUNG'AS cause man seeks comfort and health' FROM FEBRUARY For rates at the Inn address Mr. -.;;: ( ,..

----- GOD INTENDED SHE first, appearances afterward._ _, 1 TO 10. John B. Martin. ,, manager, Enterprise, sonableness the,prices and,the 4a ]<
-- H
eo
00 00 0.0000 00 0 00 0 tOo 4
It Is to be said, however that the Fla.
different
SHOULD., of the pieces offered.t|
ity
woman of today does not sacrifice or- I Bishop Vincent's Dream. 0 00 0 o 0 t'00 0 0 H o-O ,
"rary comfort to the torture of tight 'The Florida Christian Assembly "This is only a dream of what is n,Jt will pay you suiyway to look them ,

Is woman's garb a menace to shoes which are prettier than those Association takes pleasure in issuing possible and easily possible in Florida.A 00 00 00000 U 0 to 0 00 H H 00 0+00"over for comparison before you buy.'t'i.;
; that fit her. She .has emancipated. new '''practical +OOooOoOUOOou ooOouot. -
'health the following preliminary announce progressive, move- +H Call today
I herself from this and some other inconsistencies j ment regarding its third annual Bible ment, 'sa.net intelligent educational "(II t)
The question la not asked as to that afflicted her mothera philanthropic, pan-denominational, to I' I
j conference which will be held on its
moral healthfulnesBthat topic la left generation ago. And these and like grounds at Enterprise, ,Florida.. enlist interest and benefit parents, WHITE SEWING MACHINES + .7.7t
to more daring writers-but it is ap- that the I.
indications seem to promise pastors, educators and business men "
plied to the influence of present-day women of the next generation or two I sections In order that tourists from other ambitious young folk who believe in* IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES

fashions",,on the individual physical will not risk their health and a pre! visiting our state in both Jan "a really good time," and who be-
welfare of the wearers. It would be ,mature departure from the scenes of I uary and February might all have. lieve in a type of religion that covers OLIVER TYPEWRITERS '
Impossible to give an'answer that I!earthly activity for the sake of good some privilege of attendance upon the whole of life, domestic, commer- .

.would apply to all women, for no rule looks and general_ appearances: I this conference, it has been decided cial,educational, ecclesiastical, spiritual ""-
this
to the
try experiment of havIng
ever formulated could be made to year recreative, philanthropic, social
reach them all.\ the conference In two distinct sessions -
and
patriotic. The location of Lake
The expression' a common one. in FLORIDA ASCOMPARED '" one The In January and one in Feb Monroe in the South, makes I it as KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
session will be-
describing the'sex, that .woman is a ruary. January great a possibility in,, the winter.for .'\ '
"slave to fashion,!' but that is true gin on January. 16th, at 7:30: p. m., popular favor and patronage as Chau- :

.only in part. The so-called dictators TO continuing for ten days; the February tauqua in the summer, and there is __ -_---_.-_ _._ . __ - 1I 1---
and I' session ,,will begin February let at* '.. St I
J .of the styles evolve general ideas no reason why it should not com ..
,, woman conforms to them in a general 7:30 p. m., and last for the same mand attention North and Southas I I II I II I I MM I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I . I I II I I I II 11111111
length of time.
4 way .with individual''variations. They OTHER STATES the organized representative of c. CARSON.., J, A. CRANFORD. 8. L.LUPFER. j
show their individuality by creating All sessions of the conference will breadth catholicity, cordiality and Precedent Vice-Pre.ldenL .c........,. i
an infinity' of variations and those If be open to the public, free of charge. center fot both North and-South. 4

., who know, declarethat nothing is''? cordial invitation is extended to al "Personally, I am too old to look
more galling to a woman's pride than I'' lovers of God's blessed Book to at- forward with any personal ambitionto C
to discover the replica of her Hfct on i, |IN THE PRODUCTION OF CROPS1N tend its sessions, and seek a deeperand as great.movement, as this may I
frock on another woman. Such a fuller knowledge of the Word, easily become, but I tasted the air of KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
eight is ample reason for discarding I whose "entrance 'giveth light. Florida just enough to be convinced ,

i or changing: 'beyond recognition the FLORIDA THREE CROPS ARE The conference will hold three regular that there i is an immense possibility ,

offending garment. For dressing with' GROWN ON SAME,LAND EACH I sessions each day,. while group in a movement of this kind, and the
women-some women-Is an art. With' I meetings for special purposes may beheld more thoughtful people are bound to '
.
YEAR WHILE IN OTHER Rough and Dressed" e
others it approaches the dignity or the between times, as 'occasion.,-- look upon it as a movement of a !
seriousness of a religion. It is her I STATES ONLY ONE. I quires. ffI ;, future. I hope you will pardon

duty to make herself as attractive as -, The conference is non-denomi I have taken undue liberty in
her natural endowm nts of looks and I i I I al, and Christians of every evan, . my suggestions but the more PINE LUMBER
her purse can combine to >make her, The year book of Department faith will find its atmosphere'< of it the more I am convinced :
fireat .1-.1i
and man expects it of her. 'I! of Agriculture is the strongest kind'*I I genial. Its work will not be onJt all that Chautauqua has been in

To the semi-critical eye of the average of a booster for Florida. The yearbook' the interest of any particular AIIJIJ Lake Monroe may easily, I
man, a feature of the present!1< I for 1911 says: ,i or creed, but in the interest, prima y, in the South, and if you 'will :
,day fashions is the open neck of many I| "Florida.;) produces the most delicate of individual Chrisctian character. It hold of It you will find a great . .
gowns, which leaves the throat j I j fruit and vegetable crops in the dead ''is hoped in the progress: of these annual many progressive Southern men who i HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

upper part of the chest unprotected ,of the Northern winter." I I assemblies, to gather to this fa- will stand by you.

and exposed to the air, whether jt be This is a clear gain. Other statesdo vored spot the foremost teachers and "This paper on which T'write has I ,I

warm or cold. A good many square not produce any crops at all in the leaders of the Christian faith from,all\ been in the city of Jerusalem. That

inches of the delicate skin is left un. dead of winter.. The J Florida winter evangelical denominations, and to may 'mean<< something to your Florida - .
covered, or is covered with a filmy''lace New "Jerusalem. 1
:vegetable crops bringing enormous ,, make veritable "feast of fat things
creation, which offers no resist- !' :prices because they have no competition I I This year's program has been pre C. A. CARSON, ,President N. C, BRYAN, Secretary.
for
to the cold. This is usually j
anoe are out of the way before the pared with care, and affords a season TOLD IN KISSIMMEE J
home or party wear, and when the i ,farmers of other states plant and ,so
of delight and profit to all students of
woman ventures out of doors, a heavy' !the Florida grower, after harvestingthis the Bible who can attend So greatly The Waters Carson
of furs are thrown about the ,
wrap j highly profitable crop can com- did the blessing of God rest upon lasyear's A Resident Known ,
body. Sometimes these outer garments other to all Our Readers .
states
: pete with the growersof conference that the manage
are gathered closely about the for the balance of the year. 'ment have this year felt encouraged Relates an Experience.:
neck, giving a protection >more than '
M necessary, inducing perspiration and' On fi.36,000 acres of land Florida 'to plan somewhat more largely, Ware Grocery Company

Increasing the danger. '| produced last year 9,289,000 bushels of happy in presenting an array oC Readers of the Valley Gazette have
It would be a difficult matter, onealmost I corn-not quite fifteen bushels per. distinguished/ names that will guar been told again and again of the mer-
impossible, to convince the average -.I acre. The United States produced antee a conference of 'extraordmar; its of that,reliable, time-proved kidney
woman that she has no business' 2,552,100,000 bushels on 105,825,000 interest, men and women distinguish.ed remedy-Doan's Kidney Pills. The experiences Uholtttale and It stall Dealer.)In
bushels alike for their and their!
actes-about twenty-four per ability told
to wear furs south of a region somewhere are not those of un-
end acre. The Florida corn was worth on piety; who may be expected to us "in known '
in the vicinity of the arctic persons, living far away. The '
.
of the world. It would be permissible the farm 80 cents per bushels or $12 the fulness of" the blessing of the gospel cases are Kissimmee cases, told by GROCERIESWE .
in those parts of the' country where per acre, while that of the whole country of peace. Kissimmee people.Z. -

the temperature goes down Into the averaged 61 cents per bushel or The following are expected to be .W. Bass, contractor and builder:

twenties' by the thermometer, but $14.64 rents per acre, The average present at either the January or Feb Clyde avenue, Kissimmee, )Fla.1 says) ,. 2
r there la no justification for them in I.of the United States is only $2.64 more ruary sessions of the conference, "My back was so lame, that I could 00404400040000000 044000400'00000000.
Florida, unless the wearer is riding'In on a crop, that; must be the only crop while some wilt be present at both. hardly get ,abound and it was impossible 4 0O I 0 .}
a cold wind so cold that it Is rarely: grown on an acre than the Florida' It is too early as yet to give the pre for me to stoop or lift. I had SELL: 000 WE BUY .
known'' in this part of the. land. No grower gets on one of a number'of cise dates upon which the particular pains in my loins and was bothered HAY, + 0 .

5 wrap should be worn so, thick or heavy j'I crops. So little wheat is grown in individuals will be present, or toan, by a too frequent desire to pass the O 4 HIDES,
that it will induce perspiration in' cold j Florida that the state is not mentioned nounce the topics upon which they -wil kidney secretions. Doan's, Kidney 4 GRAIN, 4 40 : '

weather. There is a medium that can i I in the list of wheat producing speak. These will be announced later. Pills which I procured at the Kissimmee 4 4 -0FURS" .

. be discovered by each individual for states. On 43,000 acres of land Florida Persons desiring this information, Drug Co., soon removed the 4 FERTILIZERS, a oQo . .
..: 'him or herself and that is the limit toabe. produced 1 580,000 bushels! 'of oats who fail to receive it otherwise, are trouble and I now have no cause for i # r&i, ' ""oQo"WOOL'::; ( .
;.adopted. There is much greaterdangerin ;worth $435,000.. The United States invited to write to Rev. J. Edgar Wil- complaint I willingly confirm my 44 ? i11INGLES + il, cclira / > . & ,:iKfA'11.: .

J Ji[ wearing that are,,produced 992,208,999 bushels worth son, Gainesville, Fla., who will send i it former, endorsement of Doan's Kidney 0 .,
;.. :;: too i thick than in garments are' too '$414,663,000 on 37,763OOO'acres. The''I in.due time.: IDistinguished > Pills and allow its continued publican 4 ORANGE BOXES 0 I/'Y'oOo"P AND .

v light. The large usefulness of ani- ;average value of'the; product per acre Speakers Who. will tion.. . ," 00 .
brS mal's fur for neck wear, outside of I in Florida was $10.12., and in the Be Present: For sale by all dealers. Price 50 4 ORANGE WRAPS, 4' oQo' ALLCOUNTRY ,

4 really cold climates, is as an indicationof United States $IO.98er acre. Bishop John II. Vincent, of the cents Foster-Milburn Co.,Buffalo 4 4 h
the financial ability to possess them. Florida produced an average of 90 Methodist Episcopal church, founder New York, sole agents for the Unite 0 VEGETABLE CRATES, 4 a .A

Ck i In theory, at least, no garment bushels of potatoes worth $130.50 per and present Chancellor of the famous States. 4 0O oQo .
should be worn Which impedes or re- I acre. The.United States produces an Chautauqua on Lake Chautauqua, N. Remember the name-Doan's- CRATE NAILS, 0O I oQo PRODUCE. a
'. atrlcts the natural movements the average"of eighty-one bushels worth Y.. Bishop Vincent visited Enterprise take no other.-Adv. 48-lt 4 oQo .1 a

'? "... .,' body-none that interferes with the $65.60 per acre. Florida beat the average last year and was so charmed with] 40000000440040444 J 444040000 0.0...
> erect carriage,and prevents the individual of the country. a little more than its beauty and attractiveness that he THE CHANCES .
from breathing as God intended two to i one. I consented to retum'this at the Of .
she should. The modern woman year We sell field and garden seeds of all kind ,. .
Florida averaged 1.3 tons of hay time of the Bible conference, and be
S has been brought up from the ,I. worth $23.67 per acre. The United lone of the speakers. ATTAINING OLD AGE We give special attention to fitting out hunting. and camping. partl e.
Free delivery in
limits.
x first beginnings Of maturity to.depend city Phone No. 12.
States averaged 1.1 tons worth $16.15 Bishop James II. McCoy of the
*fl Upon stays about her body. Some late I per acre. In hay Florida averaged Methodist Episcopal church south: ---... We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us fn. circulars sad

fashions have attempted to do away nearly 50 cent more in value while hot committed prices on fertilisers.. '.'
per per definitely .to i iI a MUCH GREATER MUCH
--f with these altogether, or to modify acre than the United States. I place on the program, has promised! IF LIVE .. .., - --.- --_. - --,
+ them so as to lessen the'suppdrt they OF OUR LIFE IN FRESH -
to visit the confer.
Florida produced on an average of Enterprise during
furnish the upper portions of the body. and will allow him- COUNTRY AIR.
J' 940ipouTOt3) tobacco worth $26 .20, once? very likely
This is and-woman in
tendency ,
wrong against an average for the United I I self to be persuaded to take some part. -
general has set herself against the States of 894 worth Dr. S. D. Gordon whose "Quie
pounds $84.13.
r' banishment of the It is The chances of attaining old
garment. age '
I Talks" and other
Florida tobacco than three on ,
*. I possible to i imagine// girl coming to times as much per yield acre more as that of the subjects have prayer been read power by thousands are much greater.if we live much of OR'kNGE'GROVE
life in fresh air.
womanhood unaccustomed to such taken I with delight and edification our country Statistics J
but most of do not like country as a whole to show, according to Dr. Dezso
support, us 1 Mr. Joha R. Pepper the' distinguished go
,
Florida grows cotton--a little less of that the ,
I the picture. Budapest, fourth generation
I' I 1\\ The corset should be retained and per acre than that of the other states I leader in the Laymen's Missionary of the towp 'dweller is unknown;
be -the figures are not given, but it is movement and one of the but is FOR SALE
>,. without doubt it will yet it maybe I chief promoter of the Lake Junaluska enough currently reported to i
of the Sea Island
worth about
variety, make the conclusion
i fashioned as not to be an encumbrance inevitable that
will
Assembly at Waynesville N. C. I
but an aid to a woman's movements twice as much per pound as the upland i probably hold series of,conferences; the sine qua non of longevity is a certain .
j a
; : 0 and comfort. There is no realreason cotton grown in other states. II I for amount of time spent in-the country '. .
"" why it should be so constructed The averag' farmer of the Middle I Sundayschool teachers. uperintendent.and The city child is subject to a 30 acres of land well located on splendid road about one mile ,. ''j

that the wearer cannot sit.down withcomfort. West could ,sell: 10 acres of land and Dr. Charles L. Goodell, the famous; number of disturbing conditions other from city limits, nearly all good orange land mostly ia cultivation, '

: 'with the proceeds buy 300 acres in I' pastor-evangelist of New York, will than mere absence of creature com fenced and cross fenced, 4 room house, good well chicken house H
Another fashion has beem precipi Florida which would yield him at bring inspiring to the ministry forts, which undermine the constitution stables and five ,
tatedupon long suffering womankind least as much value as 600 acres of i born of -messages his remarkable by throwing too heavy a burdenon acres good bearing grove, besides about 100 young ;
.
y y in recent month, in the',form of theextreme Western land could produce and whichin success in the pastorate.own the sense organs, through which trees. This property is owned by a non-resident who says it mus.t.

lmitawnecesshadtteaca in the a very few years will sell,for more Miss Belle Bennett, and, it is hoped, exhaustion of the central,, nervous system be sold. There! is a mortgage on the land running 4 years, or can
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.f
.1' much shortened than Western land acre. Crop follows; among .these conditionsare be paid installments
per by
all
Miss of the or at
"f Daisy Davies Missionary time !
*. any making terms desirable
As relief from this restriction Florida noises round of hurry .
step. 'a by crop, will average, higher a perpetual
and
of the M. E south the is
Society church price
some inventive mind devised the.. than nearly any other state and tho. will and unending sequences of incidents an attractive one, we want, to tell you all about J'I.'

} split skirt. It made possible the natural crop compared fa the only one in other Dr.speak George on R.missionary Stuart and topics.Dr. L. W. exhausting the attention, to this place if Interested, and"will give you the exact facts as they "

w '' step, but it aroused the moralists states and only one of a number grownon Munhall, both widely known as suecessful which are superadded the physical discomforts really.exist. ...'
to' a high degree of excitement pert the same land' in this state.-St. of vitiated air and effluvia .. r
'4 haps justly, perhaps- not. Now, the 'Lucie: Trib .e. evangelists. from human beings and waste organic FARM AND GROVE.
Rev. R. McW. Russell, D. D., president '.:
1'/. narrow skirt probably has no particular products; besides offensive and 278
gases acres about
of Westminster New a mile from
College, RY' Junction quarter'mile
influence the health of infection-laden dust ; :to f
To
upon any attain old church and 200
10 GENT "OASOABETS"FOE .., Wilmington, Pa. yards from school houle .
u within half k
but it increases have to mile of five
woman by a large age we relieve ourselves from six '
? .1. ; :,the.. .of..accidents .; Misses Emma and Tina Tucker, strains or improved places, 2 miles from a splendid town, special price. '1
V- percentage' -danger-- ; UVEB'AND BOWELS fAm tl-throughout''tb4r--as-Bible worry, and anxieties, withdraw to.a quic _buyer,: ,with-good.terms. Two \
_ 'and ,serious injury. This is not. a periodically from the whirl acres bearing and
readers and evangelists, will conduct effortful 7 acres young trees. .. grove : .'
I doubtful or uneertinn assertion. It I a series of "Personal Workers existence; modify our diet, omit the ::

V' la proved by numerous happenings! Cure Sick Headache, Classes." use of stimulants and narcotics and STILL ANOTHER PROPOSITION.
,s that have been reported in the public Constipation, spead reasonably long period of time
Blllousneae, Sour With such attractions on 'the 'e About 500
Stomach BadB.athCandy
pro acres excellent
and.by some that have not had under pleasant conditions in bottom grazing land fenced .
practical
press frontIng "
Cathartic.No gram Enterprise ought, during the on lake, about 100 acres ot this
I tract la
"ch retirement. Above all
$ ," publicity. amusement good orange land and
located
two sessions of the conference to be ia 'R'OOd district ,
..' It Is .a style that women ridicule the for students and should be simplified and accepted favorabTe orange can be bought at bargain price and ':
mecca religious on terms. It
'themselves, but with charming inconsistency I I odda"how workers from all the state ef rather than sought after. Only vege-, will pay anyone desiring some fOOd farmIng -
: grazing
bad over and citrus fruit
the.continue ''to wear it and your liver stem* table and semi-animal foods should be land to investigate this.
ads Florida and from "
elsewhere
'< or bowel
bow much
; your head .
,render what will be the next incon- eaten. I
gruity, to be imposed upon them. Not I 6 aches, how miserable you are from Enterprise, Fla., is a small town on STILT,, LARGER.
Lake Monroe Sanford. It 4
it be but of constipation, indigestion biliousness opposite 3500 acres good grazing land
what
knows onething
one may sad is. from Jacksonville There are 7,397,633,000,000 tons of fronting on' beautiful
sluggish bowels-you always: get readily reached fenced hog tight lake. lan ,
i they are sure-no matter what relief with Caacarets. They imme Titusville or Sanford, ,. rail; 'and the coal in the world, according to a care less than actual right on steamboat line, owner will sell foy much .
/ it may be, they will adopt it, and 0 ful estimate made value, and make terms here Is
by the
diately cleanse and regulate the stomach Clyde line of steamers, leaving Jacksonville .editor of cheap beef the place
for feed
probably will be just as sorry Coal never-any required to cattleWe 1
remove the sour fermenting,food daily about 3p., m., afford a Age. have anything grow lots .of ..
r. themselves an they are now skirts in having :'and fool gases; take the excess bile most enjoyable trip up.the St. .John Apples, ofears.lemons, oranges and property 'Correspondence deslofed.in way of grove, farm and trucklnlf or city ,

\t": to wear the umbrella-cover from the liver and carry off the constipated river, arriving at ,Enterprise about limes are improving : .oliclted.. 4
% love'to wear.thin'filmy '
All women waste matter and poison hoon ,the next It may also-be a muddy .complexion. Raw tomatoes ..
,?! jniuxy things especially about the :from the, Intestines and bowels 'A reached from Sanford by a delightful have' a fine effect upon he liver.. '. .,
neck and.upper part of the body. These, 10-oent box from your druggist wlU four-mile launch ride (made in half an Either< the husband or wife, !generally 1

j thingsare ,pretty and the man whodoesn't keep 'your liver and bowels-( clean:. hour) across beautiful Lake Monroe. looks sad five years after marriage NELSON REALTY
I -like to see his wife or daughter stomach sweet and head clear for . Enterprise is the site of Epworth -or perhaps both.Thepen COMPANY

.;, wean.them, has no business' *?' have, months.They work while yousleep./ Inn-for fifty yefcrs known, as the.. '. may be nwghWer than the Back of SUN: Bank "
I< ,wife'''or'daU te,.. Tbeae"fascinating.deeoratlonshowever; word but the KISSIMMEE
sword
i' W --AdT. Brock !House, and a leading resort of I swallower. earns FJt\: j
used
\." we'. by the, state-which Is the property ojt the more money than yIie,poet. ,.
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absurd to allow deputy registration fruit will run to small sixes, from ADVERTISE 'YOUR'WANTS'
GOV. TRAMMELLSAYS officer full pay for each cray when ONE THOUSAND 200s to 252s predominating.Large ,
I only a few hours of his time would be ., quantities of fruit are bought
( required in registering voters throughout f.o.b. packing houses at prices rang
HE'S RIGHT IN each week. CARS OF CITRUS ing from $1.40 to |1.60 per box; on
} Stands by Position."I . ,, I the trees at 80c. to $1.25 as to size '
still take the position that it and.quality.
PRIMARY MATTER would work a great injustice and discrimination FRUIT SHIPPED
against the voters who do QUICK SUBTRACTIONOn flCLASSIFIED

_. not live in or near the county Beat ; clearing the harbor the ship
towns for them to be allowed only one ran Into a'nasty half-pitching, choppysea
day In which to register, in their respective OUT OF STATELAST WEEK which was especially noticeableas
ANALYSES POSITION ASSUMED ,
,
the twenty-five at the '
precincts. Such proposition, passengers
c cr. had it become the law, in my opinion, '. captain's table sat down to dinner",j FOR SALE; RENT LOST OR 4
relates the New' York Globe. ,
would have placed our elections prac-
; I It BELIEVES. THAT'THE RIGHTS tically in control of the large cities COOL WEATHER FIRST OF WEEK "I hope that all 25 of you will have FOUND THESE COLUMNS
a pleasant trip," said the captain, aa
OF THE COUNTRY VOTER and county seat towns. The citizens PUT FRUIT IN SPLENDID
t the "and that this Jit-'
living in the outlying precincts pay as soup appeared,
SHOULD BE LOOKED much toward carrying on registrationand SHAPE FOR. .IMMEDIATE tie assembly of 24 will be much benefited -
AFTER. towards defraying the expense of SHIPMENT. by this voyage. I look upon these "
the elections as the citIzens who live in 22 smiling faces as a father upon his Advertising under this head coats 5 cent,. '
. the seat and I believe family for"ram responsible for the
or near county ;
- Governor Park Trammel requests they should have reasonable opportunity safety of this group of 17. I hope that per line each insertion minimum 25 cents, ,
Florida Citrus Shipments. all 14 of will join in
publication of the following to to register within their precincts you me drinkingto '
reply ....... I believe that six words making an average line.
r. an editorial criticism of his attitude without being forced to lose the time Cars? moved'last week 1,008 a merry trip. we ,
toward the Bryan primary law pub- and undergo the expense necessary for Cars moved week before last __ 594 eight are most congenial, and I applaud t
lished in the Tribune them to from ten to thirty miles Total cars moved to last the judgment which chose these I Classified Advertisements not having name, .
recently Tampa : to a county go seat to get registered. Saturday ___.,___-_.-________ 2,412' three persons for my table. You and thereto and those from out'of
(l. 'Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 15, 1913. "Will kindly publish this com- I, my dear sir, are.- Here, steward,I signed town
'"Editor Tribune, Tampa, I'la.:1 -I munication you? I Jacksonville, Nov. 17.-Over: 1,000 clear away those dishes 'and bring me must be accompanied by the cash. '
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note the editorial in the Tribune of the "Very truly, I cars of citrus fruit moved out of the\the fish!I"I I 4. - '
13th instant, headed 'The' Governor "PARK TRAMMELV; state last week"and this week's ship -- -- -
Guilty. In this editorial you have ments have been much heavier. Cool _
approved the registration feature of weather with frost in some portionswas : MISCELLANEOUS; '
NEW MINERAL I : ,
the Bryan primary measure as intro SPARKMAN DELIVERS I ushered in the first of the week '
duced in the Legislature in its original and fruit is showing much more color WANTED-To.hire an, easy riding,

form, requiring the registration I SPLENDID ADDRESS' and is in splendid shape for Immediate ADVERTISING gentle saddle horse twice -week.., ,
officer to only the registrationbooks shipment; The Packer. FERTILIZER PUT 3
open says Mrs., D.., B. lIerrington, 901. Mab- ,
in each precinct for as much asl On November 6 the law governing I
one day during the months of November shipment of the immature citrus five Cents Per Line bette street, phone 239-R... 48-lt cal; '

and December. Upon the other i' BEFORE INLAND WATERWAYS fruit was removed and any kind of\ UNDER A BAN .'. (Shc Insertion:. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES- -are to abe
hand you condemn the amendment pre- CONVENTION HELD AT' PA- fruit can now be moved. The pre .
pared by me and adopted by the Legis- sumption is that no shipment of green found in these. columns almost
lature requiring that the registration LATKA, THIS WEEK. fruit could be made as late in the FOR SALE. every issue. Watch them'everr
book be_opened in each election pre- season as the above date. CANNOT BE SOLD IN FLORIDA ,week, .
1914 and R. E. Rose Who FOR SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apply f
cinct for sixty days during State Chemist was LIST your property for sale with,
rr two thereaf in Jacksonville this week' stated that G.,Vans 22tf
rr thirty days every years, following to E. Agnew. Nelson 85-tf %
from Co.-
The Is.an extract he was well satisfied with the way the Realty yl
r ter."You seem to think that the deputy the address Congressman Sparkman new law had been observed by citrus ANALYSIS QUOTED ON THE TAGS FOR SALE-Motor boat 'Idana, can- ''i '
officer have to be paid delivered before the Waterways convention fruit He declared that AND IN MISLEADING I LOST-Ads placed in'the.Valley Ga. : 1 >
r registration a at Palatka:; shippers. very LITERATURE opy top, 20x5, 12 h. p..engine, fully zette have found more article.. for
. ;r salary of as much as two dollars per little Inferior or green fruit had been .
"The improvement of our water ANDCALCU. l equipped. Address Box 541. 47-lpd the owner than any other one kind
r \ day for the full period allowed! for precinct shipped out of the state. 'Throughout .
. i registration. This is not required transportation facilities, coastal and the orange belt the state law LATED> TO DECEIVE. ,of publicity. Five cents per line. ,
. by the law, nor was it contem- intracoastal, is a matter in which I against shipping immature fruit has ; FOR SALE--Motor boat, 30pt816 WANTED-Position as bookkeeper
, i""' i plated. To take such position you must feel a great interest," said Mr. Sparkman. been generally obeyed this season, as in. draft, 12 h. p. engine; at a bar- by Massey Business College graduate -;< ,,
. lose sight of the fact that in employinga "To that subject I have devoted a 'result of which very reeen Tallahassee, Nov. 15, 1913. gain. :See Saunders at this office. tf married. References furnish'
deputy registration officer common much time. during the past! fruit has left the state/' he said "Ina Notice to Dealers, Agents and Con- ed. Address O. MeD. 619 W. Monroe A.
sense and justice would suggest to the eighteen years and have thus been very few.instances attempts to vio- ,, sumers of Commercial Fertilizers FOR ;SALfc-Cook stove piped for hot St., Jacksonville, Fla. v47-4p
r officials that the amount of work able to acquire familiarity with that late the law have been made resulting Insecticides and Fungicides: ':water, almost new,'very cheap;'also
which the registration officer is to perform class of work and the advantages and in .seizure of immature fruit. Asa I It having been shown by analysisby few other household articles. Apply GRAPE FRUIT trees 25 cents.'Seedlings -
, l should) -govern his compensation.As importance of water transportation, result, Florida fruit is getting a I the Florida State Laboratory,-the two and a half years old. Only
to what registration will cost under which has greatly intensified my interest deservedly better reputation throughout Laboratory of the Florida; .Agricultural ' Box 395. 48-2t few thousand left. Henry 'Wr, Smith
the amendment which I advocated to in river and harbor improve. the markets! of the country, and Experiment Station, and the ,
the primary measure, it is but reasonable ment. Another source of pleasure tome will be in greats:* to consider our past experience in is that a convention having such prices in years to come." States Department of Agriculture, together four=room house in Pnedale.{ Will 46-9t +j
the matter of precinct registration.No possibilities for good has met in my The movement will be heavy during: with those of a number of give bargain to sell quick: Address '
Feature. state, where so much of that spiritof November and December' and will other State Agricultural Experiment Box!172,. Kissimmee, Fla. VOCAL STUDIO 203 Broadway,room ;,
New progress which has made ours the probably averagefrom 1,400 to 1,000 Stations, that the "New Mineral Fer- '.. K Voices correctly"'placed and developed -
"The requiremtnt that the registration leading nation of the world is manifest I- cars a,week. tilizer. made by the New Mineral 41-tfpd4t Italian method. Mrs.Her,
books he opened for several weeksin on every hand, and where such Reliable shippers, growers and large Fertilizer Company, of Boston, Massachusetts and rington will see those wishing to ,,
WILL SELL store building
the precinct is no new feature in vast opportunities for waterway de- distributing firms Tp i different sections cannot be classed as eithera my study on Mondays 'and Thursdays,
our law. For many years prior to the velopment not only exists, but where are now estimating the crop at fertilizer, insecticide or fungicide, stock of general merchandise,' everything 7 to 9 p. m. Voices tried free. 48-26t +
enactment of the new primary law un- the promise of immediate returns as about 7.000,000 oxes..They claim the and that the analysis quoted on the new and up-to-date, doingfine
der the provisions of section 257 of the I a result of such development is so small size of the fruit torether'with bags 'and' in the literature issued by business but other interests require LOST..on: road between Kissimmee

General Statutes, the registration bright. the drought in October will shorten the said company is misleading, and my'attention.. M.:M. Monohan, and St. Cloud, ladies handbag, containing '
books were opened in. each election{ "But right here I'wish to expressmy the crop about 1,000,000 boxes The calculated to deceive, the matenal actually -f small amount of money, set x'
precinct for four weeks prior to each regret that our able and efficientr having no nitrogen (ammonia),: Davenport; :Fla:, 43-tf ring, stick pin with J.P. C.. engraved

general primary. Under the corps of army engineers could not see soluble potash, n available phos- FOR SALE .OR. EXCHANGE will on face. Finder'will please re- 4.
1 law it was customary for some merchant their way clear to report favorablyupon phoric acid or sulfur in its composition turn to this:office and receive re ,
or other citizen having a place the project of a can.il, across ; and on being advised by the At- I sell my'farm of 10 acn.o, 3. room ward. 48-lpd
of business centrally located' in the Florida, a survey for which was recently torney General of.the State of Florida house, 7 acres cleared and fenced, i
precinct to be selected as' the deputy made. Although 1 knew the that the sale of this material in the I 2 acres fine young grove just coming FOR RENT. '

registration officer. He could and did cost of such a.waterway would be relatively state as a fertilizer, insecticide ',or into,bearing, or will trade,it for ,
k perform the duty required of. him i in I great, I had hoped that the fungicide, under the laws of Florida, isillegal ,
.p DWELLINGS ,, )
for to L
in Kissimmee. N. rent, opply
without materially house and lot W.
making registration prospective commerce th-reon would notice is hereby given that the
interfering with his other business. be sufficient the estimatiotf of the "New Mineral Fertilizer," made by' Jones Loughman, Fla. 44tf. ,Tiller. +

4 4t 0 As but little of his time,, was requiredto engineers to justify the work. Bu the New Mineral Fertilizer Company, FOR RENT-Cards can be had at the
carryon the registration though e I we should not be discouraged by one of Boston, Mass., cannot be legally FOR SALE 30 acres half cleared nice Valley Gazette for 10 cents each.
'was not paid for each day SB failure, for conditions will, no doubt, sold in the state of Florida. young grove, good fences;fair house, -
r he was giving all of his time to thebut grow better., In a progressive state Therefore, all dealers, or agentsare some fine crops now growing; a"liv- FOR, RENT!: OR SALE='Two-story' I fi h
I work, was paid commensuratewith like' ours where advancement is the duly notified that the sale, or .of ing already.provided. A bargain at store building on Brack St. North 4
the actual work required. Pro watchword, and where we are moving fering for sale, of this "New MineralFertllizel'f" Klssimmee,' II. c.. Sta'llfoI;; 29-tf'
4Y vision for precinct registration shouldand l by leaps and bounds along every line< as a fertilizer, insecticide 11,200 terms reasonable;. 01'.trade
doubtless will under the law bee of material development, friends -o: will subject them to the for Klssimmee property.: J. H. Halley FOR .RENT-Comfortable bedroom, x

carried on in the same common sense''I the project may expect the conditions penalties of Chapter 4983, Laws. of Loughman,,Fla. 43-tf. centrally'located. Large .porch. 5
manner. It would be ridiculous and warranting the construction of such a Florida. Brack St.' .1.'W. PrentU.: 42-tf
;anal to improve, and that speedily, W A. McRAE, FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY We

GGOO OOOOOOOODo so that the justification for fan unfa- c; Commissioner. of Agriculture. have demands for a',few'-good substantial -. FOR RENT-Six-room cottage on ,
OOOOOOOOOO vorable report yesteiday may not exist R. E. ROSE, .
tomorrow. Besides we could not State Chemist. r- loans on desirable real estate > i Main street; furnished ,throughout, v

i y.u"want a fino business hate built the canal in a.day' even where the security 'fa) 'unquestionable [ hot and cold water, eleetris,..lights

building? though a favorablo report' had' been The married man whose income tJu.t and at advantageous ratesof and ,telephone. Apply to' Cv L.,
f'arnishedand it maybe that under the single interest with idle money Bandy.. 45-tt
select city future t.tl (4,000 a yearand man Anyone : . . '
f Do want a present or surveys provisionmay
you whose income is barely $3,000, win
j will do well to consult us. Nelson
be made for of what will
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residence T parts .Mr sk. a- raise to meet the FOR RENT--4 room house" In good,
etentually become this canal, so that I income tax lor.f''i ,Realty. Company.. 44-tf condition in Pinedale.; Price $10 ?

Do you want' a neat cheap by the time conditions justify such: : Sometimes a man thinks he is being per month for winter months, or $8per
work in its entirety will,. have SALE-Must be sold'at
a we < when he is shove FOR once month by the -year.' .'4-room
promoted being
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; cottage already'constructed; some of )its more around in kind-hearted hope of finding on account of sickness in our family house close in $12 per month, partly
"' a
p I ; Do you want a choice farm? Important link.. ''ot ,I. firmly elie. 'rab' t a place where he won't be in tway. ; in the North, must go home; one furnished, furniture will be 'sold
"* will be the can.,as.,I am in. of the best places in Klssimmee, on cheap. 8-room house close in, modem
Do you want a cheap vacant. ,,, ..,mar with Florida's ,vast and varied .ti. the main street; 8-room furnished $20 per month, not in best of
industries and am optimistic of her house: fruit trees on: place; cleared repair. We also have some lands for'

i lot? full re." \ .S t.- ---J I $600 last winter keeping boarders'of rent, one place where' some work is.
grove?. I e house full at present time. Half needed.' Let wants be known.
want an orange ? Ct your .
Do tn
you No great business can be developed I price can remain at 6%; make an Nelson Realty Co. 48-tf
Do want a.lo or 20-acre without an eye to the future.. 'The I. >11> / E.' E.. Wells offer. .Frank Smith; 'Klssimmee. '
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t' .. real captain of Industry look. ahead. j Fla., 48.2tpdFINE "GULF TO ,ATLANTIC LINE"

. ,tract, His imagination is one of the,things _nn'. .... ........ ._.. Real Estate, and ;Insurance Business Location for ,Sale- 'Write' or1' wire ,Menge Bros.., ,Fut
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want a 6-room house, : that distinguishes him most sharply. Myers,7lafor rate of fare and schedule i
Do ,
you Broad j
; from the man of ,small ability. But J Two splendid lots fronting on
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and 20 acres orange of steamers Snwanee- and Corona,
ft.: lot qj,
SO American cities generally have been ., 1" way, and extending to Stewart Are.,
f land? '' . managed from'day I to ;Iday.' -They MABEL GYPZENIWith' giving I double front, and .the last plying between Fort Myers'and Fort'Lauderdale ,#
jifAKE A: RENTING f
r7 '. i, '. have been conducted oy'amateuri who .SPE9IALTYOF ; via the famous'Caloosahat-' .
hava given little thought to municipal f6e v Perucbi -:Gypzene. .. . vacant lots in the block for sale.Price .
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j Summers chee, Lake Okeechobee Evergtad nd,
, Ask Mrs. .. problems. So 'their growth has Company'' at the DIXIE next HOUSES.AND ROOMS $4750., The.," lots" in other ;f
/ '".' 101 FenfUld. .&&1''Clyde. :. been haphazard and -the public, has I towns the size of ftlssimme,aa for- Drainage Canals. The mwt-woader.. ,-'

d .'.:.: (Clyde the 2nd Ave. N. of : suffered'' from serious Inconveniencesthat Monday* Tuesday' and'Wed.' .\' tunately1" situated-''would be held at ful scenery-in America. WQd''bird < :

} ,(f ,. house leading south.) might have been// avoided,- by the nesdayv .1" f' and game life In profusion. Semlnolf)C' ,
Nelson Realty
court mueh'biga.r\ price.
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The A large number of counties In Flor- '" DEATII OF EDITOR OSLIN badly and]n a short time hew In
Kissimmee "Gazette.PUBLISHER WEEK and in great pain. He
OF
'Valley ida have issued bonds for roads and PRAYER 1 high fever and Dr. Hughlettwas
other In-some-instances fart j of the death four steadily grew worse
purposes We regret to. 'learn. summoned on Sunday. On examination
EVERT FRIDAY., OFFICE TN, VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING. in exotess of conservative business BEGINS'. MONDAY old friend Editor E.A. Oslin o? t.hoI I. it was found that blood
KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. has '
It been
sense. our expcrience
'. and News. Referring had already; set In.
Rockledge
Cocoa poisoning
that direct taxation and
- a judicious The ladies- of the Methodist Mis- been too long' 'delayed
1 expenditure of is the best and to his death the Cocoa Star says: Treat.menttad\
W. B. HARRIS ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Owner cheapest manner money In which to build sionary society wiU observe their The very unexpected death of Mr. I and Mr. Oslin had not been in
S.., J. TRIPLETT .. . .. and week of prayer, beginning next Mori rood health for several months ao '
Editor Manager roads make other needed im- Oslin editor of the Cocoa-Rock- -
or any E. D. ,
.. i-day. The subject for the afternoon that his depleted' strength and' under. _..
-- '-' his
.. provement. The underlying principleof of that day will be "Bible Study andrRrayer ledge News came as a shock to acquaintances mined constitution rendered him Un-J ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy, one year .....:......___........i1,6oOne the majority of- those\ with Orientals and Immigrants," I' and business associates 'able to withstand the attack and hat "*, <
copy, st xmonthS .,,._.:.____ .71' On.' copy three month, _?_-., ..40. bond issues is the desire to favortf' : and will be led by Mrs. Basking, with yesterday a little before noon. He succumbed 'after great suffertnsv.' I ;
in Cocoa last Thursday attend ng ,
__ I thing on credit, leaving the i' Mra. Roberson as hostess. 1 was I Interment was made' in Melbourne JI
low to th bill. I I to his business as usual but suffering I of Pythias In
communications : .:- pay i Tuesday afternoon the subject.will. cemetery, the Knights i
All except from authorized' correspondentrauat: ;; |> from ingrowing to .nail. which had from t' .
'4 .llIJlled .' fri i be "Oriental Mines and Mountains charge several attending the i..
by the writer. -. please {: J been but imperfectly treated When ; ;
Rejected matter will not be returned .:.unlea. .. called for.' - ', Somebody .watch Billy'Craw1ford I I with Felds for jpecial.Collection.," he went home to Melbourne that night I Cocoa lodge 'of 'which Mr. Oslin wasa "F
and let us know what he is Advocate.
._ _,, _. x 1 __ Politically, we mean. We fully doing.be,I which Mrs. Weidler will be 'fed hostessThe by Mrs, ,,Sibert, with I he stubbed his toe lacerating it very )1t'mber.-Titusvllle

Entered at the Postottlc In Klaalmmee. Florida, aecond-clais. mall matter. lieve that he has some political trumpup - a' : : -.------ ..
-- .. -- .........--- his sleeve and we want to find) out subject' for Friday* afternoonwill -
be Missions with .
what it is. He is lots Mrs.D. I--
making of money 1 i ,rl
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913. C.' Lee as leader and Mrs. Sibert as :
.. .. honestly and legitimately; he is hostess.' '
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with law
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{ : The ladies composing the committee
WEAR I he greatly enjoys the game of politics earnestly all the members"" and !
OWNERS INSTEAD: OF DOGS MUST MUZZLES and is urge
quite sure to be "up to any visitors Interested in the work to COMING I
The city council at its meeting the first Tuesday in this month passedthe some trick" in that line. who'sBilly come and meet with them, and ask
you ask? Why. he is one of thefinestfellows .
following ordinance: that the dates be not forgottenMonday -

Section 1. That from and after the passage and ap- .., law with in Vans the state Agnew and he at practices Kis- Friday, the, the 24th 28th.Tuesday, the 25th, and STOCK COMPANY '1

proval of this ordinance the owner or owners of,any dogs simmee.-Punta Gorda Herald. Mrs J. L. Overstreet, WILLIAMS

..found i running at large without muzzles in Kissimmee City / The Kissimmee Valley Gazette Mrs. W. L. Winn, '

shall. upon ,conviction, be fined not exceeding Ten Dallars.., . 'claims to. be the original anti-Japan Mrs J. D. 'Sibert, ,
Mrs. II. W ,
Morrow
Sea .2. Any dogs found upon the streets of the City ese newspaper in Florida., We publishthe Committee. 'at.
shall immediately be impounded 'by the marshal and the' information for the benefit of -'
{ owner notified of If the' or'owners those people who' have learned that THREE NIGHTS j
or owners same. owner ,
there has been a tempest in a teapot. INTERESTING SONG. ,
cannot be located, it she+i be the duty of. the marshal to kill" Apalachipola Times. And the Jap- -, PASTIME E

the dogs after keeping same. for a period of two days. anese great question moment is not that the the only Valley questionof Ga- AND PRAISE SERVICE I I I Commencing'' :ij

Now.we ar' :willing to admit.that there are some men in Kissimmee who zette has been first to acquaint the

need muzzling, in fact there is not .a town' in America 'that does not con- public with.' It' was in these columns MONDAY NOVEMBER 24TH !
Bassenger, Fla., Nov. 16th. -j-: -I-i
tain that first appeared the true -story of
k a number of 'men who' should be required to wear muzzles tightly that 'most iniquitous measure passedat Editor Kissimmee Gazette: ,

bound to ,their jaws but 'for the life of us -we fait't see the motive' behind the last session of the legislature Dear Sire Please insertthe. follow- ,
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) d, the city attorney and the council and the mayor for desiring to place muzzles known as the Arkansas Drainage Law, ing in your paper: '

on every person in K-lssimmee who owns': a' dog. and upon which up to date the news For several months past there has
of the State with the been a song and praise service heldat ADMISSION ,
papers exceptionof
We could readily understand why these .several heads of .the city would the church of ; ,
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the Tampa Times, have remained ,Baptist Batsenger, I
't desire to place muzzles on the editors' of the local papers, for the papers quiet. conducted nv-1*. II. Menelav. aiin..rin. I It.

have at times criticized (at all times for the best interests of the'city) the ._ ------- tendent of the S.S.., on F'idytheevening ; q ".,

,i entire administration\ for both acts of commission and ommission, but to pass was turned over to the pupilsof 150. ;
AGED LADY PASSEDTO the s'chool for a literary entertain-
a blanket ordinance forcing every person-owning 'a dog to wear muzzles or ment, they were ably assisted' by Dr. {

i pay a fine of ten dollars, is beyond our understanding. We refuse to be-. HER REWARDMRS and Mrs: Reynolds, Prof. Hawthorne '

lieve that Mayor Lilly, Attorneys Vans Agnew and Crawford or the membersof and wife. _

the city council desire to go about the.streets with muzzles on their faces,' IIAIRIET rendered The following': 'programme. was well : -- .'. 250 ;

} but such they must wear or violate the law of their own making. M. GUERNSEY Song-The Old Cabin Home .

Just Imagine what 'a figure our mayor and city attorneys and councilmen CROSSED THE RIVER OF LIFE Recitation-Evelyn Walker. .

would cut parading up and down Broadway with muzzles on their faces. TUESDAY. MORNING., Recitation-Emma Thompson. 35c.ar

The sight would be sufficient to make such innocents as this editor hunt tall Selection by Dr. Reynolds. .
Reading-Miss Loretta Chandler. '
timber. Mrs. Harriet 'M. Guernsey, whose Reading-Mrs. J. P. Hawthorne, t4b .
And section 2 of this ordinance provides that all dogs found upon theN maiden name was Westfall was born Song-Silver Theads Among the ,

streets of this city, shall be impounded, it matters not whether they be in Booneville, Indiana, April 4, 1843, Gold by Mr. and Mrs. Alderman. (

bird dogs, bull dogs, cur dogs or muzzled. dogs, and they will be -put to and passed away from Kissimmee, Selection by Mrs. Reynolds. j Seats on
death. l at 8:20 a. m. Miss Aline Pearce; _
:; , fc Now, we don't believe our mayor or city attorneys or council 'meantto The funeral services were held -. Recitation-Master Kirby Thompson. I i Sale At

say any such thing They just spoke a little too soon, that's all. They Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at I I
surely intended to say that all dogs not wearing muzzles would be impound- the residence Bermuda avenue andSuml1er Song-The Bull Dog-Mr. Alderman -
street, and her remains were Mrs. Alderman, Mrs. J. P. Haw-
ed. But what intended j
they to and what
did j
say they say'are two entirely
interred in the Rosehill cemetery.Mrs. thorne, Mr. J. P. Hawthorne, Miss Lena Roberson'sMARIE
,. different 'things. What they did say is the law. G suffered from a Alderman. .

Of course,' the law is invalid, therefore it is valuable time lost to discussit. stroke of paralysis for ten weeks, during Song-My Old Kentucky Home. I'

; I -A .real sensible-law- would be to force all dogs to wear muzzles while which time she was helpless.She Recitation-Master DoneganThomp-1 f r

ti i running at l large* during the months of July and 'August and at no other had been a member of the son.After 'r
Methodist Episcopal church and her which a spelling match was DE GRAFFERELLY leading lady who made such
4' 1 time. No man'who has any regard for his dog is going to mdzzle it, but last days were quiet and peaceful.She I enjoyed by all. The closing song, J ,

r .conform<
r, dogs that. are worthless would be killed by the marshal. her husband and children from Mississippi sung by all. _

The only thing for the council to do is"to throw this law into the discard and had resided here for .
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three and a half years. T-
t and pass a' common-sense. law, if any at all is needed. which we seriously She leaves a husband, two daughters -
doubt.)' and three grand children. One -

daughter: Mrs. Florida Shaw: lives .. '0
near Orlando, and the'other, Mrs

In future the Plant City Courierwill If the publisher' is receiving the support Mary Arnesen,, lives at Rye, Florida.
be issued twice a week. The fact from merchants he is entitledto Both were present- during the last
speaks well for both. Plant City and he hours of their mother and at the funeral -
owes a certain duty to his
Editor Thomas.. town and should always, be on the and during\ much of the time LEST YOU FORGE;
.....- lookout for anything that will be of of her affliction. ,' ",

+ We were asked, the other day, when benefit to it.-East Coast Advocate. Mr.Guernsey_is a Confederate Veteran ) .. .. -
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and the U. D. C.'s rendered \" "i' .J .. . ;
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the Valley Gazette would cease fight- I appropriate :'. ( ,, ,: :, " I' ;" ",r,' '" i .1\i"\(" "
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ing for "white services to the family in this '" '' ,"
a way" on Broadway, : That it ,
and'our answer was, "when the 'white The Commercial Club of Sanford time; of grief. The sympathies 'of the : 'is"nly' ;
fi ,way' is established." has subscribed for 600 copies for six people go out, to him in his grief and
. months of the Herald, Bob Holly's loneliness.
0 paper, which will be mailed to partiesin .
We hear,that Miss Wilson's trousseau the North and'West seeking infor- CARE OF TIIANKS. :ONE MONTH' UNTIL XMAS

is to cost $5,000. That amount mation about Florida. The city of We desire,to ..extend 'our heartfelt
'1; would ,bring joy to the hearts of one Sanford will profit more from this investment thanks to our-many friends who have

hundred thousand 'poor. children at that it would'' or could have so kindly assisted us in ouc late. be- .-
Christmas time. from the investment of ten times that
M, ., .'. reavement 'of our dearly beloved wife want to remind that
0 in :
-r- amount any other form of adver- .' you we
,' Last year the city council of Kis tising. We know, for it is by that and mother, Harriet M. GuornseyiMrs' : JUST
sc simmee passed an' ordinance to keep means that Kissimmee has become the .- Florida Shaw, '
t all tent shows out of Kissimmee, and most prosperous and progressive city 'Mrs. Mary -VI;Arnesen, the most complete stock of
''j now Kissunmee kids have to come to in the South. J.- S. Guernsey.

Orlando to see the circus.-Orlando ** 0 in the State.Appropriate
Sentinel. ,.. The people of St. Augustine displayed ADVERTISED LETTERS goods .
b' rare good sense when they ,
It'has been our experience that the placed four thousand dollars in the Remaining the Poatoffice ajt- XI. t ,
t+ man who clamors the loudest for war hands of the Board of Trade to be simmee Uncalled For, .0..0.00000 0 00 00 0 0 -H >>0.0 0 J 000 to 0 00 000 0 00 0 0 H
,is the one, whosehearing If so im- used for advertising that city. That .
Nov. 10 1913. -
amount will enable the Board to do j
paired that he is prevented from hear- J
?, ing the call of the president for volunteers real effective'Work in the way of build '
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lr to.. -do .the fighting. ing up and making' still more prosper- Advertised list for tho two weeks : Gifts For : :: I II.
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bus We'are
n r -' +--- that.city. constrained to ending Dec.. 1, 1913. ,
:/ believe that much of;the success the I. ': ,:., ,: '
Editor Triplett of the Kissimmee Board of Trade met within soliciiting larber. Clyde Kerey. F T ::J, : :. .
t Valley Gazette one of. Florida's lead- this subscription was due to the persistent Bam.tarker.Rut.Will' Morris Mayeok.-Pink Peter Father Mother .': :,

'Ing journals, will probably become an and consistent boosting of the Irokaw.; W.: H Mel)... F AIryon .
't i spirant for representative from Osce- Record.It Mamie L' Newmon Robert .
ola county next year. As a legislator Bans. Mrs WIl- Northern A N Sister -
Brother
O. lIam' .
Fettle
\ Roahell
be would take as high rank as he hag ironaon. W A Pr.aeott.; .Arthur ,
i'r as, a journalist.-Palatka TimesHerald. is hoped.there will be a large at- Clark. :Mr. Ellzile Ray, Archie
V tendance at the meeting of the Boardof Co..... Mr Cottln Reed. Cicero .

+:. Trade Monday night.' As the mat- Davis Davis. Mr.Miss Annie Mar- Bhaw Bpady,, Henretta Oeo. "o, That Sweetheart 1000000
is The first issue of the Bowling Green ter of deciding who will represent the Davis. Mr TulyRmlth. T J 1\
Times has arrived at'this office, the Board of Trade on the committee to draper.. OK .Thoma. W A -
'. of G. H. make'a creditable display of Osce lacounty's Held. Mr. Elua Belley Ella -
;x' name Taylor being at the
Belles. Lue Vaata. W C 0 o oo 000 00 00 0 0000..00 0 o. oo o 000.0<-" .c
masthead as editor. It is a well got. products atthe Mid-Winter Oreen Robert B Welch. W C 00 0. O Oo.ooo 0 0 .000000000
I. Fair to be held at Orlando in February Oray Charle.Veaver., W
ten up paper both, in the characterof H
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its and will be.)finally settled. The busi- Hall J H Quartmon. Mr, .
matter' print, and. will beg lollenbeck, C nHenry .J'
_ the means of doing much in the way ness men owe portion of their time fohnaon Jeff Bryon, Mamie L ;: ARE
I of building up that little city. to the city In which they live] and the Johnson[ ,"KlaalmQreen, Robt B WE open evenings. Come in
best 'way to pay that debt is by attending me> Womaley. Mrn.J D
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i -0- Johnson, Pan let
; 'We Welcome T. M.: Callahan. to the and taking an active part 4n B. B.. SIMPSON, , us s ow you. We will make ,

profession, and hope he will work as the meetings of the Board t of Trade. Postmaster. Xmas shopping '
.t.; !j industriously for Florida and keep the .. a pleasure to you.
Beloit
: Fort Myers Press, which he' recently College, Wis., recently held a .
1-. 'purchased up to the high standard holiday known as John Pfeffer day in Sparethe rod and. you will l not You can select what you want and
honor of their head janitor 'who head spoil the fishing. ,
achieved by its former owner, N. G. -
'. ,I: .Press has. been a power been With them exactly 50 years. have it laid away until you are ready
r 1 good 0 FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
; for- In building up 'Florida as
well as that most progressive city in George F. Robinson; for 17 years 'Apply to Mrs. Jas.. Dale, 651 Broad- for ,it --the late shopper dis-
i : which it is published. watchman at the north door of ''the way. 48-tf ; is.always )

: "vi O Treasury building in Washington appointed.
,. 'W*. see, the governor .of Alabama greets between ,800 and 900 visitors NOTICE'HERD 1 UNniCH Of APPLICATION SKtTIONn BT4 FOR AND'TAX Specla.attenbon"glven\ tomailorders "

t Jias appointed a lIewspaperA to each day. During this season the ,era UKNEHAl. STATUTES OK and of
,- the U. S. _Senate., About the most majority of the sightseers. are from THE STATH OK KE.OM1UA.Notice' .' out town customers. ,(
Sensible thing the governor could have the North, he' says." Roger. and I* M.hereby A. Snyder given purchaser that Minnie of
)M 'done, -AS newspaper men, as a rule, '-t -'...A- Tax Certificate NoT: ....,. dated the *Ird Don't forget'.that ,it is a pleasure, for us .
_ are better; fitted to represent the people Motherlove, the longing'fora son day" of July in A. D. 1811. has. filed cod
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'in legislative bodies than is the to call I .her own, has led to the application certificate for ray tax Office.and.deed to issue ha* In madeapplication accordance to show'goods., .
average lawyer or business man, of Mrs. Arthur I.. Judis, with lair. Said certificate embrace i-
+ through' her husband for, permission the following described property .

f: The: newspaper is ,considered somewhat to adopt. H. J.,Anderson, aged thirty- Ida altuated to-wit: In' O.c.ola, ; county, Flort ...o-. 0 0 0 ......... .....00>..0000 00 0 o..o oo.. 0 0 0 0 too..... ..
three who, has .....
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lived
In the nathrre. of a public'insti' at her home In Lot number Nineteen (1of( Block-
I NeW' Orleans, La., for Hundred-flfteen (lU) of the Town .
:taUon.'Wbeneve'there'Ia a demand many years. \iv
of St.. Cloud Florida The aJd lot being -
to,any.'towBuor-.community for some .. i | \ .. ; _)*..*.4 at the date of fuanc of > ; y ',
public utility or improvement, the editor ManvUle A. Martin, of North Newport such certificate In the name of UN- c. 'A' C.Q'TE JEWELER and
TCNOWN. Unleald is usually the first,one approach- M .,..has a: sword cane that was be redeemed according law, tax deed .
ad, and with the requests lend hU owned '1515 by Father Dupe who will l..ue thereon:>> on the 'ITth ,day, of i, OPTOMETRIST
:sad I .paper-ltoward 'I"r-' translated'the GreekBible in French. November, A D.: 1111.' "" '

,thrinT ,t*e vcans4f and it: JDichtYbe The bl Cia of, the sword is covered with at Wltnea Klsalmmee my' City hand, Florida and offlclal'seal, this 14th. : l
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that, IMfbli'c..Gpinion'' can be quaint and/curious engravings. The day of October A. D. In*. ; _
ironed more, quickly;through the sheat is made of,red cedar, but which tCt.-Ct.> J. L. OVER TRJ E'I', _
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,newspaper;;than: bjr .another;ineans. ,.hat-been,stained darker, color. ..u paceola.! County, Florida. ,
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE For Rent three .\ . ., -- ---------, : ,f:!., '
modem
flats! equip. .Julian Montsdcca member 'of' the ;
Telephone'No. 11. pee! ** ,1f /*.,
.h.nlnquire} lights, county Democratic executive committee I ; i
office.
,
i at the Gazette from the Whittier precinct was .

Published Every Friday By 46tiherlhos in Kissimmee Saturday. Mr., Monte- . -, :) .

Elizabeth Parker entertained doca also'carrle.1 >a deputy sheriff's -, ,. ,
W..lsltAxtcAs.: of friends at luncheon commission for his precinct.J. ( i -I ' (
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-- tenth Wednesday afternoon, in honor of her on. E. Curtis, representing the Na-I >, Obey That Impulse"By \ .' .\ :," ',; > : , :' ,

0 404600,000ONOA040P00 e .birthday. tional Lead Co., of New' York was In .. :, < ,

: yj eatherport A. W; L. Tuesday evening social the city Wednesday calling on the ' .
trade.
His
.manufactures
next week 'will company
be
presided over by the metal the Valley Gazette : Attending Katz'soj'
Mrs. J. uses In' ; .
and Mrs.Z.Walter Roberson Bass.Mrs. Lane. Pottlk its modern typesetting machine. ;, ,I +


;A Nperature Followingare* and precipitation the daily tern.u "the ou'Young.are cordially.Wesleyan-Baraca-Invted"attend H. and Clay F.Stanford S. Jenkins, Frank composed Vans Agnew a- : Wednesday

reported by" the Men's hunting' which left : Tuesday and Special Sale
f > Government class at the First M. E. church;,South, afternoon party to reach the Wednesday y ,"t; ; ; -,-:,- .

station at Kissimmee,for the every Sunday morning at 9:45. forests for game-laden .,.... .. ,
early shooting. They will \
week ending Nov. 20, 1913. .
Miss Rutli Overstreet, who resides returntoday.
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NOVEMBER 25TH AND
Mar in the 26T.H; 1
Mln.Rain Shingle Creek section, was the ,
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J. H. Reese and wife of Orlando
Fray J'' _____. 77 69 .._ ason week at end their guest home of the Orlando Misses Thoni- spent Sunday here with Joe Hugh'smother

'Saturday. .... 79 69Sunday ,-" on avenue. and sister. Joe Hugh Is mal SOME OF THE BEST MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE WILL BE PUT I w .

_....", 81 65! (, Mrs.. Florida Shaw n Mary ing the Sentinel one of the'best pa- ON SALE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY' ,
theirs
I Monday _._,. .80 63i Arnesen returned to home pers in Florida, the same he has doneto '- a
Thursday after every paper he has edited. .
; ; Tuesday ......80 "61 ::: in her affliction attendlnetheir and death.C. mother R ,

Wednesday.. 82 66 Sam Hannah of Beaver Falls Pa., THIS IS A THANKSGIVING SALE : ,

i Thursday _. 83, 61 ::: I F. Ansley of the Ansley Tie and one of our regular winter visitors ar=' .. I ,.
?? Lumber of rived Monday, and for the next threemont.hs s
Company Orange City, .
......000..000.0... paid Monday..the DuttonHarris Co. a visit big game will and i try catching his Juck fish at, an shooting abundance --. 38 !in. Silk Ratine, regular: '1.25 sale . $/ .98 '"

of both being found on our prairies -
rr-r Pretty and useful articles for Christ- and in Lake Tohopekaliga.L. 38 in. Cotton Ratine, regular 1.25, sale :.98 "
mas gifts on sale by the Earnest
Workers at the Chapter House Nov. L. Kibbe and wife are here for 36 in. Cotton Ratine .85 .64' '
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LOCAL FIELD 28th. the winter from Fletcher, Comanche .
f county, Okla. Mr.'Kibbe states that "
Miss Verna the accomplished he is so well pleased with our climate 36 in. in stripes reg. 65c sale ..39 {
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+ . daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holt, and his reception, by our people that : ., t t.]
-- is home again after a week pleasantly it is more than probable he will become 36 in. Silk 'Mixtures Ratine 75c! sale .59 ; "

;Marvel Flour, new spring wheat pro, pent with friends at Arcadia. one''of our permanent! ,residents. .. reg. .,; ,

duct,.at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf W. B. Crawford is spending the We regret to learn that 'G o. M. 27 in. Silk, Rat.ne regular 85c ale .64 '. ,1 ,
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Fish pond at the children's week attending to legal matters ataonppin Taylor has been quite seriously ill for ,,
Nov. 28th, at Cbapter House. bazaars, Georgia, Alabama,and Mis the past week. We understand that 27 in. Silk Ratine 59c .' '
.3,8.
; he. is now somewhat improved but .. '. ... { "

$7.60.High F.lace H.boots Lawson.for. men -$5.00' 48-11 and from W..'J. Sears returned home Saturday may ation have to bring to undergo about his a surgical complete oper-reM .36 in. Cotton'Ratine, regular, 60c, sale .. .42 ' ;

ayiait, to Tampa Clearwater and covery.J. '
W. T. Sims, of Orlando, spent Manatee the interest the Grand ': '. ,
Thursday in the city. I Lodge,Knights of Pythian.J. ;. L. Moon, who will be remembered EXTRA SPECIALS .
S as our most efficient county
Marvel Flour, new spring wheat pro ., S. Stratton one oflOsceola county's ,' attorney a few years prosecuting ago, but- 40 in. Crepe De Chine regular 2.25 sale 1.83 '
fruit
duct, at R. S. Floyd's.: 43-tf ,prominent buyers, spent the'week who now lives at Atlanta, Ga., wherehe ,
I litthe) city looking after ,busl- practices the legal'profession; is "
ness interest \ 1\ the week here 40 in. Brocaded Crepe Meteor 2.75
Be sure and see our window .display '" I' spending; greeting his reg. I

this week. .F, 11. Lawson. 48-lt Marcus Fagg 'of Jacksonville/ I who many friends. this sale 2.00

Miss Mildred Turville spent Thurs Is devoting his life.to the care of un- H. H. 'Hull who operates an exten- '. . ,,:

day afternoon in Orlando. fortunate children was a visitor to sive saw mill I near Narcoossee, was Red and Brown Matlasee '
Kissimme the close of last ,week. in the city Saturday circulating a petition only regular .k ,
ready-made dresses at The -- to have the A. C. L. extend its '

Woman's Shop.;>> 4-lt John G. Dann H. Prather formed one Earl hunting, party and line to the new townsite, which petition - 5.00, sale .' 3.90 : F's..
was signed by a large numberof
The Board of Trade meets In regular leaving the city ,.Thursday, to be gone I '.
' session Monday night. until Saturday in quest of big game. persons. Plain Materials to match at 1.00

M. T. Tlndall, Florida's .. .
champion ... .
Heinz# Pickles, all varieties at R. S.Floyd' County Commissioner E. L.. Lesley rifle shot J .
as well as being one of the *
.. 43tf Geo. F.visitors Singletary in Orlando and H.Thursday E. Swabeywere afternoon state's most successful farmers and Some other,. good values will> be on 'display ,. Nk

fruit growers, was in the city Satur-

S. R. Felds of Loughman was a ; f day stocking up with ammunition to and you should be here''on time as the sale ' ; ,'a

, .business visitor here Monday. Tax Assessor Barber left yesterday use during' the hunting season, that ; .
for Tallahassee to attend the meetingof opened yesterday. ,*;:' ; 't' " "
o is for r
Marvel Flour wheat % only two days.KATZ'S
new spring product the state tax assessors. He Is ex- .
T. J. Cooley of Scottsburg, O.. ac: I. "
at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf r
pected to return here Sunday. ,
f companied by his niece, Miss Marion .. "

; Buy candy from the bazaar at the Little girls come and' buy your Phillips, of Jeffersonville, 0., arrivedin ,- : "
I Chapter Hquse December! ,4th and 6th. doll's Christmas' outfit at the .Chil- the city Tuesday to spend the winter ... .4 -
dren's Bazaar. Wonderful bargainsin ,. Mr. Cooley spnet fast winter in n

W. II. Brokaw with Griffin* Broth- hats, dresses, etc, at the Chapter Kissimmee and is delighted with our ""
_0 i, the tree people. 40-tf House, Nov. 28th.C. climate and people. .,
I The Place for Goods and Clothing. .
Dry .
.. White and colored leather belts at .M. Mallett, representing the Gulf Jas. Tison, who owns one of thebes n
The Woman's Shop. 49-H Fertilizer Co., with headquarters at orange groves in the famous ( .
Orlando, is spending the week in.thissection Narcoossee section, spent Saturday in ---- .
Heinz Pickles,all varieties, at R. .S. ooki over the many groves Kissimmee. Mr. Tison- said that'so f'I

.,.. Floyd's. 43tf that use his company's fertilizers. far he had netted about 93.25 a box
for his grapefruit and expected pricesto
.. .
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1 D. II. Gill of St. Cloud was a business Mrs. W. A. McCool, wi!: A. Mc ooit hold up during the entire season. _, ,
Jr., and Miss'Gene Anderson arrivedMonday J I', ,
visitor in the city Thursday '
l' from Beaver Falls, Pa., and H. T. Law one of the leading law- H. Edmund Swabey has announced NARROWLY ESCAPED PASTOR KISSIMMEE '
For Sale-Motoi- boat in good condition I will occupy their beautiful bungalowon yersand real estate dealers of Washington himself as a proficient landscape gardener +t
cheap if taken soon.. Address Emmett street until lath spring. D. C., reached Kissimmee this and offers his services to the CHURCH:
, .' week for visit with Mn .Swabey has laid out \ SERIOUs'ACCIDENT CHRISTIAN
:Box 674, 'Kusimmee. ;fi ' ' a his son, A. W. public. '
t, ) ., ,. ' ," _,, : I Mrs. Westcott and Mrs. Mosher Law, manager of the Erskine Heights some of the prettiest grounds in this , ...',' \('; 0 i. ,
"Chesterfield" hats., 'They' top off two,leaders of St. Cloud's social set, grove and farm, located on the north city,' and possesses an artistic,eye Dr. A. M. Chishoim. pastor of the' ::'I' .,; .
"' the good dresser and tip off. the, right were in Kissimmee Tuesday shopping limits,of the city.. seldom found in.thinly populated cen- MRS.: CONRAD' BRYAN'S FOOT Christian church of Kissimmee, wa. ", W ; ..\'

"I style. F. H. Lawson.. 48-lt among our up-to-date dry goods Mesdames Mary C. White and. C. A. ters. lie haa just accepted surrounding the'workof BECAME ENTANGLED IN in the city last evening meeting the, .'r'O i t ,
the
I beautifying grounds '
stores. REINS AND IS DRAGGED his church and ' '
r For the best tires and bicycle supplies ,/ Pritchard, of Point Chautauqua, N. Y., the residence of.J. C. Ledbetter in various members of the arranging '
them at
call on the Osceola Bicycle Shop. I home of Jacob
48-4,will convene here next Tuesday at they are more impressed with the possibilities -
which a considerable number of cases of Kissimmee than of any : -McLaurin, wife and.children What came" near' being a serious Church street next Tuesday afternoon,
; J. W. Bass, a popular merchantOrange 'of I will) be disposed of, although none are other city they 'have visited ih the of Rio, Miss., arrived in Kissimee accident occurred Tuesday afternoon November 25th, at 3 0 clock., The i
i Center, was in the city Wed- for capital crimes. state. It is more than probable they Monday and are looking our sur- at about 8:45-when Mrs. Conrad members of that denomination haveno
j nesday. will decide to remain permanently. rounding country over for a place to Bryan was dragged some fifty feet church in Orlando and it is the desire -
Workmen have been busy this week purchase and make their permanenthome. by a runawayhorse.. of"Dr. Chisholm that a mission '
, Ladies can secure genuine home making changes in the stage at the The ladies of the Baptist church Mr. McLaurin spent. a''' few It appear. that a short time ago be organized. The members are not
made fruit cake at the Baptist ladies'bazaar Dixie theater,''prepatatqry to the opening will hold a bazaar at the Chapter days here last winter and was,so Impressed Mr. Bryan purchased a young horse strong enough numerically to builda
'
, of the Peruchi-Gypzene Co. House December 4th and 6th, for the with the advantages our sec- that had been brought here from Nebraska church at present and'the doctor

of' Dav.-n- next Monday.The i benefit of the local Baptist church. tion afforded-home seekers that he decided and which had not been brokento proposes to' preach' here on Sunday ,,,
Robert Ingraham, one Come and inspect the pretty and use to return this winter accom- either ride or drive. The horse afternoons if they are favorable,, to-'
a port's foremost business men spent handsome residence being built; ful articles they have on sale before panied 4>y his family. being gentle that part of the work such a'move and provide a' place ofmeeting.
: Monday here.. C. E. Franklin in the oak thirty or
by Mrs. you decide. on those Christmas presents was 'easily performed, and in a few There are some '
court The ministers #in their meeting Mon more members jf the Christian church
and harness about the
: driven ',
. Eight good males, wagons nearing completion eready ? days was being f'
and will day morning considered the'matter ofarrangements hitched (by some calledReformed and by" _
for sale at a bargain. L. H. In- for occupancy by holiday time.Frank" . Frank Tatman, who for the past for Thanksgiving ser streets As -the horse to had a buggy shown no dispo- others Campbellite) and we are sure ...
gram 400tt> three weeks lias been confined in the vices. .' It was found that this was the .t they will cooperate with Dr. Chisholn #
Denig and wife of Plant City hospital at' Tampa' suffering with a time in regular course for the sermon sition to run' or get Mr.frightened Bryan con-* and will be more, than glad to aid him '1 It''*' 'j '
1 passed through'the city Monday en complication of diseases returned autos or other things, in mission the city. -tt-, ,: 1
If you want your bicycle repaired to be preached by the Presbyterian sented to let his son, Nathan, drive establishing fc.'lva'
" correctly) take ft to the Osceola Bicycle i- route to Narcoossee. where fora'short here Tuesday'much Improved' in minister and the services will be held to friend's house in the The doctor is said to be a strong;' ,
Shop. 48-4 time they will be the guests of thetr health, and stated that he anticipated at the Christian church. A requestwas Mrs. Bryan a of the city. Nathan preacher and a splendid worker in the' A
? parents Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Denig. regaining his usual healthy condition agreed upon that a choir be made southern the part without trouble. and Master's vineyard. ,We hOpe" be will N '', )
hitched horse
f .CoI: and Mrs. Andrew Johnson returned 'D. Decker St.' Cloud's leading i in a. few more weeks.' up from,the choirs' the various drove him'around,the block on which be instrumental in doing a great work ;' '}
,
I, home yesterday after a short S. churches lead in the music of the in, this city.-Orlando Reporter-Star. 1
- visit in Arcadia. attorney was transacting legal business E. T. Hunt arrived in the city Mon- occasion. Doubtless this,will be complied the Bryan house is situated and stop 1
here Tuesday Judge Decker day from North Carolina, and is be- with and music be ex- ping-at his front, gate called to his This week the editor was presented? ,t
good
: B. C. Miller;spent yesterday in the stated that St. Cloud was Just about, ing shown over this section.by our pected. There is earnest desire may that mother to come. As soon as Mrs. with' a great big sweet potato, grown ,"
J city buying supplies.for his farm and full to overflowing with winter rest- real estate agents. Mr. Hunt-ie here the people will heed the.call for this Bryan got into the buggy the horse by R.' D. Driggers. The potato is so--
'; greeting friends. dents. with' view purchasing property national acknowledgment of AlmightyGod turned sidewise, and when Nathan big that it wrlh make a meal for the
'; and locating; permanently, as he believes numbers to attemped to pull him straight, the whole office force, and-.Dr. T. M. '
in
:'j :j'grnished'Rooms for Rent; For Ed Fuell and wife of Rosalie spenta this is the most favored section this, service and gather and participate large in worship horse made a quick turn, upsetting the Rivers, who kindly brought it to'toww, J ,
' Sate""' cards at the Gazette days here this week, registering in America for buggy and throwing the occupants '
( and For Rent few the successful and thanksgiving. The Lord has in his auto and delivered t to the> z t
u office, 10 cents each. 43-tf at the Manhattan. Mr. Fuell growing of fruits and vegetables. '. richly: blessed the people of the.United'out. In some unaccountable way Mrs.Bryan' editor states that Mr. Driggers claim- ,
of cattle and entangled in the
f owns a large number on foot became that it was grown without a particleof
; ; Mrs. Proctor of, Forsyth Ga., is Monday shipped a car load of steersto Dr..Witherspoon returned home'Sat- manifested.States'and hearty. gratitude- should be linesu and she was dragged about fertilizer. Well it doesn't make }

i the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Gild Jacksonville., urday from Decatur, Ala, where he fifty feet" the horse running at full I, any difference what care or' what
was attendance on the' Synod of !, '
speed. amount of fertilizer1 it required to
.
bert, on Main street.J. S., T! Kidder, representing "Ask Alabama of
If. Halley, that irrepressible live Mr. Foster" spent Monday in the cityin Dr. Witberspoon was selected.moderator ' about the body, but none of a serious and a most acceptable Ji ft. .
'j wire from Loughman, was here Tuesday the interest of the handsome yearbook and clerk of the Synod and Kis nature, and Dr. C. L. Hyatt, who was ., ;i.o'
mingling pleasure with business. his firm publishes, and which.all simmee was selected for the meeting November 12th 1913 at once called in, dressed her wounds CHILDREN'S BAZAAR.'
4 On Wdnesday, ,
the official guide to 1914. ., : would be all right .
and stated she as .
. repairing making and tourists! use 'as .. :occurred tbe'' marriage of. Mr. E. G. The i Earnest Workers of the Presbyterian r i i
L For gun key Florida. ; soon as the'nervous'shock'Abesustained .- church will have a. sale'at 111'the
call on the P,'A. Schull and Miss Mary Cryder Vans .Agnew and Miss Florence.Ely wore"off.The i
:"1 re-tiring baby carriages; who the hotel the Rev L. E. Livermore at the : Chapter House on Friday after 0*. t
own at Lake lIamUtofl.wet'e by
4 S is ,
Osceola.. Bicycle Shop. .n Dr. P. L. Moon of Atlanta, spendIng horse continued his flight for
28th.
and November
visitors home 220 street. The noon evening, af
to, Kissimmee bride's Bryan
Satur- "
in the city,.and if con- on and he "
several blocks caught
few days waa as J ,
k Mr, and Mrs. Tolar of Loughman- ditions a prove to be as avertable .as day, and while here purchased a light ring ''ceremony was used. Only Im- was about to plunge into the lake. -... '. : !-. ", .f
1 stoPped over' Monday on their way to reported through the press will possibly and, pumping plant from'.the Kissim- mediate relatives' were present to The only damage done the buggy M. ....;KICKS ,t "I '.. '"
;:
,l visit to South arolll'a.! hilt permanenthome. mee Supply Co. They were delightedwith witness the marriage.The DR. .
"
make Kissimmee\ wag the breaking of ono of the .front ""Thy.leian' !'I,
in
it bride
our city, saying bad a more was gowned a traveling '
Victor, Hill' '-of Narcoossee: was prosperous'and progressive look than dress ,of brown moire silk. She has wheels v .J ., and Surgeon ;..., d

among the out of town business men water' fish shipments, from any city thay had visited in the South resided in Kissimmee for the past four Not ever liked all her Office Phones ,
even a woman
who spent Tuesday here. Fresh for the tten weeks I years, and has -won many friends. rel tives.- ,, State Bank Bid. Office 41-Res. 4G( .
hlin\ 'bak. Kissimmee_ hundred pas and I .C. D. Carroll, the Narcoossee .tur- The groom is well known and appreciated ,
-
the ---
Neimeyer &Installed ,dough- have been one the ,weather thirty-five Florida :pentine operator, was in the city Sat ., in business and ,social cir- -

ers, have just a new' 48-lt uncalledWith 'tocold the bulk. of i urday making ,.arrangements for 'dis ,, "
.
mixer to be run by electricity.' the northern markets.: posing of his fall output.. Mr Cap? cles.Mr..' and Mrs. .Vans Agnew are THEATERMonday

i ' one. of Ktssimmee's fish for roll stated that his section was rapidly showered with good wishes for theirprotperity 'DXIE. ;
brilliant'young: building' with most desirable and future happiness.Theyleft _
lawyers, transacted 'Do like candyQome'to the up I '
legal business at DeLand this week. you Friday Nov. 28th and people from the West, and ''predicted In the evening! for their wedding Tuetday and'Wednesday'N
c candy booth French and Swiss that it would be the most popular section trip and expect ,to. make their homein . ,: .
of the
Charles "O'Berry '''visited '''Orlando buy maidens who Japanese will be ready to serve of the county in a few years. Kissimnee. ", ":
,
'Wednesday be $t the circus Perachi-Gypzene Company -
to present afternoon evening at. the Chap ,
you ,"The Homeseekers' Guide" will ,
! to be given in.our neighbor city. soon METHODIST CHURCH. Y
.
House. ,
ter .j"; publish a list of property owners that .
'J.'F. Willson, the- efficient'manager I time ;''ol..a have property for sale.'' This list is Service 'will be held in the High ,. + reen"nf :
of the Ross Graves.. Hardware Com- J.J.; Hall.studio at one Jn this owner' city, but being made up for the benefit of School ''auditorium, preaching at 11 The Turning.Point.. '; The ,WhltSi.tcrandLifo' : .." '

itnyspent the week-end with friends "I"Sow competed with the Simms Realty homeseekers who wish to deal direct a. m. and 7 p.'m-, by the pastor. Morn ,
: was here yesterday with the owners. None but owners Ing. subject "Th. Story of .Archlp- .... Shop:Window ,
Company o* Tampa, '* I 44ALUEATS
the list Mr. "Shall .
Hall stated will be placed on Owner pera, evening ; subject we '
G.' F. parker ud wife and Mrs. A. for a few hours. Mr.making fflo>e I if you wish to get. on, the list sendyour Know Each' Other in Heaven* RESERVED Tickeait&zOrice t r'r'
M. yesteTday with that' Kilaimplee was ; extended Wall Pricea, s..3S, ,
Chisholm' pent; than"Ln1' name and address to,The -Home- A.cordial Invitation .. _
friends at Orlando,..;etu lpg/bn thePyerdl1e ,substantial improvements ", ,seekers' Guide;-Tampa,' Flay ? .48-1_ to attend:these services.. '
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PAGE, 8.. 1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE \
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I ". ,YEAR IN AND YEAR OUT, RAISE : .
,. SUGAR CANE. : : :
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DEBT WHICH '.' .' ;
!I; .. !Ii
BUSINESS MEN OWE One of the most successful cane . 0' !
-I growers in a small way is J. A. Felts, '

A Georgia ,editor, any the" Palm of I'alma Sola. This season he has .
five acres of cane, four acres of this

'T" -" ..." I little Reach Capital News with refused his to local deposit bank his because being experimental.his regular lie now crop estimate and one..-acre that 'ilii
live' latter would not patronizethe "n
_
-' paper. Good for' the editor. We I the the four acre-the acres will cane producif800 having made gallonsto an i
editor's stand. He la
admire the exactljf excellent this comparedto
growth season
right, for the obligation of sup-i .
last ,, It made 500' gallons to
local institutions is mutual.,, year.
porting the acre last year. Mr." Felts put in a
This one-sided support is getting sickening 2,600 pound cane, mill and in a try-out &
and the. sooner these pampered, finds that it will test 72 cent, near-
.
I institutions an, awaken obligation to the to the fact newspapers that"they ly as good as the larger per mills. I
owe
t ', the sooner they will escape fore All has the been syrup taken he has in the made local hereto-mar 'At H
:
retribution.. There isn't a .business
II+ :
kets and he 'confident that the
.
live without
t house in town that can m
:i: the newspaper, and there isn't a townin amount of syrup produced than this, sec- &j
I the United States that doesn't owe tion will not supply more one-
I X its existence to newspapers.. When a tenth of the local demand, so that
t newspaper asks' a business, house for there is not likely to'be a surplus to II
patronage it isn't asking any favor, place' upon outside markets for some
time to Cane' staple
.come. a pro-
'it the merchant to
is simply asking N
duct, always sure to-bring returns in
debt due. The'newspa.per -
D long
repay a busU this county, though itdoes not offer
broader than the
A is average
the gamble that makes the vegetablecrop
it it boosts
ness man, for when boosts
the entire community, while the business \ f no attractive. Out in the Palma of
lecturer
---.J ,Sola section the soil is favorably George Blackstone Irving a
The
boosts his own only. ,
man
to the and after the .
product
adapted
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2
newspaper brings'business into town it I first.crop Mr Felts tells us it is 'easy reputation and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession ;
and the merchant and banker get ; ,
I they pat themselves on'the" back and : favorable to raise and The he seasons tells us are that especially he has. has mitten book called "My Town the message -
say, "how smart we are! Do-they growing without replanting for a j
cane
to think that if it wasn't for I

i.S:; the ever town newspaper stop and inviting that the keeps people boosting to come the t crop six and it is seven only years.necessary After to cultivate the first 'of ''which .he states is",, "B uy at Home." The !x't t

:X-l here wouldn't, that be these able same to pay business their people rent? lightly year. and It is add not a little necessary fertilizer to plant each Springfield_ [Mass.] board of trade awarded, Mr. Irving !Ii f

;:: Is it because of the men who don't advertise each year as it is in'the counties in for
i which the prize of $500 for the best plan submitted i
X or is it because of the attrac- North Florida from we get ifiSfi a promoting x ;

of tive the things county proclaimed that brings by citizens the press'and bulk tion. of Just the why supply there for'is local no more consump-cane the i interests of their city. He has studied the .;

-.. 1 settlers to the community The growing in this county is a query, butit
i press is putting money in.the pockets I is best answered no doubt in the more fact subject in this country and abroad. Consequently he I
that "get.rich quick" figures are
of business man in town, and it
I is awakens every high time to that his the responsibility selfish man and' alluring in. For the a Vegetable sure thing and year fruitIndus'ries. in I knows what he is writing about, and the following

pays his share of the expense. Patronize and year out Mr. Felts is of the opinIon quotations make : advertisement for the Buy-
your home papers. that cane la the thing for the a strong

I .3: Journal.Palma Sola country.-Manatee River ing-at-Home movement: a

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;.......... :- . . .., I ISfi ."Every citizen of a community; farmer, laboring man, profes-
-.' II Union CenterBy III sional man: -each and all owe ,a heavy debt to their town. Al-

:c..;"' ;"'''(ooXXooMooo; 0 0 00
Lloyd Leslie Harvey. citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments withIi!
--- ---.- -- --- ------' -' ---- -- I. SfiSfi received."
The V. P. C. E. society held its out giving value !Ii
usual meeting Sunday evening. The *
WINCHESTERHUNTING bee.meeting Topic was of led lesson by Mrs.: I.TemperanceFacts II. Wether I x his community, the owner which resides there, in preference to

N and Figures Found in 1st Kings, that business, the owner of which, resides'out of town. This principle I
20 chapter from the 1st to the 21st y; .
verse. Several special.songs and reci I y; applies' to every line of business.
tations'were prepared, which made the I !fi "So widespread is the principle >of home investment that theY
1i meeting very interesting. Mrs. C. M. ; German has crusade American bonds
I 1 Smith will be the leader for next Sun Empire organized a against
/ day night, which will be' Nov. 23rd. urging that home--interests need all local capital. The general

Rev. J. D. Wyandt preached two of the International Harvester Company told the writer :a,
I manager .
very interesting sermons Sunday
;; ?: I morning and evening. Announcementhas I that i it is more difficult' to introduce their products ill Germanythan

If S of '' two been weeks made from for last the regular Sunday.services All in any other .nation. When a nation acts; this way is it not significant - $

have a cordial invitation.The lesson for towns ?" $
There eleven different i1'1'y' correspondent made a business I
:
& > are trip to St. Cloud Thursday and Friday.: Yes it is significant lesson for this community. xs '
,s' w p models of?f WinCh.ester" RiflesV ;, Benjamin Barber visited friends at .a very
Maitland ;
Mohday.
L' made. From them it isan, .
easymailer Mrs. G. B. Lawscmjind children visited -"

t, : to select one suitable for with, friends' on Boggy creek Sun-

L hunting; any game. Reliability day.The social given, at the home of ooo o.ooooo.. o o .<-><" <<">' oo oo oooooooooooooo. I
Miss Ruth Harvey Wednesday evening
:: strength',and'. accuracy\*,are the 4 was], highly;. appreciated many 1 werepresentandaigooditimeiwashad W'I 'jYi /,, ;'
r w-Jl'--wfl'; WW''sw most necessary features in a all. Music and the'events
'
games were -'
HOTEL. MANHATTANG. '
hunting rifle. Success and safety f + of the evening. $ < RULL BASS.. MARKET*
-? Mrs G. B. Harvey and children were B. Poet Prop _
t el often hinge upon them in visiting friends on Boggy Creek Sunday Aero** from A. C. L. Station Fresh Meats of All Kinds I

IOluit Ip Iq l I big-gamo shooting. Winchester evening.A musical. was given at the home I 1 !ifi ." -' I,
rifles have these important of G.'. H. Lawson on Saturday night. H. C. COMPANY !Yi '
Mrs. G. B. Lawson, guitarist; W.; J. CLARK & MEIKLEJON
!IiIi
y 1, virtues to the fullest Barber, organist.. A fine time was Dry Good-Gothing'and Shoes,
." de-l had. Furnishing aid Notion t tHi \ Real Estate !si9t

i .- gree. Before you buy JI. ill' Things are being prepared' for a .:. ; ,, .... .,,; !Ii
This is bea
Christmas tree. sure to
gate thoroughly their merits 9. t'1 'success, and will be one of the . Sfi .
.. greatest events of the season. DUTTON-HARRIS CO.
""."Ir/lrl IVY AT YOUR DEALERS Union Cepter is always a delightand SHOES WATERS & CARSON GROCERY

t -' / ..i.. '''', ... 0 seen-by many visitors.beautiful. scenes may be !fi." 106 Broadway COMPANY I

J. K. Hilliard will begin putting up !Ii !Ii' ' -
his oranges next week.C. !Ii !fi-
H. Funk's packing house is 'in KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
full blast at this time.A. Everything for the Home: FRED M. BASS
f W. B. M k.inson CO. S. Nelson one of Kiasimmee'shustling J. E. Rash, Manager.ifi . I
real estate men, accompanied !I; Hudson. and Studebaker AotomobiUsifi
by..a party of homeseekers' were sightseeing .

Just Received New Shells, Leggings, G. B.here Lawson Tuesday was a business tran- H. M. BREAKER !ifi--:; . !Ii
of Kissimmee -
.. sactor Miss Lena Harvey was Tuesday.the guest of. !ifiifi I % Track Farms, Orange Grore aid City' ; NELSON REALTY COMPANY !Ii 4
Hunting Coats Oil Grease Etc. Miss Barber Property. 117>t B'
,Gladys Sunday. waJ" No. 9 Darlington Arena !Ii
!ifiifi -Sr'v ; !Ii
INCOUNTRY
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A ADVERTISING !ifi-
WEEKLIES F. 1L LAWSON ,
1 !Ifi '
Time was 'when the county news- Cash Store D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
WINCHEYJER paper was glad to get any old price ifiifi! M' 10 Broadway I
for advertising space. That day, .. .:f. AGENCY.
luckily for the publishers,'hat passed.It ". !Ii' ".
is now coming to be recognized that !Ifiifi .' ,p .

liD....... Ii the best possible medium for reaching .>; G. M., TAYLOR : .!Ii .
the is the ones time dospisod \
I .L PB TBR".. .IOADED. SHELLS country people weekly. This fact has broughtthe !Ifiifi ... Up-t -dah Cash Cr.cery -- HUNTER LAND CO. I
newspaper to.a realization of its Broadway and' Midland Real ,
; Won. The. Greatest. Of value to the advertiser, in other words, f' .' Estate -
A '
_
> the country paper thinks more of itself !Ii; *'
All Shooting Events than formerly, and having come Sfiifi ,' .. -S- Y .', ,$
2: to realize that it.is of value as an ad. W. B. MAKINSON CO. '
7 G. HANKINS !Ii
vertising medium, it began to come to > W.
These shells are' not expensive, yet their demand adequate returns for its space. !ifiifi Hardware, Cstiery, Boat Suppliesaad ; Machine L" !Ii
cP f, splendid shooting qualities were proved Come to think of it, a newspaper has ; Madaia...,.. Adding: and TypewritersDAMN'S .$
I- no source of income save advertisingspace _,
q
'.'" beyond contradiction by their winning; the and subscription. This latter !Ifiifi I -!ifi;--. -
-':, y- 1913 Grand Americana source of income is, at $19 year subscriptions :',
Handicap, the greatest of rather limited. The chief A. S. GILBERT[ DEPARTMENT STORE
source of income is that of space sold Dry Goods nothing Shoes .
all shooting events. Most of Ii. Far-Id.-p
5 Goods *Show asd NotiomtNa. t
to advertisers... To lieU space at an Dry, ,
/ ifi
the contestants used
y -' high priced 5 and lOc Store u''
i'
unprofitable rate is to journey down
: 45, Cor. Main( ... Park St
loads but WinchesterRepeater" "
the road to destruction. And the ,
shells outshot them all. To save money \ poorer the rate the speedier comes the !ififi; . 'Ui > _'! ;
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without sacrificing, your scores at the destruction. - ; '
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a ,." .., ''trap or, bags in the field,' .., The country weekly affords a good ifi : ,,"., 'KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .. ; J. W. PRENnS
medium at'a minimum .. '
advertising ; ' Plans, Organ, Talking MacUse
'C':
+ use Winchester "Repeater"shells !Ii and Retail ;
7 cost. "It does more: it''reaches' the Wholesale .. '
for ,they; are spot, for it' is limited in number of !ifi : Phone 21",,,, ,, Sewing Machine __ :z
\ HIGH IN QUA pages; it goes'to many homes, into !Ii" ..
LITYTJIOUGIIfit which other and-it is Y:; ,
INPRlo1., no paper goes !f; '
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read 'more for these'very,reasons. ifiifi ,
Within the next few years the coun ; MACH BROTHERS PIa... 113.: MUNGER LAND COMPANY !II '

try highly weekly' as an will advertising be adjudged medium.yet more, It !ifiJn ,Lrrery? F.ed 'aidjSfch' SUble.laaliat H' . : Onmga Cease,.Fla. ... ',

will come' .'fully into "its' own..-Union U"'IJ'I and Draybf ..... W. W. Boanty;'Reddest ManateeID
f. : i.mfL.! T' r : tk ti .. '.
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4 state. If,'we bad the good,time"some 'k-iii. .. ..,,, ,. ....
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I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER.21. 1913'V' v ,I : '

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VALLEY GAZETTE!
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Bronchitis' PRINTERS TO NOW been be in overlooked.one the of state the most The springs noted,attraction oughtto I'


Ttle visitors had 'splendid, opportunity
AsthmaBirch COME. INTO THEIR.RIGHTFUL of enjoying Marion county's .
or .
famous good roads. The material
used is a sort of powdered limestone, DO YOU WANTFruit :
OWN which under good weather conditions ; ,
Mountain Herb Tea is very..Jl&ti factory, but of course the; .
roads need continual attention, and at . .11
Has no Equal Nothing this particular time, on account of the r., . . .
long drouth, are extremely dusty. .. .
Just 'laS Good, OBJECT OF COST CONGRESS The; headquarters, of the board of : ' ..:, : '. Pasture
trade were always open for the accommodation ., ,' r
of th evisitors, 'and Secretary : 'i
Better than any readmade'medi- WILL ENDEAVOR TO FORM A Rooney was ever on hand to extend '
FarmingTrucking Grazing .
'cine. It b purer and guaranteedmore BRANCH OF UNITED TYPO. greetings and give the visitors , ., .
.
effective Information. Marion county has just .
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than
anything i TIIETAE TO WORK IN CONJUNCTION '
I . '
Issued a very attractive booklet entitled .
known to the medical profession. WITH STATE "Facts and Photos," and the ."-"'.- .;.... .. .-- Timber.. ,...:. .
Made at home in five minutes- PRESS ASSOCIATION.The reading matter arranged by Secretary .,.. '," ..- _.- .-': 'C-.-

even by a child. Purely vegetable Rooney and the photographs selected . .
and contain no alcohol, narcotics -- by him have been combined into a pub- I ., .
,Or If first cost congress ever held by lication that will be worth thousands : .
poison. you are a sufferer the printers of Florida came to an end of' dollars to that excellent farming LANDS a ,1' .

> form Asthma, in Ocala.Saturday afternoon, says the country. .. .

Bronchitis or intact St. Augustine Record. While' it is .'
true that the attendance was somewhat -

lung any stomach throat,, sacted disappointing nevertheless: a there great, was deal tran-of BAD INFLUENCE I Have Them for, 'Sale in Any Size Body

kidney or bind-: important business, and the ,founda- OVER OURSELVESAt
der trouble, get tion laid for a decided improvement in From Ten .Acres to One Hundred
yourself a can the condition of the printing industryin .. ,

of this state. a dinner given to one- of our '
Birch Mountain .5 , e
Herb An unexpected( and delightful' feature foremost writers a' few years ago in ;, Thousand Acres.
t Teaat
of the cost congress was the New York, the guest of honor rose .V. ,
)i ; once and if magnificent hospitality extended by to reply' to the series' of generous .. ,''f': A .Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring
,:: u'ir I you will start to the Ocala board of trade through its tributes which had been paid to him, a
it president, Dr. J. E Chase; and its exceptionally and said that he could not quite under-
taking
regularly, you wiD ben efficient and hard. working stand all the noble things that had ; Full Description and Terms of Sale.
feel iflife :
to as was worth living secretary, J. D. Rooney. been attributed to him, for he had long : /;> "
and in a very short time you will The staffs of the!two newspapers in been in the habit of ascribing his success *\ '.'; . "" '.
see a wonderful Ocala, the Daily Banner and the Dailv to the, good will and helpfulnessof : '. ,
condition. It is lust as effective in Star, undertook to'make things pleas the people who had been so cordial
severe cases: of,Catarrh. La Grippe ant for the visitors. The well known toward his efforts, and his failures ,D. G. McKAY -
and dearly beloved nestor of the Flor- and mistakes ho had been accustomedto .
Whooping Cough, Colds, Coughs ida press, Col. Frank E. Harris, FrankE. attribute to his own fault. -

and Night-Sweats.: Our guarantee Harris, Jr., and Mrs. C. 11. Lloyd Do we not, most of us, think of
goes with every can and if it does joined with Messrs.. Carroll, !:.eaveD- bad influences as proceeding mainly KISSIMMEE - FLORIDA
not benefit you, your druggist will good and Benjamin of the Star, and from outside-of us? So we considerthe ;
refund Mr. Taylor of. the TaylorPrinting possibility of auto Infection or ,
you your money.BIRCHMOUNTA1N Company, in extending courtesies to having' our own hearts pump !1
TEA CO. the printers and newspaper men. up influences and delusions
'Buffalo, N. Y. U.S.A. Thursday night the preliminarieswere which proceed wholly from within
disposed of at a meeting held in and are created there T James noted cannot read their own local paper. uh
Sold by Kisslrnmee Drug Co. Xltslmmee the court house, at which Secretary this tendency to lay our troubles at The poorest paper is worth your studyIf I
Rooney presided. lion. Edwin Spencer the door of someone else, and even it be the recognized medium of communication .

. Floreor- Jr., a member of the State Legislature to attribute our temptations to God in your neighborhood, and THE H. G. SIEVER
-- : represented, Mayor Robinson, himself, as he said "Let no man say the best paper published cannot take
1 and Dr. Chase the board of trade. when I am tempted, I am tempted of Its place in your home. You need not
Col.! Harris extended a welcome on God, but each man is tempted when read ,it all but you should see that you :
behalf of the local press. The reaponsep he is drawn away by his own lust and get out of it all that is intended for REALTY COMPANY
enticed." It is quite possible for us and will certainly find something -
Citrus andOrnamental were made by Arthur W. Dennis you you ,
president or the Jacksonville j to be tempted by out own minds more there.-Flotence, Times. NOT IN THE TRUST ------ (

Trees Printers' Organization; Barry .Jf- seriously than by other people. The .10,000 acre Stock Fara. ., a barfain if takea at race, t;)
and R. early hermits who betook themselvesto If mantles be- into *
Brown of St. Augustine new gas' dipped
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could $5.00 per acre. -: :- : -: -: -:- r
Storrs, of De Funiak Springs.Friday 'W'I, the deserts where no one vinegar and hung up to dry before beIng -
::;== ; was devoted to the real : cross their paths and no one could placed upon the gas fixtures they Prairie Land, Orange Groves, high Hammock Lands, Timber. Lai U. ,p .
Shrubs and Flowers : suggest any sin, suffered more tortures will brilliant light and
Hedge give a more .
I
the the cost system
ness of congress lecture, and chartsiby of temptation, than men' who last longer.IF Lands at M Price and en Easy Terms. 4
being explained by I back in the world. The whole Stock Rand wry kalf
stayed 2,000
11. W. ,Klagg, of Chicago, assistant acre change ram* ;
dollars experiment turned out a failure and I other real .. ..,
Twenty.five expended on secretary of the United Typothetae off I they had to forsake it TCtTtt CHILD IS CROSS, for estate : -,- -: -:< : SFr
ornamental trees and shrubs will America. There was a great deal of
enthusiasm over the development of a An idea, an image; a suggestion, a FEVERISH CONSTIPATEDLook Groves all sizes and
enhance the value of a small lot Orange prices
arise our hearts whenwe
method whereby members of the craft! grudge, may in I(Ii
one hundred! dollars in the space are enabled to ascertain the actual are quite alone. We nurse it and

of twelve months. Come, let us cost of production. Several of the I develop it until our whole being is Mothert If tongue Is eoated KISSIMMEE FLORIDA r
consult together-help beautify our larger establishments in the state )aflame with resentment or desire and cleanse little bowels' with "Calt-' i IL. i f
installed the standard yet no one has come near or spoken .
city and add to our property values. have already' fornla' Syrup of Flos. I .
II influence in
cost system; through the agency of to us, or not put any our i
the United Typothetae of America and! way. Healthy-minded people wake I -
H Edmund Swabey, Agt the Ocala meeting was'caUed for the j up to the reality of all this sort of thing Mother. MB rest easy after 4vbic 'I WILL ORANGE GROWING PAY year and nearly' as much last year.,
it
purpose of devising ways and means and just brush away as something "California of because in I $15,000 for a of means
I has from the Syrup ire Fifteen years ago Jim Perkins, as crop oranges
which
Residence 9 Orlando Ave.P. for the extension of that work among I proceeded brains and a few hours all the clogged-up waste, he was familiarly called, now Judgeof I $1,260 per month or about $N per
O. B. 625 the printers throughout the state. To | wrong use of their own bile and food I, day net PeLand Record.
I of sour fermenting gently the Seventh Judicial Corcuit .of' ?;
that end it was decided to effect an' can be destroyed by the right use moves out of the bowels, and you have j Florida, was a poor boy. He startedin .
organization to co-operate with the I them. There comes to us some suggestion well child again. e TAX NOTICE. ,
statJ a playful the orange growing business witha
which in wholesome '
__ -q- -- Florida Press Association, and with probably the-I. of mind .would die out a in a short time, SIck children needn't'' be coaxed: to small grove from year to year add- The, Tax Books of Osceola Countywill
r. to eventually merge "
take this harmless ,"fruit laxative. 100 in Last he
acres bearing.
year be for collection of taxes
meantime but in a bad condition we incubate it open on
In the ,
parent organization. Millions of mothers keep It handy because the until he has
J. ,'\T. 'Thompson and until the next meeting of the and brood over it until the thing influences they know Its action on the fng sold to the crop acreage of fruit from today these 100 November first. I am now ready to
press association at Fort Myers, next and dominates our action. We stomach, liver' and bowels Is prompt acres for $20,000.. Wednesday night furnish estimates. A discountof 2% d
FUNERAL DIRECTOR spring, the introducing of the cost create an atmosphere look around our it and.sure. he sold the present crop to a Chicago will be allowed on all taxes during the
of what it selves, and then, as we through ,
will be in the hands .
system Ask BO-cent bottle
for
.'. your druggist a fruit house for $22,000. The judge month November. .
discolored by i it- of ,
has been decided to name the Florida we see everybody '
of 'California Syrup of Figs. which tells that the of the .
Printers' Cost Association. The following The world, we think, is against us. contains>> directions for babies, children him us the present expenses year were $7,000.grovesto All licenses are now due and must be

t' officers were elected: But most times the people around us of flfll I ages and for grown-ups. So here is $15,000 the judge cleans paid promptly. ,. '
J" r'j t LICENSED,, ZMBALMER, I president.Harry! L.. Brown, St.',,' Augustine, are The not cheerful giving SidneySmith us any' thought used at to all.be -Adv, from the orange growing business this C. L. BANDY, Tax: Collector.

Arthur W. Dennis, Jacksonvcille, afflicted with shyness- and self-con _ n_____ _ _____, __. .Y
vice-president: sciousness the presence,, of others.
Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.IC88D1MEB. . J. \V. Clark, Jacksonville; ,.secretary. Itseemed as if everybody's eyes were .
Hewitt Hill, Tampa, treasurer. upon him and as if they were think= .
FLORIDA. Executive Committee-W. B. Har ing of him every minute, but he discovered
'Kissimmee; C, W. Johnson; Do- that people were not payinghim
Land; R. U. Carroll, Ocala; T. J. Ap- a tenth of the attention he supposed -
Tallahassee; J. M. Burrow, ,. and after that he was quite !
Fleyard' ; C. J. Watts, Jacksonville; free and blithe. If we are very self-
D. H. Conjcling, West Palm Beach. conscious, people almost have to lookat
:; :
.ri Friday night those attending the us and observe us. GOOD HARDWARE :; ,'.: : ,
QRAYSTONE congress were the guests of the Ocala 'The inside influences are stronger .
board of trade at a delightful l banquetat than the outside. We exaggerate '
the Harrington Hall Hotel. Secretary the strength of outside temptation. I .
Ins til THE TEAS J. D. Rooney acted as toastmaster In his stout, plain, manful epistle, : '
1 New and .cond-h';nd automoMlrm 1 and carried off the .honors in his James is not going to lay to the other ::
for pale. from $roe toT usually happy manner. The banquetwas men something with which they had , .
J.noo, at Ur y.tone Harnwo served in elegant style, and quite nothing to do. The sincere soul can- . p''
4 .. Liataar.I. in keeping with the high standard pre- not and will not represent himself aa . 1 1ri
.. T1IUIIII .. Rip 1 D. rDITEI. p.II vailing at the lIarrington Hall. This a good innocent, helpless person ..' .,''' .. ,' :
*+++++++ hotel the official headquarters of wishing nothing so much as to be 'J ..
++ +i+++++++++++++ was p. ; ".
the printers, and it is certainly entled right, but pounced upon unawares by : : ,'
to be ranked as one of the best hotelsto evil influences. which are too much
be found anywhere in the South. for him. There are masses of people
C. F. ThrasherSHEET Manager Gibson, of the Harrington who live where the outward environ-
Hall, was tireless in his efforts to pro ment is too.much for them. So longas ,
METAL WORKER vide for the comfort of his guests. it continues what it is we cannot
Specialty.P. Saturday morning Col. Frank Harris hope for the highest life, but there are 9' .
-- Steel Ceilings a engineered automobile trip for other masses where nearly everything

the visitors, who'were taken to several in the way of outward temptation, i i. ,
O. Box 696 Kissimmee, Fla. points of interest in and about removed, and yet with that gone and
Ocala. May of the fine homes that at a distance the heart still rises of -- .
are tp be found in the "Brick City" Itself and goes after it.
: Sanitation and were passed .and of course the many The fight with temptation will be a The hardware is but a small item in the It
For. all Purposes miles of well paved streets caused gen- losing one until we are shrewd and ..
Cleanliness UseC'ARBO'LA eral admiration. Ocala's new city hos- clear enough to know that the severest whole cost of a building, but there's 'a whole "
pital was visited and it was found tobe temptations will ever come from with
one of the best institutions of its in. The devil is well disposed toward lot of difference between buying the best #cf
kind in 'Florida. It is admirably lo- letting us think that it conies mainly ?
cated on a high hill at an elevation of from the outside. We ourselves and builders' hardware for home and
about 160 feet overlooking a wide expanse ' not other men, are' the moAt formidable your some '
of beautiful farming country. influences with which we have .
A Liquid Disinfectant, Deodorizer,- One of the prettiest places anywherein to cope.-Pa. School Journal. cheaper kind. .
AntleepUc Insecticide the vicinity of Ocala is the |country .
Germicide, and Cleanser.; club, and this was also visited. The . READ YOUR ROME PAPER .* "The difference in cost between good and -bad 'v',#: :!
attractive the
grounds are especially No man or woman who pretends at
'
1 Gallon _____..____.._________ $1.50 golf course extending through a magnificent all to be alive should ever admit that locks, for instance, is very small, but,there's :'if y"

I 6 Gallon, ______________1______ 6'25 park" that is extremely* beautiful sectional they do not paper read, no their,matter own what local else or a greats-difference in satisfaction' Cheap V : ,. : .,,/otf'' ,

ALBERT E. BARRS The visitors were then taken to the they may or may not read.. You may goods are a continual source of worry and : ;,; "': ))1.
. :;' Florida Marion county convict farm, which Uke-note for awhile and you will see
Jacksonville
probably has no superior anywhere in 'that the man or woman in a communIty annoyance, and it will pay you when figuring ;
the South. Hundreds of acres are who does not read the local paper :
under cultivation. The barns-are filled is at a loss often in matters that most on that home, to come here and get the .
this year's and the stock concern their interests. The is
with crops paper best. .We prepared .to furnish the
are
found to be the natural and "'" .
PIANO that were inspected were proper means of communication ,. '
EXPERT the very best of their kind. There is between people In '8 com .' .. .. very best in builders' hardware. at prices f IJ tI
a splendid herd of Jersey cattle and it munity and one might as well be a \ ,
would be hard V find finer hogs any- deaf mute at a singing school as in a J /1'' that. you will find satisfactory. '
TUNINGSpecial where. The poultry industry is not community where a paper is published .
neglected either, and the whole farmis 'and not read.: Often not a day passes ;w .;, r :
attention to all makes of a model of efficient management.That ,but. what'there is something in the ,. .: OSCEOIA "ARDW AR CO.o'
instruments delightful resort SilverSprings paper of especial interest to each citi- 4.. .
tuning $3.00, for next only six miles from -Ocala. ten, certainly there is 'something In
Charge for proved one of tthe. most pleasant andmpst course of a month and it never fail KISSIMMEE "The Favorite Store"FLORIDA
80 days. interesting spots visited. The tha.t in 'fear' the paper ,will save ,.
Out of town orders solicited. springs are wonderful and extremely more than, It cost to every reader1 of .i r S. S r' p- ".

R D. FAIBMAN beautiful., They would be stonnprebeautiful it. There is 'nothing but pity for the ". 4 t' '.. '<, .. ....'.(
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Pbo 203 Box 197 were the surroundings im-Iproved. man or woman who says that they are 1'S A. -lit ., .
Kissimmee, Fla. Ocala has a valuable asset in too busy to read the paper, or who ;9

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PAGE 10... 'THE KISSIMM'EE: 'GAZETTE FRIDAY.- NOVEMBER 21, 111,

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j Rex Is aft''much in favor of a drainage 1 service in the Christian church, where I I.I.iSit; C. L. HYATT '
0000004000400000004 II Cobb's Mainland i law as are, the originators of that 'I convention was held. Rev. R. W. Ed- Physician and' .i"'

; scheme,- but the present existing law.'.11 1L'Narcoossee 11 11c. wards, fromJacksonville, state Presbyterian SurgeonPhones .. 'q

LEWIS O'BRYAN does not appear to meet the. require- missionary, preached a helpful _. \ '
merits of the situation. <
ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING We have not Mo on the ocean wave, sermon. with the theme "Saved to Office, 19T Kissimmee 1
The .
question as to who'eat the goat S. Snyder and son, who arrived Serve." Florida

"that we enjoy sometimes It on a becomes turbulent quite little'bois lake ]I its the Important one on the headland, from' Cincinnati recently, have movedon Sunday afternoon Mr. Ricketta:jofSt. .,Re.. ...248 .. .. '" i .. /
which if not answered ere long may his property which he purchased Cloud opened .the, session in'Ii -
IN terous, and dashes upon the shore cause a reward to be offered for the from Mrs;: M. J. Johnson. praise service, after which the Christian ;: J.W SIMP86N' :
the of mermetlc :1-1
with all power a sea. j ( ,
ABSTRACT It's comparatively quiet at present, guilty party. REX Charles Mentsdoca has moved from church juniors had .a nice meeting { )jK.:. .. ,
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and the Patriarch is on a business trip / the Snyder grove to his new home. Reports were heard from societies f>ENTIHT',1< '"
!I The much needed repairs have been and the. state superintendent, {,
the boys are striking )
AND to your with city; that notifies the made to. the depot here. Miss Wyandt, sent 'a message. The' upstairs| lo'l Ka<.* Building. .i i'iMe'1at \
the lake a ::11 JI Apopka Items II IIMis" .
WORK finny tribe that heir enemy ia at ] Divine services were held in St. service closed by an enjoyable talk.to t 9 a. m.3 12 ia. .

,-' 'TITLE" .... .. .. '..' hand. : '.._ Peter's' Episcopal church; Rev. Wm. young: and old, by Mr. Fagg'on .) HOUKS: f i 1:30: : P. nTnlenhtroe : ; ,,.
6. lirr.
< Ball officiated.I' I habit making and breaking. I'l714 Jun
8TATR BANK BLDG. On appearing at the supper table :;' E. W.; tahgenbackof'Oriando I The First Baptist church Of Nar- I. Sunday, evening the-next Sunday'' .. f
last night' Retr found on his plate a was the guest last Sunday of her son, ', --- _:"- '' :'.
coossee will hold services in the schoolhouse prayer .meeting topic, "Discontent or I-'w. :CARSON" "
* *040000.04000044THE trout' that must have been to the balance -I Capt. L. O. White, the popular ton-: \ 'next Sunday. Sunday school at Praise" was used, with. State Vice- ] ) W r .--1
of that family what the Levia ductor of the A. C. L. 'Ry., between
Harrison '
,10 President S. of Winter
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a. m., preaching at a. m. and 2 DENTISt
than that swallowed, Jonah was to the this city and Kissimmee., !j p. m., song service at 7 p,.m. j Park, leader, Mr1. Fagg and Mr. Dalee -- .
OO OHOOe-+ Ordinary whale. It'was fat, that trout I W.' L. Powell, the concrete man, has The new disk' plow for clearing the led the closing consecration parts,'and Office over Cole's Jewelry Store :
was. We did it ample justice, and returned from a visit to the east coast ,roads' and other lands of the Nar- 'Rev Haskett installed the following ,
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then measured off the proverbial mile and is again on the at his plant :,! Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5
officers most of whom
Job I coos ee Land Co has arrived and is are newt I
before retiring.. Breakfast was a here where he is to receive :. Office phone ]168 -4
rea
I orders ,doing good work under the. skillful Pres., Mr. Philip Dale; vice-pres., Residence. 23 <
ManhattanHotel repetition of the previous night's repast foanythlng in the concrete line''' ,
handling] of Charles Moore, who has Mr. Nelson of Kissimmee; secretary, t
and plenty left' for dinner shouldwe j I i !and his work is of the very best qual-i been employed bytbe Narcoossee Mrs James Moughton, Sanford; trcas.; Can administered for extraction. .of.r.'DR. .-teeth- ' 6

wish them. ity.Robert Farm and Townsite Co. Miss Gill, of St. Cloud; junior supt., ;
---- .- The evening's fishing within a quar I Farris, representing Perkins J. C. Tison made a business' trip to I Mrs. May Denning, Winter Park; .. It. S. GEIGER '
: Attention to ter of a. mile of home for the last & Sharp of Tampa, was in our midst I, Kissimmee Monday. Mr. Tyson has 'tenth legion !supt., Mrs. II. Iserman, iMivoiriAif AND> 11IROIlO. <
Special week amo'mted to '$246.32 sold, and last week' mingling with his cus-' ,a large orange grove here. Monroe and Quiet Hour supt., Mrs. Citizens Bank Building
: the Traveling' Public my impression is'that least fifty, dollars -. tomers. v I i I The Narcoossee Farm and Town. :Maud funk, Kissimmee. The citizenship Kissimmee, Florida" .I.
_---- worth were eaten at home. The J. S. Rackley, has moved into his 'site, Co., has placed a large sign on superintendent is Mr: Ronald \
; Just acrossTThe square fromA. best are selected for home use and new'residence just completed near the,' their, office in the new townsite. I jMuirhead, Sanford Next convention. Phones: Office 297 or ,64 .;'

C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE the balance are put on the market. Seaboard. depot.: II.- E. Paige made a business.trip to ''is in Sanford. The district name is. Residence, 265. .14-: yr ,
FLA. Captain Tink has, charge of the business A. C. Starbird, manager of the Consumers St. Cloud Tuesday I changed to South Ce itral.. The outlook
I during the Patriarch's absence, Veneer' Co., has' purchased a I A peanut party was- held at J." C. is fine. :I

K**N****oHO*,<+' 0""O'tO # and as the John business and Racie, and their both aid understand de:: new:Mr.Cadillac Green elark automobile.celebrated his 78th i was Tyson's.reported.Mr. Saturday. night. A fine time j Interlachen, N9V.Grace 17 A., 1913.Townsond. 'I t l' M. RIVEUS, M. P. .' I

camp (Hall) has been led into the! birthday anniversary on October 11 and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr and P. SURGEON "
and .
********..OOOOf.'TILLER ** mysteries of the seine and cleaning i by inviting in a few friends and hissestimable A. Vans Agnew of'"Kissimmee, who 'I PHYSICIAN -
fi fish, the captain has a trio of able: assistants ' wife'' had prepared' a most own large' orange groves here madean I'CfNTENNiAL.SI A If Ot1lCI!.!>yer Osceola Pharmacy ?B

M/ :| and as for the preparing for I I I elegant supper which was greatly enjoyed auto, trip here Saturday. ., t llesldeofe 53 .
/ the table( ,, our splendid cook is as I by all. After spending"the evening Hon. A.; E. Donegan of Kissimmee I SENDS .. PHONES: r Once U8 "
thoroughly qualifiedaa the highest I in a pleasant social way, the; MEMORIAL
Real Agency. I made an auto trip here Sunday .and
Estate cuisine in this or any other country.So guests took their departure wishing while here called on F. W. Hill.C. -
.. see, Mr. Editor, that while life their host the happy return of many W. I
m..%....*%..m%.mmmw.mtt.mmm % mi you Bruns has stopped shipping : '
on the ocean wave may ber all that the I I' more birthday anniversaries.Mrs. oranges for a time until prices ad BEAUTIFUL SPECIMEN' OI COLO- W':L. WINN '
Realty bought and sold. song tells about. life on, the lake is E. Lee Smith of this city, who vance. | .
Houses rented. something to be sought after as well. has.held the position of, superintendentof C. E. Denig's new home is nearly I nAt MARBLE: PLACED IN PHYSICIAN .

Taxes paid and Titles ver- Mr. Ed Fuell has been cow-hunting Union the Wekiwa'Woman's submitted' the Missionary I completed.. I WASIIINGTON, MONUMENTAT I Office 2nd Floor Willson Building .
following
ified for nonresidents.Fire on during Friday the first last part started or this for week your, city and port at the annual meeting held re'l 1 NATIONAL CAPITAL RUIDKNCB: PRO;?.*33 Ktmmtimmm.OrncBProNBV FLUawa. ;.

Life and Accident In- with a fine bunch for market. Mrs. t Tavares on October 29, of. work

surance. Fuell went with them, making the tripin I during the past year: II Orange Center II)
the Number of societies organized 15; Masons have just finished setting r. A.. VANS AONEW w. ..cmAw rouAGNEW > ,
Indemnity Bonds. her buggy. It has been custom
hitherto for Mr. Fuell to cross number membership 'enrolled, 200; Colorado's & CRAWFORDAT1CRNEKSATLAW 'i
number B. Y. P. U, organized, 1; number VANS .
drive the
Rosalie and
the river near Mr. Gazette .
Baraca class organized, 1 number : memory of the first president. It is
cattle to Lakeland or some other shipping I ; We going to have fish. .
Philathca class are a big a beautiful specimen of the Colorado
organized 1 number
tk ; ,
point in Lake county. The rea- fry and basket dinner ; L
here Saturday
next
New Yule -paarble, the same material which
Testament 'clubs
organized: 23 Sk
; Offlrm
for this change is unknown to the If
son I number membership of clubs about you want to come out, has been Selected for the two million
S.n.BULLOCKa writer. 400; number letters and cards written come on. We will find enough for you dollar Lincoln memorial to be placed Kissimmee Florida I

Weather conditions continue, some 252' number visits made 424; number to eat. and as for something drink, on the bank of the Potomac just west
a what peculiar for Florida-cloudy { leaflets distributed, 191;, number pub why there i is all of several lakes of the.monument.:
ESTATE without rain, the wind generally lic meetings held, 11; number miles I around here. We are going to talk I This marble comes from within the D. /GEIGER.

........................ sweeping around to the north. A traveled, 1502. about good roads, fencing the cemetery -,I i Sopris national forest, which furnishes 1:1. I
light frost was discovered Wednesday Mrs. Smith resigned the position and planting watermelons, and |I a large part of the timber used m the
.JNSURANCEExaminatlon morning, but not heavy enough to injure as superintendent of the Woman's'I anything else that may come up. We quarrying operations. The mainUnI ATTORN EYATLA.
growing crops. Rain is needed, I Missionary Union at the meeting but shall not stop at talk however, for we Lance'I I I, of timber supplies for this and Bank .
Titles but as the dry spell :does not impedethe I will continue fit the head of. the.New have the kind of people who do things, ,for other quarries and mines is, according Office State Building '
of Kissimmee.
a force of our flowing well, we are Testament; club work, which she begunin but of .course the talk comes first. j' forestry officials, an important Fiend
not injured to any extent and when we I 1902 while in Kentucky. Orange Center hunters are getting' part of their work.' It will always -

Specialty. think where the wind comes from, and At the 'Board of Trade meeting l last ready to go after big game ''at the be their aim, they Ray,' to main- E0. F. PARKER
how it must be modified before it Thursday night a committee of three opening of the game season. Several I tain a supply of timber for this local 'H G

Corresoondence Solicited. reaches us, we can look with tender composed ot II,'11. Withermgton, press Orange Centerers took in their demand as an aid in the development i' Attorney-at-Law.

. ,, . compassion on those of our northern ident of the American Realty Co., of three dollars for state license this t lof one of Colorado's great resources,
- ," friends who are compelled to bearits Apopka; Rev. T. M. Cyars, editor of 'week. of which Governor Ammons, who Collections and Conveyancing
full weight. the Apopka News, and A. J. Walker, 'I I). Ri Evans, .of. Manhattan, Kans.. i i came to Washington to arrange for Specialties.l
Mrs. Cobb continues to furnish Rex I manager of the Apopka Telephone was here a. few days ago looking at, the placing of the stone, is very proud.
GRIFFIN with his before breakfast dram (lemonade -I Co., were appointed to consult with his father's land. He is delightedwith I The stone itself will present a rectangular II Broadway. .
c. W. ) and we must certainly give I the railway officials with a view to I Florida. '!I' face 2 by 4 feet upon which
that good lady the credit for fixing it i securing better service for Apopka W. C. and.C. L. Buckner are new ar- the name"and seal of the state are /i
F. KRIBBJJ
Staple and up in a way that the most fastidious over the A. C. L. system by having the rivals to our town. They expect toi|j inscribed together with the year In. ;'
) ,FancyGROCERIES I' improve their land at once. which the state admitted. It
lover of lemon juice could not find Sanford and Trilby train pull in via was is
AT'LAw
fault ,with, and it certainly does ap I I Apopka on its daily trips, and also Dr. Carson and Mr. Dutton paid j Jon the 290-foot landing !inside the ATTORNEY -- ---- KISSIMMEE- FLA.
to me that our fresh Florida to have either'a "y' or a turji table Orange Center a visit last Sunday.Mr. monument in the 'middle of the cast I<:Examination of Titles a Special
; : lemon has a flavor far superior to, established here on which the engineof Dutton took a fine bird' dog pre- '!wall and is thus one of the highest of Notification and of taxes of
those imported from other countries, I the Midland division running between viously purchased of Mr. lIarney. i the many tributes which line the lower payment
non-residents
careful
although there appears to. be an unreasonable ,,, Apopka 'and Kissimmee can 'be Mr. Cassidy has his house in Sec. ]]part of the historic obelisk. It is now attention., given
prejudice against them, turned and thus prevent it from being 23 nearly ready for occupancy.A. 'i|draped from the gaze of the public
Q .. Free Delivery to alt Parts and the only reason that can be ascribed forced to back out from this point as O. Smith of Sec. 26 was a guestof awaiting the date,to be Bet by Senator '
; the Pines Tuesday night. Shafroth for the simple unveiling Pat Josnston 'G. Garrett
for this is that theyjare grown .is now the case. .
Of.the City: at home-just 'as in Georgia, where Work la progressing nicely 'on the ceremonies. rOHNSTON & GARRETTe

44 the Florida cane syrup is 'superior.to new Central Hotel whlchs':.. being THE,C.'E. CONVENTION ., ,I Attorneys at Law'\'. ',' h,

home made while many of our Florida erected by M. -. . .- people prefer the Georgia syrup. If city, and it is hoped it will be com "H met November 14-16, and'was one wHAm: STOPS FALLING Citizens Bank Dldg.
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our people would be more content with pleted and ready for occupancy by the of the best .
'' What is the difference between sheep I ever held in the district, Kissimmee ."" .. '
in pasture and in our shop home products we would be a much first of the yew anyway. and probably one of the best for many. Save your Hair! Get a 25 cent, bottleof Florida. .
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Br more contented people. Our fruit growers are very busy years in the entire state'union.. DancUNoa.right now-Also
Mrs. Seaver enjoys her usual health i these days picking and packing oranges The program had for its topics for stopa Itching scalp. Louis c.MAIHKV T. HCTUH WAMlW
during the cold weather. Her chair and grapefruit which is bring various sessions those of Christian ,I! I Late Couruol for Judo of U.
by the fire has been strictly dedicatedto ing very satisfactory prices. Endeavor prayer' meetings of this. Florid.K. K. Comra. Criminal Cart

her own use and enjoyment, and II. II. Witherington made a business year; this was a good plan, and another .Thin, brittle colorless and scraggy I MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS
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the family vie with each other to con trip to Sanford.Friday returning home good if not so novel was that of, hair I.'mute evidence' of a neglected
tribute to her every comfort. The Saturday. having the greetings read from the scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf. AND COUNSELLOS'
'f old lady appears perfectly satisfied B. F. Wilson and wife were in Orlando state officers come in the division of I There is nothing so destructive to AT LAW ;

with her present surroundings and hasa last week where Mrs. Wilson work of which they each lead instead' the hair a* dandruff. It robs the 'hair Practice In all tb. CourU of th",But ...* .<
good appetite, which is an important went to take treatment for some affection of altogether as is usually done-"In the I I of its lustre, Its strength and Its very rod the United SUtM.and.1_the before the Florida' B...
of her She is improved life; eventually producing a feverishness Commlulon Intmtat _
household item. ears. greatly opening session of our conventions. CnmmUalon.a1 '
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fishermen at this writing. The district president, Mr. Fred. and Itching of the scalp, which CHAKI.EXTOK BLDO. MMMiTTfl '
The on the lakes and river FLA.
Prof. McKinnon of Orlando If not remedied causes the hair rootsto ORLANDO
preached McGuire, of Ocoee, could not be present I ft
to be doing a good business.
appear last shrink, loosen and die-then the
'at the
Sunday Presbyterian of the
on account recent death of
The lake is so low in places that it I
I ,', ..- can be forded. 'This is unusual at this church in this place to a large and his father. A message of sympathywas hair fall out fast, A little Danderine ANDREW JOHNSON ,

a1 '. ....... season of the- but as navigation appreciative .audience. signed Jby delegates and sent Mr. tonlgbt-novY-any time -will surely
-' 1--' : I -. continues it can.year not be as low as it A party of young men composed of McGuire. .Mr. Philip Dale, of Winter ave your hat,. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT L i w
.. Get a 25 cent bottle of KnowEon'aDanderine
Messrs. W. Whitney Wright, G. W. Park took the chair Will
has been in past as acting Practice in all CourU
years. Burden, Edward A Miner, II. G. Mar dent and did its duties in his always from any drug store. You' State and Federal
Just the namel Cattle appear to be holding their tin and A. R. Arrington. all of Orlando efficient manner. The ,secretary, J. surely can have beautiful hair and lots Office
), own, and unless the winter season passed through here Sunday II. Cellar of Sanford was on hand and of It If you will just try a llttlef Dan- CitIzen.adjoining Bank Broadway .
should be an uncommonly severe one morning on motor cycles bound for at his part of convention business. derlae. Save your. htflrl Try Ill! Kissunraei

no considerable loss is anticipated. Eustis; from there they returned via Christian co-operation was the topic -Adv,
I
Hogs are likewise In good condition. Apopka and Ocoee, and on to Orlando. for the lesion Friday evening, and the I MURRY S. KING '.

Its "Sheep" 'on the These hardy little porkers are luxuriating The two first named were riding an fellowship song service was led by St. I ADAM DAMM COMES! BACK ARCHITECT
range the is
on mast, which plentiful "Indian" with companion seat attached Cloud'workers "of the Christian and,
enough to, furnish them with abund which makes ideal to I Orlando. FlorMe
And on the Hill tops an < way P.resbyterian societies. Greetings were' After a 40-year absence Adam '
travel. The trip from Orlando to given Room 16
ance.Game for Dr. Clark, Mr. Lehmann and
I ""Sheep, in the pasturesBut is abundant, and our rifle and Apopka was made in less than one the Feild Workers' Internationalunion. Damm, Sr, a :wealthy retired restaurant Watklns mock .. '

here its 'Mutlontops' shot gun brigade will soon be in the hour. Rev.:, C. E. Enlow, the splendid man of Sacramento. Cal., has returned 40Sipp.
field after venison and turkey. Apopka 'Is rejoicing) over the resultof Congregational pastor in Winter to New York' to rescue' his .
't Cold weather has set the tomato the recent-bond election which
i gave Park gave a helpful address, "The
crop back a little, but nothing serious: such a decisive maJorityfor brick Open Door." family name from any blight cast upon II. JENKINS _
;, .If,t you should call for ."Sheep Beans are in splendid shape, the frost roads and we are now anxiously! Saturday morning was largely devoted it by the competitive fame of the y \

I Chops". be to not being heavy enough to stop the awaiting the time when the brick to business and theme for the newly-risen Hell family of Pennsylvania SURVEYOR .
t we would, apt growth of this hardy crop. Irish potatoes roads will Le built as it will give to sessjon was Christian Zeal. Some, which is now advancing claims
' smile. Ask for Mutton Chops are likewise doing well.. Mrs. Apopka one full mile of brick streets.J. splendid reports were heard and the
for
Cobb found under one hill several of F. Briggs has the lumber on the district has the record of gaining four superior public attention. Fraternity Hall Kiuimmee, n.
you will find them nice for. a them almost large enough for the ground preparatory to erecting a two- new societies, two. in Sanford, and Forty-three years'ago Adam Damm
kitchen. Limes, lemons and ,oranges story house on Second street. Monroe and Oviedo, since the convention .left behind Him eight brothers and _.
: changeJRULLBASS.;, are doing all that could be expectedof Apopka extending the glad hand last, November'In Ocoee. Rev. sisters in Germany. Since tha time toOOOOOtO.OOOOO.O.O.
them. The latter are being rapidly .
of welcome to her winter residents Enlow led a dlscusslon"Advance '
'colored, juicy and sweet, and a goodcrop' who have about all returned here now Steps in Increase and 'Efficiency for he has not seen any ef his relatives.Mr. Y'I,
is on the trees. Sweet potatoes I Damns declared that his Dann: &
for the winter and also to the tourists Our District. A conference on prac family Dann
and cane are not raised to any great: and newcomers who come this way tical work was conducted by Mrs. II. is long lived and that lIe has, Damm
i :/ MARKET extent on this headland. They are I for the first time and' try to make. Iserman of Monroe. This proved so relatives who from
are 90 to 107 Grocery '
part of the garden, and like I yearsof Company
product, I them feel glad they came. There has interesting it was continued to the .
J I all else planted in that famous spot, been much greater effort than ever afternoon session. age.-Exchange. .. -101 '
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.,ORDIA. .BASS Manager are in the very best possible condition.I before made for'thf\ comfort and ac .aturday afternoon missionary work Broadway-
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.. -/i J.... Our Democratic rooster is not in the commodation of our tourists and from was brought forward! and Mr. MarcusC. A man wants a vacation every
*<9 best of humor. His minnow and tad. the letters being received here by our .. Fagg--superintendent of the State summer
poje plantation is not in good.shape. I people from friends in the North the Children Ilome. made a splendid because he came home half dead Operates the Clearest Store .

'' .Oi04000000 400000000 He had an idea that the success of I indications. are that this winter will heart-talk. Echoes.,. of the International from the one he had the previous and Sell the Freshest Groceries ..
ttI his party included all other good, far exceed any former year for tour. convention In Los-Angeles were summer. of Any Home in K" ,
things in this life;'and he proposes at: lets in Apopka. Come along, we are given in this session by the-state sec The 1913 brides wouldn't feel : .snnmee.
the next fowl congress to forbid the ready to welcome you into our midst. retary. ,Rev. J. D. Wyandt, whoxhad so superior
tSprj: gg Fleming females of his breed from furnishing :,,If it is .fishing that you are looking been of much,; service in convention If.they would take a good look ...ooooooo..too.o... .

," ,,, change eating purposes until a for just stop off at 'Apopka and let 'had to 'leave and ,made his :farewellexhortation et the....., 1910. (. models.. *
is made in present conditions. some of our citizens wbo are familiar I in this meeting hour.. _
t CLEANING Captain Johnson continues his trips with the fishIng grounds, you out Temperance was the leading thought 'PUBLIC-
tFi PRESSING up and down the river. He has overJ on Lake 'Apopka for a day' sport on Saturday evening Rev. Haskett, NOTICE-TOJTHE R. F. PARKER .
,'. come the,obstacles at the mouth of with the 'finny tribe and you will have Presbyterian pastor In St--Cloud, talked Beginning,Decemb.Qst,1918, the '.

DYEING "4, the canals:: by the use of a paddle attached something to remember as a pleasurefor ,jttf "News :from, the ,Temperance scale of wages of carpenters in Kis- '
R to the' barge which removes the remainder of your life. .Surely War that has Cheered ..:Me.Mr.. simmee will be 40 MRta hone uTAILQR tK
REPAIRING the sand long enough to allow him there is no finer sport than to hook Fagg: opened a discussion on "What per and ,
f ,i to_pass through., one of. those.tine black bass about 15 Stronghold of the Enemy Our Societies for carpenters 'apprentices 30 cents .
Lean word .t mybou.e a.d eJ ua.. We fully appreciate the''efforts Jbs. size and let him plunge about in Can Attack." per, hour.; :. 11 Dirliagtoa AYe. >
,* .will be etlJed tor and returned. made by the editor of the Valley Gazette the crystal waters as he attempts to There was a good Quiet Hour meeting By order of the'Carpenters and Joiners v i.
to better your city andour free himself from the hook. Just such .. early Sunday morning with Mr. -
9tislactfon Guaranteed ,,Union No. .
e 159.J.
, county. and we sincerely11 hope that sport as that can' be' had any day Ronald Mulrhead: ,of Sanford as lead. "

I :4 .0'0'4aw9r the powers that be will recognise the here..h. Come and. .tryitfor yourself.. ... *r. Later came Sanday ,fechool in the ., W";:ZElGLER, Advertising! in,.the Vail tr' Da sites

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1 At. NOVEMBtER 21..i'91' I ,'

; THE KISSIMMEE ,.I
VALLEY GAZETTE .
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'HONOR< ROLL ; have had to conquer the olive,, the IN (' RC'tirT'rotJ T, HTATR or V.OR.'J I ,1OTH! 'K FOR -P[" LICATIn..rt.t (' ,
____ IDA. NHVHNTH JUDICIAL .
I C1HCl'IT. 1
LADIE7. For 'the Month Ending October 31, grapefruit, the alligator pear the caviar .. OSCMOI./C COUNTY lIt 1 at'law I;'.Her. l4. ..,tr.Otaeor ..
ClfANCBHY.( .
FOR I sandwich an dother fruits In order at Malsieevllle. ...rI...

Grade to remain aloof, from the common appetite .i.... R.""' .. C..pi- .i.sat. ...... B....J JI >o"....k r "a. isis.Notice .
First I ble R........ D......... m........ I .
we should remain well satisfied Is h.rtob.n" that Jeremiah .'
A Dlvl.lon-Marie Arnold Nellie appearing by affidavit appended I W. Parsons, of II'

Gun Metal Button Boots Floyd, Edna Kritz,, Edwilla ,Bruton with obsctlrlt--George, Fitch. to the that bill Bobble AIed' In Koberts.the abovestaledcause the defendant ,I I who on Bn ry April"Serial 2ft No 1.ou1bmant(H0004. .for Florida Homestead 8WU_, '' w

Frank Arnold, Elbert Crowe, Davit therein named la a nonresident of .of SK>4. Section, IK Township It 801lt . r"
Ca son, Roscoe Tyner.DivisionWayne. .i I SOCIETY YOU' READ ABOUT I the state of Florida. and lea reeldentof Range S? toa.t: Tallahassee Meridian..
$33.50 KJnlaw. State of Georgia over the has flied. notice 1''
: ofIntention
to ,
4.00 a make
( 4:50: and 5.00 WallingEustls age of twenty-one year.; It Is therefore Commutation I-Toof to establish claim
Peaks, Willie Gilbert, Tracy Canova A life "in society": Is evidently a ordered that said nonresident defend to the land above described, before
Johnson Dann, Elton Anderson Eliza ant b and he la hereby '" : Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Klsalmmee ,
all thing quite apart from life anywhere pear to the bill of : ,rttftld.f -
sizes Cummings Margaret Cosens, Kim- else. For example one is constantly ..1.. cause oh or before Monday, the bvr, l&IS.Florida, on the SSrd day.of Decem- '
brough Oliver, Neva Lee Harris Eu- reading something like this "Million lit day of December. D. leis, other. Claimant names as witnesses
nice Rivers, Christine Gilbert, Lettle aire's daughter wise the alleaatlons of said bill will be I Kdwin Hogan of LoulI'hman. Florida.
Gun gives to become
'Metal society -
,shoes are the most popular up taken as confessed by Bald d.t.u..ant.b.l I 1
loltaclaw. Ruth Starling Louise Thomas F Braddock: of Orange Cen- t'ter.
: teacher. It is bard to'under. Is that this order I \ ,
Florida.
for general ,wear' and are made of, the Young Florence Ashton'Kosinsl Fi- stand. One 'might: suppose that eVena lf.uA'elnd-:week for four consecutive ,'I i Richard Musing, of Loughman FlorI ,,',
nocchlaro. weeks In the Klsslmmee Val I Ida '' i
best4eather teacher would like to keep some of .1'
.produced. ley Oaaette. a newspaper published In Clifton I Lowry, of Loughtnan...Flsr- '
Second *
Grade. | '
: her old friends, could-find an occasional aahl. County and 'State. Ida.
B. Diviaion-Arthur Bullock Clay evening to dine out or to visit This November 6th. Itll I HBNRT' 8. CHUBB
ton Yates, Frank Crowe, Henry Sullivan the opera or a play; that one, in short, (Seal) J. OVER8TREKT ': 47-Gt pd Register. l ,;
'Red Shoes Clerk Circuit Court.
; for Children Paul Grubb, Ruble Bass"Vanotha could be "in society" and still exer- Ujr JAMES M. JOHNSTON. I I b '

Jhurchwell, Claude Smith Howard cise some alight personal choice as. to H 1>, OttiaBR, Deputy Clerk. f NOTICE Fee OP Ktaal ADMINISTRATOR I>lnebers..
r 1 .-- t Cook Bertha Wits Janet Griffin, which of its varied pleasures one would ''Solicitor/' .for Complainant. ...n 'IN COURT OV COUNTY JUUUH. STATE

Mary Roycroft, Pansy Outlaw, Ruth accept, instead of bebaV'inglike a IN CIRCUIT COUHr. MTATH OK VX.OH.' OF FLORIDA, OSCEOUA. COUNTY.' ,
CMB mod Seel I I It'i a pleasure to show oar foods.DuttonHarris ienburg, Virginia Pansier, Margery python.: : But this is evidently not pos IUA. HVHNTK JUDICIAL CIH- |II .I Vi! re Estate .!* George U. Ivey. ._

Makinson. Elizabeth Satterfield. sible. A recent article ended withan ,, CUIT IN OSCHOI.A CHANCKHY.O. COUNTY. I Notice hereby given, to all whom
A. slon.-.Janet) Grave, Alice absolutely heart-breaking descrpi It may concern that on the 10th day
FOOT' iusza. Alma Harrelson, LoaUe Jones, tion of such a "society girl" putting J. .......-... CBBsJal.a*., ... D. I. of December, A D I ,'M I shall apply
to the Honorable T. M
C O. Marion 'King, Hazel Outlaw Anita away forever the frocks she had worn Ward Hip ,a her.4 .Nary.......J.. Uefeeie Ward>ad Btei Frerloeere t,, u. '' of said Court, as Judge of Probate, for er q+
FITTERS Powers, Madge Rivers, Ethel Rogers, "in society; and would never wear .<(< LI... i my final discharge as Administratrixof a.

Olive Rutherford., Nellie .Taylor Isabel again in' rooklyn or Salina, or wher- It appearing by affidavit appended ''I I: ;the and state that of at George the same H Ivey.time deceased I will
Tyner May Winn Clara Bell ever it was she was going to live. You 10 the bill filed In the abovestated'cause '1 present to .aid Court my. final account ,-
Yates, ,Mabel Weidler, Eddie Bass, cannot, in short, be in newspaper society that t>. U Rice one of the dePendants '' Administratrix of said estate, and

Charlie Bass, Leo Canova, Fred Evans, and be like any other human dent of the therein State named of Florida Is a, and nonreal-Is a'I'I I| ask for their approval DELLA, IVBY n

'. Ralph GuRey, Jimmie HoltEclaw Harry creature that ever was by sea or resident of Washington I). C., over there S-lmo Outlaw, George McAdoo, kdgar< of twenty-one years;; It Is therefore I I'
land.What ordered. that said nonresident d e v''I' .RCt'IT cm HT, "T-'TE of FLORIDA
Rogers R. D. Thomas
Dorsie Yates, in heaven's nam* to speak fendant be and Is hereby required to *jf- WK"KATII JUDICIAL CIR '
Doyle Davis, Sam Downing._ quite seriously, is the useTof writing pear to the bill of complaint tiled In said CUIT. Oe'i':ll.* COUNTY.
G. WINNER IP&ONGE BGENGL. cause on'or before Monday the let day i J I l\ HIAXKHY:
& and printing, such arrant} nonsense 7 i I .
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Third Grade. of December. 1>. IUI, otherwise the Catherine t'. Knl|>. ('....lala..t. ...
George Poe, Robert Buckels John The point is not. in the least, that the alterations of said bill. will be takenas I I Hlmrr 1". K.'., llrtrmAmmt IMverrc.It .
Lee, Margaret Winn Katherine Mc- people written about either as In or confessed by said defendant. I j I appearing by affidavit appended ; 1"
-.* Successor to Arthur E.PoBefaB-Afenc7 out of society are misrepresented; It Is further ordered that this order I to the bill died In the abovestatedcause i
Cay, Lx>uise Rerero/ Myrtle Savage be published once a week for four consecutive that Elmer K. Kulp, the defendant
Room'No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bsiii Building. Phone 246 Beasts CraTton, Vivian Ford, Norafee2hancy that would really be of no very great I weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley therein Staten. Irlorlda nonresident ' yi
. ,. Lydia Lane, Cora Rutherford importance., What is misrepresentedis Qaiette, : newspaper published In'', of the taU'n f l and Is aresident r4
our national good sense and our said County n I of States of America -
Sallie Ledbetter, Ruth Bowen, This November 6th. 111 ,' ever the, age of twenty-one years;
American Is it is it
p'' General:Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most Mary Kritz Alberta Sullivan, Zelma good taste. or (Seal) 3, OVBRSTItEKT it Is therefore ordered that said nonresident ,,,:
that 'which interests
3ronaoru net true the only fact IM.kJOHNSTONIrL defendant, be' and Is hereby
Reliable companies. us in our fellow citizens is that fly required to appear to the bill of complaint .
Fourth Grade.A II n-aEIQKR, Deputy Clvrk. in said cause on or before Mon- --
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Division,-Edna Bass, Uly Chapman they are society are, Solicitor for Compl..lnant..t day, the Sth day of January A. D. 114.
We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegaa Agency Lee Churchwell, Gladys Griffin, course, according to the papers,.violently otherwise the allegations of said bill ,
interested in NOTICH. will' be taken confessed .
them, when they as toy-Mid -
: without'thanr..-Your' patronage is respectfully solicited. Lillie Hansen, Verner Hart, Leah Take notice that I will on the Sad fendant. C% +
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but this in the
., lIerzburg, Charlie Jackson, Vera John- are' : is journalisticcosmos day of December, Kit, or as soon thereafter It.Is further ordered that thus order !K,
son,'George Reeves, Thelma Sutton.B. the same thing as being .. I may b. heard apply for a be published once a week for four consecutive !a
m fashionable. The morningpaper tellsus convict for theeFallVterof who weeks In the Klsslmmee Val- .
ivlsion.-Lucy Lupfer, Willa that at ball board d at the dlrs ley Gazette a newspaper published In
Bass, Velma Hudson, William Milton, a on an incoming cuit Court for Oaoeola. Florida, said County and State

!Ii lylff1! !Ii !Ii 1yfy1y11! ! !Ii 1y1Y1y1! !fi Y; !G:'; !:Ii!Ii !Ii!Ii Yi Ii Vi 1y1 Yi Frank Reed, Archie Bass, Oscar Bass. "those transatlantic present"liner amounted the fortunes to a billion of In Anyone Itll, of desiring assault' may to comma then be murder.heard (Seal This) November J. I. OVER8TREET.llth. Itll

Fifth Grade on the merits ". 'Clerk Circuit Court
dollars. This may well be, but,whatof l.Jl'.c.arl ::. 1
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ANDREW JOHNSONSolicitor e.
) RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME A. DI,1810n.-Nellie Bowen, Carleon it? Is it true that we are so vul- ..-It Attorney forPetitioner. I for.Complainant. 47-41
'I Bryan, Harriet BuEza, Alma Coopor, that this fact la what chiefly '" i
Mother interests living there: I lofer for sale gar
prevent my my Gladys Howell, Frances Kritz, Irene catches our attention about set NOTICE) ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE' ; OF SHERIFF'S BALK. 2e
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place Fish Lake four and half miles from Kistimmee and equi- any Ker Flat VIHIa.r_
on a Milton, George Delta Fred Howe, Able of ladies and gentlemen dancing? TO ALL WHOM Tii"AT CONCERN:
djitant; 'from St. Cloud. Johnson, Bryan Simpson That a ball of such elegant size can IN TILE COURT OF COUNTY JUDOB09CKOLA I Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ,,

; This property comprises 'over 20 acres of good* land and has It ivillion.-Ruth Xrttt,-Etizabetb exist upon a steamship is piquant; it OK COUNTY.FLORIDA.STATE i iI. of an execution Issued out of the
>dbetter, Mabel PloeU, Dorothy is a bit of news which without stir. County Court of Osceola County. Stateof
660 feet the lake front Excellent fishing. I +
on Florida and to me directed and delivered
Roberts, Elmo; Griffin. C........
The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost ring anyone to the depths, may be re Bstate of WllllaM S. I have levied upon and will ,
Sixth Grade.A. presumed to please all. But just the Notice ls hereby given te all whomIt sell at public- outcry durlnr the legal )
new. story a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two well,, Division.-Jessie Bowen, Minkie sum total of their fortunes-1 man concern that on the tth day of hours of sale at the front door of the .,
January. A. D. 1914 I shall to Court House of said County, In Klsslm- '
(one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings Gardner, Grace Eleanor! Graves, Cor- Society does exist, there is no in- the Honorable T. M .Murphy. Judge of mee, Florida ,on the Jst day of Decem-
barns and chicken runs. ielia..Lanca: Miriam Monger, Ada tention' here of questioning the fact. said Court, as Judge of Probate, for ber, A. D. 1811. all the right, title. In .

County road and A. C; L. Railroad run through south end of l lot Louise Simpson, Harry McAdoo, Charlie But does it not exist side by aide with, my the final estate discharge, of William as Administratorof S. Chandler to terest the and following claim of described W. F. Barber real .In..and i 1
Law. supplementary to, other activities deceased; and that at the same time 1 situate II) Osceola County Stats .tel ti
with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kistimmee and St. B. Division.-Elmer ]Hinkley, Harold Is it not conceivable that the thrice- will present to said Court my final account Florida* ;

Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms Flint, Thomas Clayton, Edwin happy people in it do not consider it' as Administrator of said estate The South-west quarter (SWU) of ,f
and ask for their ap o.al. the Northwest quarter (NWU) of sec II '4
given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis, Box 196 Kissimmee. Fla. Meyers, Lawrence Parker, Dorothy the whole end and aim of life Andif Dated June II, A. V. 1811. lion three fl), and all the North-east
37tf Wells, Margaret Lee.Seventh ., so, is it not unwise tQ teach the W.' W. CHANDLER.: quarter (NBK of section four (4) except
great mass of readers that ".1 mo S mo Administrator the North-half (N%) of the North- 1

!fi Yi $!liYiYi $ $ Yi $ A. Division.-Allie Grade May Cummins somewhere, in newspaper the golden mist of millions NOTICE FOR. BIDS half(NBK(NH) of said the North-west North-east quarterof quarter })

Grace Gilbert. I .there goes on tbi. radiant sac- Sealed bids will be received by the ( ). all In Township twenty-five '
: rosant existence which, though led Board of County Commissioners of O.- (IB) south Range thirty (SO) ....t. 0
r B.' Division. -Stratton Story Ray- ceola County at KI..lmmee. Florida, Said real estate being sold to satisfya
mond Bearden.. Mabel Brswn. apparently by utter fools, is still the rluo 10 A. M. December Jet, A. D. < Judgment obtained la said County k
CARSON F'A.RaQF.RY : : Eighth one thing which can give publicityand On steel convict cages, one roller, Court by Q. W. Bass against Grade. ;
one traction engine or combination Barber.Dated. f r
excite interest? If are not (
we
INSVR: : A1STCE Margaret Stanford, Mary Howell, traction engine and roller... thus 7th,day of November; A. .
all snobs is it worth while to try so <
Hoard
reserves the right to reject D. U1I. -
Ruth HoweU, Christine Ivey KatherIne and all bids ... .INORAMiSherlff. P'NI/TICR ,
hard to make us so?-Harper's Weekly. -: any, 4. U H. !
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency Jackson. Sadie Bryan. Gertrude ,. U.zt J. I.., OVERSTREET.
McKay, Bert Wills. Clerk. FOR BIDS .
Sdhool! Ninth 'Grade. Sealed bids will be received by
State Bank Building High the'l
TilE SARASOTA SUN ZOLFO '
City Council at Klstmmee .
Edna Calkins, Manie' Wltherspoon TRUTH. GAINESVILLE CITY CHICHESTER: s PILLS" December 2nd. at '7.10: P. M.?. for a 11- .. M r

Laura Thomas. COUNCIL. ET AL. wiAtr li siL411'1' ., Inch driven well Parties receiving f @
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.: contract to furnish all tools machineryod ': _
Tenth Grade. :. ::1:1: ... .
.' ',' \ . .'.. ... . O material for well complete. Depth
fill. '
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_Frank Calkins, Blanche Ingram. The Gainesville 'city council has boas. ..... Blue ISO to 400 '..et. '
levied a tax of $5 a year on publishers T.ie.. da.k,. Council reserves the rl..ht.tb' reject
'' "" Eleventh Grade. ... rIUr.& !j.EIR. .
t and all
' '! any
:: "', ". .' ') ;" "II""' ' .. Clyde Buzza;, Edna' Schweikart.Maud' of newspapers and magazines. Rube "..a "ND HRA B.N.fAI..r.kNMrbMCOLD ;For: further dr'tormatlon.; address ..
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'. .JI1111f.1' Allyn, of the Sarasota Sun, in com- y. Bm. J. K. .
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:, "PltTi :1 Alice."WagnerI;, 'OILBER7'erk.; ; *
pci. S ecia :: .v.7 ::''jlj.iTwelfth": Frade. ,' \" '. : menting on such an unprecedented ) BY DRUGGISTS[VERY WllU16 47-2t :' 1e; 1
action dubs the Gainesville body
as "'
'. Nathan Bryan, Nellie Calkins, Alice "a pack of intellectual misfits, inconceivably i t .. .: ..!,.

A HEW TRAIN:BETWEEN TAMPA AND JACKSONVILLE Stuto Lucy Wltherspoon. disgusting nincompoops, < ,\,\..,\,; I
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_ViaAtlantic' boneheads in an advanced stage of "r"?; , ;
THE I :
GRAPEFRUITThe ossification, tightwads with a rotary 'lii

Coast Line grapefruit is so called because' kink in their'cerrebellurns, throwbacks ;> *eH tilesW'F4AThIuDftEM.

it looks like a large and melancholy :to an age beyond recorded history, a '
: dog'in the wheels of progress and fit '
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Effective November ,
.The grapefruit is composed of two We presume Rube would have con- '

No. 92 --'-Daily 4 No. 'I.. gallons of juice concealed in a thick tinued indefinitely had lie not run a 1 I4 1't1
short of expletives to hurl at Gaines l
- ' yellow globe and strongly impregnatedwith ville's intelligent( ?) doughheads. We : '

12:30: P. M. Lv. TAMPA Ar..' 4:00P.M." <. seeds.. The grapefruit has more do not believe another body of muni- r 'z&tiVAlsVE :j jYDANK

1 1:06 " PLANT CITY ,. 33:02 " seed' than anything:else except the cipal law makers anywhere in the _
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1 1:30: LAKELANDKISSIMMEE :, : fig. When we have extracted all the state of Florida would be guilty of
" such asinine oafishness has been
as'
1:48 -
2..0 ,. ,. seeds from a grapefruit and have piled
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.. displayed by Gainesville's stupid coun-
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them the pile is than the .
: " up? larger cil and all the papers in the state t.
,3:55 SANFORD 12:35 fruit itself. This is one of the miracles should rally to Rube's assistance whenit
"' " PALATKA 10r35A.M. comes to handing them the parth- COUNTi..
SI52{ of nature, and should teach man to be
7:30 " Ar. JACKSONVILLE Lv. 9OOA-M. humble and scornful of his ian shot.-Zolfo Truth. x
: own TT7it ... i/
But honest now, if the Gainesville
BROILER BUFFET CARS COACHES .
SOLID TRAINS powers. council did levy such a license tax 't

Stops will only, be made at stations.shown above. The grapefruit Is divided into water upon the newspapers and magazinesof x
that city does their action deserve
,
tight like
call compartments, an ocean
and reservations on
for" information .
the .
quite muchdenunciation
as as
liner thin pieces of skin. The skin
J. G. Kirkland, J?. P. A.j Phone 132,, ?illsboro Hotel, Tampa Fla.! Is very, by tough and can be used for aero!- Sarasota' Sun and the Truth heap upon you impress upon .the mind of your children the value ,
Ar them? The Tampa Tribune also
N.C. T. C.White G. P. IF
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W. J.Craig P. T. M., Wilmington, plans, covering or bullet-proof vests., speaks disapprovingly of such a of money, and inculcate into their-young lives the

To eat a grapefruit the performer separates course by the council and other papers will f have taken the'
of aaeing their pennies
I with also along the same lines. As a habit you;
the pulp from'the skin
a
matter of'fact, a newspaper, while ed-| independent
'6- sharp knife extracts' the seeds, pour ucational, it is true is nevertheless first important step toward making thrifty, .t\ ,
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T sugar: into the cayaties,and let it Stand looked upon more or less as a moneyproposition ,! and successful men and women of them. ,-\ '

Y all night. In the morning he puts on and if the Gainesville ;

a' bathing suit and scoops out the de- council needed the revenue and taxed
PotatoesI the newspapers they were no more 0 _
Seed'Irish licious Interior.'- A thirsty man can unjust to them than to the struggling ,; \

sometimes eat an entire grapefruit if grocery or dry goods store on a side ''r ., "t,

/ he is a good swimmer; corner or the 1913 legislature was to The Way To Do It I. To Start' "> ,..:

"' lectedSt0Ck' The grapefruit has existed for many physicians, charging them a $10 li- "' t
Mr. Stovall's The Tribune : : ,.
cense. paper i
A Bank Account For Them ,
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centuries but like
the tomato and the .
'. Bliss Triumph has made money ,good money, ; .\
Improved Rose No.4" Red oyster, it was not,suspected as food at and they do not conscientiously ask NowHere '

first The wild grapefruit tastes like to' be exempt from their portion of . -

.. Irish Gobblers Di ie. quinine, and when 'a' few brave society the public burden. The Sun, Gaines- . It ...' '. ... ,
ville s newspaper has also been a pay.. ; ., "'
essentiaL We hate the best leaders learned to eat it some investment than "
Good seed ii ing more so a num-I
years they, were regar4ed'with ber of stores the editor knows there \"

awe. For some time the grapefruitWas that have paid a license tax from year L i -

Ideal Potato Fertilizer a real test of gentility, and the to year and the Sarsaota Sun and the
diner could Truth would not call that outrageous. OF
who, take the grapefruit STATE BANK ,
Queer words of course for us to

Ideal Potato Manure without betraying hit taste, proved write, being a newspaper ourselves, '
himself to be,an old hand in society but they are true avid if true, we do

W. & T. Hastings Potato Special Thisled, agreat demand for not feel wrong in wrltine'them.-En.; KISSIMMEE >, ',
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terprise Recorder.ANSWERS .
grapefruit and vast plantations were .l.

/I''i'' ) . Send for our free book '. planted., It is now common in Floridato TO CORRESPONDENTSS. ,. .'. .' ;'... .

POTATOES see a,farmer digging the luscious < '" Capital $50.000.00
IRISH ._
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spade at',harvest ...time and\| cultivation Maternity Hospital, Cliff and_Manifia :. a ;
't:, 'WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.;;. has made'their interior,'to mftd streets-,-Pittsburg. .''f.i r Officers and Directors ,

., ft.f'r .. "' that they can be'eaten almost.... on!the MercefThe,:; Extract: reprinted was .1, C ,A,,.CARSON. Prest. .. J.. [MLEE..Vice Prert.. t.
JACKSON1VI1JLErFLA.e ,.*' "* *- '
h first attempt f;,, .11 that appeared in The Dispatch of ... M. KATZ 2nd Vice PreL .

local Agent, Waters 6 Carson.Grocery Co. Grapefruit! Is DOW served ,at' ,the September,22,,;1868. "And so on fora ROMA 'THOMAS. Assistant Cashier .

quickest lunch counters and la so popular column' was, quo'ted and referred to '. .. ,

that. it is no longer :fashionable. the original$ article in the Richmond I II. 7Y-.MYy

4'.r When w*. consider how society people Dispatch; .. ., ,

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SIMMEE FOR THE NEW COURT HOUSE THAT THE COMMISSIONERS HOUSE THAT WILL SOON BE BUILDED. ,

'' ARE CONTEMPLATING ERECTING.' EVERYONE ADMITS THAT. :THE Lake front city lots in Makinson'a Addition to Kit-

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1 .... .' OF STOCK. VALUED AT$100 IN THURMAN CITY DEVELOPING.' AT LEAST,ONCE EACH MONTH. THIS FORM OF GOVERNMENT WILL ,

COMPANY.. THIS COMPANY WILL'CONSTRUCT AND OWN ALL PUBLIC TAX. THE LAND, NOT. THE IMPROVEMENTS MADE THEREON WHICH

:ft . , UTILITIES,SUCH AS LIGHT PLANT, SEWER'AND WATER SYSTEMS, WILL PLACE ALL LOTS ON A TAX BASIS EQUAL!: TO THEIR| VALUATION., '
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