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: October 1, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00718
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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\ FOOTBAll TOURIST HOTELPLANNED: 0..'. .......:.......... .e. Local Institution'Has'Purchased 1 , I

** 0 BEAD THIS ARTICLE 0' Every Issue of.Municipal " .

0 ON PAGE THREE Bonds fin
; High School to .. Another Crowd Hears 0 T 0 Past ;dive
Boys Expect Big Years Offend
New Owner Takes Charge of Hotel Today and Extensive On page three of this Issue.of and p

Improvements are To Be Made--Experienced Hotel 0 the Valley Gazette will be found Best Bid for.Prep:*" k'S'
Make Good Public Men k k'l
Showing Speak one of the best one. ant, Issue: of:
Manager Will Be Engaged and Plan May Include o possibilities of Florida that we \

l Annex and: Outing Grounds for Tourists on + have ever had the pleasure pf $27,500'x t x
I PLACE IN SCHOOL DURING Beautiful Paradise Island. PLANS TO BETTER CITY, ALTHOUGH It la entitled "Florida, the *

COMING YEAR FOOTBALL, FIRST DISCORDANTNOTE Paradoxical" and' w. written Pay Premium j':o'$3w12 1_ :

by F. Page Wilson, of Eden '
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kas the Hotel
Senator Arthur E. Donefaa bought Grajrstone property, .
FOR BOYS TENNIS AND BASKETBALL which includes the entire city block on. Broadway< from Potiiel to. Dakin avenues MADE BY JUDGE LILLY WHO + Fla., for theManufacturer' Anil Also ,'All: Expense r
0 Record, of Baltimore Through *
a the hotel building the Graystone Casino and office building; this publication it was given ... .
?N. The new owner took over the property today and Thomas F. Bayne, who .'
wide publicity and should do a *
Athletics will have a big place in has been clerk under the former management of Harry W. Thurman, from a crowd which was three timesas
4 world of good.for the state as a Council Immediately Beginsto
the work of the Osceola High School whom the property was bought, is temporarily in charge. large as on the occassion of the -
*> whole and south Florida in
f during the precept term. Prof. R. M. Senator Donegan who is president of the Citizens Bank, is one of the /first open-air meeting, the third of ": par.0* Consider,Plans for ;Paving ,
ticular. -
!;.; Evans thes principal, and the school leading citizens of Florida and the fact that he has purchased the hotel will these Fridry n'frKt affairs was held Every reader of the 'Valley Main Street to Gty Limits -

,,:c,, board are great' believers in training be a great advertisement for Kisammee. He announced today that a stock )last Friday evening under the auspices '
Gazette should read this ar- and Frames
p the body! as well as the mind and in company is now in process of formation and that Mr. Thurman; the former of the board of trade. The Specifications -. }
o tlcle. 1C Is well worth 0
/ 4 order that the physical development owner would be one of the stockholders. crowd was enthusiastic and responsiveto your to Admit Use of"the. ffl I
o while to read such forceful prosentation *
.. of the students may be properly directed Extensive improvements will be made in the property at once and it will the sentiments expressed by the of the state's advan- New Woodtex Brick To Be

it has been the custom to em- be placed in such shape as to be one of the foremost tourist resorts in the speakers along; the lines of "clean-up", 0 tages. Here. '
: ploy among the .faculty of the high state. Senator Donejan intimated this morning that the plans included an amusements for tourists and the bulk- Made .

+! school one member who is especially annex on Paradise Island, which he controls and that arrangements would heading of the lakefront. 0 OOO OOO OO.OO.OOtt.OOO 0TRUCK -t''

fitted for this work. .probably be made for outing grounds there for winter visitors.An The Klssimmee Concert Band furnished Although there were In all nine'bid- If
?k This year the work has been en experienced hotel manager will be employed to handle the propertyand for the '"w-
the music for the occasion and municipal bond issue of
,,' I trustedto Prof. W. N. Harris who is it will be extensively advertised as an ideal place for tourists. GROWERSmr $27,500 when the bids 1
many were the remarks of praise for were opened b y
t also the science teacher of the high Tin, (.ray tone Hold was built In td the needs of the modern business the council
this organization. In opening the city at a specineetingheld
school Prof. Harris comes from Georgia 11MI8! by Harry W. Thurman and has building, contains a large numberof FIELD TOMORROW last
meeting President 11. C. Stanford, of Saturday night the.Cltizensi
and was a member of the Univer., been operated by him since that time. office suites and single rooms in of this '
t the board, paid a complimentto Bank city which has bought !
fs aity of Georgia football team, having Mr. Thurman has also erected a spa- addition to the opera house proper.
the band and the bond issue of the city for the ,
pledged supportof DOAT'o every '.
end that team last clous modern house building is lavish dec-
played on year. opera There no tempt at
the citizens to it. As a result of past five'years, was the successful bid'
also'well hotel. Itself.. This orations In the Oil FORTY HTRONtl TO SPEND 7'
He is equipped as a playerof adjoining the or vulgar display appointments -
his remarks and the movement started
both basketball and baseball. structure, fire-proof throughout andd"Klgn.d of the Graystone. The der.The
a few days prior it'ia likely thata KDGKWATKIt PIIOMINKNTKXPKIIT8 bid of the Citlien's Bank, made
Prof. lIaris has made definite plans w'lh particular attention Continued on pare 6) .
fund will be raised to defray the : WILL COME Alt by its president, Senator Arthur E.
to have football basketball and baseball -
r expenses of the band so that one or THEIR CJUKST8.Accompanied Dpnegan! was afor accrued interset, Syr:
".{'-1! for the boys while girls will playf'
two concerts may be given each week I$312.50 premium, the bidder to defrayall
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tennis and basketball. A new tennis OVER 1500 HEAD OF CATTLE
court is now being built on the grounds during the winter season. by Dr. A. H. Logan ', expenses of printing or lithographIng .'
t The melting of last Friday night, and C. K. McQuarrle both of the the bonds and any expense attach.. "'
of the high school, on which both the 1 ..
I (Continued on 6) Government Experiment Statl onat ed to making a transcript of the' .. '
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girls and the boys may indulge in this "
i--8 healthful game. SENT TO TEXAS DURING WEEK Gainesville the Osoeola Fruit and 'of the validating". Btdt, ,attorney. .'*' .;: fl
Association memberswill
TruckxOrowers" fees for examination! etc.
The football squad has begun work
enjoy a field day at the Edge- -
.; and while the material is light Prof. -- The bend issue authorised by a rote

Ss ; Harris believes that it wil make up Over 1600 cattle have> been ship- r The shipment Saturday was made water Farms tomorrow. Between I of the freeholders on August 7th. last, ,......,
thirty and forty truckers are expected -
what it lacks in weight in speed. A ped from Kissimmee during the past I up by Lesley 4k Bus Carson Cattle to make the tr'p, a boat having is TOT'the'purpo...of retiring' $16,000.2)

4large number of boy. have never had week. All of these went to Texas : company, Rull Bass and the South- been chartered for the occasion. The of the present indebtedness: of the dty'(' s ,

;: experience in playing the game but ranches.On port cat tie eomj>tny. It consistedof FIOUUKS PKKPAUKD BY" CITY boat will leave the city dock at 9 I and to' defray the expense. ''of paving,;,<: -

.W 'f j :1! even the newcomers are. developing last Saturday 920 head were cowl_only from yearlings to seven CLERK GILBERT SHOW THAT o'clock tomorrow morning and gradingand curbing Main street fromak.treet ;

,,: \rapidly.. Daily practice is now them shipped in a solid trainload to the year old stock LESS THAN TEN PER CENT OF nominal fare will be 'cbar ed. All toJth: sitjrjlimit: *:, :"The ,

\>. , rm.tMch practice. Texas: being part of the 1200 head he 825 I>> head was shipped to Lykes WERE LEFT UNPAID JOY* CITI or not are invited to make 2 payable in ten year arid five of ,w,

*"' .*;lfiv'* '*uit* and equipment have contracted for with"local cattlemen,, Brothers >n Texas,and-was made up ZENS. .. .- .' the rip. ft is'also likely,that Prot $5000''each '.)'Itb16': each '"rear:;thereAfterrdlsposbg -

"g1 '''been ordered and will be received in Another- trainload shipment will be by"Lesley &, .Base, Carson Cattle company . 3. M., Scott and A.. P.; Speneeral.ofrom ''; of,the,sale
J time for the first game scheduled sent to Mr. McElror: about jOc-tober Ed. Whtley. and Rull Bi. .. Figures prepared by City Clerk: J. the Experiment Station" will bonds,,te..council bep: .bnmedlateI,.

). (' This will likely be played with the This consisted of two-jreir/old steers. R. Gilbert, on the city tax collections) make the trip. co'n.ldenDC'lpedfttatI n. for the'paving -. l ,

.', team of the Sanford high school .at ... for 1914 show that less than ten per Final plans for the day's outing of the street and these are being ': r'' x

r /the local baseball park, although the 7thANOTHER 'cent of the taxes assessed last year were made at the meeting of the drawn so that the bidden may include .

ret date and detail. have not yet; OPEN AIR MEETING weN unpaid. The final statement truck growers held last Saturday, the new WoodUx brick, which'will"be 'I

f% been definitely determined. ;, of unpaid taxes and property sold at when the growers also considered manufactured by the Tucker Brick

y The Osceola High School has never public sale on tax certificates has plans for the county exhibit at the company composed of locaj men. f
had football but event been filed with the clerk of the court mmebers were urged to prepare The council baa -
before a team WILLIE HELD HERE TONIGHT already. 'offered this I vi
if the game is new Prof. Harris has for record. something special for the exhibit, company exemption from personal

i? ( found among the boys a great number Mr. Gilbert's figures show that it being left with the committe e,taxes if the plant is located here.I

., who are naturally equipped for -- $1,914.94 In taxes remained unpaid composed of Messrs. E.: B. Morrey The other bidders forbe bends

tl playing the game. There are about So successful have been the open These meetings have done more to which was added advertising expense M. D. Alexander and H. Barriere to were: 4'ail

'i twenty-five boys in the squad, which air meetings held at the band stand than anything else to arouse enthus- etc.. In the sum of $76.69* call upon every farmer and learn Just
Prof. Evans the advantage of iasm among the citizens in doing This made a total of $2,991.63! what be could be expected to fur- SplUer-Rorick, : Company, Toledo, .
gives. on Broadway every Friday night that Ohio-Par .
i Continued 6) things to put Klsslmmee on the map. which is less than ten per cent of the nish. Mr. Morey stated that the accrued'interest: "and'a premium
( on page' arfoiher will be held this even'n beginning '
uUU $; The band wil play for the meetingtonlglh. total amount of taxes assessed,which committee would act with other committees of $298.00. e ,.... w

at 7:30 o'clock. was in the neighborhood of $30,00T.( in arranging for the exhibit. Sidney Splb.'r i:Company, Toledo

'CONGRESSMEN TO SEE '" -. -t-' ..... Ohio-Par, accrued ,Interest. and a premium .'

NEEDS. KISSIMMEP.Fl. 1 : Graystone. Hotel Bought by Senator Arthur E. Donegan the bond 1000.of $703.50 be in Since denomination, w the th a advertisement-proTl8O.6t.h of, $500 t e.+.'.'i rand t

; stated that the bonds in denominations ". ,i

: ''t OF TRADE PREPARES TO of |2600 an<&,oOOO this bid (

3 ENTERTAIN RIVERS AND HARI10 could not be coneide l.. !
f .. .. KNATOR8<,FBOMtlfLORr I ,. Stein Brother, Birmingham, Ala",. t
sent no regular butwirecI a-- bid "
1: ef par providing they'were aUo."ed'
>Jf?, -TRIP. -
$boo for expenses of having attorneys '
} on.the legality' 'of ''the
: pass
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1 1 Trade held at the council hall Satur- 4
c day night following the muse meet- PFtI : wx ,Hoehler Cummings. 4 Prudden, Toledo
n .tIL i Ohio Par >
i '\,fag at the band-staad. !'arrangements : and aeeraecllDtere.t." (
J were dlscUStie4; Jr /entertaining it 1 if they were* allowed $815 for blank ax'
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bond, fee. etc,' ::
n re.amaD'-lIparltm.ft.! : fchalrman of attorney ,
,(ft-t. >'theRivers) and Harbors Omwl John Nuvenn .A 'Co, Chfcap.Par.I';)

':rt.1} +Coe aa a -Crisp, of Georgia' ,and1cohgkeUQtia7Clau4jitggtn accrued interest and a'premium s of .,,

the majority 142 the bidden to furnish lithocr pl 1 ,

'leader of the House. -- ed bond free'of eipense.:: ,
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'"J t'Congressman\: parknian,was invited - r..w -r'Y v- Atlantic National Bank,'of Jackson' '

': ,...erat'1"} iouthsjagojto!>> ;make thq me--Par., accrued h4erest'and'a premium '' ."

';& t l'' trip down the 'Ksslmrariver) tow of 999. '1 1y

w pote.Uie.jieedAof,.this. waterway In .State Board'of' :Education of Flory'l', : '

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N them among us again. lara that you spent' on. the trialmight I'j '. . . t ,

Miss Lucretla Overstreet spent have kept me Id school ,1 F .>, P \

St. 'Cloud Department Monday in Klsslmmee.O. A real sen ool the kind,you build for, Prevention ,Vs. Suppression<<; :"' *.') \ I

C. Bronson F. H. Tlner, and II. the rich. I ,,

v L. Ivey were appointed trustees. of I worked through the hot August ,

$. k News. and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own the church Sunday night.THt'RMAN When days you were bossing the girls orhooting By J. y. PORTER The specialists of the United"State*' "-
Department of
'. State Health Officer Agriculture and otherX'
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r Special Correspondent .OOOO..O.O.OOOOOOOO.OOO birds. scientific men have.spent a gOOo' deal\
0 4a Or lounging in doorways cursing theNlg&er Why do we harbor poison-bearing of study on this insect and the
r r I Depart, ,
it I CITY 4 insects in our bosom, even to our own ment has
.. ; published quite recently) ,,The''
y ,,j M;'..., W.' F. Kenney and Mrs Cook4f' take the excursion train lo Tampa. 0 0 And you never paid me enough io I undoing;, when we know better Stable Fly,'Document 540,' and two
.oOooOo.oOo..OOOOOO O..O..O< A serpent we would run from. It monograph.. on the destruction '
.. pent'Tuesdar at Rest HavJn fisbing They missed the train so E. V; Por- dress. of fly
buy a pretty Is repulsive, it is a tangible instrument larvae Documents 118 and 24i '
3 and having a general good time ter borrowed his father's auto and % Ask
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Drawdy and
You sometimes spoke coarsely to me ) of harm, but all the snakes in ,your Congressman to send them..They'
)' "1 Mrs Rhea Sawtelle left Saturday'I the two gentlemen" drove through to family of Whittier, were the weekend when I went to and from my Florida and in the United States of are interesting to those who would ".',

+ evening tot Port Richer, Fla., where Tampa. They report a big time as guests of her parents, Mr. and work ; America have never done one-hun- be really intelligent on the subject. 4 1

she expects: : to spend the next: : two Tampa was celebrating "Made In Mrs C. S Acree dredth nor one-thousandth of the harmto The most effective method of rid +.. '
Yes did, and I had to pretendI ,
I you flies have \
months Tamp week, and there were gala Mrs Isaac Lanler and granddaughter ': mankind that wrought ding ourselves of this particular pest

Mrs. J. J). Woodbeck, of Kllllllmj times and street dancing to the music of Mr and'I I liked It. Plies, mosquitoes and other small seems to b. to prevent his existence
were Sunday guests Why did you despise me living and vermin used to be regarded mainly as by attacking him in his breeding, ;
: i j mee was a St. Cloud visitor on Sat- of numerous bands. They report :
Mm W C. SensibaMrs .
i yet love me HO now nuisances but the scientists have stages destroying the conditions-.

.'I urday. a most delightful trip Ada Ilronoon and childrenwere I I I think I know. It l IK like what the I shown' and proved to us that they that favor such breeding.Wet .
,.. Mr and Mrs N. P. Curtis arrived disease and death In and rotting straw in which
Mr. and Mrs Ed.1 Ply J. W James the guests Sunday of Mr. mid preacher told' 1114" about Christ come bringing the
1 home Friday evening after a pleasant spite of this warning we do little to heat caused by decay favors the hatch-
L. L Lucas and Mr Stewart It'll/ here Mrs Acree
i I People hated him when he was alive I discourage these pests and what we ing of the larvae, is the soured of these.
with their children at
eummer pat ti relay and Saturday41gh1 Mr. and Mr... 'V'apvr.wprp in KIssliiiiiiee
noon spirit lint when he was dead they killed undertake is their suppression instead flies in the great grain-growing-
+ .1ame towD. Warren and Corry, Pa. and Sunday at Du>'lona Itearh Saturday on business man after man for his sake. of attacking them at home, in the tions of the West and Southwest. But.

I Mr. and Mrs Thomas, of Alligator; About fifty St Cloud people left Mr and Mrs Harry Seaver were In I places where they breed, and by an- in every section and in every temperature -

t Lake, were in our city shopping on on Saturday for the encampment at the city Sunday.S. ++++HO.O.. nihilation, end them, or lessen their above forty degrees, Fahrenheit,
+ stable manure heaps are the favorite
Saturday. Washington, D. C. C Acree sold five head of young': 4 4 numbers
I The house by beside which breeding places The fluids of ma-
J. W. Smith who has been at the
; tB cattle last -0AJAI>ST CASH PLAN 4
N. M. Lawton has none to Winter week I the buzzard is a moled cleanliness, nure, particularly of horses and mules,
eft I
hospital In SI( Louis, Mo., arrived Park, where he will open a grocery Albert Acree went to St. Cloud 4 4Kissimmee does not scatter disease through its mingling with stable bedding increasethe

+) home Tuesday evening somewhat 1m-I(I store. Mr. Lawton will spend a part Sunday to a'lend 'be funeral of his O..O..O.OOOO.OOC OOOOOO bite but it carries typhoid germs and danges from this source The possible -

I i proved In health. of each week in his store here.J. sl..l..r-ln-Iaw, Mrs Acree, who has Fla, Sept 28, 1915 leaves them on the food we eat. It peril from this cause is no less
A. J. Kaufman aid wife of Wells- in revels in the filthiest of filth and in Florida than in Texas, and the mild
been her sister for the four to the Edtor of the \aley Gazet
W. Tracy of Bull Creek, was In with past brings its poisons, not to our doors, climate of this state makes the dangeran
boro. the Bonalr
are guests at weeks returned home with him Monday last weeks isue I saw a add In whichall
kitchens and to the din- all-year-round one.
) St. Cloud Tuesday morning After but into our J..
I r t. House this week. transacting some business here he the Drug stores of this sltey bad ing table and we permit this invasionof Screening the manure pile is the .__
r, J W. H. Fertic, of Whittier was a consolodaetied after Oct 1 th 1915 our rights without a murmur. safest and surest protection. But the

'ie:: I' St. Cloud caller on Monday went on to Klsslmmee. Mr. Tracy J**.00004 OOOOO"00000 *- not to credlet eny more or eny person The stable fly although he looks to regulation of stables is a municipal
Is one of Osceola county's foremost 4 much like problem. not within the
Mrs Sylvester" Squires, who has Dear sir will you pleas put this our untrained eyes very Juris-
j. been spending tho summer with her truck growers and has made a de- PLEASANT VALLEY < his dirty cousin, is altogether another diction of the state If one asks fora
ic' cided success He Is a worker, too. 4 4 ans in your paper this week as I be- proposition. He, or rather she-for concrete example of this propositionand
+J parents at Bradford Pa.. arrived lieve that tha tbroed the hatched of its
.. .0..0..0.0. as the female of the female of the species possibilities there is one
i! + home Friday evenlug.Mr. 1. Mrs Marlon Gilbert, deputy organ-': Deep in my shin as early man II} this is more deadly than the male-and ready at hand. The progressive cityof

.,a t'' and Mrs. W. II Boyer arrived tier of the state for the Woodmen The Baptist Sunday school was town why because I have spent vear- causes the real trouble--is blamed by Miami, three hundred miles and _'

y. a ,home on Wednesday evening last Circle, was In St.. cloud Tuesday. held in the school house, as being ey nealr half of earnings with the' doctors for carrying another set more south of Jacksonville, has one-
i c more centrally located than the. of troubles She has a beak that pen- thousandth or less of the number of
1 after a three weeks visit with friends Miss Gertrude Bass, of Avan Park them for the pant 6 and now
years etrates the thick hides of horses cows, stable flies that afflict her northern
church building': In spite of the raina
Njfl at Lake City. was married last Sunday to CharlesD. takes the last prlvelege I have away mules, sheep and swine. She sucks neighbors. Miami has had the senseto

: Mr. and Mrs' William Kasbobm Miller, of Scranton, Pa. The wedding large number was In attendance Dies not let me even ask for cr it their blood and, in large numbers, accept and act on good advice by

i- who have spent the past two months took place at the home of the The review lesson was ably conducted Does not hlrt me vearey muck fora causes their disabling and even their I j regulating her livery and other stables

.1:? with friends and relatives at Warren I bride's parents Miss Gertrude Bass by the Superintendent Mr. Dan men to tell me he ran not cr me It death from evhaustlon of the vital and she is. reaping the reward while

> f Pa., and Rochester N Y. came to''' Is a sister of Miss Ruth Hans, who Is Barber, Mr. Rufus Thomas and Mr! Does not btrt me for them to do a with fluid.the Less crime frequently of infant she is charged j j and reckless of larger neighbors population to the north refuse of her to

'.V their home in St. Cloud Friday mornIng so well knows in St. Cloud. The Murphy. Mr! Thomas was appointed Cash Hulsnens If tha wish two It Does perhaps some other troubles meet the situation ..

\\1 bride and groom will spend Friday assistant superintendent, also I teacher not hlrt me to see aman shut up one ..

\ District Superintendent Dr. Car- and Saturday In St. Cloud the guestsof of the prmary class Mrs. More- gap rail at the time But It DOt hlrt

: / mine will give an illustrated lecture Miss Ruth Bass, head! was appointed assistant tiarher me to see them tear the hole fine

'r; In the M. E. church Friday evening Patrick Flood, of Culbertson Montana Mr Moorehead read Governor. Down and trp to run I the } ,'allng over N AT U RE'S SOI L BUILDE aBlowers'
Subject, "On ]Horse-back Through rrammell article on Sundya HC haal
the bole }
came In Monday morning and I is shining match
Canan." A sliver offering': will betaken rally day for On :1? In accordance
+{ looking things over with a view to I no I owe about I 2 months Drug
r at the door. with this movement, the Sunday Ground Limestone makes acid !coils!
buying.Mr. Kill now Hut show iii,' man that
:t Thomas Davidson arrived home school is f'"lplI\rlng to Increase Its swc t. It releases potash salt! and imparts
and Mrs. Bert Baxter Mr! and Does
not owe eny thiiiK and 1 I will
4 Friday morning after spending the i Mrs. attcsciencend interest. :Mr Berry. strength and vigor to growing crops and trees.Blowers' .
Sylvester Squires at
were guests show you something" jou never sawthos f BLOWERS I
summer at New Castle N II. who j I"' conducting -.liKlm?: ..("''o.J l ct limestone ground unusually fine
the Bonalr House on Sunday. I gentlemen ] feel| Hh II n> haeni 1
h J. E. Meatyard. wife and four children 1'l1lnn"J I olnt, was present He will, readily mixes with the soil Contains no impurities GROUND"The
B. A. Hadden, of Horn Brook Cal| +adt' HS large n protlt an c ny BulK
from Gulf 'rent, Ala., came In I MVC (tie' chool soon,, perijcl music ran he applied at any timeis
I arrived Monday and experts to spend l HI-UK men in th.. city and the first
(Thursday evening and are visiting': next Sunday inexpensive. Write for literature and prices.
nome time here blows to 1 little did the. !
sqec 11111",1
d the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Our day school Is processing; ... Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.
C. C. Chlpman, of New Market N. bel.aae' that when :Noah; was HullelIIIK p
Massachusetts I Iv'. A splendid new oran:% adds nnu'hpleasure
Meatyard on avenue Box K 308 Ocala Florida
II >Wednesday evening and I the irk that tha foot was conning ,
D. H. Riggan and family moved and profit to the singing; ile
will locate.Mr .
probably earn i went so far as lo call hem" aold
Wednesday Into part of the I. N. pertinent \\ an much indehliil l to
and Mrs: A. E., Drouth! and fool and you mile not think so
Burch house on Pennsylvania avo the. arne s| effarf'of Mr: :Moon In,'a.1. -
i daughter, Alice, arrived on Saturday lint thi was n fe.low --njinniK+ alone
nue. both for IliK orcrin and for Iii\ 01
after a pleasant stay at Daytona -Kle Hie. irk sacs Mr :Noah; let me" tide.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brokaw, Martha IIIIIi711tlon of our da\ Mliool .' t
Beach I . no 1 c'''nil MCI I 10. swim+ on along sine
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and Harold of Orlando
Brokaw. Mrs 1. C. Ford and three liiMri ,
< till I lie hit a block he rraleci lit on it

and Misses Margaret Brokaw and who have spent! tin\ )past year in Frn- and toM 111 roa! ill to to to the. hoi

*t Daytona Huth Otis were and guests Kenneth' at the Brokaw Honalr of ton, 1\lIch. arrived at (heir, hoim :i 1 W.C.T.U. COLUMN 1] plane for It auernlgoing lo he I ena ,

here on Friday last IIi in g hilI.. shower no way lit'I.' Doe.

House on Thursday; last. !Mr and Mrs Hart and Miss Emma Ihos felnwcs He.'le-xc- that in II few
Mrs O. L. Buckmaster and daughter The last meeting wan entirely d.01t'.1 ...
Hart were among those who lift on mor Days we can get I a Dr and inediclene UtilityNegligee'7
.. Roberta May who have been visiting for the \ to the\ annual re port s of t IIii' of '
Saturday encampment roin orlando in .Ml minuets
friends at St. Louis Mo., arrived tic. and
ers superintendent The union
\ Washington, D CSHINCILK. which will be fuley as good or Better
I here Tuesday evening. tenders the Valley Gazette HB thanks
I", sirvles thun we can get hearI
William Dale left Monday for Coon .oOoOoOoOOO > and appreciation for courtesies received )
do not believe that the ar one .
Rapids Iowa, where he expects: : to go 0 0 and space alloted It. The next:
grain better to owe debts thun I amI
into business with his brother. 0' CIIKKK: 0 meeting occurs Nov. 8. Members
do not believe that the ar any
Mrs E. O. Pierce and C. M, Espy please take, notice. Let Uft have a tt
oOot Better to
toooOOOOOOOOOO.OOOO.OOt owe Debts thun the other
a''' . \, were. Quietly marred Tuesday evening full attendance. The following verse
Bulsness men of this town we all owe
-at the'home of the bride on Michigan Mr. and Mrs. O B. Woodall and recently published in the Tampa Tribune -
1 Debts and I have 14 times a nurrowing
avenue. The ceremony was performed children visited friends and attended will bear repeating and ponder-
me to pay >every piney I owe In
1 "p by Rev. W.: L. Hackett. Their church services at the creek Sunday. ing well. Were It not for greed and
the world and .t Is no use for eny
many friends wish for t' em a happy f. P. Tlson has completed a tine sensuality our world would be a
one to squeel till the time comes and A practical easily adjusted
lite.T dwelling and, with his family, is now safer place for our Mary to work In. when such ,
Pray man or men thowes .
occupying the same, having moved It should be to the" everlasting dls -
Miss Roxine Goodrich and mother
; slam
| against me and the little town Negligee which will not
_ came home Thursday evening last after the first of last week grace of any man, who to the burden I love so well that I as one have

at Daytona Beach Rev. C. C. neatly, who for the past of self-support, adds Insult There
iv + a pleasant stay got pure Dutch Blood anuff in me to
The Prlscllla Club met Friday afternoon nine months has acceptably filled the Irt a sermon In every line of the following tell them about It you felows go gape open.We .

September 24, with Mrs. pulpit of the M. K, church at this from the Tampa Tribune:
ahead wls your Hat Killing': I am
Iona Warner on Virginia avenue A point, preached his farewell sermonon We have heard endless talk and eating good 6 cts round stake now

'good number was in attendance and Sunday night, expecting to leaveat read interminable controversy about and have II good sweet potato patch I have just received a brand new

i l after a short business session the an early date for Davenport Iowa. Mary Phagan': has remainedfor dont think I will be sick enny more line of these garment in PRETTY

meeting was turned over to the hostess It ta with sincere regret that we part a woman, writing for the New eny way till after ChrUtmass FLOWER DESIGNS. Assorted color

_ w for the social hour. Different with Rev Beatty and his estimable Republic, to recall Mary Phagan living signed I Prices range from

"" Questions were discussed which had wife, as they have? made many warm She does It most effectively Inverse R. B WARD. $1.50 to $2.25

s'' been for ,the 'advancement of St. friends during their period of work -and we must confess that

Cloud In a social and healthful way. among us, all ow whom join in. best there is much more of menace to the DISAGREEABLE CALOMEL IS

kf., The tables were prettily decorated wishes for their welfare In their northern rare in the countless Mary Pbagans YIELDING TO PLEASANT

r '' were served, the club adpourned to home who toll at life-wricking tasks thanin LIV-VER-LAX.

'% h h meet In two weeks with Mrs. Gertrude Rev O. A. Branscom has been the murder of one Mary Pagan H. C. Stanford Company

i f, Bower. on Indiana avenue. looklqg after his property interestsIn and the trials and tragedies that fol- Physicians generally that the

C.-C. Dodge left on Wednesday last this section! for the past week. His lowed ItMary agree
, a.4 nauseating;, unpleasant effects of cal-
for the western part of Texas: : where family remained at their Carolina Ovlngton White speaks Mary
omel are due to the undesirably violent
+ 1 be will remain for some time. home to which Mr. Branscom re- Phagan'a message not only to the
action it has on the For
j' James Miles was a business caller turns this! week. He sctates however "men of Georgia" but to the men system. a
longtime various substitutes have
be will be his Florida of America and her :
Klsslmmee on Tuesday that at words are full
? at been tried but it .
R t James W. WIT of Kluimmee was home before winter. of pleading for the llvlsg Mary Pha-I was only recently

&t' I> in St. Cloud Saturday on business. Stewart Tyner and wife moved last gaDs who are suffering, as she suffered that the really wonderful remedy, I

r 8. P. Story, of Narcoossee was in Saturday to their newly erected dwelling in the soul-stifling factories LIV-VER-LAX was prepared success

d fv,' flt. Cloud Tuesday morning, drivinga where they are now comfortably laves of insatiable machines. But fully by L. K. Grigaby.LIVVERLAX $6.50 1-

thoroughbred mare. settled here is the "message:" has all the good to

Stewart Ivey and family spent Sun- MARY PHAGAN SPEAKS and none of the bad effects of calomel.It .
cr H.. A eander was in the Wonder :

I City Saturday- coming from Chicago. day at the home of Mrs. Ivey's parents You care a lot about me, you men of is a necessity in every home, always STATE

He expects to locate here later. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson. Georgia now that I am dead. being ready to cleanse the slug. CAMP

a Charles Arnold Co. K., 147th N. Malcolm Overstreet departed last You have spent thousands of dollars grish liver and bile clogged system,
( Near ) .
1 Y. V., arrived IIi St. Cloud'Thursday week for Lake City where he expects: : trying to learn who mutilatedmy with no unpleasant after-effects. Jacksonville rand

:l"fi last from Marclona Mich. Mr. Ar- to enter school for the remainder of body. LIV-VER-LAX is guaranteed to Returnvia.

- '" notd has two lots here and says he the year. You have Oiled columns of your give satisfaction, or your money will

.' g ., thinks he will make bis home here, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet newspapers with the story of my be immediately refunded. Insist on the .

1 ,4, '. Charles Cobb of Juniper Fla.. is attesded church services In Klsalmiiiee wroag. original bearing the likeness of L. K. ATLANTIC COAST LINE

air here looking for a location. Mr. Cobb Sunday. You have broken into a prison and Grigsby. For sale in 50c and $1 bottles

ak f + fit 7r is m, young man and we will be glad School Is progressing evry satisfactorily murdered a man that I mightbe at Osceola Pharmacy. Tk Standard Railroad of thf. omth

r t F'j to number him among our permanent with Mrs. J. H. Steffee as avenged.But .

+. \ residents. teacher. The attendance Is good. why did you not care for m18 Making the trip of inspection in fif- Account National Rifle Matches

4' 4 A fatter from L. C. Riddle who David Locke and family, of Boggy when I was alive teen automobiles, sixty-five businessmen

a' .left here for his home In North Caro- Creek visited Sunday at the home' I was a child but you shut me out of DeLand recently went over the

.,., va .': 'jo. ;..1'.,,,|ta '.,, a,,,,week ago after having been Of J. D. and I. p T1 on. of the daylight new said-oil" roads in the vicinity of I TICKETS SOLD OCTOBER

+ :.j' :f 'ldclrtor'several: weeks, says he has Jack the pet dog of Master. Wilbur You held me within your four walls Eustis in Lake county. They were I P With Limit of October 30th. '

"+ l A:,'gained fifteen ,pounds and will soon and Elton Anderson, suddenly i watching a machine that crashed greatly pleased with the experiences: : -

,4' if be at bis work In St, Cloud again. departed this life'a few days' since through the air. and enjoyed the hospitality of the g-t4- lilt w ?f..sdw. leiS 4r _.I 4. Io..iiW ".... oRdu. t'a '

%+ ;. '" :MrJT.;
/d" Iast'from .:several months' visit tlesnake. :,? \ 'a pleas of wood. "
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Mr D.Woocallc1Iae4fat Kol*. fills) th. plaea aola* dust and A blue ribbon cash worn with a
J ""i.e' b.tedaUgbt.e ** Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr.xand a. .. .
"' ).' '\ :. ,' ":ta: :: '#: Porn' tlna'L" T.' Reed went ] the (Home'of )lr. :and Mra. 'n.; L. th'. smell of oil. quaint white frock and a bonnet li J. C. ICirlJanJ, Division Passenger AgentTampa r ;,.( '
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p' FRIDAY- OCTbBEIt 1, '1915., .. '. ',KISSIMDIEE"VALLEY' GAZETrEr4r' ..-- .!,,I -" '"' 1P .GE:,, _,


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Winter' ParkIsto" have to be erected In 4rc dia by ColonelA. '" '
I' { : a newspa .. "' . ; ,.. , . L i }
per. It will be a four page, six column B. Wllliford cost about 20000. . .. .... .. . . .. .. . .. .. . .......... ....... . ............. . .. .t.
weekly; Issued,every Thursday.It --.- '
r will be called the Winter Park Poet.I The ,advertising committee of'' the fLORIDA THE PARADOXICAL not perhaps' so flittering In their rewards .

The ,editor; F. Ellison Adam, ton of Brevard county board of trade Is of but more staple and thereforesurer
la, ;Mr. Frank Adams, a well known resU fering a prize>>, of $10 In'l'Old for the ft J By F. PAGE WILSO of Eden, Florida '

r dent of Orange county will bring out best write-up of Brevard county and In the Manufacturers' Record Florida, possesses thousands, of

the first issue of his paper during the its resources. The article is not to exceed :: acre.'of land inferior to none and superior !
. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . ., --_ -
latter part of October. At first tie fifteen hundred words and must T T r..T Y .TY..Y... to most for producing .cotton,

paper will not be printed in Winter be in the hands of ,Stanley Lltchy Between now and 1925 America's I ably, but not certainly It" lay with out of the luxury market, owing to sugar, rice besides a dozen other products .

Park, but Mr. Adams says he Is planning chairman, Melbourne not later than most conspicuous field of development I the man himself for each section of the great war, grapefruit was scarcely which have only barely, been '

f/'t.; to have a printing plant there In October K. .' will lie in the southern states. The Florida Is a new country in itself] worth the labor of picking. And tried out" Let a few .of these. thou

the near future. movement started years ago, but in which needs persistent, experimental whole sections are given over to pineapples sands" of acres be planted In "broad.

A petition asking that the city commissioners the waste of post-bellum conditions effort. Perhaps next year that same ] or to tomatoes, or to celery or farm" staples; let the specialty crops.

". Dade county fruit growers and call an election on a fran required time to get into its strid. man, having learned his lesson, will lettuce, and that or the other is considered such as fruits and winter vegetables,

-/I. truck growers will let bygones be bygones chise for an 'electric light and power This it has now attained in earnest, find Nature on his side and will reapa the one crop to grow. Whileall be limited to the lands and growers

and instead of agitating the plant is in circulation in St. Peters and future progression will be with rl.h reward. the time the brightness of the and situations particularly adapted to

,r'I, trouble over the introduction of the burg. The proposition is being back- Increasing impetus. Yes you are bored by the monotonous promise held out by these bonanza their production and the market for

: citrus canker, they will work together ed by the Pinellos Electric Light and Florida] as the most southerly] of the scenery from the train window crops has blinded the eyes of the Florida ] the latter will be Improved and surer; J

in harmony in an effort to stamp out Power company, which concern is southern states, is in the South and and by the absence of activity. But farmers to the numberless other (Continued on Page TenMeffert's -) S

.: the disease through the aid of the fed- anxious to enter the field in St. Peters- yet not exactly of it. The northerlyor if you are lucky and happen to be . r
eral government and all other legitimate burg. westerly part of the state may be I taken in hand by one who knows, you

means. This seems to be the sufficiently typical of the South, andit will be shown, not far from that same

is growing but we have reference railroad, a veritable hive of busy people L
a prevailing sentiment among the mem- The Gaumont Motion Picture Com- ; I 4 S.

bers of the Dade County Fruit Growers pany, of Flushing, N. Y., will send a I now more to that great peninsula where hundreds of boxes of the
and Truckers Association. which juts out into the warm life-in- most ]luscious oranges and grapefruitin
\ d'' company of movie stars to Jacksonville -
fused ocean like the index finger of the world are being picked every
this winter, according to an an- -
the world the I day; where all sorts of vegetables in
7. pointing tropics.
The Hernando county high schoolat ouncement made by S. J. Vaugh, with Trowel Brand Lime
Italy, Greece, absolute leaders of the. the winter, and pineapples in the sum- -
Heard who is
" Brooksville is another of Florida'sducational offices in the building,
older world share and like : mer, are shipped in carload lots
enjoy a
institutions that has -. representing the here in
opened company Both i
'1 geography. Four hundred miles of where palms and cocoanuts, orange Good and Dependable
in for arrivalof
(. with the largest attendance t.he'l making arrangements the II
and winter surround theplanters'
groves roses
land farther
sea-girt dipping constantly
t. history of that school. The enrollment the players. Good because it aids fertility making fruit trees and
... south, with 50 miles of houses; where their owners other
l. the first day was 273 pupils, with every crops much more healthy and vigorous increased
live in assuring -
latitude making a new belt for still a Garden of Eden brought up
r(', <>0 of these in the high school depart- Governor Trammel' Is expected to more tropical forms of vegetation! to date all the year round. and improved crop yields of the test quality.

1.- ment. name a new member of the board of There Desindlble because of its purity-analysis nearly 100 '
" That is what is meant by saying are throughout Florida many per
county commissioners of Dade countyat cent carbonate of lime--and also because
South Florida is not of the South; it such communities as these, and some produced by
vote of than three to one, an early dale to take the place of a concern of twenty-three years' experience.
4 IJy a more is ultra-South, sub-tropical ; with all of them are large ones. But remember
Leon has carried election will be vacated October 1 upon the
county an the wonderful possibilities that this : Florida is a great state, with Ground Limestone

.' in favor of a bond issue for $200,000for organization of Hroward county. implies within our own domain.It 35,000,000 acres of land, and of these 'Hydrated Lime *? '

hard surfaced highways. This insures only one-tenth are in cultivation. It
AGED FLOIUDIANS WED means that Florida enjoys the Rock Lime

Tallahassee and Leon county greatest number of growing days per needs workers-pioneers; but these There Jj a form of Trowel Brand Lime (for every -soil
'. )being on the West Coast Division of will find their copioneers some treatment dud All purpow
Couple Whose Combined Age Is 148 year of any state in the Union; that among aprayi etc. are fully guaranteed
/ the Dixie Highway. The result was a of the finest people in the world- Order r-roitel rand Lime for
Marry In Washington. she can produce not only most of the your grove, or field, garden..
surprise in that the majority was somuch such southern products as cotton, sugarcane well-to-do farmers, retired businessmen I Booklet "ruing Lime on Citrus Grov.." free Let ui
quote pnra and end
larger than it was thought pos- and rice; most of the North's doctors, lawyers, editors, from ,

" sible to hc'i'urc-. Washington, I 1). ('.-A Florida couple fruits, as well as oranges. and grapefruit every state and almost every countryin Florida Lime Company, Ocala, Fla.

whose combined age is one hundred ; to say nothing of pineapples, the world. c SuccMura to -.ul1nIII Imt Ctmnmr

After traveling nearly 3,000 miles and forty-eight years, were united mangoes, avocadoes and a dozen other For all these people Florida seemsto

from then former home in I Delta, t'ol, I in wedlock here today, when Isaac denizens of the true tropics. exercise a potent lure Many make

' and! making the journey nearly all the S, Provost. wedded Mrs. Sarah C. In addition to these, and all of fabulous Hums< of money on small .

. WHY in jiraine schooners, R. M Davis Paire Both are Zephyrhills, I'la fully as much importance, her far- tracts of ]land, breathe an atmosphere 000000600 ooooooOOOOOOOOAO.OOOooooooooo.o. -
and family have aiii\ed in Florida The ceremony was performed by Rev which tastes like the fountain of .. .. . ..
flung latitudinal belts give to her the perpetual ONaN: : :
with the intention of .settling down II F Downs The bridegroom is 75 power of supplying fresh vegetables I| youth, and refuse t to see good NEW CROP JUST SEED:: :

near Saiusotu They left Colorado years of age and the bride is 73. iO the frozen North all fall and winter I in any other place beneath the sun. POSTPAID ARRIVED

laht. October and have been on the The couple selected Washington for and spring-in one relay after another. -I Others are not so fortunate; they fail Crystal Wax Bermuda

t way ever sinceThe their wedding place in order to start ]In other words, she is the winter to find 'the golden key; but the lure is White Bermuda-Pkg.- >kg. lOc ; oz. 30c; % lb. 1.00; Ib. $3.50.

r their "seeing America first" honey- garden of the continent. still there, tempting them to use Red 5c.; Oz. 20c.; % lb. 70c.; lb. $2.26

4. city of I3radentov.ilwill on the moon in the national capitol. "Both Yet .Florida is a paradox; probablythe greater efforts, more brain, and the Louisiana Bermuda Creole-Pkg. 6c.; Oz. 20c; 65c; lb. $2.00. '

d first of.October have free city delivery. have bejjn-maried before.PROMINENT most misunderstood state in the key will be theirs anon. For still othersa Our -pkg;. lOc ; oz. 30c; '4 lb. $1.00; lb. $3.60, "
Bermuda Onion
' Postmaster Joseph. H. Humphries is Union. few, -there is failure, but no lure; best that money can buy,Seed is Genuire Import.d Stock and the v '
'!'\. busy making all the necessary arrangements MEN TO Statistics show that Florida- has only condemnation of the country and KILGORE SEED COMPANY

: made more progress in substantial all that therein is. t
SPEAK AT SEMINARBIG things during the last 10 years than Only last week the writer visited PHONE,216

Application has been made to the any state east of the Mississippi. Her I a new "city" in the wilderness; a city OOO.O.O..OOOo..O..Oo..o.ooe..o.000..000000.0.000..0. \
. .. . . . .. .. ....
- war department at Washington by interested population has increased over 30 per laid out on almost metropolitan lines 'mss
:. Miami parties for permission MEETING OF CITRUS MEN cent; her bank deposits in far greater I with Wide, graded streets and avenues, . ,

k' to construct\ great causeway across AT GAINESVILLE PROMISES, ratio. Income tax returns prove her an imposing plaza, fine stores and business ... .. . .... ..... .. . .. . ..
Biscayne Bay from the city of Miami TO PROVE A GREAT HELP TO to be on a level of prosperity with blocks, dozens of pretty bungalows :. A WISE MAN

-: -. to the ocean beach. It is proposed to FLORIDA'S PRINCIPAL INDUS- many states of three times her popu- and other residences, and a population .., : : t'Y:': ,'II, ;i'J' tarries sufficient FIRE INSUIi- ; f t"

',: use for the filling the sand and rock TRY NEXT WEEK.Dr. ]lation. ] of over 1000 thrifty hustling J r ANCE to. protect Um P PrtyiMofro'.ijJfc1"

excavated in the digging of the deep The Florida agricultural depart- human beings. and asp I.;LIFE, l

:..1 tJ'. water channel to the seas and the cost ment's latest biennial return showed Eight months ago there was nothing iiy in the event to protect bis I...'"I I't-
Chas. J. Brand chief of the of his deataHe
t;:. is estimated at $465,000. that the value of the state's fruit pro- ; only a hazy idea that soon some also Insures his earning capacity. 2
office of Markets and Rural Organi- _
,1 duct for 1913-14 reached $13,447,000, thing would be doing in the myster- by taking out as ACCIDENT and 'rl

;" I In court in Orlando last week, zation of the United States Depart- compared with $10,025,000 in 1911-12; ious region north of Lake Okeechobee, HEALTH POLICY. Be OB' tu s '
ment of Agriculture and probably the safe elde. ?
t. George! Street, the acknowledged leader field crops amounted to $18,861,000, whose water level had recently been We write aU lines )
most widely known authority on market O +
(; of the negro blind tiger underworld in the United States compared with $16,051,000; vegetables lowered through the completion of gigantic I that insure and endurea .

'(" ,, ', in Orlando, was sentenced by Judge conditions I $13,185,000, compared with $8,056,000, canals for the drainage: of the None but RELIABLE old line com- *-ti1f .
I hand I abroad is to be the principal panics in
\Varlow to fine of total of few forerunners this agency.
pay a $1,000 or or a sum agricultural produc- Everglades. A daring -
at the coming Citrus Seminar D. G. WAER
i.. spend one year in the state convict speaker tion amounting to $83,937,000 in 1913- of the development to come had ?A Secend Floor
j. This office has a large of Citizens Bank Bldg.
t camps and was resentenced on a for 14, compared with $63,823,000 in 1911- planted groves and gardens and provedthe Kiasimmee, Flsiv fcV
.,' studying markets, distribution, i
mer count to a fine of $400 or four men 12. Moreover, it is worth noting that marvelous adaptability of the soil /
and other related ,
months' imp/' sonment. organization the acreage on which this product: to to practically every product. Then,

subjects. The last Congress gave this the value of nearly $84,000,000 was six months ago, came the railroad; the i ti .
office the of $257,500 for the
Under the new state law against the sum grown only totaled 1,174,847, and this rest has come since tJ1en.
markets and distribution (
: issuing of worthless checks, C. L. Wig- study of included not only fruit and truck and In one East Coast county with which 1'.

, gins, of Plant] City, has been found alone. Dr Brand, as chief of this I crops of such high value, but the or- the writer is well acquainted, various R. S. FLOYDDealer
work is in position to and will
a give
guilty] in criminal court in Tampa of I dinary farm staples as well. It wouldbe land and colonization companies are

cashing a check at a Tampa store for give the citrus growers authoritative interesting to know the number of draining nearly 200,000 acres of land,
$5 without having funds in the bank information on a subject in which they farmers who have produced these and, remember, reclaimed lands include In ,
. interested.Dr. .
: to meet it. The judge imposed a fine the vitally crops. Drawing a conclusion from some of the very best soil in the

of $25 and costs with the alternativeof Brand will address the Seminar several sources of information to entire continent. Flourishing] towns, Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed ,
of Oct. 8. Other
the morning
sixty days in jail. during which I have had access, I should putit small as yet, are growing up every-
this time will be Dr. B. L.
--- speakers at 50,000 or less, although this is where, which will act, in fact alreadyact Comer Broadway and Dajtin AT.

I According 'to the DeLand News, Hamn-sr, secretary of the Tampa really little more than a rough guess. as nucleii! from which growth and .

"work, on a splendid steel bridge over Board of Trade,'and Mr. L. D. Jones, Such figures as these show what is development will ramify in every direction Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
of the Florida Citrus Exchange -
the St. Johns river connecting Volusia manager being done with Florida land, but they until they meet. Other sec ,

J. and Seminole counties at the head of are far from showing what can and tions of Florida show a similar proI I .
which is to be .I
1 Lake Monroe will soon be authorized The Citrus Seminar might be done. Perhaps this is one cess at work.

:, Jltby the United States war department. held at the University of Florida, of the phases of the paradox which Truly, even yet there is much wilderness ] t

4 j The draw is to be one hundred feet Gainesville, will open at 9:00: o'clcck makes Florida at once the most be- in Florida] to affright the soul.
October 5 in the STOKES
:, wide. Tuesday morning, loved and the most reviled state in of the car-window tenderfoot. But SEEDS

Agricultural building. The program the Union. the point is that the most difficult step

I' .. At a recent meeting of the board! of has been divided as follows]] : You con take your firafc trip down for its removal, the beginning, has already ABE BONN FOB CAREFUL! PLANT EBS ;

directors of the Bank of Clearwater, October Fertilizers and Grove the coast on a Florida railroad and be been taken. Soon, from all these Stokes Seed Farms Company

the decision was reached to increase Management. bored to death by the interminableflat starting points, the work of development ]

!', the capital stock of the bank from October 6-Citrus Canker. pine woods, interspersed with saw. will spread and spread, with MOORESTOWN. NEW JERSEY

j" $50,000 to $150,000, and to erect a new October 7-Citrus Diseases and grass sloughs or an occasional clumpof homes and settlements and towns con .

building at a cost not to exceed $85I ,- Pests. palms. Yet, just out of your sight verging on one another, and then will tN
I 11':\(. 000. October 8Markets.The you may be passing a whole commun- come the day of Florida as the garden .

... railroads have granted a reduced ity pf orange or grapefruit groves spot of the Union for millions of keen-

lra, Titusville had an exciting election rate of three cents per mile for which bring in for their lucky ownersa minded, scientific tillers of small

recently to decide the proposition as the round 26 cents. steady income of $5,000 or $10,000per tracts producing up to the lrnit May Lumber Co. "

to whether the town should] sell bonds year each. Again, that green But while typical, this multiplicityof t?.
).Edward Morrell 80
Clifton, N. ,
to the amount of $36,000 for the purpose patch over yonder! It may be onlya small holdings, intensely cultivated Wholesale and Retail Dealers la 1
old recently received a postal
of purchasing the old plant of years few acres, but ]last winter it pro- in specialty crops of high value, will
card mailed June 16, 1881. The only
r. the Titusville Electric Light Company. duced for market a bonanza crop of not by any means exhaust Florida's YELLOW PINE: LUMBER
postmarks on the card showed that it (
I i The issue was defeated by a vote of lettuce, or celery, or tomatoes-or per- possibilities. The state has suffered j ,}
left New Hampton June 16, 1881, and ;
SO against to 37.for. haps all three-worth a small fortune. much from the too narrow idea of spe- Shingles and
arrived in Passaic July 25, 1916. The Laths. .
writer died fifteen Still another glance, and you may seea cjalization; already.In ,

i t ; Arcadia is to hav free city delivery years- ago.! deserted field where a man plantedthe the old days men came to FlorIda HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

,. eor'dlnrtu.e' announcement of -A GUARANTEED MEDICINE tame crops and came out "broke." ,to grow oranges. Grow oranges "t

:.Postmaster 'Will Platt and the new Oseeobij"C8.yill begin the;first"6f. .October Quick's Chill tonic to cure chills fevers -or lack. of proper preparation or offrtWzor vegetables for. their tables or hay for It- Atteatioi u i fnmft.1 1Jen-r;" 't'tlJir\

Citizens are busily :engaged. }In.n'umIbertng .. malaria and.criptfe. Flavored or poor markets or poor their horses. Inter' they planted .. . _1 oN-JJW-fl::; lt .

r ; their.houses; and. placing mailboxes with "sweet. !spices." Children'i Malt handling. grapefruit; planted that, delectable r Phone 21 t J 'Kissimme ; ff !

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4 ;The' Kissimmee Valley Gazette ulmmec on the cash basis Although it good financial argument for",; would U10oooo.:S }

'., ; might work a hardship on some of us for I it not :be a wise move' fc.''help'txia' band State Press Comment 0. ODD BITS OFNEWS O- ,j

1' ; a time we would soon readjust! ourselvesto financially? "
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+F t e1_ a. :Taller act.y la...., *. K...._ Fl*. the new plan and -within a short time! We have shown in this word'picture \ .... ;.. ooo oo.. o.\.t\

"'! .'....!....... AND R. O. VAH* AQNBW 0.._ nothing culd.te. pt'us to ,return to.Jhe that so far all the assistance the ,boys have THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. 'Daven._J rt. Waah.-Wber, 'C9unty\' '. "

.B. .. NAVOLB. Bdlt r sad ........ old one. received has been" from the County Commissioners The Orlando Sentinel reprint in Prosecutor David McCallum passed a ":,

S .IaeerI.U.. Rtltee' There is only one way to get rid of bad and the Cfty Council who helped full The Tribune's recent editorial on horse hitched to a railing, the aniinal*
O.Copy, On. ..__ _____ _ .
Tear _ ____ 11.80 "Effective "
J On. Qopr.-81a Month.,___-.__.________________ 1.00 accounts and that is to have nov accountsat furnish the instruments to get the band Advertising, based on the nipped at him and pranced around.
One-Copy, Three Months! ___..______________ ,71 remark of '
all And this means that] the rule must started, and from a few public spirited citi a Tarpon Springs man that Struck, by the strange actions, they

ft* All oommunlc&tlonB, from our authorised be enforced in the case of the man who has Zeus whose hands are in tht' pockets most' advertising: addressed to tol1rlat8.and prosecutor' stopped and recognized! ,
correspondents nrtmt b. signed by the writer.Re ,
(' .. ).eted matter will not be returned anl.. called thousands and whose word Is an good an of the time, and as a rule they get the) leastof well-circulated home-seekers ought to be 'placed In. mare which he, as a farm lad, had ,.
&01'. Florida papers. raised but had not for
seen eight
i his bond as well as in the case of the doubtful the'benefitH from their expenditure I
' The editor of the Sentinel
-. (Entered: In the Poatofflce In Kissimmee, Florida. customer on whom the merchant "lakes know fl'oJl'I'lIrH of experience\ that the heartily years. Bystander declared the; horse's
) jaw, aecond-elass matter.! approves The Tribune's position and recognition of the man was unmis
N a chance. local band is good for a community as aconiumnijy. supplements our statements with the takable.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER: 1, 1915. Then why not put the band following:

'- ALL TilE STEAM TO WJIIRTL'llI'l'f' ]-: on n good financial] basis 11M a community All that the Tribune says is cor- St. Albans, Vt.-W, L. Plumley, of :

ale TILE CASH BASIS FOR BUSINESS :- institution? You take from the taxes rect. The local newspaper is con- North Clarendon, has a pet dog which ;

't'' '} is danger that t newspapers, boards funds to make. and keep a park ; you furnish stantly boosting the home town; it is he declares climbs trees to the heightof

", During the past few weeks a number ofbushwliIlI loC j I trade, cities', towns and inclhiduals( willHometime's t the benches, you build a band stand it always is hustling the for you vive and yours; 32 feet. The dog's nails are slightly -
ever on qui for
]lenses of Kisisiinincc i \ hll\'(- adopt do too much talking and lOll and you pay a caretaker, all from\ the taxes. something more pointed than those of on ordinary -
| that will
I appeal to the outside dog, and the padding on his
7 .. ed the cash butds. liUlc acliliil \\ ork. This applies to 11M, "to Now do what is light and put in an appropriation i I world, some item of news that means I feet is broader. Veterinarians! are ata

; They have dec-idc-cl that hereafter they lassiululee and to any oilier places. It each year for $4.00;<)<> to fSOO! ) or I, an asset to the city, which may attract loss to understand how he accomplishes -

will sell" for cash 0111\'. The rule will be was aptly demonstrated" by a story told. in more, Net aside for the band that they can 'j'I a home-seeker or bring visitors his feat.

enforced without any exceptions. the "State," a weekly publication in Jacksonville hire a comix-tent) director or teacher buy I to the section who have money to in- -

y We believe that these" merchants haw which wrote as follows : new music, and get new uniforms once\ ill | vest. For 365 days in a year a newspaper Blueflelds, Nicarauga.-Jose Aguidois

,. ._taken a wise step. "'f' woqld] like to sc-c- This good one is going the rounds on the a while. I I is constantly alert and on the an example of a strange reversalto

every business house in KinNimmev: adopt ; Chamber of Commerce : A short! while ago What a lx>ost to a town is a good bandstand I ', job. A newspaper's recompense comes the savage. When his sister violated -

SS + e a similar plan. there was an assemblage of the faithful of well]) lighted, well trained band, newclean from its advertisers and subscribers.In an edict regarding marriage to her

SuCh action would be of as much benefit I this great body and after the usual routine uniforms. The harmony that they the smaller cities additional rev- cousin, Aguido cut out her heart
to the customers as to the stores. Some of I of each enue is secured from job jrinting and t baked it and ate part of it. He confessed -
tossing bouquets at other until will unfold to that community and the commercial printing.

I them would, of course, feel that this was they tired a "buttinsky" arose! and actually I wealth of musical productions will more The local newspaper is always and will be hanged./

not the case, but it is sure that time would had the gall to ask why the Board of Trade than pay for every dollar invested. scheming and planning, and laboring Philadelphia, Pa.-Mrs. R. C. NUck-,

show them the wisdom of the move. [ never got anywhere in its undertakings -- for'a better community, for a more 1 les, of Dallas, Tex., has a six-inch pet

v One merchant alone stated thin week,, "Why, we do less and make more noise prosperous community.The Chihuahua with an appetite for diamonds -
a ) that he .had charged off his books as ab5o-J I than any bunch I can now think of. "'hut'8I "GO TO SUNDAY CIIOOI SUNDAY paper i. always pushing you A recent meal consisted of a

lutely worthless $3700 in accounts since)I the matter with us?" and your people to the front, givingyou valuable stone from a handsome la-

'r the first of the year. Multiply this sum by:; Charlie Jones answered the query. He Kvery man, woman and child in Kissimuiee a good word before your neigh- valliere. A veterinary performed a
,' the number of business houses in school at some bors and the public, assisting you to delicate operation before the said : Jentlemen, years ago when 1 first should] go to Sunday \ gem was
F mee now doing a credit business and you came to Jacksonville there was a very small church next Sunday. build up a reputation which will be recovered.

will readily realize how much these stores excursion boat with a large whistle running They could] find no better place] to spend' of inestimable the of value to throughout -
years your New York, N. Y.-Mrs. Jeanette
j' have lost. on the St. Johns river. I remember hour two.
an The paper devotes hours and Schwartz, 106 years, who weighed less
:Pid the merchants lose all of this vast this boat well for 1 often rode on it. It
There are too many of us in these struggling many pages in advertising the natural j t than twenty-five pounds, died recent-
amount? would run like a rabbi\for a short distance bustling, alouey\ -se'king times, who advantages of the community ly. She was two and a half feet tall.

Ko ; it was borne partially] by them and and stop, and when it t stopped it would have forgotten the lessons we learned at your community-and in seeking to I'At a party held just before her death,

t; partially by their customers. No man is blow that whistle.] You could hear that our mothers' knees.Let's enhance the welfare of your community -'j I i she recited and danced.

going to run his business at a loss, if he- whistle farther than l you could SIM the boat, and 1 and yourself. 'I
children again just for a day <<
:;, can prevent it. lie knows thai if he is doing and the noise it made was something deaf crowd the churches of Kissimmee to the The paper is working seven days of 1 New Bern, N. C.-A 3-gallon carboy

''J;' a credit business) he- will lose! a certain ening. This running and stopping and Sunday morning.Tin the week for the community, and for of "monkey rum" in the office

t'f percentage of accounts. If lieis a wise blowing was repeated throughout ecrytiip. overflowing point on you, and for yours I of U. S. Commissioner Chas. B. Hill,
1-Moiida. Sunday}; School Associationhas The duty of the is to showed the color of the liquor to be
t f mercha/it he adds just!!t that" percentage to The captain explained that the boil paper sup- ,
set aside" Sunday, Octoln-r ::5rd t as Florida ply you with the legitimate news of milky and the smell like that of mo
; his margin of profit and the cuMomelhelps' crs didn't hold enough steam to blow jhe, I
i<<] "(Jo to Sunday School] Day.'t'his the town and community. But the 1 lasses. Moonshiners in North Carolina \,-
bear that 1058.r whistle and run the boat at the "same t time
much farther. Its laborsin 1 are making and xellng/ in large
paper goes
and. that he of the boat that is the first t definite mo\c looking
was "so proud
:Now if business house-" was on a ; I
every [ behalf of the community are endless quantities It is made of water, mo-
lie felt] it ble'nv the towaid a systematic-" ((( increase ill Sunday j
i strictly cash basis! they could afford to sell a duty to ( whistle" c\cn : i and without end, and it will continue 1 lasses and certain unknown chemicals.
and customer would at the cost 1 of getting; nowhere. :Now g.1'1I-1 I school attendance throughout: the state.1
at lower prices e\cr, to advocate the cause of community I 1 After working the liquor is 100 proof
tlemen. cut the whistling" out of the ( 'hIIII' This "special' day is" for all denominations.Available ( .
'f profit thereby. :I I progress as long as it is a and a saucerful will burn for five
The credit plan of busine".s! i in I I the smaller]} her of < 'oinmri and see if 1 that isn't, I the I "statistics" show! that there arcapproximately paper.-Orlando Sentinel. i minutes when lijrhtod.' The "monkey

r towns throughout\ I the count.\ has! IMM-II the remcd\, '." I : Stllltlll'bite!( peopleenrolled] 11 I Hoards of trade and other bodies'i.which I II jan" lasts three times' as long as
) ) school books of all are contemplating large whiskey drunk, and ends with fright"a" v
greatest' help the big mail order houses' .- upon' the( Sunday dc-j I expent !

have llIll).' it has enabled( them" to flood YAU'KorA HOMETOWN 1 : HAND; : ) nominations. This means that only about[ ,.ditures in advertising space in distant I ful delirium ticiHfns.' __ _ J
attend the Sunday t sessions." Fur magazines and periodicals ought to
fcajures OIKin ten
; the coturlryith catalogues'! making -
i take these things into consideration.- I.MI'OKTAM.NKUS: : :
", ;: of a few: "leadeis"upon. which tll1'offt'I'l'd .\ The. follow ing \\ell'\\iitlen.] was; t thc-pui-poM-': c'icatiiypgo. to Sunday school! |' I Tampa TI ibune. I II FROM (U TSIDElitre

r: prices ridiculously low to catch fill'nishc-d" the- \' ille\, ( ;Ja/.elte li\ one of 'sentiment t and producing' go to Sunday i icm -c-

the trade; of the unwary. Once- attracted readers who biliersilh" us that I : I the i iOUI' 'I whool 'iroiimenl in every county, city I The Tampa Times is afraid the i i is ,,""II\<' poof, of good times
't by these "leaders'1 tjie country buyer hand. deser\' I the sniport] I of thepublic( : I I hamlet and \illage. the Florida: Sunday-; blowing up of a saloon in 1'bor City i and the success possible for an articleof

J thought he was getting everything\ cheHpe-r What l e-nelit] to a community is a l baud>: :? School Association selected October) :trd as I will give rise to "more unjust criticism honl'sl"JUl', when nuked 1 by good

t'' and bought many articles at higher prices Of professional" band, whose players are in appropriatetime' for a united\ .effoi t of from antagonistic sources." Not a advertising in the right newspapers.If .
forces of the Floiida schools.Joverwor bit of it. We think it commendable there has ever been a questionin
than those charged by the homemerchant.. artists and] whose playing is a finished" product ibe. entire a

He paid "cash", in advance- the mail order there is no chance for argument ( ; 1'ark Trammell has issued a movement which should be encouraged i the minds of our readers regardingthe
all. If fear of the Davis law is 1 productiveness of the Gazette
r k 4 house and the freight besides. If the it bears the same relation to the community special' proclamation calling upon )people Valley -
driving saloon owners to blow their as a business medium, that
{ local merchant could get "cash in advance"for that the art galleries and libraries do. So; everywhere to attend Sunday school' on\ up I ques-
business it is a better law than we at tion is settled definitely now. ,
his stock he could et the majority therefore take it for that the In this he is following the
granted hat day. doing first considered it. Let the good work We have just received a big:.contract q
of the prices o? fife'mail order houses and above query refers to the ordinary countryor custom "wet, by the governors of Kentucky_ go on, Tampa would do well to fur- I for advertising space from the Calu- ,

'could give the, purchaser immediate delivery village band, whose name is legion. Georgia, Mississippi and other states nish the dynamite free.-Arcadia En-_ met Baking Powder Co., manufacturers '\0 .

against a delivery] in ten days or two I have played in them and I have taught where this'! movement\ has proved a wonderful terprise. of the famous Calument Baking:

weeks. them and I have set in the park evenings success beautifully does the governor I Powder.

S \ We realize that credit to some' men "seems and listened to them, and it would take xpjss the idea in his proclamation. The editor of the country Year after year, at this season, they

8 j.. an absolute necessity, but to even. that inightly strong tinanc-ial interests to make The interest ]iu this special day has is something more than a newspape"l make their contracts with the leading '.

? ; class, if once delivered from its clutches, me live ill a town that could not or emld. wonderfully since the first nit ary hack. He is often the chief booster 'publications. They advertise in thou((
grown 1
and and thousands of
,?v credit'would become something to be ab not, support its band. nouucelnentvaIs\ made a littll''I' a month of his community. He tells his ' newspapers
throughout the and in
,1 country are a
; '! ; horred., Every man likes! to fe-el coin in "Of benefit to the community." As the ago. Definite plans'! for monster rallies what home they people ought what to they do to can make do their and |M position to know the value of news-

his pocket and hear it jingle.\ ] Once 011 a community is made up of individuals! ] so have; been made) in many of the cities. Both town a better and a brighter one. The 'paper publicity. -

t cash basis this same class of men would anything affecting. the indhidual affects Jacksonville and Tampa Sunday school associations editor keeps reminding them that they |> The absolute purity, the unquestioned '

have money to jingle. We know this to be community.. There is iu the- human are active, and each city promIHCH need paved streets, modern sewer system i j'' wholesomeness and wonderful economy -

r' a fact. We have tried it personally. breast that which demands amusement, to have at least! 1 ,500 in its Sunday electric lights and telephones I j'' of Calumet Baking Powder, all

I, However honest a man may be, the credit enjoyment, relaxation, and if w.. e-arnot: schools October :3rd. .Many other cities lie keeps reminding the world at ||I backed by honest advertising in the
will make him less He begins it home from hornto similar increases. right mediums has succeeded in building -
system so. get at we are going and towns are planning large of the progressiveness! decency ,
I? s; to think that it is not his business to seek get it.The. The Florida Sunday School Associationhas and desirability of his home town asa i I i for them a tremendous businessand
he and him but rather and ever alert place to live. He explains why it' enviable reputation. This year
the man owes pay Lyceum Chautauqua, set the state attendance goal for that Calumet
| advertising will be much
of the he to seek him to and has organizations of is healthier than anywhere else and very
1 the duty man owes help uplift, many day at 100,000This means an increase II different from any of the previous
and collect. lie puts the burden upon the that are secured in the usual way I to till 20,000 over the normal attendance. Indic why the other birds sing sweeter the there surface than of years. One of the country's best
at on
( .business man and by so doing increases the this desire. This means more progress, cations now point to an even greater attendance Mother any I character artists has created for Cal-

1& t\ ;host of the articles he purchases for he for we are now setting up musical stand- ; and it will not surprise the leaders Often he is not appreciated for his umet a cute little character which will

.. 'adds to the expense of maintaining a busi- ards. Is there a financial side to this of the movement if 110,000 or even 120- true worth, but he is one of the pow- housewives in his own individual way

rjiess both in actual employment of more question? Yes ; two of them. We all believe 000 attend the various schools of the state. ers that hold the world together. I how to secure the best results in bak-

-, : help and .in the interest on the money in- in advertising our town. Look at Go to Sunday school day is for every Tampa Tribune. 'Ing.
yested. Chicago. Her public spirited citizens finance There -+- 4
s rfit of denomination. are
s : Some of our readers may say--Yea, that not only grand opera and symphony school' every At least two denominations Conquer the habit of worrying The county tax books in Duval .

,'!. all well and good, but we don't believes concerts for the winter, but also an im- no exceptions. It If you want to be happy In this county show that the assessment for
using this same day as rally day the year 1915, 'Including real estate
are little wone'
will cut his when band for the One of the you, becoming a day
i {that the.merchant prices mense summer. efforts
is most fortunate that these special after day until'It holds you In such personal, and railroads and telegraph .
(credit is 'dethroned." reasons they do this'they say is that Chicago
coincide. It, means that in every part of an unrelenting grip that you area is $42,283,800. Last year the total
We ask-=why shouldn't he? With credit be advertised and placed in the The
may the state attendance at Sunday school will Veritable slave to Its dictates. was $38,628,057. county tax rate

;, .no longer a bait to the customer, the merchant front rank be popular bit of conversation.The Shake off' fear, fill your mind with is 26 mills.
v ;:; is on an 'equal with others in the Well, if a band is good for Chicago, as a School Associationhas happy thoughts, look; into the future -

:same line of business and competition an advertising or financial reason, why is Florida Sunday unafraid, and be thankful;
k for in all
'would force him to'sell at just as arnarginof it not good for the smaller community, prepared a program for the blessings of the present.

profit as is consistent with fair and I believe, judging by my own ex Sunday schools on this occasion. The pro- No matter how bad your condi- I

and well adapted to be thankful for. If
work being to
school you
could make just as much money and possibly I lived midway between two towns ; one ,
have health,
are you may a
r more selling at a lower price than he had a band, the other had not. The towrt any congregation. blessing pqpr many of the rich wouldbe
.., counting with the band' concerts two nightsin The ministers throughout the state are ..
now makes at a higher figure, enjoyed willing to pay for dearly. If PRUDENTIAL
; ' the losses he sustains from bad accounts. the week. I was at that town twice ev- urged to preach Sunday school sermons on you are 111 you may at least be l> {HAS ITHE 1

;w He would have ready cash to discount his ery week. What merchandise and supplies September 2Gth or October 3rd, thus form- happy In the tender ministrationsof STRENGTH OF'GIBRALTAR
bills tothe' ; wholesale houses and with were needed came, from that town., This ing, with the special Sunday school efforts"", friends and relatives around ? _

.: !\ .credit, discontinued all over the territory habit became a custom, not alone by me, a firm, united movement, emphasizing the the good there la In It, look for
it wouldfcot but of the and the one theme-the supreme value of the Sunday the best, do your best, and you S ;
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P I" be long until lfie wholesale price to the gagements this band played in the sue :schooL l.... __ will Orlando have cause to worry.- S.....?

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a 'V -(1.. So we see:that if town latter,tdwn were llttta ahead in the estimation of everyone, the Florida Sunday school association predicts If yon will consider the men In this '7"

,J-o:Jdi\ xx>ntinue: ;'these! ;; ('eel|:;plan th i...effects6f as A lire town. That is business. phenomenal results for Florida's first town who are well off you will find ,- : :':r..rmeskrpt; Piiet; ti., .,

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,' BERNARD C. ANSTED, Pres. W. ". DAWES, V. Pres. MRS. S. II. BULLOCK, Prin. Art Dept. MISS DIEBNER, Modern Languages

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; The Florida Farmer and Home-
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, seeker comments as follows on
f' Valley Gazette: tale: growing interest in Florida fr.rm-
If the people of Kissimmee really 0
want to bring visitors here, why years ago any
f OFF THAN FIFTY-NINE OUT OF SIXTY PERSONS Dart of the North, the m n whoish- I
i YOU MEET ON THE STREET. thresh out so much straw to get a few ed to make hlmsey the butt of ridicule All State and County Licenses are due and payable October f ;

grains, when we have right at our simply lifted that he owned land in'I
1st. This incladef License for all kinds of business antomobiles "
door the greatest thing to bring tour- Florida. Most people in the North ,

7x Do than $1,000 a or more, there are in the United ists here and to hold them that be thought there was very little land in : These Licenses
you earn more year can Florida They h...* rend l a rood many I etc. must be paid before the FIRST DAY OF '
: ? States approximately 1,500,000 with
year providedOUR FRESH WATER stories about people buying Florin
I If better off than fifty- incomes of more than $1,000 a year NOVEMBER. On that
so, you are FISHING. Few towns in the state land by the quell, and imagined/ that day informations will be filed against
in the The last showed
nine out of every sixty persons census 38,167,366
United States persons engaged in gainful occupa- are so well situated for that purpose.It the lake,state densely was populated one large/ by swamp alligators or every one in Osceola County subject to pay License Tax wbo bas

'. Statistics compiled show that the tions. The total population at that has, without doubt, done more in snakes and mosquitoes. This was especially -
average yearly income of persons employed time was 91,972,26/1/ and the numberof the past to make Kissimmee than any true in parts of the middle not done so. There will be no exceptions. If in doubt as to "
in the principal industrial statesof 10 years of age or over was
i persons west. where the fathers and grand-
f the Union range from $501 to $510. 71,580,270' Fifty-three percent, or a other thing we have. It is the on fathers of the present population located whether yon are subject to a License Tax, confer with the proper
Dr. Frank II. btreightoff, an autho.- little more than half, of all the persons thing that has made St. Petersburgand on 50-cent government land
f- ity on economics, places the minimum in the United States over 10 it has attracted many tourists to fifty years ago and wore themselvesout officers before November 1 st. Excuses will not be accepted after +

family income adequate to the maintenance years of age were engaged in gainful Miami, Ft. Myers and many other with hardships. and privations,
of normal living conditions in occ'upations, hook making the barest kind of a livingfor that date.
cities to and line fishing.
the smaller cities of the North, according They were engaged as follows: enjoy their families.

____ to the general prevailing American Agriculture _u _ u ____12,659.203 There is a state law prohibiting Au. time pasHed on more and more W. B. CRAWFORD, R{
notion of decent living\ / at $10.l;:; Extraction of minerals ____ 9<>4,824 seining in 'East Lake and Lake Toho- of these pioneers carne from barren
Accordingly, unless more than one Manufacturing and mechanical Prosecuting Attorney.
farm lands in eastern states and final-
i' member of each household contributes. industries __ _'__n_ ____10,658,881 pekaliga. This law, it is generally ly (general conditions began to improve -|
to the household expenses the incomeis Transpnrtatioi-------- JM7,831: believed, is being violated every nightin The land steadily increased

$lr,U a year less than adequate Professional service ___ _ l,6fi,569: the week, including Sunday night. in value until today some> of the 50 .
Estimates compiled show that not Domestic and personal service Our fish are being taken out by the cent lands sell for 9250 per acre. I ,
more than one person In every twen- I __n _ n_ _ ___ 3,772,174 Those old-timers who lived throughit
loads and shipped to northern .
ty-tive engaged! m gainful occupationsin I Miscellaneous occupations 1,7J7,05J: : now sit around trying to look like t '
the United States earns over $1,000a According to the estimates made as markets, and one of the greatest at- captains of industry. They have a
year Jhe latest census returns show : to the number of persons in the United tractions we can have is being ruined. notion that thejr shrewdness and busi-i

that only 40 per cent of the populationis : States making in excess of $1,000a Apparantly our oflcers whose duty it ness acumen them on easy i 11| The favorite Store of Kissimmee
so employed From this the deduction I year and the returns made to the is to enforce the law are indifferentto street mstea Feed mere increase I I
,4. is made that not more than one I Treasury department on the income increase in Os of their lands I'
person in every sixty men women and tax statements, there are in this coun- the question; and our.public speakers which invariably goes hand-in-hand I''' .
children in the United States earns try 1,169,097 persons who have incomes side-step the issue. with the increase inpopulation |! :

$1,000 a year or more of more than $1,000, but less Many Northern farmers are not net- :
In the of Kissimmee
early days men
While the federal government has than $3,000.When ting themselves over two or three FURNITURE ?
'; never made a survey of the earnings i I the law wa -passed it was believed who enjoyed fishing have brought per cent on the present value of their i.
) of the entire population, statistics have that over 100 persons in the their families to the hotel and spent farms. The average farm in Iowa .

+-- been compiled on certain industries. United States had incomes of more the winter here. They would go out and Illionois will not bring a.sufficient ,
The last table made on the earningsof than $1,500,000 a year. The returns gross rental to pay over four "tt
railroad employes shows that only : showed only forty-four to be gettingmore probably two or three days during the per cent on the investment it repre-
seven men out of every 100 earned : than $1,000,000. Similar reduc- week and catch three of four largemouth sents. Out of this must come taxes
t,! as much as $1000 a year. Earnings of' tions were made in all classes black bass with a fly or live and repairs so if it were not for the -WE HAVE IT j
male employes under 21 years of age I In some industries of the United bait. These winter visitors go back continual advance in farm values
were not considered. Neither were I States the number of employes receiving few people would be interested in -
and tell their neighbors and Kis-
the earnings of female employes. If $6 and $7 a week is twenty give owning farms in those states. v
there are but seven adult, male em- times as great as the number receiving simmee more free advertising than Florida farm lands have several 4.
ployes in every 100 making over $1000 $25 a week. In the cotton industry in we could get in any other way. advantages over those of any sectionof r t' '
t,J. a year, statisticians are confident that New Jersey there were 1,007 employesat As it now is, our state law is be- the North In the first place la connection with" oar Hardware line .e carry a complete 'f.
'" not more than tour employed persons $6 and $7 a week to forty-mne at their crops are far more valuable, and line .f furniture W. make ti specialty of outfitting ....*,'.... .1
in every 100 are making over $1,000 $25. A survey made in New Jerseyin ing violated every day and our fish it is also possible to raise 'from two handle reliabl. I .-; "' ,*:. : ' 1.
when the low salaries of female em- 1908 showed the average annual shipped to St. Louis, Kansas City and to four crops per year on the average -,
playes and minor males is figured in wage in 2,127 establishments in that other places We get up an open air Florida farm. Another very important "'.
the average state to be $500.14. The number of point is the) present low selling | Bed Room .
and talk about how to Furniture
bring Dining
meeting of Florida lands-none but the 1
'sp. With one of every twenty-five per- persons employed in that numbe of price i \ H
I here and to furnish attract ricK can buy a farm in Iowa or
people ,
,'."- sons in the country making $1,000 a establishments was 278,964. Illinoi8/ Room Suits Outfits Parlor '
whereas:' the / s 4
i n ions to hold them. We can do this by poor may Kitchen. \
Vlorida farm that will earn ,
stopping the seining on our lake. under proper conditions, more than I Suits Odd Chairs Rockers

The fish in Lake Tohopekaligashould four times the income per acre he ..
f MOVEMENT BEGUN TO ADVANCE could" Northern farm. One "
; ex on a Couches Etc.
be for the benefit of the entire lest
I lof the and perhaps one of thegreatest ,
4,000 population, furnishing cheap advantages/ in favor of Florida t tiI
STOCK INDUSTRY IN THE SOUTHEncouraging food and thus help to makexeii I farms is the climate that goes l, .,;

food and thus help to keep down the i with them. Not long months of snowi This store is making a record for itself la the matter .. r\ ,J
and I bitter cold weather-just bright
.. -- high cost of living. Now they are be- warm days and God's sunshine- freeto helping people to outfit homes. Cone sad .... Our prices are d

manifestations of increasing bankers from Birmingham, St. Louis, ing seined and shipped out, and the everybody. right +.i,

interest in stock raising are Chicago and elsew .ere. An interest- money goes into the pockets of a few Florida farms are steadily advancing \ ','
I appearing in various parts of the ing feature of this meeting was the and besides, law breaking is being en in price. Three years ago it was ;;,
t.. South at this time, says the Manufacturers proposition to organize a stockmen's an easy matter to find fertile unimproved -
.,' Record. The tremendous importance bank with capital of $1,000,000 to finance couraged.The farm lands in almost any partof TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS :
\" of building up a cattle industry the cattle men of the South. ..state law regulating salt water this state selling/ for $20 per acre. CI

:;t in all portions of the South apr The proposition was endorsed by bank fishing ij being enforced. Why not Today they are $50, $60 and $70 per

pears to be appreciated now to a ers from Chicago and elsewhere, who our fresh water fish law? acre. The advance is due next N. matter what kind of a* Eagiae yen !kaTe-Gas: Steam a ':
fall and northern
greater extent than ever before. recognize that the financing of the The, man .
t? Meetings of cattlemen's associations cattle industry of the South is a factorof A BOOSTER. who has been planning to own a Flor- Railroad or Stationary Eagiae-we b... exactly tke Tools. yea q :

:.' are being held, organizations are being importance. The importance of ida farm some day had better make seed la your everyday work-Wreathes, Hammers, Oilers, etc, ( 41,.
.,... perfected to foster the growth of the knowing how to handle cattle, having GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" his selection during this summer. all of the best quality and worluaaaskip, aid at.prices that will I,
;. cattle-raising industry, and individual neither too few.nor too many to han- No longer is the Florida farm owner
the of
attention is being given to the subjectby dle advantageously, was pointed out, the butt of ridicule in the North- surprise yea. store repatatioa sandbag oaJy p
> farmers, merchants and bankers in but the prime requisite in establishing even in those self-satisfied agricultural bard war. that is ol superior qaality and. ye* will make .. aria. -k

uf:' various places throughout the South. bankable credit was declared to Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm sections like Iowa and Illinois. take ia coming hero NOW and isp.eti.g..r big stock. ,
rl: Mention was made not long ago of be honesty and integrity. "A pros- tender tittle Stomach, Liver The reason is that many of the native I j
.$. iJL the shipment of a trainload of cattle pective borrower," bs One speaker putit and Bowel. sons ofthose states have come! seen "z ..
4' from Kissimmee, Fla., to the stock- "may have limited capital, his security and purchased and are proud otheir ,'.'1'.
wards at St. Louis, and further information may not afford all the margin Florida holdings They know that
from Florida demonstrates that a first-class bank loan should Look at the tongue, mother! If Florida land makes good. Osceola Hardware

,r------. that a great interest is being taken have, but if his business and personal coated, your l little one's stomach, liver Company }
in the raising of Herefords and other dealings have been above reproach, A blue ribbon sash worn with a "*
'i. high-grade beef cattle, and the growth he has gone a long way toward establishing and bowels need cleansing at once. quaint whit frock and a bonnet is >
"'1 of the stock industry in that state credit. If the banker knows When peevish, cross listless, doesn't .r n '
It;, seems to be on a firm foundation that.the proposed borrower is diversifying sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever- quaint and pretty. .\ .

\;!! In North Carolina much public interest his crops, is keeping his soil ish, sour stomach, bad breath; has :r;
is being taken in improved and rich, has his fences and Improvementsin
iraC. extended methods of stock raising, good repair, carries. insurance on sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, givea '

.. while in Mississippi in other statesof his buildings, grows a large propor- teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Limited
the South the farmers as well as tion of what his family and labor eat, Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,
Iii merchants and bankers, are recognizing as well as his animals, and has about constipated waste, undigested food I U Potash supply has'given V Vj
r.-j: the great value to the entire community him hogs and chickens and milch cows, an incentive to look
': which this form of diversified as well as beef cattle, he may be fairlysure and sour bile gently moves out of its
I'I agriculture gives. that the loan risk is a good one." little bowels without griping, and you more thoroughly into plant nutrition y ,

"I There is no disposition to urge the have a well, playful child again. Ask with view to utilizing products at hand to the
" farmer to entirely abandon Love of the almighty dollar has been very'best
' I cotton growing cotton and concentrate wholly the sentence to perdition of many a your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of purpose. The result of our efforts along this lines

'../it on stock raising, the contention being soul, which otherwise' might have had "California Syrup of Figs," which con-
I 'I y that stock raising should go hand in some hope of heaven. But the man tains full directions for babies, children "Florideal

< hand with other activities of the farm. who sends his neighbor to untimely of all ages and /or grown-ups. Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less Potash .

1 i Stock raising is a means of increasing death by refusing to keep clean his
while at the It b so carefully blended that where land '
individual L
4 (independence, premises, because it costa real money Kate Douglas Wlggln. the authoress properly prepared we will put it' -
I). same time"stock raising by farmer in "" against Ayfertai er mixture of same ammonia and phosphoric acidoan- '' '.
-whatfate be invented than
prepared mere $60,000 a
I -- netal'wouldR.NyiitcrOasd! the should or year "
(fn' ,' -g prosperity of the South as a whole. -for him? And the: city that Irom her royalties' on: plays taken -4'- _ssssssssmWt tent, regardless\of percentage of potash. Send for z artlculata: .i

1 r, "' Significant* recognition the imf' backs him in his selfishness and greed from her most popular novels. as lid' & a .,
: : portance of increasing' attention to, is hardly less to blame. W son TootaerFertili: r;Cov( '
stock raising itr.the;South Is found in;, it ''
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'.-. -" Moseley) Marie Boyd, Kathleen BearVden Coach Harris Senator; Dpnegan C
li Wenner, Sawyer. Sargent and Begins Buys 0 ADDITIONAL LOCALS, O

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.' }$ Society Notes .JJ DOLLAR HARVEST* * SOCIALThe Work In Football' the, Graystone( Hotel j Cloud. Tile last Smith night orchestra toplay'went for, a tq dance, ,St.,,. .,i

ladies of the Methodist church ,'
.Jf; (Mattie Bell Harris Edna) tield a dollar harvest social at the (Continued from Page 1)nough ) < Continued. from( Pag* 1)T, ," the orchestra who made the trip"were ''t I

.. home of Mrs.. J. Z. Roberson last Fri- z- ; .... y
men teams 'I \ ,1 : Prof Marks violin and cornet -;
to divide Into two '- .' J .
e .. ,,Request!' to all patron el tk. Valley GatetU t. teed Item day evening for the Benefit of. the for the purpose of giving the boys' ornate Interiors' of'some of the gilded -: ;/Tony Regero, violin; Chariest)} k,' Itr

tt for ia these colunnf carpet fund. Te house was decorated palaces masquerading under the Regero. clarinet Arthur
.. y ,IctfcJy iHitd to tk. Editor publication training through actual "play. > 1 ; Cooper pi-
to represent the seasons. In one title '"hotel" have not been imlta-(
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Prof. Harris is being assisted In' ano; Ludlam bass horn; W. Q.f

) l'' >e 10 I !," | a | o i 01 e IP10 10 IB 010101010101010'0101010' room the decorations: were roses his work by P. K. Weaver, cashier of ed here. Instead, every effort la madeto Hankins, drums; Harper Caster.] "
ferns and prn k vines to represent
contribute to the comfort and enjoyment trombone Gus
; cornet. E.
TALENT TEA on the Victrola were enjoyed. Dainty the Citizens Bank, who is a former !
miner and spring; In another, poln- of ten guests and while the Lusk and Ed.
p ,;Mrs. Wr U Paulk and Mrs. J. Wade refreshments were served. They expect college player and Ted Glenn. Roberts went along to| _
aettlas. Spanish moss, daisies and
r appointments of the Graystone hotel chaperone the f
Tucker' are'entertaining tee Talent to hold these socials monthly. 1 The asuad will not average much party. :
fall and winter
ioldenrod to represent In their
are exquisite tastefulnessand E. A. Florida
\ editor
'Tea .this afternoon at the home of C. w. wBKWINO more than 120 pounds in weight but 'Yrl&'bt. of the
CIRCLEMiss : The program was arranged to beauty of design, yet the garish Grower, of Tampa, was a visitor Ini'
Mean Tucker on Emmett Btreet.I according to the coach there is
I Vera Johnson delightfully 'entertained carry out the scheme of the decora- plentyof glare and pomp of the show places is the city last Friday having come/.':'1 .'
VA'KTY tions. vocal solo, In May speed and endurance, which with ; J'
_.ROOK the young girls'; sewing: cir- here to five Klssimme and this sec-
:))Itre. R. p. Thomas delightfully cle last Friday afternoon at her home Time, Miss Ella Mae Gilbert, summer the open style playing now in vogue Wide verandas extending both tlon of Osceola county a "write-up" '
vocal bolo TJedoln Love Song under the new rules will do much to the of the
entertained ot her home on Clyde on Brack street The afternoon wa jlong the front and rear In his publication He was shown

r'' avenue Tuesday evening with a rook spent very pleasantly new Ing Delicious !Miss Alma Griffin; reading as the offset what is lacking in weight. building I afford! excellent facilities for about the city and taken around the .

1\ party. After several games of rooka refreshments of Iced lemonade Moon Rose Miss l..ot tlu> Lawler; via I | The organization of an Athletic out-door enthusiasts, while a spa- I immediate country sections by W. B.

> Inn solo, Miss Helen Jones; voctl Association will be begun within a few eio4is billiard parlor and smokingroom Harris
dainty ice course was served. Those and cake were served Those II and J. W. !Miller In Mr. Mil-

L present were Misses Ethel and Cor- present were: Misses Verna Hairi lOla, Goodbye Summer, Miss Kill | days to look after the financial end of are also Included in the interior ler's machine Mr. Wright was Impressed -

Inne Gilbert Cecelia Overstreet son, Lilian Haris, Margaret Kenton, Mae Gilbert; Autumn cong, by four the game. Whatever success the arrangement. An adequate dining with the growth of this section -

Messrs. Leon Estey Sam Lupfer and Norma Reeves, Gladys Griffin, Ath llttie; girls; reading When the Frost school makes in athletics will largelybe room tastefully decorated and a sample of Florida and may be expected -

le\ On the Pumpkin Murray Over- dependent upon the patronage of for the of to it
( Walter Thomas.STKNOLAKKAN. alia Griffin. Nellie Woodall, Josephine room use traveling give a splendid boost in his
Thelma street; reading! Eleanor Overstreei; the games played at home and Prof. salesmen are Important features of paper.J. .
Orlffln Woodall, Mar-
y SOCIETY garet Waring Elizabeth Waring reading Winter, Mm Hsgsdale After Harris hopes that the citizens of the the Grays tone as well. M. Hughes, of Beaver Falls, Pa.,

t The Btenolakean Literary society Geraldine Johnson. the program the "dollars" were town will come out loyally to all of There are in the hotel proper and who Is connected with the new Tucker -

held its first meeting Wednesday afternoon .. ''aken and when counted amounted the games. As football has not been annex seventy guest rooms, together Brick company, returned Satur- \..

in the school auditorium UTOLAKKAN fiT A.....' thirty-one dollOi r". Ref:eshmeatd of played here to any marked degree in with sixteen bathrooms, some of the day after spending the summer In-

The following program was render The following staff for the High cake sad pun-?h were iterved. the past, there are many among those rooms being arranged in suites. Ev- looking after Interests there. He was

c: ed: Piano solo Maud Alice Wagner School paper, "The Utol&kean." have *. who live here who like the game. To ery room in the entire house is in charge of the experiments conducted ,

p recitation. Betty Pherigo; violin solo, been appointed: editor In chief, KAPT1HT CHURCH"GotoSundayschool these especially the opportunity will thoroughly; screened and providedwith by Mr. Tucker which result-

M, I Helen Jones; recitation Muriel Pren- Frank Calkins; local editor, Mattie I Sunday will be afforded to once more enjoy the electric lights and telephones, k>d in the discovery of tbe process of

N tie; Impromptu speeches officers; instrumental Belle Harts; literary editor, Pa rah be observed at this
solo, Lillian Prentis and are urging all the members to attend here and all stretches wide 'expanse of discuss with the other membersof
Clark ; athletic editor, Will Mason college men college men a greensward
i7) Helen Base.t Tiller; girls' athletic editor, Lilian Sunday R'hool.'e urge all the Bap- remember the football of their college dotted with palms flower beds I the company the matter of locat-
. tints In Kissimmee whether
: MISSION STUDY CLAH8 Prentis; exchange editor. Celeste members days. To them the opportunity of and shrubery of various kinds, all ng the factory end the beginning; of'jhe
of this church not, to to ''
Miss Ella Mae Gilbert entertained Moseley; reporters, 12th grade or come again becoming enthused over the blending into a harmonious picture work as soon as possible Mr.

the Mission Study class of the Ep- Grace Wlnn ; llth grade. Elsie Dletz Sunday schoo1. We Invite all others, .sport will indeed be a treat set off by the background of the hotel I I Hughes states that the new brick baatlra'tf'd
who do not go': to some other Sunday
worth League at her home on Main 10th grade Christine Ivey; 9th Prof. Harris states that there is a I buildings.In considerable attention in
( school to come out to Sunday school
street Monday evening. After studying grade, Norma Griffin; circulation wealth of good basketball material in the rear of the hotel, facing all parts of the country.Specials.
next Sunday. 945: the Sunday school -
7 the lesson a social hour followed. manager Tony Regero; assistants: the high school and that the past rep- Lake Tohopekallga only a stone's
opens The pastor will preach at 11 Ml I II I II I I II HI
Dainty refreshments of punch I Edna Calkins, Mayme Wltherspoon. utation in this line of athletics will be throwaway, the (grounds: have b..enI
a. m. on the Riches and Poverty orCllrl..t.
and cake were served. Those present Don Beuter, Sheldon Johnson ; business l. At plght. f 30. the upheld during the coming season, it admirably laid out by a landscape
? r were, Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, managers, Helen Uaaa and Amy will preach again on "Christ, Our Advocate being the plan to take up basketballat I gardener and the results accomllsh- '

-Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Oulda M alloy Makinson. The staff have begun the close of the football season ed amply justify the attention and
All the members earnestly
; Nina Bratton and Ruth Clark. work and hope to get; out the first Invited these which usually is ended about Thanksgiving Investment represented.Gravel .
to attend services All
dl e eiP edition In two or three wf'pks. . walks wind in and out I for
jthers are also Invited The ser-
UTOPIAN SOCIKTY C * among tall palms and banana I
Ires are not long, but are Invariably The football squad together with
The Utopian Literary Society will MIW. EVANS HOSTKSK: plants, with rows of Spanish bayonets -
t helpful (Come and find) a hearty the positions to which each of the
' hold Its first meeting Monday afternoon Mrs. Evans -entertained her Sunday bordering th.Jntlr., plot of Todayand
I come, W..I-j boys aspire are as follows: Henry I
in the high school auditorium. school class with a picnic supper at ground. Semitropicalegetatlon of I
A J half back J C. Ledbetter
come" Holt pastor. Sigletary ; ,
v'1tlq', The following program will be Tendered her home on Beaumont avenue last many varieties grow luxuriously I
- --- guard Will Mason Tiller, half back '
: Friday evening. Tables were arranged ; ; everywhere, while varicolored flowers

Piano solo Grace Wlnn ; Life of on the lawn which was hill Mass Meeting Plan (Frank Bryan, tackle; Sheldon Johnson lend an added attraction to they' SaturdayFreBh \ \
end Charlie Roger, end Harry
i Tennyson, Christine Ivey; Tenny- Ilantly lighted with Japanese lan- ; ; scene Then, too there Is a large I

son's Works. Frank Calkins; clarinet terns. After supper a business meetIng I Dawes, tackle; Murry Overstreet end; tlBh pond fed by an artesian well,
t'4 was held and the following of Meets ApprovalContinued I David Ansted, center; Earnest Lawrence I
solo, Charlie Regero; recitation from where members of the finny tribe I Grapes
fleers were elected : president t !Mlns center; William Arnold guard ; be ,
!' Tennyson, Violet Bullock; humorous may seen disporting themselves In
reading, Amy Makinson. Jean Caldwell; RP'rptarfl"! .. Kalli, I Don-> Heuter, quarter back; Paul Ueutor the clear depths for the edification urIKllor. Beans, Celery I V'j

',# . M erine Wilcox; treasurer Miss Etta ( from Page One) I end; Bradley Harms end; Anson \ ... I Tomatoes, Cabbageand

(CliniC1 M0('IA 1, \VII hernpoon ; social c.oin in it tee while it was the hugest yet held furnished Kexford, tackle; George Cooper tackle Apple

Il The members of the Christian Misses Bessie Moseley Kathleennearden I the first t| note of the 1 ; I'rator Gilbert, guard; I Dick Bullock -

church held a o.dallaRt Friday evenIng Marie Lloyd ; prayer meetIng Belies in the I speech of Judge I J. W I end; Joe Farmer Nut: ('arl I Choice Cuts of Meat for
1( at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .H. coininittee Misses Matt le Han H'. Lilly mi e\major of the city who and others full buck; and Walter Has,

; B. Aultman on Broadway. The following Etta Wltherspoon Katherine \\'11'OX seemed 1 to desire I only to heap sarcasm I guard. 64TH ANNIVERSARYThe Your Sunday Dinner

program was rendered : piano ( ; membership coniinltlci MK i- upon every: plan advanced to help the ---- -- - -

solo Miss Qussie Wlnn" vocal solo Sawyer, Wenner. Amy Makinson No.1
; He Ilebekah KlHslmniee
II city. was extremely facetious in WILL OPEN DANCING lodge
Miss Susie Speare; recitation Miss Those present; were Misses Jean:
his speech which unfortunately was .2, held Its celebration of the Sixty- i
; Errna Tiner; recitation Elvor Far- Caldwell, Jean Thomas Mattie Bandy Fourth of the CentralMarket
w the last of the evening. However, it Anniversary order at
hell recitation Frank Tiner and Etta Me ACADAMY HERE SOON
; piano Lucy Wltherspoon, was to he noted that the crowd found the First Baptist church last Sunday.

I +B solo Miss Gussle Wlnn; recltaton dora Russell, Lola Kenton, Amy ittle or nothing in Judge Lilly's Dr. A. J. Holt had charge of the ser .
: Miss Grace Wlnn. Several selections Makinson, Bessie Peake, Bessie remarks Miss Olivia Mason Glenn, of Cov-
vices. He chose Jar his text the 16th
to applaud. On the other hand
,Z;' Ington. Ky., has completed arrangements -
there were number who took and 17th verses of from the first
to his any statements which exceptions i to open a dancing academy' In chapter of Ruth which demonstrates I Phone 2O9. Broadway '. i iI
o) O ( > < >_( >_(OLHEIIDMillinery frequently referred to at; a meeting the,Maklnson October'9th.Hall 3:30 beginning to 5 o'clock.Saturday the great unselfls'i love of Ruth towards ,"

of the board of trade held in the city Miss Glenn who is well-known to Naomi and whICh Is placed before I I I II I I I I I I I I I II I I HIM 1'1.

all Rebekahs as a guide to their
council hall
: the public mass i large number of Kisxfmmee people,
actions Approprlato hymns
meeting at the band stand. Here also will teach all the latest society were
Rling.A. quartet of male voices added -
it was deplored that such a speech was dances and classes will meet every
_ much to the beauty of the ser- 3Mr'
made in direct contrast to all the Saturday afternoon. vice.

others of the evening.
,j ----------------------------------- Dr. Bolt's intellectual discourse
4 The first speaker of the evening; was come one of the best towns nthI' was listened to with marked atten- 1

J. W. Thompson, a member df the city
Opening state. lie believed that Kissimmee tion and pleasure by an appreciative

council and one of the old residents should have a packing house and tan- congregation. The servl throughout W

of Kissmmee. Mr. Thompson openedhis and while speaking about the
) \ nery was rendereu with much feelingand
remarks with the statement that cattle industry he referred to the fact no doubt will be recalled to many

he was no speaker and then proceeded that in looking over an official reporthe as a happy memory of the past comIng -

i,5 Friday October 8 to prove that he was. He urged had found that there were thou- up before them like a dream.
1)r "
co-operation of the citizens declaring sands of cattle on the ranges of Os- Love of the great healer of human -- RINGS

f 1915 that if the people will but stand to- ceola county, but less than a thousand suffering permeated> the atmosphere.May = -

gether they can accomplish anything acres had ever been planted in it abide by us both inside and -

they desire. He sanctioned the move- outside of our lodge room and may

ment to clean up the city and to fur- corn.He urged that the county should we take to heart the following soup-

: nish amusements to the visitors. He produce more than it does. He de- let:
k at favored the bulk-heading of the lake clared that he believed it could pro- "Somany Gods, so many creeds.

and the building of a swimming pool. duce and would do so when once the So many paths that wind and wind.

He also urged that the citizens join citizens were awakened to the fact. When just the art of being kindIs Ring TwiceIf

) with the truck growers already here His speech was a good one and pro- all this sad world needs."

Rc' I, Bon Ton Hat Shop and several business men plant small duced a good effect upon the crowd -H. E. 8.ANNOUNCKH You Are

acreage of strawberries in order to which was kept continually in a good
create a market here for this crop to humor with his stories, told in his LonesomeSEE -'

: You are cordially invitedto show to prospective settlers just what deep bass voice which<< carried for OK JloAm DEPARTMENT

attend. the soil of this immediate vicinity will blocks.
Kd Scott, Arcadia, Gets Four-Year
: a Mr*. L. N. Rogero produce i Two other speakers had been announced Term--Orlando, Live Oak Mann

d H Following Mr. Thompson, Col. Bass for the evening, but owing iannjt and Jax. Men are

a newcomer to the city, was intro- to the fact that they were unable to Named.

?_KIN duced. Mr. Bass came to Kissimmee attend Judge Lilly was called upon
; p arw 10> < > 0> 0 (0gqpps r-
.. .. just a few months ago from Georgiaand to take up their time. It was unfor- Tallahassee.-Governor Trammell

-- - -- -- he stated most emphatically that tunate that he waa the last speaker of WINDOW
has the
made public following ap-
i'. ,4'. hare were only two men who could the evening beau e his remarks were polntees-to the State Good Roads Department -

( G rN I take him oat. He referred to the naught! but cold water cast upon the created by an act of the FRIDAY AND
f the enthusiasm Which had been
i sheriff and undertaker. He declared flames of last Legislature: Ed Scott Arcadia,
that the fine water famished aroused by proceeded. and W. J. Hlllman.. Lire Oak, four- SATURDAYCOLE

s k "., .'... OUR in Kissimmee by the municipal plant Judge Lilly declared that the bulk- year term; J. D. Smith Marlanna,

"J from flowing wells was the best that heading of the lake was Utopian and three-year term ; F. O. Miller, Jack-

PURE COFFEE he had ever tasted and it was this would not be accomplished for years, sonville, two-year term; M. it. Smithof

t \. water which had more to with his locating If ever at all. He referred sarcastically Orlando, one-year term.

z f' 25c here than anything els*. Ha to the plan to furnish amusements All of the appointees have been

wJ t in his remarks for winter visitors and said
interspersed a number prominently identified with the good

of original stories to illustrate his that all this talk about tennis courts roads moement in this state. Ed

.; ; ". ... 00LAI111S ITS VlRTURE BY SUBSTANCE ALONE, NOT. points which created no end of auuwer etc, would lead many to believe there Smith, of Arcadia, who received one

i n .. j'jl)i z .fi lIY. ANY ORNAMENTATION OR HIGH PRlo& ment In the crowd. Ha urged the eitiU was nothing of the sort In Klssimmee. of the four-year appointments, is one JEWELRY CO.

\!.<<. .cans ta dean up and- ampbasUed In regard to the clean-up movement, of the leading spirits la the Central -

,. Packed Exclusively for art need of paying mora attention W,the he stated that too much publicity to Florida Highway Association
; ,
\ TM lake front He stated that,thr'.war* such a movement waa a bad advertisement Jewelers andOptometrists '

Pf--- ; G.. :M. -TAYLORCO.. ---- threerthiag: ; needed .nak.eay.tewgrow for the town. When you hare roast beef for dinner .
.) ' . the water In which it was --
1. and that those three tUnga all save
+ 4 r "-:' '. .r' I .gotr b the Palaaa* Slckt
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FRIDAY, t OCT6PEB '1,. 191S. .. ... "'" . ',!', "Kl6SlMlfEE] ,VALLEY. GAZ TTE' ..". PABE-T;,

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'''r'' ''THE USSlMMEI VALLET CAUTrI Ed.' 1 &IIj.y,;of .Tampa' ;.was a business I. ,Max, :Marks,.'.Ira. a.,visitor .Attorney-W.L,, ; Steed, was' a rlsUor Mrs., :Mollie,)roctor, -Fpfsyta., pUp tor'' subscriptions. This publication .

; ." : to DeLand on.. Sunday going O&... arrived ln the city tWs' won a-..reputation last year'
+ (Toloplto...lL) ;visitor in': the ,city"Wednesday.;. her*,on,Tuesday. .., ; ; (
I, '. -- .. II> : :: ; .j? \"otl, business' and' to visit his make"her'home with her sister, Mr*. as 'on. ,of th.. .besfschool' lpaper.ln> I

," .. '. Publlah.dEva'yFr1dayB: y' Claude Harperspent.' .' : 8undiy" In {"f'JohntM. ; ; Lee,'!ra.'* business visitor relatives,, lhat'eltybeln, .. 'hla ;former 3-fTi, Gilbert,' ,!(ra..t'roetor"h.ID.IlJ' the country and,member of the'staff'

w..!.L HA1IRI a,> laevAxe'Amrtsw. Tamp i "V,; 7fc; ,-.J. \ to lakeland,on Wednesday, hom ., *.' ....' friends In ;,Kissimmee.. ,who wpI\b. thls'.fear af; ti 4.t trmln e4 to nytintala''

; :Mr 'and : Wednesday j pleased to know of her': decision to that record. .
Mrs. P/ann rteurned ,
L: : .00 .o .. :J., C..:< Ledbetter,7wlio"haa. been,,jin i ,CL T, Ansley returned'from Tampa .
' Ot...... ... .. .... from,Lakeland..) locate here.. '
Okeechobee for several months; came Friday: where he" was opiated on ata'hospital tin and Mrs. )I., Rata arrived last

ili l'Field :Mr, and airs Huff {returned Wednesday up this week to spend a few.days.. 'He seems much Improved ; .tlas Glenn 'will'''ope....', '.' :'danctng- Friday"e.eQlac"rroDt' 'an" 'extensive-

r In health which will be good news '' wedding trip to ''mountains of
c from Tampa, where they academy in the Makinson Hall;begin the
tl Work pants that'yo'u pay 98 and
pent the wek-end with relatives. ; to bU many friend* : ning Saturday. October 9th. 3:30 till N.w Hampshire'Portland' ; ':Ue...Boston tY'
$1.00 for .at other places, I sell at "
5 p. Ml: AH the Jatellt'loelety:dances ,";New.'York' and Baltimore 1' It
Butter Nut Dread the better kind. 86c. F. H 1&won.- Does piano need tuning or re "
' ;your will' be"taught Terms? $5.00 for'* a. will I be, remembered': that', ':Mr., andsMrs..Kahl
( : ,'N ...OOtOOO .... 0 0000 00 o o Made In Kissimmee at Reed's Bak pairing. It it does telephone ;your ,
-wer."ree.atly''married' kt
+ Fred Dalton, of Tampa, was! a I term often weeks.' SPecial rate' for ,
ery. Ask for it. 402t"O order to the Sominole DrugStore in ''
West Somervllle;'""MasD.V: where I :Mrs.
Thurs Ot"'mon
business visitor in the city on two from one famUy41.UpThe
( Weather Report B. House, of Ocala, was a business day. St. Cloud and I will attend to your Kau'wa.XlM Oertrad"'Lena'Tlummer .,,

visitor to the city several daysObis wants In a workmanlike manner, every Christian ,church will ,observe ?They living at the KatE,

PIi week.C. You should bear in mind that I am Tuesday and Wednesday. E. D. "Go to Sunday School Pay" next Sun i residence,;on Main ,street.:)' vifn / -$i, ,

' Following an dally giving cut prices on all mdse. F. Shreve, the piano tuner. 41-tf day. A cordial invitation is extendedto I, .. .: .Iye .
y' tempera. O. of Sanford 'Ar-
tures and pl'ecipitation. al reported McLaughlin" : H. Lawson C. M. Paulk. of Maconi Ga., was all. Why not make this) ,, a. good '

;:1 by Government station mour Mac, was a visitor in the. city Kelsey Blanton, attorney, of De- the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Lane Paulk day? Rev. Chisholra will give an address '
}tr. at Killllimmee for the week end.v' Tuesday Str :;
inc September 30: Land, was a visitor in teb city Thura- over Sunday. It was his first visit appropriate to the occasion at n.'t't

L. Urban May, representing the day. here in twelve years and he was the church service. Come prepared to 4 : t,

Friday . . . 92 73 American Supply company, of Tamua much impressed with the growth of remain. The little ones will be wel Dee..rlI7'1h.eatiit

\ Saturday . . 86 Ht spent Tuesday here. I am selling best work shirts in the city. Mr. Paulk la connected comed as well v Is not M
t both dark and light blue chambray, of old age alone.
Sunday . . 87 72 .61 with the Central of Georgia Railway.B. .
? Monday . 90 73 H. E. Swabey returned Tuesday after at 45c. F. 11. Law son. :J. S. Cadel, special master, Attor- The child of teD the youth

1' a short visit with friends in Or' H. Bellsarlo, of Orlando arrived ney Pat Johnston and Judge O. F. of twenty, are often hurt and
Tueec1ay . . 91 72 There will be an Impromptu meeting -
I.ndo."Pat". Tuesday and will make his headquarters Parker went to St. Cloud today to handicapped by a defect of
I. Wednesday . 90 76 1.36 of the American Worn an B Leagueat
here for the next few weeks vision: that could easily be ,
attend the
J a hearing In case of Kirk-
Thursday . . 92 76 Paschal and John Dickinson, the Chapter House next Monday
, I He is district deputy of the Woodmenof wood vs. Perry. Johnston 4k Garrett corrected by properly fitted
t, of Jacksonville, spent Monday here afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.
: the World and will ,launch a campaign represent E. 0. and William N. Perry glasses.

'. -4 000000..0000..00..00 calling on the drug trade. Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Phillips of Minneapolis I for new members for the local : and Judge Parker and AttorneyS. I've been "fittingglasses

Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. Olan Pearce, Miss Sallie Pearce and arrived last week and will lodge. Mrs. Delisario and baby will D. Decker, of St. Cloud, represent right" for a lone time. .

t E. Drovrht, New Rivers Building. 30tf Mis Mary Belle McQuaiff, of BassenSunday. spend the winter. They are stopping Join him here later in the week. Klrkwood. .' No KxborbiUutt PriI -. .r.

Try R.e4."a Butter Nut Bread. 40-3 with Mrs. Cohoon.D. .
!1+ Chas. Anderson, who recently ar- The Osceola High School will Issue Jeweler
Furnished flat ror rent in the Rotunda and family returned rived In the city from Clark, South
John F. and W. H. Vanderipe, of Its publication, the ittolakean, again Grady I

Valley Gazette building. Apply at Bradentown, owe visitors' here on Wednesday from Delaware, where Dakota, purchased a 10-acre' tract in this year and the students are already I l -J J

,, ." this office. tf Tuesday. they have been spending the summer the noYthwest section of the city. The laying piano to begin a cam N. t D..I&.K& (.. Ave.

Is cleared and has
land already a residence -
y G. !Hnppel, of Orlando, was here on
Embroidery materials, includinglinen barn and chicken house ou it.
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business Wednesday.M. Sam Ragsdalc, J. 8 Cadel, Fred
guest towels, etc., at The Embroidery I Mr. Anderson expects to further improve
Naueie motored'toTampa +
Bass and E. E.
L. Perkins of Jacksonville, was Shojk.J It by planting a small grove .
and spent Sunday on business
in the city.; Thursday. r this winter.
C. Forbes and Greene F. Cannon, an d pleasure.
H. C. Russell, of New Orleans, spent -f Jacksonville, were business visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Slngletary and :
Tbe Dollar Limit store has put up
Tuesday "in the city. lIere on Jtfaniday. children, of Bradentown, were the Afternoon 8th. .
new awnings during the past week, October
I guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. :
Mi ton Pudge, of l'dariaaapemt The subject for the Sunday night which much Improves the front of
George T. Singletary. They were en J :
, :Sunday 'in Kissimmee. eermon at the Christian church will the store and will serve to keep off Pities Bandy visited New< York Philadelphia and..Atlanta
route home from llendersonv"l, N. '
(, be "The Unequal Yoke" he morning nun. I markets and will have the newest and snappiest models Uteee
,< Thomas B. Qunby, of Tanya. xjunot C., where they spent the lumm'r..QJI.j; market are showing ..
Mondgly ,in Kissimmee. David' A.. Clark, of Greensboro, N. Mr and MIH. John F. Waller arrived the return trip which they made'lnf.' .

C., arrived in the city Wednesday to home last Saturday after I V-'ieir pew Dodge car, hey established j Among the newest hats this season are the high crowned

O. M Young, of St. rVternbux\ was (spend several days. spending two weeks with relativesIn a record, leaving Hendersonville on : Puritan sailor, large hats with graceful lines and the soft, 'r

,<, a visitor hue Tueada)'. Tampa Mr. Walter also visitedSt. Tuesday afternoon and arriving here I flexible brim hat that bids fair'to be a very popular hat; also 1 rt
i Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kaufroann. of
p.terfIJmrg.Ev..ryon. Thursday evening. the closo fitting hat with the military a'r. '
:, A. C. Mason, of Gamesvilr, was hereon eUsboiro, Jla., arrived Monday to : 1''

business last Friday .spend a few days in this section .. invited to the china display -I J. L. Heainan has secured a buildIng -

at Dr' new building, permit for the erection of a brick The hats for this fall are especially attractive. .

W. S. Broome of Gainesville, epent GluMs tumblers, 6 for 6 cents between Broadway, tomorrow afternoon from I addition to the rear of his restaurant I \
l 9 30 and 1C. 3d Monday
in the cit '.
Wednesday } 1 to 6 o'clock One sugar: and cream building on Broadway. lie Is I
late Six only to a customer. Daun's I MISS MA TTIE BANDY .b }
set free. Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman. preparing to reect a new kitchen,
E. D. Wynn, of Gainesvillewas a New Store. r
Mrs J. J. Hli-bards Miss which will be entirely of brick This 1 .
visitor here Wednesday.Kd and Richards ;
Glass; tumblers, 6 for 5 rents between left this wtek for a few weeks' Is the Bret of several improvements .. .. i
Itonegan. of Waldo was a visItor !9 3U and 10:3U): Monday morning tie Is planning in the restaurant, ,
visit to their old home at Luxora ,. tf.l
in the city his wek Six only to a customer Dann's known us the Broadway Cafe the -,
Ark. Mr. has been in Arkansan -

: Mrs. E. Melson of Mulberry spent New Store. for the part two weeks management of which he has recently .' .

Wednesday in Kissimmee. Select new. 'oysters Saturday In pint assumed.K. .
Ir and :Mrs. H A. LeaItt.. of Chicago -
P. Buford Jr. of and quart alls, hermetically sealed, B. Warm, of West Klssimmee.lainiK "
Ruhomnd. Va., : arrived last week and will remain ,
Ml 35: and ou cents Bryan KeMau-. ( the record for sweet 1
spent Tuesday in the uty.J. through the winter. Dr. I.eav- potatoesHe

rant 41-lt itt is a practising physician and possibly has about a quarter of an acre ANNOUNCEMENTe
O. McBride, of Jacksonville, spent I
Select new oysters Saturday In pint will detlile to remain here per ulanted in sweet potatoes just eight .

Wednesday here on business; and quart cans rmelii.tlly sealed, manently. weeks ago and he is now picking t

T. A. Gaskins, of Barlow, was: a al 35 and GO cents. Bryan Restaurant I'lem at the rate of & peck to everythree
W. M. Truer and F. n, Case, repiresefiting -
Klasinime visitor on Tuesday. \. 41-lt I hl-ls. The potatoes are of fine
the Record Printing Company quality and good size.Good I wish to announce to' my. many 1
I L. Jenkins, of West Palm Brach, and the Florida Farmer and
A. V. Dawson who bas been the I friends and customers that I have beconie -: "e
: ,spent Tuesday in K 8tiiamee.i Homeseeker, of St. Augustine, were .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C, 1. Bandyfor associated Mr. W- H.Peake .

several days, left Tuesday for his among the business visitors here on Paint in what will be !? .-J \ R
A. JR. iGerlaeh of Jacksonville, was ; known' as,The Family' ? j,p 4 ;\1 tt ,

', a business visitor here Monday. home in Charleston, C. W-ednesday. Store, in the Pilley building.." My". itockr';. ; "';, 1.

; :J C. L R.. Thrash of Charlotte, N. t'it and ,
cheap is
.)' ,,,r... it twas A visitor here Wednesday. 9:30 and 10:30: Monday morn announces in this issue that she will ; not the only location where we will also handle a .

ing.!!: Six: : only loa,customer. Dann's bold her fall opening on Friday afternoon good paint; it is one of a dozen; and, complete line of men's furnishings. pat

E. Carpenter, of Louisville, Kj%, very likely, the only one in your town
"ew Store. October 8th. Miss Bandy has I respectfully repuest the continued .
; pent Taesday here on business. -there are hundreds of middling and
recently returned from a trip to theI
''George Morrison, of Tampa, is the patronage of those who have favoredme
B. F. Sing, of Greenvfle, N. C.. I markets and has all the new ideas bad.You in the
1 guest this week of tire. L. H. Ingramand can see what chance there is of past. ?
_A.srnent. se-veral days here this week. for women's headwear.The .
other friends. another good one there; perhaps one We havereceived a full new line of r
;, R. V. Hanna, of Hamilton. Oro'i !. Ladles Aid of the Christian
Select new oysters Saturday In pint in ten at the most. ladies boots,' pumps and oxfords in fall

k .- spent Tuesday in the city on business. I and quart cans, hermetically sealed church will give a Japanese bazaar Bad paint is dearest; middling is the new fall styles.

/ W. A. Munsell, of Green Cove i at .35 and 60 cents. Bryan Restau- Friday Oct. 22. Tea will be servedby dear; costs 2 or 3 times as much as
Japanese girls. Small Japanese .
!'rant. the best.
j Spring., was a visitor in the city last .1-11 LI
favors will be
given to making
everyone -
No matter about the cost a gallon
.(, 1 j Friday. Gene Bryan, DeWilton Alderman a purchase of 25 cents or over. ;
that isn't it; the cost of a foot '
square ; J. W. HARRIS
William B. Troy, of Jacksonville, Fred Bass and Sam Ba gsdale motored ;
St. Johns Guild of the Episcopal the cost a job; better yet, the cost a t .
Kiastnonee visitor last Satur to Orlando Tuesday morring on
was a
church wili meet at the home of year. The Family StoreON
day. Mrs. S. H. Bullock next Tuesday af- There's a whole' education in paintin BROADWAY ALLEY BUILDING 11d.

Large and mall Turkish towels, Bryan and Sewell Peterson, of St *"> 'noon, October 5th, .t 3 o'clock. this advertisement.

colored border*, at The Embroidery Cloud were visitors In the city-on Alll* dles of the church are cordially DEVOE.W. .

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iiii-! workers "t- rhe fall'conventions com Quintet..Uwt DOM Not MIMt UN. .* .,
S r" B \ l big between Nov. 8-33. Mr. Lehman TIVR Ba0MOQVININEI.i betlertb..ordl.\

; :'I 'Says ,Biggest Shade Tree Also Best Is a splendid conference leader on rtVKiBB QuInlM Jn mmd h..deell .Burnt... .asp... \,, 4

v Junior and Intermediate' work. Write and Field look; lew the ..isturcci ol K., W. aMYL $*'V /
Trap .
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-4 'FORESTERS: DECLARE SYCAMORE, PRIZE-WINNING SPECIES is !Miss Eleanor' Rowley West Palm ---.- -- _. ---u "

: ,IESPECIALLV SUITABLE FOR CITY PLANTING-NEW RECORDS Beach, the state superintendent bow I ;t:t

i *,S MADE. many are going from your societies. !: !!! !!! !!!! !!!! !!! !!!!!! ! ,!!!!!!! !! !. (
9999999 y.y..99..T.TT..T . .T 99.9. 'VV999999. .T Theodore DeschnerGUNSMITH \ \\(1.;
. :ifr' 'M Sbe\ Is writing many letters and getting .
V few answers' from over Florida. i A FEW DON'TS FOR HUNTERS centrated On the work in hand. It',

.< Washington, Sept. 30.-That the hade as well a* for Jecorative I,urposes. Here' are two bright Junior Items. i AND TRAY SHOOTERSDon't essential- to good scores I
Cv. I lib sad PISrI& A* mM t tI
I..*> ,largest shade tree in the United I As for the latter, thare is Mrs. Rev. Enslew has taken the society When the time comes to change

Jj States, as brought to light by the I hardly any eastern species which is in charge at Winter Park, lately take any chances. The tunc. I places at the score don't move until i ST. CLOUD FLORIDA

jprls contest held by the American I I generally held so picturesque as the given up by Mrs Raymond Ward, tlon of a shot gun is to scatter shot I the squad moves. Give the otherfel- L

S Genetic Association, should turn out sycamore. With its strikingly mottled district superintendent for south cen but be careful where you distributeI..low a show. '
to be the eastern sycamore, is not bark and magnificent stature and tral. Mrs. Rev. Spauldings of Cocoa- it. Don't take every rustle of a bush Don't: let the loss of a target fluster W. L. WianPHYSICIAN ,

surprising, say government foresters. conformation, the sycamore has a nut Grove has been asked to organizea or bough to be a sure indication of you. You can't get them all at all ,

_ The sycamore has long been regarded marked individuality and can not be society This makes two new superintendents game. Remember that sometimes a'n 1 times. Keep cool and get ready for Office in State Bank :Buildirg I'

as the largest deciduous: tree in North mistaken for any other species, eitherin busy women' as they inquisitive person has a penchant for the next one. Phone 97 Office .

\ America and its range of growth is the summer when the foliage conceals are minister's wives, but assuming being in strange places. Don't get peeved when the target S3, Residence S

,, .f hardly second to that of any other its structural form, or in the these C. E. obligations. There Is a Don't blaze away in haste, and don't breaks ,as it leaves the trap. Take -- 8e-2 mo .':..

[ broad-leaf tre.; for it can be found winter when the leaves are absent. Bible question-"Where are the get.excited. Many a shooter has fill- your time. Keep your eye on the trap --

; '' from Maine to Florida, and as far A common\ objection to the syca- nine?" Just apply' here to those ed the rump of his favorite dog full of and pulverize the target following.Don't DR. j. A. TROVILLON:

West as Kansas"** more as a lawn tree is its habit of I who jnlght help fill Junior work lead- lead just because he was Specialist! in t\\

; The bestowal of the prize on a sycamore dropping its leaves before autumn. i erships.Appreciated. over-anx-I blame the gun or the shellsif CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS
score is not satisfactory. Re- Cure them without cutting 1.
messages' Just rarely ious.Don't your
: at Worthington, Indiana, From this characteristic it is some-
point a gun at any member that the question of person- them out. 1
ed In our office' were from Hev' C. W
which' is 42 feet S inches in called
: ; circumference times a "dirty tree. Recentlythe ORLANDO FLORIDA >,
for It is
fun This matter
is no jest. ality-temperament and ability-enter -
and 150 feet tall, draws attention Forest Service received a letter Crooke. superintendent' of the state I I 33,6moS.H.BUftOCK :
t to' Anti-Saloon!' League; Proto Garfield always the gun that "did not know into the game. And it may justbe I .
the fact that foresters are. from a suburban resident who has a
4 I I Evans, president of the Florida Ep- was loaded" that goes off. The only your off day. Such things will occur -
the his lawn.
nowadays recommending species sycamore on "My sycamoretree
worth League Union and Mr. KIIHK, time to point a gun is when you intend regardless of alibis. I
especially for city planting They sty is very beautiful, said the writer,
who WP a1l!! know as a good: frlen dInterlachen to killDon't .
that long experience with sy" more* : "until. about the first of August, when will
well distributed revive -
Glycerine, ,
Sept 27. loaded rifle
or in
S planted in city streets has shown that its leaves begin to fall. Is there any carry a gun
the color in an old typewriter
Grace A Townsend. automobile othe
; the species is peculiarly able to with remedy that I can apply to the tree a buggy, or any I
kind of vehicle.lont / ribbon. REAL ESTATE
stand the smoke, dust, and gases to keep it from dropping its leaves so a I

c which are usually an unavoidable complement soon' It was necessary to tell the AIR RAID STORY IS carry loaded guns throughthe I StflaStflOSfltSS )

tr of urban life. I In addition, ', correspondent ,that this was a characteristic I Street, on street tars, trains, or I INSURANCEExamination "

the is a resistant to attacks! I !lt'u\f them aiuund farm houses, to
sycamore habit of t'he tree. This drawback PASSED BY CENSORS I of Titles a
< of insects and fungi as a'mos' any I have some child plajiull blow your
however, is practically the only
M" species, and is a quick vjruser; a' ten head off.Don't j .

of healthy failing that the sycamore has, and it I excited and shoot without Specialty.
[,if years age, a sy..omoreusually KEY W. II. BALL, OF KISSIMMEE. Kt

12, is already larc'; eno .ijjti for is offset by many desirable qualities GETS DETAILS OF ZEPPELIN'SVlSI' making, sun that jour object is ganielomi't .
I *fl _. Correspondence Solicited.
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tSf x-- -I move skin and core Chop tomatoes FROM HIS DAUGHTERS IN TOT- then be suit he I is>> clcui of both

into medium pieces Mix two parts of TENHAM. LONDONJwo and dog I Robert Riedel
tomatoesith one pint of corn and I limit foij get to "break" our gun
mix thoroughly Park\ in Kia,, jars I letters 01 .i liar the thambu! when stanilinxwith ,
: containing graphic eI"npllOll" -
I The home cunning 'p"h*-I' \\hoera I of air raids on London;! and
in charge of the giiN' c. lining, I of salt to I'a..h quart Put11.1".1'\ and md one rt'mal'kuhll' in that it passi.,,1I I 'Km't eliap' a gun UIIlel! a "time withinuyle Cabinet Work.

tap in position, not tinht; ( (Cap and i tin have pointed, towardsou. SHOOTFOR Phones: Shop 216; Residence' 237
been '
censor received" he '
club work in the :N'oitli: and \t I m I i cbv
if inuimlod tin (' ) If I Darhnglon Avt1' Freight'
tip U'InK ills .ar Depot
.1' co-operation with 'In) .'ti'. I II.i ii i o1" i K.W II. 'Mall. from his dani.lit h I Dint' lint, o""m Inuis with 3 OUI'
lot bath outfit sUnhfl'O ,
watci ,
Sing t ism. IcittiMiham, I London fhev' a''11,,',' until it
agriculture have se"il out i 0 t then" gill wire'vviittc gUll, 0'! .igiii-.t
inmntts if u'inj: ; watii' s< .il outfit. I FUN
;t club nieml the following. IK,, .,% ...n.j'I t I 'n on Septembc i 10 I and have' just j Jim' Ltl o\ti i put it. tll"ug'h the Itntcon
sti rili/t' 7.-> nato,; .if using a ;>-
I an ,i\ end biloli'. SHEET METAL WORKER
i bu-iin
tested recipes for putting, up iil1 ti '!nt dThe tic (g/nulld. -
fruIts and vegituhirs. : pound train picsMin outfit, sttnli/c' I last time I vvroti' I told v on I Ion) t bunt with i in\oui I I I that \OU NJO port -'1".10 shooting forpkuie Steel
,if aluminum and h..ahh It appeals l lto Ceilings a SpecialtyDR.
*10; ) minutes; 01 using an ; I
(;rupckH about the Zeppelin raids at %Vilt' bin- \\,0\\. tn be lanliss i .11 elcsiiesswith ) aid all
sexes aM"o. .. .
cooker outfit, slerili/e 45 149-H KIH..lmm. 1"1..
) Use fresh fruit e\enl\' n/l"H'd.. J'lik I tow, Will, we hud two more since. I t tbitc i uixl a qu.III'" diam of C ln\ target shooting is the school
minutes He-move JarT.ghlt'n I i t coy-
from the stems wash, and i pn. ,'., .in 1 I :I th"n ; one at Knlield 110(1Valt bin powilt, 'i btliiiui, 01 it., and 0111-eighth' I for track 1 shots -
mol test the
Invert to ami
'IS. joint '
p 1 glass pars. ( ovel' with, i thii I Miup, ( loss, and the other on Wednesdav ounns' of shot is unitingSl' I'Hn. DR. W. W. CARSON

:;:>- boiling Put lulibeis, and cips in ro- Wrap jars with paper to pieventbleaching night Mary came up from Wednes, K,'ip IOU lintels itT the tiijcgeiuntil i I Call at the NearestTrapahooting

sition, not tight ( tap ar 1 Mp 'f f using and htoie I day afternoon until 1 'Thursday afternoon you aie looking\ down I the bull el Club DENTFST
Corn Tomatoes and String/{ Beans Office over Pulley Building
We had
enameled tin cans) If usmtr h"t water just gone to bed at Br cm' Rabbit ,
(Combination) I \Vednesda night, 10 J' I l.r! o'clock You will l h. heartily wrlcomed nnd Office .Hmira R12. 1-6 .
; bath outfit sterilize: M; minutes; > when I Dun t get intoMculid ; willI be loan Office' mine I J Its H.'did. in t> Phone Sty
ihooter Clad *
if using water-seal outfit l ',terili'-- r> Use one part of corn, one part of the guns stinted thundering I Don't) load you gun until ) ou so- YOU rrry A gun and show you !how toU..1I. Gas Adrn'"I.t"I'"tfor' ....Ih Extraction ofT

(green stung beans and three parts of We all] jumped and looked all othel
minutes, or if using pr;s-Liie cooker up out tually get to businisAt' A.k your sport inn goods dealer

outfit, sterilize 8 minute' i{!mo\c tomatoes. Blanch fresh coin on the of the windows. 'Here comes aepp' times' it shouUl be citiptj about the loca club.
\ for (6; minutes and cold dip Cut '" hool/ T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
jars Tighten covers. In',' .r to cool cob / called Mary, and I rue Don) 't use a cheap gun They sue H'ate u*for free trapzhooting lelt

and test the joint. WIHO jxrs, in paper ] corn from the cob, ('uttlnfrom tip. enough we. saw miles up in the sky apt to explode whin using heavy DU PONT POWDER CO. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

to prevent bleaching, and tora; to butt Prepare string beans and what looked like a, huge squirming{ I ihaiges II | D.L
Eotal.lloheci 102 .
Blanch Office over Osceola
Wild cut into convenient lengths. sausage We could Bee it quite plainly I Pon't rest on the muzzle of yourgun. Pharmacy'Phone
1 2 to :.1! minutes and cold dIp. the Residence 63
: Use fresh fruit evenly ripenc*!. 1'ick tomatoes ; searchlights being splendid, I.Don't | Office 148GEO.
Remove skins and core. Cut into me- showing ,ifup for the aircraft guns to borrow dog or loan \
l from stems and wash. Pack in r las a or gun ,',
dium pieces. Mix thoroughly Packin fire at. We saw the shells from '
J '. jars. Cover with thick boiling syrup. either. !

., Put rubbers and caps in pos:ticn, not glass jars or enameled tin cans. guns bursting all around the 'Zep', Don't shirk doing a little more than F. PARKER

and Put rubbers and caps in position, not and we could see it wriggle about to share of the work in or
tight. (Cap tip if using enameled : your camp I CEIRSOJIERRMERInsurance ATTORNEYATLAWCollections
... tin can.) If using hot-water hath out- tight. (Cap and tip fusing enameled get out of shell range. There were boat. ,
tin cans.) If using hot water bath nine Zeppelins and I and Conveyances
our men brought
fit sterilize 20 minutes; if using \\aterueal Don't violate the game laws. It is

outfit sterilize 15 minutes, i if using: outfit, sterilize 90 minutes; if using down one. All of its crew were killed. not only criminal, but some times it's Specialties M4 "

6-pound) steam pressure outfit st-trili-e water-scad outfit, sterilize 75 minutes; "The 'Zepp' we could see seemed to blamed costly.Don't 111 1-1 Broadway .

if using a 5-pound steam pressure out- be coming straight over our house. all the Leave 1 "
11 12 minutes, or if using: pressurecooker I "hog" game. a '
S outfit sterilize 8 minutes. K novc fit,'sterilize 60 minutes; or if using an We watched it most anxiously, and little behind you for the next fellowas that Insures; U F. KRII1HS \v .1. STEED ':

: jars. Tighten covers. Invert to tool aluminum pressure-cooker outfit, ster- what a prayer of' thankfulness we all Shakespeare says-"enough 'issuflK KRIBBS &: STEEDA'l'iOICNI.YS \

ilize 45 minutes. Remove jars!. Tighten uttered as we saw it alter its course ." .
and test joint. Wrap jars with iijci I lent Protection that Protects !
i a, Invert to cool and test I he and disappear \ ; AT LASt:
to prevent bleaching, and hton lIon't lest the muzzle of your gunon
Wild Plums and Damson Plum joint Wrap jars with paper to pre I "The people go: fairly mad ; lush out the ginund A gun' muzzle i logged! business of all 'kinds J A1v1',; 1A. ''\i'

vent bleaching, and stoic 'into tin- ,streets in I their night clothes, prompt at I ten Mon 'YJI
.4 Grade fruit for sizes and npiiiess. with dim I or i< a dangerous proposition -
flinir themselves flat m in the !load and i'flic n I 11 I .."oJ I i. :sun,. iiaiiiimep itirJg ...
) Wash and pack in glass jars. I Fill with K i isiuti Florida, 'a

&, thin or medium syrup, boiling 1*..itrubbers on the pavements; jell and sneam, I Don) at the gun dub, tote your DAKIN AVENUE
1HRISTIAN.ENflEA and go into hysterics and altogether I Let stand
and caps in position. not tight.S | [ VOR gun amid the spectators it

-; (Cap and tip if using epamtlc tin. behave abominably : in the rack until you are ready to use KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Pat J, >hn>ton a P. OarroM
I J "We were very glad to havfe Mary
cans.) If using hot-fater bath oul'it' :
tF I
sterilize 16 minutes, if using water- The convention In KlRHimme la with us as we hear they visited Wool I When at the score, don't give the ; .

seal'-outfit due November 10th and 11th. wich i London Hackney, Finchley I command "pull until you are fixed
t or 5-pound pressure outfit Dulston Stamford Hill Shorditch I I Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen BankBuilding '
sterilize 12 minutes or if Three Christian Endeavor dates and and ready for the target
sure-cooker outfit sterilize 8 minuten prej. which should DP most interesting to many other places. They injured and I I Inn't shoot too quick ; get a steady Kiaalmmee. Fla.

jt Remove jars. Tighten coveis Invert I I'our workers; the district convention since killed'156 from-shocks-and many others did have consider-died I line on the target and then pufl the i tuutrat u1\\\ .

." to cool and test joint. Wrap jars with which takes us one Individuallyon trigger
merit to do our beat to make successful able damage at Sweroool Street station After you've had shot let
,f_ paper to prevent bleaching, and store. your your DR. M. J. HICKS .5
!. Next, the state meeting In Bethnal Green, Broad Street
- lJ[ Huckleberries.Stem gun remain unloaded until your turnto .. .
and clean huckleberries. Pack DeUand, April 13-16. Third, All- road and other places. shoot comes 'round again. BEAMS I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '

South convention in Atlanta. July 13- "Really it is most uncanny and fearsome It's
Don't talk to neighbor.
in glass Jars or enameled tin your Office State Bank BuildingPhono
16, next year. Is It not fun to be En- in the nights. Reports say the mind CHANNELS I, '
disconcerting. your : Office 41R.uidance
: Fill with thin syrup, boiling. Put rubber L
d...avorers with so many nice times 'Zepps are coming every night in 40
i') cap in position, not tight. (Cap - -- - -------------------- ANGLES
for get-tonetliers: ahead? Then you September, so we may expect more
4 and tip if using enameled tin cans.) and All Shapes.
know what comes In New York July scares They came again last night,

I If using hot-water bath, outfit, sterilize 1917. That's indeed the "grand climax but did not get further than the cor- TESTirY J. W. THOMPSONFUNERAL .i
2 minuUrs if I TRUSSRODS
using water-seal
: outfit i
4 r: ner, where they were beaten off by -
or a 6-pound pressure outfit sterilize
Next Sunday, Oct 3rd. the topic Is our guns. Hurrah!" -i- DIRECTOR .:..
ic 35 minutes or if using ook-
pressure- Descriptions in the other letter StAYBOLTS 4 44 .
"What wIll make our society a greater andLICENSED
: er outfit sterilize 10 minutes. Remove -; Lives Redeemed and Fortunes in 'l ..
read -
success? The state Quiet Hour :
.. Jara. Tighten Invert Health Are RecorerrJ. EMBALMER ;
covers. to ool
\ leader Miss Huth Wyandt, R. I). "We are quite safe but only after a IRONWORK' ,

j and test joint. Wrap jars with paper No. 1, Tampa, believes the best way most exciting time. The Zepps cameon Most of the problems of health originate of All Kinds Store and Chapel], Stewart AT.
\ Jto prevent bleaching and store. I -
to bring greater success is by getting Tuesday to Sheshunt and Walthamand in the stomaah. Most of these BOILER KI.oIm".. Fla. "

Figs. more Quiet Hour comrades among other places and killed 56 victims ailments can be cured. Thousands of ,. .
S' Select and in the state of Georgiaare PLATE
grade stock. Blanch 6 our members that day. She suggeststhat but Lily and I slept through it all, people right .

'minutes in boiling water and cold d'p.; each Young People's' society aim I However, on Wednesday night Marywas I troubles needlessly, while suffering thousands from of stomach others P. A. Vans Agnew W. B. Crawfort J f\>

: Pack in glass jars or tin cans. Fill for five new comrades. and more if up and heard loud bangs, so I have found health by the use of Mayr's TANKSTEEL VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATFORNEYATLAW
with medium Put rubber and I Ir each Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of
syrup. possible If eighty societies sprang out of bed and looked out of '.,
; <; cap in position, not tight. (Cap and'r4 : gains five mope comrades' on Oct. 3rd, the window. And there from this remarkable remedy is proof. STRUCTURAL- J
coming Offices
Here are the words of two Georgianswho : 3-4-5-6 Citizens Bank :.
tip if using enameled tin cans.) If it will mean a large increase' for our behind Culns (a few doors away) was have used it: Building .\

Using hot-water-bath outfit, sterilize: so small records in this department the 'Zepp.' B. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St.! FIRE KlMlmmoci. Flor'-*-, :i.

c 40 minutes; if using water-seal outfit Report all names to Miss Wyandt. "It was lighted by oar searchlights Atlanta, Ga.-"I took one bottle orMayr's ESCAPES
4 I Wonderful and it did :
i Sterilize 30 minutes; if using a 5-pound 'also to Dr. Francis S. Clark, No. 31 and our guns were banging all me so much good I must continue the HARD .(\

4, team-pressure outfit, sterilize 25 minutes ,I Mt Vernon St., Bejoton, How many around it. It seemed to be making treatment." LEWIS :" :,

outfit, sterilize 25 minutes, or If .: will the state superintendent hear straight for' us, and we could see 1* SALISTA THOMAS, 55 La FranceSt. _ WOODS. O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
outfit stenliie of? ., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your
using a pressure-cooker
above Suffitt's trees. But, thank remedy for five weeks. I feel like I Competent Waring Building. '

20 minutes. Remove jars. Tighten About twenty-seven societies have Heaven, it turned around and went to nardly known my strength-my appetite Force of Work S ,

,ecbvers. Invert to cool and test the answered the appeal made In the Stamford Hill, and left us quite safe." is fine." men for Road S -'

S 'Joint Wrap, Jars with paper to pre- spring by Treasurer Cavanaufb for Mayr's Wonderful Remedy rives Work. When: In N etd of 4
: The od-tinie' fur boa reaching to the permanent results for stomach, liver a <
tent bleaching. and store.Jj contribuUons with which to help pay and intestinal aliments. Eat as much VETERINARY SURGEON *

S Corn and,Tomato (Combination. the last year'i salary of the secre knees ha.'been.revived. and whatever you like. No more distress Call For 34 '

1'r Blnnch fresh cam on the cob 6. min- tary. We are grateful to them for after eating, pressure of gas in F.RICHMOND. i'
Pile 6 M
S 1L .\ttea.1d dip.Cutcorn from cob, this total of U II.I>:J. About IiI is drarrtil'Will Cu.-ecllft> f aid to""mo ;JtaysTour ;' U IAZO- the Get_-jttomaeh.bottle' and of around druggist the Eoraos Cllppe.4, $t and np j'Loughman

i Blanch due this debt. OINTMENT' Ullei to cyr. of Itchiac, one your '
; "jjcntting from tip tout to- yet on '
. and it on an absolute guarantee Road 5
811.d Bleedl..or ' ... ..._ try 't'
,4 vii .V minute* anel cold dip. Re- W. ought to hare more Junior..,I"The Bnt acsdo#. )UM.a, :d KniuJ% .t..aUau.. :4ZUUt'.w....,. ...JACKSONVI LLE.- ,

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(. "[' impoKCance of rest for a baby Sailor shape, oblong or boat shaped t at ate ?. ".(Eleven, vYeari'Old.) . ,I. 'r< t..h:>'I\"I.\ I .'i 1')11.:'. ;
tbe- leading liK '
turban and trlcornen are <1''' (Y .t.I'r. ltjJ ,
'L is obvious that It would seem superfluous s ms 1 1JIE :, 'Jf r ,
so I mall bata with variation of trimming. ,', r1 't, .Y p 0
r I t to1 deal with It at all. and yet II Fabric and plunk covered shapes are In Last year I "had a garden spot :riyir"! "' '\"{ "

.I.( experience among tbe babies of well to I great variety. Dark colors generallyprevail Where once had been''potatoes. , _

. Co parents proves that In a very great + a but tbe combinations of two I planted seeds, but weed tame "'Up'*,<'%:;$*>+t. , Y "iwi

/. number of coxes health progress marred/ Is simply retarded for 7 r qt materials of two colors and of two In place of my tomatoes "> >.jool.i ;|( ,,Ii; .M!

and perfect shades of one color are seen lu many '
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want of rent.. r ; -4't
I'w both trimmed and im-
4 of tbe shapes .
+4 A baby wbo does not sleep well U Ja trimmed. But after awhile I taw a: few '

uuomnly, and yet a remarkable Of seeds had sprouted. ;
.: really an Many of the bat trimmings oro'-jiut my
I,,' number of cases come under one's on in tbe form of al'1.IIQuc-tl1at is, .. Then I clapped my hands with joy "r h
: notice where this Is tbe case. It la r '
they are plastered as flat as |>sslble And pranced around and shouted. i, ;-', q ;'
? bard ofteu to trace this state of '' !
very on the crown or on the brim or overlapping y /1I 1- r. ,
',r things to Its cause. either of tho crownor '
cblldren undoubtedly Inherit tbe edges z hoed and watered them each day, I
"j Many of the brim. When not appllqucd or '
'" nervous tendencies In these days; nervous flattened ou to the hat the garnitures or E ,! And kept them growing bigger. $,

1 mothers have often nervous babies ornaments are placed almost at right ,4s Ytf Then I began to prepare my ground { I

r' and as their Influence is the potent .ne SA angles to tbe brim or to the crow n. t, t k And worked just like a nigger ., .. ." .

3 in tbe early days as well. It Is usually Among novelties In trimming for between I."tt1. ,. i

;, .Jjfa an environment calculated to further seasons and early fall are conventional Then I began to fertilize
I' enhance toervousness In which tbe mite : -
un- '<
floral motif. They ure
" And give the plants lots of room

k finds Apart Itself.from natural tendencies, too usual line. Tbe In coloring variety and o{fantastic ornaments In out In 0b.x3rxyy. And every day I'd strain my eyesTo ,. Y

f present day life. In towns anyway. Is beaded effects is almost endless. There see a little bloom. ... '

distinctly exciting to a baby. The is a wonderful assortment of bended ..

quick movement of motor traffic outdoors bands for edging brims of wide sailors One day when I was hoeing themI I

the brilliancy of electric light or of toques. There Is also a wide assortment I aw that they were blooming.

-' indoors-all mark a very different state rt of small ornaments' In the I was so glad I jumped for joy '

of things to the old days of leisurely bane of bird, lizards, frogs butterflies And started right to pruning.
and nd Ie". The sudden
movement ("n I and other Insects small animals i
switching on and off of a light at '
etc.. which are ready to sew on II cohered -
% t.kicLV'r Then
they had to be slaked
In Itself disturbing or stimulating .., ,
night |s ff.sXTjs. .. ,, e 'J shape. When properly attached ;
to a baby and as It has to become they look as If embroidered by bund And tied up strong and tight.

accustomed to much things It Is I FOB THB JTTVKICXIA. There are also buckles mode from I sometimes thought I'd surely melt )1

only common sense to reduce other This beautiful suit Is featured In beads and many beaded novelties mnde When the sun was shining bright. \

reasons of excitement to the minimum. brown broadcloth and trimmed with of cup beads'and paillettes or spun ,

For this reason as a rule a baby bandit of brown velvet The hip length glen.! The huge Jet paillette Is smart Kg'Mal" i iar One day when I was in my patch fi
should not le plured wltb often should
fashionable .plumage
coat has a high collar buttoned over to The most I saw some green tomatoes
not bave thing rattled at It or dangled !
Immense wing or pair
the left Bide The novel .belt confine"fullness trimming Is an Hanging down the vines
before Its e?. ... The more near to a trim broad brimmed i
vegetable: existence the early days are above and below the waistline of wings hats Intended and extending to from the top -.I.-* .- . ? . ". : '.> -I As large as small potatoes. I
passed In. shaking generally the bet while velvet buttons and narrow I .
of the crown across l"otb sides of the
cordlugs give a smart fllil..h. With thiswit ewer BXETKBH. j
ter for the "LoII Then the room In which the bnby goer a brown velvet. author trim of four or fix and are very efTectlte on This attractive variation from the : And I began to gather.

Bleeps must Iw well reiitllnted. but ..e med wltft au owl head. large lints. of felt velvet.or piece illk.. middy suit Is developed In navy sergeThe I'd take them into town .each day "

cure from drafts. And here may be Ostrich POIIIIKMIH mud Jimmy little unusual joke effect buttons ou i In any kind of weather. .'

mentioned the advantage placing LABOR SAVING. .stickup| effects of ostrich lire used with either side, and from the waist, the :
tbe col from the nurse's
baby' away crown beads or brim finishes ostrlcli fullness hangs! In straight/ lines down I People thought tomatoes fine
vor mother's lied "Alongside"; tins l become Various D.vrc.s, That A..i.t the HousvIIow fringe or small oHtrlch tips| Ow I lieiuls the skirt's length. The week 1" finish i ic,1 And to buy were my always willing. ir1
almost u universal rule but the
trimming 011 dress and l
kp. are n popular with a white pique collar mud a velvet
result Is Hint the < idle< Is breathing nlr tailored lints. Sometimes they are They always paid for them in cash. > ...
efficient is your homeeveli ? How ribbon tie I.arKe pearl buttons I
more or8 contaminated l hJ' thegrown used with two or more quills. hootlni/ My pockets were fast filling.. '
\ does It |>erforin Its func'tiohsYThere and a double white kid belt add ttuiurlfinishes.
up |.rsoii.. more especially an from either side or I they may l he poheilover .
tbe necessity of NiireiruurdtiiK, the child.from fur problems to IK solved theretil tlx1 Joining of nn o.,trlcli pliimo or -- ---- What I couldn't sell I had to can

', drafts. means Hint a free rur c\ery \\ Loll an engrossing us the Imsllies 1 form the center knot of n rllition
r;!?.J"t of air h., ninl rl;.:btly. nhl<,'nt. In of the V uje; earning bend l of th"l (puintevl oat rlch ,plumes, lirenovelty. a DRESS YOUR CHARACTER.How I To people who have said they'd buy Hi
winter'r time' ,lion t Ili(' \tl1'kesl l< microbe I family I Hut. Hunks' to modern lied. I I'lirtlciilarly InH-roMiIug ,are I
Of little later.
t' of the roininoii' cold Is ulirond. In the It Is not linp.$*''hh.I t<> ..ol\(' them. Foriiistaure. I the pompons' or cocUmles, of ostrlcli, to Look Becoming Rather Than me a .4.v 4

land the arrangement will lime the take Use vticuuiu cleaner. It designed to be used. singly *T In gar Ultra. :
further U-ui'til of siifeiriiiirillui;; the will iln the walk, of u innlil III airy\ lauds or bands on lurnc hili 1<. Small Press your chui.icter. not your fig Next year I hope that I may win S

small person 'Iroui Infection to a re small percentage; of the time It would, oriinmcnts" In I the form of mountedpoinM 1 I ure. Is I the ,mlvlcc of n famous actress, The prize for which I'm after, ,

mnrUultle decree I It Is pei'llounl.v *'""> dike her \f'rlurr1lIhe\ I same caulk OfIIIIIIKC { ''im.' mounted on long' Kleins, of! I nnd rulhersurprl, +lug I this nil vice seemsul And live up to our motto then :

to lean veer to a cot alongside nt e\er,> ' Its llrst ''st Is rather large, ill stripped( oat IP11. nre wen In u varlet (1I."t hearing. Hut 'tliiiik It over well 'To Make the Best Better."

Whimper or linn einent. to continue leant $li.r. l hqt the saving In the long of styles. Two liaruioiilzlnt" or two -ILA. I .
and, the excellence of the 1 den will appeal
night tenting nud, otherwise! disturb the run IN. xo "treat that no woman whoever commuting shades ore used together r4 ;q
)ong hours of rest uhlch are BO IMMICflclnl has the tiniest lilt of money to on one lint. to you. E'l'ryOll1UII has a certain !

-nay. Indispensable the pros HHMid| on making her home comfortable When dowers are used ns a trimming Individuality of her own-a ternptrumeiit. ,

f ress and good condition! of the child; should resist l but lug one. they are chosen" to harmonize In color if you ,111-1 that makes her ,I tvl ,

' but it If quite another thing when It If the woman does much of her work with some part of the fabric or ma n llttle-or perhaps. u good deal differentfrom l v'

y; necessitates retting up. and the herself-if she In one or the domestic terlal used in tbe shape or trimming all\ other women. Jt is the individuality .. ..- u

t .. more .likely to have a chance of women for whom happiness lies In do- For Instance metal brocades In color l'' this temperament, that women I

long, unbroken hours of rest wlthouB Ing tbe work of the house well-there. are trimmed with a single blossom should dress up to. according to the ',:,. '.' 1"
J t being deliberately taught to woke at are electric devices that will take tbe which repeats tbe color of the fabric:* actress, in order to make tbe personality J. '' ';f "j

i .Intervals. Of course If a baby.Is III or load of heavy work from her shoulders A single large flat rose is also used In i more marked and convincing. The of theare ]

j antblng is tbe matter It la another and yet give her the satisfaction of tbe same manner as a buckle for centering I But an Instinctive carrying. out of eyes ; :world .

,thing. knowing that she bus done her 'work ribbon loop bows. In this case I this advice with no heed to the prompt. ;.:
t 1... No baby should be rocked or "pnt herself Electric 'fans are considered tbe flower As In contrast with the rlb- ings of reasou may result In disaster. ..

, ted" to sleep. The baby should lx .laid 1 necessities by many business' men. mon. Grapes In pure white. In silver I''or' example, there is always the woman the who t

: down warm and dry. with every cure Surely If this is. so electric motors to In steel color and In the natural colors who weighs 2UO pounds or thereabouts on man

. to each detail of Its comfort. well fed run the Hewing machine and the washing are used. with novelties. I but whose personality is dis- ,

d, shaded from any light even from machine and the dishwashing fancbtne Worsted! or crewel embroideries ore tinctly kittenish. Is she to dress her 1 ;

's tbe drift day and so accustomed to p:u are necessities. for the buuRe .fe. another form of millinery ornaments character or her figure? There Is also ,

1' to sleep unbeeded'and unrx'ked. Sometimes If you do your housework yourself, especially for misses and children's the very little woman who ought to
'. It will be ikwakened suddenly why don't you look Into this. matter of hata. Hats of velvet and silk have belong to the cuddly, appealing class '

possibly by some noise or exterior Influence. labor saving devices for the borne? their brims decorated with fancy who yearns to be Impressive and stately. ,

|K>sslbly for a cause which cannot There Is one other necessity to efficient stitches done In heavy silk or worsted. It she Insists upon wearing tbe SAVESvfl

be determined:: ;; do not Immediately labor-comfortable ahoes. The This embroidery may be merely a very gafments of the grenadier woman she

take the child up even if It is l. crylnR time has come when every young college simple geometrical design lu simple may spoil her chances' of being fascinatingly

although It Is -the ordinary Instinct. to girl or professional woman throws long and short stitch or It may be very charming.But '

do so-but simply turn It over in Its appearances to tbe winds and walks Intricate needlework. Brim edges fin between these two extremes ,, ,
words forth In low heels and toes. Her Isbed lu l buttonhole! stitch are sinnrt.
cot soothing It with soft as you roomy there is a very happy medium, and in .r
i do so-and giving It a teaspoonful or so feet may not be as beautiful as formerly as are trimming bands cut out In round this Idea of dressing up to one's type "jI

of cold water It It appears hungry:: this but her general appearance the scallops Vandyck points or tabs and there Is also a very valuable suggestion I PAUSE for moment, young man, t .._,
simple process, carried on in the darkor swing and grace caused by being comfortably buttonholed along tbe edges. Tassels The Importance reflecting perlIo'al -
In tbe same subdued light which obtained ,sbod. makes up for It. The of all sorts are among the popular Individuality In costume is appreciated a thought to self. The n{ 7

before will In ninety-nine cases shoes she wears cost $5 and may be fancies drooping from brim edges or by many women who design

out of a hundred Induce tbe little one had In all leathers and sixes, from kid I from tbe center of crowns. their own clothes and band tbe designsto problems that confront you now, or
to straight off to sleep asJu.Of to Russian calf. Children's batH for fall are divided
go tailor, dressmaker and milliner to ; '
" course a baby should laid to between two line there for very In practical guise. The actress will a few years hence. 1'1'I
sleep on its side In alternate positions .................. .......* young children and those for younggirls. reproduce in her part Is always dressed in I :'

each nlgbt. and care should be taken SOME NEW WRINKLES.' ! Tbe poke and tbe mushroom are conformity with the character she Is I '
that tbe little ear is laid flat and not j the two popular shapes for very young but her costumes-and there Look about J'oaa. mea of affairs fai reentry, stats, Mati* :-7-.
children while tbe and portraying is tb. world the wb started to ia fife a t
crumpled. *. .. simple toque la en important point-are made to !suit are meal MY early ,
During tbe first two months of ute a the sailor are tbe leading shapes for
lingerie her lines while expressing a special
ribbon from figure
Before removing
bealtby, weU managed baby will sleep lengthto schoolgirls.: sort of personality. Therefore If hey bare tb* respect mid conideac .f tb* coa aatty.73ea .
etc.. sew tape-the
,!almost all tbe time, waking only at tbe the ribbon. in drawIng The bats for young children, while the delightful flounces of the 1830 pe- I ij''
I regular feeding times when probably the one ribbon end of-out the tape takes its not of an elaborate character, are riod suit your type exactly but are a leek oa the other lid*-at the fdUws wb. ...... aO duyamake .

a cry will give notice of the fact. Once place. When the ribbon goes back dressy..' being -in light colored velvets bit trying to your too solid figure, adopt -tby may La.. a good tiau for a wbil) ,. bat what din tk* \ wrpess.aality
twenty-four hours it should be or wltb Illuminating abadea in trim- \
In tb* again sew It to the end of the tape the flounces but sea to it that they are reflect?
wed lusty flt of crying, so that ming. Many little poke bats are faced
a that the linesof
the arranged '
and tbe teOJous task .of drawing so cut and so .
the lungs may be weU expanded, and ribbon through in the old way 1s re with delicate pink or blue and In the tbe the silhouette are right. A dollar or 10 deposited ia the .beak will b* tfcancle ;1\
floral usually
good exercise given generally. Tbe are 1
time when sleep should be least encouraged I moved. form of small bouquets set In ap- fIt ** of aa boaorabl, iadepad. car****.
After washing tbe hair, a good way you are 8" street car rider don't
is in the late hours of the plique fashion to the brims or crowns Make your beginning aw-today. Yaw
to thoroughly: rinse It Is to fill a com- delude yourself Into thinking you ride '
that a sounder and and are In the same delicate colorln .. baak bk will tb.
day as by means mon tin flower sprinkling can wltb In a tax lea b or your own limousine or par way. y
. . longer sleep is induced at night I water and Suspend on a nail or hook Some very pretty bats have trimmings brougham. There Is nothing to be t tI
: ..At ajx months old two-thirds of tbe above the bead over tbe bathtub. The of aUk soutache and silk tasselsin ashamed of In riding in a street car. I

f day of twenty-four hours should be water comes wltb just force enough to contrasting color. For Instance, a The majority of civilized mankind do t<

I spent In sleep, which means that sixteen rinse and the sprinkler can be tilled Davy blue velvet wltb high crown and It when they have the fare. But thereis I StateBank )i
is the Urn This narrow rolling brim has a trtjnmlng
hours proper
as often as necessary. a little code of street car manners
! I should be continued until the first After washing woolen blankets dry of soutache. braiding In French blue that every street car rider should heed.

, birthday when a couple of hours less them on curtain stretchers. which will and a dangling silk tassel of the same To .begin with act as if yon were In a

f suffices, ten hours being devoted to the prevent them from shrinking. .shade. Among the novelties In misses' street car. Wear clothes suitable to of Kissimmee j

. waking time. This fourteen hours A handy Uttle dish wtaber for the bats are tbe sailors with slashed brims the car Remember that the small fare ,

'c Bleep .. needed by children until they milk: bottle etc. too narrow for the and the toques wltb pointed trimmings. yon pay entitles you only to your own stack _______1100,000.00 .
: are five years old, at ll',wblch about 'hand and cloth Is made from the wire I place. A baby with sticky flngers or a ..,...... a
, '... two boars may be knocked: off (which handle of a grape basket: which U New Feature F.r ....ka. laborer with muddy feet may sit nextto

I mean practically in many cases dropping straightened out. wIth. the book left "The housemaid's dainty apron must yon. Such a condition may, of course, Oilcan and DI<.tt.n. -

f 't the sleep by day and baring only OB one end \ I be a feature of at ....t.OD. of your -be distasteful to you but It is quite ,
t tb long nlgbt "Of twelve boars), and Instead the ordinary method. that spring frocks be dancing dreaV or legitimate You can ask the baby's C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vic* . .'."... tr 't ,

,' -after t&.seventh birthday still another to used for removing rest stains try afternoon gown. On of the latter seen mother to keep the baby's finger from M. KATZnZfcl Vie Prsst.r IJ

l r boor may b* s ROMA maMAS CMUcr
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n 11 numiiiiiiiiini \OTICK OP' .APPLICATION FOR NOTICE- .) FOR JVBLICAflN. !

LKTTKHS HIOHATION PATENT; AND DEPARTMENT' 6r TMBl 'INTI51OII, : .. Florida the Paradoxical\\'I 1

'' V. 8.! LAND OFFICIO AT (tAI1taE.: .
;1'1.. I TO ALL, \VHOJf. IT MAY' CONCKItN!: : VILLB. 'LOR'UA..EPT 4, 151.. .

NOTICE! 18 HKHEHY: O1VKN. That BerlaJ -< >>.... ,. .f.1 ;
: AdvertisementspieiiuiiiliIIiiIiSII the undersigned will apply: to the Qov *1N. .
KNOWN FOR QUALITY 26th- d'.t the of October.State .t.tA"o" U. iSiS on, the torletters E.Notice Wall 'Is of hefeby glvon that Fletcher whoP I (Continued from Pate 3)i) i' his methods. \ '

11,11 Patent, Incorporating\ the Family Kenan.vlll.'l.lortda. Florida soil have said while
; we
on November ( ..a besidei which the state's revenue from B "
r I. Clrevl C.mrt ... t... ..v*>
P &ceYo. orders NOW for Clrlt .( Ik. Stale of .......- of the Secretary of Slat of the. Lot 1 of NWi4, Section i. Township 11 ''I''I the former will reach huge propor
r Ma, .. cad tut 0. **'. C..sty State of Florida. South. Range. S4 Uast Tallahassee tions. fertilizers give the crop plen'j
TURNIP SEED RUT IN CHANCERY This 20th of A D. Meridian, has lied' notice -of Intentionto I ? .
day September, ty of food for the time :
BAG COLLARD. ONION Mmrr If. .*... WM.w, as Gurdisa ..fRIP. 1116. make Thr..Yeu'roof.. to establish Even' now the cry is.heard of oyer. einl'.barrne.. .
mmmm, LeRoy .._ Cllmt.m Ban H. M. PEA KB claim to the land above described before accident, but they do no} or '
SEED.. aleo ONION SETS ..4 ri... Dell BBM, .$..T ....1... .. I W.; H. PKAKB. Clerk of the Circuit Court at KJsslmrnee production 'of some of Florida's most cret ,' .

? < SEED' RYE. SEED OATS. Walter JIa... .r.. .>_..4. Ce..lala. J. W. HARRIS. Florida. on the list day ef products. build up soil*. \
October. 1916.Cial't not
RAPE GARDEN BEANS. oat.V... rORBCLOSCRB SUIT PROPOSED CHARTER names a* witnesses: not overproduction so much as 1 Wit more animal. on the farms- ;

; 0 PEAS. POTATOES' Etc. Hrarr T. Baas, sad Clla Baaa, fcla ..6FAMILY B. H. Ouy. of Kenanvllle.. Florida. under-distribution and horses, cattle, dairy cows, sheep, hogs (
t"1 Wife, ..* MalT 1*. Baaa, wUaw, R_ STORE John H. Balsden of Kenansvllle under-grading.

:t ''Oar FALL SEED CATALOGUE .......t.. The undersigned hereby aaaoclatethemarlves Florida. This country and Canada can never poultry-i-the land would b built up
?k .. U reeJj, it gives full NOTICE OP MASTERS SAI.BT together for the purpose otb."omlnlt' Eli BaJa of Kenansvllltf Florida.PenIgs.n .
and would
Florida's respond
description price etc. It AU Wha* It Mar Cearrral Incorporated under the Law. Sellers of Kenansvllle. Flor enough incomparable permanently more

n. It known that notice U hereby of the, State of Florida, and under the ida. and grapefruit of her surely to chemical fertilizer and
will be to mail ROBERT W. DAV18 nor t
a pleasure you the undersigned a* Special I terms of this Proposed CharterARTJCLEJ : .
one on request. flt'.rbfn: Chancery hereinbefore appointed 1. li-tt_ ,_Register. winter vegetables, when they are the a smaller modicum. In the event ofa
; In this cause that. during the Section 1. The name of this Corporation -
legal hours of sale on the 4th day ofOetob.r. shall be the Family Htore NOTM tttH I'1'BLU'AXIOIM' \ best of their respective classes But successful crop the margin of profit

: ; Poultry! fttt Sopplles lieibi- A. D. Ifli being rule day of Section 2. Its principal office and Florida would increased with failure the
,.. growers are beginning to b ; ,
_.. .
this Court. I will for sale to place of buslneaa shall be In the town D..rt of t>e Isilerlvr, V.) lOfflee _

tars, Ete., Coakey'i lid the highest bidder expoie for cash the following of Klsslmmee City. County of Osceola .< lTrlUe.. .. Florida.SOPI. reap the punishment of having loss of actual investment would b
and State of Florida and Us businessmay as. IKIS.Hrrlatl psaessed
Pnn'i Remedies described premises: I be conducted In aald town of KlaHlmmee *... OJOIl*7. a near-monopoly; they materially reduced, for to fertilize en- '
and all
.( The East half of Lot Three. wer
and elsewhere In theState
of Lot Four and the Kast half of Lot of Florida. and In any other State Niitice! I. luerelo given that Jnm. careless and shipped anything Including tirely with chemical one of Florida's

Six of Hlock Five of 8. A. Uoblnson'BAddition such other offices, H. Bnll..,. or tougiirliiiri. Florida. .who
Write for weekly Price List or Country through bonanza
to the Town of Klsxlmmee brunch, aKt'iiclts or otherwise as 011 July 21! 1912! 1111011' Hom..I..d En-: second-rat luxuries, for which'no trck crops money.

and Catalogue. City. 9 nId lands being In Osceoln shnll be neteHaary' nr convenientAKT1CUK try. No (ilMib7. for WS4, .r NWI H".4or public stand. That is why her boosters and hei-
County. Florida. 2. N\\ .... unit N" .s or HW >... 4'ettitt. 'i I 1
The place of sale shun be the CourtHouse Section 1. The general nature tif. the 1 N. T.wliship South. Raflg' Eat.Tallahaitat's In branch of human knockers are both so many and so! -
; M2' hl .fMn every
t E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. Door In KIsHlmniee. Onccula 'buMlncHH. tir l uttlneaaen. 10....* trunaact- I ridian. ., tiled i ,tieeif industrycomes emphatic.

County. KlorldnPatrd ,,11] hthf Chill, i'unlpan)' hall be aa folIOWM 1 iliteliIiI'tl: ; tfi nakt Thretyi: ar Iri.l1. I the day when only the best is
:i 20U Knot Bay Street this 2Kb day of Anijiist. A. to r.ittalilRh lalni ti, I hr. iittitl. ful..rietli Florida
D. 1916. To <.4in v JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JOHN S' CARICI.. 1,11, lug anil Hilling at retail men'it imd lit l, isilifOn...... I.lrri.iii. .rp, t h.. I 1'1 I h .i.i who famed on specialized '
cannot produce the best Success
An "1'''cnl I MHM4T In Chnnrcry box 'a .. ..thin". furnishing ""..II.*. lthotarolhiiR. or No'. eniio-r. 19'5' I or will crops. ,
( ) JOHNRTOoA It I< ETT.: , lui'i ktl,.... Suit te. auHpemleiK. unileiwiar. C"nllllll', uuiuulu-lu HM ItTlfHHi'N i not produce it economically have to it would seem, has legitimatized this
A. Counsel fur 'oniplnlnant. 37 6t hatH htolery. J..w..lry. umlin \\ J 4 .,url cit. IIf i: (L..II..hllllln.I..rl.11I, :
__ .llaM. liaiidkerchiefH mufflerM hjithii I .\ II I ..X. of I.rPtlitiltluiutI VI.I.I"t Ifiie way t those who can and will. course, but soner or later fundamental -
_H _. _- _. __ --- ,l I"'R. Htnoklnir jitt-lxitH III..\...... lucid all K I II iilu ".tin. of !..MJ v hntiifi h'liit lila I .
('IT.'TIO'\." AI> I'\II'I'II"'I'IO'\! mticliH. antl HUiipnea. aplM'ilatiilii A J Illicit' ..if 1.'l
When lo tinluixtm a. til ClothleiHTi HIIIIEHT vNoll \ PA" I IS. for the Florida the \ .
you buyBREAD_. !. Court of the County .'u....... *<.<. of .> ttmtluct a more 01 Hlorea. for Ihe 41.,.' H. giuui, ,'r I I expert horticulturist, and, as . paradoxical Permanent

Klorldn, Oiirrolit ('ount"'R.. unit tetall anil wholi'HIlleKlaHMware . somebody has remarked the grower agriculture will b found to be based
..r .In "....dR. "ro..rh. .r.ukel Y. '\11'1'11 I.: I I
Ktatr of llamaln C. ........h. tniiiHware. lintntHH tlapIIIKH | of choice oranges belongs to the very only upon a soild] structure of improving .

Ill Till; Jl IM.IOK MAll) (.(>t HTWlunBK. |"| artlileit inntli! (ruin leathtr notlOIIH : i IK In ii l I" >jlv'i .hal> "" Tlmm soil and this
i ) A K DrouKlil. h....",1| i ito , tnllllllllX abc.. ... I llootH. tll> H. lollfiitloiKtv. ilin, tin,. _"-tliiIn.I iif. i'"ii I ..ttt.t. A I H I MM'I I nobility of the profession. But she depends on livestock

thin ,'ourt for I.i-tti-ri of AdminiM' ,, wHll-papii.. .leO'ornll t IOIIH( .it .tin- i h iul, nf 101 0101 .. I link .\ M .it.1ti offers a still wider field for those who I Incidentally, the industries based
h..r.i -. caipi-IH. and,, other, 11111,1.I i, a i itt t liuu'mi ... ill Tiliit.\ll1." IlrntiiulS.
tlon with' will' aniicxi-d on '1tii' i-Htut'.' .r nf inei i liHiiclltte ritieHuatantl, lulls > nl- nl, l-'l'.i i III i I'h.I i n"n"! me. t I lm nt. will come and till her broad acres in upon livestock will bring; in just as
Hdtnaln) < ltnIi deri-UHt-d. lattf i'I: .
r Ask for the BEST tut for ilnns and hiniHi, .liolil UHI.. .1.mill. tI h., n w m PM i.r.I t Iii litlilIa" liitiiiltqt' 1 In Iii*.
oilnty (if ( >,polii. . 'in i all" t.. do H met, i..uirtilr ,,iil. itt \ |.|1'1. I : I J.'hl.M(.. I Ii .mi, .im. I > ..I r" I ,uitl, staple foodstuffs, more \'aluabl. many much money as the spectacular cultuies -...
These ant li.-rfi,ri- to cit, .' >in,,1 1 r d ,..,.
II f fm 'tin', iii I Hi
I. IMH 1.1I 'L11 rm u
monlKli nil Htul tlnKulur llu- :Mlmltiil.' To. inrion I the ImaliiiHa of .hoot anilf 1111: ,nil.,, .: I <,if lii.: I :,:.>:,:, I nl ;:.II.I; |:. i iI ; ,,, times ov..1 than the grams which have they help t make more secure.

1 ? We make it. Every Grocer tell ito. iind creditor. or ..11101 .il .nln i i ilHppinr f> ., uuiki IH anil,, <),'all-PK anil to nianiif "h., Kl'.lll.' I... .i I 1.11,1.I 0 t III.I ...I I -.ii.l,. ', nude Moitht'in fields world-famoul.I | Take dairying, for example for \i
tnfore thin ,Court .,'i. -- ,In fth. "" n till i i l I">u\ mil tin pot t. i.x !pol, I .1. ,mlin tI"I l t ,Ill Sits.I I I.., i,1.1 I I ,'"m I.l Till I
Y' .- IBth dev nfOitiilxl( A I H. I'" .. .,.1 I Itilt' .1. .i I I ,,1 I liiiulM I nlio. H leathei I anil I ii I Ii S > 'al- .1"ml, t oIJ' . ,,1 I Ann"H \ I II!,, I I I I another example] of the there is no more inviting field than <
Olljfl tlllllK. If Hll\ I tlllV llllM I"> ,llnKrnntlliK i I.-(" klnda'' M.u ItliiK. x .11 "inth' "H>\\ .ll lu< "ot.I 1 ,.1' 'ihi, I,I Hi..mlIn "I, ,,... paradox Klonda
i'f l.i-tlirn "f Ail, nun, I-I,,t n t Ii ,m, ;, ".I ::..t.,1) ; (/ J,:, :: ;'. Tot: t llootH .. ,: I t. ", ,(,f .( ,Ill. I \ |1'.l'"I i". "ll N.I,1,1, il I ."I",,1',! I pic-t-nted! by Florida, take the rattle Yet it is an industry which 'v1

K. BAKERY \\ ltl h w" il) H'"I1.X.. "''I ist' tin "inn ,, ,ill b. "t-i .0"10..1 I I.i ii"l, I i Ixilton, 11".1,.. I.nia fiat I. in' n- 1"1" I 1" nun 'l.l.f I "."" mi .111,,. I1 *' iiuv-tion Ask any n"w'onHr to thetittt got on feet .,
.I. lh-, .Illll. .1)1)' .'Ill., nil M ii 'I. ui, Kh inii, in this far southern
A K )p iiniulit t nr lu xi'Mn 1 .110"I t tit I l lHIIII > > ;("> I I .11 I I Mhiitttr H I I -ii. n. \.t\I .i lt''If state.
III ,. ", .. ill "11,1\ ." t 1.I r. .. ., liI I ,I'.. ..1.i I.S I.. )I.ii...1, in, ,Pt I" .li''i, I sh..ill I. fit",' lit 01 t-M'ii some who hat I been
i.r |p. -tIlls *.... ,, I .nl-i . i,, ,i.l. "i |".'"11 MIL: l>nniu'.rt, 1 h.'" i i r" .i il. ,- >l.t.,, .ii.I. ,- 10 .,..t I i. tji.ill, I I.. .." w Intel, visitois for and In this article we have dwelt more 4
\\ Ilin --I ln) iiiini* II"i i ii.f theywill
.. .. yta's.
' I l.ijs ... II liOltLL I "it Hi' \ 1111.1) I ..... \.I. Il p. isoli ol I l.\. |.i.i\\, |
'. I i i
I II I- t I uiitv l "r. i nil I' I II"I- .1!Il!. Hi' I II, | .1'; : : : : : :; : ,, j particularly upon things, ',
, , . tellou I that to
I iiiii. ml I i ii hi i \* Is* .11 11 IilIl, -I I II 'I II u I II I I I illli V 'Il. I .1 till p\ III'f Flo,11 IS not a 'ow pertaininj
S iin\'. rq.: IM A i > l I'M UI ti.s. I ,..." ..1 I ., ml in, t.I |l'i"I', i ITS t ill [' ] t..l .'ss n.,, .1 ,i. -1,1 i ..s' ,n.. i ii.. -."dI" the soil because
I il I T M Ml I KI'IM I l I state that in Florida
I .. ,. ; cattle piobahl will not alrculture -
fooo 1 01 I i n.i] 1,1(1( 1 nun <>\ il I t Ii' "liltll'l "it i 11. IIl
t\ ,iH i It Ci'llllH .1 ".1". I .illi . .tl1.-, ,. .., Ito Illkllt. as everywhere else
M. TILLER Ii I. in.I' i I. him s 01' i Iiol.IO.I | l.l- ll 111' \llll.' "l lII thine. Yet the truth -perhaps
. .. .. .. .. is that nowhere more
II" II. .Itlll 1 IIIIIIIL. lll\ ,l'|> III.I I .1 I \ | It Mil I I.1.1 I to"11 Mil.ill
: //1" I Inlriiil< < iiilrl. >.!.\.nlli .".. Mil; I i, ,;.i 11\, i. 11 .1)) I".i "I"' I'f' u. In, I .1,11 I. .. . I I. .1 I I. t. ,1 I i. ".".1 5,1,"1.5 I I i-i, tan cuttle be 1 piodnced so easily] or so so--ih the basis of all prosperity. This .

Real state | I Clr.-,," Iii mill for 4....'.oln c..luiul. I I I" . i .il. t..I.. i"ml I |,, i lot in' .1 1t1. nlI I II 1 I' .. tinJTth, .'t.s of I :>. |i.I.. liii', I i state, has
Agency. , . ,, ,. Kloi ula how.\.r. numerous other
hi'aply ( ;
V )1"1..101. >- \ p. .11.I ii t i I n. "" i" 1 I. i 1'1.1 as in ireen pa.sturaife r-
.... .... .. ,I .." |.. Ii ..l, I ,u i ,,h., ,i .1 i Ii" ..f I tin. i.l.i. I I 1I I. ,1,1.. . 11,. I I ll t, I Ill'...1 MI kouni's- I
--m--- m--m m mm mm i at all tbhn/ lumbering phos-
I 1: "!.,4ullOr> \ .'II..n..r ,....'.I1..r.. 4 hlll. i I Ii., 1,1'"0111.1.."I..,,, 01 I 011,11.' \ I .1.I -I i .1, i I i i. \ \ "K I 1. I 1:11.1.: I I reasons ; a nllmln of

1 u Realty bought and sold. :X, 1..1111. ..r I 1..1 I ....1.1.1111 1,11... .i I.I. i. v .in.I.I ..11,I I ol I I II. I |I".\\ I TMIS. > ....Il I" I ."" .' food ii'ipnu-il to offset the colil ; con- phate milling, ful"s earth, furniture
I. ,.,
| 11 t o. I vhi | (1.1 l I"( i t I"( t .1 I l 1" i "t.1 -1 I
To A I 1.1U I IJ$$1 >M I IT M I V1\ i I I iM'l I. U UI USl' : and
I Houses rented. (11,1 I 01.. 1.1 \ ..II !" .III.I' iIiI'I Il II "I I Iii I I S U I I I I I I > , r-lant 'uiiession of ftI wo..I\IlnK. ht.ld.s many otherpotential
J. I : ,II I Uni.vv I II".1 I II". I IM I I II, oj" I I 1''I"\ 'j age lops
"II i\ .
< II . . ,,, I ,
M > \ I
'I I.I. I I I I I. 1 II t II"I .I ll I.1 I I I M I I \ I I 'I': I IMl ) -
Taxes paid and Titles verified ( >. I tiiiu-i ,\ I > i'ur 1 i \v ,iii I I ni'i\. '| I I ii, I H.I 1 t..I.. I I I", "..I I II" .1' Illll. I .11.' 'I, I.,, I I II.I I I .l 11 I I I thioutrhout the > ear fully equal to } unpoitant inilustnes which
II 1,11,11, ,tIti. ,IIIMIII, ,, \\ i 1',1.I ", 'Inli-i, ,1 .. should be
.1\.1"I ,1"It I I hut
i ii. i M \ I in' 'iiI -
I. |t.l are not
for non-residents. i I tin. ( 'II' lilt I I I '.'"It I I r..t, I tin. S. 1111 I I, ,, I I"i inn.'' ( I '' ' ..1.1" 'I.I.. ..I il. i.. I II I M \ ''lilt.* \1.1 : I Ilic' I li""-t whuh I I the noilh P tan piodiuc I jtt touched.I'roportionulely .
I ill., till I ,, II In,. :M, r I I" I. ,ill I ; , ; 1'1'I", ; ; 01' I
Fire. Life and Accident In- i lilt Hi >i ifl I f I iuli, ,III., u I 11. I .I I \* I'l, s "(,ll, I I I I I tipI I d,1 I I I"I I'K a i limited I I peiiod Kr'at'st. however,
: . no I
I ;
.r till I ll "I-H I I'n1..11, llf I I I III I.! ..t..p i "It" I'Tlllll I |...i" ""'" IM !l.iTis i ."..I I I II"" -' \ ,1. I . !I.- "Ii. I I I. l. II t 11,1 I, t Ill"I., expense 1 I'loi
surance. \\" MillUlllll'. H I 111, II, 11.11., I ."1,1., : '' .; ;'I I 1'1"I > ;hi:; t "I"I I \ ,,1 I .,1 I .J 1 I I.. I . I I.,I..1!.1hi fin, -heltei dui log) the ('oldestvealhei' in ,ula's economy Ill be its basis
In the ( 'lt\, i-f-, 1I'MliitiH, ' i 0.) , ,"I.. I \ "ITt' I ll' 'I I 1.1 I : :< I. II.,. 1I.j.i, i i i ii. \\ 1',1 i i. ii.,,.iI i- ; of agiiiultuie and
: Indemnity Bond. CiuiiitI'lorliln >-. t. i..n I 1 'I 1',In .1111"i ( n tit ,>,f t It lu, I'Mi I T.i.I.,., .I 1 ..I till I 111 I 'H I I .'I l I II.I S\ I these, Ill V all tong points in favor this, because of its

t I 3)111,11. I Ins, tIll lf'lh' "la"f :Si pli" nil", I i I i I I .1.,l K 1 ..f I h I IM I in i I put"11 loll I I II ti.i, 11 I I 11. ill I"I I i lulu i I I I.I I " 1 I 1"1.,1.1 | i |.i I I II II., I of I'loiida I only I ,'lllat. We have all heard the 'heap
A. 1> 11G!' '1'. i, '1'I li.ui-, mil. i Sill( 'Him( 'mi' I I '.11,1) s .II) I Il I ,1 01" llf X II ll-l \ I I' 1 I1 5! ] "' I II I .1.1I I 1.oKII..o I in n-ient
+- runt) ]M,.I.AI. \ .1.111.IN: : "oI..In'.1 ., inn "" .1. i ilni'l'" )'.I,.III. ins.' ,.. ,,,1.,1., 'III illS, (Ciiiuit' dull" years. Mieer that Honda possesses nothing
- Vnli" AK"" '" < mwfi'tdCIHUIKI l. ,1'.u t .0111' ..r "''in. II ,",,1.1( 'ii I I"" "'' I II --. \ i III I lulu< 'i.l'i, 'i I ..I, I 'I..1, nl, i 'inI .*>,, but
< '
oooo.oooo , ,1 I fur tinIVIItniru I 'r 3'.IITUT. 1")1 I ) II, .1. Il, ;alld i SUI h, Mtol k 'Illl'\\1101111'' I"M.I, t ..I I 'H. I...1.1 I I III' '111. I 1'10. .II. I \ l-iom time it is l'mlll.; that when you buy land
"." ,,,1..1, f." ,I.Is tin ,, I.I., ,", I w Ii. I i.111,I I II I II I I >|1' 'K .1 D.I in t i '.'inpi'ial. true, it is not the ,
-- --- I llO' ''I )'''' ''' ''' '' ItiOS I" t..iI.i fin 'in Ill mi, mis, .. ,,,01" t r i tiIl-ttl.u i : .t ii ., .i holds i t>s'miwlld cattle have roamedthe "r you pay for butJU '
1.1':" 4 I. :1O'rU'I..: ,l.Iii'' in. In Iihoi $. I \ Il.W'I )Il''I|1'''II I- i Ii.: s l p.,.n.l i., MIS ,.11, u Ilt-I ?I..I., i 'ill, foothold under the climate. IntendM/,
C. I ., I. .i Jnvt N.iliitin.n. I I., I- ,, iiI 'tin. V.\: .>ll.1.1 I \ I I I 1''II 1 tI ll' .... III.' toll.. woods and prairies utterly uncared
7' W. GRIFFIN : 1'\ KSl' tTK OK :M. 1) TJMl.l... I"'"'1)>l'"oIvts I HI )h V 111" .1" I ,lo It. ...1 I III., Ill si .1"i i ,.f s., :.I in., nt, h u 1 II I t. "ii I'h. fI,1. with the as a disparagement by the iitpjJ4g' <
U..d. .. Ii, I I I III .Illll, |tot lit' fill, .It -III llInn. I.o.u il IM.UIof ill. u, Hi.. fioiil. .I..r natural results flowing well, there stIll :
.1 iiil iii ii.11 ..,,01.? t..M.a. t hi I I.., 1111. I I tin, Co nit, Mi.ii". II K ,IXIIMIM.I'M,, , from inbreedingand is a uh. tratum .ol
Niillce i.. lH'r..h Kl\ Ill I Unit ai UK i.r .111., .. tin H III.'" .hI. i iiii. 111 .oI.I' ". oil Ci.init\ I 1..1.I I ulll off. t 1.1| underfeeding. truth in the sarcasm and
I Staple and FancyGROCERIES "Id..w ..r the Hbonumiil, diitilint. ot" ,SI,tofk I IIIH\ II. III' I .us. .1 floin tutu, s,1. I.. t II Ia., I"' ". IMS, .ulh.i,, I.. M 1..1.1 i l.ut lb ie and there however in complimentary -
M I). Tlndnll. lio lnl, intiftati', I 'ill t in luiif. 1.1" \tintl tin. ;.tiiioiint' Mt.iti.l. int ....h) it pulili.. out ,r\ th follontim recent truth at that did he but know it.
prcxiMit lilY' piMltlon to, tin. 1 lonoi nlil,. t'I... Ill.' ttDt' |IIO\ '.Il''i I ll\ 1 I.HTI'I.I' I.IM till I.MI, \l1..f( 1-i.ln. 2'' .itl.i'4 yeats improved male stock has been Granted
TI] Month illS '...lIlv .ludKf ..rc'eol.u 0... \ : -I I .in..I I ill fi.i., l.'l .J .'f .\ S V.'ls..i : .1.IIt hi'ought in feed a climate that gives 365
: ) have
County. Klurlilii ..t tile "1st u.111 ,il |" il. "Illp 't. South, It.lTUi- _'i I'.IIMt; for per annum compared
the Court HOIUM in KI l .II11.."''... I.'loriiljion l |M i 11. \ i ir u nt IIHM|' > .11- to .ttiMfslt planted succesive maturity so as
. i "i il Itm 'to l.i H / I iOu. Ii ...1..1..III .11,1 I It fl HP. M 'itt, with a constant diminution
Monda> I lie 4Ih day .r < )i .h'r. A 7
Altrii'l.K: I r.Sittlon f .1 'Illl'' < OHlM I to avoid any cessation in the supply
: 1). 1 1G. for the appointment" I of Comminftlonr I Tht> liiiKltKNH;, \ ..r'thin t'or- I I"I\1 :; :I I lllIM, S. Itt 24 ,\ I II I I'll"I II I down t 150 growing days the farther )
Free all Part l >, ,,- In"'r.'tIn and the results have been
: Delivery to rt* to aHHiKii ni) "\ r 1'tl"n., until othiiHlHi |1",1,1.,1"" \ I ; I" KI 1(111115 little shortof north
the Maid e.tat.. according' 1.. lav\ Iii" MLmil itt I'll. I..ix ..h." I hi. i i.n- ii i Il 'IKIIKII i : 1<1.,1, Ma.... i I marvellous. you plant your crop, what limit
: of the City At IziIi time and plact> all parties Iii d"ilI'-"I ,li\ II I"PM'''', nt! u \.1', Hill'nt! Ciitii' "pltil' liantM* S'lllilTor, 4n-4t' I I can be set to the wonderful 1 :;
Interest may attepd If tlit-y dieii a "Si I proper. ..... (' Of Illllltllttt. I.. I... ll I offiuni ; ;. of this land for
"IINII''K.' tIu.4 -.. 4 ....r. .if 4..peola i producing the ne- :
9*. .ooooo..oooooo.oooo ROSA B. TINI>AI,1,. I thn-f to n\ .. mimlMMi, I II.P .. tx.utniinili. !stale' of Klorldai ,. < h..r 0".C7'1 cattle buyers in Oklahoma after an
88- -I . Itv-I I.iiMH. antl to .1,.. IIIt.r"hl.thin\ In, .. investigation Florida, 000 .
-------- -- - -- Itodtlj rMtmesit toi .
living the
the. limits ntntcd The office nf Si-en I ier.u. ('.....-HIII. I had the following to say on the subjectof regions of .
NOTICE tai>" and the offloi' of Treasuri-r may Klr.> l.iinler. It. I). \\ .rl... et .1.! diminishing growing days ? Even if
: cTllM (Kor Final Dlaekarsje.) In* held' hy I the Hame peraon Tin. Mmirdof "I'm II. l>. \\Brlsia H..r..ylll.. North cattle: !1 Florida -I;
Directors may nppolnt such other of- 4'art.11.... soil had to be built Inch
!. Cainrt .. Coualy .Indite. State! .. nccm. | "Florida offers the up. ,4
ur RiceiilM' an In their Judgment' You aitIn, rvhv direr It.d to appear on best opportunityof by inch before it
Florida. would
Waceola Voa.
nmy ueem wist and shall preHcrllio. produce,
Monday the first .
day Novpinher. it
In re K-tale ofWalter for such officers or RKentR. such |>owt 11S.I 10 the croBn-hlll I riled. aNal;lust you any state in the Union for the rais- cultivation would still be .
L Un.... 8r. 'rs and dutl.... as In their .dlHtritlontn In th.. taiiKialitive entitled, ing of cattle. You have impressively
Notice Is hereby Riven to nil whomIt \ ,..<* facilities profitable. And
ni |p''p''r( Tint I .r" i .nli ill l ti. puhllKh.d In tl", why? Because of
may concern that on t Ii.. twelfth, dnvof "4. i.1 I Inn. 2 Tin' I iii'ilinir' of t KlSSIPllll., I.II7IM.; .t for raising cattle than place .
Kfccmlit-r. A. 1' 1 !>1B I Bhiill ... I I1 tl'UHI'l any that climate which .
npplyto tinCm
i'"i .to. h.oIl In lii-lil i.N" tli. ,pil I l" ili. .I it Hlxulinimi, Klol Id.I fol I ale gives this
the Hunoralile 'l'. kf Alurphy. Juiluof .. -. ..n.i. '1',1.. .. .in "r..1.1\u.Iii', -1 I .n I" I the s ,, ll ,.f foul, Mlii" H"l \''e..1 Ill.I in the United States, but the breed land a "pull" '
old "'1111 it. ii H Jurist1 of l'ri.ilt*. for MII Ti il 1 t. ii( i'I'" i ., .I..k \ \.1 .it ..Ml I II 11.0. ,It W. ,,1. ihould over any other section t
dI8ch'Hn8, Al minis! i a tor of th I IctaIe 'I hii I ii I linn I .iii I I HI.-. i.rn.ii . I be improved and attention given of the
I! my h. I I I"I in" \\ I t II' ",01 I,,,,,,..I I 10,11))10' y, at) of, I United Slates, even though thelatter's .
I ill' \\III..r H.",. HP liT. ascii 1 : \ ,,,1..1 fi.i .h.dl i I., .1..1..1'I 'hIM.I i :.. ii.i. CKIIII .ii. lli,. '..." It.."... Nlxxlnim. to the raising of for ,. --_ .
I L..J acid lust nt Ills Hnnu* flm<- I will pres.ild .I.f I 1'"I . I.i i -I I I I.MI.1.1! . i Ins, 2 'ri.l il ii. of inl I proper grasses ,oa may be twice as rich. tuTiue
__ riI 10 I I ,'ourl inv M nnl nroountRilntrator ":Si l ,il. :: I '''1'1 I I I II Ii,.' ..(Ii. t t., Ii' : .!; ,. foiapre. Your wild grasses are, of
tin Ad ml of said estate and ask I i. I 1..1 i it i I n,.. \ n ii n.i. I :\l. t I I 111" r..r I II... it'l, ct ) .1 J J. tiVI-'KSTItKKT: there will he failures in "t]
I for I approval \ ii SloT, I ... .i ,-li.t . 'I'' 'It.I ,". .11 i I... in It Cli.ik ( 'lit'ult I .. I course, nutritious, but not good for adapting soil to .
.J5Z . ,,, .. .. . .. 1"1' climate and methods
IJatetl Juno 12. A n. 191BHENHY Illl lllll. ll th. hll, I f Ih.i IIctr.i- Your
_ I T. BARS26on HUM' t-l'iill' I ,. .(. ,,.1 Ill. ,I. .1. hi II"( I 1..11.." T-4, ,. fattening. cattle in Florida are to both. Hut what new ..
; OK country
n4wINURAt1CE .mo-6mol\ Administrator' I III. ii .1 fIii-i V I Kor Klaal AU."I..I.II,4'I'U. I the very best of any in the United hal
.. "'11 l..ll I 'l 1'1'f: : I : I'.nl,,., UI..b.n: 1 escaped its auction of failures ? .And
-J\0lltl----.:-FOil-- -11 1I1.ICATI4)NIHOI'AIITMKNT -- VII -i-i: 'it i :"M"t in l-N'r:: :',' .1 iicitir ',t Ilarfi,. I I. ( <>url of (".>unt' .Iudl(.. State ofFlorida. States. In saying that I mean they Florida --

mtMetsJ : tIV 'I'll i E \si{'I iti.ii:I( \\ nnnm I true t its paradoxical] nature,
.7 Chlarle. : ; I '. In r. estate of John PIerce: Ooc..olarOIlIlI are better They
< I I' "" proportioned. are while
t 1.Yr ...... .. ...* 'l 10 .S5 I OK Till! I 14)11 / I V.Notlco. the oldest discovered section of
I ..".... root.. . .." '.1111 .1111 I. H. '.A'" OKKICK. AT (. .AlIlMI. > tip i l'IJU"r"I: .<"': ii M Is hereby given small and crossed
to all whom dean-lmbe. the United
., syr. ..&..... .... ..*. !.'. 11j," F-.4>I1II>A. ""::1"1'II.. 1U15.hrrlnl "IV !In \\ II .\KTICI.K I'.th. .I I BK. \\ H.urlH It may concern that on the foth. day with another breed the I States, is almost its newestto

4 A JAXON JTETAL aiHXGI.KM WILL I >o. OIOU73 :;....llin. I This I'm iiorallon .111.11)) of NovemlM-r. A U 1116, 1 shall apply: I very best results develop. Thirty years or more ago
r. j nI"pl an M "p".prlal"- Ht-nl.! Still to the Honorable T M Murphy.I Juulgo would obtained. I should ad-
Hhallailiipt b Kansas
Notice la hereby Hichard of
given that 11'.1 I.IIWM, for said court a. Judge of Probate for mortgage was a joke. Yet
f '.II'IMar :rimettaBllr ...rI..ltng.j ('. Moore, of LokoHee. r'Inrlda. who. onMay Its. ., ""h... nof, iTHnllKlHtlllt thtifo, \ i-t n\"*rin 1111 nt ItH1'hartir of my fInal dlscharice aa administrator of vise crossing your native cattle. FlorIda ] Kansas today is

) ". e6 ... -.,- To..... Mot' or 2U. 1U1J made llotrietttead Entry ( itntl the I.aMH tif, the State of the estate of John Pierce deceased ; beef would the one of the most uni-
7 : H<-.r1h Hteel thtyr ors No. 010673 for SKl' nf N E, I* and NKV4of ,Firil] Ida which Hy-Laws may !><. and that at the same time I will present b highest-priced formly prosperous of these
C,' nRBPBOOlpwi I ( FHOOF HK(4.'( Section 23. Township 31 South. tnnenfltil 'ftlteritl or t li-iifalt-n. In tht* to said court my final accounts aaHdmtnlMrator beef on the market and should bring Unit
aM .BIT 55.4 > the peat ef laUklllnwltb : of States. Iowa for .,
s Hanjte 34 KaHt Tallahatisee Meridian said estate and ask years after thatState's
Mifinntr pmvltlirl I In ftattl ]{ -ljatiiAltTIIT.K
.. ....... >
s.d IboS ea be d. .er for their $1 more on the hundred
has filet notice of Intentitin to make approval. pounds than
) J4 mmUm, ike_! ttttmtm OSSdod Th-X : 7. settlement
Mated May IS A. n. 1(16 ,
Three year 1'roof. to Aatabllah claim to Sictlon 1 Th. highest. of In- scaJ'ceIy -
., ., MLB'* sssas e. Ib.r lnteH ek amount W. B. CRAWFOFfO.Administrator. any other beef. a''
,. the land above described before Clerk It lilt flneHit to Mhlch this farm that
( .... m a..r _> _Uf pot them eau .rpornllon was .
of Circuit Court at Klitslmmee. Florida maat ntlmt* Miiliject itself shah not Doubtless such a prephecy as the self-supporting.
.sad.4o7 tr Htaatn>id Booklet on the 21st day of October. 1916. .xtt.<1 .liiuiil. .. lbs amount of Its Capital 22-28-10-34-88-42 Yet today where can b found finer
S k. above will require time for ful.
Claimant name wltnvsaeal farms
an it ?
Farmers in
THfFLORIDAIItTAL PRoDUcrs Co. K. \VI11I. of IxikoHpiFlorida. AUTlr-I.E 8. 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF fillment. But Florida has the those two states
K. K. \\ all. of Kenansvllle FloridaC Hfttlon 1 Th. nitiiKfl and rtnttlenctaif essen- have now discovered the "know'-how."
& .nA. II. Padgett of KokoKoe, Florida the ftuliftt i II.IIIK flit orptirii toi N. to- tials. I has the land. millions of acres That
Ki'tht-r "II h thf amount of Capital is the only difference.Florida's .
O. L. McL.auHhlln. of 1.okosee. Flor- I
of it. It has the
t"'k climate.
ida. tujttscriletl. for by fat h. are an Finally, as i
fcil IOM H Sick Headache Sour Stomach. advancement in uniform
tfr\V. HOHEHT. DAVIS. Xumber we know, there has been a noteworthy

Ask Your Grocer >8-6t Ki-wmter. Name Address Shares of Sluggish Liver and Bowels-they decrease of livestock in the whole prosperity is likely to b much more .

II M l'eaii s. Klnnlmniff ...1... '10V work While You Sleep. rapid than in the case of the earlier
\ II I-t-akc. Klxslmmep. Plo SO : country during the last decade
IN COI HT OK COUNTY JUDGE ; of settled .
For STATE OK KI.OItlllAOSCKO1.A JV HarrlK. K tuistmmei') KlaKKID.VIT /' Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigtion -;?- something like states. Initial difficulties have
\ l I OF INCOIiPOIiATOHS) 12,000,000 head with a been
toUitC1'Ia Slate' of Klorlda I Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches simultaneous in largely solved. Thousands of
gain human

re Kmtmtf of Acres Ke..abnryt 'otinlv, of Onceola )> ... come from a torpid liVer and tion of nearly 17000000. popula-I farmers are now coming into the stat

CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES Notice I. hereby given to all whom TO \IA. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: clogged bowels) which cause 'to spy out the land realizing that -
It may concern that on the 10th day UK: IT KNOWN. That liffortme.. the your The. livestock question is a branchof I
of February. A.: U. 1918. I shall apply intltTnlKned Notary Politic In and for stomach to become filled with undigested which their home states, capable of produc
to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge tht> Stiitt of FlorMn i this day pe -Hti"- our subject is dwelt upon ing one or at most
of acid Court aa Judge of Probate for tully appeared Jl M Peake, W. H. food, which sours and fermentslike at length not only because the two crops, whenall
my final discharge aa Administrator of 'ffiKe and JV Harrta. t-ach to me I cattle the rest of the country is
in swill the
barrel. doing
the estate of Aaron Keesbury, deceased .ier,onallv known and known to m*' tot garbage a That'sthe i industry i one of the chief great
; and that at thattime I will present .> the Individuals descrIbed In and who first step to untold misery-indigestion same thing, cannot compete in possibilities -
to said Court my final accounts a. Xfcnted. th.> foregoing Proposed Char- neglected resources of the peninsular

Administrator of said estate. and ask t..r. who. for himself upon oath foul gases, bad breath yellow state but because its lack of with a state which can IWr"
for their approval. severally acknowledged that he develop- three \
executed four
or and shoose her
3est 5y Every Test Dated Aug. 2nd A. D. 1915. the paid I'roposed CharIer freely and skin mental fears everything that is ment throws another gleam of light ow tme _

A. K. DROUOHT. voluntarily I for Ih.. uses and purposes horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret of the year. This means "possibilities -
33 1 thr-r.'in over of Florida's
m < m Administrator exorcised: some pardo .es. Let
\VITNEHS my hand and official seal tonight will\ give your constipated us illustrate. ,. both in living and in profits.
Rt Klnnlmmee Cltv this
18th dayof Each
\ OIU9KR 'TOtm COPT OP TUB EAST In Clrrmtt Conrt (of Ihe Kr Truth Jaull- Kept ember. A. D. 1915. bowels a thorough cleansing: and Nowhere are such year, too, brings an ever-in-

p 4 KI.OR.tDA ANNUAL now to be sure I rlal Clrraill .( the Slate! .f FlorId.I, (Heal I I) \I. I.. ,vAOvpn. sensationally creasing multitude of tourists the
.1* 1 .t. I that you will get on.. The Annual will !. ..' ..... 4)........ Ceaiaily. Notary Public State' of Florida straighten you out by morning. They large returns made from an acre of ,

: f be a. comprehensive Illustrated booklet, STATUTORY ACTION My commission expire: Jniiy work while you sleep-a 10-cent box land is the crjuim of the business men and professrtrnal ;
$ ,P) 100 or more paarea *xl> Inche. It will The Prtllleai 40- H 10th 1117. as ffequeatly case in Flor- leaders of the

cover Naaaau. Dural, :Clay St. Johns.Putnam of ADOPTION OK CIIILB from your druggist will keep you feel. ida. In no state have such quick fortunes North, South, "
Volosla eminoke. Orange.r. ; It ay ford MrtjiaiahllB. East and Middle who !
BreTard. Oaeeola. Bt. Lucle Palm Beach He-Adoplloai of Robert Mathrrr Ey.... 'l' COI'RT OF COUNTY JUDGe. ing good for. . months. from the coil been with done .st men have .:
r r>ado and Monroe counties. It will telith. flTATR OK F'JORID.OSCEOLA .\, I things. and .
Neitlre .f A.m.mtt... her dei a changeor ,
.'C resource 'of each county. Including : T* All IVkwas It May C........ COUNTY "How did Miatuh Johnsinir get own 'pUar. products. Nowhel rest in the healing breezes
kind of land., transportation facilities i of the ,
i. road. and crops grown. It will also, I B. It known.' that on the 24th day of !. r. l .tate .. 10........ H. Rrt..... jail ?" -taken _U .oi so South.. Of these .. .;
: September, A. D. 1 15. an
i I shall apply to Notice I is hereby given all whom increasing num.
tall jot sports afforded names of hotel lacking in the elements of
mndVniuch valuable Information for the ortahb.l.c'Jam.. Co't Perkins 1t. may concern tOe 10th day "Je' f er cttttin' a swell." plant fo'y ber sulcumb each year td the lure of
winter resldanta tourists, homeseekerssxnd Judge of for the of February A. D. uI'8.J shall apply e; nowhere doe soil more quicklypr
.' ., \ v Klorlda farm and townspeople. Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of: to the Honorable T. 1(. Murphy. Judge "Huh dat ain't muchl""Ain't the sub-tropics and invest their monetin .

',. ; "'. Send your order today with K cent. In Florida, for the legalization. of the of said Court, as Judge of Probate for huh ? Nearly opened < de more abundantly respond to plenty Florida home t;
my final discharge *-plui climate.Ii "Thus
Adoption of
.tap. or coin for each copy desired. Hobert Msthew Evan. a as Administrator . .
% .' I1.10 per dosen; special prlcea on )&raer .ehllunow residing Kin|raBi.&,..;:ity. of the stat, ot Krwln JL Brld .a,-de- .. the-right--'-of-fertilizer.. conversely Florida an }
; Qamoota-CoubtY.-F1oJ'liJa: c.LIed: and at the same time I will .weU' in Iea :
4..i.-quaatIttaav'hSAnnUAI w1Itb .. pep.ent .' no state money be more '. COlmonwea\1 .
__ __ ____ about Npvethber 1, 39U. iJOrdera oal t.rIO I I,.. l 1t t.-r., (.., Ulruat...., .. to said Court my final account. "I tHe making .
The .
; ia
:" of
'.( ,.d now rlll'b D r fullr'filled soon .Administrator, saW estate, and ask: honey.a wax production of *isily-sunk than h wher: Nature __'_ :1

__ : aa th* Annual I. ready Tor the mall.. RATFOHD :MtlLAUOHLIN. -or theIr approvaL7ated th. is at hirp-pen* W'actscpnV: i'i. J "
t' ,...Addres East Florida Annual Company Johnston': Garret August14E 111. r Vu .ab ry-or something Yeast cakes will keep} a lo :
1 & Fla. &,.. $ to Nov. 1 Counsel tor . .. ,.J>ROtJOHTf ; l.
"'St.. Aua-uatla 1. *. m. "at ',.",. Petitioner.i f .....,.- ttr'lt m < mo' AflmlntatratoM I|;.$6000.a' I 4. //1iwrit; ; Cither I' ).th.toan or time .I b.ue in ife. fr..J.' .* t4 t\.

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I a6otMrfrorq 1. OuT'arltest'ipf' ,; ancy- ,:'of' dandruff, ''YO,,. can,, pot ,hare. ;:rdce {; 1-

}THE FAMILY( BABIES-GpOD ; .Ain her- Charge ffspriiigy against,' jlf?the you<,don't t.ber"nimaJ.,believe., SANFORD" heavy, healthy, This d.structlv.'scurf hairlf, you/*' havelandruff. rob4he : "f'

., watcb.the. :,,pet:dog escaping'trni,his TUCKERTOMEX BRICKBy hair"of. its lustre;. it* strength/and,, .

: j. 'tHEF mistress rush :'to. make.the .acquaintance ; J PAVING;: Its Terjf life, ,.nd U'not orercom...U. "

, ,.ROADS.. ANo FAIR .4)f. fellow canine.' NoU. their produces a:t.Tez1shn. a,end, itching ot: ,

way ,ofXth ,king-"hands. and then hug the scalp; the hair root famish,. ya',

i i to I IJ your your : "
A: ''THE 'PAMILY.MAN SAYS THE.GREATEST THING IN THE WORLDIS '. to. P1'. Editor Sanford Hera g. : j,qualities fist; Surely cat'a 25-cent 'bottle of

.. There 1* a ample of the new block Knowiton'a l Danderine;from! any r K: t
THE BABY-THE GOOD ROADS MAN SAYS'THE; GREATEST But worse than the common dirty .
in the'Herald' otland' we shall see tore and Just try'it"i\ f K
habits dog sad' and \ t
In these of bond -issues r
day more of them in the ,near future?** )
Il THE ,VERY BIGGEST THING IS 'TUE'FIVECOUNTY .MIDWINTER are subject to diseases which they ,.
i Ili ( paving et>>contracts and Dixie. Hyways a large' factory will soon be bUilt' in .. POISONS ,

FAIR. . may communicate to human' being and Hided Byway no man knows Kisslmrnee to manufacture them. Retained In the body cause rheumatism t

Cat and monkey suffer from tuoerculoai When he goes to bed at night just At present the coat of manufacturecannot scrofulous ores, ulcer, and ;

. By C. E. HOWARD, Publicity Man of the Orlando Fair. *, and with dog, they share the what may happen in paving material be figured but they can be made pimple: "Num er"40 tor 'the bloo..... ,

; danger of rabies and pneumonia. ,AU ere he arises to put eau de cologne much than brick and the expel poison* from, 'the body nit 7

Next to J'Ood'roada, an exposition is tempted, and let there b" a feeli if of fur-wearing animals carry fleas in on his feet in the morning. Thereare cheaper cures blood dlseasest Sold only'at p
be much
the very greatest educating, humanizing Cordial competition, so thorougi that I their hair, and sometime other di- sand asphalt, and asphalt sand freight can .sayed, making a I OsceOla Pharmacy. js

industrial institution in the world. each county wiQ be glad for evidences sease-bearing parasites. Of course, and sand oil roads and oiled sand cheaper paving.A f

"All roads lead to Rome is of excellence in other and thG ) be free from I remarked before, however,,
an ancient the e your particular pet may roads, concrete fillers and red brick

aphorism that has lived throughthe tension of the "glad hand" to any who them now, but his hide may be' infested wrappers and Colorado maduro they ent. are another experiment( at pres-. MR. INVESTOR 4..

ages and it is., no longer ancient, can make the rest of us sit up and with them next week. groutings and claro de brirko curbs ] Buy properties now while price

but is ai modern as the automobilethat I take notice of the best.,. It is possible-even probable-that and all kinds of fancy and high sound- THICK GLOSSY HAIR are at their lowest. "

ran on the roads. Let ready, full early. MakeaeJecOra Lots $5 cash and $5 month.
us 'get : the human being may take disease ing materials that are enough to give FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls per

And among the few other ancient right now. Plan for some- from an infected pet, and the earlyImages the boards of county commissioners '5 and 10 acre tract $10 cash and
month. 't
institutions that live is the competitive thxng-worth wJxile and show the roost I $5 per
of these diseases that are com- the
nightmare. A 6-room plastered house, lot KOx
Try it Hair get soft, fluffy and
fete or exhibition, which proves jnquuitWe' YankW and the mosj, mon to man and animals, are more Up to the present time the expen- beautiful Get 25 rent bottleOf 150 ft., deep well. Small cash pay "

its value as a world-wide, world-tried .obLTul citizen from Wt\ *(>virihat difficult to detect IB the animal than sive brick that costs so dollars -- a ment, balance like rent ,
many Danderine.If .
proposition. our Five-County Fair registers A. 1. A 6-room bungalow, lot 100x140 ft,
man. at the factory -and twice as much for well. Price and terms right.
That is have international I
we ,
.. .. 00000.00 tOOOH I Men and women do not hug vipers freight seems to have the right of
1 for hair that glis- !
rational, state, county and FIVE : you care heavy
i iif their bosoms, unless they are weary way but that there are other materialsis with'
COUNTY fairs, and to the extent that tens with beauty and is radiant
!4 PETS every citizen lends a hand and the hut 'I.* By Dr. J. Y. Porter 0 the dangers of disease from just these compounds I life; has an incomparable softness andis 608 Penfield St., S. Klsslmmee.

hand he is possessed of I i just to that '+ + 1 I the long-haired animals, will not give t may be is whit all clear at present. I fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Also City Properties, Farms and 1
extent success crowns the effort put .......t..O..OOO..OO.. '' I Just one application doubles the Timber Land. for solo and exchange.
them the jprraiteges of only child. | 4
Sand oil roads be the
may besides it
very of hair immediately -
forth. beauty your ,
Pets are not an acquired habit, they
will treat them faithful
| They as
thing. They look good after
they are of
dissolves particle
The biggest thing that ever liapyen ere an instinct,, a kind of apptr'tite-- every
friends, but not as pets, for God never' laid but so did our ancient marl roadsthey
in :family is the bortk of a baby. If especially with the female of the race I . _. .
intended that should outside - - - ---
i we go looked good until the automo-
there is anything bigger it is the birth tand this habit in evidence from j
the limits: oT 'the human race seeking bile made them look like thirty cents. {'

fS l.wins or triplets or quadruplets the time the girl a old enough for her something to love: The sand-oil may stand the traffic and CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER!

And if such a tiling were :passable. i first ,doll.
I' they may not. Asphalt may be the I
five babies at one and the same time MR. WOOD GIVES ANSWER
This habit like other habit
grown thing or some concrete mixture but
would be so extraordinarily big thatIt The inanimate (caricature of the [human l In answering 'the Punta Gorda Her all ol them cost money and if in time MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES

would raise the roof off the mannHm. form divine sooner or later JoAes : ald's argument, which was re-printed I deficient the various
they counties -
The original Orange County Fair of its place in the Juvenile alK".tiol'and in the Valley Gazette last week Y. prove
A'I that are trying them will be out '
a few years ago was thought to be a I i something that .f its Wood, can move own
the money for the experiment Every Tone tonight. Your druggist or dralerells
big thing, and it When Semi- j "Godson's Urn Tone" Starts Your Liver
was. accord St. Petersburg 17, Editor I .
that can rrtdiate with a cry Sept. county that tries a new kind of ma- I Joi) a RO cent bottle of Dodnon' It

nole county joined and H becaane a ,or a bite or a scratch when hurt, that "The Herald;-1 notice in your rssue terial or a new method of laying isdoing Better Thai Calomel and You 0001lose I.nor lono under my personal money- + '
twn affair the folks went a Tut nff bark guarantee that each spoonful will
has to be fed and defended ap in>,t of Sept. 16th an editorial\ under the that much' fur r
just better than
mol'4I'? posterity clean your sluggish/ liver a
their heads .
with excitement. When a Day's
enemies, something that may or may caption of "Advertising Mr. Wood but derned little for the present done of nasty calomel and that It won't

that was added t* by VcOuKta county I I not respond to kind treatment '.T the 11 f that this editorial places me in day tax make you sick.Dgdson'a i

and Osceola county everybody went ,opposite, takes the supreme plan in ''a wrong light before your readers payer. Liven up your sluirifmh/ liver! Feel Liver Tone la real liver i ;3mnhcine.
All of which brings us to the storyof fine and cliwrful : make\ your work apltwiure
"crazy. the affections. And by and by when | In the first place I have not an- : |'] ; !IM vigorous/ and full of amhi- You'll know It next morning p' st,
the Woodtex brick which may lx I IK" will wake feeling tine,
Now, what will it be when cause you up
Orange, the real responsibilities, of life come THnrnctd myself for any political of I tion Butt take no niwtv dangerous| liver will be working headache. t
the real thing or it be goldbrick lour ;
Seminole Osceola and Lake may calomel txHaiiMc it makes sick andjoii
Volu.ia. along, these affections gather shout fire, but have undertakenwar on the you and dizziness gone; stomach will be I
Benin of at Kissinimee I Ii. clnj'n work
counties birth the : one a party may sac a .
give to biggest product the human being, which ill smothered fee-nystom as applied to our County (aloiiii I m tmrcMirv or 'l" <.kRih'pr KMeet and bowels regular. .; tl
this week 1 took the r
on of the stair flf Florida m a wealth of maternal kne i j Officials The matter which was prepared one day 'I winch Cannes necrosis of tlie bon-... odson'B. Liver Tone Is ('ntlr..ly1'11" '

Fellow friends and citizens: TTTT? for publication I considera time to examine the Woodtex brick i (nlonvl crashes. into sour bile liked tuhlc', therefore harmless and run nut
IS EXACTLY WHAT IS GOING TOHAI'I'EN. But it so happens in this sad world, ] your I and also saw a portion of the main ) naitnte Ii linakmir it up 'i'hat's when milivate Give it to your ch'ldrvn! _.'

that the gift of "oli>'e bianrhe, is news item which the majority of street in Hissimmce that was laid \<>u feel that' ." ful nausea. and cramping\, Millions of people are lining DocUun'n
You may prepare your denied their your readers would he interested in listen to mi-! If Mm want to ..nJf'Y -1.ier Tone instead of dmiffc'roim cfi'''>mil l Y
to to ,
some or own
many three months the ,
basket and store, trimmed with hunting and from the number of "signed petitioiiH : ago try new the nirt'nt, gentlest liter nnd |1..1| ""\\ Your clm /giHt; will tell you that ,
.... ribbon and things get rattles choice deprives them of the greatest 1 brick. The sample piece is at the <'orner '1m ever-0xlerisnrs.l| l lust taXu the sale of Calomel i. uliuoet stopped
your I have received 1 from Punta dor; 1
whisllih swt i test joy granted by an all-wi.>e of ont of those Uigonal: streets a apouufli3) vl Uaruikoa )))oJ UU'8 Liver entirely here.
Ready tin to makea I
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andicinitv, know whereof 1
l'ruvidedce. The III"t1l1of affection I
that rue' so much hy the Kissimmee .
a noise. like a sure enough fair, and In the second l I i
; speak place must
provide. a lound", silver dollar on whichto I having no ,natural object for its lavish take exception t<. t the following people, Those eitfht corneredstscels C. A. CARSON. President- N. C. BRYAN Secretary.,
bpRtownl. socks other ot.jpcts! more or paragraph ducts then laid l la
cut the eve..teeth .,f the. tiv -(umil, f editorial were out hy> I
less unnuturulThfre i> YOU : towpunilui on horseback" l> after" b<,

affair ( are bum rude c..old.blooiled. 'In calling for an extra session of had visited the Lied l Eye saloon e-veinl The Waters & Carson* t
Think of the vvonilcifiil,, pnsitiili! the legislature, to submit an amend
who the of
!people' surer at display l 1 Hues
ties wrapped' up in this ireat enlerprise' to the constitution, :Mi, Wood l beta, \"
human affections that center abouta At the middle, of one' of tin} in'nnstiicts
Fikindr..d counties joined <,. that 'ignorance" of the Hondi lonsti
tiny, iiir'v' long Inured puppy. 1 be\' off limn,
hading Biuadvva
exploiting thc splendid products con tution which c .h..II..terlz'. foui lifts Grocery Company
envy the plaything the Kisses that are these blocks]
vveie1 placed in a
new ,
tamed in each, similar in some re- of the members of every: legislituieUndei ,
: showered upon it in it nestles in the about live feet across
upects and yet vari.I-Osceos, ] ..with' the ,constitution a special, session sijuaie "f.a'e
I arms of Its beautiful mistress' or perhaps and here the bucks get the heaviest
her stock, grasses and garden truck.Orange ; I' is prohibited from submitting a .- .
they turn away in ill-concealeddisgust. I part of all the tiuffic that strikes, the Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES '
with her field, truck patch and constitutional amendment.
It all depends upon the disposition stieetb. Up to the present. time the
naval stores; Seminole with her celery I I Iam very well aware that an "n
or the inclinations of the ob bricks show no of wear and
'., vegetables and farm products; :I amendment to the constitution can not new sign

f. ) Vohisia with her cattle, celery and server. be proposed at an extra session. The tear. The other day a" car rvlh across 4

j And so it comes about that dogs and the brick on the rims and cut a deep &
field Lake with her
crops; veg.etables passage of a law however to place : *

( etc., and all of them showing rate and monkeys, even rats' and mice county officials upon a salary does not hole in the new brick but this same ., ,,' " ,,\'.
." and chickens goats calves and trench is almost healed over or an- ,
the best of pigs -
i- very specimens oranges, I require a constitutional amendment, 000000,04.0044090 40004000000'0000
A lemons, grapefruit, limes, pineapples, rise soroetimes above their level and ,, as thir compensation is purely sta- nealed together'and in a few more 4 0 4 ,;.>'.;U.'

and other fruits are privileged with admission to the days this trench will not be visible. 4 WE SELL: 0 WE BUY: .
supplies, statutory.
L domestic ( intimacies of the family circle-in The new brick is standing up as wellas 4 0 0 v displays manufactured From who such
I one professes eru- HAY 0 4 .
-, and school Can fact, they. become "one of the family"] I the regular vitrified brick on all 0 0 0 .
.food, art progress I dition and constitutional knowledge, HIDES )
f. you beat it? No it cannot he beat in and are catered to and petted like a to the exclusion of about "four-fifts of sides of the space but of course this 0 GRAIN-__ 4 0 y
, sick The in is three months' test 0 0 0 FURS .
baby. uglier they are only a
and with due all
t.. the state regard to the members of the legislature" I am I 0 FERTILIZERS 0 e .

I the other coming fairs, for there Is appearance or disposition, the more I surprised at your ignorance on this What are the Woodtex: bricks? WOOL i

no part of Florida better suited to the lovable do they seem to their partily point and trust that you will give this I Well, they are made from cypress 4 SHINGLES +. o .
demented Effusive demon- 0 0 0 AND .
of these than the owner.
production things 'correction the same valued space as shavings and asphaltum and cre-
strations of affection
region comprised within these five are lavishedupon you did your editorial. osote, the materials of course being ALL .

richly favored counties.Do them. Of course, it's nobody'sbusiness Thanking you in advance, I am, I kept secret by the manufacturers. The ORANGE WRAPS 1

we want more people, greater excepting that of the mistress Very truly, bricks are placed under a tremendous 0 0 4 COUNTRY
for the pet can't help itself. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES O 1 e
wealth producers, winter visitors and F. A. WOOD. I pressure and come out of the machineas 0 O 14 d t
But another side this
there to
all the rest that goes to make up the is pet hard as any vitrified brick but much 0 CRATE NAILS O 0 .

I great Bum-total of a prosperous and business, and a pretty serious side, To Drive Out Malaria lighter. They are laid side by side 0 .

progressive state? Then let the good too. And Build Up The System without any sand or other material 0040440000440094. 44040444 44044 .
Take the Old Standard GROVB'STASTBLESS
pe ople of these several counties vie! All animals, including the human chill TONIC. You know between\..-them and seem to form a I tell field and garden seeds of all kind .

with each other in getting together animal, are naturally dirty, but the what you are taking, a* the f.rmula i.priuted part of the whole paving, almost as
fitting and '
give special attention to out hunting camping parties. 3'
t. such an abundant assortment of product human has certain instincts towards on every label, avowing! it is well as an asphalt paving would do. \
Free in limili. 'Phone No. 12.
and Iron in delivery city
I Quinine .. a tasteless form. }
that will signally put to the cleanliness that are earnestly fostered The Quinine drives ont malaria, the The blocks are resilient, almost noise- We are county agent for good fertilizers. Ask u* for circular and priMa r Jon

I blush anything of the kind ever at by the strict watchfulness of the I Iron builds up the system 50 cents less for traffic, are fire proof, moisture fertilizer t ;

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't1 ', >stpck 'to convince the people in Kissimmee that suits can be sold' here as cheap as they;* can .in 'large x' cities ''; ,.1 z zc

''' We Also Have A Complete Line of Dress Goods By The, Bolt v '

c t : In fact, we have everything in the line of Dry Goods. Our trade has grown so 'that: in order to meet the r't '

,1 requirements of the public, we have gone above the Dollar Limit, but still have that as the name of ou'r store,..

4'i tr', as we go to the limit of a dollar. ,

When we say this, we mean that we give you your Dollar's worth of Merchandise for every Dollar *

I.'' you spend with us. v Ii.

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every thing that you call for and guarantee to save you money on every item you buy fr 'm us. '

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t 1 '10 FOR RENT-'Furnished flats. Apply I FOR SALE-Four-room cottage, close '+',-:.

BASS WINS AGAINST I at the Gazette office tf in, large lot, very -.ttractive, at a V.:
,; CLEAN-UP Of CITY BEGINS II Want Ads. I II bargain. Small cash payment downor
i I { FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE have would take good lot as part pay
r i THE THOMPSON HEIRSIN.IF"I'ION iiO-acre: improved farm, all in good ment, balance Ilk rent. Owner, Box, .i\
repair and one 90-acre farm, improved 247 City. 35-tf f

}& IN EARNEST DURING WEEK -ACJAINST-' SIK: OF I :MISSIONARY= Strawberry plants for in vicinity; will of exchange Kissimmee for or property will sell. 'DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. '

'. Sale riant" .M" fine, I true I to name Jacob Huffman, Inward Ridge, Mis- Tiller. pan
.-- - C' \TTI: IHSSOIA: MY ACTION and l well root.-il J2 per 1000. Sarasola souri. 36-5tpd .-- -- -

That Mayor May and the cnyCouncil If the matter wiltleft up to him and OF .11)41-1 nri.i.ocK i\ c\i\ Sliawberrj" Grower Association. : WANTED--Two young men or boys

mean what they tiny III regard the other ,city auiuorllie, lu< would l foil B1'I.IIFBOI: iiim, : : I .. SaiuM.>l-j ..'111. 41-2t I II j FOR SALE-Lot of second-hand (.UI-I to learn to play clarinet in band.
.\ ITI\I: Ill;Altl\i. nituie-beds, springs dre'' Free use of instruments. See J. D. ", ,r
I to doing their part In cleanUK.! see 1)141) everything,: was' put' In first j
See J. E. .
I I STRAWBERRY: PLANT S -Send 2.5t) I II (chairs stoves, etc. Woodbeck.
up tbe city and that they ill mil be I 'la-1- shnpi'' in record time" Notices city. :
satisfied .\ F !!\11"*, who juirrliaspil, (lie cat I for 1000.( Cabbage plants at $1.50. I RUSh'j sJ
until every weed I it- r+iui! all,1every | habeen served on all propeMy. I Peach, plinn, pear and cherry trees FOR HALE Forty-six pullets and H
a street put In Brut tlasU vhapewas owners to clean up their. yards mid tie ol( the Jollll 1V Thollll"on I'--1 ,* at 10 to lri cents each. John Light-; I FOR SAI.K-'Small iron safe, at the Hc\en roosters all about eight f\{

evidenced Ihlg week when i-lKht I'pniiilM"and' unless. the! work t Is done al public I auction held, by Kd. I) 1 1111 1 i 1 foot, E. Chattiinonga Te"". 48 tf I azette oftlce. tf I months old!, 'healthy and good coo't' .

new street men were emplojed. and witliin a specified time the muvor'x gin executor of lln1 estate, won Ins. I _ _ dition also. two Incubators, plow
Jim AVoodall placed in rhal') ''''. will lind out why If any prop- FOIL) SAI 1 E 1"I o ''mills; one" :\M..xlO] WILL TRADE close-in lot for hOI.eand and! other farm implements.] See y
The new gang began oik knurl suit ;against the' )hellsof tin- "'"1.1.' ]IK 1 II 1'. T & M! ei'iKHie.' <: one ]Hi wagon or auU mobile and give '
; JIN on owner falls to heed the notice KevV 11. Ilall "01' address Box
in t Iv court of Judge Mullock, of foot long, 4 II I' Miiriiiur' till> sell or take difference. Box :ii-17 (City. 1'\
;: f; Wednesday and 'the work is gOIng sent out by Marshal Over-street lie cheap] ; aKo i oi.' pan luige rules. :'ir>-tf :a i-L', Klxhliiiiiiee" Fla.
fi 'ahead rapidly.] A mowing miidMne t will be I hilled, before the court unless Ocala, this week, when Dial lril>nnaldhsolMd 11. W. Thurman '-"2tfI <

and a team of mules are busily ,.,11- hi' < an nl\e a satisfuctoiy ..xrnl
gaged In mowing weeds and HIH- '1IIa'urIa: nays that he will see that Hie heirs. through their aitoinejs' I FOR SALE OK THAnE for horse and close in; $12 per month. E. Completely" equipped. See or write '
4w whole lake front is to I be < \it beforethe the line I is large enough to hire the/ wagon, one 2 <-y Dillck In good E. Wvlls Real Estate and ]Insurance. JJii"
LandM Ai (Mull of Del-und. aiwlMiauled I .
Fish \VV. Saunders 316 Mubbette St.
+ condition, good I tires, must sell ortrade 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn).
work is finished j
addition\ to walk I
done behalf
on of the city. I
1 by I In- circuit court at al one A. M. Jones P. 0
every street in the city. When this plan was suggested. by (CiiineHN III,'. These actions were Box 221 K1., 7tf

t, ) .This action followed an impromptu Major May! the meeting, immediately brought before l the courts mentioned

tt' meeting of the board of trade held. al I derided that he was the proper man because of the absence of Judge J : ." 1'HSEHY TRKKS-: l">iici ieM. Parson I

A the couDcll hall last Friday night after to do the work. That he meant business W. Perkins of' his circuit. Ilrownsaiid T.HIK in's.I ttougnI"

r the mass meeting on Broadway wan detinitely known when the Breakfast Bacon 44'
The cattle, "Ollieinn/ heart were I.emon. Hoar and Grapefruit stork
At thla meeting various plane were big! street gang began cleaning up Bold at auction by the executor of I from IlasseiiRer: Hammock =Nur-
F discussed but Mayor May sal l that this week.
the estate, after appraisal by a commission wry. for I sal cheap by HeiryV Raw Ham
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appointed by tbe court. Tilesale | 1,

It Myh TISON ARRESTS TWO B. E. EVANS BACK I I A. )0'was. Base made was on the September successful 6th bid-and I I 40SiiioFOR ) Boiled Ham frankfurters .. ;:

der. He was to pay J12.000 for the' SALE-Ju t one 20 acre tr'art '

ir ON LARCENY CHARGES FROM GAINESVILLE cattle 15,000 cash and the remainder unimproved land near Klsulmmoe. Pressed Ham Pickle Pig's Feet ., t.; 1

In two equal annual )itayments. Will sacrifice for cash, or payments ''i

J I Tile bill of sale was executed on September to respojsible buyer. R. Jt. ..

\ Floyd Tlson, who Is acting sheriff/ D E. Evans, county farm demon81ralion I 18th and gave the purchaserthe P. Barnes Darby Pa. 40-4t-pd ", '.

K.m during ,the who absence went to of Sheriff! L. H.Ingram agent and agricultural adviser j right of re-sale by tb'e payment Fresh Butter 2 pounds for 75c ; .
Portland. Ore.,
has returned from > of a certain portion of the sale price NOT "
t' c aa a witness a criminal case, is one'wan Gainesvlll""j' 4ICIE
where he attended the upon tbe mortgage held by the execu-
ad who "believes:, ;you' can kill two county 'farm demonstrators. The I tor for the' unpaid balance. When nay* Notice, the 2Mlh In hereby day .?given October that A.on D.Thitm-m5, Fresh Eggs, 30c a dozen d 1
birds will one ttone.. He set out on j Ht the hour of 10:00: o'clock A. M.. at ,
meeting was largely attended and the court was asked to,con firm the the count house Tltunvtile.. BrevardCounty.
Sunday, morningIn''pursuit, of one j Florida, the.annual meeting of ?p
t some well known Agricultural expert sale the heirs, Jane'Thompson, the '
the of the lands situated In the'
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man 'charged with r
larceny and returned from the d department of a riculture'wer. widow, and John Thompson James Upper Ht Johns Drainage DlMtrlt will
with two. t>ihfld. for flit purpoMc of electing onein
1 .* also present \Vesley, Thompson and I.ythia *>mhfr of th limn, I of Sup.rvlanrn Quality and Prices Guaranteed. x
i la answer to a phone message/: who null I..* a l.iml MYnet of aId d ln-
The carried children contested the
program as out was Thompson .
w4fe'' to sir \ tf"i t she I' nn of ihr M'
that a quantity of effects! from thecamp ...
t' much different from what it was announced confirmation. Despite their context \.nrr aid to (4 ill. -1 I. Ani'-M A !Murlow.jiow .
aI" fiber ur HI.til Moat w how-
of Fred McLaughlin, near the beforehand additional] the confirmation, was granted.The let in of office i-x ptr HM on Hiiltl. day: and Our: Satisfied Customer ---
/ ; Edgewater Farms, south of the city to 11 iitiSi'irt' Hurl ot her l ustIIHH an may \
''i speakers being placed on the program Injunction proceedings were Vr"p"'lv I come hrforn HH!"l! meeting.1t Our Proof '.
had been stolen and that the thiefhad .
arrangements Mii'-h flt-ctl'tn .1 u h and every note
and the changed i brought by Fish Landis & Hull in 5
of I ID rxl In the district shall '
y repreaonton
1 escaped by water. Sheriff! Tison from day to night. It was a most Intetesting !! the court at Gainesville and a tem- .-*Nluir. and each owner shall h., en- c
let out in pursuit In a motor boat. tit ".l,) to one tote In per won or by proxy \
session and Mr. Evans regards porary injunction was granted!: for | tii willing duly Hlnm-d. for every ur-
Although the supposed thief had a | of. land owned hy Maid' own r In salt
the meeting as of great value bidding Has to sell) the cattle as he '
atart of some three or four hours, to all who attended. had planned to do and preventing tbe 'cliMtrlct.The" 'person. I'.cptvlr'l l < the highest* I I Fair Play Market
r di Tlson located him at Rosalie. lie I number of votes at said election shall ,
shipment which was about to be be declared elected an said Supervisor 1 J
.cmrreated Robert Land om.- In whose ated this 27th day of September. ,
/, I made. Then It was that a motion to 1915.llv.
v -possession h. found ibo stolen * Phone 245"
artlclea dissolve the injunction was made order of the Hoard of Sup rv1.or i.
i and brought him here to be KITCHEN KINKS. (Heal) (Signed: ) FRANK I- HILLH.J'r..ldent.. .
with the result noted.
lodged In jail where he will await --, I Anent:
l tied will leave If Four automobile loads went from I J. N WHITNER. Reoretary.
ants speedily
i ii:: : heaj-lng. on a charge of larceny.WhileIn .
here to Ocala to attend tbe
the Infested places are soaked
1 ; . Rosalie. Tlson also arrestedCharles Attorneys ,for the Board. 41-2t
with pennyroyal oil, powdered Those In the party were: Pat John- I .. .
+ Evans, who is charged with ..... .. .
ty cloves or borax camphor gum or ston and G. P. Garrett attorneys for MTATHTOHV ACTION "" ;: ::C!::::" :' :::::]r.
t )the theft of a tow boat. He Is also anything that has tar in It. I ""'UUH" ''' '' .,
cr1 A. F. Bass; 3. L. Lupfer Ed. Done- ... .. .....
'I. (IrruK Cnrt f r tae (W h -
In; jaU'awaltlng ,
it elf f 7iy trial. A white ring on a polished ta- gan Henry Partln. Judge O. F. .lal I iCIrt-Blt .f .h.- ..... .t .....rI... _
,, ble may be removed by rubbing rm ..<1 f.. 01. C..F. I ,
Kribbs, of Krlbbs ft Steed attorneys I
flannel cloth in
a dipped
OK run.nrlltlvm :
JOSEPH JONES TO camphor.If for E. D. Hogan executor; A. E. Tae l of Kar'ord Mct.eabIlrt l i
mma Florida MrLaBKhllv. HI. Wlfo.
the bottoms of dishes that Donegan, A. F. Bass Ed. Hogan and

are set over the Ore are first rub- Riley Godwin. NOT1CK OF APHI.K-ATIOW FOR ) :15EP8.ECt\UJT N ,
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41L bed with soap they will afterward ., ; 'J A <' '!<
clean easily.A ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN .
!<.. I It known that on the 2nd day of ', ..
white felt hat may be clean- SOUR ACID STOMACHS. November, A. D. llt, w. will' apply .H .
Jones '
Joseph H. states attorney ed with warm cornmeal to which GASES OR INDIGESTION to the Honorable James W." Perkins. Do'not wait'until l are or)'obbeq' .. ,.. w r

i 4't for this Judicial district, will be a a Uttle borax has been added. Judge Judicial of the Circuit Circuit Court of the of |the 9tat w.voath of- '. ';".:;.. r ov rUkeg TWO.Place'' >onrvValuable's*'. '.- l.y,_ ,,

t'' x 4' ''candidate for re-election to that of- When suede belt or purse Florida for th. leKallsatlou for th. ITW jin oy ;, Iodern. Vault;-- 1y
r a SafeDeposit ;;; '
Each Tape's" 30QO of Robert .
4 digest adoption Mathew Kvana. a "I- t ,, .
r bf i r fice., He has definitely stated so In looks soiled and greasy rob with minor child now residing In Ktsslrom. .. ; ain&, jW / nerer eve cause for re.It.: tsw' : ''

:. c y ra letter to the Valley Gazette I a One emery paper, and It will grain. of'food In ending all stomach' hated this September County Florida ITth. X. IX*"Itlt.RATKORD ,,!,.,! ., .'j t" ,',:-. r. "......4i 1.gree0.or :' ., : ..._. ; fi.1.. 1
misery Bve '
t f'' :k Mr. Jones was appointed to the > look like new. J:, lT. MCLAUGHLIN MCLAUiHLIN.FLORIDA . 'f'" r "hiskt5VISPJPREcAUTION.. !;, ; : ". w tA !

office by Governor Trammell when ..*twt*..*.*.**.*..**.*.... -- JOHNSTON QARRBTT diA. ;: 41111.4! a' Bi3' y tae .IICJ1'4: =8'pdt. t)'ear.. "+ Iw
In.fiveminute's .
Time itl all
Carey D. Landls resigned shortly af'ter stonj- Counsel for '"II d."f1' J. .

.. 4'f l ; |his e'ectlon. He has made a goody ach distress will go.' No Indigestios.., I .....t N i to 1'( if. : ,
A New Swimming Dolly .. :;(. II '
: prosecutor and will likely be reward- heartburn'sourness: or -belcbinggas yt Wb.nme'Yor Need a Oeae.nIToIIW w4'MI
; A Dew and Interesting toy la's) rubber '' "t'= .. V .,11I. : .
i$ L ,1 d'iby'thN| voters for his loyal atten- i ii doll that swims. It U hollow and connected acid, or' eructations,,of'u dige.t.d . 'Talc ,.Orove'a Jf jR'wiKv'TheOld 'H '

r 1 t1on to bis duties.Pitta. by a sleoderj>lece of tubing to a food no dizziness, bloating" fop Standard is equally.aUible1.Oro. e'.,'J'ebnrTonto' e1eN. u .try p f j wi '

small air bulb. When not Inflated.the bath.or headache; General..Tonic because It'coatallt."die ; l

4 t c,,, ;i'. of Arabi, Ga., was, artns and Legs are folded close,jtlo'th' Pape's..Diapepsln is, not4:f or ((fa well known tonic properties QUININBand .
CT.. di1 hcity Monday'on route to her body/which>> add to tbe effec ;;> clad! peed .Inyegulating' ; upset ..stomachs.It IRON. :.It' ecu on the lint, Drives
: In amlnUitura; batbingcostulv";(Wheu oat )(elad., Boricbes:the BloodandHoflds ) SUPE
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