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 8, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00719
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Three, Separate Plans Are- There the Board will of be Trade no open-air tonight meetingof as has Expert Secured To Insure Scientific Panels Demonstrated ORLANDO'HIGH. .SCHOOL Agitation Started tes.J:' Result of I \, :

been*the custom for the past several ,Qean- ip Movement andProminentGtizensGwe '
Adopted By Board Proper ConstructionWILL Miners j
I weeks but there will be a regular PLAYS FOOTBALL HERE :
I stated meeting of the organisation in
the council hall beginning at 730.: As Their Support to City
BIDS TO BE SOUGHT ON PRINTING MAKE TESTS" OF' ALL C. K. M'QUARRlOF EXPERJ. FIRST GAME OF SEASON AND
the winter season is now opening np Council l to first Request "_ :
' fOF ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET there will be many matters of im- BRICK USED AND SEE THAT MENT STATIO/TELLS/ THEM FIRST ORGANIZED GAME EVER '
WHICH WILL BE FINEST portance to consider. CONTRACTORS LIVE UP TO DEEP PLOWI AND SHALLOW PLAYED IN CITY BEING STAG. Then De ,

EVER ISSUED BY ANY COUNTYIN President Stanford asks that therebe EVERY PROVISION OF SPECIFICATIONS CULTIV N ARE BEST. I ED AT LOCAL BASEBALL mand.DONEGANWllE'.
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STATE-TAKE SPACE IN atendance -SELECTION MADE DR. LOGAN ORS RAZORBACK FIELD THIS AFTERNOON- h
as largo an as possible I
SUB-TROPICAL YEAR BOOK. as there are matters to come up which BY CHAIRMAN LESLEY AP- HOGS .. BACON PRO. HARRIS ATTENDS MEETING: *
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should be voted upon by all of the "
of the
The first football
That Osceola county will be well game sea " "

advertised throughout the United members last if possible.The held R. Ramsay the expert road en- At ,9:20 a: m>t Saturday (Oc- son and probably the first regularly PRESENT QUESTION
open-air meeting was
States within the next Yew months is gineer, who WIle employed at a sal.rysaid tober 2) (the ste oat Lillie carried organized game In the history of Kis- :
last Friday night at the band stand. /I..I! ; ";
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simmee is ,
I photographer being played < "fII. ; *
assured. farmers and eners .
now Music for the occasion was furnishedby to be $10,000 a year to superin- 26 'l''! I
The commissioners at their er agent from the the baseball park. The Orlando Various ,Ordinances .Get
county the Kissimmee Concert Band. tend the building of the system ofhardsurfaced , and I fe ; to
meeting held on Monday arranged for roads in Klasimmee city rf to the farms of and Kissimmee High School t- earns '
Orange /
county .
Speeches were made by President H, I Required Results Discussed, *;
three separate item. of advertisingwhich will oversee the building of the first the Edgewaterpu company. are the .contestants. S
C. Stanford, Attorney Z. Bass, JohnM. '
should Osceola m : Prof. W. N. Harris, of the Otceola 'With Agreement Reached l ;
county
place Lee and W. J. Fripp. county-built brick road ins Osceola Six of the ipd G. element were y
the front ranks of those progressive I the St. Cloud High School faculty who is acting as
Mr. Lee reported that he was at county. a delegation f/ Fruit Leave Matter to Sanitary,. '
counties of the state which believe in coach in athletics, expects the local
and Truck Gn Association; one
work on plans for a public swimmingpool The bpard of county commissionersby Committee city Attdrneyand
the liberal use of "printers' ink" inputting and he may be ready toIve out resolution at their meeting held was C. K. Mc rie, in charge of the boys to make a good showing.: The ..
bef the the merits will be chosen from the following GUzens to Best Step
re public state Aarfcultur.1Experiment line-up as .
the facts he has ascertained at the Monday agreed to hie proposition to government f
of their sections.As meeting of the board tonight. handle the work for 3V4. per cent of P'n at Gainesville list: 1 to Take. T ": ,;

has been their custom for sever the contract arid Chairman Lesley was Fla.; anotheA a Dr. A. H. Logan of Henry Singletary half back; J.'JC.: .' ... '

al years, the county commissioners authorized to sign a contract with. the live-st/ department of the Ledbetter guard; Will Mason Tijfter, The, .Atlantic Coast"Line stock pens. ., r
V subscribed for 600 copies of the Val-! RAGSDALE PURCHASES 0"The fertilizer Sheldon
him for the work. Gainesville half \back; Frank Bryan tackle? located on the lakefront and within
l My Gazette and the SL Cloud Tribune P. McLaughlin of Jack- end Charlie Kegero
Johnson '
Engineer Ramsay is one of the agent was ; .1 a ,few feet of the business center:of'_
t to be sent to those in other sections ORLANDO DRUG STORE ,.enville, resenting the Armour end; Harry Ppwes, tackle; Murry the' r,.
outside
most famous road engineers in the I the city: ,must be removed! ,
tr of the United States who are interested Fertilizer/ pany. J. C. Wilder attended Overstreet 'end; David Ansted cen ; J "
country and road contractors know city limits: '
in Florida'j These subscriptions are capacity of "official pho- ter'Ernest WilliamJ ,
: in/ Lawrence center
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i DELANEY DRUG COMPANY TAK. that when he is on the job every item This is the ultimatum i _ .of._ ,,thecitycouncil. ; .
+ for a period of three months and it toarraph / r the party Arnold guard Don Beuter. quarterback ".. '
EN OVER BY PROGRESSIVE of the work must be up to the speci ; ., j _
understood that the papers are to the United States De- Paul Beuter, end Bradlejr.Har- '
KISSIMMEE DRUGGIST AND J. fications. He will have the use of the B. E. f"> ; ; : : Th4ecioaainiflriiyegnest'and; i"
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be sent to people in other states who ris, end Anson Rexford, tackle ,
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partmeif Agriculture's representative ; ; then demand that the take .
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D. WOODBECK, OF TillS CITY. Orange county testing machine and t"
t sire seeking information about this la had inducedthe George Cooper tackle )Prater Gilbert \ :
WILL HAVE MANAGEMENT OF will test all brick before they go into lnF* county' ; action wa>.reached 'at. ,rallfP"tfg" of 'tJ}
section of Florida in particular. The BUSINESS. 'the pavementtContinued 'atlAnee * Messrs. McQuarrie guard; Dick' Bullock, end; Joe the ..council".held.., on; d .

F (Continued_ on page 6)) I .. I on pace e) I, (Qnued on.. Page Twelve.'( -) Farmer Nat Carson, and others, fullback (Continued,-on' pa ; .t{.', t tl
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,8KEECHOBEE NOW ON Palace Drugcompany, of this city C.:'A. CARSON PAYS.v GONlESSMEN, TO BEJ'ENOVEfrER : ,Prof: Harrisat&td that-he.:; hoped MAiNST':: ; i
and one of the progressive businessmen to"see, a large crowd out,to_the game ,
of'Kissimmee is branching.out today"'in( order to 'let .everybody see '.
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T- J JOHNSON ROUTE ' '
., in his chosen' line of endeavor,' having VISIT TO,COLUMBIA 1- 8TH what..the Kissimmee> ys'c&n do..' ,WI

t .. ,,;. purchased during, this week the / ; L.The schedule, f games*{r ranged for "'. .
RIVER BOATS 'TAKE. BUSi1l sS' e Jressman W. J.; Sears' haa .. J i4.ie": :. he'j
i stock of the'Del.ney Drug company C. A.; Carson, who a member tt < re the season/tif as follows 'IIt SECTI- ,
.,... TO NEW TOWN ON*LAKE, BUT Orlando. the board of trustees of Columbia et,/. ord from Congressman S. M. October' 8-Orlando In Kf.P... CITMtt.re.-_ a M r,
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WAGON HAUL OF ALMOST This drug store, one of the promi- College spent Monday and Tuesday of gpjfian, the Riversan October IS--Sanford in S.ntor s, SI.?..ja.1...._.t.ss. se .

NINE MILES IS NECESSARY. nent ones in the capital city of Or- this week at Lake City noting the Chalnn.na hat he will October 23-Rollins College at Winter y 4L::= ,::.:..- :as ss '
A;, L NEWSPAPER COMMENTS ON is located of the school. He much e to visit ,
ange county on Orange av progress was Park. ; 'Lee I fw
b 'r NEW SERVICE enue. The store enjoys a profitable impressed with the character of the t r 8th. He October 30-Bartow at Kl !simm e. "J.: -" .
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t k trade and should prove a good 'invest etudeut body and the earnestness they. ome as a guest of the board oft November -Plant City in Plant J The city coil .aa. 1 f 'w
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Captain Clay Johnsolboata. are fo>. a trip down the\Kiselmmeeto
ment for Mr. Rag-sdale. displayed in their work. cided to widen Mar. S' ... ('' '
-now carrying freight to and from J. D. of note the needs of tha., 'stream City.November i3-Rollins Colleges in / bra" '
Woodbeck formerly the "There is a fine student body at | street north to the city _, Mstreet'
k ,)''Okeecnobee, the new town at the Smith Shoe company and a memberof Columbia," said Mr. Carson on his a navigation standpoint It is Kissimmee. in. this section will be aixT _
( i t' head of the lake of the same name. purpose of the board of. trade to y -
the city council will be manager return. They display a fine spirit. November 26-Open date. feet wide.its '
pra.ent.f-width. at VinestreetThe
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The boats cannot go through to Oke-- of the store for Mr. and attention to the oaeds ojf the rivern Prof. Harris went to Tampa -Jest '
r.. I Ragsdale assumed The faculty is as good as it is possible work; 'of 'widening..the} sr /k kn
r { ,chobee but they go beyond Bassinger3T I his duties yesterday. Mr. to get together in one institu endeavor to t Bpoverlment apIpriations Saturday to attend a meeting'of .the .treeWwUl; : be+begun* withinf<* short t /

.,:: ,to .within nine miles of the town and Wixxibeck is a man of good business tion. All in all the school gives for tMKwork. South Florida Athletic Association.He time; 'and completed ready;: -for the lay.' I .

} ,*.' the, goods to be transported are judgment and has had experience in promise of good results. The depa nvitations will also 'be xtended! to reports that the association nrpf: bf trick-pavement-from; ? -,

brought' to that point or taken away the drug .business. Both Mr. Rags- ment of education which was found lators Fletcher and Bryan, ef Flor passed a resolution that all schools in street! north,:>. the, *ityjllmitv' tm I i p

Sf by wagon.: Capt. Johnson hopes some dale and' Mr. Woodbeck invite, Kis- about two years ago 1* coming along'*; the Hon. Claude Kftchln o\ North the association should be favored in .which; bonds 'were recently sold t't' ,

J 'day to be,.bl.' to go, all the wad toOkeechobee. simmee people to make this store nicely and is the moat popular depart?"rolina. Majority leader of, the refard to schedules for contests. An I Cftr Engineer'fohiuton'i suns y: of' ) 'rt

11 the government. will their headquarters when they visit ment of the school. Graduates fro lie; the Honk Charles F. Crisp of amendment to the constitution and th* 'street has been accepted,by.
'< :make':provision! .tc(open up th.-thanl .Orlando. this department are given certiflca ctrgia; the Hon. Charles Edwards, by-laws was passed providing that no council and" the:; property, owners; soh' 1 .' I

neL"T *' ''*'fv.'""*"' '' rwpeaklntof' Mr. Woodbeck will 'remove to Or- to teach in the public schols of F"lori f Savannah; Major Ladu*, of Jack- person who has matriculatwHn college the west side of the street;;:off whose;: \

,' ; ;,th.'n.w'boat'eer'v1ce: a'Captain'Oay"'Johnson lando. His removal will deprive theKlssimmee'Concert without further examination., Co .o iville., and represented the college in,any prOPerty the addition to the street wil|'; '.

: ',,,the Okeechob:Call c says i band of a'leader, Sams states that he lug a fine-lot r intercollegiate contest is allowed to be1 taken have '.......'to.t.M.pau.lt; .' r

: :; who fobs much'to the regret-of th.'music lovers atheltes to chose from in the se lowell, Bass spent Wednesday at pray on,a high school'team. being understood that the'eo.t of the' ) wf

N ;, ':part twenty':'y.*rs': has run .:frefghtv "of thecity and. will necessitate don of. the-varioua athletic teams. larwater on business. All schools represented at the.meetIng land taken for street purposes. shall be: .

2 t. ". .."d boat,.JlUl' .. ih... the, :selection!of-a.auolf": '" to fill his ; / promised to furnish a track team deducted from the property, owner's,'1.r. a\,

y mmN tiom Bass.ngr tor "Ksslm( : place7: n.the.jdtyiounclL ,No.action' for contest at the Gasparilla celebration pro rata share of the paving .; :.t.-_' *.* \'a.;;: .

; P.f..; I ... ha.4S1/ded tJHi' tlitgri hei wI.U.b:* taken on,this;lsowSv.r, vntfl (in Tampa in February; TBIa A. E. Thomas ha.'beet given"tIt.-: "k

c i 9"w,' ... 'ii'Baeeenger"to the, hextfdr.eting'of. thtj.: o uncil/. the track meeting is to be preliminary to contract for taking away the Aecee.>;

::")i .;: f -.. i'Tuesday;!'nigh* !- ,y. ,;jrJ HELP'USTO the. state m..t.which. is to be'held' sary fences, buildings etc, new ea the.

.' ; .ri.: .,' ;;,Ww:3d .v .. .. '. ;.t in Gainesville. 'The"test team will" bf right of way of the.wideDecI'etN. >:;
,..' awarded and there will be The council
_: ". ..,< .'M*-* .&p'ltlt t I cup prixeif expects vstthia a feW:11.:: fs1
iuAl oe'qeryeieat.. | lr: days to make vlans for ad".rtfod..I.
.i/uf 'J **tft&n> : #* r for bids for the paving the dd.yb.. k'
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: and Mrs. Alonzo Linderman arrived on Tuesday spend

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:.e i T, mdnth pleasantly spent with theIr.I Mrs. F. E. Caldwell spent Friday in. ,
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f ',' < children In North Dakota. Kissimmee the guest of her daughter, : dRMS FpGjO ''r;

kt _" The Christian Endeavor society of Mrs W. I. Barber. q2M/ S FAC fW ''. ANp AM NITION CONNv :
p ': j' .J the Christian church will nerve chick- Harry GOBS left Monday (evening to L/ON/ N-Y t B 1 GEPORT
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"\' ,.v ,'\' .n\'' dinner in the old OAK. hall on spend) a few days at Tampa. tfd .+.' '' fOGcdb .t,

f .h" \., .f) Saturday proceeds to be used 1 in a K T. Metcalf, Co. B. 10th N. Y. v ,, Il ,
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's flOOd cause. Cav, of East Aurora, N. Y, arrived O w\ II .I',

; ,. lion. J. L, Overstrod if, K-' 'nnt here on Tuesday and i i is much pleased I .
Ag, ,1"l { ,nee, was a visitor at St. ( 'loud l l on | with, our Wonder City. j

;' -: Thursday last ('. K Thrash, of lampa, AMIS u !Lust,
J'la i Mr. and H ...f ( Icik-
Mrs. T. Skantr ness 'uller here on Wtdnesdalast, "

'i r'' field, Minn, tame in on 'lhuidiniul, Put Johnston! B. 1 1->. Marks and J t'Pf .
1s r will spend the winter )here, Mi: and .
S. ('adel of Kissiminc: were St + '
J, Mrs. the ,. of Mrs
Skang are 1 patent "
S Cloud visitors on Friday last
r \ L. D. Lamb s
( p. C. O. ], of Jacksonville Choice of '
McLaughlin, -the Deliberate the
'e.I. ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Roth well and k'/ 1
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g I I .),j ,' baby of Lake Gentry spent Monday was in our city on Friday Great Body of American Sportsmen
-L* with Mr. and Mrs. G. W Walters on The interesting' and instructive lee

New York avenue. ture evening given in by the Dr.M.Carmine E. church the Friday district ,. Nowhere else in the whole field of sport do you find the like .-
c Fred B. Kenney, our city clerk, was (
a business caller at Kissimmee on superintendent, was attended hv of the strong public opinion in favor of Remington-UMC. .
'' Tuesday and a large and appreciative audience and '
L .JW Wednesday. Tins Reminffton-UMC public opinion -and the most loyal' to the arms and '-
1 quite a neat sum was realized which
C. L. of Kissimmee in
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has been for ammunition tint him the
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growing( ninety-nine years. < give
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paying
4' 1 ; "ouity OIl :Thursday last making out
is it due the nilnexementsof he knows he ought to have.
Partly to
's ;:, I licenses -for our merchants steps in front of the church. I
4w ' Mr. and Mrs Prentis of Kelley Hill, Mr. and Mrs. C. K, Hendrix., who RemiiiKton-UMC in the design or He it is who is holding up the hands :
;t I were St. Cloud visitors Monday evenT have been visiting with friends and I construction of Arms and Ammunition.Hut of the Reiniiigton-UMC' de:iler-making

;\ "" .r Ins relatives at A by-the-Sea, N. J", in hack oftheseac'hievementsstands the Red Hall Mark of Kfrninffton-L'MC

IV Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feathers, New York, and Elkhart, Ind, arrived the fact that your American is the most the Sign of Sportsmen's Headquarters i I

4l ). Mrs. B. B. Feathers and daughter, home Saturday evening(. and while practical-minded sportsman in the world in your town. t

Elsie, of St. Cloud, and Miss Emma they had a lovely visit, are glad to
Sold by your home dealer and 870 other leading
get back to St. Cloud.
f Bachofen, of Kissimmee, motored to t
.'i\ Daytona Beach Sunday and returned A delightful surprise(' shower was merchants in Florida

v -;\ Monday evening. While there they given Mrs Sarah M Espy, of this Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
stopped with Mrs. J. B. Aberrrombie, place, in honor of her marriage to C,
.. Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway, New York City
; of Seabreeze, Fla They visited the M. Espy on October 6th The young

t++ following places on the trip: Orlando, people gathered at the home of Mrs.
_ Ila Covington Michigan Clean and oil your gun With REM OIL. '
on avenue,
Sanford DeLand, Ormond Daytona, ?.-.1*, 5.J*...(. L./....,. Bmst f\*...'.I/..
r Ponds Point, where the lighthouse is and from there proceeded to the home

situated. They all enjoyed the ocean of the happy couple. After partak- I

P bathing and report having a tine time. I ing of dainty refreshments, Mrs. Espy

/ l, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davidson left thanked the young folks for their Ub

'sC on Monday evening for Sarasota, Fla, kindness in remembering her and then I
where they will have charge of the Mr. Lynn /Daugherty spoke a few M U

Mango Avenue hotel. They were accompanied words, in behalf of the young people J

1t by Mrs Davidson's mother Mr Harry Todd and Miss Bonnie I

and brother and Mr and Mrs Ralph] Kicketts then entertained the party firms and REMINGTONUMC Ammunition
Wright. with some delightful,, ] duets! includingLast !

'". A. J. Kaufman and wife, of Wells- Night was the End of the World 4

l boro, Pa., who have spent the pasta Tipperary and a few more We would menus ..r on

week in our city, left Wednesday say that this young couple possess
IP evening for their northern home. Mr. remarkable talent in the vocal line. _

kw and Mrs. Kaufman are much pleased The whole party then got in the auto I IOOOOOOOOO
\' with the Wonder, City. and the Ford and took a drive out afar .. On the better qualities of soil here, I! ing an average of about 2:1: attendanceeach
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The New York Veterans' association as Kelley Station and returned <0- and especially with a little fertilizer, <0- <4> Sunday It has its. dues paid up
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t met Tuesday afternoon in Oak home all declaring they had a fine <0- UNION <44 Rhodes grass has shown even better and seems to he an independent
Grove park. It was decided at this time. Would reward any one hand- < results than Natal grass Next year 4 4 school here 1 would have been a
i .
1 meeting that the ladies could hold any somely who could furnish information j there will be hay balers here, as the better attendance if it had not beenon

P' office except president or vicepresident leading to t the disclosure] of the per- Frank Jones, of A\4a\] > and quantity) produced will exceed the local account of sickness throughout the
and also that they were not to son who arranged the furniture in Miss Howell, of Kissinv, were consumption. H R Mosnat made Last Saturday night Mr. Coble discovered !i community The school has taken in

'" rote, as then it would be just a New Mrs Co\mgton's house while the par- pleasant callers at the CFunk\ tests with late planted Sudan grass, a riderless horse coming(' from for collections about $4.0<)> during the
in Those home Friday ev'ning. which made All St. Cloud with a load of "nulk, eggs, Th I school to be
\ York *-*-ociation instead of New York ty was progress presentwere a very good showing quarter seems on
,. 1, Ve */! m isaociation. Mrs Sn w had Misses Bonnie Ricketts, Emma Mrs. William Ward, Mrs Vp and stock, including pigs, are fond of Su- and butter. He was hitched, and reported the road to success, altho ,it was reported -
1 program for the social Murphy, Ila Covington, Mrs. Espy, the Misses Susie Bell and velyn] dan grass. It would probably also to the Warren brothers who, our Sunday school would not

.A''; OffLARl', Cloud Fife and Drum Messrs. Floyd Moaner, Harry Todd, Smith visited Mrs A. D. S\\ l last make good ensilage. recognizing him as their neighbor'shorse last three Sundays. Seems we must
," "', shed the music. Adjourn- Mac Arrowsmith Leroy VanDenberg, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Vernon and family are brought him back to the city have some very interested hard work-
-November.- Lynn Daugherty and Mr. Espy and I Fred Sunda occupying the Wheatley house. Mr. No damage was done He was for- ing people in Pleasant Valley, commonly -
'. .. 1' I'lsOI1"if.wa; Harvey spent Or
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1 ,1' l and Master Vernon do electrical workon merly owned by Dr. Cooper. Poor known
S4 home Sat- Roy Taylor Andy Covington. lando. it expects to as Peghorn.
't'dur1ng-th.bsenceot! ; ( Pruice! He is like some people. His
the line wiring here '
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1 wIth hIs new including ,
.Ingrim'who; Went to Portia, Miss Iva Niswonger was th est q, ,
i6 Bank l have been and at Dundee and Haines reputation is worse than his ch rac- ONE FROM MOTHER
I'y'' -.. a witness,into criminal, cased( a few yard ai grounds of T. A. Hughey and family Su Waverly
ciN A "'; '1.D.\"hb lellevQiyou'; kitere he cleaned up ,and they"{ire certainly in Mesdames Lawson and Harv4ji. City.Mr. ter. A Chicago matron of great beauty I"

; 1!. ,;f \; bJl'd. _\,, ,.btoney; Me set i,at that I fine shape and* good ekample for the ed on Mrs. Story Tuesday afte n. L. G. Wilcox is building a new Mr. G. Young has been confined to called one day upon a friend, bring "'{

+.... ,"'Sund.y..morn1n'.JA: : pn ,'pursuitman ; of I restart the people. x Mr. B. E. Evans was the gu f home in the south part of town. It his bed for several days by sickness. j I ing with her her ten-year-old daughter -
;'charged with ''larceny andOhtUe, 'Mr. W. J. Mallett is now occupying! Mr. and Mrs. Funk Thursday a will be a nice modern bungalow and Col. Thomas, Mrs. S. L. Batten and who promises to be as handsomeas
1 tItId his new concrete home. will cost about $1000. grandchildren visited; Mrs. Warren her mother.
turned with two. : nero
t a '''r, f In .:answer to a phgne 11lm lake I Last Sunday afternoon Mrs. Oll'*> Mrs. Arthur llaye and E Mr C C Harvey, of Bloomington, Sunday. The callers were shown into a room
.ay. Harris Miss Evadne Harris and Miss Ind is to start five-room Several members joined the where the friend l had been
Pt1' .}i ), \hat.a quantity of effect a I Smith called on Mrs. S. Curtis Mo building a new receiving a
: \ + eam*' of Fred McT-a jt'*"*8 been visiting ,I Annie Farr and Mr. Harry Todd and afternoon. home on his lots in the south part of Sunday school. The superintendentbeing milliner, and many hats were scattered -

i 1qyJ Edgewater F .-"York. city. arrived Leroy Vandenburgh enjoyed a horseback I esiie Haye visited her mother town. absent, Mr. Rufus Thomas very about. \During the conversation the

ayevemng. She was act ride around the lake shore. The urday a lid Sunday. County Superintendent of Schools ably presided.Mr. ten-year-ol,1 amused herself by trying
..,;.: .... mpanied home by heV' .d&Ilghter, party had a fine time even thoughthe Myers spent two Parker, of Bartow, and the girls' club Moorehead had business in Kis- these on She was particularly pleased -

1'c:!' <(.; Mrs. Gertrude Purdy. y returned in the rain. three day of last week with her pa.organizer, Miss Howe, were here smimee Tuesday by the effect of the last one. Turn-

,. ,, Pct, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scranton, who H, A. Coble has left for Jackson- ents. has been spending tl[Thursday visiting the school. The day school is preparing a program ing to her mother, she said:

:.V have been visiting friends and relatives ,I ville and when he retjirns he will Hummer with her grandmother in 0 i At a meeting of the Board of Trade of recitations and music, and "Mother, 1 look just like you now,
a j in Ohio and Pennsylvania, and< bring a new Maxwell automobile with lando. aturday night the proposed good work exhibit for Mother's Day to be don't I'"

;., Washington, D. C., came to their' him, for which he is a ent.A. Mrs C M. Smith and daughter cal II l fade bond election was considered.f held Friday afternoon, October IB "Sh!" cautioned the mother, with

ft home in St. Cloud on Sunday.W. I S. Craig, who was here last win- ed on Mrs Lawson Wednesday a essrs. J. Walter Pope, Dr. J, Wpas Miss Pearl Thomas is boarding at uplifted finger "Don't be vain, dear.

;: J I. Barber, of Kissimmee, was ai ter, hap returned again.We ternoon Ambrose, Ackerage and Cock- the horne of G. H. Burnett and attend- -New"' York Times. Y

:i '; St. Cloud caller Monday. are'glad to hear that Miss Ada Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and little son'n, of Winter Haven, and G, F. Keltz- ing the Pleasant Valley school. _

'\){', I Mr. Davidson, of Orlando, is spendIng Bleech is much improved. motored out from Kissimmee and called and M. E. Heinzel of Dundee, were Our Sunday school began June 27,
s PILLS
; ,'(' "i a few day here this week. Mrs. Knapp is erecting a fine homeon on C. M. Smith and family Thurs- [itors. Mesrs McCullom and Mos- 1915, at Pleasant Valley with only six CHICHESTER-C : .
1 Charles H. Johnson and Florida Massachusetts avenue.G. went to Bartow Monday to scholars. It has reached a number of Xtl>*V .-*. **I .Akyj..11uMe' S\
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: ; Theobold were quietly married Thursi H Lehker is with us again the petition from Lake Hamilton about 36 each Sunday. Making a a.."1'." I_ ae1... __ .81..teawe...... '

.' ? :l day evening, Sept. 30th, at their homer The sweaters for the ball team have OOOOOOOO tie Board of County Commissioners summary of the quarter, we found we I!'> bi w..,b..,;..r.u,'; .. '

'I > on Pennsylvania avenue. The cer arrived and they are classy. Black < ig for a good roads bond election. had during the three months 276 visits .. ,.'.l 1 IAlJ k ow f-M.PI...'_L1.1.. nor_to r
}- f 1 mony was performed by Rev. Northrop with a large: gold colored M on the 0LAKE HAMILTON 0 made to our Sunda school, mak SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVLKYWaLRfi
,it Ii in the 'presence of a few frineds. l left aide. <*> POLK COUNTY O AGREEABLE CALOMEL IS ,

r t Ias The bride wore a lovely gown of sand Miss Alma Coble and grandmother O 0 YIELDING TO PLEASANT -- W.::lI

; colored crepe de chine. The many hive returned from Hyannis, Neb., "OtOO'OO"OO' 'O"'O"'O'Gre.t LIV-VER-LAX. f

i f' friends of the bride and groom wish where they have been spending the success Has been attained
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r ) 3. them a long and happy life. lummer W. are glad to have them here in the growing of hay crops this (clans generally agree that the $6.50 "

,! ,/ Hon. G. F. Parker, of Kissimmee, with us again.Miss season A short time ago large na tjng, unpleasant effect of cal- to J

was A St. Cloud caller on Friday. Ruth.:JU** 'J*now working in amounts of baled hay was shipped into om due to the undesirably vion ;

+L N. Albertson, who haa beenSpending the varietystore;: of W. A. Drawdy, this section, but now very little 1* sent len it has on the system. For a STATE CAMP

([ the summer at East Orange, formerly owned by",BiUy Dale. in, and by another season a fine quality lon me various substitutes have '
f N> J. and Bangor Pa., came to his Wont w"r cerred,from Billy Dale of hay 'will be sent out from here.|I been but it was only recently ( Near Jacksonville ) ?
; )Ll home in ,!t. Cloud on Saturday morn that he )hsdUiad j aVery: ,'pleasant trip The grass that seems to have done that !a really wonderful remedy, /

k'I1 inc.: Although be\\ J t..ecIhla"St.; Cloud best so far and is the most generally LIVLAS.. was prepared successfully and Return .l,

f, JC'r. and Mrs. -Burr" aad daughter I friend. vMrGatUrttf! *'\ : planted is Natal grass. Several growers \L. K. Grigsby. j

@ Margaret of Davenport, Iowa arrived *?ttk O. Gilbert,left this!week for report returns of $135 and better LI R.LAX ha all the good, via. .

'; r1 Monday;morning and have bought Tam>>-, Fla.. here )b.'accepted a ..po .0 far this season from fields of only and noVf the tad effects of calomel. ATLANTIC COAST LINE i '

i ; 'k",\l 1:+ .') ,.the,Thorndyke place.:.oa Ohio avenues sition. Bis StrCIOod friend will miss about two and a half acres, and there It is aiceisity in every home' always 7e StmnJarJ Railroad of tAc Somtk .

'M r :,; Mr '.*;Burr/and:' ; ,.daughterfwlll.; send him, -roy much/iS i ;;,' :", ::. ,.-yIN will be an.ther'better cutting of'hay bl ready to cleanse the slug
r t two.welujhiii. and 'will then','return , I yet this bringing returns to f
w, : : ; : ;'PJ.AITS SKIRTSPlatte season up gish 114 sad bile clogged system,
+ .i ',"',' ttome."iMr. iBurrrwpl'ppendthe'', win. feauire'in'WASH' linen skirts about,$75 an acre. This includes seed, with ndVpleasant after-effect Account National Rifle Matches ',
,*:tet b.lir" j are which i* in good demand. One party UV-VVLAX. U guaranteed io
:'cM Mss::C.:K. Kagy'and'three left J but'd.reular abJrttibould be avoided 217 of seed from '
., boy* got pound about 2ftacre give auction, or your money will )
in aH,wash fa'' TICKETS .
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i! ) \JWednesday; mo rfo.rj.Salem..m.> ;i'" ; >\ ' ._ *.' Seed i* worth about 05 cents be (immedklr refunded. Insist on the u'W
L' , \ ; ;Mr./'and. ',Mr1 James''. Sager>;'and I" .' pound. "These were on ists'plant' original Ang the likeness" of I* JL With<, i ; ;: I

a 44 t " ';:Jame* Utchfleld,!, ,'who. have'i been 'a1a 'o.t IJ. bags, .. late as June and.a'season none Grigsby. V ale in 60c and f 1 bottle I" ," ,r..
s the aummepwith and 1' ".,".,, Up"... .,.... too, favorable/'The.seed; : s ,c._..,..,....lIt ( IN.i/er"".'A .y._ :eaeand bd rsnM4. f, ,.NAa.:..
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t ': ,1. yl fa w'days'at.WasbhigtoryD.,C; ,came aJe ., M the fomala U quickest slay U to let out the rMta. TWO URE9'FOt3FALL', ,;, b':. '", .,_ J.., / /..ea1I'A.c.'L..n.AelAi., :,_ ,.' ;0',

4:. r'M' r: ,"ls.lp/k1'r1d.y'auraing; ? ./, .y' ' &DU,"aaowiac 'U IsIs Other t are 'using'Natal grass tor pasture ItUaaid]t this autumn will show I"I.W.., -V3-.J\'Di; : : 11.,011 3- iPaesen: -4.4r ,. ,Tampa. -, I-t; .,
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''ft,;'t GRASS EIGHT'. FEET. BlOB member of his, race wish. -thus to 'Mexican' bolt' w.*rU "Which; has -Ing'''to* their'fountry'< *" da .;.... The St. ,Augustine Power 'Boat cut the space jrfv n. candidate down,

', honor htm, brought"pest to the wigs of the: valuable At least two hundred ""row Tarpon Club's dock, which' was 'destroyed in to legitimate new*'value, and aiTe t i. '

.Sample, of Sudan''' Grew Prove Its -...:..-, ass Island cotton territory. The ,Spring and the a a oejt' wilt the big St., Augustine'nr. InJ9 jp;..1a them';'DO more under any"circnnwtan-'

I" Possibilities..Bradentown. The annual meeting'and show oJ wind attending the Calvestoii'storm of answer th. 'call to anon to be 'r butt. cei, some of.these loud-mouthed anti-

I,"' the Florida branch of the American s. few weeks ago is blamed for thegurprising armftl, press 'corrup oni.ta (as they delight, '

': .', .-A'. ,F, Wyman a foremost Poultry association will be held In con- advance. Dade eount -I.: I the The women of Bay county have in calling themselves) will be:abl*"to +,.

,, grower of this .district, who i. nection with the Suwanee fair at Lire hew census will give it; 1 1e representativesfn formed a law' and order league 'with ...,,an.entirely:n.w light burning) at 1

Interested in the Agricultural develop.. Oak, November 2nd to 6th. It is expected The grist mill at Webster la kept the lower hoof J.he Lg- the ..pedal.obJeet in view of stoppingthe the window,,of ;.political'ambition' by tM
:' anent along various line., brought to that several thousand bird. will another session of the UgUlatur -
time
busy. Sumter county made a bumpercorn lselature. This U of cot contingent sale of liquor. the .
the office of Wyman & Green a sample be entered for exhibition. crop. upon the adoption at tlextt electionof meeta-Gainesvill Sun. .

of Sudan grass eight feet in hel.htwit constitutional
the todment proposed A total of 4,317 citizens Escam- ''
luxuriant foliage, which grew ontone has shipped ''C. W. Griffin of Klsslmmee, i
A timber land deal involving, it is Fort Myers thousand by the last Leature. the Mr
of his farms the one bia county are qualified to vote in
near dty planted said whowas in the city the first of the
between two and three million
last July. Former'Mayor Wallace also : steers to the Morris Packing I wet or dry election to be held October
has recently from a
dollars has been closed week returned
Wisconsin
by '
has made with the I company of Chicago. A suit for $26,000'twin filed in 12th. th
experiments grass, Washington d y-.with Congresiman .
capitalists for about 300,000 acres of the courts at Pensao fojf damages trip to ,
which proved highly successful, and W. J. Sear Mr Griffin
land in Calhoun and Liberty counties.It tj
which met expectations when the for- The Peninsular Mattress company to a child run over kn.Automobile, Florida editors*have performed a
to him
gratifying *
is said that the Wisconsin men contemplate says it was very a #
is the name of a manufacturing several weeks Terdict foramages
new ago.V
work in the of this
uge was put to the feeding test. the erection at an early date '. great development a citizen*of the fourth districtto. .
The Woman's Club will inaugurate of at least three immense capacity enterprise at Bartow. <} of IniC kiln One or two state. The so-called country press of the high esteem in which Congressman .

clean-up week next Monday and cases would perhapiskf all drivers Florida ranks above those of other "
any
are : Sear i I. held In the National 'r
sawmills well
as as several short rail-
The Florida State College for Women of automobiles mortreful and more '
asking the co-operation of all residents state in the South.A 1 The editor of the Breeze has '
way lines. Capitol.
opened last week with the largest considerate of hun Mfety.
in efforts to make a generals comparison of the country week- known Congressman Sear since early
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of enrollment in its history \ ; lies with those of other states show
clean-up vacant lots and the accu- 'iII and has watched his career
boyhood
mulations of debris on occupied prem- Tampa is to have a new reservoirto Ex-Governor Giltst got credit for Florida in the lead, both in make-up' with much interest and it is a pleasure $s

ises. hold four trillions of gallons of Joe Joshua, a negro. was shot and being in Jackson the other day and in the character of the matter to' know that the people of his Nil"

water. After the passage of the Davis killed early Sunday mornnig while when he was not. -jnftw Yorker by printed..--Sanford Herald.
bill the people down there evident- -burglarizing store at Summerfield. the same name rejered at the Sem- home county have delighted to honor ...i ueet
Duval county commissioners have him We predict that .. ' I"
fy got ready for making a change in inole Hotel, and i not allowed any .
made a reduction of salaries in many Frank Huffaker will again be pub- Sear will make a record for ] .
their drinks. According to an ordinance recently quiet for some le yn account of ;,...
of the jobs to be filled during the com- licity man for the big Tampa Mid- during his term ,of office andit
passed by the city council, pool roomsin the ringing of hirtephone by people -
ing year. From ten to twentyfiveper Winter Fair. Contrary to his name, take a mightyhim atf.'- ..
E. F. Andrews, a prisoner servinga Marianna must close at 6 m. who thought it v the exgovernor.The .
p.
cent cuts have been made in many Mr. Huffaker is no "fakir," and as a if he should ... fit T riVr tb e .. trace
life sentence at the state convict
-cases. publicity campaigner is an artist of for reelectionNew ,Smyrna r
camp at Raiford for murdering a man A company is planning to build a State Boaof,flealth has been \'
the legitimate type.-Palatka Times-
: Breeze.
'iii' named Alexander in Manatee county, factory in Jacksonville for the manu- called upon to. iritigate the sanitary >

"Five and ten cent stores" are to recently escaped. This is the second facture of matting \,ut of scrub pal- conditions of aghter houses at Herald. 10 CENT "CASCARETS" '.. i A

)>e opened in Florida this coming; season time Andrews has escaped from prison. metto leaves. Plant City. This tie second time in BOWELS" '
FOR LIVER AND ,
by Woolworth-the greatest fac- three months tbtate board has been A Fort Lauderdale man has been

( tor along this lire that this countryhas I I The officials of West Palm Beach called upon to ice-these same inves- shipping avocadoes at the rate of : r

ever known. There will be at The New Smyrna News predictsthat 'have reduced saloon license from $1- tigations at Pk Sty, and indicates twenty boxes per week to San Fran- Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, {

least two branches opened. J the packinghouse at the Smyrna 000) to $750, presumably on account ofllle that Bomebodyown there is deter- cisco, Cal. The boxes contain two Biliousness, Sour Stomach. Bad

and Hawks Park Citrus Growers' as- Davis package law. mined to haw sanitary conditions dozen avocadoes each, and cost the Breath-Candy Cathartic.'

Three newly-norn babies have Been 1 sociation will this season handle at around the slfhter houses as goodas Califoria people $7.00 per box, deliv-

found in the sewers of Tampa within least 10,000 more boxes of oranges Manatee Game and Fish Protection they can timid ered. Considering the fact that Southern No odds how bad your liver stomach {

the past few w'eks.-and the authorities and grapefruit than was handled Association was organized at Sara- California is being widely adver- or bowels; how much ,Your; head r ;
:
are taking: all possible steps to through the branch of the Florida] sota the Other day, its purpose beingto The East "'II Chamber of Com- tised as an avocado section, it certainly aches, how miserable you 'are from

find the parents of them. Thus far Citrus Exchange last season. protect the game and fish of that merce, whichie i: at Lake Worth the speaks well for the quality of the constipation, indigestion.; biliousness, u
Florida Estero
product.- Eagle. rand
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the clue-. are very slight. county. first of this celt, has completed its sluggish bowels-you alwny'" get '

The Florida Citrus Exchange has deliberation!and adjourned. The relief with Cascaret. They Immediately

The Board of State Institutions has i announced that it will open for business The stockholders of the defunct main thingetl''mined upon by the The newspapers of this state have cleanse and regulate the tom-.*> t

elected J. I. Boone, of Tallahassee asupermtendent I' on November 1st, and is anticipating City National Bank of Key West have new organUiofc is that aid from the been hoodwinked out of thousands of ach, 'remove the sour, fermenting 1.

1 of the industrial school a greatly increased patronage been assessed one hundred per cent of national gorntnent must be had for dollars each year legitimate exchangefor and foul gases; take the excess bile "' ;

rUI i l >yat Marianua. Mr. Boone over that accorded it ]last season. The their holdings to liquidate the indebt- the Evergleaf drainag-e project and advertising space by the demagoguery from the liver and carry off the con- ," i

was fur right: years principal! of the Kxchange has. extended its organization edness of the bank. the East Cst jbhamber of Commerce of the politicians. These stipated waste matter and poison

Orlando high school. of sub exchanges, as well as its is going; *erit 1 with a determination same politicians have now passed laws from the intestines and bowel A

shipping and marketing; facilities. Avon Park's latest industry is an to wit The next meeting will beheld belonging to the same class of demagoguery 10-cent boy;: from your druggist will H, '

The Jews of Tampa lue, collecting a alligator farm with sixteen young in itmt. fixing the maximum of their keep your liver and bowel clean; '

fund with which to secure a portraitof Every available cotton demonstration 'gators as a starter. The new enter- t' campaign expenses at a figure so low stomach sweet and head clear for j

Ilermnn. Glo/{owski", a Jew, who worker has. been ordered by the prise is being; conducted by Harry J. C. Wdome, a well known Tam- they cannot afford to pay the news- months. They work while you sleep. ..

held the office of mayor of that city agricultural department into southeastern Cutler of that place. pa citiz has been elected presidentof papers for advertising asked of them .,

"several, ten ins during the 80s. He was Georgia; and northern Floridato the Stheastern National Electric without going over the amqunt allowed The white leaves of celery*dried nad

among the leading. ; citi/.ens-and the I aid in halting the advance of the The Greeks of Florida are respond- Light Aociation...: by law. If the newspapers will added to soups give. a delicious flavor.. -, '


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a t+Ary 4. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE y 4' c :Fn DAIr"., OCTOBER 8, J.915.. :'.

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' Gazette . CITY RUN BY AN R grower that there should be a silo on .every farm t. . . t
j'Thc! Kissimmee Valley :- of 20 acres or more.He '
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Those who have advocated t Ln by whist 'argue interestingly a* 'follows: r' ; 'From; .Our Readers l; ,

L TI LOfa, <* ''I. v...".".II._*__.eJ tt.Kr B..rr IUI'Frldir..>. Klula ru. a city ii run by a manager, iustHin] industrial "I. believe that the silo is one of the most important letters
institution, have laid stress on t tlIHjustrial; features steps toward the development of jthi country -

ti }ii"+",". ..'ITARRIS AND E. O. VANS.. AONBW.' Ow....... of city-management. It has jB"aume & ,B. MACOJjH Mdlt.r Ma..a.r. the technical that an engmajH I am convinced that every farmer who ha f
the
twenty '
press? proper Upper Darby Pa. .., then to New .Orleans for ,a.
n q v.;., ......rl...... nate.l man for a position whose occupaiilB necessarily acre of land should.Irave one. But'this mean, of I'
On Copy, On. Year _. .__________________ ",50 Sept. 29, 1915. couple of weeks and will arrive in'
s 4n fOn., Copy, 81* Month ?? .-.______________ ___ 1.00 handle all sorts of engineering PrVH having to-t course, that we must have live stock to feed the Kissimmee about the first of
., : ':, .,Copy. Three ...______________:___ ..75 do with the layout of streets and IBs grading silage to. For instance the silo on a twenty acre Dear Sir: for November.Will on or t w
You will find enclosed check ayear's
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authorizedeorreipondente water IHy avid farm ..hould'take care of three or' four good dairycows 'e
.. All communications, except from our paving, lighting, sewerage soon we would miss enclose amount to yotf together'
,mu.. be elg-ned by tb. writer. 'h subscription, as
: Important as these are they 'fBpot always ; so that the feed will be ample-in the winter Tleasl "
with the statement continue'to
tr unless called
Rejected matter will not be returned the Gazette very much. Al- I'
i I, 'for.., been considered paramount, and non een have time, when butter fat universally brings the highest ways Valley about this time of the: year we send the paper to the same address - j
t infrequently( been made cily-mi. price and the most profit to the farmer."I '
rti .. Florida, not s, gener- until arrival in Kissimmeeand
(Entered In the Postofflce In Kl lmmee. begin to think the more of it. Every my
ally with the ill-concealed contempt 0UB engineering firmly believe that the dairy cow, a few pigs Monday evening, when it arrives we I will call at your office and make
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., press. The climax seems to ha'vel& reachedin and chickens are the best solution of the need of im- of address.
change
"Here is bit of sunshine from ,
8, 1915. Bakersfield. Cal., which ha just | inted an mediate and ready cash for the farmer or fruit say Kissimmee.: a I Respectfully, +, t

r'' 4vi '10''_ M editor its city-manager. grower, while he is developing his land to itt great-I Hoping to be .with you again after I L. L. KIBBE.P. ..iii

TODAY IS FARMERS' DAY -- --- --- est and most profitable possibilities. The Christmas, I remain, S.-1 want a friend of mine to a
FLORIDA'S OUTLOOK BRI particular will consume a great deal of( rough (feed
sk :- I Yours truly, I read it, \tho is interested in Florida .J:
be made for the grown on the place during a portion" the year. I L. FRYBURG. and Kisbimmee. ;
{ ; Although there may no provision JOHN 'I
which otherwise would to waste while at the
ar'4 ,, general obserxanos! of( the day. it is a (fact nevertheless I That business conditions' in Piorid more go ; .Q;
time they would be furnishing large
that today- -October 8thwas set asides favorable just now than at any time in the same a part Peru, Iowa, Bear Lake, Mich., ';'
s by the last session of the legislature as "Farmer'Day. past two years is the opinion of those ighted of( the living (for the (family --not counting the (fertilizer I Sept. 27, 1916.Kis'iimmce {) Sept. 27, 1916.. ';1

} ,7& ." It is a legal holiday in Florida henceforth business men who have reasons for th lief. which they would be furnishing (for Valley Gazette, Kissim Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee f>.

''t and probably in after years when the idea has become Pertinent to this subject is the (oil Id e- ing of the crops, as well a> the grove. A thegrow-I( mee, Fla.Gentlemen] Fla. I* .

y r more firmly fixed in the minds of the people, gram which was sent to the Manufacture. ecord, can be kept on the skimmed milk and th- : Enclosed find check Gentlemen] : Find enclosed check 't*

r' 'r it will be given general I recognition. pf( Baltimore by J. Ef Ingraham vice-p nt of able vegetables and in this way the ( for $1.50 88 ,suliRcription( for the Ki,,- for $1.:50 to pay subscription to May <,
C,; produce all of( his own meat during the entire year. I 25th, 1915.Please : ,'
In speaking of the idea, the Lesburg Commercial the Florida East Coast Railway : simmee Valley Gazette one year. ,'
r f A few hens will also contribute their share toward change address to Eau Gal. :'
says: "The business outlook is brighter foq; orida I Credit me with same and oblige, ;
the South because the upkeep of the family table, while living on lie, Kla.] as I return there next week. /jI
With all due respect t to our own egotistic opinion than any other state in the Yours. most respectfully, 4
i of ourselves and the thousands of( other newspapermen greater diversification of products raised mIn rida. waste products and feed grown on the place. JOHN W. KELLER.P. trust you will be able to get the ,6

1 in the countla.we!; take off our hats to the addition to citrus friuts Irish potatoes, and "If the farmer is intent on bringing a fruit groveto S.-Your paper is a most welcome ]- Dixie Highway completed soon to "\"K,\

'; ; farmer. Without-Turn there would be no newspapers grain, as well as cotton and tobacco, a important profitable bearing, and can get on a basis as out- visitor. After I read it I handit I I Deer Park, Fla. Brevard county has .<->
.. r the lined above whereby he can make a living!! as he 'the funds and has ]let the contract to
u With- is developing in "
industry to fretting
consequently no newspaper men. now !! ing a neighbor as they are i
out him there would not be anything worth while of high-grade cattle hogs and sheep. 1\ ut- oes. he will be just that much ahead when he gets interested in the resources of the sun build to mete you. *.
his grove. The immediate need though, (for the It is of great importance that this
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t" in this world. The Germans claim they are capturing ( ny South especially southern Florida.Don't *
ex-tremely I farmer just starting out with small means is a road be completed speedily. I have .,
?;tt N manna from the atmosphree but we have been be afraid to advertise your wonderful '
surfeited on "hot air"many times and we much Florida and there are strong indications of( a.] vy monthly income, and the dairy cows hogs and Polly country and climate. With best I paid large Rums into your treasuryfor

i w prefer grits and cauliflower and a few other products I movement of homeaeekers this season. g hen will come nearer doing this than anything else wishes.-J. W. K. the past 14 years and your coun-
f' "stick outlook (for that can be carried out on a (fruit farm. I, ty has done nothing for roads in that
i the farmer bring. to town. They to : at it in every light the present a -
Ux r the ribs" better. i is extremely bright, and the season's busing! !j is "But to go back to the silo, the kind to build Litchflcld] III., vicinity during this time. 1.

't we. Just why the day for farmer should be a holiday very promising." \ etc. The first cost of a good silo is from $2.00 to Sept. 24, 191.r! Yours, f
is but it ii and let it that. $3.00 ton capacity, according to the kind and GEORGE W. HOPKINS, *
,: ,w. a mystery, so. go at May- : : per Mr. W. B. Harris, Kissimmee, Fla. "'
I be it will be some satisfaction( to the farmer who NEWSPAPER DAY IS POSTPONED ffl k convenience of the material to be used. But the I Dear Sir and Friend: Please find Owner Deer Park Stock Farm. ,
will be stack of natal greatest cost to be figured in this connection is the Y
baling a sweet smelling hayon .'- enclosed P. O. money order for $1 .50; I
that know that the bank in wherehe F engine and silage cutter. This cost can be dividedup I li
day to town Through misunderstanding the date ofj for Kissimmee Valley Gazette, notice Richmond, Mien t Oct. 1, 15.
puts his money is closed and his banker friend some day set (for Friday the however, by a number of farmers going in together of which I have just received is due I Kissimmee Valley Gazette Kissim-
year's was
is himself in honor of the farmer. newspaper so that the cost to each individual would I .
Fla.Gentlemen
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q out enjoying of October- but as that will be at a time Mrs. Baldwin] and I are planning to mee, r'
i Anyway, here's to you Farmer Man and Farmer of the fraternity are participating in the be comparatively light. winter in Florida] this winter. Have I ; : I will remit $1.50 up- F:

r 1 Lad. And here's to you. Farmer Lady and Farmer many pitality offered by the city of( Jacksonville it "Regarding the type of( silo to be built I believein I not decided just when we will go but on my return from a few weeks in it f

: Lass, whether it be on October 8 or February 29. be noted that the date was a most inopportune OIL concrete as against wooden construction, and I soon as the north winds begin to hill Ontario I would miss jour papernow f l lI

here's to you all I Consequently by common consent the occasion Isj believe that my past experiences with silos justifyy I our bones. I should] 1 discontinue it. Each ,'i!

'been postponed for a little and it is probable th r I stand. Wooden silos are all right providing I Must express our appreciation( of number remind me of the very pleas-. i,

COAST LINE ADVERTISES KISSIMMEE the revised date will be selected at the meets I he owner is always very careful to see to it thatis the news from Kissimmee curb week ant few wrekv'isit t i your beautiful ,

in Jacksonville. kept!. air tight by.keeping I up the slack: and thatis I With kind reirarns from myself ajid littlt town last winter I note with d'\:

,i The Atlantic Coast Line has issued its usual Newspaper day is one that should be taken u| well guyed against high winds. I have seen wife, we are yours. I pleasure that your live citizens are 7

t winter season (folder giving tropical trips, golf with enthusiasm by every citizen of the state |any a silo wrecked beyond repair by wind. It isI !Respectfully, 'continuing\ their efforts to bulkhead 1

!, t/, courses and hotel directory. Florida is well rep (for, to make it a success there should be a genera!)' t necessary that it be blown completely down in F. M. BALDWIN.! the lake That is one thing in particular .

resented in the folder both in text and photographs. unanimity of( action. If one city shall bul lightly er to make it practically useless, as it would :, that will mid! more to your fQ;r!

Kissimmee comes in for her share with a notationof heed the call (for the good advertising which may \1 ve to be torn down and rebuilt anyway. The Fletcher Okla, I progress, as mi attraction\ to tourists -

her hotels, a photograph of( the Graystone Hotel (follow a broad distribution of( its local papers I ping of good silage is dependent upon the ex- Sept 2!H. 191.r thll"l\ )' other improvement 1;

i ;; grounds and lakefront and the following mention :' whit others shall send out large numbers it will ion of air. If the silo is not kept perfectly( tight I Kissimmee Valley Gazette; Kmimnire that could. Insuggested!

'y+ From here the traveler with a fondness for exploration be the city that is lat in taking hold of the opportunities I led silage will be the result Fin I I iisine von it was a pleasure to r I

' s may, within a few hours, penetrate as that will be the loser while, at the same I I received your notice, to me jitter meet join' )business" \ /\\1'11. and I look :

i, tropical luxuriant and weird a wilderness as existson time., other cities will not reach the result desired. HOG PRODUCTION INCREASESat day I agree withou that I get the forvsaid und! antiiipiite' the pleasure of Ii

the western hemisphere. A very interesting It is an occasion which calls for all cities and townsin + )best paper, published fur the nmne.v,, unothei seat some time in the future. :.tl
is down Lake and the I uin now on In to Kissimmee. Very ,
3 trip through Tohopekaliga all counties in t the state to be liberal to every ex- ) WilY respectfully|
JHssimmee River to Lake Oke- chobee, thence tent possible.The the raising of( hogs in the South i ic showing': -topping/ fin a few ci.i\s in Chit Kiisha. :->( 1BLACK.: ; .

4.J / .../through the windings of the Caloosahatchee past Valley Gazette will announce the new dalewhen a ster increase is proven by f figures compiled lvanufacturer's I 'n
ft.l.'t.'iftff.' Forts Thompson and Denaud. of Seminole Indian the ( Record that great publication - -
it is adopted by the press of the stale so I
w'4 ,' war fame, to Fort Myers, where train may be taken :hat those of its readers who wish may take ad- in is .imore which is a power of( strength in behalf I Planfor lilt "..IM-<| military, eflTiiienry 4L
of development of the Southland. The Manu- Said contemplated b.\. ,"
for northern The canals from Congressman {
resorts. leading
;) more vantage of the day to send copies of the paper to '
'i>t the southeast side of Lake Okeechobee to Fort their friends in other parts pf the country. I fact t rs' Record says : 1 I \\ J. Svais of Kissimmee, who ,

Lauderdale afford navigation to the Atlantic Ocean ---. I In t nneclion with the amazing increase in grain About KissimmeeEarle is considering! introduction of a bill ';o

but navigation on the Caloosahatchee over the short ADVERTISE TO HOLD BUSINESS prod on as published in the Manufacturers'( Record before congress permittingrepresen- ,A,

distance between the lake and Labelle' temporarily I week it is equally important to note that tatives and senators to appoint cadets ;Ii
ff.;< r suspended on account of construction of -:- this already brought about an increase in the Naugle, editor and managerof to West Point and Annapolis annual-* ,sr
A the National Biscuit Company
\ the locks.. These cruises offer perhaps, the most year or so ago numb f hogs raised in the South. .Not until next the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, is ly instead of. every four years or at
d, $60,000 in in advertising in New
4.diversified hunting and fishing. trips to be found in York spent City, where one it already year had 98 cent of year, ever, will the South begin to get the full more than making good. That's a" such a time between that period ,d!.
per habit with from
gents "Indiany, whenever
an appointee
drops out
Fa; 'Florida. benefit the increased production of meat from or j
'he business. When asked the for expendinghis
. reason however.-Tampa Times. is expelled from the Institution. I
this gait l'n grain, but the figures compiled from -
: big ium in one place where they already had -+-
Ft. Pierce Tribune. '
f I FLORIDA A HEALTHY STATE he business they said it was to hold their business. reports the United States Department of Agriculture Kissimmee's clean-up campaign is << ".
just sued shows in percentages the number carried this week most oCo-
The object of advertising is not only to get business > being on sue
KiHsimmee i I- \
Joseph W. Howe, M. D., clinical professor of surgery but to hold business. of hogs a(September I as compared with September cessfully. Many arc joining in the to have a new brick ..
N manufacturing plant. The
i. in the medical department of( the Univerait It is folly for a merchant to have the idea that because I I. I as follows( : movement.-Orlando Reporter-Star cost about $.r>(0.OOO)( and the plant will roll -

sSJ ,,,1<' of New York Fellow of New York Academy ol his business is running smoothly today it will tea Per cent. -.0-- will he about $1,000 week.pay The \
Kissimmee its electric per t
-/ Medicine, etc., an an author of medical works, sayr continue so without proper effort back of the busi AI 108 owns light city council offered ,
ma---------------- as an inducementto
and the council of that town
plant,
,, 4v! of Floridah ness. The power that built up a business is neededto Ar as _-_________ ______ 109 has cut the rate for current down locate there that both the property .}
just (
; 11 -:! The climate of our American Italy hat been the keep it going-and more business sagacity is Flo' ____uu __uu_ 103 from 12 cents to Tallahassee Dem and output be exempt from taxes fora

.f. I;f subject of considerable misrepresentation. It has needed each year. Every year sees hew and chang- Ceo ____u______ uu 110 ocrat. period of ten years. The brick will

!, been alternately praised and slandered-praised for ing conditions and forces in business. The merchant Kent y ____________ ____ 107 -000- he made of cypress sawdust, and I lathe
:i4 :: its mildness and equability, blamed for its swamps must be ever watchful and gain every particle Loui'a 105 recent invention of J. Wade Tuck-
---------- ------ Senator Donegan has become a
."j ]I'' and malaria. Only within the past year or two ,,| of knowledge possible in regard to his business. Mary d ______ u__ _____ 103 hotel proprietor at Kissimmee. Dear er.-Arcadia News. .
'ii ha. its claim as a balmy and Nothing is important to his business advertising
; paramount pure so as Minis' pi ____u___ _uu_ 105 Senator beware of the next cam- -+-
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9 .7 health-giving climate been fujly established. -Statistic because it supplies the information the public Misso _______u_ _u-u_ 104 Your guests will all be deadheads The county commissioners Os-
," 1 *' by careful and disinterested observers have wants. Th people are looking for every particleof North Lrolma 104 paign. ceola county are showing that they
------------ about primary Ume.-Sanfard
information about goods 'that will add to their Oklaho ______ ____ _u__ 106 Herald. believe in good advertising.The .

;exaggeration i comfort and happiness.Th South CsVolina uuu___ 120 commissioners have at their

that malarial fever prevail to a greater extent inS merchant who is backward about telling about Ten ness* ________ ____ __ 105 For the -of manufacturing; disposition a special advertising fund
.1' Florida than .in other state because the air is constantly those things that will give the individual 1 purpose created by a special
. greater Texas ______ ____ ____ 110 Wood-tex brick, a new paving mate- levy each year.
"2 loaded with mephitic But the truth comfort will find his business going to the T A total of $2,400 has
vapors. more suc- Virginia ____ ______ _u_ 105 rial invented and patented b a Kis already been ..
j is.that: intermittent and remittent fevers in Flor daf" cessful merchant who isjiot backward about giving West Virfcia ____uu____ 102 simmee man, a $100,000 company has contracted for by the commissioner ,
,'1 ark of a milder type run their course quicker and the people the information they crave. Advertisingis out of this year's fund. t.
been organised in that city and the
); ,' art attended by &less mortality than is the case i in constantly creating and satisfying wants. These figures Lw gains i in the number of hogson 'work of erecting a $50.000 plant fur- Thy have made an appropriation of'

!{ aay other state in the Union. These facts were ascertained It is likewise folly for a merchant to be peevedover September I afcompared wiht the correspondingperiod $500 for anexhibit of the -
1 fishing emplowment for 60 men, witha county'sproducts .,
nl\ by Surgeon General Lawson who found competition. A merchant should get ahead of last yeas anging from 2 per cent in West will at the Mid-Winter FaIr;'
payroll of $1,000 weekly, com- at 4
;. .. .that in the northern section of this country one in and stay ahead of competition by carrying such a Virginia to 20 per ent in South Carolina. In this in the early future.-Ft. Pierce Orlando. February, Ifllf, have arranged :\

:, .' < h.vtry 54 case of remittent fever proved fatal 1; in stock of goods adopting such advertising.methods, respect South Car na leads in the percentage of Imeneo Tribune. for suitable space In the Tani.: N;:

1r:: .. Jf' the central sections, one in 38; in Texas one in 75. etc.. that will place his store in the lead. Then gain for the entire untry except.New Mexico and -+- pa Tribune Development Year;Book 'i

'f.f.t '+ ,land in Florida, one in 287. competition will not bother him trade will come to Arizona, which thovtexactly the same percentage of 'KUsInunee Is ,to bar a $50,000 have subscribed for 600 copies of both ';

,him and old 'customer will stay by him. increase. South Ca|linarshows a percentage;mart pf.nt'' to' manufacture'what is called th*. Valley'Gazette and the St.;Cloud jr. /,f
) col ISSUE NEAT . ly three times as grVt as the aveage increase for Tribune for "
A BOOKLET three
:: wood-tax brick. The brick Is com month, to. be;:cent 'f.fI
the United States kxt South Carolina in this
it. ; SILOS IN FLORIDA to to thou interested in lorida '
a' !I -:- posed of cypress sawdust and hydro- and h... f

t: t .tone of the neatest booklet. yet issued by a For .'_0"--" percentage With of !gain irlpopulstion. of line compressed by power process, also,,.sruthorirsFd a contract for 'a "

i ''t, icu i town ''is that recently sent out by!>> our neighborIng i, The,question of building silos)n Florida has be- these an increase thl i twelve the population, most of( tb'.thoucht.tbat'i ,will. renluHrioiaetla"pavlng' hand.om booklet of 4.the county t o y
state Yiaonth
, '1'1 .. city of'Winter Park. The booklet well-print' come one:of'notovmuch whether they should be between \ during probably Industry; because made of consist of sixty-four pages. The commissioners ;ys

;. e4 and well illustrated and withal then is a touch oft built,'but"ratherof whatkind; to build. The far 'number\Yi and 2 pd lin] cen thence"6gures'sbOWInthe a .by-product, it is cheaper than any have taken under' advisement -" ; '

l '. the artistic= in its make-up.' f" ".. ; men'oF Florida have seen the,"light of day" in.the of hog a 3J!1 to J JO time the per-. v other.material, and from a trial under the matter of having an' exhibit ('A
i ". 'n ,' It.deserves; commendation the' kidd of 'and centage. of gain in'popatians, at th South Florida Fair i! .'
benefit In toil
: < > as thing silo and it* are .now .largelFconcerned; ) .. heavy traffic it U thought to be quitedUrableE.tero city
tc: " "ch-erery"towB, in Florida should circulate 'in with the method of construction; -" 1- ? Eagle. and it f I. cafe to Say .thai they will v :'

y.i ; Mlle North at' this season'of the year: ";f : : :Jn regard construction onr the Florida Metropolilquotes The Suwanee Demerit. of Live .'Oak. devoted a -: +- have their county aplendidly 'reprtf.: .

'j '1' J""'<' That.the'bookiet'ivai'not, printed in Florida; 'an"experienced; farmer' the following: four page"section' last v\ek to .'the opening of die Information from Kissimmee is to rented here.' t" is,

\, '4 .I\though at least one &no'here'could do as.good or 'A' Urge number of wooden silo have been erect* new. bome'of...the Citizen'] Bank of that city.' 'from the.,effeet that the well known Gray- Osceola has derived untold benedta' r

J:' i':better,:work. U excused by thefact that,it is.a donation 4.throughout*the sots Tecently,', I,Whether,fr.not the excellent:photograph >nnt d:both the:,interior toM hotel, at Kissimmee, has chang. I from ita advertising fnndj'and, the;'* ,

,o "" :to:Winter: Park by one'of ill: eahb 'winer 'it"'i*: economy*toj;build :wooden 'uloratexpend a and exterior Live Oak" .h Id be proud. of" .its"finan- ed hands'and will be improved and 'enlarged beauty of this plait i*,that every prop \

|| resident*, who bore fte"entire coat of the job. : little lnori'oathilnfginal: ; cost And use concrete 1question del' institution. i) J j. ,; ( .. ,. :': ,': The.. Graystone U a eompara- arty owner in'tbV county ha-to bear ,

ff '', ether:!: live-Florida town .'may"'well keep their ere ./ {that haibeerf" 'raised by,William LaazTofMelbourne ..>' '' .) \.,.; 'C1 '..::..-. .Atof.. Unly'*nSw tuning and i i,has enjoyed hh ''proportion 'of,the',eoat, according' :

r .. -ter, :'Park 'and..w.tch' "her"IIDO ke.r' ''Hon. ;' Fla.* Mr. lilts advocate the'eDn.tnaoo- t- PV:B Butr.! ::i imerl,..'tr 'ejinE.; reprcseotative'ofka excellent patronage" In'the past. The to the' amt unt"of hi*i property lnt.r-'s:,

1, ...OsaieTenpla; formerly;general J,'manager lion:of concrete":'silo*" and declare'*hat the:'cott..ef ;the. .Jacksonville!Metropelit. 4>ec M 'editor. of purchaser!'1s understood to have eat.fit..the welfare 'o( the conntjvv )r* .. ;,#s '
:. r Citrus Fschaa .aad'president"of one i u from $2:to $3 ton capacity ac the the ''with .
a good per ,, > Bonaonrsme..Demdcra Mr. RiAbin*.'the for bought property the listen.tloll.o ?.O.eeola'haz"domonitrat.d! thatthe-; ;,

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FRIDAY B, ;1915.. 1 'SIS nfMEE VALLEY GAZETTE t. rAtlE"6: ,

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.! . RsTssONINcHjAPAINtING\ ; : : :, ;





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FRIDAY, OCTOBER14: / 1915 (' \ .' ,


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EVERYBODY INVITED ', ,


THE CENTRAL BUSINESS 'COLLEGE . : .


XSSE1YiD'IJIii: : : :FLORIDA



;: ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS TAUGHT



, ALSO ART MUSIC. MODERN LANGUAGES MATHEMATICS ENGLISH i;' 1.



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




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,, her twice within the distance of a sin- and happy chriitah. She was uncompromising oooooooooooo oooooo.oo..o..o.oooo.oooo..o.oo ,, t ... : ,'

SWABEY ASKS ABOUT I gle block, crumple up a piece of paper inter religious/ beliefs, '

I and drop it on the street. How CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR and insisted on Bring strictly accord- ; ; : o

FRATERNITY BUILDING many more she dropped before reach- ing to the ruled tnd requirements of NOT

I ing echool" I do not know but allow her church disc 'ine. She loved her LICENSE !

ing only two pieces to each of 500 Tho Kissimmee Gazette urges the church and del irk ted to assemble with ta

IN COMMUNICATION TO VALLEY scholars, would make 1000 pieces going leaving out editorially "of puns bor- the people of Godf After the strictest I

(JAXETTE CITIZEN WANTS" TO I to school, and 1000 going home dering on vulgarity." Good advice! of her sect, shiwas a Methodist. She l,

KNOW IF 'ITY COUNCIL AU- I would be 2000, and 2000 more for the The topic for Young People's and was always interested, active, enthu- :tAll

THOKIZKD ALTERATIONS AND I afternoon session, would be 4000 Intermediate societies next Sunday is siastic in all iplfitual and social departments State and County Licenses are due and payable October .

SAYS CITY SHOULD HAVE pieces of litter dropped by children "Be a Leader! Be a Follower." We of Atfrch work. Her spiritwas

Itril.DlNC: ; INSPECTOR. I alone in one day. Next watch the I think this means not to shirk 'responsibility a benediction and her life was : 1st. This include License for all kind of business, automobiles, \ f

f men come out of the postoffice. The when it is our duty to stand a shining eumple of her devotion. : These License r
etc. must be paid before the FIRST DAY OF
Editor Valley Gazette: end of a letter is strapped off and in a responsible place; and it also Many who w4 under her spiritual I '

Alterations are in progress on the I thrown to the wind. Next, notice the i means that we should not have the leadership will' rise up and call her : NOVEMBER. Oa that day information* will be filed against of,

Fraternity Hall, which is a building I I trash put out of some stores, so carelessly false pride of being unwilling to be blessed. Her life work was done. The : ,
is Osceols County subject License Tax who bas
one to
owned jointly by two fraternal orga- that it is blown away before : directed by others who know more Master called her .up higher. She : every pay t

nizatIOns-the Free Masons andKnijhKt the scavenger can get it. A dozen 'about how to do the work than we do. not return to.us: but by can-r not done so. There will be ao exception If in doubt a*. t. d

of I'ythia-controlled by aboard scavengers could not keep up with Once in a while comes the call to i her footstep and by trusting ih : e

of trustees. This hall is rented such slovenly ways, nor "c1eanoplaYR" "lead;" many times to be a "follower." Lord, we aa go to her. She leaves : whether you are subject to a License Tax, confer with the proper .

for civic and private offices and iealso without end. There is absolutely Mr. W. J. Glendon, president of the a husband,John M. Campbell, and one I. officers before November I st. Excuses will act be accepted after L

) occupied by fraternal orders including no necessity for a single pieceof First Christian society of Jacksonville daughter, Ruth Foster, aged 31 :

lailics' auxihaiies. paper or any sort of trash to get i is employed on the Metropolis force. years, and two step-daughters, Mary : that date. r t'P

I on the streets. A tine, of $5.00 for any 'He is one of our endeavor workers S. Hunt, tad Elizabeth Fields, both
This Imililintf! is pronounced unsafe [ i! W. B. CRAWFORD,
for occupancy by carpenters who, we I Ipresume ; !person allowing It, would either clean who can be depended upon to answer of Greensboro, N. C., and two step- 4*

are responsible judR'esaHwy I I up the town, or result in a considerable letters faithfully. sons,,C. Eaiory Campbell, of Denver, Prosecuting Altonef.o +

. have erected or worked on some | fund for some useful purpose. It I The Daytona-Halifax .Journal announced Col., and'! Howard T. Campbell, of :.
Is all very well to say "bulkhead the last week : "We invite En- Hickory,}{. C. One sister, Mrs. Annie
of the principal buildings in our city. *. ..
o.oooo.o.o.oo.oo.ooooo. ..
r lake, do it now," but the average man I deavorers young and old. This nightwe Stevens(; McPhatter, of Kissimmee,
ask whose
We by authority are ..,.,. w
these alterations being made ? Has I about town does not know how to set up the "Dixie Standard." You Fla., and.. three brothers, Emory M., -- -; I i

the building committee of (the city I bulkhead lakes, while the only thing will want to help us raise it. Come." fo Baltiljore, Md., Chas. W. of Colum- I \ .1

council authorized them ? If !'o. are I needful to have a clean town is for This invitation was by the Congrega- bia, Pi,; and Milton F., of Atlantic

the members of the city council willing I every individual man, woman and tional church, and one thing is note- City, N.j.FunerBl. ty

to guarantee the stability, of the I child to not allow a single scrap of worthy, not only young but "older- and memorial services were I The Favorite Store of Kittimmee I I

Fraternal building after the work has I any sort of trash to escape control. grown" Endeavorers'are wanted. How held .; the First M. E. church in ,

.' been accomplished ? As we have, rro Some people may say, the Bible language many other societies "set up the Dixie Hickiy, conducted by itev. Albert !;

City Building Inspector, the full re- "This is a hard saying, who i Standard" last Sunday night? How Lei and'' Stanford, her pastor, assisted '

sponsibility of issuing permits! and can bar it?" But it is really the many really know what the Standard \\JJ ,the pastors of the 'Baptist, Reformed :.,

- abiding: by the present city ordinances easiest way when the habit is acquired l I is? and Presbyterian churches, FURNITURE?
and the habit should be taught
thus showing the esteem in which she .
t' whether they he adequate for It was noticed that in the fine pro-
f; from.the kinder-gartne up. Wal aId by the church and commun- .
the requirements of a modern city or gram prepared by the State Sunday .
r' not, rests with them. On the face of E. A. HAYWOOD.oot..ooooooooototOOOOOOOOO. School assiciation and given due spacein ity i which she had resided the past -

to' 1 t this matter it looks as if a great prin- the. papers, our C. E. song "Flor- thne years. The final services were r

. ciple is involved pertaining: to the 4 ida for Christ," appeared as part of. lukf and concluded in Duncannon, Pa., -WE HAVE IT :
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
s immediate lives of our citizens, also the "grind climax." Endcavorers are W 1 home of her childhood and early .
I. O. O. F. .
the future progress of the city. 00 also Sunday school members, and of- arch relations, Oct. 2nd, 1915 in Y'
After the Fraternity Hall has o ten teachers in them. We believe in M.. First Methodist Episcopal church -"\ !tlrr4! .y

been inspected\ by a qualified and authorized o By H. E Swabey. 0 going to Sunday school year round, I?ere a memorial address was delivered it" :

i, architect appointed the 4 4 rain or shine, and every Sunday. by the pastor, Rev. W. W. Sntll "" la coaaectioB with our Hardware line we'carry a complete. ' to
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r City Council and if found unsafe and "Make your dollars get results" was,'snd' Interment was made In Evergreen fiae of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting.homes,.'tad,f.\<.'
beautiful degree was brought Cemetery in the family burial Jot beside 'handle reliable -
the trouble cannot' be remedied, it printed on a mail order envelope sen1
about through the personal influenceof
t' should be razed at once. to this parsonage home recently b her parents.
the Honorable Schuyler Colfax, af- eU *,
i. If on the other hand there can bet liquor hOUse. That is just whet n.n Bed Room \
terwards vice-president of the U. S. AKES OFF DANDRUFF Furniture Dining 't
no question that certain'alterations deavorers want to do both in mon<<1 5V
.: will make the building stable it should It was in 1850 that a resolution was l and other things "done unto tb HAIR STOPS FALLING Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
offered to the Right Worthy Grand ,
certainly be allowed to stand. There Lord." We want results, and evA
Lodge of I. O. O. F. looking towardsthe Save Your Hair! Get a 25 rent bottleof lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers c''i
' is no doubt that the City Council when they seem slow in coming, ft ,
I establishment of a "Lady's Degree Danderine right now Also '
, should act in this matter in an impar- I ter having done our best, can herd t, >
." This, resolution was referredto stop itching scalp. Couches Etc.
tial manner at once as the fair name faith that the results will surely coot- ,
a committee of whuch Schuyler i
of our city is deeply involved.We This is just what we like. The LAft-
Colfax was a member. This committee Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
uphold civic improvements- burg Commercial said that M/eVs
brought in a report adversely to hair is mute evidence of a neglected This store i y
permanent ones-therefore our city Musser after"his trip back to PenByl- raking a record for itself ia the matter el ;

, should enjoy a building ordinance protecting committing the order to the institution vania from his new home near !Ifidy scalp or dandruff-that awful scurf. helping people to outfit homes ieme anti see. Our price are ,
of such a degree. But Schuyler There is nothing so destructive to
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right
the future and present welfare Lake had kept on with his succ"ful
Colfax brought in a minority report, the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
Y of our community. Further, our city farming and had velvet bean btjbms
and by argument, skill and persuasion of its lustre, its strength and its very
. should employ a competent building 19 inches in length. Mr. Muner is
succeeded in having his minority report life eventually producing a feverjsh-/
inspector, placed under bond. president of the Lady Lake ociety ;
t Sept. 20, 1861 this TOOLS fOR : : :
adopted. aess and itching of the scalp, which ENGINEERS
': If we are in earnest in wishing to and his father was before the;(came
Female Degree was adopted by the is not remedied causes the hair roots
attract future settlers into our midst from Pennsylvania, a county president -
, Grand Lodgevof the U. S. It at q
was to shrink, loosen and die-then the
I and hold them, let us give them prop in that, the largest llta"/union N. matter what kind of an Eagiae: yea have Gas, Steam, ,
first decided that it
was only an hair falls out fast A little Danderine "
R L er protection for capital expended. I "honorary degree" and in no way a I existing. We like this way f mak- tonight.-now- time-will surelysave Railroad or Stationary Eagiae.-we have exactly the Tools. you 3
any
!t. Carry out trfe city ordinances Impar- vital and essential part of Odd Fel- ing good, whether in materia Jefforts your hair. need Ia year everyday work-Wreachet, Hammers, Oilers, ate, r
tial then if they are found burdensome Christian service. Such (ettlers all of the best sad
l ly lowship. But a few frineds of this de- or Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's quality workmanship, and at prices that will t ly

fi. to the majority of our people gree kept up the fight for full recognition are the kind,"and the only' koa Flor- Danderine from any drug store. You surprise yea. This store has the repatatiea of hsadliag esJy-

r" rescind them and enact new ones. ida needs. hardware that i* of superior quality sad wilt make ...
of the degree as an essential surely can have beautiful hair and lots yea a* -
( H. EDMUND SWABEY. part of the order and forty years Mrs. Louis E. Eigle, se' Mary of of it if you will just try a little Dan- take ia comiag here NOW sad inspecting oar big stock. \ ,
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l. +, .( ... .0.0..00.000.00... .. later, the final perfection of Rebekah the Pomona society, Ih one %_the last derine. Save your hair! Try itl! ,

\'>.: Lodges I. 0. 0.. F. was: accomplished.They to return the press departiMpt blank, 4 IM
t O "CLEAN-UP-DAYS" + their filled out and showing"th* she had When making a cream the
have now" distinct retails, sauce put
, '!,\ "0 SUFFICIENT, 'I. Words, signs, jewel and organiza undertaken to serve as a fporter for milk on to heat and rub the butter and Osceola Hardware

c A.; ,. 0.. ....... ... . . 60 ooee ....+4. tions.- AU opposition to their distinctive awake Endeavorers organisation in that of" lfK f rtheastern, wide flour together until smooth; stir this Company.
and independent existence hatp..aed
are, One of our prominent business men district I I into the boiling milk gradually and 4ttt
sway s
,, and the 'Rebekah D.sne. ,
1.4 lately returned from a tour through I the. sauce will be smooth
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considered
are as much ellowship
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.,.t.., .the North and West, says that' the asanyBother, degrees: 0 : rir

fv thing which struck him the' most:for- There are"hoar 67,000 Rabelcahs; 55 0 Mrs. Florence S, pbellMrs. O :'; + :
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In, of the'pt'aces he visited, 0 i
ibly some 4 ,
lodges having been instituted in
1914.
,
" *.t. was hot.'the' fine roads; "or the fine TJie'goldenchain: ::; .,'Of Three Links: 0000400000044 'I N'r.] ; *t $1piVi

fI '.... .buildings,'or the fine amusements', bat Frl.nd.hlp.LoYe and Truth, now. bind Florence Steve on Campbell \.0.

: 'the extreme',clean-nes TWs' remark' all Odd Fellows,, which includes. the th youngest daughter J the late Henry H i given an incentive to look t, 1

trj ', mad L deeper Impression' me1 than Rebelcahs; in one' indissoluble bond.. '' and Elizabeth 8te*nson, of Doncannon more thoroughly into plant nutrition
,
,i 'any ''of the TOthejv speeches aVthe>.re : this ) died- t !dnesday, September -
.
*: ,., At ;time "there 'ar._two.million; Pa. on "with view to utilizing '
tm "because It products at hand to the ,
cent eleap-up 'Meetings, two-hundred':!\Odd,Fellows' ;bound);'by 29th 1915 J her:, home. In very ,

r 4 ''f; was an. asset, at;once feasible, pnuefp the f Three rLinkj.; May'theyfall'.ascend Hickory, North Carflna.. '.Her"death t beat purpose. Tfho result of our efforts along this liiie'is' f .t j

; -tical: l, and' lthiqlthe'iiiHttediato\ reach; the ladder'with': '' resulted from /pIlcatlorr, di.
a
.I..: via' .*",!*of,.'.'Jii'tOn/aiUt'lt, valu.ble'hi'idoLtan'; ,is'ndeniablj, ',lii Faith;Hope)and'Charity tbreeV;that''rounds reaches, teases, after an 'ilJfss.. of js .terat Florideal F rt1l z r-E ualRe# s-LessPotas ;a. rsul 'q ;

;'"i asset;,' ; ', and ; : bVn'ln Duncaniioo,1'Pa4 'i \ '
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: ;;; ' from this:'low''baund'of""eoitrow.' to months 'She was l" ;. ,:
:>7 * eenttfnakes propert1" 'worth"' ,.niorei: ; UltimateHeavens. ; . ;" ..,7 J "" --August 1863,#>d lived thra 2Ia t' so carefully lended that where land L t profikrlj''prepared z tre will) put it Al } '.
J makes 'it'rent.better and ..11,better, -' against y .j ?.. :
fertilizer
;;; : years,:'af terwardsfrewioving' to 'Co* any mixture of same ammonia and phosphoric acid con= .'/ H

'{L'. ;;to ',ssy'nothing,6f! : Increasingthe.ttractivenessbf ; I''; :.Johnny- .What is,an, expert;;jpa't i} hunbla;.Baltimore JPort,,Deposit,;FJorf/ N 'tentregardle* of percenUff of Pot++ 'Sea for tatticttlarg = '''' .:.4 t r'"
. /1' : ;:the'! town:":'to.MsUor*. Pa-:Alfellowwho-: ?:>thers tow dli;:;Georgia:an finally. Hiokorvj; '-T- L (iv. i. I> ;
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N-r ow what'li there .Veep:,us"1'4oeo''- to do.tetatinge"aoW't_do bdaasalf.Tgiioe.t . 1 North "CaroUn.. ,wheN i; ,ahe"1 found

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; joined the life< at Episcopal church,

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+.+...... ,eItt II I e I I e'l e II II I 11.1 01010# climate, y will make Inv..t-I Humus in the soil enables its chemical plowed ground absorbs what:in many:

: ments an me permanent FIELD DAY .ENJO.Y'ED I e elements act and react grad to add: cases would be excess or Injurious

:' dents of te. tu soil fertility. \ moisture and stores it for future.and
: Notes $ 1 '
'! Society The bo; I' heard the report of AT EDGEWATER FARM Commercial fertilizer is only "dope" prolonge duse by crops .

the commi' om posed of its chairman --an artificial and temporary. stimu- Use a disk plow in breaking a field: -

i':. L. I lant.. Even commercial fertilizer needs if to get one. No other
g (Mattle Belle Harris, Editor. y, J. W. Prentis, secretary from possible
of ard of trade 'of KIs- (Continued page 1) humus in the soil; its efficiency is plow i I. as good for this' work. ,;_It;

r Iteq.eat U 'nade to all patron of At Valley Gazette to tend Item simmer an E. Naugle, editor of and Logarf. greatly increased by' humus. The breaks or pulverizes the 80il, 'and It'

the Valley te, which was named. The St. Cloud Fruit and Truck 'effect of commercial. fertilizer is not bring to the surface only -small

>41""< ; .1\ ili, to lie Editor for publkation in these columns to revise t th posed booklet to ad- Growers' Association was represented as great nor as enduring in soil whereit plowing; and the* subsoil 'brought"up
'
vert"i "> the' has to work alone -or without humus distributed with soil and tome
J . _ . . . . . . . _ Their report was : by H. W. Illman (president), GeorgeW. is top ;
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. - , .. .. . II II II .. . .T w..w.. ITTIJuet Milmutli-d Uw.th( specifications : James (secretary), C. W. Mors-' to aid it.l3eggarweed. of the top soil is let down into and

PHILATHEA CLASS (| what anniversary it was he refuses -t I fur the. hook! d the board author- man, W. Phipps, 'W. II. Tuttle, and Is one of the most effective mixed with the subsoil. ,

t ' r Miss Mildred Lee will entertain the 'i to divulge, but it's safe to say |i/.cii lo nd\e,I for bids. In order John A. Nelson. I Ipgumes than can be grown in Cultivate often-after every rain? '

of than and! l II". : (In rii'-ii tin- I\ Florida, wherein it wild. In its if Almost human being
members of the Philathea class the j jit was more twenty-one s ,nd have the booklet Members present' from the Kissimmee grows 'I possible. any '.'
'' Methodist church tonight at her home than sixty. After I the show Knd.iv, t,"".,'I l u ii lui' next few weeks, association were S. T. Fansler I cultivated state it contains more protein | after staying in a closed or nonventl-,

: on Hughey street. !'I evening he was given a suiprisi-, party ( hlllllllllll' I 1', as authorized to (president), M.. I D. Alexander (vice than does any other lelume-3 lated room two Or three hours or even

nli/, i "o |I on the stage by :Mrs. Ilain, lell aid rerelM' IniK. U ward the contract president), W. J. Fripp (secretary- I per cent more than even alfalfa con- less, seeks to get out for fresh orb .

SCHUCKWHIDDENMiss I Mr. and! Mrs 11 any llama' \t tlaches .after, ,Iv+ ,,,'e otice to printing tains. I purer" uir. Plant roots do the same. >I
treasurer), ., O. Stephenson, E. O. '
4, t Bessie Whidden and Mr. Lewis of the I theater and! a few invited >"i "''t'',,I II'- II I ned to make thiq i ; Farm Soil Should Be Deeply, Plowed.! ''If a crust is foimed! on the soil's sur-
Morton, J. H. Niswonger, Theodore
)n Schuck were married last Friday in friends gathered on the --tags hook.I ad" i i 111 Osceola county j Numberless formers and experimenters fuw by ruin or. from other causes,
Elkins, Clark Howell, County Demon- I
Orlando. Mrs. Schuck is the accomplished l where a splendid! 1 I luncheon tads serv one' of I II" ne,1( blirations of they have demonstrated l that deep. a plant's roots are more or less smoth-
strator B. E. Evans, W. S. Schuck J.
tr Y ,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.I ed. "\\ad l," as he i.s called! lii-rlaieil Kind e\et put'.. ea > any Florida M. Wir.stanley'Oscar Schmidt, E., B. plowing brings better crops. Never i i creel because of lack of air; sometimes -

,M. Whidden and has been teaching he enjoyed the event immensely. After county. Hid- \\1 asked for 10,000 D. j mind if it is in Florida sand-plow : completely so; and the plant is "
Morrey, P. Beisner, J. A. Hewins,
} school, at Orange Center. luncheon the party went to I the copies and 1 for Tonal ten thou- W. Douglas, E. B. Clarke, and H. E. or otherwise deeply stir the ground. i stunted, or dies, or its roots force ,.;

v Palace Drug store for ice cream. sanii lots. I I Swabey. I Usually it is not advisable to plow (I themselves to I the surface and are ,j
MOTHERS' CLUB MEETING
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I The board. also too deeply at first; but put in the plow baked. A crusted soil\ affects a plant's .
a 16 The Mothers' and Teachers' Literal'J' MRS. WOOI>ALL ENTERTAINS nged for space The occasion was a field-day excur- )
ineh
the Tampa Tr { a little deeper (not more than an roots as a room with closed doors and :
1 and Social club will hold theirY' in year book, sion of members of the Osceola Coun-
",. Mrs. Tom Woodall pleasantly entertained through (ClaudeP' deeper) at each plowing; but, also, in I windows affects a human being. -j|
monthly social meeting at the Chapter hnson, of this ty Fruit and Truck Growers' Association -
t' the Priscilla
Embroidery city, who is in ch each plowing, put a subsoiler in the A crust on any soil acts as a conductor '
',/, ; House Friday, Oct. 15, 3:30: p. m. Circle Saturday afternoon, with the this of that publication who had chartered the Lillie for furrow, and following the plow, and i or evaporator of moisture, and J

-r + h If / This is the first meeting since the following guests present: J. J. Wood- the honor of year la county has a trip of inspection to the Edgewater thus loosen the subsoil. I I thru it the sun's rays 'more readily /i';;

rvt' '. summer vacation and all members are 'all, Mrs. Morrow, Mrs. Redwood, Mrs.S. being first county in Farms Company's 900-acre tract on I Fields should be plowed or sub- draw moisture from soil. Breaking ::
the state to contract I
lr urged to be present. A. Souders Mrs. : space in this the west shore of Lake Tohopekaligaand '
J. Over treet foiled 'at
: Mr. to a depth of least 16 or 18 this crust therefore conserves moisture -
:'IJIII'", ._L-4 book. Johnson, I.prepare the 9 10 miles south of Kissimmee.
( Mrs. H. M. Bratton Mrs. or '
"' 8 GCJnCLE I I Chatman, write-up for the co in this book I inches. Some farmers stir the ground:! for plant use. *.
Mr.s C.: Woodall, Miss Susan Bell, and The party spent several hours going two feet deep. Yes-in Florida. A Investigate as to how the roots of
One of the get 1
I circle afternoons most occurred pleasant at Mrs.sewing J. Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Mrs. J. Griffin, in the county.photographll'ypical This) scenesguarantees about the large farm, viewing the I subsoiling implement can be obtained sugarcane will act, for instance, if a '

Mrs. R. Waring, Mrs. J. Beaman, Mat- results of scientific farming with the which is attachable to any plow; but crust i is allowed to form above them
L circulation of
Orel-street's last The a 30,004 in addition I
? + .I Saturday. tie Belle Woodall, Miss Myrtle Collier, use of modern machinery for every"department "the. humble and ancient "bulltongue"plow and remain any length of time.A .
will
500 be I
tat largo porch was well filled and somereally copies m to
( Miss Gladys Casler, Mrs. H. M. Pfann. persons of the work. During the (also termed "shovel" and crust on any soil acts as a conductor
t list furnished b
f beautiful work on a
fancy was ex ; county.
hibited. Dainty refreshments of cake and day they also saw a demonstration |"scooter") is very efficient as a sub- or evaporator of moisture;
Dainty refreshments
were punch were surved. The next meet- of plowing with a reversible disk'I soiler. Use one of narrow width. thru it the sun's rays more readily
ocrvd and a jolly good time was enjoyed ing of the club will be at the home of plow. I I I draw
by all.MISSION. COMMITTEE NtyED In one careful test made of the rel- moisture from soil. Breakingthis
Mrs. H. M.
Pfann.
;t One particularly pleasing event of ative merits of shallow and deep crust therefore conserves moisture -

i STUDY CLASS TALENT* *TEA TO DEVISE PLANS I the day was the speech of Mr. Mc- :(j plowing, two stalks of corn were! for use of plants.

_;r -' Miss Cecelia Overstreet entertainedthe About Quarrie, which was listened to by the grown in the .ame pa tch of ground, Cultivate Shallow in Florida.

members of the Mission Study Talent seventy-five Tea ladies enjoyedthe -- -a' party with marked attention. I l'being only several yards apart. They An inch deep is enough. Deep cultivation -

Class of the Senior League Monday given by Mrs. Wade last Friday Tucker afternoon and Mrs. i (Continued from 1) Mr. McQuarrie said in part: I j li received exactly the same amount of ''I wastes moisture and disturbs

,1 evening at her home on Mabbette lie had lived and worked thruout fertilizer, the same cultivation, and ( plant roots usually in usually more or
t Lane Paulk at the Tucker I
home I
} .' street After the lesson delicious refreshments Emmett on' The question was brought) by Senator twenty years In Florida as a farmer. the same quantity of rainfall, etc., less injures plant roots.
street. The "Talented" pro- A. E. Donegan and lA\ M. Leeas In that time he had reared five chil- I
r of punch and cake were I but--one stalk was grown in shallow- "Laying by" crops is a back number -
f aerved. Those present were Misses gram was as follows: a part of the "clean-uf Vampaign dren. He had supported his family, ]ployed ground, and the other stalk j I i io>a. A crop never should CM!
Song, Miss Ella May Gilbert, accompanied now in progress in the cit.l Both of had given a college education to each I( "Irif "
Nina Bratton, Ouida Malloy, Ruth was grown in deep-plowed !( ty. Cultivate it as long as cultivation -
Clark, Cecelia Overstreet, Elon Guice. by Miss Alma Griffi n. these gentlemen spoke on'fti subject of his children, and had laid by mon- ( Then, at maturity, the dirt 'round.j will keep down rr.s-t, or c.'n-
Recitation, Janette Graves. and urged the council to taU action. ey-all by his farming in Florida moisture
a a fully washed away from each stalk serve or supply air to Its
? COUNTRY CLUB DANCE Song, Miss Alma Griffin. After considerable argHent in Therefore it was as a practical or'' so as to preserve the roots intact, and roots. cultivate until the crop matures -

:, The fortnightly dances of the Kisaimmee Recitation, Lois Overstreet. which various ordinances Vwe discussed scientific farmer that he spoke, and these roots were measured-laid end I -if in any way cultivation will

,J Golf and Country Club will Recitation, Miss Lawler. an a means of forcin| ie rail- not as a "theoretical farmer." to end. The aggregate length of the benefit it. Corn, for instance. Many

be resumed for the winter season under Violin solo. Miss Helen Jones, accompanied road company to act, it wailecided It is common to find old-fashioned roots of the cornstalk grown in deep- misinformed farmers "1./ b) a coin .

the direction of the ladies' committee by Miss Helen Bass. to leave the matter to the'ttnitary farmers who are antagonistic to and ; plowed soil was 2,640 yards-one and crop when It begins to tassel ; w>-"-e-

of the club. The first of these Song, Miss Robinson. committee of the council, Ci,. \.ttor- sneer at "scientific farming;" they one-half mile_ The aggregate length as that i is when the crop !'ma'!:! nee<,'s

I dances will be held tonight. Hereafter :Recitation, Virginia Lesley. ney O'Bryan and a citizens c* ittee imagine that it is merely a fad. 'of the roots of the cornstalk grown in most attention or working; I'o n"t

( ', Ai *. they will take place at the Coun- After the program was over each composed of Messrs. C. A. C; n, A. Whereas SCIENTIFIC farming is shallow-plowed soil was only 300 stop corn's cultivation until its ear

t try Club on the second and fourth lady was given a little: booklet with E. Donegan, John M. Lee, E. Lesley nothing but PRACTICAL farming. yards-leu than one-eighth of a mile. silk wilts or shrivels. It pays to cul-
25 "mottoes" of advertisements and W. J. Sears. This co: 'ttee "Science" and "scientific" in industry f
-k Friday nights of each month. that any The deep-plowed plant had nearly tivate until crop maturity.

.Arrangements have been made with appear in all the magazines. After will take the matter up with t.' -ail- simply are and mean nothing nine times as much root growth as More attention should i.e ( '"tn to

.J Floyd Tison to run an automobile the time was up for guessing Mrs. road authorities and if the coMany else than using money-saving and laborsaving did the shallow-plowed plant. oat, rye and barley crops. A Oadsden

*, !e, bus for those who have no. other I Tucker read the answers and Mrs. J. will not act in compliance with ia request methods and getting larger Uninformed farmers assert that county farmer grows 90 bushels of

means of transportation. The bus will L. Thornton had guessed all and was the committee will then punre returns in quality and quantity. deep plowing causes excessive and un- oat per acre; nor does h" t.o it on

)j leave the Palace Drug Store at eight asked to pour the coffee, and Mrs. to draw an ordinance to force tilt e- To be a SCIENTIFIC farmer is to necessary waste or leaching of fertilizer only one, two, or five acre, but on a

I T .ay a -o'clock each evening when the dances Pfann didn't guess many so was ask- moval of the stockpens. II+ be merely a PRACTICAL f armer. ; that much fertilizer goes too 61 acre field-all in oats. Crops like

.f ,1 iare to be held. ed to take the collection. The railroad company has a sit r It>has been a long and up-hill task far into the irrownd. and i is not used 'that pay.

. Dainty refreshments were served in stock pens, purchased some time' o to induce farmers to accept and adopt by the plant, and is carried-away in Scientific (practical ) appliancesand

HARTZELL SURPRISED the dining room consisting of sandwiches and located alongside the tracks t scientific or practical farming ideas subsurface drainage. Not so. methods are needed as much in

i'' J.H. Hartcell, manager of the-Dixie doughnuts, pie with cheese, east of the Orlado road and not and methods. They were slow to believe In the first place, leaching of fertilizers the farm home as they are in the farm

v i. theater, had a birthday last Friday. and coffee. from the new home of Mr. Lest I that in burning weeds, cdrn- is a sort of bugaboo-more field. Few men realize how much

t iff1 .... --- .... . .. . . .-.---- ----- - north of the city. I btalks, etc., they were burning ferti- imaginary than real. Excepting nitrogen needless .labor and walking women do . ,

At the meeting Monday night boll lizer. They were slower still to ac- and ammonia, fertilizers put in their hou.ework-much of which (

: .6 R. RAMSAY IS along He suggested the road.the of use of some of these Mayor May and Chairman Thumpsoi,'cept the fact that cowpeas,. beggar-into i soil leach very little; their leach- could be obviated by the introduction '1(

: the county and especially of the street committee, reported progress -|weed, beans, and other leguminous Ing I is not enough of a factor to be of of simpler methods and appliances '.

!g4. 1i: APPOINTED TO POST the filed Orlando road. His proposition in the matter of cleaning up thi e' plants draw fertilizer out of the air any improtance in agriculture; and about the kitchen, the yard, and other ..

was as information. city, cutt ing weeds, etc. nd store it in the soil. Now, hower nitrogen and ammonia will leach with parts of the home. See that there is
4' ,
r [ the farmer who does not accept any sort of plowing. Other fertilizing no carrying of water and that the
HENRY M'LAUGHLIN The matter of the claim of Missou
DEAD n
(Continued from
zs
Page One.) ese facts (as to weeds and
legumes'an elements all
Bronson for nearly remain in the soil women are saved time and labor in
Henry damages the result f
McLaughlin as
an aged Con- o
t3 ( This action of the; commissioners fall the [ object of pity or ridicule. -aside from what is drawn out by performing their household work.
federate a sidewalk
veteran, who was wellknownto upon on Broadwa
h i was taken on advice of Chairman Lesley in several months n northwestern Florida I (Mc- plants. Money and time can be saved by
people Kissimmee was agai
many and Os- ago
.-' who stated that he would rather ceola county died Wednesday at his brought up and while the council felt rrie) know a farmer who is not In the second place, plant roots will having things arranged convenientlyat
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P! ( the work could be handled by some home in Lakeland. His body that the city was not liable it was de t\4 ultra-mossback he once was. Some go down and get fertilizer that is stir- barnes, outhouses etc.

r,c' { / local man, but that for the best Interests here wasbroul'ht cided to allow her $15 rather than y s ago I was looking at and die red into the subsoil by deep plowingif Dr. Logan'. DiscourseDr.
on Thursday and the go
+ e of the county he felt that a burial took place at the Shingle Creek, into court. cu 'ng with him his corn field. I the ground is loose enough to give A. H. ogan's discourse (on livestock

; rj man of experience such as. Mr. Ram- ea could see he was losing money the roots a chance to do no. Remem ) was delivered on the forward
cemetery.Mr. The council voted to raise the
thr
say should be employed. salary Antiquated corn-raising methods, ber the cornstalk having 2,640 yardsof deck of the steamboat while the party
) McLaughlin had lived of A. E. Coleman, night policeman butl
for many inquired as to how he
$ "Every county in Florida, said Mr. grew corn. roots. was returning to Kisimmee. Hogs
1;j Lesley, "has the reputation of having years in Qsceola county and was one $5 per month, beginning with the He Mid me. The most Important consideration were the main topic of his remarks.

cu squandered the first money it spent of the pioneers here, being 76 years present month. T I frankly told him that his in behalf of deep plowing, however, is The most interesting assertion (it

-& for hard-surfaced roads. We want to of age. He leaves two daughters and corn&icing methods were wrong and moisture. Solor\ subsoil\ loosened was almost sensational) made by Dr.

,5 *"* escape this reputation in Osceola three sons, besides many other rela TONY TOMMIE NEW that was losing money. I e"Xplain- deeply absorbs more moisture, and Logan was to the effect that the\ Flor-

-4, County and for that reason, I believe tives. The daughters are: Mrs. J. L. ed h too. He tried to wither me therefore retains it longer, .than it ida "razorback" hog is the best to I

we should have a man of experience Thompson, of Lakeland; Mrs. R. K. CHIEF OF : with rnful looks and contemptuouswords does when packed. Florida has con- raise-for bacon.A .
i Graham, of Lakeland; and the sons, SEMINOLES nd finally he concluded his in- siderable rainfall but
L i, to see that we get all that we pay this is easily synopsis of Dr. Logan's talk will
z"t F for. Walter, of Tampa; J, E., of Estero dig-nantlremarks. by saying: evaporated by its sunshine and con- be published in next week's issue of

d and Emmett, of Okeechobee.. Mr. and Fort Laudrdale.-The "Do M>U mean to tell me that you tinuously warm temperature. Deeply the Valley Gazette. 'f
1 The resolution included Seminole Indians
,r a provision Mrs. -
J. L.
Thompson and Mr. and are trAg to tell how to
me
t" that all orders to the engineer from : have been dancing in the pinewoods grow
Mrs. R. K. Graham, of Lakeland, accompanied corn-tlat I do not know how to do N
1 the board should come through Chairman just west of the city limits for -
the body here for burial. it? M *who have been growing
1 r' Lesley. This provision was made Mr. several nights and large crowds of
'S and Mrs. Walter and
McLaughlin 45
corn You other
nor no man
because of the fact that he lives directly Mr. and Mrs. J. E. people have bene attracted to their
4 McLaughlin and can tell e how to "
grow corn.
on the road and will be in close two children also here camps nightly. The object of their I I
were to attend askeJ
him how bushels
,; _+ touch with the work at all times. the funeral. dancing they do not seem inclined to many per LL Climates Look Alike ,'P
he
Considerable other road matters divulge, but it is rumored that it is i in acre beery raising. He replied: to. ThIs Famous Watch '-1-
"Unu.times .
i about
& ten bushels
e' Came before the board also F. M. celebration of the election of Tony; } some- 1

'4 !:dris. who lives in the homestead COUNTY TO BE Tommie as chief of the tribe. good luck as.|] ugh nd sometimes as 15, when only I have 5 .,.-, ..cuien.6! ."to a3 .tch.w.s-.,you.....i cq<
(,, Country, near Lokosee; appeared be- Led by Tom Tiger, this Indians join 6." or 'J ....ski. a..d E1cia slce ,earl ba k .

+" fore1))tie ,board and .asked that some ADVERTED U S. hands and dance, or march, arounda I Told h I -dlairWuIaete.. N tIM,,add_d.p" t f IA" "'
' L ) workmen the : i would guarantee to a.a.e. --- ; ,, '
roads fire .
in that section be camp slnginetheir native songs grow at I t 80 bushels per acre .$k. Aada'.ani(; a1J i: ., ,
sl+iM1 done M .soon as possible, especially on I' and stopping frequently for refreshments ,r Theminnafpatch gardeN
D < fhi'rood traveled by the school wagon (Continued.from
tk e '} ,in/transporting. the children to and names will be, furnished fey boards omie."_ The songs are weird and i in boys underars e directions,by J his eventually two ,. "pans-' .b Ita pooud of oa My' eaaa.a t M1( 'f ,

'front schooL Capt. R. L. Farmer.who trade, thetaUm.d.r:l business'"-m.1I. the, 'shadows.' ;;of-< she,} camp 'fire?;the Induced film to: consent ''toj' this! : i "

1.,' In charge of the convict road gang, real estate .dealers, or anycitizen'' of figures: of the dancing:.\ndians,.dressed arrangement "' ? L.dr4)) :0i :-:

H. ;-Vas Instructed!] to,visit this community the county,;:who'may" know of ona.who 'In their queer costumes, with:'feaere'In f'by, Op'ori. flat he .boys and" \'aTe"62" '. .'

and sos what could be done in the way is')'interested,Tin-"this '':sectlon4of'the,' : their. hate,; presents,'a/,savage bushels per on"th.Othe, field i '

+. + of ,repairs.':'!It being stated ,.that/the state:' Osceola'county,wait; th.'pioneer picture.-, 7h men -do'-the 'singing; |we grew 85 b IheTs; :' : vrElgiriw' :
acre .
per ,
,
*'t v :rotidMfuod.wai'Iow'and: only tampon county"of the state in th..aort of pub while 'tb'Vwomen': wear. about their That is onlj >ne of. lumerou.'slm- _

arf.could be.done with the money licity and, now;:anyfntimbeefphek:; ankles 'little'tia. ::e&n.w1th'abot'J ,L ,in Ibar'} experience] In ''myt""workr'with, ,.,

ho",' on 'hand s counties.have t k.J".Im1 :action.: them and,with.-which they.keep perfect ' ida'. depar ent, ii.deiatifto'or ')

f, ,./' ,,\ ;h Cap tain(,Farmer,submitted' a.pmpo.ltioa ',> Many, of ;the moat' substantial 'eltiI'ot.th.eO .Ura ':wlth-th, .;'Bu>glinr.tf.. \ljfThe" \ ; Improved .agricu! nr.; . J. ;, .'V -
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,7" ; ,
:to ,tho board that If It',would : ; ,- y were. at; J . .. I easier
.!) ..., j. { ;Iii *. to dce iT* or young
rt r ; -. '.pay his gas,oil,and tire bills he ;would tracted!: to : this ;:section; through 'receiving 'NOTJCB: : -' ; mon to,adopt imfcoved i methods than

.",'.''\". :;knaW.all. .necessary; trip lo..e&l'l'J"lftc. copiesolf the papers'and,''resid I En terprUlng'. Special tyCoi! are 1''. Js 'to (Indues stare, or''oldmen..

prisoners I to ih.eamp.. and other work ing them until **...Interest'.was created In' position N to. sell'readers, \of this The latter: ,foci '4b.oom.'liet: .In
4'. :'for.tho county'' without charge Ufaproposition and.they'cams down !-from ; '.the : "' ;
: ; I I the. papef bestv!. granulated sugar:' at Jheir. Ideas':and ;; fr.'Yo.ng.miridii'

.. C'4 :;was'" ''-unanlmoaal.accept..1:; North to M* /whaLFlotlda -was'Iike., 8cponn'and'aU I other groceriesat are much,more,, pttvrl, .I""* ; 5 e -

[% ;. : Getting PeoPle coma on an Invast : w.holea, ].;prlces., .Just: 'lend'namrroaostal'to 'your C ,Farm'.tolls -nbnprmfdu [bf'f conserved "and

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.:FBIDAhY. ;", ,OCTOBER, 8. 1915. 4o"' 1 :\ .' I' .' "I'J'
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USSIMItEE VALLETT.l.pbe..I4a. "T 7" (
( 11.)CA1ETT1, . : brother John f.. .May, 'Jacksonville;, a B.' E...Evan,; 'county farm, demon 1' Home."' Sunday 'afternoon the 'children '
of
Maor'H.lIa1", ,was In strator is MRS. GRIFjfJ:'l J. HAVE YOU PAID 'YOUR will, hold '
the city several attending; the. Citrus,Seminar ,'JULIA and" Jft ,B .,.;yrTU.; $r
Published days this =
Every Friday By week on at Gainesville;, this week. their ..meetings. At 7:30 at night the '
V. a.; .....* H. 4s. AUKBW business. Mr. May. connected r .
TANS with
V ._. . Miss ,I COUNTY LICENEEE pastor wilt pre ch''on "Where every'body
the Magma Tiller AlNEW.
Missouri! who DIES SflA
: State .Life l : .Insurance spent the Is".going,"" ''After, the morning a+
.... o o'- company.; summer visiting her niece Miss Virginia '' '
,
.
''OOt ..nlce'th. Lord's.supper will' be:observed. *..,. '
Leroy Alexander, in New York city; "t. i.1"J'.1 IF YOU ,DONT"PAY'' ,. BEFORE .
Lesley MOTHER o
son of W:. ,
County Commissioner and Long Island i
has >
returned. KIssimmee : NOVEMBER 1ST.,YOU'DBmER k ,
.
the-LocatField. E. L. Lesleyreturned; home for the C. GRIFFIN. OF 1 TY. '
this week from Porter Military Acad winter. PASSES AWAY AFT1 NG, LOOK OUT OR TIIR PltOSECUT.' :PAINT NOW' '

emy 'at Charleston Does your piano need ILLNESS ICES OR WILL GET' 'YOU .AND HE 1
S. C., to have hi.ey'e. tuning or repairing -FUNERA|
*< treated. He expects to return If it does telephone your AND BURIAL TAK13 1N SAYS NO EXCUSES WILL' BE \ ** 1 i

...o..t..t..o.o..t to school in a few days. order to the Seminole Drug Store, in KISSiMMEE. ACCEPTED.Have If your 'property needs itj v, don't. r .
\ .. St. Cloud and I will attend ": ,Ij' J
to your wait. .
'.ti Weather Report | Miss Anne Carson, canning club | wants 1n a workmanlike manner, every Mrs. Julia E. Qrifflnjf, wid- you paid your state and county -1 There. are. two parts of a' Job 'the'y

agent for Osceola county will go to Tuesday and Wednesday. E. D. ow of the late L. J. Grit Tues- licenses? I paint and the work; the,work Is'more ,

Gainesville next week to attend a Shreve, the piano tuner. 41-tf day morning at 1 o'cl|r homeIn If you haven't, you'd better get j than the paint. c' .. 4

Following are daily tempera- !meeting of all the canning club agentsof High school New Smyrna, after Iness. busy with the tax collector right ; The cost of 'paint is about two-

turee and precipitations as re- the state to be held there on October in the students arc busily engaged Funeral services w in New away, because, if they're not paid byNovember' I fifths; the work. three-fifths.: ,
ported by Government preparation of the "
stationat 12, 13 and
14. copy
at Kissimmee for the week end- /" for the first issue of the high school Smyrna Tuesday r._ at 10 { hat, the county prosecutorwill Paint wont come-down in a hurry;

Ing October 7: Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter and baby paper-The .Utolakeun--and othersare o'clock and the body fugM to get you sure. too-many. Jobs put-off. \, f

Max. Min. Rain who have been visiting in Schnectady, seeking subscriptions from KlsBimmee for Intern ort services He has just issued a statement Men are waiting for $2 or $3;. they

Friday __ ____ 92 78 .09 N. Y., returned to their home here friends of the Reboot This publica-among were held at thf of C. W. which reads as follows, and apparently don't know It; they think 'they are ", r l

Saturday __ __ 92 74 .23 I on'Monday. They were met in Jacksonville tion is a good thing for the school and Griffin and at the Rosehillcemetery he means what he says: waiting for $20 or $25. I

1 Sunday _. .. 92 73 1.75' by Mr. Burckhalter, who accompanied the citizens generally should lend I the Rev. y, of Orfriends- All state and county licenses are I Why don't men use their heads? II '

Monday __ __ 91 73 .6 them to Kissimmee.Mr. their aid to its success. lando, officiating. HL i due and payable October lat. This DEYOE .I: M

Tuesday __ __ 92 75 .17 Dr. ,of the family paid it respects' includes Licenses for all kinds of I W. B. Makinson &; Co. sells It. l'

Wednesday __ 91 74 .27 and Mrs. A. Cotterman and the W. B. Witherspoon pastor of | to the memory of eased hereof I business, automobiles, etc. These LIcenses -

Thursday _.__ 92 76 .00 baby returned on Tuesday from Kokoino / Presbyterian church, returned | and the floral offe ere exceptionally must be paid before the let ".
) Ind. where, they yesterday afternoon from Hot
the
spent summer beautiful a/use-/
rI
day of November. On that day Infor-
Springs, Arkansas I
.nd will remain in where he attended
.... Kissim/nre Id by eight
.00.0.00000000000.000 a church Mrs. Griffin fs mations: will be filed against very one

,,j Fire insurance taxes until next summer. Their many: will fill efficiency convention, and children, namely: W., J. J. in Osceola County subject to pay Li j g
.Id. See
A. his
friends
p will be glad to hear pulpit Sunday at the usual I
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. SOtf return. of their hours. He visited also on the trip I and J. C., of Kiss S. S. Griffin I cense Tax who has not done so. There H. W.

H. G. Seiver left Wednesday evening Birmingham and Huntsville Alabama of Orlando; C.W_A._Griffin will! be no exceptions. If in doubt as a"t.r

for a business trip to Tennessee. Rev. Smith Hardin. DreBidinn- ..M..-J I and Nashville, Tennessee.Mr. of New 11. M. Nolle, to whether you are subject to a License .

of the Orlando district, h id"th'; of Titusville anktin Sheen Tax, confer with the proper Optometrist( "

Miss Rose McKiniie, of St. Cloud, fourth quarterly conference at the and Mrs. E. C. .Lewis and of West smyrf:11 of the children |- officer: before November let, Ex '

spent Saturday in the city.S. Methodist church last Sunday afternoon daughter Miss Alice, were guests of were the funeral cuses will not be. excepted after that Makes. a specialty of those cases of 'I ;-t

and preached a strong sermonat Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coehrane, for the with the Mrs. Nolle, date. poor vision that have never been ,i i

G. Ragsdale made a business trip the evening service weed-end. The Lewis' left Elgin, 111., who was preven m coming by W. B. CRAWFORD, properly fitted. He takes a special :. "

to Orlando Wednesday. The Rev. S. W. in their car on Sept.: 2nd and made the \illness. Four sitf1"1 one brother Prosecuting Attorney. interest in THOSE DIFFICULT I :
Lawler, pastor of trip to Oyona in two weeks. **', being Mrs. ;:
Express Agent Bailey made a business the Methodist church The last also survive the r CASES THAT HAVE BAFFLED L ' t
trip to Lakeland on Wednesday.Joe at Dr. McCuen's was operatedon night! was spent in Ocala where the J. S. Sunday, of/Castle; Mrs. D- BAPTIST CHURCH THE SKILL of the ordinary optician. ;:..
hospital in Or- '
proprietor of the hotel told them that J. Bell and Mrs.M of New Smyrna 4 ;
lando on Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. N. C. His prices are extremely reasonable ,
Tuesday for
Tuck has returned from an ex- is reported appendicitis. He the night before he had entertained ; Mrs. Fran on, of Palatka, Bryan, superintendent. for the service he renders. ;;.;/:.

tended visit to his son at Savannah, withstood the as resting easily, 'having fifteen car loads from the North.A and John Carpe f Colquit, Ga. Church services begin at 11 a. m. Office at .t. ,'
operation nicely. .
Ga. special from Apopka to the Tam- I The pastor will preach on "God in our NO. S DARLINGTON AVENUE 1. ,

Work pants that you pay 98e and Mr. and Mre. Charles Feathers his pa Times says: "A D. Gilbert of Kis- CARDHANKS -i i\1;\ ."",
mother and sister, Miss Elsie, of St. simm_ t- --
'1 $1.00 for at other places I sell a't has closed a deal here for a sl
: I Cloud, motored to Kissimmee last Saturday building lot and has The sons ant>>ters of the late c
85c. F. H. Lawson. completed arrangements to
and Mrs. Julia Gri81 expressthrough
accompanied by Miss Em-
to establish >
.4a B. F. Massey, Jr., of Fort Mill I ma Backofen motored:! to Daytona tory and will begin the manufactureof a cigar fac- the V Gazette their .
heartfelt appiJn of the many I l
Beach where
S. C., was here this week on a brief they remained over Sun- cigars just as noon as permit can
friends in their
day. kindnesses odr -
i, visit to the family of J. W. Miller. be secured from the government for ,- '
wish especially to
bereavement.. .
|
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. of the cigar plant." When
Bout Kansas seen Mr. Gil-
J Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Mrs. Nellie Ro- thank those jsent such beautiful v
gero and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer motoredto City, arrived Monday to spend the bert stated that it was not his intention floral tokens j"6'1"" esteem. TAYLOR1SICLOSING: OUT SALE y 1
I winter in Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. to move his factory from Kis
Orlando
3 Tuesday afternoon.
Bost are regular winter visitors to simmee to Apopka but that he intended WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THU "

t I am selling the best work shirts in Kissimmee and are being welcomed by to locate a branch there.A. WADE PR GIVED SPACE NEXT WEEK Mf k P,

't both dark and light blue chambray, their many friends here. J. McDononugh, secretary of the

at 45c. F. H. Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Viek, of Orlando, Kissimmee Lodge, No. 1485, Loyal Order BAN T-TO CLASS WA TCH FORIPRICES .' l' ;

.; Randolph Young and Julisn Monts- C. A. Heidt, of Tampa; Mr* and Mrs. of Moose, has sent out invitationsto f- ...
S. Ross, of New members to attend a smoker to be TAYLOR'S '
Smyrna and Mr.
and most representative
, t ,, doca, of Whittier were visitors in the held at the Moose One of''
Mrs. W. A. Carter of home formerly the THK QUALITY GKOCff
city on Tuesday. Orlando, were gathering t>ronl'nent' men held in '*M
Lesley residence
among those from out-of-town, who on Broadway next Kissimm 'many months was that

Miss Excel! Brown, of Webster, came to attend the funeral of the late Tuesday evening, October 12th. Each which agJ ed at the Country Club .

Fla., is here the guest of her sister, Mrs. Julia Griffin on Wednesday.C. member will be allowed' to bring one last nigh response to the Invita- t

Mrs. A. S. Drawdy. H. Armstrong, chief engineer of or more friends. The letter to the tion of Tucker. The men 0 0l

the South Florida & Gulf 1 members also bears the informationthat of the Men's Bible
railway, were m lade l
When buy bread ask I the furniture
you your gro- new for the club
now being built from Kenansville to class at the Methodist /
cer to sell you "Butter Nut," made by I rooms has been shipped from Jackson 0 -- --- I :
Hunterland, near Bassenger, was here Sunday ' 'last Sunday as a partof
Reed's Bakery. 42-2t I Tenn. and / . . .. .. ...
Thursday will probably arive School 00000..000..0.0.0..0.. .... . .. . . .
en route to Rochester, I loon. theO Sunday Day" 1.! 1 I ,

You should bear in mind that I am Minn., where he goes to visit his family ,campaiMrTucker gave the banquet H. M.BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY .3 .1.14l

giving cut prices on all mdie. F. H. i for several weeks. Local members of the trap shooting lior: of the forming of the ... r I er

La"'son. There will _be an important meetIng fraternity and especially the members class, f huh Rev. S. W. Lawler is

of the American Woman's League of the Kissimmee Gun Club object to teachepuch a f body of men augurs , I

Green F. Cannon, of Jacksonville, Monday afternoon at 8:30 o'clock at the claims of the J'acksonville'club well rfne cause of .the Sunday FLORIDA uT .. CMJUMOTM."/. ..fes> JM.n .i 'j '
was in the'city Monday representing the clubhouse. All members that it has the champion woman shot school they are fully capable to It.ul Du..tI TI,.. Amr Oik S,.,. Im ,*. !/.<.. A ;''v'l.BREAKER .11'.I'J f ,
')J 't.:, t. the Baker lIolme. are urg- I ''S <'H:!: JJ, ,
i ti - company. ed to ''attend.-Elizabeth Aultman, of the state. This claim was recently accojjh. anything they go after. 1 I M4' '

\\i "Butter Nut" Bread is different.. secretary. . '' made in the Jacksonville papers. The A ber of addresses were 'made

Kissimmee club claims that the Jack- members of the class duringthe '
4 Ask your grocer for a loaf. It's madeat Mrs. Ernest L. Green was by & BARCLAY '
Reed's 42-2t oper- sonville claimants are in error because f Wing and earnest work was "
Bakery. ated on at Dr. McCuen's hospital in
of the fact that Miss Ruby Ellis *d. The class was organized 1.

Mrs. J. F. Harrie, who spent several Orlando for cancer of the liver this of this city, recently broke 20 pigeonsout wi pro 41 following. officers: M. D. Real Estate and InsuranceKiffimmee
week. She -reported to be
days Lore the guest of friends,, has returned getting of a possible 25. This record they Alder, president; J. Wade Tucker .. a
t along as well as could be Fla. .
to her ho.rio: in Pine --.l: stlp. expected.Mr. believe is the best ever made by a -president; W. L. Paulk, seore- ,
Green went to Orlando
was up on woman trap shooter in the state of ta reRaurer. Lewis O'Bryan acted v
George F. Parker a visitor to ,_
Wednesday afternoon to visit her at Florida.Mr. L.aJ. ,
chairman the h
during orgtation. SJ
a4nporary -
Clearwater on legal business Wed-I the hospital.A. City Prmfml ly *

neaday. and Mrs. W. E. Butler who 0-.,.. c- t ,
J. Booth has returned to Kissimmee class instructed the T..ral.a z.-I.
have been ne secretary
living; in Kissimmee for the "
O. B. House of Ocala, arrived here to spend the winter after five J. M. COOPER. Clark CUfaimmt Lm.1t '
past three or four months, left Sat- tpend a telegram of condolence to
; Wednesday to look after the shipment months spent in traveling through the I
the S. W. Lawler
of Battle! in which he is interested.F. East and North. urday for Jacksonville, where they teacher, Rev. ____. .o_.. . ._. .. '
Mr.
4' Booth states ,4
is confined in Or-
will reside in the future. Mr. But- .Jo a hospital at

M. Edris, of near Lokosee, in the that everywhere he found people talk ] ler resigned his position as pharmacist lIdo, where he was operated on this :

.,, homestead country south of Whittier, ing about Florida and that indications a| the Palace Drug store to accept ek for appendicitis.There T

was a business visitor in the city on pointed to a big crowd. of visitors this another position in Jacksonville were thirty-five members en- -

Monday and Tuesday. winter. He has been succeeded by R. Q. Rich lied in the class last Sunday, twenty, d t

.I Mrs. F. E. Faulkner and children Dr. Hugh S. Geiger, of Kissrmmee, ards, of Lakeland who was employe f whom were present at the banquet '

left Thursday for Gainesville, where spent Sunday and Monday in Apopka, at the Osceola Pharmacy recentl'8'a st night. Those attending were: E. 1.

, they will join Mr. Faulkner, who hasa stopping while here at A. C.. Starbird's. during the. absence of J. K. Atwo<|; Lesley, J. J. Griffin, C W. Griffin, Fall Goods i
his D. Boone, B. C. Dutton, J. S. Cadet "
schools. Dr. Geiger was once a printerand on vacation. Dr. Butler and wiIG. .
position in the city
while his father owned the Or- made many friends during their sti M. I). Alexander, W. B. Harris, J. W. '1"' 1

-W Dr. DeWitt Lightsey, of Bartow, ange County Citizen, published at here, who regretted to see them lea] Tucker, 7. Bass, G. W. Overstreet, 1 ti

;t was a visitor here this week on professional that time in Apopka the young man J. C. Davis E. L. Johhson W. A. Now Here- ;

s business and states that he set the type and was his father's first Smith, H. W. Morrow, C. H. Drigg-ers, ,

;j will make regular weekly visits here. lieutenant.-Apopka News. CANNING CLUB GIRLS] Lewis! O'Bryan, J. McPhatter, E. L.

" Palmquist and W. L. Paulk. .
Jb Miss Bessie Moseley was called to The Family Store in
new the PiUey ,
TO HOLD HI The other members of the class are:
Orlando this week to attend the funeral I has MEET .
building on Broadway completed !
S. W. Lawler, teacher; G. C. Harman, I ,
of her sun( Miss Lkiie its show' windows.
, ..r, who died there. The body MoSeleY'j' very neat appearance They, being present finished a SHORT COURSE.::TO BE GIVE Y J. H. Eby, R. L. Jarrell, J. D. Wood- Almost every train brings us some more of ;
:
( STATE beck, M. I. Stout, W. C. Bass, Harry
to Jacksonville for buriaL' EXPERTS FOIL TIE '
in color to match
p mahogany the fixtures DAYS .z Johnson, M .M. Miller, T. F. Redwood, fall goods.
BEGINNING M our new
ON NO -
Mrs 7, Ileale is in, receipt of in? of the store\.wbi l\.are..now'be- BER I T. C. Fouts, S. W. Thornton, Jacob' t
formation the sad Intelligence ing installed. Messrs,, Harris and i --REPORTS DUE sTOM .
conveying _.MEMBERS Johnson, R. D. Guice and D. G. Wag

,.ofthe'd.ath, of her brother,, Peake will soon be ready with all' of NOVEMBER- IS nero *" We are continually busy putting the new >

.whichoccurred, at his ,home in Lud their new stock. $ Miss Ann
Bryan Carson ring
: low; Ky;;* few days ago; B. E. Evans and his mother entertained club stock on our shelves. ': '
: "agent for Osceola- con f, reports LESLEY PURCHASES '. ,
r't
C. K. McQuarrie and Dr.
AvH.
., ";LeVi,(McLean;, who'hat been bookkeeper the ' i,that all record book hlatoriei P, nl I
of U. S, Experiment Station
1 ?,, for;!the May' Lumber company Logan, of Canning Club girla'Irt at be ;
at Gainesville), at dinner' last 3 BRICK BUILDINGS Call in and let us show :You, ie.of.tht1.\ -
her
:left Sunday' for Gainesville where by Novembef' 'Iat. She o an-
F ; : '.
Friday evening. There were here toattend .' ,- *r .1,1' ' (.t' w \
;;. Will'enter'the' state' university. for a ,ltounee.t that the exhibit meat [
'': the field, ;day ;t' .,.Edgewate: \ beheld: ani < many new things, we are offering. the public. ',:' ,
will chairman of the j'I
i November'18th E. L. Lesley board "
course;, j.- Farm. Mr. McQuarri. '"wa. 'enter. |, . ***' T'-vW?" ,.
*. This exhibit togelher'with' f hortconrse'conducted' of county commissioners consummated "* "
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;; ;Mrs. Eoberi'Jeftords/ of Miami, sis- tamed at the' borne efMr: and Mrs. f -
rte willbeheld"probably'atSth.'o deal this week whereby he Becomes
state a
by ) e }:
-
ter-in-law A.
and Mr. .
of Jo 'J.ffords Pat Johnston
,on .Saturday, evening, v t'
rt'house the owner of thre e brick business ,* .- '
i 13 r- S.* Gilbert,' of: : Kissimmee, stopped Mr, and
"over 9unday'to'jiait'themwbile'' ,. nTouU ,; ' \ three bQi1dln...".re;' the'Wa .,. "R' .C"'. Stain d. ''; .f}""b."..1

,.: '* to'Stl'etereburg., :[ A. Kissimmee, were called to New'Smyr will'be here on'this occaf n .nd the Ing Market; building/0" Broadway' , : n.. ', *or .c'1 ; ''io f!, ., i
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*
'.. .ca. The Deputy sheriff; has bsen' r.- na today to the''.bedsida.:of the"elderMrs. people::of the;city.will be aced to'provide formerlJ","oWned byj,} 'Senator :.A;;;,'E I, ..... >1: 'J.' : v. *.. t" ...'; 'Jo '. "

c ,rr.I.. <:quested tannest si cfrtaia hnnter for Griffinwho! Is "critically' 'ill; pr.J : homes for thenvtfarM their stay. Donegan} the;,:Journal building onStewart' > .- .... ",. ::' ; \" ,. '

t", this'.violation;' "twofla""th' "'week. .: $J. McEwan':Sweat,, over'.ti;; th,;jnstaaof MUs% Agnes: Ellen' Bsjre*,'. ,assistnt avenue, formerly*owner,,also ., ,J/t/ -w. .' ," \IJr .G" lqtIaUJtl''IIMt.' : ' :""' ; ,: _
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..n. ;PlratiAunt>trtEwlthasfllaniira.eondrIi3a.imm.eGardene' I Jit.SsncUSrlf> ; fln"jroti ajcon. state..agent:Jtt.charge-. .demon by-Senator-Doneganr and -thebuildlne.dJoialn" - .. ... . 1', .
-;oa"ItecI''laad' .near.Mr. I II solution., Th.maaytrlnd.rl4f'tds: 1 ,, .tt&tlonworlcJ: Miss 'Wartren: 'Florida: ', which,'was '''recently 'purchased ,' . ;' ' , "
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: i ,' I Grifftaboys hope;;that,Uheir.jnother, canning dub agent;,aW Miss, Wells, by M.. Tiller. from'J. D.Wood- ,, .,...., . .< >>... t. ., ".."""."' .. ',.$..f., .... I .
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land insy'bA 1 apardlt4aay assistant t Miss The' JUt '. ,: .}\\.1 i1.-;.; : ,; .,\. .... r ,,;.,,t v, .?. ... "-.,},,'.' !,/ yr-yy,''? ,,,
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rra.>gliaotsroc":-:+: -0'a"ao0oo. injurious habits that-' ',.vould' lend tot" n* DuMM Tint Doss Kt Affect UN Meal.
0) ''IJ (defile Hii' 'I" tonic and lasatlM eaect. ,Axar'.
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Agricultural ,Second_For God'a sake bridle k and does not dose nctrroaiam. nor (
\ - 0fi your iI.wIDS\ In bead. V Remember t*>.full name and Ir
byZj 0. B. Woodall .0a tongues; let not cursings, lying, back look for the ai.-atu. o' v*. ,> GROVB., ghee

I' 11 FURNISHED: BY UNIVERSITY: OF FLORIDA \\ biting, tale bearing proceed from your T- ----"

y COLLEGE; : OP AGRICULTURE l mouth, but let your conversation be
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I I yea, yea and nay, nay.
We hea10 much talk and see so Theodore Deschn'er'GUNSMITH ;
4 i ACCOUNTS:' SHOW COST OF FARM' gladly consider the suggestions of all much in print lout cleanliness of our Third-Attend some church every .
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PRODUCTION:i I interested persons as to proposed to Sunday morning and night; 'go to -
( pStp ratorv entertainingour
and
records remedies and lines of investigation, city Sunday school and above all things, y tih Cor. Itth end Florid A.._. i}
The importance of keeping' winter tourists, which is all right,
he overestimated. and people having supposed 'cures' read your Bible and find out theLord's I ST. CLOUD FLORIDA '
Efer ,r on the farm cannot but when we look about us and take
4 which I for citrus canker have them tested will with you here on this
can
there is ,
it Of all businesses none I notice e.f whit the people are doingto .

needs accurate accounting more than I t'I" in the pathological.laboratory of close' the temple of the Lord and I earth. 1

:rip r farming, yet very few farmers realizeit. the Plant Board. make it ready for the indwelling of In these days it is not hard toget i

Every successful concern keeps I "On the other hand, the Plan Board the Spirit our heart sinks within us. people out to hear political speches PHYSICIAN W. L. Winn t

,M ;1 books. That is ne<'essarfor intelligent will not countenance' nor permit the \Ve are told in the Bible, >] that our on week days, but to get them out to I

\r;\\ conduct of business Some visiting of grove properties by people I'I bodies me' the tmpU"of the Lord, prayer meeting, it is almost impos- I Office in State 97 Bank Office BuildirgPhone
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pri-I who are selling canker sible. There must be
vate institutions ,are required by or 'testing' I madefoi' the indwelling of lljs Spirit: an awakeningup 33 Residence ,
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: to keep accounts It ,it necessary I 'cures.' Such individuals, because I II '' nd whin do ve make of our bodies of our people on religious matters. 38-2 mo Jt

Al the manufacturer to keep accurate I(I their intention is to actually seek out I'I" A lilt! of Us make them; the cesspool While God is blessing us in so many i' --- -- ',::

t 3, records of his products, that he may I and visit canker infections, are certain I!lof I the. devil., (Out of our mouths come ways, let us show our appreciationby DR. J. A. TROVILL50NSpeoia'ist : 'I''
know the Cost pore.ii to distribute the canker organisms both Into meeting once or twice a week at .
; 1 III 'I" and blessingand our I in ,"
How farmeis, know how much on their tools] and persons and I the Lord's house and thanking Him
many I mouths ir" ev.ry1.\ thing we can CANCER (r.omlK; ( .: AN)) TUMORS i.
','I it costs to produce, a bushel\ of corn ? are likely to carry canker into every;|I i Jay"", hand (..n. Take a man made for these blessings, for all comes! from I, (Cure them wthout cutting .
+ they visit Owners of citius ] Him. them out.
How many know what ( upkeep cost grove '' .
'in' t tlii mi:ii/e of (God; drinking whiskeyuntil '
of their, faun I.'l'I In i'e is no means \ groves and nurseries, should attach no I lie and "Oh Look! ORLANDO FLORIDA
down the
'k J'S in gutter '):)-drnoS.H.BLLLOCK
sus whatever of stopping the leaks which I weight to the claims of such PCM sons. lose all fur himself NO OBJECTION
ie -peel or anyone -
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should the latter be aclnnttrel can eat .emall theywon't
to
drain away the profits unless some I nor e1-r! IIQ I > )rOo" think (C.Oi; is well J
4 Y ;' sort of records aickept, A Missouri grove properties, under any iinunistances I i "Before we take you on the jury, hurt mel! That's because -
y with \ His !
pleased > t1elay hi I- using I with Calu- -j,
+ ." Mr. Smith, we must ask Whether they're made
you
dairyman found th') .l is cost him fifteen I do
teulplc 01 jrou think there is muchloom
I'' .. --. cents morr a head, to> keep his ___ __ I II fur 1 the' indwelling. of J Ills Spirit, have formed any opinion" of the pris I Ioner's met and that's why, wholesomethu's they'repure :
t tempting, tasty
da I than it lid his neighbor I FALL : guilt or innocence. ,
cows a ) WEB ANOKMSriH) while' that mail m\ that .mnclition7 I
r r His plant was as well equipped he l'ENS: I I :Not: much I h..take. the habit, of to- "No," said Smith grimly" "No, Iain't 1 kid.why" they won'thurt REAL ESTATE I'

9 ,, thought,'as he- could make It. Records I Fall web worms are apt to ,clofolid, liaiio Mint ,is biurimis to most formed no opinion. any .. ,,,. .......................
I peo- "And Mr. Smith have ha\e- R.c.i..d H.." t Awe "
11 jI not only showed him the leak but it pecan trees and especially lite young ple's health. bob,rhrwulg and smoking you, or h. C.d 5a f.-J.. Slip INSURANCEExamination

I i showed him wh..nit was The 1 extramaintenance j trees when they appeal ,in ielHtiellarge \ I have tncij |II! and Know I aska you not, any conscientious" objectionto I. h." C... I, '....
cost was due to the arrangement The capital punishment? i
quantities worms spin a man one e* s11y, 11' .e hc'\M'il toliacco of Titles a
,ti of his barns. ( web around several] twigs' before l they' and his answei "to the filth I "No said Smith more grimly still '

''c {I An Ohio farmer thought the he was begin operations As the leaves within out of il t" 1 1t thought(get many "not in this case."-Londan Opinion. I PiOT j Specialty.

making about ( ( When heinstalled the web ...n'I I K1Np
$2,00(1 aear I are consumed mop t tunes that if 1"0 iuld see the filth END STOMACH TROUBLE. 9P

wl? + a system of accounts and figured taken in by "pinnnacldlt"1, / webs that went intowould 1t'l'0. surely they GASES OR DYSPKPSI :Correspondence Solicited.

I ,r ,,the interest on his investment, :According to Julius :Matof the \UiujVersity not use its ke- arei creatures dUS --- --
he ]learned that he was receding less i of Florida Kxpeiiment Station ol li.tl.it It MADE
i- find
1o
1111c'on- makes
Sick. Sour.
Dispepsin" Riedel
than $200 a year for his own labor the pests I are prc'se'tit in inansections \ I "hli.I alile.! IIIIIId' <,01'1| ,, \\ lui. iln. not 'Pape's Gassy Stomachs surely' feel I fine 1 Robert

and his services as managerThe of the state this fall hale1)nu'), llal,..it.
111\ pi "1'1.] hole in five minutes.If CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
a old .slip shod method of farming 'I'he1 webs' and tat
le must go The University of Florida ] ic'moxe'd from mall t 11 11"es I l\' hand 1.0,. benefit.,, I Lot,.. ,rn 1.1 I viii over Window and Door Screen, Repair
I Kxtension lh\ision I the and the what you just ate muting i on and Cabinet Work. Ii
'is aeUiMni \\oims 1l1'-la\II] r 1 :\ MM). I lt' I '11 HIM 11.1111") \1.111\] i'" 1".1.", ,, cost:
was i farmer to keep books so (that hc will nest will stiip the (rates fieiril' a moor' :", ,'1.I 11't \ Ihi. II I"' Ln'ad.lutisr I your stomach or lies like a lump of 'I'honeN. Shop 216; Residence 237arliiiKte
: know what his cost and I be-.( tiei :\'e-ts: 1 lead, refusing to digest! en you b.q1i. l rll
products
,' \\ouni III large: tireIn.n \ .use. I MH "11 1 1 "I.I ("iii' habits: ) ( >n Ave.. Near Freight Depot
able to the losses which he. lie. Iollllll.d gas and eructate sun', undigested, !
stop \lt.tcli
4 ( an ) a fit plus| knot I",Il I "I sal> 1 I t' I I IC lit (tin hoche'Sciinen I -- -
r'' nbt his f I food, or have a feeling of eli/jnne1-' '. C. F. THRASHER
put fingers on now. Many or aloich of .laf:"s 01 aI.t- -aturll! : III. th.t it! n ignls .II"J \\' and I

business' men without any prartic.ilfarming I eid Ml kelITi'1)I),'. (to ,e ..IIg, I IL pnh and l : l ?' ,old.i.." Ih.i ..t inks in then '!heartburn, fullness. nuiisc-a. bail! taste SHEET :METAL WORKER

,'i knowledge l h"b..all'n the urn' t the well. LI I i I IK'i .il I -pi I,. is ings I with true' bi'ht I and, ,) while.. ale i corking | in mouth and -lorn, h-hl'ud..dw.' you
native farmers in many localities' atsc-mcals. will also oiitiol I 1111' woini- i Icon get lile'sseel lehi-f,, in' tue- minutes Steel Ceilings a Specialty

IT merely because they have applied I Use three pounds of iirsenati of l'a) ,01I l lpaste I to c lean up out ti,'mon home. here I Put an .."cllo ,.stom"ie h trouble fe>ie\ei, \\O rhono I49-K Klxilmmri Klw.

yt' business' principles to their farming I or one and one half ponds of I" smell I rnawe' u\ or th someelTott liy editing large: liltv cent case of '"

Y t operations the powder, to Lit gallons: \ of venter.i iArsenite :I t to lean] up and p clean the'I'rnlple ( Tape's IliaI"( pI from any drug 'Ion''You '' MEY gya(1NG Po' -

r 1 of ., leali/e in hve- minutes how needless C111CAI DR. W. W. CARSON
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l I /me is used in about the .f ( .ocl. w hir\ our l>od\

y -' STANDARDIZED PRODUCTS FIND:' same pioportions. Apply enough to (I! boats fat.., the i l'.d\\'lIln l Ills spiiil [ it I is to Buffer from indigestion 1 DENTrsr
stomach disordeiI !
t make the i (dy'yiep.ui' orany
trees
but
not
HEADY M.11ihF'1'F musty eiiip I
ping.POISON. There me sexiiul, wayFI.t do that I It's the eiiiMkf-t. surest stomach I Office. over I'llley Building r ...

1 Abstain from filthy and doctor! 11th" world! It., wonderful orTlc. Hours tlt 1-6
Office IMiorm 1&8 It flldcricc
Standardization of farm products 1 'Phone IB9as
s' Cheap Bnd big c nB klngPowdor do not ( AdmlnlBtn for Kxtractlon: of I
is the solution of the marketing Problems ( (:Runs K\T STHWBEH.- I TiM-th I
. . . . . . save you mane,. Calumet d.-It.Pure
of the farmers This is the lt\ IOOTS) ( . . .
"-"'--'-:--'-'-:-:-:-:4.:-:-: }...:. r i of Dr. Bradford of the
opinion Knapp,
T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
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+ i United States Department of J
Agri- Rtra wberryrOw'r" who are I troubled - -- - -

bi 'slq, culture, who spoke before the county with white grub worms shouldbe Ir Trai Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
t { agents at the University of Florida, i and Fieldfalo Your drug ist will refund J'BIIDd.BIIDW' K PALOOINTMENT :
Careful
in selecting the land upon l.ll, to cute auy case o( Itchier, Office over Osceola Pharmacy :1
I September Zt. If the market can depend I which the plants are to be set. Sod; I. The applicKloa" PriMrudlni drc, F.Pile.< and In leel.6 to 14 day.:SOc.. 'Phone nald,..nre (Iorrice 1.

upon the products, there will be land, according to J. R. Watson, ento- ..-. _.. .. . 141 '/.
a no trouble in disposing of them. This I mologist to the University of Florida I ---.0. >-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: :-------x---o: : : oQo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .;)

tt is especially true of Florida where so I Experiment Station is WOJtLD'S CHAMPION the
apt to be infested backstop thrifty proprietor saves II IATTORNEY.AT
GEO.
((10 '. many fruits, vegetables, and luxuries with TRAPS! F. PARKER
( worms. He advises that TTER all the unbroken targets. Hundreds

\ are*, grown. the land be given to some crop not are daily learning to shoot at this OFIIRMERInsurance} F -LAW ,v

+ ; Standard products mean a squarer injured by the grubs, for two or three 'By breaking 499 out of 50( rgeta novel attraction, and it is predicted Collections and 4 IF
Conveyance :
(' ( 'deal. The farmers must establish years after the sod is turned under. and missing only three "birds t of that this combined amusement and : '

grades and brands and live up to the If the owner cannot wait that long, 650 shot at in four days' silting, I education will spread all over the Specialties \ 6 t

i :labels put on the packs. If the buyer I he might pasture pigs on the land six Lester S. German; former &coal country. 111 t-l Broadway .

4 s can go to a warehouse or write to a I months before planting. Pigs root i League/ Star of the'e:: .w \ orjluli, .
t that Insures II. F KHII1HS \\ J.
STEED
w .grower for a certain brand and quality the grubs out and eat them. and now of Aberdeen :Mil, hro: wo I ('0111'1Tak(> to Trap. **hoot ing. ; {

h of produce and be sure of obtaining If stable or barnyard manure is world's ircoids for ceiinpe'l 'itiol' nJ Princeton Dartmouth Yale Har'varel KRIBBS &: STEED '

;' it, the process of marketing is used as fertilizer it might be well to emerged from thei i ?cent LV..t H 0- and! Cornell, have formed an In- Protection that Protects ioit\i\s: : Ar LAW.

'.<, Ni simplified and made ]less expensive mix it with 200 te> 400 (pounds of cy- /gun Tr'lIl"ho"llnlCla",' at Atl II' j collegiate Trapshooting' Associa :

1, ; + Standardization is best effected byI I anamide to the acre. It is possible. ( 'itv, us I the' most spc>e t.n !ulai shl 'r tion. The purpose of the organization '' Legal business of all kinds given r4
an organization of some sort. A that prompt :
community of the
cyanimide cannot be obtainedAbout je-iii i lis to "regulate intercollegiate trapshooting I attention.S
i,4 i can establish brand but offliin 11 and l 1 12 Mnri' (Hunk Bids. ,
a individual j 100 pounds. of sulfur I'
or enoughto rrnan's; brilliant sliootinvr ill competition and increase interest KIsHlirinifp( Florida. ;
'f t farmers cannot_ Each will slightly color the manure might be course of which he made IIt" :. in trapshooting as a college I] DAKIN AVENUE }/.

} have his own standards and grades added. The sulfur can be applied between fun of :J72 targets without, a M.Umt.s sport" Stanley F. Withe, Harvard I .,

tiw + I. and the products will be in just such I : the rows. recalls his record when. i.. '14, has been elected secretarymanager : KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Pat Johnston o P. Oarrvtt '"%

.( 'ihaos as they are now. Furthermore, Neither of these substances will kill p itcher for the New York :Nation: ; of the association. F. C. Hunt-I JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW ..
ti,' ; an association is necessary to have* the grubs, but act ,.
they
as repellentsand in 191'Jj: he headed the :Vationl: Dartmouht '16 and H. L. Goron !
*,' ress, -
efficient inspection to see that honest will probably drive the J
grubs League;( in both pitching and lieldinjj, -
k Jr., Princeton 16, are me atera Offices 10 11 and 12
A packs are given. The best method I Citizen Bank tf
away. however, is In the course of his career Germa .',
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tk' There are many notable instances to avoid sod rands. pitched both the New York and Huf f the executive council which will Building -

I where products have been standard- teams to victory. ale< arrangements for the Intercol- I Klaitmmee, Fla. (

'SI :,81 iized. Among them are the citrusgrowers' POISON GRASSHOPPERS ON In common with other liasetiall!I giate Championship Shoot to be held -;-- __... Jt1' .j
t' : organizations, the Hood River -
FALL CROPS stars, German's favorite diversion,
Dartmouth this fl. l.
DR. M. J. HICKS
\ Growers' I
Apple Union, and they .
was shooting, and whenever his
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; Skiffs
Eastern Shore of Launches
TruckGrowers'
{ Virginia If grasshopper bother the seedbeds, was not necessary on the diamond PHYSICIAN and SURGEON f

+ Association. gardens, vegetables, and truck crops he was to be found at the trjip1-
Office State Bank .
this fall the following mixture will bp After four years with the New YorkI Dories Built to 'Phon Building \
office
: 41Realdanc ,
Dr. Bradford
Knapp, of the United effective: Paris green, 1 pound, bran I Nationals, he gave up baseball entirely l 40

,. States Department of Agriculture, ink 20 pounds. Mix thoroughly while dry. to become a professional shooter LearnT Order it

' his talk before the county agents at Grate or grind three or four whole German first came into national .A' .:.

"ys the University of Florida, September lemons. Add the juice and pulp to 2 prominence as a trapshooter in 1909,, + .rap- J. W. THOMPSON (.;
21, a from his BOILERS AND TANKS C- ,,',
j gave quotation father gallons of! water. Then add 2 quartsof when he broke 8683 targets out of a

; Dr. S. A. Knapp, which is full of syrup. Moisten the bran and paris 9010 shot at in registered tournaments Shooing BUILT TO ORDER FUNERAL DIRECTORand '

\ meaning: "One-eight of farming is green mixture with the liquid. Make making the remarkable average k

1 A science, three eighths are art, and one it of 96.37%. The next his
not wet, but quite moist. Sow year av- "THE anivvraal aport that GALVANIZED _
a ; r i, half is business." Think it over. It's broadcast in'the field where the grass- erage, on the basis of his season's 1 appeal to bothallageta. 05X. and LICENSED EMBALMER, ....', '

' ,..true. hoppe/a are bothering. Oranges may shooting,-was 96.48%, and in the Post Everywoman.haJd. COPPER AND Store and Chapel Stewart AT*?!'. f,J

, P be used instead of the lemons but Season's Series Tournament at Indianapolis know bow to'UM a. gun forth .:

GROWERS WARNED AGAINST they are not quite so good. The fore- he won the special match protection ol herself and ZINC SHEETS JCIartntmaa. Via. ..*': ..< .
her home.
"CANKER CURES" goMg. is knqwn as the Kansas mix- for the ten high professional shooters. ,
Trapshooting clay OAK CYPRESS
ture. The formula in the proportions Since that time German's shootinghas ; tea .a shooting and targetsaccurate :pro.vid jo I.A. Vane Agnaw W. B. OrawtW., ; '

The following warning against fake given is ample for an' acre, jaceordlng been constantly improving, culminating no end ol outdoorAlayou :, MAHOGANY'" z VANS AGNEW '\j't:\,
: k* & CRAWFORD '
C canker cures has been issued Wil.t in his recent brilliant \;
\ by to J. R. Watson, entomologist the performance .po 4 ATTORNEY-AT.LAW ,' ,

) 'y I mon Newell, plant commissioner of University of Florida :Experiment at. Atlantic City.A t WHITE PINE and Office: 8-4-6-6 Citizen '/ "

: \,the State Plant Board."The'occurrence Station. Bank
l Building
r j r'' ((1.'t > of citrus canker in The mixture has been tried ia Florida New Trapshootlng Wrinkle. need\ a barrelof ALL,,HARD WOODS Klaaimmea. n.r'A-*. .'JT,.f.' ". ,

j.> f.':. .P.Florida has been followed, .a* is always by representatives ,the Bureau The time-honored;i rifle gallery has cUl targets and 0 ,.

J.l I:; .. +.f( the case when any new. insect of Entomology.'of: .the!United State a 'new competitor in the form of a FIRE ,ESCAPES. .. '(. ."...
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;11:3' : '>\\1 a' pastor disease makes its appearance Department'of',1Agricultufe' ,, It has .trapshooting. gallery O PONr ;.. l lf "' ''''"- "I' ... ..
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li: ; . | t>y,numerous_so-called 'cures/ Some beeI) :tourmth&the!:: ntixture.is.more\ ;'At.Venfce, a seashore resort near .." A.tIR 1 ..1'Competent! '''' 'Ft'd&of 'Work" =- LEWIS ..O'BRTA1f y .+reATTORNEY.AT.LAW' :

Sr, ... :; '( t )pf'.the: exploited 'cures' are frauds effeetl .'lt twicthe :'Iumber'of Jem"a .Los.Angeles, California, an enterpris- H D TRAP 4': '. a '" "" '\ ,,,, ,,'" ...... ;' ; ' i '. ,
...-a' +: ..f" . . ,' I f '.. hat established -.. ,1 : \.0't.:t. Wiring BuUdlnC. \j. .
BU re and.,simple, .andJvere vi *d ., 1"1Uecl.Jt. ''Jj. 'ingshooter ! a.: trap- '" ,' \ J fmeiifot.: ; r ";'tP "
,.f 'I. + olelyor,, the purpose of defrauding ;;: -' '" t '. :"" k; shooting'gmljery. on one of the piers, Price |4,00 nt roar jealart ( \ Ary; . '
= ; ,. i lAktl ARANTJBED' which 'huJ; or sent oUpaid by : 1' i /t- tf1I ; ri ris '
1/' : tbfeltru.rgrowers: : .' . > JMED1 : proved'a wonderful success. ua ::AtJ4fi D es ; A.V "., .- ..

1'"h; : .!"Every !remedy and..,treatment 'paceoloa' !'Pharmacy' jruaranTeesQulck'a 'Criwdfi4'wait'their'" chance. toatep'bp Wdfe'i: 'i\\1 .' :: :-.r.. ;,,.. > ' J'" ,,VETTERINART.W1Ie.. ."- (..4 or a\ .' r 1'r
l proven effective ;to care chTliafererLi : ( ) ringntgrring line 'DI_: \ "' \ .' ._, i".. SURGEOof;.f
.;, \ {.. which,.'a* :against CUf7FTon4o: > ( ;, daily.Sinairgaugegrins'aje Tow" J '.' "'" '. ,'-.can FOr t .i ) eP
"T7reSOertAlhnfng.
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\.. 'J 1j, iWic f'f ungo. *}.and."'bacterial disesse* "f1)malaria'.,.6lndrgrtpperdarSlaveeed ] .used and the .... Af JUQ : :

:oF'j',:" ''(.1%Jv-"' ebaa,! '"lreadXobilFSon: jth-"t.,1! ;: ;" >' p)Qee :..onQOR] ,..b: targets;are.thrown'.less Jhan the reg. 'ft All fINo;' lOffD-8" t :..II

,-.11 t i aank.riwithogt; success.: Nev, for. It atter.theCrstdoes;hand;never ulation distance.: '; ., DU PONT POWDER.CO.; :', 41)i., I '

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I g A ,DANCE FROCK. j I A PRACTICAL' COAt' :, g few I pods In the pot as ,t. ,, scrofulous': \ sores. ulceya"'and*
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,6f.fecta of '' 0 Q-, , tiT'1""g; H Campaign I ; 1 ",. '-. ; .r'., .' .'.' ."Ts peas taste,sweeter-,! .. tumbe&'oIQ: forthe )blood."j; .

,. O This Charming Design At. g A Topooat ''Tkatl' Hit'o: :'o (1..1 .,poJaon.',tr Qth.., ,.bod/,4 end! ,

fear O tract by It.'Q.aoeful Lines. g Of Interest g Both Utility a"d.ltyl.. g When cooking apples ..blood diseases, ; .Old,01't: f; at]

I 9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFOB ooooooooooopooooooooooooooJCVBHILS. to puts pinch of salt ; Pha-maerr.: ..; I..off ( '.
On Children I for Suffrage will then be moat 4; '.' .; {


A stalk of mint boiled *'?" ' 1t
I )fR. INY sTQR ; :
tatoes improves the ae

The "seeing New York" motor bus slag does a lump of sugar put uy properties now' while'prices' : ]
Most o* us are famlllaiwith storiesOf aide of aC''tbelr lowest .-
the
the bogey nurse of long ago but few e tourist never really Is familiar sees to every children."v I (5 cash and $5 month., -0-' ,
York which
New To kepe the yolk of and 10 acre tracts;|1Q caluhtkn
realize that her
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type survives even lu downtown suffrage worker. The Chinatown month. .
only the white is
\bese enlightened days. It seine prOb-- megtiphuned. !by the guide'' with yolk gently with a 5-room plastered house; lot 50xj u
able that from' very earliest times Its alleged "murderous ollc)'" warranted ft. deep welL Small cash pay*-
there Lave been people' whoso; only to send thrills down the tour so as not to break .It, !balance like rent .

Idea of ruling children, was to employa ( ; L t \ist's back Is neither so i-1 l nor so InterestlBK fresh for several days. 6-room bungalow, lot 100x140 ffcR ; ,

discipline of fear. : : .,:111 the Chinatown which well. Price and terms right '. st

One hundred years ago Napoleon was t sends Its children to kindergarten and Before peeling *

the favorite bogey. efli>ecliilly among follows suffrage banners. ":
the to heat for
KngUnh speakmg 1 people. and terrifying + l Little Chinese girls In long trousers, oven a MARY M. SUMMERS, Owner

were the tales which nurses end prob. 3 wbo look like little 1H>)''', and small and you will find that Penfield St., S., Kissimisiee. '. I t

ably many foolish parents Invented of boys one can't tell from girls leArn to skin can be easily City Properties, Fsrms. and

the horrora he perpetrated on small 71 rft hop like birds and be butterflies. and yellow rind. This -' Lands for sale and exchange u' }

children who cried. In the night soiled r crusaders "allee samee Mellcaua" In a much safer to give the

their Sunday frocks or were guilty of kindergarten on Mott street .
any of the hundred and one small Over on Washington! street small. wa

naughtinesses children unthinkingly sized Syrians Just Imported from Palestine i,' )

commit climb up rickety stairs to n ', ',

A word that "Bouey Is coming" would 1< t7r; dingy little room where a In aWPt't'olN'II Arabic how tA : .. .. ... 1. ;
woman explains to them S. ;
send many small girls and boys cowerIng R. FLOYD j
beneath the bcdcluthes, there tospend to tell a green ball from a red. She .

hours of shivering terror while teaches them to sing about! "merrysunshine" ,' '.
of their Dealer In '
In the language new
the real bogey who had so scared them
the land and to salute their new flag./
employed time cheerily gossipingIn
These are the sections !Miss. I.arlnlapock's ?
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the rvaut. room. Groceries Hay Grain a.nd Feed }
But that was nil very long ago. Nowadays new squad of suffwwe workers ,
'kW. \ 'f
knows by heart
we study hygiene eugenic and >
what not and tuke the bringing up of Here suffrage burners written In languages Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. w a
old !In the days of the Tower of
our children very seriously. There 1s i

one 1015 fact Incarnation however we of the often logy| overlook.A nurse. dents Babel but Into translated suffrage. slogans by cordial truvcrxe real- I Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed

la still among us. Today forvpiix| >n. the crowded streets. r 1 y

of terror she uses the policemanNow. On several excursions to Chinatown ,
Miss Pock Mn a. .she "
to canvnss voters ) 4
this Is very wrong for the child who
lives In the city should be taught that and ber'lIlUndl'oli curried the Clilnosc '. j

i the policeman on the corner. In the banner which met with great Interestand . .
park or anywhere one finds. his. brnsx. FOB TUB DUIDTAHTS. amusement. The wife of a China - \I ."
who ,IH. heir to L I
town native mlimlotiary. IMeffeet's IVI
buttons and gold brnld IH n person to bewejcomed This beautiful gown Is of white tulle ,
friend and of all the I'hlncHe. tradition about women
an a protector oo j
find sliver cloth fomtdaHun
metal' over a little toiind fccU 'believes "
her
even to ...
the kiddies 1 not an enemy or a bogy to .
of nlle\ green IHIXHV willow Hiitln has. Is developed in j
be feared If this Mca of the luIs Instilled In votes for \VOQICII Her daughter This new ton reign
Into the youiiKiter's. bend he will The Rlinple "b Mlli-e of tulle ban a crush been to an American niilrcrxlty.\ .\ fullhlctoded navy velours del nine. The semibelted j jeffect ,

not forget It should he become lottt girdle of metal I cloth. and Is. IxMiutlfullyllnUhixl C'hlncHe voter. horn In thincountry. nud hlgtlliiig collar which buttons i Trowel Brand Lime .) j

from his mother or ii ii rise. I Instead of ( with u kcurhiiid of dowers ex <'!|'>rcHNfil 1 .the new Ideal tor'' as does(>e front, with self !bht- .

wandering along the .streets or piirkhelplexs tenilfiiK from the left shoulder ncroHt women "1 would like my wife to bo a tons, give SHUTS flnlshes. The pannier Both

and lMj''lered he will run the k'lixllo.. \ tnillliii over the right front ( ii Izea" wild he |IHwket" di>|Mkllng from the belt end<1 Good and Dependable

confidently to the nearest 1 |tiian.explain .\. l.I'll lute finishes the IN.t torn of I the The Turkish. hiiiiner was written by rolling, ....Ir..Utah narrow cordlugs are i
hlx trouhlcx nx lest he can nnd' Hhort shirk <.>VT which the tunic falls n lllx-nil young Turk and has. tarn currled InlercHtliiK *Sil... The trlcorn hat I" Goed because it aids fertility,making fruit, trees and other '

stay content with the t I big 1 man decorated In four Io ills UiilKhiKl with narrow ell|| In the suffrage parades by n Turk of navyel* r| felt !beaded with beaver = crops much more healthy and vigorous, assuring increased 1 'ii- y

with ninny brass buttons. until. ver braid Ish-Jewlith girl' who works. In n factory.A fur. and improved crop yields of the best quality. 'k

aid urrlvi-i. -- --- Turk Mi womiin came to a sufTniKCmretliiK Dependable/ because of its purity -ahalyslf nearly 100 -

The child who IH (taught to fear the KNITTED COIN PURSE.An only n short time ago wet CARE I y YOUR HANDS. rarlxjnnte of lime-and also because produced percent by \' f

poltccmun. on tin other. hnnd Hhun asked It she might!: !. Hike, the luiniicr a concern of twenty-three years' experience. ',

him In time of I trouble, with eltictxwhich Attractive Gift, That Will PU... home NO that all her |people| c.onltl read l Some HinlBn How to. Protect Th.m t'

lire sometimes disastrous Iwth Any Young Girl.' It. "".. ask for the women to hate the .A e at Houa w rk. Ground limestone

to the little follow nntl' hlx. pnnMitx' MiilvrliilN and _
A stroll through tinpark nnplcnx' C4 ill pllrH4k' The Sj rlnn litinncria:, traiishitcd lit It spoils]} hlllll],$." This, I Is, a complaint I Rock Lime

ant ilny will hrliiK you In coutin'l' with 1 hull crorhn. silk. of drslreilol.Ior.I I the blues of a Syriiui paper, Al I Hoyan (m *'ntly laid nt (the. door ol.
the foolish niirxe who hiltup' (III!)<' |IH' I *trrl rlix' Ijfl lick.N... 7. Most :Sjrlnn nu'11 with oriental Ideasoppose domcHtiutrai. But Is It nhvp'anct Then 11 a form of Trowel Itrand Lime for every purpose-. nt..ntn..nt. '

,llceiinin nx n terrible Ixivey."Conic ; 1 Itrnxs iln, om lei, h hi illtiineter.Cli | | rates for women, but American .essnq/ ,to lime nnnlilly, hands.Bluiily . dust sprays etc. All are fully guaranteed. 1y

81oiig. Miii-tcr. Itoliliy, *' "ln inc.in- i li.Mln: S C. menus siuglcrruclirl. l/allon softens .lln-lr picliKllccs" Those |, 1I) l. perfurinliij f the various Oir Tnm, cl Ilrxntl Lime for your grove, or field or garden. . ,
.
who learned iniHleru Itlc-aa want Booklet ("ing Lime on Citnu Grovva" free. Let -- ., -
will say "The policeman will comeand crochet huii / us
1) C. iiic'tins: double ; tasks ofhQuseworkl8weefi8
cntch you. If you hang behind like IM slgu", of ri'iM'tllion.Tin their H .l'en to vote.. They have even la generally hard on the I quote prices and Mend cample. '>i

that. The little fellow gives a scared .purse I Is .begun at the( lower edge permitted their women to form a hands, |ttatiHc It makes callous placeswhere I Florida Lime Company, Ocala, Fla. '"

glance over his shoulder before, he and uiirktnl roiin
hastens on. frantically pulling at her T.'i. Join to it rliiK' I'M I'nclllc street, Urookljn. held. i"toliwaHliiuff l Is bard because of I c"A. .

hand. Klrttt Itow-Cb. 3. .skip 1 Cb.. 1 D. The Urei-ks make domineering opponents ; the C M and the hot water which I j _.w"A. .. ..

Two little girls were playing In thepark O. lu next Co.. Cu.:: i. 'Hei! >eat from of woman suffrage, !but their Mlug1Pnd: open the pores. Scouring . c."i" ,I 'i.,,'.. s

the other day. In Ibe' g1lme one around ring./ x wives want the vote just the same: of ad lnd. as cleaning a bathroom. .. ", - .. _ -' '_ ':\ ..,'' \
slipped and fell covering her diminutive Now make 1 D. eC In loop of Ch. 8 "The liberal Greek often becomes anarchistic to alf nd In Its effect, but the secret -- >>.1'f''I

skirt with green grass stains. at beginning<< sf previous row, Ch 1. In his thought and considersthe ofIf! kept hands Is the use of dlf- l : t't. 'l J .
"Now whatever shall\ I do with you.Agatha vote useless and undesirable for anyone 0 >$ 'r"I"
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I D. C. In space between next 2 D. G. teret Inde of gloves-gloves and .a
r* cried the nurse.. "Tbe policeman Repeat from until the work I la 16 ,"' commeltll Miss Dock. Against I or cold cream. 5 :
goof The .
this alight respect for the franchise his of the world
and mistake.
will get you no They rows deep itI three kinds of glo'Vellr, eyes :
always'look out for dirty little ptrlsT. vote respecting. wife will make u good i
2spares. of of the white
Then make IRC. each In next 8 IOple pairs large
So wee Agnlhn's play was .spoiled. by Ch. 3O. make 1 slip stitch In offset core so called teatu 4er'a gloves: .
the fear of another tumble and the Armenians are usually strong for
brass. Ch. 3d.( 1 In edgeof f.l good of rubber gloves,
ring. skip space| n< a very pair
In of the seclusion In
dread consequences that would surely suffrage. spite tEe
ensue. purHc. 1 S. C. lu next space. Itepest which their, women have always lived a. a..t a pair of yellow oilskins\ are on man whoSAVES
from until'you }inve mate 8 slip welch are more difficult to find In
Many nurses. are not Ignorant they want the vote for them. k
stitches In being careful not to !but which used certain
thoughtless women but there are a ring In thin district which Miss Dock so 811, are by rM
twist the strand of Ch. 90. then Ch. .orkrneu and can sometimes be found .
few who by these means do Irreparableharm ably covers. It IH natd that every nationality '
:HO, iikIp. 1 dace. 1 S. C. each In nest 3 ) the stores.before ,
to sensitive and timid children.Nor in the world Is represented. To 'I
spacer Ch. 1. lay the last Ch. 30 made using any pair of gloves oil
most of them suffrage banners have
I
are nurses !by any means the only I.
over the edge on which you are work- our hands thoroughly wltb' cold i
i offenders. Mothers have been known to spoken la their own tonguea. .
Ing and make 1 D. C. In next space (I.Team or with almond oil of wblcbkeep i'
trifle with the nerves of their children
(the Ch. 30 will\ come through the space a small bottle standing on your
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-that delicate mechanism governing Wk End 8or n.
just made Ch. 1. 'make 1 D. C. In kitchen ibelf. After covering your rr;
both the body and the mind. A hospitable little woman who loves r tr
next apace Ch. 1, lay; the nest 2 strandsof hands plentifully with the cream draw }
While children may beg for exciting dearly to entertain but whose domicile
Ch. 30 over edge make 1 D. C. In and to ,
the white proceed <
en gloves
Stories aDd display a tremendous Interest la too small to accommodate. many ftV .. a .. ..V.1. ..Va a .Va a a a a a aVai
nest space. Repeat from which dust The friction of thejwork
In the war. It Is far from wise to guests has contrived a very sensibly weep or
brings the double strands through bands' to be moist.
U tell them too much and to excite their way to put up the occasional guest wbcan cause ;your
every; other space across edge, with a \Is absorbed.. for
so that the cream moment
a man i
imagination by descriptions of gory encounters. "bunk In anywbere"-tbe anywhere PAUSE young 'ft
single strand eacb In flat and lastspaces. before washing dlabea,
It Is natural for little boy. usually being the living rom Similarly, '
who want to hear the details of the Ch. 4. turn. couch. Out of an ordinary; wood] cream ;your bands; then pull on the a thought to self. The
Make 1 D. C Is last space of previous -
conflict from their fathers to beg daddy clotbeehorse. the largest else\ obtaw] rubber gloves and.wash. as usual. The .
for "a story of the war." for a certain row. Ch. 1. 1 D. C. In next able, this\ hostess has evolved a slghjf oilskin gloves keep especially\ ; for very problems that confront you now, or ; f
Repeat from to: end of row.
lore of the mtutary la Ingrained Into apace. and practical screen which turns tkl dirty tasks like blacking the stove
s making 1 D.-C.' In third Ob. at beginning will few
wblcb.ecoucb scouring the garbage can etc. hence.
the m..culfne.char.cter from the moment corner of the living room in a years
the little lad begins to play with of previous row Ch. 4, turn. Is located luto a very. comfrf- After taking off any; pair of gloves I w

tin soldiers. Ilowever If one care. to Repeat this row until you have 0 able and perfectly; private bedroni- when through with work wash ;your

1t preserve the tiny\ fellow's nerves the rows In alL Opened oat the clotheshorse, whih hands In pure soap and water and rob Leek abeat yea-the men a/ affairs. ia eeaatry, state aatteayea,: "g 1i.

Story telling will be restricted to deeds Finish\ by making 8 D. G. In first has three .sections completely Ides In an astringent such as benzoin. This ia the world are the aaea w". started .. sare early .ia fife.

1 t :of valor. spaces 1 8. G. In next space, 8 D. C. the Improvised\ bed from Ylew. Slid helps close the pores and keeps. the

-.---- -- In ant, space. ;Repeat from across the screen moreover is almost slil'eet akin from being coarsened. They bays. the respect and cenfideaee el the aaiaiiaHj:. -* f

;3 A CI..r Skin.$ ed e. making, both ends to correspond high so that the ordinary lndlv!.al!. I

t Good health Is the only lasting preerlpflon Cover the ring with 8. OL dressing behind It Is quite bidden The Legend of the Daisy. Then leek en the etker sJde-at site IsDews ... .....'.. 62Y;.' *

: ,c. for a good skin. Cosmetics Hold the two edges at the bottom together three psnels of the clotheshorse *reen According' to the Celtic belief, every ataks-tksy saay hare a reed tisss far a while, Wt wfcat.sjeepartiaslily lw. '1 5

,'. and lotions.will do no good if the real fasten thread la flrst,space, have been covered with shlrrejcre- newborn baby that died became spirit 'i
\ Ch. 8, 1 8. d in next space, working if the sorrowing parent reflect '
i trouble is lack of exercise or indlscretk tonne. the 'material overlapping and to comfort Its I o-
: >n eettnc.. Indigestion\ the causa through both edges. Repeat from to Joints of the screen so that the"....ball it would scatter some kind of flower ('. :
I A Jellai .. bi tils bank will U &. '
E ': .of; many, pimply skins' and sluggish lend of row. be no crannies to afford onsoacai and from the sky. er .. .. f

.' ''depositions,''' Tour' stomach and its To'task* the Mugs. cat thread Into unwelcome glimpses Into the sreened A woman named Malvlna lost her McleM el an keaerabky'. '1s4..Maat CM ar.. .'" I

'I) health will reflect on your beanty. *. ?> str Inds. 5 Inches long tie fl strands Into off space. To cretonne mats the little eon and grieved so long and so Make jew .beriaalaf. mew-Uasy. .. wi Ten \ xt

'Many'girls lunch dally on a, dish of every loop of ChTS: on lower"edge'thencut. ; curtains' and cnshlons of th./living/ bard that her friends tried to torn bar auk bisk Wai pan le way I '/. ;' G,

+ : Ice cream or som.candy., A* sallow so that' the frlng: Is a. full \Inch' room and when "the screen lJ* t opst thoughts'seme other wag V.a. ," ** > "r. -' :. J

.!muddrfl complexion! ls. the inevitable -- ' be titn.'the"ie.t'.bt' the r9 m atilt Her friends jnade up a song which / iw i
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.' ]result ..You should,make every'meal! . 1 !' '.presents a cosy, and ddjt spf' arsnce. wu sang to her by a number of young ;< (

.: as .substantial as'posstbla.'and do not t On,the Inner side of tbs een are women The song told about their" seeIng -I ,Stateflanof ki _
mall Green 0,1_ j ,
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C I eat between mesls. 4L. _' When. i-r ; several:.!book and' many krg aDd her little son on a light cloud which .

.;Women.who form the habit .of getup th* tiny green'ptlons }ppesgtry small aWrled'porkets, msd .4 the cretonne -I bong nealttbeeart.," 'lie had a gold! ; .. ,,1.
cooking and them '
serving
tlhg lstetbenvrttshlna; off without : as you .. *On
I any,breakfast..Aone t* speak of.win. .Weald asparagus. 'I.Waab them well tie b* hong and-into-tbe pocluts, twill be :: circle with surer leaves, tinted with; Ktssunmee: .. '
In bunches, drop In boiling salted watef '. 'L"" '! > t
soon show the results o.tbt1q their slipped toilet artIe..... snd small red .1OU1I4Jt. When' w..e4ID. the '
sbpe '. .,
and cook for tim '. ..
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D'mtna1TbJa c. like little baby play. -' -fr/I. \ 1 1t
'.MSJ.. 'The midday meat.DM4. DOt beary.axsaUd belonging *An oval nutor hangs wind it looked a .. vS
e .; a patty;.a' tight dee- allowance is for Tery young vegetables from a stout'hook la the enter panelof Ing In a green meadow. TIle baby In : ;.-. .,... ..... '........_., to ",v ." .,:::JHM1000LM"

t and. a. mOk are enough.. about tb..1M of lead pcncOa' Drain.; tb.l,,seTe.o:: \ the cloud threw-this pretty little Bower ,' '1RoNnftu.Tlr .... y. .. I J ," ........N'til
M ,', place oa(toast and po.rovsrthem; ; a to the ground' .where. It took root'and ..I' C" ,

r >reefi" Beeta' Valuable.'beetsare . . hot cream sane flavored' with chopped "T grew; according th..ong. ;Tbe women : +!, ." & 'Ofican. aasl. ,Dkactan.C .. .. . '. ,

:? Quite rich ta .food parslsy. ''Tbs wm b* found dsUctooa, C ...-' took hunch of daisies to Ualrin ACARSCIrt:: : P;eet. , J. u.Lffi. v e. Prert.LKATZ.2a4ViM.9W.v ." .'" <'1
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popertItMI' and-may.: e'_tea ao wttkla sthq',do ,aoteusQ the onion-flsrort ftrst Imshaeore and said these were the flowers.thrown b : : "
dressing of butter or cold with aa'oil ; which ... .:xasnjr. persons' ;'objct; 'And saaffljr gesso this. v.a ": her BOB,': : "T". n 5; '
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aid ,TVMaatdreasu$, dnekled beett. Young onions arssxcOnt.; :la< < u w Since then the daisy has-bee* catted, 'ROM11fOIIAaI.'/ ,' Culbisr .. o....;:.1;, t I" r' wt

[silo of the but loyal pleale dlsbea, are aQ 'sprlnr salads rind'iah..sy.Mal17> Bonn,teawUker asake ... t .... the Bower,of Innocence because U 4s .. 1 ,.. ''t"." ,;,:
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tIlt 4TIUN dEPARTMENT 01" TUB! INTERIOR, I. . .
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TO. ... 1TMAY'CONCKRN: V1I.LIS, FLOH1I, SUIT. .4. 1111110 '
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HKIUCHV UIVEN. That Serial N.. OM.. 'a + '
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1 Ir.th"I. '" 1I1l.0 Slntiof Florida on the Notice Is hereby given that Fletcher .O..O..O. O.Ott.tOOOO. . ... .++- '

- TOR QUALITY : ,,tolii-r. A. D.. l'Ii, forIncorporating E. Wall of Kenansvtlle Florida ",who kind of
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1(11111 II II I I II IllS I tleiB, I the Fam- If ypu want to live *
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lit -Iur... on November 14. IU1.1 made Homestead Milburn, Ohio.-J. D.Hart exhibited
: !. th. Circuit ('o..t at O..-ol. ('aunt;. .itllrler. the following' ; Proposed.has Entry: No. 0*.*4. for Lot I of NM and town
_ I. (....c ry.Hoddr been tiled In the of. Lot 1 of NWH. Section t Township II at the county fair a pair of stockIngs -
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FIc orders NOW for state .f Florida like
of town
i your :: ,tI t-rotary of State the South. Ranee 14 But. Tallahassee over a hundred years old. They Like the kind of a you ,

.? laTe.eat lowmrmmrTrr.o. l. 2( it y uf September A D. Meridian has filed notice of Intentionto You needn't slip your clothes in a grip "
TURNIP SEED. RUTA (-ro..-BIII.Klrhr I9n make Three-Year Proof. to stablUh were made by his grandmother who '

U, BAGA. COLLARD ONION l.."l.r. It. n. \*.!<... .t ml.. I'EAKK claim to* the label above described, be' And start on a long, long hike. I

,41'' SEED also ONION SETS T. It. I). M .rt.. HrBdrnoBtlllp, Norlk M H. I'KAKM.!\ (ore Clerk of the Circuit Court at KI..Imme. .- picked the cotton, wove it Into thread You'll only find What you left behind

I ('.roliamI HAHH18: .. Florida on the Hat day of and then knit the stockings. During
;& SEED RYE, SEED OATS You are hereby directed to appear on ( October 1818.Claimant For there's nothing that's really new. '

RAPE, GARDEN BEANS the first day .dt November PR ( name. .. witnesses: the storm in Galveston in 1900 they
:: '
l.n'h when
against jouIn D < HAHTKRf knock at yourself
rroaa-blll It's you
I a
Etc. l Ii. H. Uuy. of Kenansvllle. Florida.
PEAS POTATOES. entitled were rescued with difficulty and by
above
the
cause In the ,1 STORE John H. Balsden at Kenanivllle knock your town,
This order ahall be publlahrd
Our FALL, SEED CATALOGUE Klaalmmee Uaiette. a weikly I new.pa The untIe n..ociatith.'inselv.I Florida. the merest accident were saved.
it's
nereby It isn't the town you. 4
Ell Baa*. of Ketiansvllle. Florida.Penlgan .
KlaalmtneiHorlda. for
'I U ready, it gives full per printed at ,, ',, it er for the purpose of Seller! of Kenanavllle Flor
eck.. made
the four aucceiislvv rated under the Law. Real towns are not by men. ,
description, prices, etc. It once.rc..o.: -weekWltnr of the Mate I or I da, and under the ida. Beloit Wis.-.Clarence Montroy is I
"S will b. a pleasure to mail you .. my hand and the ......lot Raid ti' mis of thi o..d Charter RODEnT W. DAVIS afraid

Court. at the Court House. Kl BtmmipKlorlda CLE 1. 81-it Register. earning money to pay his way through else ahead.
get
Lest somebody
: on. on request. thla 22nd day of Si' pti.mber. :Si i tioii 1 mme uf thli Corpor-
school
by allowing automobiles to run
116 allot) shall b "amlly !Store. MAflTKIfa! BALK When everyone works and nobody

; I Poultry fief Supplies Incubi4 'Ct. CtSeal) J 1. O\'I<;HRTlnET. Section 2 principal offIce and over his! body at a mile a minute clip .. .
40-41 Clerk Circuit l'o\irt place of busll hall b.* In the town shirks '"
if Kt.sliflen uf < >0c< ola Notice I. hereby given that under Then he takes up a collection in the a
tors Etc., Conker's udPratt's III.K A'I'IO'llI.rf and Suite of Count : and by virtue of a Final Oecree rendered You can raise A town from the dead. "
IM
ISI>TI< K: FOR \\a. and Its bupinemu
,' inn \ t In' i ondiHtniliie. uf Ktsf by the Honorable Ja*. W. 1'erklns. crowd. He also bends horseshoes in make 'i
said town And if while personal
Remedies _... of .... Imlrrl.r. I. ". l.p.d .' Cltvsi n )ne iit .* In the Judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh his teeth as a side line. He was leftan you your

Urn... .t <..ln<>.. inr. Florida.Mr u, .f 1' lorli1, il In an \ other State Judicial Circuit of Florida. on the stake ;
... ::1111111\. or i-nun t 1 In nuch olh.r officts 23rd day of August. A 1). 1M6. In a orphan when his father murderedhis
,
_ : Writ* for weekly Price List Aerial ISo. OIIH'!17.Notice lra ,nt In S. UK* I IHliall ht-rvvlae us CRUSH pending In the Circuit Court. Your neighbor run make one, too }

and Catalogue. I Is h..h) ..nvn hat JniniH I in I iuit.. r or. utieril<.fit. Seventh Judicial Circuit i.f Florida.' In mother sister and brother and Your town will he what you want to

II 11ali.., uf Lo..hl1lll11 Him 1 litii. ,,110. A I K 2ift and for Osceola County In Chancery.w committed suicide. ..
on July 21. 1HI2, maili' Huliii.uti ad I Pn- K.. < III.II 1llllt.1 T al ,,"Iurt. of t heIK .. H 11 DICK M al are foninlnlnnnta Sl'e. "

E. A. MARTIN SEED GO try, No I \\. W of :N\\; 1.4of : II*"JH 'I 1 1,115 tu t lit tr..a'l.II ; and C F ) !Wa\.JGM'\ \ Bl areKeBiiono'elilB
: ; 'y
NW '4 :: ,frJ': : ?: ', of: S\\ ', \Klli.n il I ts I Hi. MIll.W ( \' sloth 11 bt at ftjl11 on the '. In I It ;isn't your town-it's you.

IK. I'owiinhlp, 2(> Siuitli llnnui JV I 1..1. HI Noember. A. I) till IK. tile mini. \belli< Wilhston N. IX-When Kenneth I
'knocker' and
SOU East Day Street ,. .. the flrst of Bald month within thei.gai "Pursue the try to
10. I day
I.
,, THllllllHKHI-l Ml'llllljll,. Illl) III. ll I 0.,1 I t. i '1 it 01 ",or. a for I h.
JACKSONVILLE, KLOUIDA of Int..nl Inn to nuiki' Iliffi.. \i.u i I'li.i.f. lill\, I ii II k ., v lltt 1..t..11 I men'B and hours of nale 1 At I h. front door .of... Jordan an 8-> car-old prisoner in the I convert him, -St. Joseph Post.
Illllll, ,lllll\ I. II h t II i fI lh (-ourt House In KlHKlrnmei- >m
.t
til HtllllllBh. t Clllllll III till l,0\ M k llHK K'H'lll.. .ho,'''.
;' : j jJ ( ) ,1.1.,1.i .heft,.' .. '1. ik of i 'Ii" nil i 'mil. tat III !,UK! I H' Kill-Klll'l M. SUHpt, ,1I lllllTH ..1st'I ola Count )'. Florida, I will I offer fur county jail secured the keys from the

KlBKlmmi .. Vlo' III" nu Ih. 1 11'' Ii il 1.1\ I W .II, 1,1(5, I I y J..w.lry. um Hale to tile hlKhial. anil best liluMi fair sheriff and opened the doors! telling IK MU'K) rilll.D IS CKOSS. '
of Sou'mh..i I IHld I I Iii.' i II I i- h.,ii ilker l i murna. bat hH eu..h at public out, Y the followliiK, rial "

Claimant IIIIIIHH, itS wiln.MsiH' I .1.I K. MlloMMK, jl. , glove. and nil iHtiiti. to-wlt, AII..r 1-cilH 21 and 24 | the prisoners! they' could escape onl> FEVERISH CONSTIPATED '
- --- - \\. J ;liiirritt uf. I.i.uif", IUIIMII, VI.., "I., i.i, h. i 11 t u I. H iIIt ,,piles itiertain'| and .all ft act inal lot 22 nr.\ S Nelsons -
A H ,fnx of I.IIIIK hinnn,. 1.1.,101"., Ink I., l h. I ii-ln.< Clot hl'r" Hub-dl\ Islon of Section 4 lowiiHhl one of the twelve took advantage of -- A"

; HHVIMH of I. Illllll n l 1.1.,1,1.. .l''i',Ii ii. I .i .tp | 20 South. KatiKe 2'J Kant tu lIlt t i1f}
4\ When K H i nun "i stores for I h. \ : : the offer. The one who escaped was
you buyBREAD A J of I l.niiuhmiin, Ploildli.
1.llt..j ittitEftl'! I IIAis ..f lliv I (k''"' 'llMtf "I'.k erharm > and costsDated arrested little ho. eln with "('au-
24. A 11 ItairnI
4 1 -tt HiKlHtirINOTK \,l "HW .11.! <| ll. IaW ,'HH. t rap- this S..pt
S I I 1 Ii I I 1..' iiut ( ; F KltlHH I I I '
|Pt I IL k il 0111 Ii'Hti.. noIHOtH fornia Syrup of Fi/C.:
tint H I \ sIttu t H. II 11 ( IKIUHK( S.tlal| Mauler
IIV IIIIIt -
K OK AOW.-NI ln't'iI \101lI .
Solicit 4 : "' Jl'1..1 l>l.rbar.....) fl I t ] ,,I I ,ll U II I I I .I Tl'| lit.! ttti.'t in tli I I..Hb I
!. Court of < onntr Judar. Slate orFlorida. entrapped by blue dye in u vat
i,if 11,1'II I ll J,nidi"I !* I III C ii ml I i i in\ ,.n I I.i IlOlll I. !' !Mothers ran n"-t eai.after giving
lit fill( I ill Ms ..lilllk' ( U"t1l,1.. In < Ireult < onrl. Klatr ..r IMurlda. ..e.eat whith he was mending he waoei'- "
Ask for the BEST In re eBtate of John I'lerce. OBCcola 4e.i.l "( alifoima Syrup of Figs because In
t In nil.
: L'' ,II. I ,ill I 'I'I II ji ,,tiii and di \ b Juillrlal
co Notice u n t j! IB hereby HTlven to all whom I.:, .,.J l'u l'i'i, ii' 4 ..un t y.. come by fum ,s and taken out for dead few hours all I I t the clorfed-up| waste
'.. tMi.n < II 'a'l I :It 1H
I i ii ' n( tire of boot and, l\
We Every Grocer ell ito. It may concern that on tin 20li) day RB After t the under taker had pi"('pared I"
: mil. ,i- 01,11, ill'_ mid In iiiiiuiirt bile, and fat, ITWI1II.d food (gently
of NoM-mbi: A II 1116. 1 almll) ;npliH r.n tin I'u\ S.. II I II i.Hi.in, t .",,] It. ..\ ..rblli. 4 ..n.|>lalnaa'. t the. body for bunul and temmed, n nt itto
T M ? ,
t to the IlonoraMn ittirpli' juilieof .. moves out ot the bowels! and have
I I I I- .I.S . you
I II( '' ,"ml 1. /all 1 hfck .
BAKERY nv said final,court dlflcharKA. as JudKi aB *Admlnl.I.I..r of I'rotniti. fur of 'I. I k' 'ml- r.f. II . ..isIII. I n K, v .11 n Islii II lien. It. l'.ur.l. i'I bel' ..r.l. his s. fe.Ct 1 t Down's I home the I ml pse aiose on j" will plavful i lull] :.JjIl'n.'

; .) 'II I |'I I I IIO .>i 1 Im.,IH| nilti ml.. lcfen.lmflt.
of .'ohii I'lerii il. i .lSi1.ituid hibid and earned "I'm d ail
thi1 eBtati* Riot
I I. itt I I'. .' ,I -.11 : < Su'I k I I
tlmi. 1 Ill : I ,In in. I I..I I ihildten i I needn't be *oa\cd I to
at tin' i
that HIIIIII pi I, I 'I.I --I II itlnu' l I" "illU\ ix ,it' ,i | | \ "
,1,1'I I '- 11.I f.sirutunhsI .i |pt't 1",1"\1 und don't think I
E. A. NIEMEYER, Bint to Bald iiiort mv final ac. < mints' an I>.r i i. I h I I. n r.I .r I I 'Ih.d .'p HHIII' I. H .1 IlllI. ( ,. t 111. I hi Ul llli.l ,tn I 11 IM, "a I l.\ I Ia l you am I take this haimNss, "fruit laxative"

Mitchell Street ...ll11lnl.II''o' uf Billil "III" '. and, ask I .' I i 10, .",,, \ ,, 1.I. ins(' ,,' t I Ii,it \\ "Illl' II ,1":1'I .1 I: : : I II .
for t In Ir approal : 'i":1: : : ,,,i. : ; I :Millions" uf mothiMkeep it handy beause -
; ' In I I I.-I. \Ill I ,MI, ,1 I ,IM w ,il, t I II I Ii n I II I"
_ Dated Ma >' III, A p. 111. r.w I.. r lit. < 1"1"| I \ "" I n. ,in, II I"111, ll I "(II'n. I I.. I na'.nri I" tH Of I IV SlwlhY\IJ, (', 1ml' -The LOll Mull (' I thev know' of ,its t adion, ')It thestoiiiiui
n rn \ \\ i I"i >miAilmlnlnti I
I", I ''I'' < I ill-. "", | ., t ,Ml, ..," ,, ""I < I. 'Il'-Mllll'1, ', ,
------ : - utur .. | .., .. tin.. .i u. <'Il I fit rots near :Ma-ulla ha\c tie reund, live anil liowels
I'" I" d I IO_ ''I'|'l' ,It'tnI IlllHi 11 I si I. ii ii K in \\ i")i'n i I is (iiiunpt
: to the 22- 26 JO 31 38-42 I'' I I ,, 1"1,, . 'niI "%,"I 01' Ml.,, .. V ." >- It" J.'I' It 'lies
Invigorating Palo and SUkly I ,n'n, ,ii,,, I I ..' ii.r, ,,"i" 'I I. I ..il I In Ii, 11 >-.01.1 nun, i slit' ul Hi 1. lullit \ ippli 1 is Mvteen,t ,mi in t'ih''Util and suteAk .

T . I I .nil. \ . i Ii. I I. i n' ill'"i ...11 i In .1"| fereiue ; "
The Old Standard ffeneml BtrenR-lheninir tonic ( I "A'I'IONllIIMHIItIKIN ii h' Ji''l''i''' r M |I. 11 i f i und weijrhJli:!f ouiuts. \ voui"' iliu' r ri--t" for" ..fI-I'ent<>
C2ROVK-8 TASTKI.hHS chili TONJC. d'I'...N out I '' "( "' 5l ' ' I I" ii i' tin. lilll. ..I 1 i . ""|.1.i i ," til., ,1 nunn "
;In: ; : :,, .. ,,, i..h.u.I M .ml las 1 IM I luit of "( '"IfoIl1la, of "
MslsHa..nrlches he blood.and I iiic1n| u p t lie ny Nt III 4 '.url of tile ( ollllO .lI.lgr.. Hlllll. tl fI'lri.lj ,, in '' "" i . Sviup Pign,
m. A true tonic. For adults Bud children ioc ... .. I . '" . .. 1 ,., ,1 I ,, .1,1| , , I,,>, I \ I I' I I"'I I "I"In t tMM
.
.. l.t.c.ilii < tt ) , ,, , 111I \\ ln< )h ( ontnins, n 01"01'0'' foi, baliies,
I. 1 I I II..' .\ " Ml", "ill. u ill i" r I M i | I 1,1\\ Philadelphia" It taken fifty -
I :. lit mi. .11 ix.i: or s tn ( '01 ItT "cnls to tiiniinit "'O"d"' hthr asroute i'ihildiiii, of :all atros attn for (rn>\vnupsI ,

: C 0 c.c. c C C H >oOo \\ h. r.MIA I : )IU.Uthl' t III- ,, ,,,. ,. iiI I''I., ,', ', ', ,' :n1 I, n' r ,'1'I :'::.:: n nrt"in r I" ." 01.1 .I tIi.t t.r'" "1.1,. \ hen \'mlnl

I Ii. II"1.,' \ i- cf, \Inmi, ,, i ilion ,,' ,, "01" 'I'S. 1 h .I I-", .., I." .. ,.,..." ,1", 01 ..,,, .is' I, t I. ..'J.'i', .'. .. in I I'lul.idelphia. aV \ I--omlon

M. TILLER i w ,llh. ''ill mini M ,1.>n I tin,. , ..IHi.inn J ,.. ," I'i . 1" I 'I .,, I"" "' Ii .. "" . I, a", I & I I".1 r I J. I II I Jt| l in lf.rlew' t tiled i of ) t faa. i put a pipe n on now ha' twilve a tattle,)

in i !liiitili. .10..1.1.1'. .f- 'I , \ .' I .. ,, 'ni.,, ', I I" n ; u. it .. .i ,u.s( " I I 01.1, ' I inn n il I i a"t t 'tot i -.
i 'onntv uf. I !(4..i.i.lnTin . "- 1",1 I in ,I I, . 11.1' ,nun. _.. '.,.naurt. .nnr.h -I i Iti 1. 'I I I he J."a" Jet t he ,,1/11'1'/ ( nil I n 111'1 I ""H'lh I ,

_ Real state Agency. I .f<. .iiii. tin.i i. r.ni., to lit.. ,. ,n I i .iliimnlHli , .. " "I'' " ,, d, ... I n 'I 'I :5': .01.I .I i i I. i J\ i I i.s: .'I t i : i I riI ind 'l.i\ ilimn I to die, I the l in .. -- --- -
'Iua.I< t
) nil antj KliiKiilnr, , tli" i\ ,11,, .ill. .1 I I ,irinu' 1)1)" Ien. , ' ,.,"n.t, \ nil' a I I I. I M I ,III, I "'III II I Ii | - -- --- - -

*%m%...mw.mm.a.m%....m*.m....%..* and i.11 dltnrs of NU, ,ul ii. .ii. ',il j i I h .. ..." , " ,' " I Ins' 1\\" Stain, i 1.1\\1.i : i .1:1\i : i ; \ N itt.. metei tan out ami bet, life \\a. ' '' , ,IIIIIIIII"1I1I1III ,,
n 1'1".r tii'fIi. II his,i i 'unit .'i. .' In fi> .r. I I. ." s.h., HI.i' ,i...,i. ni. I i ni '.u"i t.: 1 nMl I giiiliiiiiiiinijtii-iiinimiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii

) Realty bought and sold. till. itt ll 01." i.f II. lob.. ,. \ I II |I''I I ..1....j VI n I II.. I I "aed J
i'n. I 1 I 1'1 h, .,. .. .. I Illl.I |
till- ..hJ.tt..n'. I If an > tin, \ I.." . ,I., lltrnntliiK h. I I 'In i ) < .III
Houses rented. X .. td SI'" I. ,1 "1, ,'.n.t..n' ,' .10..11 I,. 'I M I: I I.I" I
of AiouiI'.lriti
A of l.i-tlirn I I'. 'I 11 I , ,, .nd 1 < "",, ,"" -Ill , Don't just "nibble at"
'n
n i I I.II ill I ondoji, }' l.ti: .". hsh women who
Taxes and Titles verified \s ,tit" III .n"x..d on MI id "Mali oil, ,"i iin
paid ,
,
,, , , ,
11,1 I 'fII
Ir. ]
S ni. 1 n nt i , 1",1, I
wi.l .. t the will b,' ._ ..n.1 to, MI ,u t .:" ((5 I' '111 l l. II' III' It a' : crackers they real
for non-residents. HIIIIH otlur lit i Iii. 1''," ''In.) ,, i Ii" liinnlnA,, $ u"" "'", : \:: ,_ lll'" .. < i. I ,: IrrI'a't I \ 'Ir'I\1 \ I haal" ,,) lookeil) on tbe "'.' of are
1 to
A I' liroiiKht or xonu p ,
, , ,
"& .nl Ii I ,1 I "" I ii ""I.
lu.illlkni .
" .. foodgood time.
,, rat l I I" '" "II llM K \ M t IIIt any
Mill or pit Millie lii, 1 "I", ,, d i ,i. i \ tin,. , ,, nn tIn I. rouge liad taste. ate l>"' !niniti\: to
Fire. Life and Accident In- i II V" )iit I ( liMIMVlll. I": . .. "I
,. . ,, 10" I \
t 11 l (ant "
"
.
Ci.uiilv .1.,1.
.. I I
I \VII' m) niimi. an : I" .1' '' ' ''u'M Tn.r. i I. ,j..l, I .. , I
'. tlilf. hi. luillllN |1' iu "" ," '' ,,' ... Ii,. .Illllll, .ll ta.'. ,, IIII use it in II,,')!(' ((Uantities. Ihe makers
surance. of the ( .u..tv aforiMatil' : "" '"i t n I tl'i. i iIV \I" 4 1'1'' ''' h. lit IM a.nta'tl..l, t ,III, tin*
of .Si pt A. 1> 1'llfll .HI Just' V .III, ,Ii..fl, ,lo I... l h,' 'I", I 1'1'II *assara r M.I It..h.hiiM ill ,t I I'11 ., ii tu. I 1.1.1. i '\ ill of ('osnielus sax that wo.ry fioni the i Jax Biscuits r

t4 Indemnity Bonds. :fal ) T M. Ml'ltrilV. I I"( I.I"',pl.l, ,u.iI'.I." 'I' I 10 \ 11 Ii., .III t < 1 S ,. ."I I I1" ll. 1.1 I.,I making women pale
39 41 I ,ninlluili' ;. .IJ.niI ii. IV-H.' .1 "I I' ii.i, I rt q t a II', I 10 ,, lull.. I iif Ih." Hi.i 01 l nt1 *-"I'|'. "|'., ,' AIII I
-- t I lily aural II |,, ,,II, -U. Il 1 I. n ,Ii, .15 I 1,1, ,I III ., 01 |I' ... Afford delightful
.. .o.o..oo.. o ooooo ---- \ ii', htl ill I" :" Illll'l M"\ Mt I M | | Mt they ale 'or.lnj. r to paints and pow-' menu
,
"' r .nlIi't.n'\ , I m,i v .1] i I. i i.I. ,"" '" I 1",1'' Ml. .1" 'II
t I
In the ('IreuM Court, He. ....110 .1.luiltrialKlorlda. 11,1, :SInk:| l III".IX I I.." I 11,1, , ll I n t",". t n.Jn'J I< I M I t ,III I ,Illl, ,I M III I" I an ant.,t'.I" "I I nb'I \ Illl I' ,"I I"III\ I" "I ll M" den in despatation.To changes, have more nutriment ,

o.cooo..o.oooo. o ('lr..1 In aa.1 far 41..ola ( ..unI I I.i .I"line( I r.\uutin.1 I t It.Ii" um,'', mil II.I In ,"II,,\\ .t Tnt'" tin ',,, I l.f tI,Ml 11', .I I I I II In' *. -- than costly foods.
t lit" 111 "um I |I" I "\ ,1.1.'.1 I Irs" I tan Hiilil, ili\ mil, I
n III Iif nfflt "XilteH| 1111 ;
X !Statutory Action of *ilop lon of a MM. . .\ "'tl.l.i : 4 lii. ll.HIM.ill HIM, h ullii-l) .liiiHliiiHH an inirotiil .\ \ I pi event suet from stukinjf to I '
l-rtltlon of Krrd Mrl.nUK hlln. S. i Hi.n, 1 This Coiporatl. ah..11
linetlii
Halil
C.W. TO A1.14 WHOM IT MA ,''':-H: : .., IHI' t p. i t p.. 1 tin ll\' ',r until illnui nt a < | \t| t .Is..h) i oini. I, i t..u.t.I. full >In i a ml,I .s.s' '"in" e I Ihl' k"f.lwl1 hopping sprInkle itaith I!

GRIFFINStaple Ho It known that on the 18th day of m dung' to III"H1'I"L& r.S. .r IIIMI, In tin. illHlilit Hhilll npiex.titin a little ground rice. J..h.iII. Crack. Work. jKaMnlk.. Fb 4

October A. It 1916. 1 will apply, to IheHonorable K .h.. ... 11",1t'h ow II..r Hliall In. en
i lion 1 'I ttne. I liuHlm' MK of I ('or .
AV Perkins Judge if .lat
James < tile I t M "ursmti' In flalanatu Court' for the Seventh Judicial pi.iiitlnii. until nth.'rw I'. .pintil. h, fin e\ii\ inn. .
the Circuit , wilting '\ilnl .11,1 n
.
and ,. itnarl! 1 of I I'Ml i i tut" sli.ill ...
FancyGROCERIES
HllilllIlKl
\111
ClrcOlt of the mute of Klorlda if 1 I.I lilt ll\l, Illl ll\ Hlllll oil IM I '
it.11".1, t t l.\ a I i'uI'sinIr'TJt., .i \ 11 I t'r ,'nl
for the legalization of the adoption of ,I I n H t
A 1 S" r.'la ,, mid a T i iP.a n .n .ini r I Idhe nn "' .. ttll. lnigtti''t'juliat
Wllllu Mae Rime, a child now reKldlnitIn 1.1 of I 1.11"i .". ,t..t s. I.. I I., i "IIIP.n( ) ,( 1" pllNOII IOC I\I1U eUlltoll Hlllllt STOKES SEEDSAUK
..., \otlK Jit i H.llll
III
Kmnlininue OsceolHCounty u
the City of '
fi.im tlu.iIi.. ,tnt ,1'uu"1.. IH 'the : .. Halil. I IHIII1'iteil
<'lo.lda.DRted ill\ i I it il 1 i 1 I. < till it 'lI..n '
1 this the 16th day of September.A. niitnlx) 'r of mil.: :It.iniil I I.. 'I'r:: li,1. 'lu;,1 I thlB 27th day of hn.|>teml.>etI .
HI.nuB a. tot I tit I.e :a il.l. n j GROWN FOR CAREFUL PLANT ERS
t
I III
9K D. 115. the IImltR *1..1,1. The offli .. nf ,. IIts' order nt the Bunrd of SupervIsors l '

: ,Free Delivery to all Part Van. Agnew FBKD& Crawford MCLAUGHLIN. I tarv held and hy the the officeof Hllnie pel.Bon Tu'snurer Phi. ml u v i Seal ) ( Signed) FIIANK L..Presidenttti RIIJ S. Stokes seed Farms Company .

Counsel for the 1'etltloner. 89.41 of I IMrcctorB may appoint MIH'h, otflcvrs. __r-

of the CitySOME or HKPtltB IIH III tin.'.It, JlJilKBBll 1 \ J. :N WII1TNKR Secretary

LEGAL NOT1CH may seam wi,.'. find nhnll |lor..HC& VANS AUNKW & CRAWFOHD. MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEYrn:5 .
fur surh officers mich, lA-
1lit or a (entM. Attorneys fut the Bnard 41-31 I
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J era And ilnlli.H. im In I tlnlr (lis :, TilE ESTATE! Of M. I). TllVDAIJ.
mnwi' proTi. --
Jecc..ed. S. n'tlitu 2 Tin. ntrnnnai I "
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Hint t tin "tr ::19It'l' UK 'i'in- 1"1>'rin'N OKIlll ...cC <
leo Is heri'liv given U4 HI
Not .
illi li ill I. I' I.,"
> i :' n' ii .
\\ldnw of Die uli.i\o. nurned ileiiilintM .p", ;l"r : , ; : 'I. ': IIIVI HTAII.1 : II \ Mi -
Sn nnl ,u. sil,i \ i M I I u i n. n
OF THE THINGS I) Tliidiill vu li.i, illiil' 1 Inlintiiti., I ull \ 'an ("I.I .t. II I \III" | I, .1|, ,l, |I. V \1 1wh" -.1- >:: :: :EEIJt:
WE MAKE([ .h. I loriornliliT ) . ,. 1".an..I1'I Ie. Klorlilnl '
prenont ro> iiitilioii to Ii I II.I .,11 I Hi "fur I 10 , I'' HiiMlnrHNilrmlirr NKW C'ltUT JUST AKKIVKD:/ ,,
M. MinplM', tin. Ciuinu JudK-e f

t 9sTen Metal Ahlnrlce.Xaion ,'''011. Count1* .. ... nt lla ..'11..e In .-f Illl. I ,K" K :Jml.. "11\. POSTPAID

Metal the Court Houne I In KlHHlnnnee. I'loriila S. i tin ii i l rmii, the, i.rn. ,,
g (Xllnc.BBTe on Moods )'. thn 4th day of OHobrr. A il'll..1.1 I i lit I tin. \niin, ,, ,,,il I M. I"n n, .. f. I'h It I :sol lit KHi Cr)8tal Wax nen.iuda pkg. I lie ; oz. 30c ; 1Ih } ] OQ/fb' $3. 50.
'CIV Trough and o..tt. i]I., 11, .M mi Coll.itetii, al) 1 Seiurltvi
< for the aiipoliitmt of Com ,in loll in.n Ii i n Six I I. n I I 'n''H I i I. n I I. "
I). 1M1B.
.. Cewdswtor Pipe PItIIS5S. mlBalonem. to ".IK" my Bower Inton-Hl ,,,,,, lln,1 tIne \llllNlll., HK of 111.. ,, n ," 'maI i it. In i, t Hi.in& , Rant mid! KBl.ito lllHiolititH. S 222055inKliil Sr,1H" 22Ml White Bermuda-\Pkjr. Oc ; Oz. 20c ; 'i lb. 70c);/ $2.:i6! .

Oaraae4 "b....... In the said estate accurdliitf to law I Ion Hh.1( I I iii I i on., iiii I i ii iv I, t ii". i(, "I..w i :.n 'n nh i n I HiniHe l.natiH. hutplture, a mlI Red Bermuda-Pkjf. 5c ; Oz. 20c ; W C6c ; I 19'/$2.00.

..... c........... Awnlncv.Bhaes At which time and place all parties In log nflli r. 4":4:111: :
c" If d.mproper. l'IIESII" ';:'>:')r ,.nf I' ii< I i iMnieH, Louisiana ('rc'olapkg. hOc ; oz. 30c ; '4 )b. $1.00 ; Ib $3 50. '
ateial Roaflac.Meeal interest may attend they VKT-l-Hl--llil-NT" ; : : I ;:; \\. llnrrUKKcitnvAKi in ft ,naa, (lin,, in, pi.tnti il lialikH fir.2" :Ifii '

e "BHekKMIns.. k 'fitl': \St'itlR; : \\ 11I'"k. i IM i < anil Mi'nix I I 168 43 Our Bermuda Onion Seed is Genuirc: Imported Stock and the < ,
.. ROSA H. T1NDALI .10 on, Hand, I IT1- ITiiH'H
1 Metal HIM.?. fndlnc.V AdministratrixNOTICB im I'alil 546 711 best that money can buy.KILGORE. I
g-4t and laxiH
> \Hr> ( IK1 DIUKCTtillM I"
II M
) i &e.. Mcetable (ColTert. ,- -
ftke.V II 1-inli .Iv. harris SEED COMPANYPLANT
t f t Isaperlal ...... .. .C.oJ..rta. AriTin B Total _ - _ 46(673 ,

Turpentine Stills and Cope.Metal OFAnMINI TRATOR. Section 1 Thin. i .in ....rrtll..n nlmllBrtop art. .FLORIDA.PHON5X216
Flaal Dlackara)
For
c: I Sbeet Centres.MetaJ ( .. nn auiroprlatti'... BI.nl, nnil] nhnlllopt I.HHII.ITIKM-
HOOf) tIll _
1'.ld l I In
.. .. ltal Stiuk -
.. tsf. .f ( ) IU-I..awH for the feov l rniin.11' *.ar .
arlls4i. Im Court ef C... y Jadare 8 to
s- Dred. Pipe and _11_.. Florida. Oarcola County.. (Its harter,AffRirB and. not the In..I"I..nl laws' of the t with State its ofFlorida a I-------(3 vial uail Deposit! subject) K9 *40000+.li ooooo.oo.oOtOOO/ ++OOCOOc.oooo+++.+++++.+.....

Im re Batate of Checks outHtandlriK 23 24
eppan..ltb. which Fly-Laws bi I ltr's
B..... Sr may 359 60 -
Waiter -
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is i : ; ........ Sheet M.4aJ Werkera.aafc Notice I. hereby given, to all whom amenili'd. altered or 'I"'AI"I. In tinnanner l 5 I KarnlnKB _ h -

. dealer. .....1. .. hr __ twelfth provided! t In Hali II l\ .1."" a coo .Ot.oooooooooooo..o.ooooooooooccoooo..ooooo..o.
.4 yeair"' .r I It may concern that on the day A IITlf '1.\<; 7 Total _ - _ - - - 24646.73

\ le siea. of IMS. I chall apply Section 1 The highest amount iif In. ;
: R."eCW'obn.a.DT.; Judge A WISE
M. Murphy. MAN
4 to dehteilness to w hlch this. C.nrporation St of Florida. I I Ila .r. 'a..
: if Bald Court. a. Judge of Prebate, for may nt an\ time Bulijert Itself strait , (5 County urn ; '-.1' carries sufficient
nodouble
: lH flORIDA MffAL PRODUCTS CO. :ny dlacharce aa Administrator of the exeeed the amount of Its Capita l]< F Hoe Cashier of the above- : ,A4 FIRE INSUR
wtate of Walter Baaa er., deceased ; Stock (.1 1 Hank do Moleinnly swear that t ur ANCE to protect his property

bes. E. A... .and that at the same time I will pr.- AHTir-I.E R hue ,ove stnteinenl Is true to the best while he is living' anti ample LIFE '

lent to aid Court my final account. Kictlon 1 The narms and njildenci. ''ml knowledge nd hellefIt -. INSURANCE
: .UCK80XVILLE. J. o :.. Administrator of maid .tat. and ask ot the nuhRcrlliltiK Inroriioratoi) .. tu, V KDR.Cashier. + _____ to protect his family

I for their approval. uU .retherwith. the amount of Capita I in the event of Ms death. He

Dated June 12:. A. v. un.HENRY tock subscribed for b> i.nn'fl at ,. at.follow. ('a u.ct..Attest., 3 II '..5$1.0 Insure his earning capacity j'v
T. BASS
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-- . ,1 ]M SMITH,
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-o-a-mo-6mo Administrator. Numlier or 2a. HUNT. .9. U by taking out an ACCIDENT and ,

i nrne Address ..h".H. t F HOI Directors J 0 HEALTH POLICY. Be pa the

NOTICE F5fl'FVfltlCATiONEI'ARTMKNT .H M I'eake. KlKBlmmec. Kla in 1 i'ti Hied and sworn I', before me afe lide.W. .

.tH Ptake KlBMlmmee. Fin 20 this h day of Sept. ItIB
Of THE IWTKRIOH .1. "r. Harris Klsslmmee... 20 J. H BAAS. t '4' write all Iineof IN3UR-

1.'. 9. LAN' OFFICE AT UAINKSVILL.K AFFIDAVIT OF INCORPOUATOHS 4 ZIt Notary Public ANCE that insure and endure

MAXWELL FLORJ5JA.SEJ'T. 4, IBli.ermal tate of Florida > / None but RELIABLE old lin .
I N.. *1*.TSNotice ) .... STATUTORY co..
\ Bounty of Oscola > ACTION x panic. im this agency '
'
RichardC. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN 4, D. G. WAGNER ,
that an
:
I. hereby given p.
the 1Ie..t.,1.4fnlt -
ID < Irrl.l t C.urtf r _
*
HOUSE Moore. of Lokoaee Florida who. on DB IT KNOWN. That before me. Ihenderslaned .. *f the $tat. .t Klarl4amt t a, J7. : S-d Floor OU..s Bank Bille '

May ZOo 111. mad. Homestead EntryNo. Notary Public In and for I far Oswe tai O.mmtT'IDorrioi / ._ Xbs"amee a -
he State of Florida this Fia.
010 7S. for SBV4 of NE I and NB 4 day person ,
J$ Towmhlp $1 South. tally appeared H M Peaks. w. II OF CHILD/
COFFEE of Range BK14,14 Section East. Tallahassee. Meridian: Peake and J. W. Harris each to meper.onailv .1'be P I..t _,..W.... M.L..gklia V._ _ +_ 4+ #

has filed notloe of Intention to make > the Individuals known described and known In to and me who tie anal S da MLJiU.. .fri. Wit a. aN4t

Three-year Proof to establish claim to xecuted the foregoing; Proposed Char-
.l Is Perfect the land bore described before Cleric ter. who. each for himself upon oath. N4)Tl OK AFPLICATON FOR

of Circuit Court at Klsslmmee.: Florida .vrally acknowledged that he executed FOR ADOYTJON'TO ,

'( Your Grocer on the list day of.October1(16.Claimant witnesses: the said Proposed Ch.rl.rtr..I and ALL, HOM ITlie MX'Y CONCERN:
Ask for
voluntarily the
name. and
taem .
purposes of
'J It kfcwn thatNovemberlAi n tbe, Ind day
'... R. B. Willis of Lokosee. Florida.F. herein pressed wewlll apply
D. 1,115. Lumber Ce.I
:
1':. "Wall of Kenansvllle, Florida.C. WITNESS my hand and ofnolal seal to the Hliorable/Jamee W. P.rkinaJudge May .

4\\ r I H. Padsrett. of Loko_ Florida.D. ..t XlsfOmmee City this 18th day ol of le Ckrpult Court of the BevQlreult .

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.' I f FLORID: ANNUAL now to: be aurt IdL'' Notary Public (State WAONFR of t the' rallmatlon for theRobert !. aia Retail ealel I.
will The Annual will ROBERT W, DAVIS, Florida, adoption M.thew" Evan., a t
that stet one.
you My commlsBlou ,
.. Illustrated 31.it Register.. :xpireB Jan)' minor <'hlCity. tow residing' in Klalrnm
comprehensive 40- r'be a Iflth
bOOkl.h 1S17 I Ia
KloHda.ReptenVber .
( 'xS Osc_ County. n
10or'more pages
It''" ,i cover Nassau. DuTsL I cbs;. ,tohns. IN COURT OP OOVKTTT ;JVDOK.TATR Dated thl ITth.. .. A. 1>?.' Itlt.TOKD yfLLOW.PfN; LUMBER
,
:ii. Putnam' Volusla. Semlnole. Orance, OK FLORIDA IN COURT OF Col'aTy! JUIGE HA .
d Erevard Oseeola. fit. Luole. palm Beach STATE OF VIAJOHNSTON IDA McLAUOHIJN' ,
h'"t. ttSCiaOI COUNTY 'IO.lInA,
,.1'/. ...' of. Cade and Monro. counties. It will tellthe .5 ,- OSCEOLA ('OIJNTY OAURBTT .: l-4t. J : Shi n gi sandEatlis '
1 petitioner* V"Bealed
.\\1 of resources'of each county. Including Wf
.'. Ii'I \' kind of lands, transportation facilities, I. re Estate I. r. E.t.t. .f IIr..l.: H. 1I..ld..., If." *tk'' n- ? .
"
,. t 'roads.* and crops crown. It will also / J.er.bygIV.dtto'.li'.Svhrimit Notice I. hereby II'h'"n. 10 all whom CEFO51IUSI"t5' :: P 'titnn't at
." "' tell Of sports afforded name. of hotels may concern, that on the -10th day It may concernu thai on tha 10th . 'Cr.-' ; .5 41OUSC.BILIS4.SPCIALTY':' : ; i a
.. ); ...eI'much -valuable Information for of February." D.' l"l&. I shall apply' 01 February. A. D. 1916. I day rece"Ivelt'bFtthS( Ii< ; '
shall '
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bldslwlll tf"nS .t"'t1I"f1o'4 I. <' "
, ; ...I: .J: winter r..idsit.tout.ta.home..aker.. to' the'Honorable Ti M. Mrphy..Judg.of to tbe'Honorbl. T. M. Murphy Apply % OeceoUCounty. ; IIetaUglr.l ;.t\'V *h 'J '\t', '(
.0
Florid.'frni and townspeople said Court aj Judge of Prolmte, fermy of eal4. J'"llfe Hoard of OckmUieloneri 7 !l.l ,(; iAu. : l.W. I ,, -
.> nd 'T COII"L .. Judge ot Frohuat.. for I t tl .X 'It: T October Find. '1I ; !,. :o:" ; .
< :
? : Administrator of up "
with In
order Ct cent. final illscharm .
todaj
'" '" '. end your (fly IIDal dl.ch"r""e .
Keesbury deceas'd a. 1mlnIMlr.tor H1S. on ptl ,,g.Jilik.trat.4.8&SOItet : :avIi .,.Ys \( Courteoi Attiti.n: a4 Pispt I liT : ',<,' .', ;! '
:tc" 'ltt , amps or.ooln for each i copy desired. tI'e' estate of Aaron of the estate of ErwIn H. Rridge" .. .. 1. ? "jioif: ) i
1.- ;
-. ",1i dosenj special prios) on terirer And that at that time I will present of Oncnola Ccfaty. : ( > jnTrs. nflpecincVtlonl r n,5&--T'l. .. i- : a : I I. ,
'.1> -t ::1! I.tO per ; cea..dt and at the same time I will I / maybe. had bjr; *.pply.InM' .. i'J" JJ ) ,I t ', ,

I ,. :;1 out iiantltlesThe November! *Annual J.-ltJ will Orders-rsoel be' Issued.4" A4piiph.t5tOrsO to said Court my t.al4 final,.tat.aooounta... .11". aor'thoirtpreYaL' .preaEit'to.s Administrator.Id Court my final .ccount. I II to .:I: U-0*>r.tr ef.ClerIc; ,, Kleelra- IIi 'ne214;; Kissintije
>< 1. . of .a14 e.tatp wlir !. > n*Hed 'i ; { ja :
';'. .. -. 'Ii ,now will be carefully 'IIlIed' .. .oon ( f t ..., ".''..F. ;:'.# . I ,'''" their pro..L and ak. I I td raice.CSerkuai-5.Florida*J ildr... ... rA..U-& .<..>.".> '-AI, . I :; i', ;; ,_

." tl 'A weal Is ready for the- aiaila Dated Aug2ad..A.Y Utli Pa.4.Augupt2r tl 1815 I Of .1 J..JIiJlaT.....;"' ,. - tt 1. : If"i.\ ..'. " \t'1<' >\,,''''' 'JI ,...-'th. t.If.u1 1.... ",.( '44.I '
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: j""P: t c m :$ .1 m S moTt DROUOHT. .Attt"I': : ,,' : '" .
", Administrator.. Ii I : TRKE1'C.rL) 'H; & ,l ci, .,:. i ',, '. 'H h'. ''',' .. .-a_ .
lt. I iI.u \ ,.1a. ..,r "' . J 'III'; I a..I' "r' ,3.J.'PVE, j, ; .. '> ,, 7 utLtt

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mDAOCTOIIEg 8. 1915. KISSlMJIEB,''VALLEY GAZETTE'' .
:. '1\\ .....
I . j n'ver. suJpoliteness 'C -- ,
ItAISk711009) ON wild W.stlw'! Why. ;aaw
*"' in Florida;b f1i'f.1 apparent'that ,,tb. greater sales in the old ones 1 o anywhere > {
f
v coiulng/seaaon1', will be'*,.particularly: so productive to'justify'th: ,FLORIDA: .,,FARM c alien.perlittto ladies ,'
Cowboy-We're .
Plant: : :Gitnisl]: : advantageous one'Jn the'makJng 'ofn'8w' bars In' greatly increasing the;' : .
.., ., C C3.tDV: : Strickland' hu formed a partnership ,rna'am. ,
,, groves.1"Land'::Jprtces:are- s''I low ity along advertising* and sell with'' the proprietor of: the English lady.-Oh, as for'that; there, '

as. they ever.will be apln'ln' FloridaIn There are indications'' that ot ;. everywhere '. '+ .
'
f Cokely-Slrlngfello'w farm near Gainesvlll. is plenty * politeness '
From Farmer and' lIo e.eeker. "
'( Florida: fact with the great' increased keting' agencies In'. eoramer Fla'., and will raise'hogs. Eta But I'refer to the men. Why, In Lon u' O . tdonthe''inerty'behave'
values in the grain belt of'the f4orth than a co-operatfve'way'themselves. horiibIT'tows -

been ,r and West, It is ,exPected"by shrewd fo"rcet tq} put vo ple'crops will be grown, but box raising "% but. er* they treatxn: ',,-4" it
hereticsaeyer,; ; :, a time'ivhendtrua market h.i-eafter. Jnt the 'ma kiInr will be the principal ,Industry/ one another; \ fa' '"'

|v industry In, ,Florida, l Held field,, the'Florida Citrus Exchange t" observer placeman exodus that there from will that,shortly section: : take to change campaigns advertising, especially he.eaf;.since The Cokely-Btrlngr.ellow farmwhich I I all thei'-aa delicately,so gentlemen\S- <.In .,+ '

promise for the Intelligent men' stronger than eVer, with a much e contains several thousand acres, Is drawing-room. .;r r'
Florida the only, ptste .in the Unionin done for fruit identified by safer '
i women in it in ; hogs wellas Cowboy-Ye. ma'amt's ,
engaged larger membership section of the Mole I well adapted to mining; as f
which there is name-"Sealdsweet.
any amount of untilled ,, a
laftur. State where it operated heretoforeand the growing of crops. Mr. Strick r
Just about went the limit was land that values here will almost will be buoYing Florida onjH that an
the orange and grapefruit growershis support of no small magnitude *! .land, who will have> charge of the A fond mothjrr hearing i
| certainly show a big upward -jump. grapefruit every year'an,f Julias expected, sent her"boys ', "h
state. Not always have they IIJl many communities where it had not Labor cetf1 at hog Industry! formerly resided at earthquake .
is be
cheaper and more plentiful seem to a reasonable to +
I taken hold I befor last All in Ocala Fla. Southeastern Live to a frlend in the country bed j
her season. -
'advantage o bounty( in suchy
( ; in the
I Florida now than it has been in planting of groves njtne. of it. In a few,, days
as to get the utmost from their all, the man who owns a -'grove in [:Stock. out of Uie way '
years, owing to the temporary interruption ill the friendt : D
of
supply then increasing! note from ;
Florida, who for cultivates s\ytf got a
cares '
es. Sometimes they} have fallen ,
of the lumber ,
|such careless habits with relation fertilizers, and sprays it in the right turpentine industries,, due'phosphateand to the prove a profitable Inve K,. Let i I A I llKASON FOR POLITENESS Please take your" boys" home Woman's-and send c

natters of cultivation, marketing, .way and who takes advantage of the European war. The clearing of the there be no loss attenti* trus English lady .(traveling>\, in We rn along tfie earthquake.-The *' '

; as to interfere for a little while, best that is offered him in the market. land can be. done this fall and winterat fl-uits than heretofore bi consideration \ America) The idea of i calling re the Journal j

their success in a big way. fing of his fruit may feel pretty well a lower figure than has been possible of forage andtc'4p! ? s,I wA. j

ch setback that the industry has has an investment that may be regard- for some time past. Therefore and Florida will come f. own': C.: CARSON Pre nt. N. C BRYAN Secretary.; ,'r i .

ved, whatever the cause, in the satisfied with the present outlook. Heed the cost of planting, etc., will be cor- I "tropical "
'i has For in- as even more stable than a manufacturing low. of'I' not only an a producer, l MT
proved a blessing.; respondingly The scarcity
ice, many of our growers haveled plant in these days of wars potash has forced our growers to I fruits but as a g"it.rminJr! Th Waters & Carson 1 .
and of WithlOWI1 '
by the prevalence of insector rumors wars. study the problems of fertilizationmore ; I state livinK'well rI ( '

plant diseases, in their owh Even in the past, though the in- closely than ever before and asa sources. ;

r yes or in adjoining communities, dustry was just finding itself, the result means have been found for I I' j jI 1

ultivate with a care not previously grove owner; gave his trees a fair show keeping the growth and productionof MANY SEE MILLS: Grocery: Company f '

lidered necessary, only to find that has found them mighty profitable.We groves up to the. standard at less A! .. '. ;

better attention given to their heard the other day of a gentlemanin i expense than formerly was thought I ITp R

reflected itself in much more the central part of the State who I ne esaary. Several of the largest Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES 4 ,

table production of oranges and sold a collection of properties aggregating I nurserymen of the state, have announced Sufferers RescuMTw''VT Hope '
pefruit less than one hundred acres for I that their prices for citrus Had Kad dand ''re1'Fi <<

gain on occasions when pricesnot about 125000. These properties had trees will be reduced during the coming enta '., t ,

altogether satisfactory, the been in his possession for ten or I\ea80n. owing to their increased SuflWrs ali over f ef Geor- M' f .:

(wen generally have been disposed fifteen years and on them,were several production.. Certainly everythingseems gia irtve found a .deliverance -- .: r"

ok into the'questions of market- good sized orange and grapefruit to be working together to uliarly fVwfrT the common ills of stoAr in "th.ubles pee 44444444444440, . . . . . .or 444004044440440 : .. "f.. ,

much more closely, usually to find groves. When he sat down to figure make feasible the extensions of citr Remarkable storJ health' regained fl-. 0 4 ,

6' (it they had not been getting the up his profits and loss account, after plantings in our fair state. are told by r8' who have 0. WE SELL: 4 4 WE BUY: 4 0 t ; .t .

er return for their haphazard: and. selling out, he found that the returns 1 But the biggest thing in the 'taloR' used Mayr's Wondltemedy.The first It 4 0. 0 ,.t,
fflcient methods. from his citrus fuit had been sufficient I of encouraging featuresxx onne"ted it a remedy with lid. I .* HAY 4 'r '
stomach 0 HIDES
any. 0 'J
dose is
to river the original purchase price ofj with the citrus industr Florida is always pro It quick. '> ,
(
the past year the prevalence in w sufferer who tnei >8 \ .or GRAIN 4 A .
the land, and all costs of operation the prospect for increased demand for Here are what twin say: 0 FURS
( sections of the
ew state of citrus Ga. 4 a
while he owned it, to say nothing of I the oranges and( apefruit in REV. J. WEtatesbor< .or FERTILIZERS 0 v
grown
leer has led to the revival of the table. 4 WOOL 4
4
the many improvements hade on it, this state. Th educational campaign I just escaped Aerating wou'dbe 0 .F .
l it effective cultural methods as; the Now! I can eat whJea- ; I .or SHINGLES 4
leaving him the entire amount for conducted! > the Florida Citrus with 4
Exchange AND
y
0
prices which prevailed for a while glad if every'suffering' {
t which he sold and a little more as net ready has accomplished stomach trouble learn your I ..or.or ORANGE BOXES 0 4 f4 ,
winter for the first time turnedt.hou&ht '
profit on the deal. Another extensive wonde-fs in this direction. Everybody remedy." 4 0 0 ALL 0 y t i
of many growers to the' SALISTA Tlld65 La FranceSt. I + .
orange grower who keeps an accurate u lorida knows that 4 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 t'
our oranges are taken
>ave your COUNTRY
AefHs of organized marketing fa- ., Atlanta, Ga .
ties". record of his operations reports tha setter than those<< grown in California, remedy five wee11.148 done me I 4 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 '
he has received for the<< past ten year'san and that our grapefruit is superior to I much good. Ifr I hardly' know 0 0 0 PRODUCE 0 '.
oday, as never before, the great is fine.Mayr's ." O 0 I i. 1
average f. o. b. price for h' fruit that I my Btrenglhmfetite \ 0 0 '
produced anywhere<< else, but the CRATE NAILS 0 ;
jority of citrus in I Florida WonRemedy gives
under such cultivation groves and of $1.55 per box, giving him an actual !' great American puttie, to which is to'' permanent resu r stomach, liver \ 0 4 0 0000000040000000. . . I,
care 4400000000000040 ,
will make then properly resistant net profit of more<< than Wty per cent. be sold; our product needs<< to be told and intestinal a'1"-' Eat as much r

These are not isolated cases-thou- the facts. Up to this time the Citrus and whatever p18No more dia- and teed of all kinds. '
garden
(disease and insect enemies. Groves of in We ell field '.
sands of other *ers have done as Exchange han been alone tress after eat8"8"/6 gas and camping parties .
in its -
are Dot. taken care of in such a gr.9 rec- the stomach ground the heart. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting .;
well as these wt. ognition of the existence of this druggist now in limits. 'Phone No. 12. (
9 city
y as to do this are likely to be so ne- Get one bottlerour Free delivery
Not there Its and try it on ,solute guaranteeif We fur good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pries yy\ I 4 Y;
productive that the fruit from them on9'A encouragement in cessity. work for the opening of I not 8atisfa money will be refunded are county agent :

II not be much of a factor in the I the pasjk'history of the citrus industry new markets and the development of I on fertilizer : tov
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ANNOUNCEMENT _,:

'OF C E, THOMAS NURSERIES TO GROWERS ,

-WHO CONTEMPLATE SETTING GROVES THIS YEAR'fhe ; "

most vitally important{ feature connected with the setting of a new "- ll llC i

rove IS THE SELECTION OF STOCK. To insure the largest percentage of . n i

the nursery stock must be healthy and vigorous the varieties must be the '

the buds must be from proven trees the roots must be well developed, and the "

must carry the unqualified guarantee of the nursery: from whom you purchase. ..

In order lo secure these various features in their very highest degree, you have but to J 4.J '. '

your order with this nursery- RAP I'- <

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Marsh Seedless .. saw
Our nurseries are located at Eagle Lake and Lake .Wales Florida in the famous Winter PernambucoExcelsior -_, '

If district, the tried and proven location for raising good. citrus fruit trees. Late, Hall's Silver Cluster \ : ,

STOCKOur and Walters. ._ ...::::-.-..
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trees this year were practically all budded on extra large healthy three-year-old Miscellaneous Citrus Fruits Dancy JS -'::. t 1a.... '"' ry
Pink -
Kumquats ; .
with Tangerine King Orange 4
good strong root The .
well-developed systems. trees we offer will be from "" fr' '

to forty per cent. better than the average nursery stock sold on account of ouij Shaddock. r t P

these well-developed seedlings. LIMES (Budded Stock)The Tahiti and Mexican.

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Our- bud-wood TIDE LIME INDUSTRY of FLORIDAThe h-:.: '
was most carefully selected from healthy, prolific bearing trees of pr '

type so that you are sure to get tried stock true to variety. time industry is today attracting as much attention as any other branch ; bf. L t

Read the following letter from S. C. Inman: of the citrus fruit growing business and we believe is destined to become of grw"1 +s '

C q a .M.Nw ar..,L,.. ss a,.. ...-. r.Y.- VARIOUS KINDS OF ROd'' importance. "' +

I STOCKWe There are today comparatively few growers raising limes,- and therefore;It l'
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,'. can furnish trees of all ds should appeal especially to those who contemplate planting citrus groves. %There '

all land owners should plant at least a part of ,
budded on either rough lemon ur are several excellent reasons why M
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grapefruit
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any doubt as to kind you should pnt '
F.-"cc.\IIuA....._,,_ PEACH TREES: ,r
UJf It I$ describe land as to quality of soil din-
Budded on Pasco Plum stock our specialty ; also on'peach stock ; the best

,, _k_* 1.1..- na.Tk M VWMrU. age, etc., and we will advise you. varieties for Central and Southern Florida. Plant peach. trees between the rows t r,

,.... .. BEST VARIETIESWe '.
and start your income in two years. .

I -I 11&.. ,I... la,. .r n. 1 T*., ."M Mt taat lll bud tonly standard even ANGEL JEWEL WALDO AND HALL'S: YELLOW tai
', N ta ...: ... fer eta S tee.t1tr .f Iei We4 fr tli.ye...*... varieties, the best that can be town.
Pall. re r f1- te s.y $5.5 It ._Inw11.r .e a ._1........ ,
.N. sea wary rartellf... tree we pee _.U.a. l -11 a Ia _IU. The following varieties are our and-- OUR GUARANTEE
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aa ell L eter. instructions given in our catalog N ir!fMe
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es ......1M. j..r.t.tf. .. . ..... .Ma. we will!1 guarantee every tree 10 grow.
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We
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FOR MEN Ladie w Shoes at a closing out price. LADI IS' SKIRTS / .


_ A; } They \ high grade and guaranteed


r' ELK regular SKIN SHOES$2.50 ,kind the, for $2 e 25 . solid leather. I A New Line of LADIES. : SKIRTS just : \

/ A fEW Of THE: PRICES Received in REAL WOOL SERGE: : at t'

MEN'S VELVET OOZE $3.00 Gu it t Pu nps, ankle strap $1.98
ii t $ I 75 3.00 Pa 1.98 $1.48 $1.89 $1.98 $2.98 1 1k
SHOES, $2.00 value at mps, ankle strap .
3.00 Pat 1.98
mps, cloth tops -
3.00 Gu Ll. 1.98
cloth
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f .SO Pairs Ladies' \Vhite 89 cents.
, was Pumps, Special Saturday Only,



;.t Home 01 5. 10 and 25. cent t Goods DOL R LIMIT STORE Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars" f .

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''DEFINITION Whenever You Need a Oeoeral Tonic or would take good lot as part pay FOR SALE-Just one 20 acre tract
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: ,,> : OF WHAT GO SUNDAY SCHOOL DA Take drove' ment, balance lik rent. Owner Box unimproved land near KJsslmmoe. f
36-tf cash or :
Tasteless 247 City. Will sacrifice for (
The Old Standard Grove' payment
!: : IS IMMATURE chill Tonic is equally valuable as a to responsible buyer.
:, GREAT SUCCESS IN HSIMMEE General Tonic because it contain: the FOR SALE-Lot of second-hand fui- P. Barnes Darby, Pa. Mt-pd ;
FRUITI
well known tonic properties QUININE niture-beds, springs, dressers,
i and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive chairs, stoves, etc. See J. E. Rush, t r
-1i;u Washington. D. CIn I out Malaria, Brriches the Blood and S 6-tf FOR RENT-Six room modern cot-
k 'ri, :;. ." to repeated requests from many Go to Sunday School Day was a I ion in South Kiss also had a I Builds up the W.ole System. :SO cents. city. tare, close in; $12 per month. E. .,, t
growers and shippers of grapefruit success in Kissimmee.The I: similar. attendance, E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur t
J .' ncrease of i FOR SALE-Two boats; one 35x10, 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn). nF
i '-'; and Florida orangen: the Bureau of day was generally observed by about 1 1(1(1-( ( TopetL! 16 ance.
had attendance
M. one
n an IS THIS YOUR EXPERIENCE ? 18 H. P. T. & engine;
1 t, Chemistry In its next Service and' the Sunday schools of the various of about lRain8t half I foot long, 4 H. P. engine, will sell SALE Small Iron safe, at the
Regulatory Announcements will dev churches last Sunday with the result that number irneriIThe collection )\ I cheap; also one pair large mules.H. FOR uazetle office.- tf
; fine the terms "Immature! and ma that 777 persons were enrolled in the was for the \\st Orphans I :Many KisBimmee People Are Afflicted W. Thurman. 22-tf |

,, + J turity" as applied to these products. classes of that date. llonx- at Arcadia an< church and I With Annoying Kidney Ills.. _._- ---_._-----_ ---- -- --.---
.' ;a This definition Is made because It Is The figures furnished by the various Sunday school gave $ I

n' ( believed that it wll give shippers a Sunday schools were as follows: Tile rhurrhed ,'uIiKre manifest Are you bothered with too frequent

; v+ } more exact means of determining for Baptist ___u h_ _ _ 2r!) a like incii-ase ov, usual, attendance action of the kidneys Are the secretions I 50 NEW CYPRESS '

? 'j J} themselves whether their fruit has Metho u.t _- u _ ;. 29?()!> which was 'ratifyingKencral l highly colored?! .-do they contain FOR SALE LADDERS

I ,I) reached the proper stage for marketing Christian u --_ hu. _ !9n() !to I the pastor and the 1 1 s..dimenl.--burn and scald in voiding ? I:I '
-.t -a matter about which at pressnt Episcopal -: : ly. It is to be hope this es- I These are all signs of kidney sickness j 20 TO 35 FEET IN LENGTH: It;

$ A there Is much uncertainty. Presbyterian unuh h'U !IO petvnl effort will set tLce for ? and should not be neglected." Kissim1 of

\ The definition Is as follows: Special programs were rendered in general: increase in attlce in all)[ I 1 mee people recommend Doan's Kidney j, Inquire ta

'" With the information now available each of the schools. our Sunday schools. we are Pills. If your hack aches and your I jI j WATERS'& CARSON or G. R. LAWSON, KISSIMNEE, FLA. -
{ '. the Bureau of Chemistry cone ; At the Methodist Sunday school) 11 talking about what woufl he best I kidneys are weak you will l find no

; r -- .. .. alders all grapefruit to be immature I men's class with 35 members was or- advertisement to draw tLgt classof I I better recommended remedy. r< C rS

t If the juice does not contain soluble I ganized with Rev. S. W. Lawler as visitors"' to our city, nl would i Mrs. R. L. Seaver, 324 BermudaAve. _ -- rtilI
solid equal to; or in excess of, seven teacher. This class will be organizedwith 1 give( us a better name, tP Kis- I ., Kissimmee, says: "A dull, nagging -
".parts to each part of acid contained a regular set of officers and a simmee to be known far L or jde asa ache in my !buck kept me in mis- ] I'''"''::: '':: '>'n"H''''''' 1\:'"'::';: "'W''J':::: :'"':::::'" "j\I.\" :::: ,

In the,juice, the acidity of the JuIce banquet to the members was held at great Sunday school andLcn going ery. At times if 1 stooped or attempted
(1 - Ito be calculated'as' citric acid without the Country Club for that purpose people. \ to lift anything, it hurt me awfully.The .

I ,. ; ,water of crystallzatlon. The bureau I last night, J. Wade Tucker being the There are enough people! would kidney action was irregular and
.1 ielso,4ioneider. Florida to be I be greatly benefited by Doan's P
?'p4 oranges host.At atlng to mornings I felt all worn out.

p;r ;d -I 'Immature It the juice does not con- the Christian church, tjje, Bible these duties, to fill ever hurch I Kidney Pills gave me more relief than Its Matter of Good Businessto
r y :taln soluble solids equal to, or in ex- school was merged into the church house in Kissimmee, if t ould anything I else I had ever taken. The a
'. -., of, 'eight to service and the Rev. A. M. Chjsholm only .
'jHeess parts every part o7acid go.The |1 backaches left and my kidneys again
.; contained In the juice the acid preached special sermon. excuses for non-atten are acted regularly." (Statement given

\,, r ity. to be calculated a. citric acid In regard to the day at the Baptist usually flimsy and unsatisfacf pan May 21, 1908.) pay bills by check.It "
.r". without ,water of cryBtalUatlon. church, the itev. A. J. Holt furnishedthe gentleman who never attende
,.;;:;" ,*); ' Owing to the"fact that the Investigations following report: and who when asked to atte ads, Seaver said: "Nothing has altered : Safety, Economy and Conven
';j }" .;'\ of the'bureiu have not been By common consent last Sundaywas some silly excuse, but who weAny. my high opinion of Doan's Kidney ience. '

is I ,1- :I : S1 i I"[completed the ratios set for all grape generally observed as a rally day way, said the next day: "I alI a Pills, for they cured me. Checking: accounts, large or small, ,,
.'\\i dC'":: :" trult 'and ,.for; Florida oranges'are for all Sunday schools all over the went. I learned something I e dr Price 50c,' at nil dealers. Don't are invited by the Citizens Bank of a
.:t ;; ', .'.1.: Fl '...Io..r.than\\ ... which are believed U. S.; In common with all others the knew before." Let all go agai xt simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Kissimmee, where excellent service is y

*tq be the lowe.t 'or properly matured Baptists of Kissimmee observed this Sunday and the next, until it II l Doan's Kidney Pills-the .same that I rendered.mZENSBANMISSIMMEEllI. -'
fruit. It may therefore 6e expected day and made an especial effort to : becolVie habitual. Mrs. Seuver has twice recommended. 1 .

v ", \.that'the requirements will] be made secure a large attendance. The con 1 Koster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, !, ,
t strict after data from several sequence'was most gratifying. Our
tan J .more 1 RandallDelant'y is very ploo N. Y. 41 i.I i.t \
crops: are available. Sunday school had been averaging !says he doesn't care how soon he .1 I I

.. from 100 to 130 in attendance, grewto I ROlers--Then he ought to cora 'I !' I !

':;;..' e HARD ON TilE PROSECUTOR 219 on this day. The Baptist mis- j specialist. I .

:[,I A lawyer who was engaged by thee (1 1on. '
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+ r .s city for keeping to prosecute a gambling one James house,Magree..wnrm'Ing r .... V"oq '. .... 111fJ.. 11\ ., '"' \. Want Ads.] I SUPERIOR SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMENT II D{:' ;

,- a up to his subject shouted: II 1 ;

', + r, "James Magree has kept a gambling RENT-Furnished 'flats. Applyat DIRECTORS: IJ {(

% '; house does keep a gambling Notice to Citrus Grower the Gazette offlce. tf ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. B $a,::::'

',e. TM Ili Aw ks- ;e+"T ; llionsel''''.gain. I I have have said proved once it and again for and all \WELLINGS for rent, -pply to M. W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W. ,.1 ,,f,

e 1, ,U.ls a gambling house, and I maintain The Kissimmee Citrus Growers' Association (affiliated/ with \Tiller. :]t if, ,
the Florida Citrus Exchange) have established a well equip- IF. \
Jlt.'That's ped packing hou/e, having every facility for handling fruit I.. '..
t right, your honor, said the in the best possible manner. Additional machinery has R SALE-Motorboat "Onaway. '
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; I' culprit. "I'd have failed long ago but been installed this season, and only experienced men will be 9 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat; .
At _'j}:for tile patronage of the honorable employed in the washing, polishing, grading and packing of mpleteily equipped for cruising. ,., v w
all fruit handled.
I ,rg.nUeman" ill sell at very reasonable price. S- I t "

eeor write W. W. Saunders, 316 .tf"
tJjf Best possible service is and
guaranteed growers who are
c ,f More than one-third of the 138,000 not members of this Association can have their fruit packed abbette St., Kissimmee. tj, i ijo
t r ; 'white men in the Transvaal are un in this house in plain material or under their individual brand i
); (married. and at very reasonable prices, for which apply to-the mana- lot for horsed i ,
/ ." ger at the packing house.CALOMEL \L- TRADE close-in Select Your Sunday p
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automobile give
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% : ; ,.':Joe E. Johnston -11t,' .S-lArf .1- ;JLI.1'. -..It. ... .. ... "It u.J ST WBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.60 ; '.Dinner From: .These I !U: .

4 ., J"' . -foll.OOO., .Cabbage plants at $L40- ,f., '''
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P*h, plom, pear ana cherry ". #; 1 1.1 .
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CITY ENGINEER IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS fod E. Chattanooga. Tenn: 487t1NUR ''

Nice j"at., DativeWcstetti 'Beef 0. ,:.1'lorida;'\and' fi/. .1Raw.'Ii'aiIDBoiled'Htifiud

iiL Y TREESYslencie.Parson -r \ ,. Pork.>.. ''BI'ite"tRiW't.R .':,on''rt"h- i .'
: : Surveying and ACTS LIKE owns and Tangerines Rough ,' ..',> > .: .J/.n
ON' LIVER DYNAMITE' . , . ,,", ,, } I '1
Lem: Soar and Grapefruit,stock I ; : . tV-,;;
i Drafting Bassenger Hammock Nur-: v e J. ''Ch Olee" M' U1 ed'1> ,' ..... .'
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"" eery, or sale cheap by- Henry W. Ii ", I "_... ", ,' ,". ';' .,, ., /' > ,I''f'/. :,
-Dodsoi'j Urn Your t DmBetttr Here's my pU'aJltOo to any dreg : Route- I r \bin)) ,..."' 1\' ,-A" V
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-- rataMYIYT. CIRCVL4UtSI, laTe. Bight _4'11 it '4_..' straighten. yon ;" .i; l'reiiod'--Ialn! :- : :
: s and make r feel fine' .
or Ilib Yoi ct. right ap yoii i and plasta for ,. .
,, p + ,, Of Siselmmea Valley Gaa.tt. publlah.. vigorous by. morning I want 7to go MISSIONARY Strawberry 1 1LOdwe ''B loii" fr..ku.l1e{ Bieakft ,,BaconJ: l ,' ''y5''tt J'
;,. weekly at.Kieatmme., Fla.requir.a .' "i''LI.t Sale rlants''are flae, tru' to name > ) :: r .
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