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 15, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00720
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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(OUNTY' ,COURTIN Band Concert GROWERS, HEAR 4o 000000000000000000000000100104P00004. .. THE BOARD OF TRADE .. .oO MONTHLY DUES. 111

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SESSION'r Tonight TALKS 4 acknowledge the receipt of the.following payment, dose being in P .:
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? 0 full for due pledged by these member, and these payments are 1 I

The Kissimmee Concert Band 0 made in response to the request of the president and ac- 1 I
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will render the following
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knowledged with thanks. OO
} 3 DAYSFall gram under the direction of SHIPPINGNew 0
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Prof. A. R. Marks at the band-
0 N. C. Bryan __-________________________ $4.00 M
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stand
on Broadway tonight: P G. W. Over.treet _______________________ 4.50 P

March, "Tenth Regiment." O J. H. Reed ____________________________ 3.00 .

Term Of Tribunal Is One Kentucky.Step; "In" the Hills of Old Rail and Water Rates 0 4 Jno. M. Lee ___________________________ 5.00 0 0 Board of Trade Asks Members


Dance "La 0 Public notices will be made in this of subsequent O *
Spanish Paloma. paper payments
Quickly Finished Rag"Ragtime Regiment Band." Explained To Them 4 made in response to this appeal. To Fulfill Pledge .

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Waltz, "Cecile.
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UMBER OF CASES NOL PROSS- Trombone Novelty, "Listen to ; 000000000000VP0000000000000004000000BOYS
CLYDE LINE REPRESENTATIVE
VALLEY GAZETTE WILL PRINT
that Dixie Band.
U'ED AND CONTINUED FOR THE a
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Fox Trot, "Meadowbrook." TELLS OSCEOLA COUNTY EACH WEEK A LIST OF THOSE I)

TERM'; WHILE FEW CRIMINAL One "All Aboard for FRUIT AND TRUCK ASSOCIA- OF WHO HAVE PAID UP THE r k,
Step, CORN CLUB FOOTBALL TEAM GOES
: AND CIVIL CASES ARE TRIED "
Dixie." TION HOW HIS COMPANY WILL AMOUNTS THEY HAVE PROMISED f1
',:BEFORE JURY DURING THE : ;

;, PRESENT WEEK.-: AND HANDLE VEGETABLES SHIPMENTS TO OF EAST.FRUIT TO HOLD MEET HERE TO SANFORD TO PLAYBOYS ALIVE.TO KEEP ORGANIZATION I


..;' The fall term of the County Court Freight and rates, together
it: and express EXHIBIT AND AWARDING OF OF HIGH SCHOOL SQUAD Do you belong to the Board 'ofTrade
'held this week, two days BRYAN REALTY CO. TO with a combination rail and water
part of a third being sufficient to PRiZES TO TAKE PLACE IN CONFIDENT AFTER VICTORYOF !
route to the eastern markets, were the
KISSIMMEE ON NOVEMBER 18. LAST SATURDAY WHEN Have paid promised dues
hand. you your t'
ispose of all the business on
I for discussion the
at
udge T. M. Murphy presided over I BEGIN BUSINESS HERE meeting subjects of the Osceola Fruit regular and Af THE SAME TIME AS MEET- THEY DEFEATED THE OLDER to the organization? +

he court in his usual efficient man- I I ING OR GIRLS' CANNING CLUB AND HEAVIER TEAM FROM You meant to pay:. them when :you
Truck Growers Association held j
..... atthe MEMBERS.B. THE ORLANDO HIGH SCHOOL. signed up and it is as much your
or. I YOUNG BUSINESS MAN ORGAN- city council hall last Saturday.A. '
duty to pay that obligation as any 1
t The following panel of jurors was IZES COMPANY AND WILL W. Bailey, agent of the Southern
few which E. Evans, farm demonstrator Filled with confidence because of other.
used in the county -
trying cases,
DEAL IN ORANGE GROVES Express and O. Y. Elder
company, their of 6 to 0 Hereafter those who will ,E
( for consideration Luther that the exhibit of victory by a score pay up
came up : annoupces
TIMBER LANDS, CATTLE:: traveling freight agent of the Clyde
Warren, Grant Bass, J. H. Joiner, the Boys' Corn Club will be held in against the Orlando High School have their names printed in the week- "
RANCHES CITY PROPERTYRENTAL Steamship company, were present and honor roll in the columns the \
team the members of the Osceola ly of
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Earl Lanier L Peterson, E. L. Green, AGENCY ALSO. the truck informationin Kissimmee on November lath, at the !
fj. C Dibble] F. S. Gilbert C. C. Bass, gave to growers same time that the Girls' Canning High School football squad left today Valley Gazette '
regard rates. '
w. G. Hankms, C. 1". Prevatt, A. E. When the Club wil hold their exhibit and meet- for Sanford where they Will meet the This plan has been decided upon .,
The latest addition to the business meeting President
opened ing. All boys who members of high school eleven of that city J.his af by President H. C. Stanford and Secretary .'
Ford F.
W O. Thomas, J. O'Berry, are
Fansler stated
ranks of the city is the Bryan Realty that he had evolved a
J. W. Prentis. The
JI. L Powell and W. A. Smith. the club will b e expected to attend. ternoon. following
which is to be stated order of business which future
The criminal docket follows Company incorporatedwith by The boys of Osceola county have Four automobile loads of boys, accompanied letter, filled in to meet the require-
was as :
a capital stock of $10,000 to dealin meetings of the organization will by Prof. Harris, who is ments of each individual case, is be- F
Henry Gaskms; and Jack Skinner, be made a good record with their corn '.
It is
Florida timberlands regulated. follows
(charged with, transporting hogs with- orange groves, as : plots and some fine exhibits may be their coach, left shortly after noon. ing sent out to the members this i
] cattle ranches, and Meeting called to order
by presi
city country i week .
expected. The place for the exhibit The automobiles of P. K. Weaver, M. :
con-tinued ; dent. .J
The officers of the
by request of defendants' a ttorneys pioperty new has not yet been selected, but will be Tiller, W. C. Bass and J. R. Gilbert Oct. 11, '15. r
company are: )Eugene Bryan, presi- 2-President announces<< special or Dear Sir d
announced later. carried the boys to Sanford. The same :
[ dent; A. H. Bryan, vice-president, important business" to come up laterin You rt
attended 7
team lined against Orlando a meeting of the
Will] Junes colored as up on
of
Bale
illegal in It is expected that two or more experts .
and Joshua L. Barber, secretary and meeting ( regular] order)-such
Board of Trade held in the
[[liquor nol the local field last Saturday will be Makinson
ra-e prohsed.Austin from the Experiment Station
treasurer. as of vjbitor
presence any desiring to used in. Sanford. In addition Prator Hall last February and at that meeting 1
I'HNI.S' sale of '
'' (colored illegal at Gainesville) will be in attendance'
address
the
The president of the is meeting, or scheduled
liquor nol company aellknown any Gilbert, Bradley Harris, William Ar- you kindly pledged the sum of 60
| rase prossed. to talk to the boys and them instruction
address visitor give -
business of by member
\\ young man or or any
nold and Anspn Rexford as substitutes. cents to be paid monthly for ONE '
Will 1 Thomas, colored illegal sale
Kls immee. lie is of State important business which the in farming.The .
of nol I a son Rep- president YEAR to assist in paying the expen .,
I f liquor\ case prossed.Kirhanl I resentative N. C. Bryan. "Gene," as will lay before the meeting or exhibit and short course for the see of the Board in its work, for the -
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1'eSaussurc' white, The last Saturday played on
illegal
he known has made close important business which he canning club will be game
is a studyof any girls probably of : All i
uplift those who
Sale of nol I the ]local field the first regular our city.
liquor case pressed.Tom knows was'
the real estate business and should some'member will place before held at the court house on November made their individual
of football that the local promises signed
Hammond colored high
illegal 8aellIlu,1 make this field. For the meeting business made 18 19 nad 20. The club game
a success in a or any a canning girls, names'to their and s
pledge, relying\ on
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(\ ,. on lingo 6) school boys had ever played and the
.. number of years he traveled Floridafor Continued on pace 6) some fifty in number, will be here on Continued .
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w __ ... first that many of those who attended on page 6)_, 'I I
the Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer company this occasion and the people of the

[MOOSE LODGE GIVES and is familiar with all sections. MORE NAMES NEEDED city will be asked to provide homes had ever seen. '
WETHERBEE GROWING
In this capacity he had an insight for them during their stay. Miss Agnes Despite the fact that the Orlando

SMOKER TO FRIENDSA into grove and farm property which Ellen Harris, assistant state boys outweighed the local lads considerably "

makes him fully equipped in knowl- FOR COUNTY LISTS agent in charge of home demonstration the visitors were unable to FINE DASHEEN CROP f

edge of land values, etc. work;,Miss Warren, Florida canning make their ,weight count and Coach
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crowd estimated at 200 attendedthe Joshua L. Barber, who is to be sec- Ever since the announcement made' club agent, and Miss Wells, assistant Harris's boys with their speed and L H. Wetherbee of Milliard's Island //r

[ smoker given by the local Moose retary and treasurer and office man last week that the Valley Gazette to Miss Harris, will be hereto open play outpointed the oldstyle I -

[lodge to its members and their friends of the has been superintend the short mass play, which the Orlando team brought to the Vall y..aa..tteoffice .' jj
new company, em- would send out 600 copies of the paper course. this week number Of ,fine
a >,
Sat the clubhouse,on Broadway Tuesday ployed for some time as a deputy in each week for thre e months to per- used. I dasheens, frown one' halt-a 'i tract, '.1 u

evening. The smoker was a big the office bf Tax Collector W. I. Bar- sons in other parts of the country who Beuter, the quarterback of the local ';
BASS SUES THOMPSON at his place .From.this tract he bas;;,"" 4
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auccesa. ", ber. This has well-fitted him for his are interested in Flordla lists 1' Between. 40 and 60 Moose members new connection and will make the and of the * him, a names have been pouring into the of game was one stars of salable tuber., #''" j ,? 4.

] from Orlando, St. Cloud and valuable member of the company. fice. These subscriptions are paid for HEIRS'FDR DAMAGESHIS of the Osceola team. Others who To do this he used no commercial '. y

Loughman attended the smoker in ad- The ,vice-president of the company In by the county commissioners out of showed excellent ability were: Bul- fertilizer and only a light application

dition to a majority of the local mem- private life is Mrs. Eugene C. Bryan. the publicity fund in order to adver- lock and; Carson. /'
: ATTORNEYS, JOHNSTON &: of compost. He states that dasbeens 1
bers and many of their friends invited The new company, which announcesits tise Osceola county. The lined follows
two teams d
GARRETT. START ACTION FOR up as : are easier to grow than potatoes. The ,y
for the occasion. principles in a page advertisementin I Although these \lists have been com- $2000 AS AN AFTERMATH OF Osceola High School-Bullock, felt Department of Agriculture has been .

Speeches were made by Judge Lilly, this issue, will have offices in the ing in rapidly we are stUl a few shortof INJUNCTION SUIT BROUGHTIN end; Singletary, left tackle; Bass, left experimenting extensively in dasheens i

Mr. Dale, of Orlando, and others. Mu- three story Donegan building on the six hundred, but we have printed CONNECTION WITH SALE guard; Lawrence, center; Cooper, and has issued a booklet on their

sic was furnished by the lodge orchestra I Broadway. six hundred extra copies and a few OF) ESTATE'S CATTLE. right guard; Ansted, right tackle; preparation for table use. Those who "., I

and there were plenty of refresh- more, which we will be ready to send Johnson, right end; Beuter, quarter- have eaten the dasheens declare that

ments. EFFORTS BEING MADE out tomorrow, if a few more will sendin Through his attorneys, Johnston & back; Rogero, left half back; Tiller, they are superior even to potatoes :.

The evening was pleasantly the names of they know to right half back, and Carson, full back. 9'l
very: persons
,. Garrett, A. F. Bass has brought suitin !
spent and those whofJBjBB1 guests of I be interested in Florida. Come on damages Orlando High School-Davis, left l J
TO MOVE POSTOFFICEEfforts the circuit court for $2,000 LOCAL WOMEN NAMED
:*the lodge nope that there will be I with your lists. If there happens to against the heirs of the J. W. end; Gould, .left tackle; Connell, left "

more occasions of a similar charac- be more than six hundred in all we Thompson estate and others. The guard; Brown, center; Zeigler, right r''

'ter":' The lodge is preparing to give are being made, so it is will send them out anyhow, but the suit is an aftermath of the injunction guard; Davis, right tackle; Anderson, BY FAIR COMMITTEE

.: a banquet and house-warming when reported, to remove the postoffice main point is-HfcLP US BY SEND- brought by the heirs to prevent Bass right end; Hutchinson, quarterback_ t

the new clubhouse furniture arrives. I from its present location in the Stan- ING IN YOUR NAMES. Anderson left half back; Branham,
from disposing of the cattle whichhe I Officials and committees in charge .
ford building on Broadway, to the halt back and Beam full back.
new right ,
of the
bought at public sale and which arrangements for the Fire-

iLARGEAJTENDANCEATMILLINERY Rivers building, corner Possiel avenue RIVERS BUILDING IS were a part of the estate. I County Fair at Orlando next February ', ''
and Broadway. It is said that Mr. o
The parties named as defendantsin MRS. ZIMMERMAN'S are arranging for a decorated
Stanford will release the
OPENINGS from its lease if got rnment : SOLD the suit are: Jane Thompson, John automobile and motor trades display \ y
requested to do so. TWICE IN WEEKThe 1
The new Rivers building, which was Thompson, James Wesley Thompson, EXHIBIT PLEASINGThrough A ladies committee has been named
several being' selected vice-chair
John and as :
Lythia Drawdy
sold this week to J. H. Walker, of Thompson i E
Even though it rained last Friday new building recently erectedby Sherman Drawdy.It men to take up the work in the respective -
Bassenger, is well located and wouldno
;the ladies of Kissimmee werj out in Dr. T. M. Rivers at the corner of an oversight no mentionwas counties to be covered.
doubt give the postoffice authori- will be remembered that Mr.
large numbers to, attend the millinery Possiel avenue and Broadway was made in last week's issue of Mrs. The committee named for Osceola, ,
of
ties to Bass bought the ca ttle the Thompson -
an much
opportunity put a
i up sold twice the county Is composed of Miss Anne Carson
openings. during week.
neater appearance than the present past estate at public sale, the sale be- L. U. Zimmerman' decorated china ? '
The at both Miss E. L. chairman exhibit in the Rivers building Sat- Mrs. M. Katz and Miss Mildred
display rooms location affords Lesley, of the boardof ing conducted by E. D. Hogan, executor on I t

Bandy's and the Bon Ton Hat Shop county commissioners, was the first of the estate. When he was preparing urday, October the second. Lee.

'were prettily decorated with ferns and buyer and he in turn sold the build- to sell them the heirs broughtsuit Many beautiful pieces were displayed This wil be the big feature for one

.flowers by Miss Caldwell, the florist. TWO BUY HOMES TO ing to J. Hardy Walker, Sr., of Bas and secured an injunction in the and everyone was high in their day and on the afternoon of that day, '

Many lovely creation. were shown, i senger. Mr. Walker paid $15,000 for circuit court at Gainesville, owing to praise of this talented lady's work. to be designated, at 2 o'clock a parade I ; ,

among them large Gainesboroughs, LIVE IN KISSIMMEEDuring the building, which is a two-story: the absence of Judge Perkins. Later Mrs. Zimmerman has a club plan will be held, participated In by '
all entries in the display. Pri... *
with plumes and others with brick structure.
some this injunction was dissolved by Judge that will prove popular-for every ten wilt'be *
awarded for the best decorated
flowers. Activity in real estate has been Bullock, of the circuit court at Ocala. dollars' worth ordered the purchasermay f *?
the past week two men have automobiles and prizes for. the best ,
The soft, ,flexible hats are very popUlar marked during the last few weeks. The present suit is a result of this ac pay one dollar a month until paid t .'
homes in
bought Kissimmee through motor trade floats -
and the fur trimmed are also in This briskness of business in real I tion. out or two dollars a month on twenty
Breaker & Barclay in order to take t ,
demand. A few Puritan hats were estate is an indication of a faith in dollars' worth and so on.

shown, and quite a few military designs simmee.up their permanent. residnece in Kis Kissimmee property that should be EUGENE BRYAN BUYS The cream and sugar set that was BAND CONCERTS BE .

encouraging. given away at the exhibit waS won

These two men are R. P. Gilpin, of by Mrs. Morrow of Mabbette street.
The felt hats with the trimming
large GIVEN
Underneath are particularly be- I; Winter Home, Florida, who purchased MOONLIGHT EXCURSIONA LOT AND WILL BUILD DURING WINTER .
> house and two lots in FARMERS' INSTITUTETO
a South Kis- moonlight excursion and boat
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coming to tall, slender women. Very
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[ f simmee, owned by the realty firm ride will be given Friday evening, BE HELD IN CITY r Concerts will be a regular feature .
't few all black hats are shown this
named, and J. T. Anderson, of Michigan October 22. The steamer Lillie with "Eugene C. Bryan has purchased' the I lof the work of the Kissimmee Concert 'I

[:'year, the designs being mostly of who purchased ten acres just inside two barges will leave the city dock at lot owned by Pat Johnston on Clyde Arrangements are now being perfected I Band during the winter tourist sea

;black i Ions and white, or other 'combina- the city limits on the Shingje) half pa at seven. avenue, adjoining the property of S. by County Farm DemonstratorB. I One concert a week on either >o feon.

.- 7 Creek road, from the same company. Tickets 25 cents, will be on sale at H. Bullock, and is preparing to erect E. Evans, for a Farmers' Institute Wednesday or Friday nights will b* .

\ Both these gentlemen intend to make the dock. *, ; a handsome residence thereon. In of two days' duration to be held in given and!, probably concerts on both I

BAPTIST CHURCH.Sunday Kissimmeew their horn and twill soon Refreshments will be served at fact the contract for the residence has Klas mm.. early in December. nights in the height of the season,* I. .

school at 9:45: a. m., N. C. bring their families here ,to. 11... moderate prices. ., Everybody invitedto '. already been let and construction It is planned to bring a number of Th. band has( been reorganized with I N 2i ;

JBryan; superintendent.r eitchiAg.at ome out. and have"--. pleasant .work will start within the next few experts from the Government Exp.rlment Prof.A. R. Marks as leader, andE., A.:.
[.,11*,!'inland: 7:30 p-'m. by the pastor.MoratagsubjecUlr.sr..Evening Richard M.: Sassnet' of Jacksonville"" ' days. '
evening" Station at Gainesville to address ..eysr as manager.The city,council : -' ,
(. sub-) was a business visitor in the city Fri. ( Mir Bryan .b a son of State Bepre- the farmer- the meeting. :One has' .appropriated:; $25.rp.r': ',.month' ,4 .;

;let t;, Oar Hei..lhip wFat ert Eyybady't.ltet day. He also spent several bpure > k W-'Widderan44t., H. OTJeaDoffprtflMeide. sent atiye& N,'C. Bryanr and ODe of the day's sessionwill, beheld I in Kissim; for theM weekly concerts:and citisen*i .., ".. a

OmIn4ZA t l..".... visiting with Mr. and Kn. E.: .' aur !......... J r ftuslne*. yisltir.kere Twins business men of the city, being DIM and the other in St. Cloud-' The have'pledged fUS per:'month.uore'ta. # "

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1 4, ',PAGE% \ THE', KISSIMMEE, 'VAtLEY' GAZETTE\ 't FRIDAY. OCTOBER1S,191Smm, t.

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: : she Is over 'TO.'yeanl' off'*.& lit
,) ,'. Miss Iva '}'Jiswongerour v popular with:them each. a fin.'dairy. ; cow and POISONS Although famous prima !4'*\
: ' "school ma'am "' rheumatism Madame Patti, the !
cause
,, spent Saturday and calf; Retained In the body age
: i > St. Cloud' DepartmentNews I, Sunday with her parents, who, live on 'Mr. and' Mr*. Leon Leu, 'who have scrofulous sores, ulcers, and donna, has subscribed largely: to war '
in Wales and 'onl7recently 1kY"I
Shingle Creek. had charge of the.hotel.here, will soon pimples. "Number 40 for the blood. funds organized her famous fan 'and' \

Mrs. C. M. Smith received word go to the new tent city of Howey, expels: poisons from the body and sent '.itiotion. .
that her sister Mrs. Hull, had successfully near Orlando, where the win have cures blood diseases. Sold only at slippers to be sold at a charity -

and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own undergpne a serious opera- charge of the hotel, and Mr. Leu will Osceola Pharmacy'. I,

Special Correspondent tion and would Boon be able to re have charge ,of the autos. Mr. and I'
turn to her home. Mrs Reed Ramsay will have charge

who has beenspending We have saved the best for the last i of the hotel here. 'Mr, J. W. Denty, of
2 MoArthur,
The Veterans Association met at Major
i at Coronado Mr Spreng is recovering nicely from I' this townl at Howey this week putting s or tti'P
Oct. 9 with W. F. the summer
p, m., Saturday, ,
b Kenney in the chair. Our national Beach, has. returned; to :St f.oud: for a recent operation and is very anxiousto up the tents f'a
get strong enough to make the +
the winterI .
song, "America" was sung by au the
dience. Prayer<< by Rev. Stockwell.t I K.: SUillcoji) of Long Prairie, journey to the Sunny South.In
Song "A Thousand Years" The rtg- :Minn, who has spent' ,Mi i "J l days ill rending over the above itemshave CHRISTIAN CENTER ITEMS; < i h hu

ular business sons transact, thin 0111 city, relurnel i I" hi- northern' "'< decided that the tjtle of a C'

there were the "new conn-is" who wiicintroduced honn- :MomlaIIKHIIIIH. !. but 'h." ,- par' "Sunday I Hidings!: at Union Center" I I I"X' :":- 1

1,' Kev Stxukwill. a rual-> > ha-.d t |1'1"t| ) Itru I al' d 1 soil 1'1'1' '' i iilih I would !hi' very appropriate Messis! Ad Story and W. II. Ward

, I.iti, visited Mr McClain on Barton Lake I
rade who i is a retired. ] :M< 1h">ili-t] pastor "" atom II'I
y gan line talk ('01111 ad" (Geo.; A :s ( i alp'| ..I| I 'I1I""t"i i t \\ i Il 1 1'.1.' i ha-I:iI I! ,:-:-:..:.,-,,,>-:-:. ..>----x-<"' :..., :. :, IniJ I Sunduj I

Keen, senior. \i<'e inmniandi i of )Hi.pi pun I" < .h.iM.I Hi, \\ iii- 1"1'l ''i '1\ "nI Nl; ti1'mk i iI I j T. .7. I Little and wife spent Saturdayin .rj,7 .sn.9 t
i':' SIII\U: ; 1;: CHEEK ITEMS .:' Kissinnni-e, ,
shopping.Fred !
of Oregon, followed with a few remarks ) "\ +'niM I I.I..J | i
that won the <.iowd 1 IH-VI- .1 :MI.IW; .mil, \ill, of ..tduuch; ; Austin, wife and baby Mr .,

Oregonians: were(' guests" at tin .pli'as, all iv'd I.i-l 1 week ,,",."l In'' l'"iih.i-i' l .:-:-:-:... Will and Jack Hugheisited at the .... .. .,. ,' Shall It Be an 1
ant home of Brother mid Sister Rower the 11et: ik piopitU. \ on :MI--OUII, a\l'iII T. .1. I\'y' returned to his homo hpme of Mr and Mrs. J. K. Tindull

Comrade Stoikweil bung a number ur. \\.dne..day.. last Sunday. I Autoloading or Pump Gun?
of the pout in Oregon of Whiih Mis 1.1.1 ) Dinii'S of St I loud i, was. Miss,, I\H Niswonger, who is teach Mr. and :Mrs Julius Smith and little I

I3ro. Bower was the commander Two a guest. "t the| Honair; house, on Monday inn!: at Union Center, spent Sataurday .daughter, Vivian, visited their mother J THERE are many kintls of Auto- .. .

newcomers each named Perkins, gave I and Sunday at her home here. Mrs S. G. Harber, last Sunday. and Pump guns-some to t
short talks, as did a few others' then Kev Christie, II. I 11.> I L. L. !II> lII'riv- MIR John Thomas arrived last Miss Amy Tindall, of East Lake, I be had at very low prices. ,

t the meeting was given to Comrades ed, from Washington" I h. l'., and is Wednesday from Alabama for the visited her sister, Mrs. T. J. Little, But it U typical of sportsmen that the great '
Perkins (the Perkins were numerically stopping at the Arrowsmith )place on winter.J. last Tuesday. majority prefer. Kfminglon-LIMC/ 1'ump and rJ 4'
1 in evidence, though none were rel- Pennsylvania avenue. I II. Joiner has been on the silk Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee visitedMr. Autoloading gun in the bands of the average man. pt,',
: of Lemon City and Mrs. S. G. Barber last Sun- If yon hoot at trap. or in the 6..ldCo to the '
} atives). Of course, Perkins, as lead A. C. Van Neter, list. Hemington-UMC Dealer in your community and
er of the "social hour" had a fine was a St Cloud visitor on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderman, of day afternoon. let him allow you these guna. You wilt know him S
program-so full that only one encore Miss Bonnie Ricketts entertainedat Soggy Creek, visited Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. John Tiner called on bv Eli display of the Red Ball Hark of RrminftonVtt e

i was allowed, and was as follows: a flinch party on Tuesday eVI''IlK.',' I Sunday with Mrs. Alderman's parents Mrs. W. H. Ward Saturday afternoon. the differende C-Sporta in men's Headquarter*-and he knows d '

Solo by Comrade Schofield, accompanied A very enjoyable time was had by Mr. and Mrs. P. G Cromartie. Mrs. Bascom Fletcher and Mrs. J. gun i

i by Edith Harrod. all present. I. Rev. C. H. Ketler and family arrived K. Tindall isited Mrs. Bell and Susie Sold Jay your home dealer

Piano solo, Evadna Harris. H R. Casler, of Kissimmee, was a Wednesday of last week. He Monday afternoon.Mrs. and 870 other 1 leading I 4'

Reading, Ella Strewing. caller in our city on Monday. will he l our pastor for the remainderof Ad Story, Mrs. Barber and merchants in Florida

Violin, Comrade Audrist. Mr and Mrs. A. Rothwell, of Lake the year. daughter, Myrtle, visited Mrs. W. H. RaaoUftMi Arma-Unioo MaUlHc Cartrfd.,. c.. f
4 Reading, Mrs. Davies. Gentry, were guests at the Honair Mr. and Mrs R. L. Ivey returned Ward Sunday. W..aweodo B.&It1b.8 (ZU......-..> N.. 'Y'" CItF 1.r.

Reading, Comrade Bailey, who returned I house on Monday. Wednesday from a visit with Mr. and John Tiner got his hand badly
with a comical spelling puzzle Misses Pearl Bass, Evadna Harris, Mrs. Stewart Ivey, of Orange Center. bruised in the shingle mill last Thurs- -- '
well put.Violin ; Bonnie Ricketts, Messrs. ]Duke War- Ralmond Niswonger will be the day.Ben < 0"fr "00

music and songs, by Mr. andy ner and Milford George motored to leader of the Junior Bible Study Class and Hill Tindall of East Lake
:Mrs. Snead. Orlando on Sunday.E. next Sunday. called on J. W. Ward Saturday 629.65WASHINGTON

Then there was a pantomime rendered W. Briggs: and family left this Miss Edith Niswonger visited Miss Mrs. Laura Ward and children, Joey
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P by such a crowd of St. Cloud's week for Oklahoma. Lucretice Overstreet Sunday.CAMPBELL and Hazel, left Saturday for Ocala, D.C. }

talent, whose rendition of their parts On Saturday evening the young: I where they will visit her brother, W. ,

was so rapid in detail that its thoro friends of Kathleen Got gathered: at oo ooooo oo R. Alderman, and her sister, Mrs.

I work bewildered the acting secretary her home on Indiana avenue to give ooooCo Lula Bronson, for several days. And ReturnVIA

{ to such an extent that he failed to her a surprise on her bIrthday. Quitea ITEMS 4a The many friends of A. P. Munn

get the names of the participants and pleasant evening was spent and after O6oaoaaaaaf will regret to learn that he is quite ill

can only say that the new departure, dainty refreshments were servedall 0400 again.J. .

entitled "Down on the Farm," was departed to their homes wishing Miss Wynona Allen was the guestof K. Tindall called on Mr. Munn ATLANTIC;COAST LINE

laughingly excellent. . Kathleen many happy returns of the Mrs. J. M. Yates Tuesday Monday.
Reading, Nina Cary day. Mrs. W. J. Rowland was a Kissim- Mrs. Will Sullivan and daughters, Standard Railroad of the South
Reading, Mr. Wood. visitor Susie and Lucille, called on Mrs. Laura .
Mrs. James Goff'returned home on mee Saturday.
TICKETS OCT. 15TH TO 19TH
Tison and Mrs. Plant Tindall last SOLQ
Reading by our mutual friend, Thursday evening from Byron, Mich, Aaron Reaves was in this city Sunday "
Daugherty, who came to the scratch where she had been called by the Tuesday. Extended to Nov 15th OB Payment o fJl.OO
f admirably.Oh sickness and death of her brother's Messrs Claud Strickland and Odel Jim Barber left Saturday for Win-

yes, we must not forget the wife. Hurdman were visitors here last dermere, where he will put up a new
collection for the chair fund, taken week barber shop. STEEL PULLMAN ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC FANS
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by our good, ever-constant Comradess Dame)) ) Huff and wife moved on the
The Ladies' Improvement Club mot To Drive Out Malaria
Marskey, in the early of the .
part ses Horace/ Bronson place Monday.E.
And Build The
Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 2 o'clock instead Up System -
aion. E Brown has returned to his Take the Old Standard GROVE'S For information( or reservations call Ion any A. C. L. -jT
of :3 o'clock as they have beenmeeting
Song, "Star Spangled Banner. the monthsConsequently shingle mill.C. TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know ticket agent or",aHO =
Adjourned to meet at 2 p. m., Sat- during summer S. Acree was in this city last what you are taking, a< the formula i. J. G. KIRKLAND D. P.:A.
there were very few at printed on every label, showing it i.
October 16.
urday the opening From now on the meetings week.We Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. Tampa
are having some nice cool The Quinine drive out malaria, the
will open at 2 o'clock and there
A Misses Fleda and Lottie Doolittle, will be a social hour after the business weather now; everyone enjoys it. Iron builds up the ay item. :SO cents oo 0 O OOH 00.0-00-0 O'
Messrs. Fred Phipps and Floyd Mo- Curtice Brown, the thirteen year - .- _. _
session. There -- --- -
was quite an --
her motored to Taft on Sunday. old son of Mr. and Mrs E. E. Brown, t ,
of before the -'
amount business to come
The stork paid a visit on Friday
was badly injured Sunday morningby
club. The library committee reported -
evening, Oct. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. O. trying to remove a ,shell from a F 5
a gift of four books from Mrs.
i,0. Knight and left them a boy. single-barrel shotgun. The load came
Bailey. The club will hold a parcel
_! 3. W. Rankin has returned to this back in his face instead of going out
post sale Oct. 22, notice of time and
1' city after several months spent in the the barrel of the Dr. Rivers I
was
gun.
_ .,*",:d.North. place will be given late]'. Judge Peck- called to dress the wound which The
.. ',', ham offered a prize of ffiteen dollars New Buckeye Nurseries CatalogI
: Messrs. Denis, Hoffer and Rennel! for the best seat to be placed on the seemed to be mostly in his right eye.

returned Friday morning after a lake front or in the park, this prizeto .Mrs Arthur Bronson! returned a

pleasant North.E. visit with friends in the be given through the Ladies Im- few. days ago after visiting her mother. 'L- Will Interest and Help Every GrowerBuckeye

provement Ch.h. A committee was
V. Porter, manager of the telephone Miss Ethel Johnson was in Kissim- ,
appointed to confer with the boardof p'Dtr: Trees have gained a reputation for ht'tlthfulT ,
exchange in St. Cloud, has! resigned mee Saturday.Mrs. .
trade in regard to the Orlando and
y ness, vigor productivenessliereer ; aunt
;I and expects to leave soon for' Fair. The club voted to sustain the Addle Cotter was shopping oiuuges
in Kissimmee. aer'nneF :' : grapefruit are grown.
Tampa. Monday
?t city authorities in their action refusing sta, .
,...; Mayor H. M. May and brother and permits to erect obnoxious and unsightly --- -- r4j qP :w ,? / Naturally the best citrus trees to he had those

r Dr. Geiger, of Kissimmee, were St. bill boards. After the business '; from Buckeye Nurserie:, are bought by t the best! class }

we Cloud callers Tuesday evening. was completed a social half hour a of people throughout the citrus belt.
t Mr. Cadman passed through St. I a LAKE HAMILTON 'C-
o Cloud on Thursday on his way to was enjoyed the in members which an who opportunitywas had I + POLK COUNTY < \\' gien just
t' ;, Narcoossee. returned from their summer outing to a Oa0 j. those who buy them alike demand that lie present t the

Peter Lamb returned to our city tell their experiences, also some very I OOOOOO O story of Buckeye Nurseries in a dignified attractive
h} laat week after Mr. and Mrs. Powers have returned
an enjoyable time in interesting and instructive topics and characteristic form.
4 r, the North. from their north. Then wentto
t were brought out in current events. trip So make catalog just it he made.
we our good
as as can
Mr. Blackwell of in last
Bradentown, wan The club adjourned to meet Oct. 20 at Kansas their auto spring
yi'' 1 a St. Cloud caller on Thursday and 2 o'clock. and returned in it. The best in the llotognaphers'engravers'4uul printers'art

xv 'I Friday last. I The Bowman house has been plastered is employed to give it the same excellence that

sit Mr. and Mrs. E. O Mitzel and Mrs. .ooooot oooooooo.oo oo I and Mr. and Mrs. Bowman and Buckeye trees have. r
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s Roy E. Low, of Narcoossee were shop- a family will return soon. M
? UNION CENTER 6a Buckeye Trees are true to name, backed by n guaranty
ping in our city on Thursday last. Mr. Brummett is building a ho.ne
from of ample financial The Hueke\e
;, D. W. Douglas, of Kissimmee, was here on Smith street, near Fourth
a business caller at St. Cloud on WcJ- street. Mr. Brummett is a contractor catalog shows oranges, grapefruit} t tangerines, limes, (tC.,

nesday.W. Mrs. Jeff Barber, Nellie, Seth and from Bloomington, Indiana. in pictures true to nature in forinand in many casts in color.

G. King made a business trip toe Gladys spent Sunday with Mrs. Geo. Messrs. Leddon and McCullom were Buckeye service has helped buyers of Buckeye trees' to ;
: Kissimmee on Saturday last. llaye. in Winter Haven and Bartow Mondayon
succeed by telling them just howItiplantfertilizespray i
1 ; Mr. Stewart, of St. Cloud, spent Mr. and Mrs. Wehterbee visited good roads matters. j ,
q Farmers' Day in Kissimmee. with their son, Will; and family last The Board of Trade acting for the ; market, etc. The ucke 'eclltalJg follows the same lines r

+ G. W. Penn and wife and W. F Sunday. county commissioners! have let the a giving cultural directions m as si>e 'ific a form as possible. '

i Kenney and wife spent Thursday with Lloyd Harvey was a welcome visitor contract for excavatnig and filling on Buckeye standards have come to be regarded as those r

E friends in Narcoossee. at "Onion' Center on Sunday. the public highway, where it crosses by which all others in the field of citrus stock production
sv. Judge G. F. Parker and wife, of Lily Bell Hughey spent the week- the railway track, about one mile e
a are judged. The Buckeye catalog, as well as the Buckeye
r Kissimmee, were in our city on Tues- end with Will Hughey and wife. north of Lake Hamilton townsite, to a
m "I day. Mrs. Lawson was the guest of her W. T. Pollock, of this town. As soon 0 quality of tree, has been copied and imitated by 'of/:/

H. H. Mason and wife and daugh- niece, Mrs. Overstreet, in Kissimmee as the cut is excavated and a fill made our competitors, but never duplicated. t,

f'c ter, Mrs. Henderson, and two children, last Wednesday. with the material removed( in the sag The new and most helpful of all the catalogs of Buckeye ''t'

arrived Friday evening from Wisconsin Aaron Story and Archie McLean of the highway to the north, the roadway i Nurseriesvill) be sent free on application to any person; '. ', .,.
f and have purchased the Knapp were guests at the J. G. Harvey home will be improved with clay, saw- ,,
who the of citrus :.
contemplates planting trees now or at
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I place on Florida avenue. Mr. Hen- Sunday afternoon. dust, etc., to make it a good road. \ ; r
S, derson is on his way through by auto. Howard Tison, Maynard Sullivanand About two miles north of this town, any future time. The edition is limited so application t

' Mr.\ W. Q. Reynolds left Tuesday Earl Barber called at the T. A. it joins the main line of the Dixie for the book should be mailed us promptly. Address { '

morning to spent a week in Tampa. Hughey home Sunday afternoon. Highway. The highway on which the

S W. B. Makinson, of Kissimmee, was Sunday. work is now being done is to be one of J Buckeye Nurseries !i : ,

i a St. Cloud visitor on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Fletcher were the main county roads, being the .
Hugh C. Perkins, of Hay Springs, the guests of Mrs. Geo. Haye last route down the ridge, and it is also I'1 57 Citizens Bank Building Tampa, Florida : '

Nebr., is pleasantly located at the Nellie and Ira Wetherbee visited laid out as a short cut of the Dixie it" .!...
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Farris hotel. He is much pleased Sam Barber and family Sunday.Joe Highway, connecting with the fain ,
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c witH this city, and is looking up his Harvey and Everett Smith of line of the Dixie Highway, in DeSoto d -I:1l4ITa : I 10'I ',.;,

boldmgs here. Orlando spent Sunday in Union Cen- county,' by an extension south from 4

r Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mitzel, of Nar- ter.A. Sebring. ,..: ". .. <. ,/.,'-, ..'. "\ ",
,r eopse, were St. Cloud visitors Wed- D. Story and wife were guests Messrs. Leddon and Peniar and also ___ -

{ ."rie.day morning. of Mr. and Mrs. McLean Sunday Mr. Rosen burg, of Dundee' all attended "

"a'r'. ' tyro''',Perkins, of Jacksonville, was Mrs. Meyers called( on Mrs. Sam J I. the Citrus Seminar at Gainesville.Messrs. . I[ W, H, BROKAW, Agent I Orlando, :Florida.! i:, ,,:::A : \ 'Jj ,:,.
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Then you want to locate in the garden spot of this Probably you are so well satisfied with the invest'I;

climate-blessed land, where the sun is king-CEN- ments you have already made that you wish to buy J 'i '!
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you want. Possibly we already have it on our lists. ..;:: ;.
are located in the very heart of this section. r

We know the country.Ve have listed with us every Do you want to trade or sell your ORANGE

kind of a real estate investment. GROVE, CATTLE RANCH, TIMBER LANDS, .,

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We have Orange Groves, Cattle Ranches, Tim-
ber Lands, Home Sites, Town and City Lots, Truck We carrJ find you aj Jxiyer, if you will place the
k I Farms. property in our hands We'll look after every detail of ",.
the sale trade without I
or unnecessary. annoyance or :
Our mission to bring buyer aid seller together. publicity.We.

Write Us your wants. We doy 't want to sell to are already in touch with Northern buyers r #,

you unless you find what suits yod.\ If you already who \vant just what you have to sell. We have Flor- J "

have property in' Florida and wish to sell or trade, we ida clients who want to trade for property just like .'

can handle the. deal for you. yours. S ..

Satisfied: customers mean more to us than any element To please you, pleases us and your: interests are I > ,

that enters into the success of our business. Let always ours. '. : Let .,h le, ( '
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our Seller. on the ground,. where we can keep ing, but unless you and he can be

you advised as to the requirementsand brought together there will be no .....
Unless we do this we have' failed -
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no matter how much our profit you were here yourself. .
financially. You may know exactly what

For that reason it is up to us to RENTAL AGENCY you want to buy, but your efforts to 'x :iii

be perfectly fair and impartial in all We are also rental agents. We will find it art limited. We can performthis r
find a renter for your property or '
our dealings. service for you, because it is
find property..for you to rent. Close
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Kissimmee great extent, breeders of hogs 'are already obtaining ...i" FLORIDA'',CITRUS EXCHANGE ..OOOOOO.OO..OO.O.O..OOOOO .O..o. OOOO.O.OO..O..... ,,1..
The Gazette . . ..., _.,
e Valley good prices for their surplus stock the blooded stock ,* .. .. 4 _'r' ,
being in demand by those who wi.h'to improve' -' v vIII ", (

,t'w P.all.aed : rrU. their native stock. > the j judgment of the' ablest, broadest min&d. TO OUR six HUNDRED NEW READERS, '
1 Ofa.a, I. iatNy '.. t.II-'J.I: Klsabres, Fl.w. .. and most successful) men of the 'state-bankers, ,.,

f There are strong indications of a very bright business men. doctor,<:lawyer, ministers' etc.. etc. With this issue the Valley Gazette begin tending copies to ,
\ ... HARRIS AND K. G. VANS Aa("IEW. Ow.er. and busy for the landowners, as the number' out
E. to. NAUGLK. Editor .. of inquiries for farming are coming in large
TOn and advised of several! further development of Florida. Whatever: the shown by inquiry.or otherwise, their interest in Florida !and especially '
'', r. S aa.erletle. RattHM numbers, we are carloads of
Tear .... tate do ill the of diversified and in this
Copy. One M.J may way farming section of the state.
*.oo homeseekers who will be on their 'way to Florida in "
a, One One Copy COPY. Six Three Month Month.-_______________-- .76 I early October and November. The travel of home- live stock raising 'whatever success may come to These papers will be paid for by the County Commissioner : '+
her people in the cultivation of vegetables and oj OiceoU county for a period of three months from the publicity c
All communication, except from our nuthorlxed seekers has already begun, and sales are being small fruits, the. fact remains that through citrus I funds of the for which is assessed .
correspondent, must he Rlirnrd\ by the writer. made those who have personally investigated the county, millage annually. r ,
by
'. Rejected matter will not be returned unless called fruits Florida has been most widely exploited and If you receive a copy of the Valley Gazette this issue and are

for.______ stale and have satisfied themselves that there is that for all time her oranges and grapefruit wil.! i not a regular subscriber, some one has given us your name as being '
which
Florida, the slate js within 30 hours'run
F 4 fKntered: In the PoHtofflcc In KlBslmmcc, Florida only one be the great money crops of the state. a resident of some other state, but interested in Florida. We want ,
r SL* second-clan" matter.) of New York and about the same to Chicago I ;
.e the leading markets of the United States. Cattle Upon the degree to which the growers of these you to read the Valley Gazette especially any and all articles in regard ,_

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, IIH 5. sheep, hav and grain crops are the coming money fruits are able to market them at profitable prices I x: lo our climate soil resources, etc. We invite you to come to \ I' '
f Florida and especially to Osceola county and see for yourself what
ClOpS of/ I lorida. depends largely, therefore, the prosperity of every =

1( PAY WHAT YOU PROMISED i To 11.0- who are conlemplating a change of enterprise and further industry of Florida. If tins I :f \s.2 have when lo offer.
of the hand
through reading
1 conclusion is correct, and the Florida Citrus Exchange you are your copy paper ;
I location, lei then slogan be "go South young man, offers the only business-like solution of the :Y it to some neighbor, or better still send us his name and if the
The Board of Trade of Ki-simmee: , like.\ (lie) and 1 let 1 thai south be the stale of prosperity, Flor- marketing problems of the I I -i- list t has not been entirely made up, we'll send him a copy too,
boards of trade in many oilier cities, )has, a dillicullv ida. I the West' has had its day, as is being demonstrated growers yet devised :f should he be interested in Florida.
it is the of 1'x
in collecting the din of its memhei lhat Ibis l by the lathers who made their fortunes in future welfare duty of the every person boost concerned the iiv the I I :;; We believe! in Florida. We believe that it is the best place in

',' difficulty exists is to be regretted 'huh 'that it docs the \\ cst iii\csliiig a considerable portion of it in I and out of state to Exchangein f the world lo !live, but we believe in telling the truth about it, bs- ;i

exist here is no reflection on Kissimmee:' (' pCldlly,1for Florida lands for the purpose of establishing their season season. cause the truth is good enough to attract you and many others to ,

s' the same trouble exists in many ollvtr Honda sons in (the cattle business in Florida.In I There have been few organizations in the historyof come see what we have to offer. We want you to come and eo.for ? 1'"

par towns. I traveling through the state one is impressed I the world conducted with greater unselfishnessthan X yourself whether we tell the truth or nol. We believe any man ,;

It is true however that every city is makingan by the number of new dwellings being built the the Florida Citrus Exchange. Every man who should see what a country offers before he invests. f

effort to overcome this condition. Those cities j II old ones being improved new lands being fenced in'' has served in an important executive capacity could I i When the subscription of three months paid for by the county :

which do overcome it have live aggressive bodies )| and improved the general impression given being have made a great deal more than he received In I commissioners expires and you still wish to read more about this ,

re which are accomplishing much for their citizen- | that the owners are keeping up with the times andits I salary during his connection with the organizationby section of Florida we shall be pleased to continue sending the paper .. '

ship. It is also a significant fact that only those progress. Especially is one impressed with the' looking after his own personal interests, or in to you at our regular rales of $1.50 per year, $1.00 for six months, ,.;

cities which do have commercial organizations ar* great improvements in good hard-surfaced roads other employment.We or 75 cents for three months. .f.'J A

forging to the forefront in the activities of the the many miles of good brick roads encountered :. are on the verge of another marketingseason "

state. In these days of municipal ambition no city throughout the state of Florida. The central and -especially for citrus fruits. If the Exchange is given ,q qI .
can hope even to keep up with the procession with- the of the state* shows impressive I
east part an control of one-half or more of the crop, conditions
out organized effort. For that reason we I) s
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progress. are such as to practically insure satisfactory prices. I '
of Kissimmee must keep alive our board of trade.
r Last February a meeting was held in Makmson's Should a large percentage of the oranges and 1 i Said State Press Comment
grapefruit grown in Florida be thrown on the market 'I[ ,
t' Hall at which a big percentage of the citizens of WHY NOT A' Y. M. C. A. HERE
in an irresponsible manner, as heretofore, prices '
t Kissimmee voiced their belief that the city should cannot be maintained at a satisfactory level. Dealers : About KissimmeeSenator

keep its board of trade alive. They went farther One of the greatest powers for good in the will pay good prices for Exchange fruit because "THE BITER BIT"
and pledged many of them. to give fifty cents United Slates is that vast organization known as
of its and because
superior grade packing and it A. E. Donegan has pur- Said the editor of the Boston Tran-
a month to the support of the organization. Some the Young Men's Christian Association.
is advertised to the consumer just so long as theyare chased the Graystone Hotel in Kis script:
of them have paid. A big majority have not. In thousands of cities, towns and villages thereare
unable other Florida fruit
to at ridiculouslylow Vice-President
get simmee the deal including] / a solid Marsha! doesn't favor -
We have faith enough in the citizenship of Kis- branches of this great organization. In every
; k prices from growers who consign or from independent block in the heart of the city. A an extra session of Congress as
simmee to believe that they meant to pay when one of these places the 'association is doing a work
whose interest is he .
operators only to get stock. will be formed and an can fret his monthly check just as
they made the pledge to do so. but they have simplylet among the young men which is unequaled by any I their commissions out of the sales. annex company and other improvements made I' well by mail.-Host on Transcript.To .

the matter slip, just as many of us do small pay- other agency. It provides for them a club room to the property.-Wauchula Advocate. which the editor of the Miami

ments such at these in our attention to larger af where they may meet together socially and enjoy --+--' Herald added this Lit of patter

fairs.: But really this is not a small affair eveh recreation and amusements untainted by any untoward -, FLORIDA AS SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT: Although there were in all nine I Which also reminds us that we: havea ,

though the amounts to be paid are small. The influence.\ It provides training for them ;. bidders for Kissimmee's recent bond I congressman who has 1 been steadily
t financing of a live active and militant" board of along constructive lines, both in a religious and sec- issue I
That hundreds of people have begun to realize of $27,500 when the bids were drawing his pay since last March who
trade is one of the biggest things in any city. ular It that they have uplifting hlera-
sense. sees that Florida summers are not the hot dreaded opened ]last week the Citizens Bankof doesn't even know where his seat in
The board of trade, through its officers, is now ture to read. In the larger cities it provides means that city which has brought the house located.
things that it has been thought they were, is the every IR
making an effort to collect the amounts due from of education at a low cost and at hours when it bond issue of the city for the past five Whereupon
subject matter oi editorial the Manufacturer'sRecord we are called to remark
an
its members in order that the organization may will not conflict/ with their labors ,if f they are already which reads follows in I years was the successful bidder.-St. that the Miami ediotr speaks of that
as :
be in financial shape to handle the many things enaged in gainful occupations. Lectures and concerts Lucie Co. Tribune. J upon which he is not well-informed.
that are sure to come up during the winter season are also provided for the amusement of the Efforts were made this summer by some of the Congressmen have
no
now opening. We hope that every man who pledged young men and their friends of the opposite sex. steamship lines operating between the North and I State Senator Arthur E. Donegan, The only thinK they need regular remember seats.

his support to the body will deem it his bounden By doing all of these things the Y. M. C. A. has Florida to induce summer tourist travel to Florida : of Kissimmee has bought the Gray- is whether they are Democrats Re-

duty to fulfill that obligation. It is just as much an I I east about the young men of the country a mantleof This was a wise move for 99 people out of 100- stone hotel property in that city, publicans and thus or them-

1 obligation as if the individual members had signed protection which has done more to save them yes 999 out of 1000 living outside of Florida havean which includes an entire city block.A selves as sheep from separate the K"ats. We

a note for that amount of money. from temptation and downfall than any other or impression that Florida is an intensely hot placein stock Company is in process of formation are satisfied that our ("UlIKr'e

Perhaps some of those who in the enthusiasm of I ganization. And It is not only in a mental capacitythat summer. To most of these people you might and it is stated that extensive knows his politic !
the mass meeting pledged their support have since I they have been improved for (there is always talk until doom's day, you might present weather improvements in the property will be -

become cold toward the organization, but that is physical training in connection with the work of the statistics without end but you could not drive out made at once---Ft. Pierce Tribune. THE COMING "OKAMJK( CROP/

no legitimate excuse. Others mayhap will say that Y. M. C. A. Every branch organization has its of their head the impression that a visit to Floridain -*- Experts who pretend to know say

they do not think the board of trade is worth the : gymnasium where the excess energy of youth may summertime is like taking your life in your hand A Hot Springs woman writes the that the carrying quality of the'Florida -

;- candle. But did you ever stop to consider that the be allowed to expend itself and where the young in some risky adventure. Nothing short of a tripto Kissimmee Valley Gazette requestingthat orange will l he much betetr! this _

board of trade is only what the members make it ? I men may develop their bodies along with their Florida in the summer season and a visit to some paper to assist her Retting a year than last, that the fruit will be w 'II

The very same individual who says that the boardof minds. of the ocean and gulf resorts there would ever convince Florida husband. She requests the I fine, of uniform site, pretty In color,

,J trade is nothing but a bunch of "wind-jammers" has been started in San- : a very large proportion of the people outsideof editor to hurry up as winter is coming/ I the market improved, money will be '

h, r 'Jias probably never attended a meeting since that Recently a movement the state as to Florida's summer climate as com- on. She expresses a preferAce> for plenty, and good prices are ahead fro f fI
ford the establishment of Young Men'sChristian
mass meeting last February. What right has he to looking to a pared with the climate of other sections. old soldiers, stating by way of a sort I the growers. On account of so much
Association there. The
criticize? Has he done anything to make the, organization Baptist trustees I of introduction that she has plantedtwo decay and poor market conditions the
the the A few weeks number of Baltimoreans wenl
have proposed organization a
agreed to give ago
more than he calls it? If the work of of these old fellows already. If last crop brought
old church building for its home.A to the Pacific coast. They spent a few days at Salt practically no profit ,
Baptist use as a :
the body, if the lack of work does not suit him he any others want the same gloriousend to the grower, in many cases a loss. '
and while there the thermometer
is be held Lake City, ;
perfect organization. gave
mass meeting to to an
let them The
forward and The
should the and declare himself. He come
to meetings coming season the condition
go will
of 108
them a steady temperature, so they reported, .
has some ideas that would be worth listenIng Sun will forward the name or namesto be much better is the
probably opinion of
'From Salt Lake City they went to South. alt;
.. This action on the part of Sanford has given degrees. The Valley Gazette with 'the .f
to. but the place for, his criticism and suggestions a request growers. As soon as the fruit is ? ,
I. California and found intensely hot "
: ... is at the meetings and not on the street cor rise to the question-"Why not a Y- M. C. A. for ern an country.the that the muchly widowed -widow be fit to market it will go forward. The
And on their return one business man in r, .
I yet
of those who Kissimmee. notified.-Gainesville Sun. I first of .
.' ners. If sixty per cent signed pledgesto expressed his enthusiasm for Southern California car grapefruit was shipped "
keep the board alive, would attend the meetings Let's take up the idea at once and push it to a party -+- from the lower East Coast last week.
because it was possible to live there in sum-
of the organization and take part in t ehdelibera- successful issue. We believe that the pastors of the Senator Arthur E. Doneg'an has' Volusia county will have a better
r mertime, and the winters were good expressing at crop
lt i of the organization and take part in the delibera- various churches would be a good committee to the time the suggestion that in this respectit purchased the Graystone hotel in KiS-// than the estimate given earlier in theseason. -
same simmee and will
l l powerful body in the city. start the work. We respectfully ask that they take annex Paradise The fruit is !showing
ahead of Florida because it was not possible up
was land. That's
combination hard
a to
The officers of the board are sending out let- tb: matter up at once. We pledge the support of splendidly in the proves, the golden
live in Florida in
t, len this week to members asking them to fulfill the Valley Gazette to the movement and will do to summer. excel. Senator Donegan is a progressive tinge appearing on the earlier varieties

t I their pledges for dues and hereafter an honor roll all that we can to boost the plan and to help the The gentleman who made this statement is a citizen and turns his hand to any- and growers are getUng--

h' I of those who pay will be published in the Valley organization if itiis, formed.! well-informed, intelligent prosperous business man, thing" calculated to help "his home ready for the shipping season. Let

i Gazette. We hope that the list will be so lengthyas WHAT DO YOU( THINK ABOUT THIS PLAN? and he simply voiced the views of a very larg pro; town. lie has promoted every inter- them pick a good reliable their fruit,
of the of the When he est from fish to figments and has and
people was the
as to tax our capacity to publish it. portion country. prospects are bright for good,
told of how Florida people from all of the probably assisted more young men in profitable
ips IF YOU HA VENT PAID YOUR DUES-COME parts returns. Grapefruit could
j i :., ".'. ACROSS. APPROVES CASH BASIS EDITORIAL Union will unanimuosly testify to the attractiveness business than any man in this sectionof not be disposed of at any price for
sr ,''',,>' . of Florida's summer climate, he was greatly amazed. Florida. The Senator is himself a profit last year. The of a *
crop this
r L. FLORIDA'S PROSPERITY Commenting an editorial in the Valley Gazette He had thought that because Florida has a good young man, and has built his own success fruit is short this year, and you will

"" :- of last week on the subject of adopting the cash winter climate it had a burning, intense heat throughthe against adverse .cir umstances. I get money for it this seaaon-Vol I'L

'\ Why the business outlook in Florida is bright basis generally for busines, the following letter has summer. busy tie is to a give busy his man time, but and he effort is never in aid-too sea County Record. -

11( U the subject of a layman's editorial written by been received from Hon. H. E. Overstreet, president California railroads never for a moment thinkof ing any worthy cause.-Orlando Re- The Anglo-French]

,,' J. E. Ingraham vice-president of the Florida East of the E. L Brady Company, wholesale grocers letting up in their efforts to attract people to porter-Star. bond issue has been $500,000,000(

I, Coast railway for the Manufacturer's Record, of Miami, Fla. Mr. Overstreet writes as'follows : California during the summer. They are always --0- It is possible that over-subscribed

i ') Baltimore. Mr. Ingraham believes that diversification To the Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazelle Kissimmee, vigorously urging people to visit California on sum- Osceola county has a publicity fund writers' books are closed when the it under

: of products is Florida's hope and in putting Fla. mer excursions as well as in winter time and yet from the levy of a special publicity found that $50.000,000 will be

1 1 forth this idea, he writes as follows Dear Sir: I have read your editorial in your Southern California has a heat unknown to Florida, tax, and the commissioners are expending needed has been more than

' Tn* The reason why the business outlook is brighter issue of Oct. lit entitled "The Cash Basis for and no man in Florida, however long he has lived it in a manner which will un- John D. Rockefeller spoken for. Both

i for Florida than any other state in the South is be- Business"and you h jve-_-certainly: hit the nail there, has probably ever seen the thermometer reach questionably meet the approval of a Rockefeller have subsciibed and William

cause of the diversified products raised in Florida squarely on the head. This editorial is" as strong an 108 degrees, as it did in Salt Lake City a few weeks large majority of the tax payer: $10,000.000. the second for -the lint'r 1

I a. against southern states whose staple crop is argument as I have ever seen on the cash proposition ago. About the first appropriation made said to be less, but not an amount

ar cotton. The early vegetable crops, the citrus fruits, "and if those of the Kissimmee merchants who Many people also believe Florida is a land of : was five hundred dollars for an exhibit wish some of these New specified.York We
1 Irish and in addition have on a cash basis will give their customersthe at the Five boys
.1 potatoes, hay grain, to cotton gone mosquitoes, but we venture to that there were County Midwinter would remove to Polk
say and
,t and tobacco, raised in Florida will shortly be in- benefit of the saving they will make by sellingfor far fewer mosquitoes to be found in Florida duringthe Fair to be held in Orlando. The com- us get a system of good county roads.-Polk help

creased.An cash, not only the merchants but the people of present summer than in Baltimore, or New York missioners subscribed for a thousand County Record.

of j industry is now rapidly developing in the Kissimmee will be much better off. or in Massachusetts. Indeed, on portions of the copies of the local newspapers to be 'j I' :

ii" breeding of high-grade cattle, hogs and sheep; We have possibly one of the largest stores of its coast of Massachusetts this year mosquitoes wereso sent out to prospective investors and 0 oo ooo'o, OOOOOOOOO o

i t daily large acreages are being fenced in for cattle kind in the state, and we have for the past several intolerably bad that guests could get but little visitors, and they, paid a man to give LETTERS FROM 0 O

,o ranges. The cattlemen of the West are becoming months done a strictly cash business, with the re- rest. And in New York not only in the suburbs, his time and attention to preparing a I OUR READERS *

; largely interested in cattle raising in Florida ; they sult that our business has dpubled our ability to but in the city, mosquitoes were thicker than the booklet containing all essential information 0Doland

;p ;, are buying up lart e tracts of land fencing them in buy cheaper has increased we have been enabledto writer has ever found them in Florida.A which any one becoming I OOOOOOO iO'.OO.oO' ..'..

'r' arid stocking the ranges with cattle, which they are save the people of our city many dollars by large proportion of the South has climatic interested in the county might requireor ] S. D., Oct. 6, 1915.
} improving with blooded stock. them lower and much better very desrie. In addition to this I
: ; giving prices we are advantages and freedom from insect pests which they Mr. W. B. Harris. Kissimmee, Fla.
i; 'i Thi* season' outlook for Florida is more than have .taken advertising space in wide Dear Sir: Knowing _
make the of the m r sub I
infinitely superior
"' ';>' bright, and those who have taken the turn of the i off.Here's success to those of the Kissimmee mer- I to rest country ly circulated magazines this latter to the Kissimmee n B "MIJ "J'tion *
Valley Gazette
tide at the proper moment are the ones who will chants who have adopted this plan, and we do not being: limited. It is to be hoped that expires some time this

IA i reap the harvest awaiting them. believe they will ever regret so doing. I The South has never yet fully waked up to its ,Psceola's manner of expending: her with enclose P. O. order month for I here-

The outlook for the citrus industry for this season With kind regards, yours very truly, superior advantages over other sections. It sees publicity fund will prove profitable.The amount of $1.60 for renewal the
a of
,!<"" i i. extremely good. Buyers are "in the market H. E. OVERSTREET Pres. its own disadvantages, whether they be mosquitoesor commissioners have followed a year' subscription one ,
insects or a warm day, and forget that mosquitoes commendable in to same. Cannot }.
i buying up the orange and grapefruit crops at prices plan spending as get along without 1""
[." and other insect and warm day are often muchof the home your most valued, n '
/ which appear tempting to the grower and which money at as they paper, as It keeps us in
,v ii show a profit which many of them are taking, the The farmers of the state had a "day" last Fri: more intolerable: elsewhere than at home. reasonably can.-Orlando ReporterStar. doings and happenings touch of Kissimmee with the r r, ;, '

n, general term being for fruit upon the tree The, day. At least the legislature called it "Fanners The move to turn summer tourist travel into and Osceola county: ,, ,* ;-.vi.

.'/ early v .etabJ.owen are all looking to a good Day." About the only' people who'enjoyed a holi- Florida i i., therefore, a good one. Visitor to that Very truly yours. {'' :.,*

li reason for their crops because of the improvement day were the "overworked" banker We move state during the summer time if proper hotel accommodation A typewriter invented in Germany WM. SHEAD 'I' "' '.J

!, 4.1 i of/trade ...th., North and the larger number of that the next legislature change the name to "Bank on the seacoast are provided would is said to do perfect work althoughit /y' ,,., dM,

iy 'Jaborert employed..Although ers' Day"' for all the farmer we saw last 'Friday get a new understanding of the Souths climatic is small enough to be carried in a White chinchilla ,.****. "(arefe': ; ',,7

t \\7\ "''. the'industry i is not developed! to any were hard .at work. ,advantage pocket. coming out bound with.Wk j! ,braid 't '
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feed bill of prisoners for September S H I P 1 hUhUUUUU__ 1 10
* of the Pistol bonof I>. Rotunda was presentid : Proceedings of \V. W Maklnson Co. sup Bch 30 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O..OOO..O.O I

f to the' approval but S H I> 2 u'n_ __ ___ _, _hU 1.96W
the: board having rdf'r'e:; passed a B Maklrison Co sup sen 2.

resolution not to approve such bonds $4 74 9. 111.49 _UP ____ _ 10 24
; i CommissionersKlsniinmee without satisfactory evidence that applicant the School Board Chan \\'. Ooodall labor hn 2160Z
County ; was entitled to a license, refused \\' Bass hal labor srh 2IN 400 00 '

to approve said bond I IKlulmm..e. ;Meltta A Johnson. sal tchr ach LICENSE NOTICE .

of Instruction 40 8 H L> 2 n _ 36.00IX
: The supf'rlntendent public ,
I n Brown labor ach: V 111 26.
flied. hi. financial
statementfor Fla.. Oct. 4. 1815. I Ill,16 70 _ _ _ 17 95
Kla Oct. 1915 nn '
4. July and August with the board ofcounty
The Hoard of Public Instruction met
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The Hoard M Tiller Inn sen 1 10 00 "
of. Bounty Commlaston commissioners In regular session. there being preaentW I 1)I (3 Wagner;: : Ins sch 1 'u. 16.00N
In and fur ( >Hi <>lu (ounty met on the u a is
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The following bills were .xamlned.Rppro'ed C Haaa. .h..lrman.'alt..r Kronaon
above H ertlc 1 sup ai'h 6 2 30
; (iktr. there' h..lnJ: present J2 I. and J. H< oleo C. E. Yowell.
and ordered Shallot
paid:
, 1..ley. hiiitnian\ H V lanler. A. K I J; H V'Vner flag pole sen 1 6.0)1C ::::
)4eat.. Ydiirik Tliidwll. \\' K Walki. auperlntendentAllnutea K Vow.I : S tnoB (mils : 50011
F T l esley. .omml..lon..rnu' 400H
of the last meeting were
All State and
License due d October1st.
stain loan 3 __ 2000 60State County payable
Dank .
T rdiiinilHKioiii I , John S ((.d.1.1. cituntv V I I.l\n".r. com & mileage __ 600A read. and ,'dH mos n are a
t ..1I..y. aul J I. oi street clerkand V Haas.. om & mileage. _ 6(10Youtig L. approv Count Treasurer. reporler Hank. hit No 674 3 touts 40 Oil
7 W Kass. Tabor'ach I _ 8.50Minn
HiidttmTh .; TlndHll com & mileage 18 00 Lurt..r. .' Lottie IMmllttle. Hal I ,,('hr This includes Licenses for all kinds of basinets, automobile, i 5,
< mhlutr.I of the last regular \ K \\'alk'r. corn & mileage 2000J To the Honorable Hoard of Publlt In- \
n<'li 2 40 00
ni'' t ink lor t the board were read, and K Hans. janitor h -_ __ /5000John .trudlon In cad for Oaceola County
app| ." "snl n..vla.l upt. I poor farm _ 6000I. 1 herewith tender. mv report aaTnanurer Prof H M I\ans appeared before etc. These Licenses mast be paid before the FIRST DAY OF ? ,

1 II InKram. can* of .pall n' It 60 of Oaceola. County for the the board and asked permlwfllon to 'atalillBh -
ChtJlmun i: r. 1".1. r< ported that T M Murph. 1udnre. Co ('I. _ 26 00is m he.nl tciinl'iiH. *In collection
of A. 1) 1916
month September. NOVEMBER. On that "will
lit informations be filed
hud 1'1\11",1' the innttiT .t ..t>- T M Murph. Judiit" Juv Ct r.o with Ih.' HKrl<'ultur<. lourna. for the day_ against :
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Ioluunn i"I t "f c ",int\, ,'n"ln-t'r. and thai ... ..ral Aeaoul Fu.d.
,I I. irstreit. clerk. A.s audtrV 6100John boys i.r thu 7th and hth grades of <
Mi\ q It Itnn'mi' \ liud prepared n con '. To balance from last report $138710 ..h..1 No 1 I. The l beard
( ndcl 1 Co Ally 20 X4 granted one in OsceoU County subject to License Tax wko kas
1 1 I I" .... n every pay :
to
1"" Hiil .111.11" the board for To amt ecd from Compt Jan.. I ,
I. It l J'ftrnn rapt Kuards. etc 100 00( ,inlRslon "'HI.agreed to give' such Y
th.I li t iiiiNid' 'nllon i "hl 1 1 1 1-h rnuu 1 at.t HIM Feb A Mch redemptTo __- _ 73 90 aa net. ..
((1V Anhtiin. road grad 75 (10 esHarj
I I'tid/ /ii. i" n Lon nudio"I. and itftir Numb dl.I J H ( iw.eim n"dol'nnn itiKr ('e _ (_ 10 no amt reed from Kiss ('II v 2117 10 The committee appoint b\ .Ar-1 not done jo. There will be no exception U in doubt a* t* f.
IJMhult' .t K \' I. To r'e,1. from Teachrrn'
ui 1".n 11 anicrH Mel1rlla l. oo amt Hupt .
H M nd l nmlntenanrelll 10
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IH",10..1 I I I.\ \ I HJ.HH and carried. Hxam _ 11 IN)
!Mi, U IIIIK.i\ \\ an a |"pi,,1 lul..1 I an 'n"lm'.r \\ I.Jan 4*<*.' ma Clements Inti nanceMrn mufti' _n. __ 6 6 00'noR To amt reed u from Tax Coll aKaliiHtV H MiiHHentierK. principal whether you are subject to a License Tax, confer wick tke proper '
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at 9'y i? i < ni,, oT t Ihr total coat of ... malntMlKH __ tax.. _ _ 280 07 the Ninth KIsHlmmi .colored. achool\ .
Kainuil Motitn 00B
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Hi an,"ik .IH HH) .\\ n "n the final end_ I \,11I..wl.... nialiill _ n_ (10 To nint rt t'd from Tax 'oll No 2O siistanlicl riportid h\thitt 11..S tin Itlt tliaiKH.nc. producid werenut .1 officers before November 1 st. Excuse will not be accepted after It ,'
tit I t b if 11 sink| I .1"". l Ls the I ODt I 114' Toll Tux I 1414 IIII .
!Sits 11 ars Johns initial ii (in hut I u "m..1 thiit Hiilil MaRR,'n-
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II i 'In i It.I I I.., .ul t I" the ugh nr.r, In'' mil ltuld'tnun "It Inn Ally 1110' By paid .1.1,1.1, II H 11\1'-\ f I'
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f", taut 26 25 I> 1 if tin HIIHRI'nn'' HI hiiol No; 28 In f ;
'1 t 1 1in I". 'd 1 HiI aU"u,. .tad ti.; tI li ik I" "Fir,\ .T torn R raitimi pa per| and Tn . Hull. trolll Hrhoi-l H''l-<. 'to. 1 706 f3 |1'111<'i' of ,f li I{<.\ i.I Ic. reslgued| 1
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:i::1":1, : :: \.:I',f n. 'i I.:.: II pasl:: .e.h".K giit.rr."< mi not i Mi t !M top B|. (\'\aiRoii/Ibb.uI runt,, tux In nasrsaur tan. of 1315 1'o amt.l b A.n !ltd rd fiom,ill Coil report'lit JinFi .. 641! 'I IN.C'i' s of \iui;x.h.iol::;I \\IIM N.I. Ji: ;< |.I'I't'\ : ;\; : \\.- 40 Prosecuting Attorney. wIh

I.e I. ILuu..s big. 'thrl 1,, stilt a ups itf :1t sa Hill 11 P 10H i. nil-t I II, 'Hl red
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unU.I' ,. sslh i 1 tOMUlution. ( I L I\IIh'I < nnitttaelnltM. K6fi To unit t-ti l from tax ( oil ;
nglld' I Of I ) .. 711paid !Mi, I 1'cIIH.; l .cor s< li""I I S o r,. ,iippi'iir. dl.fu. p
I I.,. ,0,7,111l' i ? itcu,1. ann, .\ "f I load 1 IllH. I 'if." ILI 1 T.I 1 i "I'0 I lint, I two inn I"x. .. he hoiud and nak.d I nHHlHtiinitt tea.:

N. still.i Ih. tI..L..ula. j'.l\j" onipati' pin' fa I mI no t l.t, ti,.. tl, IIHpol I II t loll "f .'Pollll H." l'M
lit I 11" .11 .pt 'tu1111,1" I .I I U 'I 1', ,ii s. wit t1. C" ,'. 4 no lint 711' 1 41lay 1 'I..hll.li.n w ho HM. 11\ mll.H fruit tin. _- -- --- -_ _

Mr. I I. -I: 1 1-.n u. I 11'1"' toed. I L i f"r.i. 0.<. I Foro Ht I 111111 I \\ It In ItM 4 110 I walruta HH per __14363 H' haul 1 buuseitrt ..111. (inn Hid 1"11.110"1 I'' IlYI

1 I", I,1,t ,11..1, l .1.,1 t ,1 thin 1 1I '/ It.a\ |1"1' ofti111..ntL llty I I'i let HI ill. wit\ tn ('I t 1111I liiil,, rifl: : 2f2C1 th., I buuld, il" ill..I. l I.. tilts, tIGau per ,
mi e
i i ',' ,I 1\1.t 1x 'to, Hi*' I.lid 1 ,. ) t II"II.K) IHIIIIH t""M'I! f \In Cn- Ct 4611 Mob veh....,1 HI... ,... 9 ,:, month, lor llu. ( "iinnpoi' tat Ion .of sold (
p ww .I,,, u"u Mil II.t h. u ..ut.1 1 Ilk I..rII. nlan I 1'11111. wit loll. 6 f,0 To 'bitlniMlo . from I poplin i I
iHHt 4'
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"t.ishlb., ,, 1 ill "lIh gtsuliu. 11,01 Ik. 1 l'i"H IH..II wit C.. I"IT 1 1911! unit rli < ( ninth! ''I 1 polled' I Hull III, wink, all
auto rb _ ',. IPyultd
A M. h 211
'4 .. .. i If 1 1".f..I''I."r.l, Hc'p foHOU( te.l.'tiattt.' H 1 I' of I IIIK tint.. : I r Favorite Store of
lit" "I"I n t i upon| tit IIH.1.I. "f U \ . . II mid nah ol Unit tin aliir\ The Kissimmee I
1.,11".I I'. 11.dd.It i I.\ t..nng,, 1'1",11111 1 and .I I 1 L Iis i tNtr.rl. t i i .li IHI f i i ap ----I I2fo4 ''hr nliiifiHiil, \riit Inv i .1I"aOo"( thi.
1..11.1 I I .i.id to i ....lute l 97.00 06 l I I .. ,
"rlrnd t1 ,'1-,1 to fui, HIM.i u'u Ity pad warrants. n. list till (0: mutt'r lit liiiii.l' allowii) m IIHI.IIHIof f,
pr
Mia 1'.I n," ''IH..MM. and 1 t then for hlftI M liti hliiHunhue ( 0. slioi to __ t6; out' pet mull I h

tit" I" ,1.. 01.I 11."., the .1111. and < .,.II.ly. ,load K.iim. 34 80 la _ _ __ 85.46 I 111. t IIUHtllK "J I HI hoot, I No Id. Of St 1
,,1... , Mail I K mi ti C'o n II i iMimliiil 13 60 ore ," <'loud II' i
u In I. i < itiiiptt Stilhnut xln. iipoit.il state of I the grades
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< I 1..11. I L.t KaRolllii' To bal from fast report" _ 112S IK I IBy uiti. < ltilid. 11 ,Ml I".I'I hili another .
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John' Inns IA. of
Mitli .r I \\" In..tin npi. .eared befort eati courtly hold warrants i as per llHtHalance _ 117 (HIHa 1 t.fuh.r, h. nip' ,,1.,1 Tin haled InKtrurted -
,I I Loud, end I r""I..1| t Ihllt the rnmiitttt tlMCrola pas: ''Ier llrtw!'t..o metal culv'I"I 296 12 on ro;:: Supt )'ow.ell to Investigate FURNITUREWE ?

j ., MI" point, t.d l to alter. the plans'\ for isiiola Hdw. Co sup rd gang 12 30) _ _ _ __ _. u___ 1011 38 th>'.mod", ,,,(fl'r iin.l tjiki. such :i. (I.m aa hedei
. 'j the I 1".1.1. i .T "M" "ln county wan H <* Stanford 4' Co. timlt Kehool HI".. ,No 4 neltNHHiySupt .
through' I nod lint I the uhnngs mad 0. supplies To balance from last report __ Slid 94 1 owi H reported to the board.
road _ _ ____ _ 11 *>6 )
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gang that
t : : It was hla Intintlon to rail!
w ,uld 1 nt. 4 Hstt nt< ti.w ads ertlnem.nt. \\. & C ire 1'0. mule feed _ 171 8d! fly paid warrants aa per list u 161.60 teachera Inatltute November 2flth a ,
1' a for I bids I on, HitIIM'. sheteup '"n on on .
motion W & < .' of \.intiK Th..ll\lI. '..nd.d sup gang Balance _ _ 2986.44 and requested that the board allow theteachera
"" ( Ity A. \\ P I'ullen teams rd . 660 uu -n 1
rang
V' I.HNO' ii i' ai' rued i thi clerk wasinatru'Ird Arthuraricn. fish to rd 460 ...h ftrkool !>!.<- No. B attending said Institute begranted VilT
l 1 11::1:1a'I; \ >r t IHI for ,lililn: to he K H Lawson shoes to county gang To balance from last report __ 126.11 pay the for that. dw>'. The boardgranted HA Kit

j r".I\O.,1 t on the 22 ml djiof ctobrA road __ __ 600 To amt. reed from C'ompt Jan, request.There t.
I A I I' 1 14th. anme. to. !h. opened k"board. the \%'. It t..nk'in.,;, --Co, -supplies-- K"b, & .Mch redempt ______ 6.98 I! the board being adjourned no further until the business next. -
clerk 1 (
And) II. t'hallrtlan t of the I: to county road : 10 SO 'regular .

or county cgtymisah.ners. May Lumber Co. lumber: :::: :94SB Balance _ J31.09IIalt Attest: meeting W. C. BASS ...

Mr R. ft Vard came before the I M C. Gilbert guard __________ .00 ftrkMl DI... N.. C C. E. YOWEI.it Chairman. _
a ,lr:I I board with a view of idling them a !R. M. ._ 40.00IIc..n. To balance from l last report __ 20'7.88By Superintendent 1 ; I vsft
\ lot of ahadt tree to be planted along1 Tampa Tribune 1 Pub: Co( auto paid warrant aa per list __ 6 .(0Balance ,

the county roada.; master paaed.. collector __....._ 4 00 I to la coBiectioi with Hardware liD. w..ewy'i co.pI.te" '
Enamel\\OX 147.98S. According: Dr. A. J. Read professor oar
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J Bait Nov Co autotags t ,
The clerk. . Inatrurted to draw the .. ,
') following: wArrants wan : City of fit Cloud. commlsslpns: _i... 79.BO I Ift. 'Warrants. U LUPPKU.the aum County of $266202 Tr..a>Urer. of hygiene in the Normal Schoolof G.. .f foraitnre.. W. make a .p.dall-.1 ontfittiaf koniei, lid K ,

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L L-upfer. __ 51.711 were,
for culvert 112.80 Susan Yates maintenanre '-"'
, : examined and cancelled In aes- Education
$& 00.; Mm K E. Williams. Palace Drug Store medicine to I open Physical at Battle Creek: handle reliable '-

road _ ____ __ '
\ gang: 280 alonHllla
nurrt.M.KH Jremtte Sullivan. $22 OOV: u u. Mich. the ideal of the
. Mrs L. K Farmer board ofconvict were approved and warrants iaaued woman eugenicage 1
lliir.ior bal I 1
1
1c ix awn* HHor com on .
) 'H I"H""Hh", '''nt. $11 r>4 95.( 11'10'la"k __ _ nnd ,__ 10.60 aa follows: will be plump and well founded,
H !M Rogers r.lenee 1 ten C K;. Yowell' sal aupt h__ t 12I>.00 Bed Room Furniture
paid
Dining
if l KiMMinnu", I loan 1 to. toad. fluid IHMM( ) \%' C Ilaaa. M II) I' I 4 00 but '
, , 'u t Iwo" Co ronlots _A _ __ 600G,1 not fat. Her complexion will be ,
l"t",1 I loaf rnl fur nix' NA
r n//I \\ al \Nalter Kronaon M n r. I BOO I
in.nt, 'hs I, J 4''" 1111. loon 1 t4> general I fund. : ; Porter .luiiird ( 'o tonvlct 7/i0 _. I ruddy brown not that
.I Z Kobi'TROII. mid rd KanKI 2 K6 1 S Strati. M U PI 8110 or pale as of I Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
$1 "'H" tilt.t tint 1 on loin flit "U n.ontliH Sohn ;
(U \\iiodall. lit nltor 1 1R 110Mra
t; .J I 7. Uiliimon mid Jail prlnrnKlfiH 200 I ,
'. 94' *"' I I'.t .I.In.Mtuu) ' amt t nlil Mat present-day woman ; because the pale
; : :: ; ; : Tel Co rent t ("t houao 8teffe.( mtltrhrarh I 8 4r.llMra I
w ,It .t \ ,.;n1., I of Hint., ally J.I". i till ih'. ; '
d Lucas. sill trh arh 4 4600 skin is
Mi I: I: :S.:.uiuli. \ 1\1'1".1 befnntin I Seel| I IHlM 6 00 a badge of disease ra ther than I Suits Odd Chairs Rockers ;
Mice Star Paisley. sal felt a>'h !'I 4500
\\ & L I 1' llichts Si" pt A ,
t Loud .11.M,1| HMk* ,! t then, tn subs i (hift I walt'r to Ian 1916 1 1nupplln _ 4332 Mrs I. !. ..rile. sal tch srh 1CI I of health. .
,t lb.I 4 'nnM pnp| ,"i n nnaln Meld t pa- I week 1000
Couches Etc.
: :
Mrs lulla
: : : I Hasa road u - - uh
p.te i t to I ti- s. M"t out RH a lert Im m< ,ntft Mica Edna Sihwelfcart. cal trhrarh ,
_ 3 60 ,
i gang
.. Ilii.) ..tints ..10. i upon on nmt Ion of \V I Tlarl..r. bal. 4-6 'u 1916ant. No. 21 _ 40.00 THICK GLOSSY HAIR ,
A I F It.IH*< HI i ","1..1 I I" Young TlnditllI .om8.
Miss Ola eel trhr h
. semen ___ 114635 Campbell 8 FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls
11,1 t < nit l 1,1 t In Lon I rd aut > il to tn loKio u --r- 22 _ _ 40 00I.
T Murph '. rust KaiJterHonHaulerson n (
( .''I''H.|'.i I 11 l.nu i i the Vatl." > alette and > ... A Young. sal trhr arh 25 36 00
_ 1 65atty I $ Ll
fit, ftl.nt tln M I.1 II. IiiKiam. .oet
I" ,stn I"of r ,il sets.'",. ,, im stud,"th..uh..rll'lI""e. it the rate" .In..r'I Ciilte _. __ _ h_ ___ 14 SOB I C. 27 P. u Bnlknap_. __ U aal_ tchr_ _u ach_ 294ft_) 40 00 00 Try it'! Hair gets soft,. fluffy and helping people to outfit home Come and see. Oar price are h A
J (C1 Griffin road gang__ 76
sup
b. Lin nt. '.nMt ,. "i. bt'auUful-Gt't 25
Mm Rosa H Tlndall lumber to Mra Lottie Huff nat tchrach 49 4000 a cent bottleOf ilL '
t I' H .r..itini' *""n n pp,'nred before F. D. MII.. sal achr srh 13. S 1
county _ __ __ __ 325
/ th 1 0",1 ami I stated, that the Tampa. Hi'nrMontsiloca.--. .. Uh wit. pros h 8 D No.3 HUU ___ u _ 90.00 Danderine. 4.
Mi i ,nlMK, Trtl,utu tins now" making up Miss Carrie Yon elf Ichr ach 13
_
ally . __ 1 00
I busk ,and I that this nhouldta '
th li
M it
< H 8 l) No 50 00
C work (b .
Nirman on road 1 60 -
lu R|'"ut In told hook I w hi n'upon on Mrs Leila.I fa3rv..y. sal tchr: sch
New Eden Plantation If for '
Co. lumber you care heavy hair that glis-
H motion made Anti carried the board and syrup __ __ 36.23 1 18 8S' O No 3 nh__ __ _ 46 00 TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
i..,teed. to. Ink $%511 (MI worth of sparethi Pat Johnston amt. pu paid. state u Fred O Hevels sal tchr sch 28FT tens with beauty and radiant with Y4
t ..""oIH..u.r., tt> recelxe bon roplcBof 8 I> No.4 .. 90.00
wit by order state atty ___ SO.00 I Uh I
th*' bo"k. .to ,be Bent out .an ..dv..r- Henry MrKnlKht barbering. Miss M. H McQualK. 17 dwyasch life; has an incomparable softness and .

tIAI.:NotarIt.; ." "",II."i ml for of( )Miff reola. Kathryn count "\\'II- Jim one\Voodall mo conv guard camp__ _Uh_ ________ 2.60SO 15,I, Miss 28 Hose. H 8 McKenzie D No 4 uu sal_ tch_ 42 CO is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. No matter what kind of an Engine yon .have-Gat, Steam, t "t,..

cox. with Arthur 11 Dont ican and Pat u a-h 30. H S I) No.2 __ _ _ 40.00 Just I' .
Johnston aH MinetUit' was examtntd and .Kiss I 1 P Chunn Valley sal Oazette Co physician printing 62.60 W. N darner. fruht ..60:; drayage one application doubles the Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly the Tool. yen) :

approvid. I.,II..t'taulerson touts In the case of hunting license A. financial }.71. Sch 16. 8 H 1) 1 1.15 beauty of your hair, besides it immediately need in your everyday work-Wrenehet, Hammers, Oilort, etc,, I ?
Noah; was exam-
Stat< \M 1-6.-ti
John sch
_ _ _ ___ Armstrongwell
Int.d and "rdt.red pnld' also h'rlft< a report Hdw- Co- -. fans hn to Cl 46 00Oa..IIIR In< 1 __ On q _ u 7500 dissolves every particle of all of the best quality and workmaatkip, and at price that will "t:

house A F 127.20 'F. E. Williams. material. itch 16 dandruff. You not have nice
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.' '" Mrs K K ; .l'llItao..r.. nurse:- --Miss- - S S I> 1 unu __ 10 9/i can surprise yon. This store hat the reputation of .handling .*!? ,r.,1' .

Sullivan _ __ 22 00 Edgar C Haas. painting sch 16 heavy, healthy hair 'if you have that b of and will make "
U 'u nh hardware mi.
MAN IS Cltv of 8t< (Cloud metal culvII 12 80 IH< 1> 1 _ _ __ _ ___ 13 66 Mperior quality yon .. *.s

GEORGIA E. Evans farm dem art. n 76.00 C8 W Deputy. janitor sch 18 S dandruff. This destructive scurf robs take in coming hero NOW nnd inspecting oar big stock. ;

Levy Prescott. wit pros .__ 2.70B51 D __ __ _ __ _ _ 27 00 the hair of its lustre its strength and .
J. C. I.unlnK hire of convicts Osceola Hdw. Co.. sup sch 18 ;,' ..'

.; I RESCUED IN TIMEResident I I 4th quarter 1916 __ h 7 S S I> S __uu Hn____ __ __ 3.50Fr..d its very life, and if not overcome it ) '
[ State Bank of Kiss: loan to Harvey labor sch 21. 8 S

.' road fund 6 mo __ hh__ 100000 0 6 _ _ __ -_ _-_ _n___ '7.00Oa..ola produces a feverishness and itching of
: Find. Himself State Hank of Kiss. lilt on Hdw. Co sup itch 23. 8 :'
Woodstock
of
the the hair
loan warrant. 40.00 H I) 6 __ hh hh X 66 scalp; roots famish Osceola ;
Hardware f
-- oohUU
Restored After His Physid.n. State Bank. of Kiss loan to W. 8. Johnson sal tchr sch 28 30 00 loosen and die; then the hair falls out Company ;:

Failed Gen Rev fund ti mo. __ n 1000.00 R L. Lupfer com treas _ __ __ IS 68
State Hank of Kiss Int on loanAur'Y"a" Mrs M F Sears rent sch 1_ 7.00 fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle ofKnowlton'e
T A. LSWIB, who lives out on Route _ __ 40 00 Kiss Tel Co. phones scbtS 1. ....
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3 Woodstock. Ga., was the victim of : ., maintenance _: K 00 60; office .IOO ____ __ _ 3 50 Danderine from any drug .

stomach troubles for a long time. He Paid warrants were. ordered cancelled Alex, Haynes. rent sch 28 ______ 8 00 store and just try it. >a!.
I from the various funds a. follows Palace Drug Store. sup sch 1_ 8.26 ,
tried the treatments of many doctors. General Revenue _ _nun___ 2063.48 Oceania. Hardware Co ,. sup ();.

lie tried all sorts of remedies. Hood Fund __ n __-_ __--____ -_ SOC4 SO 1-11770: 8-11672 : 20W
serious handi- Fine & Forfeiture _____ 17050 12.20; 20N|1 00 ; 26- 1110 ; U- J.f .'
His sufferings were a The Tr aellr..r'e report nnn showed the $2.45 __ _nu_ __ U _ ___ _ 40.87 f.
cap to his work. following I balances on hand Oct. 1st Union Cypress Co. material sch : :

Then he tried Mayr' Wonderful 19IRleneral' 41 __ __ _ _ _ 6 60 I 11 *,1 Limited r '.
does the ( Revenue 119 OB Kiss"W' A I, Co water sch 1 37 63 II r

Remedy. Just as it always Pine & Forfeiture _nnnh_ __ -_ __ 11 HO.AS H. L Starling labor itch 1HarklevCardy _ 6 60 111 | IH0r Potash supply has ,'.

first dose proved to him what couldbe Fined. Fund U ___ __ ___ ____ 690.94 Co. supplies 6.60 : ,pYfi :;: .;
done for his ailment. He took the School Fund __ - .67 W n. Maklnson Co.. sup sch I 30 TJ given an incentive to look .

then wrote: Special I Pub Fund :'__:::::::= 1670 3 H M Evans. Krad com $4 00; :

full treatment; S $1) No 1 nunuhh_ 636211 stamps 9 71 __-__ ____ ___ 4.71 more thoroughly into plant nutrition 'I ;
"I have taken your wonderful rem s s I P No 2 _ __ __h KB.48 !Miss Alniinla I t.eitnq:grad I- out 4lit ,;... ,; .

edy and am feeling better than I have K S !> No 3 ___ 1011 3R Miss Allvlna Smith grad com 4 00 with view to utilizing products at hand to the ,

K. S II No.4 ________ 291)644 Yellow I'lne Lumber Co.. lum very
nu -
felt in four years. SSI' ) No 5 121 09 her scri 1 ___ _ 1.75 best The result of efforts ) ?
what - --- -- purpose. our along this line is
does '
just
yeu
'V..on..r.Haw"
"Your remedy SSI) No 6 147.98 r ( 0.. free hooks
it will do. si'h Id 13 12. in S6 70 9 82
claim
several doctors but they Total _huu_ _______ ___ 81B9 73 A R. Jackson. labor and ma
". "I tried terlal sch 1 ___v n_ -_ u __ 41 811 x Florideal Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less Potash r: i.A
Yes did me no good. I am glad that I The Tax" Collector's. License Report H lledprrave. sup. sch 37J _ h __ > 30 .
found wonderful remedy. showed the following/ collected (general I. Jones moving, piano I 00 .4t. ..

. A I have have recommended your it to" some of The.license Tax ,Co"e none:tor'a auto Poll license Tax, none.report Mrs tchr: Nellie noh IB\Vetnerbee_ ,e1La1___ 4000 It ift la carefully blended that where land U properly..prepared we will put it i s" '

lrf rnv neighbors who need it. showed It 00 collected. Mr.. Nellie H. Wstherbee, .al against any fertilizer mixture of same ammonia and phosphoric add / f'
Wonderful Remedy There being no further business be- tchr sch 36. H 8 I> 6 '__ 100 con- .
t. Mayr for stomach aver fore the board they adjourned to meet Miss Ruby Rasa. sal eh-i;: sch-7 46.*0 teat, regardless of percentage of potaah. Send for. t

permanent results again regular session November 1st, Miss. sal tchr seh 7 *
and intestinal ailments. Eat as much A. n 191B, $8 RUbE.Ba-h____ 1.00 r ;
S l l whatever like. No more distress ... Attest: K L. LESLEY Mra. Rosa ,Meeker sal tchr schMrs. W son & Toomer'Fertil'aerCo'
and Chairman.Clerk.
J. I- IOVEHSTREET. 12 40.00
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eatW of -- -
; after pressure gas ftoia -M keri a ;: sch
'I the heart Jacksonville
the stomach and around 111.88 D9 11.10.
bottle of your druggist now Fancy voile and checked gauzv aer Mr*" Leila Harvey sL hr-ii
Get one Florida
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': t.. and try it on an absolute guarante a good combination for a garden party M:: Lelia-Harvey, aal tchr-*chit 40.00: ,,, tip

'. 1&tiefatoqmoney will beret cIre. SBDt 1.00 1 d ,
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'If : r CE't. ... !... -' \THE KISSIMMEE" vkiL'EY:11'\ZETTE.:: fI "I .. i' .FRIDAY; OCTOBER IS,1915.' ;; .J

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I one of the ''most/successful"-In .the \ : . I I III I I. . I I I I I i'l (I I'1.1' .
state. The secretary'was' Instructed MONTHLY DDES"5 1 COMMITTEENAMEIFTOAID .
to'send him the desired Information.: :;' ,
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Notes
M Society $ A communication was also read ROLL TO APPEAR CANKER CAMPAIGN

from-a seed! house in Monticello seek Special
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ing tobuy 1000 "bushels of, y-IT. ULJ 1JI
(MattIe Bell. Harris, Editor.) velvet \ '
Noticehas'been
beans. This was filed for Information. trecel'Oe4'from. D.
(Continued from Fare One) C. Gillett, chairman of the'committed

i ri Request U made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send Items I President Agent Fanaler. Evans'and County urged Demonstration the:- the receiving' of these. amounts: the named at the Gainesville Citrus Seminar w

i Iff ;< j out t I' lo lie Editor (for publication inJtbe,!!-- colomns. growers to send in heir crop reportsas Board has rightfully incurred some to: secure federal aid for the fight I.
j against the citrus canker in Floridaand Prices
liabilities and on account of some of ,
. . . .. _. .. _. .. .. . _. .. ....._.. II. .I I I II I II I I often as requested by Mr. EVans. the promises referred to not that he has named J. W. Prentis :
. .w w President Fansler also furnished the having ','
i LEAGUE SOCIAL COUNTRY 1 ;.(T'C't; ; ; I information that those who sent in I been! redeemed! finds itself] delinquentin I and committee W. B.' Harris! of this city as a r'.

f The girls of Epworth of the Junior The ladies committee of the Golf these reports would receive the Department making. settlement of these liabili- to secure from the growersof ,
) ties. this county $500 for the! campaignfund.
League will hold a Ilallow'een rally and Country Club gave the opening of Agriculture reports and '
day social] Friday evening nt the home dance of the season at the club house copies of the Weekly News Letter Payments made to date ______ I i !
Your promise for the _. ((.OO The various counties of the state : Saturday .
f,! of Mrs. Arnold on Sunnier street. ]lust Fjiday;. night Respite the ruin i issued by this department which year wa $ .were oach assessed a proportionate I .
quite a number of niembem and theirfriends would l he found helpful to all growers.
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STENOLAIE.tN :O'J;( ETY Unpaid balance $ share of the proposed fund of $10,000 :
The Stenolukeaii /Literary/ society were out and a ,neat sum wasleali.ed Secretary Fripp read a I letter! received In order that the Board n.may pay .which will be used in a ninety-day'' :

held a meeting Wc-dm".dav afternoon for the building fund. from' the Florida Marketing off all obligations promptly, will you campaign to bring, pressure upon the : : at the
These dances will be held on/ the) Bureau, fhich sUited that a' reorgani- federal government far
in the auditorium. und the followingprogram kindly make a special effort and send an appropri-| '
second/ and fourth Fridays (if zation planned under the ntion of I
was enjoyed : \eiy was name your check at once for the above balance ,2,000,000 to fight the citrus :
Violin solo] Helen/ JonLife; of month, and it is. hoped that mole of the Florida Marketing and Distributing to J. W. Prentis treasurer. A canker. I :
members. will attend in futm'e FairplayMarket
Shakespeare, Mayme Wither spoon; Bureau. He reported that ]list of those making this settlementwill I
piano solo, Maurine Dann; .nkotrh oft Those present were: :Mr. and :Mrs he had written for more informationand appear weekly in the columns of NEW SUITS FILED I : -

Macbeth Edith Niswonger; vocal solo, J. S. Cadet!, Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Uun.ly, would give it to the members the Valley Gazette. The following suits were filed this :

Laura Thomas. Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, Mrs. J. I n. lark, when received.Mr. Your kindness will be appreciated, week in the circuit court: I '

Mrs. S. 11. Bullock, Mrs. J. I). Wood- Elder of the Clyde Line, was especially if it be prompt. State Bank vs. Harley. and Della .
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j. UTOPIAN SOCIETYThe 1 hlck.! Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs. E. E. then, introduced and told the growersof Faithfully yours, Holmes, assumpsit damages $1500. :

Utopian Literary society will Naugle, Miss Madeline Hill of Nar- the combination express and water H. C. STANFORD C. W. Stute vs. Harley Holmes, as

hold its regular meeting Monday aft coossee, Miss Glenn, K. McPherson, rate made by his company. lie stated sumpsit damages. r

v' ncon in the school] auditorium The Robert Page, J. K. Atwood, Geo. that the new rates would representa PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Phone 245
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following program will be rendered: Gardner Ted Glenn! Dudley] Glenn W. saving of 15% cents 'a box on citrus There will be communion servicesat Cum Old damn. 8ttIer ftMwdte ....t On. .

Piano solo Gussie Winn; Lifu of W. Stewart, of St. Cloud. fruits in carload lots of 300 boxes! the Presbyterian church Sunday Tae ww cured.t"._1k.ao BiaHer of bow ton.*.....
are bjr wonder/ l. old <
James! Whitcomb Riley! Parah Clark, to e when Porter'! AntlKptic H..II.. CHI. It .u..I.
shipped the
by combination morning at 11 o'clock the regular <* 11111111111111111111111111THE
vocal solo Tony Regero; recitation. Pal. sad Hr.l. ml UM ja Urn*. 2Sc,3Oc.
routing instead of the all rail
SEWING PARTY routeto quarterly communion for the first
Dolly Alford] ; Riley's Works, Harold
New YoVk. Sunday in October having been
post-
Miss Lola Lawler] delightfully entertained -
Hertiberg; recitation, HenryEd! -
He that the poned on account of the absence of
Y wards; violin solo, Paul Beuter. the! members of her Sunday explained Clyde Line!
school class with a sewing party had installed a new ventilating sys- the pastor. A reprseentalive of this

MISSION STUDY CLASS Tuesday! afternoon at her home on tem in its ships whereby the! air was church and the pastor are expectingto !

The! members! of the Mission Study Church street! Dainty refreshmentsof changed every ten minutes and could attend the fall meeting of the Presbytery -

Class of the Epworth League were ice cream and cake were! served.! either be heated or cooled! as the occasion of Florida at Crystal River FAMILY STOREANNOUNCES

entertained Monday evening at the Those present were Jeanette! Prevatt, demanded.! He! showed! how next week.! They will be able to report '

home! of Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman on Alberta O'Berry! May Wightman. Ma- this system was superior to that of to the Presbytery! good progressin

Sumner street! They! finished the bookat bel Overstreet, Caroline Fripp Norma refrigeration.The! the work here.EDITOR . FALL
OPENING
this meeting.! "Delicious refresh- Griffin Fleda! Schweikart Frances rates on vegetable shipmentsby ;
ADAMS RETIRESW.
ments of chocolate wafers were! served Rex! ford Margaret Lee, Essie Bass express to Jacksonville and from

during the evening.! The guests Abby Harris, Alpha Westfall Mabel there to New York, Philadelphia! Bos- ,
L. of
; Bishop Arcadia Assumes
enjoyed! toasting marshmallows over! Platz Lilian Harris, and Dorothy ton or Providence by steamer were!
Management! of Zolfo Truth. Men's Clothing
candles. Those present were! Misses Wells. given by Mr. Elder as follows: Stan-

Cecelia! Overstreet Nina Bratton, * dard crates of vegetables to New
Storrt Schaefer Co', RepresentativeWill
Editor G. W. Adams, of the Zolfo
Ruth Clark and Ella Mae! Gilbert.MISS ENTERTAINS SEWING CLUB York 51 cents; Boston 58 cents; Philadelphia Be Here
Truth has disposed of his interests in
4' L'h:*HOSTESS Mrs. H. M. Pfann entertained! the 51 cents; Providence 58 the company and retired from the!
cents. Mr. Elder stated that his SATURDAY, OCT. 16
a Miss Mildred Lee! entertained the Priscilla Embroidery club at her homeon com- editorship of the! paper.! W. L. Bishop
members of the Philathea class rf tho Emmett street last Saturday after- pany would give! fourth morning delivery formerly! reporter! on the Arcadia With Full Line Fall Woolen

Methodist! church last Friday CHIilll noon. The afternoon was very pleas- in New York on shipmentsfrom News! is the! new! editor! and managerof Everything New Bat loa Name

at her home on Hughey! street. The antly spent! in fancy work and social Kissimmee. These! rates, he the Truth. Mr. Bishop is an experienced -
name of "King's Daughters" was conversation.! Bon bons were! servedas said, would be given on shipments of newspaper man and practical .

adopted and the following officers I refreshments.! The club will be en- two or more crates. The box rateson printer and will doubtless keep! the

elected! : president! Miss rey! Rob- : tertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. oranges and grapefruit! in carload Truth up to the high standard set! by THE FAMIL TORE
Y bitt Mrs. M. J. Stout. Those present! were: lots are given as follows: New York its he
; vice-president! Ingrou, secretary founder! as comes highly re
Miss Ella Mae Gilbert! ; treasurer Mrs. G. H. Prather, Mrs. K. P. Butler 66 cents; Philadelphia, 66 cents; Phil- commended.The In The Pilley Building On Broadway

Miss Mildred Lee; l:'.>radsn Mrs. N. A. Evans Mrs. J. C. Led- adelphia, 75 cents.

Miss Lottie! Lawler.! After the business better. Mrs. J. S. Johnson Mrs. T. J When Mr. Elder finished! his remarks tendency! in fall suits is toward p '

meeting! a social honr followed.A Woodall Mrs. S. S. Gilbert Mrs. G. he answered! many questionsof more closely! fitted effects.! !

guessing! contest was enjoyed! Miss M. Dunne, Mrs. W. L. Winn Mrs. H. the growers who showed! keen interest - ,

Elaie Norton winning the! first prize A. Colton, Miss Gladys Sasler, Mrs. in the propositions of his com-

a book of poems, and Mrs. Ingram received M. J. Stout Mrs. G. G. Boone, Mrs. pany.

the consolation prize, a bottle H. W. Morrow Mrs. J. Overstreet Mr. Bailey local *agent of the express .
Of ketchup.! Dainty refreshments! of Mrs. G. F. Parker little Alta and company then explained! to the

1 cherry ice and ca ke were! served. I Ruth Overetreet. the various rates offered by
4 his company.
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COUNTY COURT GROWERS HEARSHIPPING GIVE "SYRUP TO CONSTIPATED OF FIGS" CHILD



IN SESSION I TALKSContinued Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm .Rubber

t.. Tender! Little Stomach, Liver
*{4 lit
and Bowels.!

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Look at the tongue mother! If
; of liquor; case nol pressed. special order for the meeting.! .
coated your little one's stomach liver
r Henry Gaulding colored illegal 3-Reading and disposal of min
+ a and bowels need cleansing at once.
aJ ale of liquor; case continued for the utes. When peevish, ("ross. listless, doesn'tsleep
Unfinished! business.!
i term. eat or act naturally or is feverish
5-Reading and disposal of com- '
Early Howell charged with trespass sour stomach, bad breath; has
munications. .
; case nol prossed. sore throat diarrhoea full of cold ,

Bob Chatt and Willie Cha tt, charged 6-Reports of committees. give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup GoodsFULL

k" with illegal! sale of liquor; continu- 7-Special business. I of Figs," and in a few hours all
8-New business.:
: ed for the term on motion of the pros- 9-General the fould constipated waste, undigested -
ecuting attorney. welfare. food and sour bile gently moves out

,st t.: r Paul Godwin charged! with petit President Fansler asked! Secretary of its little bowels without griping
Fripp to write all of the truck and have well child
J ., larceny; case nol prossed.f I grow- you a playful
; with ers organizations in the state asking i again. Ask your druggist for a 50-
Martha Davis charged petit
their methods of doing business theirplans' I cent bottle of "California Syrup of
larceny; tried and acquitted. LINE NEW STOCK
for co-operation in crops eac. Figs" which contains full directionsfor ,I
5 W. with illegal
S. Chastine charged -
A letter! was received! from LouisC. babies children! of all ages and for
sale of liquor; case nol pressed. .
Lynch, secretary! of the Gainesville! grown-ups. .
c Frank: Dukes! charged with illegal Board of Trade, asbing'for similar information -
4 ale of liquor; case continued for the from the local
Miss
organization Eva Benefiel of California has FOUNTAIN SYRINGES INFANT SYRINGES,
tt term. in which he stated that he wished been appointed to act as advisor for
ets t '. The civil docket! was as follows: the data in order to oragnize a truck the Home Improvement Associationof 75c to $2.00 25c

Eliza Johnson vs. C. E. Denig damages growers association in Alachua coun- Kankakee County 111., being the

v' ;. $400; case tried and verdict ty. He stated that he had heard that second woman in the country who is
FOUNTAIN EAR AND ULCER
4 COMBINATION SYRINGES
f ', found for defendant. the Osceola county organization was employed! in a like! capacity. ,

r 4 Robert Reidel! vs. R. T. Butler! damages t SYRINGES $2.00 to $3.00 25c

/ $250; case continued for the

'term. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' IIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILI BULB SYRINGES fACE BAGS,
,, '* B. E. McLaughlin vs. C. W. Bruns ,
'damages $250; case continued for the == 50c $1.00

j- trem. Leather Goods
? Merchants Syndicate Catalogue [
HOT WATER BOTTLES ICE CAPS
C. W. ,
Company vs. Dann damage
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$100;" case continued for the term. jj At Cut Prices $1.50 to $2.50 $.00 to $75
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e J American Linseed Oil company vs.

v@' R. D,' Waring et al., damages $BOO; = ==

cast irted and verdict found for plainS TWIRLING SPRAYS, RUBBER GLOVES,

S *;. tiff. HI See Our Window Display ;; $2.00 $1.00 to $1.50
fu 'o I Robert Cochran & Co., vs. Andre .

t .7 .I Van der Meersch, damages $300; case HI and Note Prices We HaveS

continued<
Roland Thompkins pleaded guilty to Placed: Upon This High ;;;;;

a >charge of using obscene language
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:FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15,"1915.., 'THE :KISSIMMEE 'VALL'ET" \GAZETTE' 1 as\\'f.r ,PACl1.: "

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; .THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 'A number, of' Knight Templar from .Mr, '.and' Mr*. H. E. Cole, went to Mr., F.: L. ,Helms,. district grandmaster 1 generous spirit thai'{\lar' .rornpted"tide

+ .. (T.I.p......No. IL) KUsimmee attended a meeting of that. Tampa
h U.h.& Every Friday By order in Orlando last night !rplaced' .in a hospital. for'' treatment Helms,who if deputy grand'prel 1d1''i Chautauqua and Artist Festival to ;

,' 'w. "HARRM A.-.. O.'TAMS.AQlfKW Mr. and Mr*.. J.. S.. Cadel were Mrs. Cole ha been ill for several of the lodge of Rebekahs, I, WINTER CHAUTAUQUACOMMITfEBVIS your-town.'; The treat that I I. in store

am6ng'thpse who attended the perforv. months and recently returned home. Kisslmmee'' yesterday ,to attend sessions for them. .cannot! be valued properly,'

mance ofyMutt and Jeff" at Orlando from' Orlando, where she bad been of these fraternities. They were until the event opens,, Theft I am ..
tl'fated.in a hospital. accompanied by Mr. P. B. Wicoff WITH confident"' that the people will Ck '
4 en: Monday evening. I a BUSY AR.RANGEMENTS give
; ; I shining light( and, moving spirit in the AND ADVANCE your committee a"ristngote.. of ,
Mn and Mrs. J. M. Carson who
are
The 1 Mrs. W."-Person left Sunday
Local Field George for. now located on the orange grove owned Odd Fellows.-o lando' Sentinel. INFORMATION INDICATES- thanks If they were ',to-hear. only
night Savannah where she
Senator Gore the blind statesman .
TISTfiT FESTIVAL, WILL BE ONE great
will time her by Mrs. C. A. Carson, his mother, The members of the Woodman Circle >
; ,.' ,...... ........ ....+4...4I ++ rents.spend some visiting pa--I I at Dania, arrived Tuesday to 'spend met with the District Organi'.er OF TilE BEST EVER GIVEN IN ; or this wonderful Mozart, company ,

i ..O.OO..OOOOOOOOOOOO.OOO I several days here visiting relatives. on Tuesday, Oct. 5th and had a mOllt FLORIDA.The of superb musician, they would

J, H. Walker, J. H. Walker, Jr., J. K. They made the trip via Okeechobee enjoyable meeting. The work of*this feel repaid for their admission fee,' .
Opdyck and J. S. Underhill, of Bas- I in but the other talent, though widely
an automobile. order in Florida most favorably
Weather compares '
I Winter Artists'
Report senger, spent Monday and Tuesday in with the other states, there being Chautauqua and different, is of equal strength, and

: the city. I J. M. Hoffman was here this week only one (Rhode Island) with fewer I Festival to be presented here will make up a good program that
after a trip to Eau Gallic, where he this winter under the management of has not been surpassed in the South.!' "
c Following are daily temperatures Jordan Coller, of Fayette, Mo., was suspensions during this time. of financial : the Southern Chautauqua System with
-4' will be connected with the State Bank I
F
and precipitations as reported those arriving in the city last depression. }
among
: at Gainesville bids fair ;
by Government station of Eau Gallie as cashier. He spent l Wfltlquartcrs NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
'" at Kissimmee for the week ending Saturday.here. Mr. Coller spent several several! days in 1 Eau< Gallie getting acquainted It has been officialy announced by I to be one of the most"" elaborate and I

, 1' October 14: days with the people and will return the Atlantic Coast Line railroad that j I artistic events ever offered to the
Max. Min. Rain E E:. Livermore of St. Cloud Florida public. The local arrangements To All Whom It May Concern:
pass next week to take up his dutiesin the Tampa Special will be resumed I
Friday __ ____ 87 73 1.07 ed through the city Thursday en routeto the bank. on November ]15th. This is the fast I! are in the hands of a commit- You are hereby given notice that I'i,
rs
Saturday __ __ 79 69 .07 Orlando to attend a melting of the train between Jacksonville and Tam- ,I tee of leading citizens, who are bringing the partnership of Bernard C. Ansted

Sunday __ ... 79 57 __ Knights Templar. Ross Graves watt taken to a hospital pa, which proved HO popular last winter :, the event here, not as a money- and W. j{. Dawes, doing business a* '

Monday __ ___ 83 62 __ J in Orlando Wednesday for treatment It will Kissimmee making proposition( but purely for i the Central Business College of Florida
It y. Tuesday __ __ 85 66 __ Mrs. F. S. Gilbert and Mrs. Geo. I for acute indigestion. This is Mr. another train give in each direction people and ,|I II the intellectual profit and pleasure of has been dissolved. Therefore,

t Wednesday _.84 7062 Dunne, of Kissimmee, are guests of Graves' second trip to a hospital in the :j the community anddhe winter tour- in the future I will have the sole management 14
Mrs. Joe Bqmby, for the next few will run on practically the same
last six months. On his last visit he I ists of the Business College and
Thursday n 88 70 1.04 schedule] last who will be here at that time.It r.
as year.
days.-Orlando ReporterStar.The was operated on for appendicitis His I is the of the local com- Will not be liable for any debts incurred ,
purpose
Py 40000000000++0000.0000000Fire + Rev. S. W. Lawler, who was many friends hope to hear of his Hon. A. E. Donegan of Kissimme", mittee to promote the event on the by the said W. ,H. Dawes. ,; 8..

,., .' .d insurance, taxes paid. See A. operated on at a hospital in Orlando, rapid recovery. I spent part of the day in the city, most liberal basis. Season tickets for Dated this the 11th day of.October. ,

E. Drought, New Rivers Building. SOtf is improving rapidly and is expectedto Sam G. Ragsdale, proprietor of the having been on the train which was the entire program will be sold for a A. D. 1915. )

C. M. Deer of Baltimore, spent soon return to his home here. Lucerne Pharmacy, is in Orlando to- wrecked at midnight near Formosa. very nominal price, thus affording 42-2t ;BERNARD, C. ANSTED. j

Tuesday in the city. Mrs. J. K. Nickerson, of Cincinnati, day, having come up from Kissimmee, Mr. Donejrnn was on his way to Jack- everyone the opportunity to take advantage ' t

was a visitor in the city Saturday.Mrs. where he operates the White Palace somlle, but the delay caused by the of every attraction of the "

,' F. H. Brung, of Norcoossee, was a Nickerson represents a school drug store.-Orlando ReporterStar.J. wreak made it impossible for him I series. Further information will be

\ visitor in the city Monday. I, furniture house and called on the B. Barker, of Kissimmee, was a to continue his journey and he returned I' given in these columns from time to r HOW'

O. B. House, of Ocala, spent several scholo authorities.Rev. business visitor in the city today.- on No. 83, which went south at time as the committee's plans pro- ,
shortly after 10 o'clock this
Orlando morning.
Reporter-Star/
days in Kissimmee this week. Chisholm will at the gress.
.. j preach -Orlando Reporter-Star. I DOES YOUR
{ Mrs. N. Regero was taken to Or- Christian church Sunday night on the Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Paver and In speaking of the event Dr. Geo.

lando this week 'for an operation. subject, "What Must the Churches Do Miss Amelia Keller, of Cincinnati, Mr. I II E Swahey, of Kissimmee, SeldenWaldo, president of the South- WATCH RUN? .

to be Saved ?" A cordial welcome is Ohio, have arrived and are located at was among the well known Floridians ern System, said : "For a number of

L. E. Hall, Jr., of Mobile, Ala. extended to all. their home, 217 Mabbette, for the visiting Orlando yesterday. Mr. Swa- years our institution has been con-

spent Tuesday here on business.S. winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Paverare by is one of the ardent boosters for ducting similar events throughout .;fo .,$ .iaMi
E. G. Vans Agnew, of the Valley Osceola county and never lets an Florida, starting in a small and ,
S. Griffin, of Orlando, was a busi- regular winter visitors to Kissimmee op- way
Gazette, is attending the meetings of who portunity pass for doingmissionary with many obstacles in our path. We
ness visitor in the city on Monday.D. and have many friends here ? 1 4
the Press Associations in Jacksonvillethis are glad to note their return. work for his section. He is trying to have been faithful to the trust imposed Canrwey.d u Nr Whea 7w Ink at

F. Tyler, of Davenport, spent week and also visiting his brother work up something, entirely different in us by our fellow citizens of Flor th. HIT.. b r." KNOW ttut H .fc t....., '

last Friday in the city on business. P. A. Vans Agnew, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Porter and Mr. for an exhibit for his county at the ida. Each year we have studied their ,II l nxh*.' ml clue},,_ ,.&1olo..h. -, kM 5 V V

John F. May, who has been here and Mrs. S. Latta returned Sunday Subtropical Midwinter Exposition to interests, their tastes and their r ...-.__._th..."h.l..ca.It.ad: : tau.
T. L. Beanitch, of Tampa, was a r
from extended the ....... ,
an trip through .
be held in this in whims and the taste of the yo-'D M..akh. pw CM't ".
February.Orlando tourists
visitor here last Friday. several days in the interest, of an insurance city i
.
attended the national !
caft They encampment I awl ...
Sentinel. coming into state. Each ,
company, left Thursday for our season w r ,
of the G. A. R. at Washington
F. G. Frey, of Tampa, spent Fridayin his home in Jacksonville. Mr. May is ,. we have added to and strengthenedour '
and Mr. and Mrs. Porter later
Kissimmee. a brother of Mayor H. R. May. talent lists, each year pleasingthe a. ..
"spent" some time in New York, PhiVdelphm FUNK'S EGGPLANT IS people a little more, and now we Fi : tV
Aaron Simmons of Ft. Meade, spent Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, Mrs. and other points.
last Friday in Kissimmee. John McPhatter and County Demon- have gotten together such an arrayof I Ch..fnJ y-a nh.aNaN ,.ac.. a ,
Pearce H. Glascock left Thursday SOLD AT $3 A CRATE talent for 1918 as has never been "
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strator B. E. Evans of Kissimmee, I'D DO 7 k..J
Mrs. H. N. Bratton left last week night for.A ugu ta, Ga., where he will equaled before in Florida and may

,to visit her sons at Miami.W. were visitors ReporterStar.B. in the. city today.Orlando spend several days with his friend, c. H. Funk, of Hilliard's Island, began never be equaled again. We have bal- .J ..

Perry Murphy, formerly of this city. anced up the program so that the entire -
from his ;
E. High, of St. Louis, was a business shipping eggplant eight-
E. Evans, Robert Page, K. McPherson From there he will go to his homein last week. The I community will find much to 1
patch eggplantis
visitor in the city Wednesday. acre M._ w- h
and Lee Jarrell were among Maysville, Ky., for a visit with his of fine quality 'and the eight-acre I|I strongly appeal to them. The people I II GRADY ,G..,,_. = I

C. W. Hill, of Jacksonville, was a those from Kissimmee who attendedthe parents. He expects to return to Kis- tract is producing a big crop. of this city cannot but appreciate the j ..

business visitor in the city last Fri Citrus Seminar at Gainesville last Bimmee this winter. Mr. Glascock Mr. Funk's early shipments were I I

day. f week. They returned last Friday.C. stated before leaving that he would made to the New Orleans market, t

D. R. Peavey, of Jackson Mich., arrived A. Henry, of the Storrs-Schaefer neglect no opportunity to boost Kis- where it sold as high as $3 a crate. I i 1II1I1II1I IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIUllilUllllllllillll '
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last Saturday to spend sometime Company, of Cincinnati, will be in the simmee, just as he has been doing for This is about double the usual price lllllllilIllIDUI ; '

in Kissimmee. city Saturday at the Family Store, several months. in his capacity as cer- and if Mr. Funk can keep up that I :

fall of respondent of the Jacksonville Times figure, he will realize a big sum from
I where he will show the new me
"Butter Nut" Bread is different. .en's suit samples and take measures Union and Tampa Times. this tract. ji
J Ask for a loaf. It's made Cut In Shoes-
your grocer He deal dt Big '
42-2t for customers. Mrs. Harvey Allen, of Columbus, hasgiven a great attention : r
at Reed's Bakery.
to the eggplant crop and deservesa
Ohio in
Mrs. C. H. Funk and Mrs. W. J. was a visitor the city this ,
.i J. W. Miller, B. E. Evans and J. Mc- McClain, of Hilliard's Island, were week. Mrs. Allen spent several days big return. Other eggplant growers ::;:::: :c:::: ,

s Phatter motored to Orlando on business !- called to Ohio this week by the death here looking over the city and adjoin- in this section are also preparing to -- === -

Monday. of their father. Their friends ing country thoroughly. She is en- ship their crops. A large acreage of
: ''i many gaged in bringing homeseekers eggplant was planted in this section In order to make a change in our shoe .
excursions
L. H. Taliaferro, of Jacksonville, will regret to hear of their bereavement i
pent Wednesday and Thursday in the Florida and has heretofore this,.year 'I
. "oJ been taking them to the east coast == department are offering the .following -. _

.U"... .. city. C. C. Wolfe, an official of the section only. It is her intention now o
Ed. Hanley, B. J. Coleman and C. E. Southern Express company with to bring a number to this part of the Paint or NotIs prices, beginning :

Rinaldi.'of Tampa, were business vis- headquarters in Jacksonville, was a state. She was favorably impressedwith -

itors in the city. business visitor in the city Tuesday KiB8lmme and the country I -. C
a horse worth more or less after 'a
*J. Hugh White and J. E. Stewart, looking after the interests of his I around. She states that she. expectedto feed ? I. .

of Jacksonville. spent Tuesday in the company. bring down a party of automobil- Hay and oats are high today; shall I: = Saturday October 1 16th 1M
ists fourteen in all in January .
Miss !Madeline\ ; Hill], of Narcoossee, | cars early I wait today and feed him tomorrow } -
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city.A.. C. VanMeter, of Lemon City, spent several days in the city last That's how men do about painting

spent several days in Kissimmee this week, coming for the club dance. C. Benedix, of Sacramento, California their houses and barns and fences. E and Ending October "B

week. While here Miss Hill was the guest of has arrived to "spend" the winterin Paint has been high for several years; 1.

Mrs. J. D. Clark. KiRBimmee. Mr. Benedix canfe on and so they have waited. Some are
Albert P. (Overstreet, of Orlando, here after attending the National G. still waiting. -- -
here last Sat- Howard Katz, trustee of the bankrupt
was a business visitor A. R. encampment in Washington, be- The property drops a trifle a
urday. Smith Shoe company, has closed ing a veteran of the Union army. and the next job of paint creeps-up year I Now is the time to fit your foot at avery s .
l the store and is awaiting the ordersof I
S. H. Kirkland and G. B. Reynolds, He owns property in St. Cloud and creeps-up creeps-up; it'll take more
the referee in bankruptcy in regardto small cost. Don't fail to take advantage -
of Tampa, were business visitors here the sale of the stock as a whole. wil spend part of his time there and paint by a gallon a year; they don't .
'lusday.. the remainder in Kissimmee. Mr. save a cent and the propert goes-on
I ==:; of this opportunity and save
Johnston of Kissimmee
Mrs James Benedix prefers the climate of Flor- suffering.
U. H. Gill, ex-mayor of St. Cloud, ':: spent the day in the rty, a guestof ida to that of California and has developed DEVOEW. ==

was a visitor in hte city on business her brother and sister;. in-law, Mr. into a real Florida booster. B. Makinson Co. sells\ it. money on your shoes. -

Thursday. I and Mrs. J. H. Reese.-Oilando Re I == ==
= ==
Charles Blumenshin, of Mercer, Pa., I porter-Star (Friday). ''F

arrived Monday to spend several days The Japanese Bazaar" will be held I- 1 1i =. MEN'S $3.50 SHOES, Sale Price __._________________$Z.8S ;;;;;;;; r

in Kissimmee. = MEN'S 3.00 SHOES, sale Price 2L25 = '
Friday afternoon and night, October l
i == LADIES' $3.00 SHOES, Sale Price Z2S 'i=: :::
of Boston, wasamong 22 in the Rivers building on the cor- l
George A. Brown, IT SEEMS STRANGESo == LADIES' $2.50 SHOES, Sale Price _nnn_______:1_ 1J>8LADIES' ==
those who visited Kissimmee ner, opposite the Katz store. Punch,
$2.00 SHOES, Sale Price 1.65 = '
I will be sold
and sandwiches during
on business Tuesday. tea == CHILDREN'S $2.00 SHOES, Sale Price __n__________ 1.65 = i I"

t t S. Summerlin, of Jacksonville, arrived -I the sale. Come and see the Japanese I many People are careless about = CHILDREN'S $1.50 SHOES, Sale Price ______________ 1.19 == '\ "

last Saturday to spend several girls == BOKS' $3.00 SHOES, Sale Price ______n____________ z.zs ;;;;;;;;; ;
'days here on business. Co the city this week from an extended QUALITY BOYS' $2.50 SHOES, Sale Price 1.98 '== '"X ; .

When you buy bread ask your gro- I to the city this week from a nextended : LADIES' $2.50 to $3.00 SHOES, Small sizes, 2Va to 3Va I
,; ,
cer to sell you "Butter Nut," made by :I visit with relatives in the northern Close Out 1.00 = , j.! "- '

Reed's Bakery. 42'2t part of the state. They have rented BOYS' $1.50 to $2.00 SHOES 13 to 3 _nn___________ 1.00 = j (sti\ .,

.1. the Ferrell residence, belonging to OCCIDENT CHILDREN'S $1.50 td J $2.00 SHOES, 9 to 3, Tan 1.00 = , "' "
J. W. Woodall, of Kissimmee, spent M'I *> .
business Tiller, on Sumner street. makes and better bread than other... TRY IT. ," ,
the day in the city attending to : more any == == .r-'I. ir.i !
Reporter- An article written by Secretary 24-lb sack Occident Flour $1.20 = == .
matters.-Orlando -
Star. Fripp, of the Osceola Fruit and Truck. 12-lb sack Occident Flour. .60 If you can not attend this sale, send = ('4 .

Growers Association, in regard to the'' fJ.: "
Fully Guaranteed > "
J. W. Prentis went to Orlando on order and size and it will be 'V .
.. speech made by Dr. A. H. Logan at 24-lb srck Pillsbury Flour .1.00 us your
operation per-
Thursday to have an the field day of the organization held 12-lb sack Pillsbury Flour .55 V

formed to remove a tumor on his eye- at Edgewater Fartns, was receivedtoo 10-lbpail Compound Lard 1.00 given prompt attention. =

', lid.Y late for publication this week and 7 Ib Ground Coffee (not chickory) 1.00 -
-
I Y Dick Richards, a popular druggistof will appear next weeks = ==
married PREMIER SALAD DRESSING I ==
who last year N
Miss Kissimmee Larmon of, this city spent yesterday A- civil: service examination School will U only l hanhled by the best store I YOURS FOR GOOD SHOES a ar. /
: be held at the Osceola High
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here visit to his wife.-Lake- The M yon i..de.lux Try it on Tuna fish '
on a
for clerk-
building; on November 13 a ,
land Morning Star. carrier in the postoffice service. Applicants PREMIER OAT FLAKESare I

x R. A. Babcock, of West Brand, will be required to furnishto two ounce heavier, and the beat mill try to imitate themIn r. n

,4f Mich., has arrived to spend the winter the examiner 'on the day of exam- cylinder package, 10 cents. i
''f at the A S. GILBERT lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWNIIIiII11111IIIII
II) Kissimmee and Is quartered ination, a photograph of himself ... :

;t Park: Hotel. taken,within two years Competitorswill S.MEad..iosrrTAYLOR'S V ::
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be examined in arithmetic spellIng -
Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Barclay moved I == .,
l ofBryan letter writing penmanship, copying ,
home at the corner A.
their
into new from plain copy; and reading ad- THX, QUALITY: GROCERS Ve'
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'PACEL'. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY :GAZETTE' . __ 'FIUDAY,"OCTOBERtS. :IMS.t <' :

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.r nat'D MlM''AI'fIct' TIle Ns.Seca. . ,oil
of our brothers that they will not accept 1 UN OubdM
... teak sad IsMtl** sCt.LAXA. .u
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LICENSES PERIOD. OF LICENSi Y I gossip a. truth and condemn u' TIY61ROM000DIINteb.thrtaaa ordlsiarV v;. ]trI '

Ll.t.1 Llr .sm -...... hy Ike .c.t"; bP. :r: :::.t.:: Ike wa1rY drat sire l)trees of .c. QQ without some proof. If there is' any. I, Q.I....).-! la sad bead.does KssoenbM apt ....the. rrs<." _sMe._a sad mot ']

sled ono"'.r...b A.IYe U. l.181.."..."..d Judge e...for.. OB the tkelM dal ...__U.t..beror.. t. It. 1916.- -. r 'TO WHOM FOR WHAT 8t.o 0t Y thing In the brotherhood of man, surely look tar u.e sieastlalr fIC B. W. OAQTX.; IIsN :d
(OHNTEU I'UHPOSE c
c :; :;... it applies to their families also _ .._ '

.. 'Vh.n' When to, and the that
I greatest protection a \
LICENSE: .s :! ,, t:
rEH1"! Ol c cto .0- From To s 9!t:
; : Is demand
man can give a woman
t olf ol5

I ow I E u I h0" _- .__u F o: some proof or retraction when he' Theodore Deschner \.
co

'", i c TO WHOM 1'lRS'I1AT r.tHI': USI: ..:..w. I vM 0..1'. __ .. .. .. .. .. hears a woman's name lightly spoken GUNSMITHCar. ,
aHANTE : : I nJ ---------- ------ 50
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.Jj t From T" -;; I a '" 2/111 CarM..n Farmer Rift. Niagara 2,80 'of, that is the kind of protection a
e- Wh'n When ;. s -t,: 2/17 C..lllon )Farmer .gt. Williamsburg2u5 Ilia and. PlarkU Avaaue 4
c City .n. ..____ ____ ______.____ .. .. H" .. 2.& woman would more than appreciateand I
( z1 1-- ,1-1 w 'ar..n Farmer' agt New Hamp- I ST. CLOUD ..L.ORIO'-i:
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bless
for.
ehlre .. .. .. .. a man .
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1'elllcan-__.___ .. .. .. .. ..
ltrraker alCt. 1'50
\ q 511 12 511 i ib H II .. The lowest woman in the town is ,
1 Stand. on <'0.. wholesale "II Arxlrr OM 1.. a.14 I "<:!, 1. 19.1." 11''lIII HU.MR 2111'( H. 1\1 Itr.aker. aM't NlaRara Det.__ .. 2.60 t

2 Stand Oil Co.. whol..al.. gaade I..r .. I .. .' .. III'' .,, 11'' H, M Rrcaker alrt. Equllable F. .. .. .. .. .. no worse in God's sight than the man .'

a Sou. BPI, Tel l'".. I Icphonr' .-- :: :: .. .. 4 r'1'' 2 2ft I & 111 ____ .. .. .. .. 4.60 she associates with and when we are :k ;
. I WellsAachen W. L. Winn .,4t
4 Cha. Uoodrteh merehanl .. .. .. ? ._ I" Ill", f, on 1Y Afln F. I'i : f.:: 2.60
f' 6 W U. King real PnlHtr ag1. - I I.. .. 3 uu',,' 1 fid 213: M : K E :: Weli., agl.. Fire : .. .. .. .. .. trying to be decent let us have the PHYSICIANOffice :
II 'E, m"'hanl .. .. ..f "hlla, ____ 250 '
.4 I. YuunK u. :: :: I ;' 111. t> onr. n.unnoon .. .. .. .. t
7 J. W. Miller r1.,1 ,..Intr "I. .. .. I.. .. ? I" uu enr. 214 SliM H I'1 s\Vrlla. nlft. Colonial -. .. .. .. .. 2 &012f benefit of the doubt.A in State Bahk Building '
d S T. M Fivers. .Phi "l) _ __ _ __ -- -- -- Office
1.t law.r Phone 97
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1 II Broadway ('at.reataurn .. .. I ::1"" 1 Tin ; F Parker nu .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000 6.00'lt
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10 Broadway Cnr.. men hnut .. t uu 1 MIr.u I n A Seabury. photographer n 5J10 r26U'Lie S3 Residence
11 J. H. Ilyddllu mrrrhwll' . .. .. I :: :: :: I0u: : :: A. I. nlnrd. merchant 00 .6011.1 ADVERTISED LETTERS '
, 11 0 M'I'atrl"k.h.r. I, .. .. ..1 3uu If,1I 2I 9I! . A noun. "oct U'r 2.60 38-2 mo ,
18Woudh.. killll.'h."I", ? .. .. :.11" If.1I 2211 ,11; F Krtbha. lawyer - &::00) Advertised list for the two weeks .
14 J. R (told. nu.lohnnt - :: :: :. i I. ? .. ::1 uu, 161 i :21 .lull" L liana. merchant u 160 --
1& J. F MUIIIitx nlO'rt hllill, .. .. ? I 4 '," 2 2i, 22 .I 1 I i'w et a. nu'nt market 00 250I ending Oct. 25, 1915 : J. A. TROVILN:

! 16 tl M Tavlur ,net,chant. .?. ?.. .. .. .. I", 511 Ii"f. :I A N"lm..r. bakery 150H Wm. R. M. DR.
16 Oc.la; Jldw Cu. nlO'n h. III ? .. h"rI"r _ .. -. Mack ; Moseley ; Peye, !i
.. .. .. -, .', "" :, ; f 'i: J' Ijuller ( 1.00
18 H. T Hut I"r. 8 pool. I tall. .. .. .. .. I :I "" 151, 225 I" l I' lIutI..I', h..r.'r. _ _ ,94) C. Camillo; Read, Harrold ; Rouse, I CANCER GOREAND TUMORS '
18 R. T. B..tI.'r. t Io/lrh'r .. .. I.. .. .. '. "" 120 "h I' lIullo" m. r('haul - 00 150
20 J. J. hlrKlnzlr. out .. ? .. ? .. :4 "" I Gu: 727 I" I' lIulI.,1' p1u1. table / 1250 Mrs. Sarah; Thompson, Mrs. John R.; Cure them without; cutting

21 n. T Iiull".,I. Ine1' hnnl, .. :: .. .. :3 Sin 1 Su: :24 \ Iia.' h..loI nn ,/ 290 Willima them out.
I 22 A. J0e1.ph. ntetr11JUlt' .. .?. .. ? :I tau I 1111. !' 11 1 '1'111.1. ," "" I'ho.-nlx 201)Zi Henry. I ORLANDO FLORIDA
23 J. Z 1I..1.'r" dntuMl 1 .. .. .. I I." n-f.: 11, '1'1110 I. 115(1\ I'ruv 'a..h 260 B. B. Simpson, Postmaster. .. '
24 Cole & fol.'s in. .hnlll i I .. I ;" '" .", 'I 1 11 I '1',11., aMl \1'..etrtreh) 2G" :33-fimo
. 26 H.V.. ( O'aI, upth I,, ,, ? ,. ." II:' ; : I : \1 't'llhl\ not. "'lr"'II'M) 260 t
26 Pnl..ace \\'rll" St..II I "Ilucol, I I 1 ;' ,,, :, ::,, .1.1( \I '1'111.! dgl Punt ("A' 260 NOTICEThe I "'I"
R 27 Dutton Hurt I. '0 nu, 'I.hu, "I .. I "" I ',,, ./I/ \1'1'111.,1) i Nn1I; I H & -------------------------3- 2611I.
2" Mr. A. Terse. nl."t h.II.I .. :: i." :. 2.1. II 11"110,1 I, 11b"traclur. 00 500e. '
.. 24 Wenner-in u p'r '" nu 10 h.II,1 .. .. 1 '.u :'. : ". 11/.11"1"\, / 1,01111. '",,, ,' Enterprising Specialty Co. are

t 311( 0"01. ) Thar ,111.1, .. .. ' I :5. I 1..11.I., nn 2 r.III in position to sell readers of this 8ULLOCK I
31 61. Kat". n"10 ), ,lull' I .. .. .. 4" ,,:. I 12.1 IIII ,,. ,II, sdi I .loatdng) holl ) 2 511I ti j
82 H N' 1"1..1. 11 11 t., haul. -_ .. .. I'' :,. ;: '. .. I. I"l s ; 11. Phs elrtan . III) 5011I. paper the best granulated sugar at .
38 'V Ii 1II..kln..n. I nn ll11.ull :: .. .. : :. ':" \I. II InM,11 n11"r1''hltn( 160I2
1i iI 6c
(I' 341 'V 14 1II..kl".n. I'1." nn t .h.II.1 .. rMtItt per pound and all other groceriesat
.: .. .. I ., ",", 51i: I I" I. 11 La"h 01 "' / Full
961' T I. Fgrlosr' ell, Innt1 I" .. .". .. ",, i' :." 241 I I'; r. ,1'nnlt, +. plrsaan' ( ) > ''HI boo wholesale prices. Just send your REAL ESTATE ...'
E. M'alll.Io'I n.IOIIIII" .. 711;; Sir '. 1.1, :4"I l.''; ''. uutu >
37' A. I'; Ilroughl.I I .nl "Inl :0': 1.l' I I' .. ,. II iu 1, :4:1: \I I' 1'1.11'''111,1 II Phi' HI'lu" 1111 61111> > name on postal to Box 461 Palatkafor ...%.....%**%**.*.....*
8e A.: Jo: DrluMht> .act !tlonn. III ,I'II .. ., ., I r:1I: :44 I AA A\ IIdr1, .." 00 2611
. :Nat I luli,, 1 a price list if want to reduce
39 A. F: I >r."h'' alit .. .. I 7511,, iI., \ It I:1ne.: t. 'unI' 251.Irl.nl you INSURANCE
40 A.: F': Ini,11MIit.1 1,111, Sun\ I". 4'1 I .. .. .'. :.I: :: 1"'" :1'I ., \. / 'Pulp' '" 111' " I I50 cost of living. I
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41 I' C 111..111. III. 1 .
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I I 42 Mel.atrl & ( '11x. twee hunt. -' .". :: :: :: .". 2 :.11 1 4' \ ) 1',1', I'1 etltl 4)0) 1111111I : Examination of Titles a

I 4S| K "Schlitlel.l. Ii-Klllllllllll' .. .. .' I :I:1"t ." I :." 71" \ .I Ih"okn 1 m.1011111.1 1 .. 31101 1 160I I SOUR ACID STOMACHS!
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44 J.V Math.. UK m i1 1 ". 1 I .. .. .. I ",", I :'o :, 1'101. .6 \ i" t ell Stnr-.', tn.'rchinll ? e I 30111) 160l
5; 4M H A HIP.'i'ti. ini-i luinl. .. .. luu;; f. ..,.III l 7'. I I... .. ".1. \ l II. .. ling' 111111. cfut.. n t I GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach : Specialty.
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461 i L.V Fan-la. tint. xtal.. It'. "t > .. .. .. I to on :. ,,,n I :: :: ,: :: ;: 15 :111)1:::: ; 511: j
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/ 41 1 J F Fail-In, niil 1 em.il. .IL 1.t I II .. .. 11.0, .. 1 r.1I i7-,7 1."i.I.L: ;:, I' 1 '11 .1w. 111111' : in 11111 110
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ii, 48 N. L. Fd writM. iii.-i ch.int .. .. .. I .. "" I ''.11 12,1)I :< I It ,IIIhi: II "IOhu,1, .. .. I.. .. .. 301> Ir.III 'Tape's Diapepsin" diKCNts 3000
{I, 49 Kernlnoli' Phai dnlgclet, .' ;: "" ,, I I _' 1 I'/ ,In,, .I. ., 1,.11. ,oner 'Ii nifM t ? I 11111" 5111I > Correspondence Solicited. ;
'\ 60J.AM..IIIII") . 'li I ,..IHIM. I 1'"u, \t1., \\ II \I, 11rild hoarding huuar I.. Ii 1111 2 61. grains of food ending all stomach
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61 M Ices nulda I':: I"I/" : /hunt, : ,", .. .. ? I ; 'n'' rl nn' X2,1", ?n '?.Ildut' rd 'I'1Il' ." I o. "h..l.a'I IIIOO) ) 511)I'IIII )
62 H F Hall l real nKH \ 1" :: : I . .. .. ,. .. .. I [ misery in five minutes.
.. Mull
.. ::11111 160I
.. .. .. : !..41 /" lI pe, A $t i I n nn n .. .. I.. ..
63 F HallH. aitt Ai-lnn I 111M c.> ; .
t .1Ii. . f""ltll' 11I'1' 11100 Robert Riedel
/ 'O I 1 \\ 61111I
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64E6 B. F H..IIM.,1. I :-/.r" I. I li,. I'" : : I
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H F Italia Sill' lhiitf..nl I. Time it In five minutes all
stomach
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,1 I 66V Mllnt nn .limit .. .. ': .1.1 1 .11.." "I'nn 1.10' '1. ,pln. 11ing 11I111 '' '' '' 1 11111" r. ,," CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP :
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distress will No
67 Mllar 1laltlein. limit indigestion
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n1/Iht1.t 311a' 150
b51 ) :' 111" I nlda.iii/ .. .. .. .. .. I ,
J. K. CUIIM uu n '" I .
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it' 69 Bert Haxlcr., .. 11.,11"l.. __ "," 1 "'" 1 I P I.ullunks' ' III', Ii h.1 .. .. .. .. .. 61111 II ''''' 1511 heartburn sourness or belching of Window and Door Screens, Repair a;
,
.. tun to"l.. .HI.IO".I 2611
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01 fid lint Adarnn 11"1& "Co, ,,,. I" ".. .. ? :. ,,,. 1 '." ,. \ \ I'llnl1.16.11/ 10'' d I..ntKl( .. .. I I" 141, 'nu. gas, acid, or eructations of undigestedfood and Cabinet Work. .
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62 Hoi Hiiwlaiul lio.ii.llim' Ix iim- 1"" : "" ,",0d 't1 I.udn: ' .. I IIIIIII\t, \ :: :: ,: :: 6ua 250I no dizziness bloating, foul 'Phones : Shop 216 ; Residence 237
69 A. rr. teal iKl.ile. .IK t : : : . ..I7" : 5 :1111::: o 5u::
64 A'J'I'I''I': : n nl --l.il.:. :.11.1, Inn..". :: ":: I ::; S" I I I ti: "At I .),,I ,I .limn .. .. .. .. .. I I l0nn., 51.0I > breath or headache. Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot

r'. 116 SB; 1 J A. C Dlefeiidorr.) KI'k".1: iul i,r.1 n,: |"1.111 itubl, l-'li. '.. .... i. '.1. I tt.i! : "I iiu It I...g wa""gall .... .... .... I, '.. ", ... r, I... :! Su.I Pape's Iiapepsin I is noted for its. "

1181 67| J.I Ji.htiKli, ,111' "h.I .. ". t .... .. .. ": :::: "1 '?:: .1 11.1, .' "I. .I.:a.". II,1 I., ,1.s.1 Sin1l" llanl .. .. .". .. luu0:II.,." hull ISuI speed in regulating upset stomachs.It C. F. THRASHER '
Huntnlnu.-l \' Sin" ii.I Innn. 6 1i '" .. ....
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69 Palm t'heitl.-i. III. ill., 1" : is the surest stomach
-I quickest remedy
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I 71 70 W.'iV: H KoHhllltl Katrin.:: 1.l". 1.l l phuum.'i.: /hunt:; :I i..h.. I .. ; :::: i 1 L:I. : I I' \\ 111un1a, lunlu. r \.1. I.. .. I I'.. "1. '." in the whole world and l besides, it SHEET METAL WORKER
I : \\ II, I.'Icueon, J wIter I : nu 2 7.1
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72 78 Nichols& Siiipl\MiiHhli. Co.m.i.liMiil, mei.I hall, I IMllnr ,,,. .: 1 I II.. ;1.111.1, 1'I./ .. Inns f.,111'., is hatmle.-s. Put an end to stomach Steel Ceilings a SpecialtyI'honr
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74 S.V.. Porter leal. iM.it. u'1.'''' .nu' I " l ll.u/ ., .
.111 : : I :. trouble forever by getting a large
S11x "
'U I V / " L.IiirJinghuner/ 149-H KUnlmmre, Fife.
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tl 77 76 J.M. L.L. )IjHwtnn.Hron HrKritve AItrill..Mii-i in.-I.rhn., huntRyan nt i.'li.int. .. .. .. .. l,1., ,,:".: t!1 ,:..": i : :'l; \h\. I I.I i I; '\III, "' I, ;. Ito men I I hoot,110111, :.:. ,.,. :.:. 7 11.0; :110::: : S.51.'r..l.l :: fifty-cent case of Pape's) Diupepsin

nn .. .. ,," : _ I'" ", tln.u l 111111 :. uu from drug stole. You realiy in -
78 !7, Hllrl<"..r. i "al .mat.' ;" KIH. I 1" ;' 1 _ .. .. .. .. any

1, 7 g H. 1)I>.. 11.1)eck ck .er.r: leal,ln.w \Htat.. iO. UK ... :: .. ... ". ?. 1"uRi Inuu:: :::: i: nn:::: .'. 1: r 11.11; s.l1n k 1.11' raau""'10'hoot, tI..al.r .. .. .. .I .... .. ., I.4 lull 5" 2.n"2C." five minutes how needles it is to Buffer DR. W. W. CARSON "

81 (' New biiilii-i' .. .. '. .. ,. 2! 1.r. 1 ,"1 / : '. nu :: :: :: I :: I r, :Io'::
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i 82 C C Newton t..n., im-rchiinl, hin: ? .. .. ::1''? 1',11' j j'i.: \, :; ; : ,1,1t1.: ::'r shop .. 11.0 r." from indigestion, dy|> or rny DENTI-ST
.. .. I .. .. .. '. : II. IIIs ;.,,"oI..n .I.'t' f. IIIt 2'1 ... stomach disorder. I It'-'
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83 J. J. Pndftett, .. ,
mint tniiilotI .. ..
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84 ). H. 14igg a n, Airt. inciilmiitHopklnii .. .. .. 4 :M, .' :. \1 \uulh. \ I" '11tH// / .. .. .. .. 1"0 over Pilley Building
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85 1'har ,iliimulnlJ. I 4 ',i,, I S. I I \111",1. men hll,1 .. .. .. :, .III' I 5uI and most harmless hton.n.hdjcto : oirice/ llnum. 8 12 1--t

d 96 1). <'hunn. ph ) "Io-I..n"/ ;; ;; 1 '''' :: "': I ." I I ., AIhclud, L.uh.1 .. .. .:. .. .. 1 'Ill Su the world. Offlcipliiini' IKS I!. eld.'n.r 'Phone II "
9' 87 A. A. Martin .photigriilllit. .. .. .." .' I -..". I. 1/: . /, ,,,, 101.. I. II "I elUll ? Ilg1_ _'nl_ _ .. .. .. I .. .. I I"10""" r eu'n in (inn Admlnlalereil' fnr Extraction of
<8 Johnson's ? I 'S :, Sin' I : T"'I"'H.'r' \ 0. .. - -- - --
Bakery lentniirantJohnson's .. .. ..
8. Bakery, luik.rv .. .. .. I 10.,. 11 5,1 :.1 \ .I I' I 1 : ,1.s.. n e.ux11t. __ .. I .. I 61.0.. 2&"I TeetB
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.. .. .. 1 1" .11..' bon Full tulle slee\es and hi'miMUeare ,
.0 H. Reed boarding .* .. .. ., I" u1t4' .. ,," 7".I N II" l"w\O'r n .. ..
huuH .. I, .. ..'. .I I.I 1611dr0. ".. II )han'' _ __ I :I 1111 IFx
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Edwards .. I 3 1.41 1." ?" \1.h..1Ian III." I h.-) - .. .. 11111'" f. ""
& Durham m..r"h"nl" .. .
.. T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
C. W. ,. ., 71; \ S, NIwm. r. I.1 retail. 1111 _ I I... .. I 1111111'' r..11
I :$4 2S F.: ;'t. :Hnnk.mhank1.t n :: :: .. 141.,1;.;:: f;; '" N. II \\111,11., '. n".h"nl __ ,". .. .... .. 31111' -1Sxh - --'

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y .6 Oeorge &, Vann..1 la. auto, __ .. .. I" .. 5111, ,.11.,,, I ; r'd, ; nn.l5new a"t J'rud'ntlal. .. .. .I I 25" will refund money If PAZO
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S Ur: W.8. Prentls.Oliver; merchant merchant - _: : :: I :: :: 31111 9 :1.0':::'. : ':,..1.:u: 3117::
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99 Osceola. Bicycle Co.. merchant __ .. t unN'I 1 15" 5113:, :. H"II \1)0-) 1111111. n"n'ha"1 n .. .. -- The application give Foe aud Kcat. 30c.CIBSOlIRLoa 'Phone Ri-Hldence 61
.. ,,'' : N; .I lu ass n. m"'ha' _ __ I 161'tau Office 14 I. 1
+ 100 :E. r. FenneTI. barber _ u. __ I. 2 I"" hn .. .. ..
101 F). L. Fennel) t pool tables. _ Uh" I 1.. .. f f," tIll: f., ,x11 :I..r. ,,' :\1 \111 Ilk ziuIi _ _u. I - -- -- -
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I 10! E. IA Fennell merchant _ _ .. .. I .. .. 1"1.1 150. N VA' I ,1 .h""I. -- -- :: :: :: I 3101: :: nIn'
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108 O. W. Taylor merchant _ _ .. .. I """' 15" 3117 L . , .. .. .. I
( 104 H. C. Stanford Co.. men-hunt _ .. .. .. .. 1060 s 25 : .I. II I.. "IH .." unU_ .. I .. .. fiOO 511 :
( / ) JOB H. T3. Stanford Co. merchant ._ ._ .. .. .. .. .. 751. 37r. :31'1 J"'P''H' Ur: u'. ry. mere mot _ _. .. .. .. 'I I 8001, 1511II" GEO. F. PARKER ...
10610T Ross Graves, merchant ___ _. .. .. .. .. .. r. II"i, 8 uu : W n Mc'I,,Ilund. Jr. .rchant __ .. .. .. I 50
Mr.. N. Roa-ero. merchant nn unn .. .. ," .. 1 f.n 311 W H Jnnea, bakery uu __ .____ --. ..- .. .. .. -- -3001 1,60 ATTORNEYATLAWCollections
10S A. R Gilbert, merchant ____nl ". .. .. 3/1\\ 3(11/( n Hulbert auto _._.u.u__ -- -- .' .. -.-' --I -fiOOI
lOll .Prather .. :113 11. Itufffna ro..t..ur..nt ____ 6.00 20 "
A Lupfer, auto _.__ _ -- 5/HI n u
,)1 110 Prather it Lup fer, auto ____ .n._ 4. .. .. .. .. GoO 314 IIIrR M. 111 Summer. real estate.. .. .. .. .. .. and CCWUylllees
.' 111 Prather.. Lupfer. garage __ ____ -. .. .. .. .. '' ] 11 Oil 6nn IlKI _ _ __ n.h __. .__ .. .. .. .. .10,00 11,00f
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:oI1lt. 0. ',fl;. Prather. Bot. Wk. __n n____ ". .. .. .. i. 10.00 boo 316 ]\ )0' ('lung roomlhg hnuae n____ .. .. .. .-. .. .. j 6,00 '..60S. Specialties\ t. j.

. 11. iV Wt Carson uentlat_ _____-- .. .. .. .. .. 10,00 6,110 316 T. Naylor. auto _ .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,00A ] lltl-I Broadway
p '.114 G. W. Pann. merchant ._n._ _ _ .. .. N .. .' .. 900 450 317 J. I'1"\.n". real' estate agent .'_ .. .. .. .. .. .. 10.00 11,00'r" .:
116 'J. J. Griffin auto . _ _ . u_ .. .. .. .. .. .. Son fits R'll'1 o ver,1 akatlnR rink u .__ .. .. .. .. .. .. I .10,011 800
IK :1.:1. Orlffln. .. .. .. .. .. .. I I au'' .I I' I."tln phnl"'n"h..r ._ 80111 250
I r icnraire .I I" Sun n. .. .. .. .. .. .. O F KKIHDS <
.. .. .. I I 4511''' 2 25 Insurance that Insures \ j. STEED
1' 117 I. Anthony. rcHlaurnnt I 1 I Eou" "Gu[ 1711 111111.,1., ,' A K. nlpfer, merchant n .. .. .. .. .. .. ;
ii 118 1. Anthony, merchant _ I .) "n' l t" ..L'111.110.. 1 r..11 slate nut .. .. .. .. I Inuu r.11I. .,
119 N.:Porter, pool, table :: :: :: .I :: :: :: :. 5111:: : 1.1 :: t : I. , ,, ,, , , .al r.u' "I''KI I __ .". .?. .. I .. .. I 1"0''" f. on KRIBBS & STEED

120 A. F. hoax livery stable .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 SO, 3 t '. 1' 11 AI ,. nn 1.r" ,,101111' .. .. I. .. I 31111 1 in
.* 121 A. F. BniiM, auto _ .. .. I S., gnu, : I II J C: I, ,I .. "ptl., 'III'' .". .. .. .. .". I 1111111,, Ii 'Sin Protection that Protects ATTOHXKIS: AT ,\\\' ;
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I22V & C fi Co merchantH. ? 4111 11' ,1. I e II s r.I m "h.1) .. .. .. .. .. ..
11 F. & (1 H)'. C 'X 124 C. H. Ollnr. merchantM .. .. .. .. .. .. : 11111, 1 Mi t .::7 I \l I.1111.1,1 haM I, 'S :II gnrl .. .. .. .. .. .. I 5.11'' 1II1 \ cKul bllaltl.'aa of all kinds 'lvea

125 Bandy. tniTcba nt :tu 1 '.,,1 \1 c' 1'"ss I. m. l h.11t .. .. .. I 31111' 1 :'II
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127 hank tin nk .. .. .. I .. .. .. IT, i n in, 1)n" :. r K1cs 01.11),1.11 .. .. .. .. .. .. I 3nnl 151'II I ofllc. B 11 ilnd:, 12 state Hank Blda ,
18 D. *\\Hifner. nut a i AVaKiiei & .; 'n. I I 511i R I ; Il, nu I. la. ")" 111 .. : .. .. .. I 1 11111' 1511, KIM"! tit"111,.0. Florida.
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130 D. O. "',..rn..r. ,.at Hurtful, ilr 1 - .. .. .. I .. .. Su, .' ::11 .I AA 'I'hlmpaal, 1111 rlll1 lu r .. .?. .. .. .. ?.. I 26 11111 12 51 DAKIN AVENUE
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l 111 > (1. WaK-ner. UK Null Fur .. .. ..r'. I I 2 51.l Sit. I' S11sd11.' ph ltl, grtlphel, _ .. I .. .. .. 6'4101
' 111 IX O. \'a Rner. ant Norwich (t'n .. .. '. I 2 :.1\.1133 \ ', ., IllI & I upf.u bag w11guu ? .?. .. .. .. I 6011 25" KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Pat
ll. II l. A\' Kner alit, ScnltUh I'n .. .' I .5. 2"f.) 'I'll, \1 )I' I"; \1 till 11.1.1 eelule agt .. .". .. 1'' 0ul' 6; nu Johnston a. p. Garre"
I 114 l >. O. \''"..-n..r. aart, MHrnbeiK--ui"I .. .. I I 2 f,1IU 1', ; S \I..I..I.M. tort. 'hu11' ' I I 311111) 160)) JOHNSTON

D. (\Vairner.: n>tt. Finn. .. 50 .1:1': 'I'n1l"1 A "It""h r Hh..tln" gal- .. .. I II. & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
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(I. Wanner: ant :; 'I't. Amer :: .. :. ) I :: :: 1 :u: I. , ". I 10 006\ 00

1 5 157 11. G Wanner. aKt H..r . .. .. .. .. .. 2 S1. :1:11: A r; NI.r, .uI I phvutri( ., r"I- .. .. .. .. F1.1411 /) -

1181 D. O. Wagner, a rt. l'or'II'.ul..I'I..-. .. .. .. .. I 2 r."' ,Fl r.tfall. .prlure. .h..w _ _ __ .". .. .. .. .. 1011111 51111II
Ill) n. O. Wanner, atrl Yorki.)ilre .. .. .. I 2 f.O I4l n' IIs.: .pennnt I'.r' _ h .__ .. .. .. .. 2 00 100 .. Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
.,1. 140 D. Q. Wagner, ant Kninkllii .. .. .. 2 f.1IHI 1 :342 ,i:1.: .. \\ ..,1 :\1111. 1.11. ul.rr h..nl n" .. .. :I Oil 15" Building
D. Cr. Wanner, ant. Amer Sun-t tl .. I .. .. 260 :I4 7 'L1. 11e .I" 1.'k .. <1..matl.. .hnw__ ". ,. .. ".. ".. .. 300111 16"1"
142 Whltted Bros., merchant __ .. .. .. Sn 11,1Ii ::114 I' I": Trll"'II. rchnnt _ __ __ u... .. .. .. I 3nH I 5 II Kls.l' mmee. FIB
143 R. B. (Garrett merchant _ .. .. .. I 3 Mil( 160 :315V, .I 1 1\1"IY"'I, ..n",1 mrgr.-- 1101)1) &,110lH t\\n1tilrl"t \
'144 Mach Broil. Oaranre _ u" .. I 1 1" onlId r. "n : 11 l.: .\f"n., Oulu n n__ __. .- 1001
145 Mach Ttrns. ../holesale gas iiealera ool f.1I1I //.14 ; 11, .I I Ii u-ka. phyalrlan uu. __ ". .-. 101)1)1) 1100H'

14(1( .Mach Bros., livery stable n.u.. .' .. 1 If on] ; f,1I : II Is IIn..n, restaurant' _ _ u.n. .-. .". .. 00,1 260
147 Mach Bros., auto __ h _ _ h _ -- .. .. r mil l :N'. /ttel k I.." & Morgan. lumber dealer.. It U1, 7 60 1 DR. M. J. HICKS .
r 148 Graystone Theater. theHter . .. .. .. 2551251.' 3f.lI, ""ul'll( 1 C.. (7roam.Co. Ice cr..am .. .. II I II
14* Kiss. Ice & c. s. Co Ice pl"nl._ .. .. .. l K no!I "Gu. I nlrgte _ _ .. .. .I. .?. 5nn r I
160 H. M. Breaker, real estate aOC"'n' .. .. .. 111 not 5 nor 151'' J.h'ln"'Htnll lit Ts son. flab'dealers__ .". .. .. .". .. 10011 'fiIIO:1f,2 BEAMS PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
1(1 W. B. Crawford lawyer __ .. ,.. .. .. : II A CuII... auto _ 600
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1(2 J. A. Barclay real estate aKt ._ .. .. .. .. no 1) San 353 11 .\ ..hlo.. garage, - - .. 1 .1.. .1. .. 11)0111 600 Office State Bank oJ
i 161 T A. Harn & Co.. merchant _ _ .. .. 3 mi' 1 r.n 3f,4'.1'' ( Klrkwood auto _ ___ on. ApI. 1. 1816,, .. 251113fi. II CHANNELS Building
164 Lucy Jones, merchant n 1 n _ .' .. 3 col2F. ) 160 .' 'S N"rlolo.) e. ro'Mt"ur.,1 _ .\pl. 19161 .. 2501 12&H 'Phones: Office. 41Residence
166 L. P. Gilbert aa-t. Afro A I & B Co .. .. I 250 : AV' I. "'Illn. "h'.I..n. nn U'l... .1.. 19141".. ".. .. 1000 & 11113fo7 ANGLESand 40
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15< State Bank bank __ nhU.n onls 12 fin H It; S.'I\'r. real 1..1"1. aocL u .. .. 61)0
,f 167 A. R. Hernia & Co. merchant _ .. .. .. .. 35"' .r A Ill nrnxtrr. merchant _._ .. I 3 011 160
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1(1K F. F. H. Pope lumber yard hnn If, onl'" 750 ::59!! .r t A 1."l'a.'r., m..r..hlllll _ u. .. 3 Oil 15113r.1I
H. T. H..,... meat market ,"; 2 fin "In"1I..wd'n." ; m..r..hanl u ApI.. 1. 1915. .. I 61) ,753RIJ .- J. W. :
140 H. T. Hn... meat market 2 6n1.5n W Thmmna. m..rchant _ hnn___ .-. .. 150 .75 TRUSS THOMPSON 1 ;
I 1111 Union Cypress Co.. .. -I 3R2 .I 1 VV ,Sim'reran' d..ntl..1 uu _ 0.... 1914 .. 1000 & 003R31 j ;
r s. 1112 i M. Tiller n.Mutual I 6(1 W II I'eakc., merchant _ nn_ ADr Ii. 1916 1&0 ..763R4 .. :; RODS
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If. H. :Johnson merchant _ H II Ingram merchant ._. .. 160 ..n3Rr. FUNERAL
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!// O. P. Garrett lawyer _ lid .' F: II "'hr" ",'. piano tuner _ __ u ? 160 ..753RR'.1 "
HI Pat :Johnston lawyer _ .. 00 '' H ('11"1.1 lawyer _ _ ___ n. ... .... .... .". 600 251) STAYBOLTS r ,.
1811 J. A. Cheek. merchant -- I | 50 107 R,. II F..rll". m.'rl'h",1 .hU .". .". .. 1.0 ..7&3RK and ,

r 1117 J. O. McBride., restaurant | BO A J. 1''ld..nn.) rrment mfocr _ n (let... .I.. 1914.. .. .. .. 1000 500 ,
1118 Q. L. Sawyer ant. Amer. t 50 ::1691 II E Adam, .. iIhyeielan . u.u .. .. 1000 600 IRONWORK LICENSED EMBALMERStore i
1811 Hl... Model Laundry .. I dl 39111 1 KI".y II 14 (Club merchant __ n ADr. I. 195. .. 150 .n v
170 Person ft Ralney, 2K 3011 51 re U' II Alien m..r..hlll1l .. 10 .7& of All Kinds. and Chapel. Stewart 'r'
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171! J. D. Clarki real estate. -- I / 00 372''' It; H B..s nolde tray agt l'aclnc .. .. .. .. .. *.
A 172 W. k..r. auto _ __ I In.. ( '.. ___ .. 250 s
) II! II II BOILERPLATE Klsstmraeaj. Fla.
171 A. Clark restaurant -f .2 5(1
-- We. T III Murphy. County Judge. and C. I. D..ndy. Tax Collector of Bald
17i A. Clark merchant __ I 6(1
IU T. 8. Scrlber, real estate / 0(1 count v. dn 'rtlfy that the for..ocoln.-I. correct.Usell III JJI r .
ITO( Carson Farmer "11ft. 60 ) und..r our hand and Ofn..lal Seal of County Sud"e" thlll 9th day K

I 177 J. 8. Underbill auto I I| nf art A. I' 1915. MURPHY, P. A. Van. Agnew. w. B. Crawfor .1
171 Platt &: McFarland. dorn. 0(1( C I1. Collectodge. TANKSTEEL
1711R M. Munsier. merchant .__ ---------------------n rn, ((8. a1) RANDY. Tax VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
( C. W. Harris A Co.. 50
111 1 O. L. Buckmaster. ph .. (01. STRUCTURAL- ATTORNEYATLAW'Office I I "
; 1(1J83 St. Cloud Pub. Utlf. Co .
LlBht Plant _ - n __ -- on :* - oooo: not to associate with certain ones because : 3-4-5-0 CItizens Bank

r St. Cloud Pub. Utll.) Co.. Il' > on there Is gossip about them. Building
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; 184 New Ht Cloud Hotel 7 fin. FIRE
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: 116 Walter Ide. Hag wagon (i 2 snId GOSSIP 00 Gossip that is repeated and never
I 188 Kiss. Tel. Co., Tel. Kxc. I 55 > ESCAPES I
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J 117 Carson Farmer, ant. "ntlld 2511(/ O> loses in the telling; but how about ,

Oft" n. \ 18 lit* Carson Carson Farmer Farmer, aKt.ant. Royal G..r I I 250 250 any proof of the truth of such gossip HARD .\ ..


l,e. 1 ,(+I',' .... In 1.0 J.Carson McPhatter.Former.real Bst.estate Queen. a 6 2611 nd T o the Editor of Valley Gazette: ? If a man has a guilty knowledge WOODS. I O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW H."r': "

IL1''!i ; .' 192 Carson Farmer ast. Url.. 2hll I We often hear of the proud boastof of wrong done by a woman he RWaring
n : Itl Car.on "Farmer nut. Ut : 2 fid boast- Competent .
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t.; 14 Carson Farmer aurt. .... 250. the Southern man ( or gentleman, : will hardly condemn by ., Force of Workmen : Building: 4tl

I;I > -, :16 Carson Farmer, aKt whichever I ing' of it. -
Assurance _____ 2 50 name he prefers) that he for Road
"y' ;.r.l r'lI Carson Farmeragl.. O.. 2 60 always does and will his I To insinuate a wrong even'thouleh
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y. ,, .', '1.7 Carson Farmer aajt. Fidelity Phoe .. .. .. .. 25n protech womankind. Work.

99 .Carson Farmer. aa-t. Phoenix .___ .N".. ... f... 2 50 Of this we have abundant appearances point that way, is a poor Wb..n In Nssd of a
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199 Carson Farmer.-agL VETERINARY SURGEON
Aetna ___
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"{ Farmer, airt. Homt -_._._ .. 260 proof when it is a question of the colored way to.protect a woman; and to -Call For t
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I' i; 101 Canon art Royai'KVcTIICarson 2.6CICO But how about the !'fb.fi..
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V9 ',04 Carsoiv .FarsnerTaVt.f B. V\4fi\ir\ \ K r. -w w w .1 2.tO Loufhman Road 2s '
I' t t ;202 .Canon Farmer, act. Rochester will caution his wife and daughtersJ .and! ,slsUr;ara wn.tea, klae-boo. math' JACKSONVILLE.. fURDA: ( 'Phoas 121-1 'KUalmn**, inw i'*>' -



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I :''I 1Jv.::::: ::News; f All: : .!: :::f.Florida.!' !! : ::] visiting teresting noteworthy ford received'account society./ the the the of mention Endeavorers idea This its young, pastor of shows that this people., forward Rev.Winter contagion.of the Enslow It Park San-I ia stepon a. Notice to Citrus Growers Y' ', *lr;:,




;n y . . y . . . . y. ,. .T YTTTT ,r TT TTTT . . 'YY" " " Lakeland shared.ln helping pay the The Kisaimmee Citrus Orowerl' Association (affiliated with 'I.:,
-.,'. 'The first assessment record of the The voters of EustU have decided j back sa lary of the state secretary the Florida Citrus Exchange) have established a well equipped f

;, town of Fellsmere is completed and at the poll "by a five to ona vote in'1' nEAVO-1 for last year, but we do not know In the packing befit house possible, having manner every AdditionAl facility for machinery handling fruit has v. J
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'oY'! ',the,,.sheets show the real property at favor of issuing bonds for sixty thou- ; whether it was by Presbyterian or been installed this aeason and only experienced men will be

''t; valuation of $406,130. while the sand dollars to construct a system r CHRISTIAN E Christian church Endeavorers. Thanks employed in the washing; poUshilllr, grading and packing of .5 yn
:'" 'i:. personal property ia recorded: at $33- sewerage and hard surfaced streets. just the same. all fruit handled. t''

.l 660, making a grand total of 439690. The vote stood one hundred and six GRACE A. TOWNSEND.Oct. .
Don't forget the convention date, 11, 1915.W.C.T.U.. Beat possible service is guaranteed and growet who are
issue
y't1ff This Is a pretty good showing for the in favor of the twenty-one not members of this Association can have their fruit packed
; first assessment and of the against. The town went wild over November 10-11, in Kissimmee.Marriages # "
,.q'l'1 a study in this house in plain material or under their Individual brand
-, sheets shows a very equitable division the victory Wednesday as three previous are always interesting and at very reasonable prices, for which apply to the manager d .
I of the valuation. issues had been defeated. events. The Ocala Star tells of the I COLUMNThe I at the packing house. "

i I wedding of Miss Annie Morrison, sec- .,.
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J: \ The big car shops of the Florida The total lumber shipment by retary for the Ocklawaha Endeavorers -

k< East Coast railway in Miami will be steamer out of the port of Jacksonville and Mr. Hugh Knight, of Ocala. next meeting of the union will .It. -It. .
\ 'Ocklawuha, to. III"n, .. ... to.. .... .. .. ...n.'t....
reside so
"1 built next year, work beginning in during the month of September They are to occur Oct. 22, at 3:30.: The White
the spring, according to statement of amounted to 31,943,450 feet. the society will not lose its active Ribbon Special left Chicago Oct. I 5 for -- ---- I

F. W. Kirkland, assistant to the preslI" worker and secretary. Congratulations. the W. C. T. U. convention at Seat- I to

,\ dent of the railroad company. The board of county commissioner tle, Washington. Stops were to be
of Orange county will on November2nd Miss Ruth Wyandt, R. F. D. No. 1, made at Omaha, Cheyenne, Pocatello, ,r

:: Showing the widespread' growth of open bids for the remaining $75- Tampa, the state Quiet Hour superintendent The Dalles and Portland. The Union R. S. FLOYDDealer

I" the god roads movement in Florida, I 000 of the recent good roads bond is- wishes us to tell our C. E. I Signal says: Among the speakers who

; It is estimated that during the year sue. readers to keep on trying to get five will participate in the World's W. C. In -

\ bond issues amounting to nearly $6- (or more) new comrades, if not succeeding T. U. night program: will be Dr. Mary t
I I as soon as Oct. 3rd, the time Stone, president of the China W. C.
\ 000,000 have either been sold or au- Petitions are being circulated '
?' thorized by the various counties of throughout DeSoto county asking the she mentioned as the day for such T. U., and a noted medical missionary; Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed ,

I' '*V _Florida. board of education to call an electionto special department activity. Send Miss Jennie V. Hughes, a missionaryto
"! decide on the question of compul- names to her of all comrades obtained China, sent out by the Methodist Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. S''
"a
and if any society has not yet a Episcopal church of America. Miss
schol attendance.The
The Miami Metropolis states that sory "
Quiet Hour local superintendent Wang, an associate of Dr. Stone in '
Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
1 the new census will give Dade county I
three representatives in the lower Titusville Hotel company has please have one appointed and let I China, and Miss Sarah Ellis, who
Miss Wyandt know name and address fraternal from ,
comes as a delegate
M. Horton,
ith J.
house of the state legislature. This, arranged a deal ,
results in her
promptly. Some good Tokyo, Japan.
formerly of Daytona, for the sale of
however, is conditioned upon the _ __ + r't
work already seen.
The Some of Seattle's finest musicians -
adoption of the proposed reapportionment the Dixie Hotel, at Titusville.
constitutional amendment.The consideration as $12,000.A Miss Ruth Coffin, state secretary, have volunteered their services for
is visiting at 825 East Duval street, various meetings of the convention. r

mass meeting will\ be held in Sar- Jacksonville. Miss Coffin, whose United States Senators and Congressmen I LIIVI ,+
fair will be .1
Bradford
county asota at an early date for the pur- : home is in the quieter village, Johns- I have accepted an invitation to
2830. Workon
October
held at Starke
pose of discussing the proposal to issue town, always finds it a great pleasure attend the convention and will doubtless i
the fail buildings is
progressing municipal bonds for the construc- to get out among the sociable xpoak at some of the evening BBB B B BJBBJBB BJi B BJBJBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBBBBJBJBBJBJBJBBBBBBBBBJ I rq
nicely and a large attendance is ex-
pected. tion of a recreation pier in htat city. 5ndeavorers. meetings. Meffert's Trowel Brand Lime C
Rev. John R. Herndon, the new f

I The publicity bureau of the Miami Presbyterian pastor in Ocala, has The beautiful silk flag of the National
3i With the aid of several men, W. B. I Chamber of Commerce is making been invited to attend and participateon : W. C. T. U. floated triumphantly Both Good and Dependable ?
.-' .
Wills hauled a 600-pound shark onto plans for the distribution of fifty the program for Central district in front of the Rest Cottage (Frances Gees'
because it aids fertility,making fruit trees and other
ta
the end of the new recreation pier \ the to at Weirsdale,
thousand booklets illustrating convention, convene Willard's old home) and national
A crops much more healthy and vigorous, assuring increased p
St. Augustine Friday morning. Dade Nov. 8-9. We will be glad to meet g
Magic Oity and county. headquarters the morning the news of and '
; stingray was used for bait. lim. improved crop yields of the best quality.. '
the in South Carolina
; victory was re D.'.... I. because of its purity-analysis nearly 100 ,
j
Work has bene commenced on It now seems probable that insteadof ceived. The telegram from the state per
cent carbonate of lime also
and
-- because
produced bya
The headquarters of the Indian Ocala's new sewer system for whicha a district convention for East Cen- president read: "Hoist Old Glory ,
concern of twenty-three years' experience
River Sub-Exchange of the Florida bond issue of $75,000 was recently tral, there will be two rallies the sec high; South Carolina has gone dry." vI
Citrus Exchange have been moved voted. ond week of November at DeLand and Ground Limestone i I

from Titusville to New Smyrna, and Titusville, Mr. Lehmann attending 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF Hydrated Lime.$? ,

the business of the sub-exchange will I Wilson & Toomer of Jacksonvillewill htem as an honored guest. Live Oak BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor Rock Lime

in the future be handled from the lat establish a big fertilizer factoryin convention may have to be postponedtill There 1 Is a form of Trowel Brand time for every pnrpoM--eotl \ '" ?
ter place. Tampa while Baker & Holmes Co., December on account of local Sick Headache, Soar Stomach, treatment dust spray, eta All lure fully guaranteed. 1

pioneer wholesale grain and building: plans interfering with the only dates Sluggish Liver and Bowels--they Order Trowel Brand Lime for your grove,or field or nrden.. i .

x Judge A. Q. Campbell, in circuit material men of the same city, will Mr. Lehmann could attend, but we are work While You Sleep. I Booklet quote price"U and.ing end Lime sample on Citrus Grow. tn. Let us I' ,

court at Pensacola last week, denied operate a large branch in Tampa. sure that other good speakers will Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion -
the application of the "wets" for an come to this convention of North Cen- Sallow Skin and Miserable Head- I! Florida Lime Company, Ocala, Fla '

injunction restraining the board of Tarpon Springs is preparing an ap- tral and help. aches come from a torpid liver and I ........M..snaaal. .kala u..

county commissioners of Escambia peal to be sent to Congressman S. M. Union Center United Brethren society clogged bowels, which cause your

j county from holding the local option Sparkman to secure fund for the improvement : near Kissimmee, has a Quiet stomach to become filled with undi tour'I;

ti election called for October 12th. of the Anclote river by the Hour department in its work, with gested food, which sours and ferment :

government.A Miss Ruth Harvey in charge. In West like garbage in a swill barrelT That --r- I ;4world

?Mt i I>', Judge F. Fenwick Taylor, of Palm Beach irf the recent semi-annual the first step to-untold Misery' -IndU - .- -.,. ,-: ( '--' ,' .. '":" ;,fi' ;. ', '
of the state gasoline motor car service on the election of officers Mrs. E. A. Wal- foul bad
Gainesville, chief Justlc gestion, gases, breath:yellow ;:
,1 t '." supreme court, has announced his Intention Seaboard Airline railway between do was placed in charge of Quiet Hour skin, mental fears, everything that 1 is of the a

of being a candidate for re- Bradentown: and Terra Ceia Junctionis work, and Mr. George Shappell, for horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret '

election in the democratic primarynext being urged by citizens of Braden- Tenth Legion. tonight will give your constipated ., ..rThe.eyes ..

spring. town. Warren Ingram, secretary and bowels a thorough cleansing and '

press reporter for the Winter Park straighten you out by morning. They are on the man whoSAVES :
The First National Bank of Milton
1 The people of Palatka, taking advantage Congregational society, recently sentus work while you sleep-a 10-cent box ;
.
H Pace
has reorganized with John as I ,
fine news-letter. His is
of an act passed by the last a society from your druggist will keep you feel-

.i legislature which permits cities to president.The trying the society-printed topic cards ing good for months.A t
their chart.erswithout which can be obtained from Mr. Shar-
amend and make own <
action of the legislature, will Hillsboro county school board tle of Boston headquarters, reason- can opener of German invention

on October 19th vote for five citizensto has accepted four new brick school able in price and a strong factor in in- slices off the entire top of the ca: n. ;
buildings, costing a total of $100,000.
compose what is to be known as a I .
----- - -------
whose it shall be ,.
charter board, duty I
time of the
David Lear, at one one .
charter for the city of
to draft a new
most prominent and wealthy steve .j.i"; tt

Palatka. I dores in Pensacola harbor, has fallen t

heir to a fortune of almost half a million -

Greatly increased business over the dollars, according to information pAUSE for a moment, young man, .v
Oversea division of the Florida East brought by an intimate friend who Fall Goods

Coast Railway necessitates another has just returned from the home for>> a thought to self. The

ferry between Key West and Havana. disabled Union bluejackets. This man '
The ferry, which is to cost $700,000, says that Lear has been notified of problems that confront you now, or ; 1, ;

Is now being built, it is stated, and an estate valued at half a million be- Now Here will a few years hence. '?
when completed will have a capacityof ing left him In Ireland. Lear was also *H '
32 freight cars. The Henry M. at the home but upon receipts of apart / a v'' wq

k Flagler, now in commission between of his fortune left to see the Look about yon-the sea of affair ia country, stale, atioo yes, .! ;

Key West ando Havana, has a capacity sights of the California expositions.As ia the world, are the men who started to tare early ia life. l .; ,

of 28
.- .. a result of a dream of a colored They have the reaped and confidence of the commnaity.

4'he JaCk80n1.e correspondent of minister, who says he had a vision of Almost every train brings us some more of
estimates the Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they p ,.
j the vast chests of gold buried at a cer
1915-16 Florida citrus crop at 7,500 tain point on North Hill), Pensacola: our new fall goods. make--they may have a food time for a while, bat what does tkdrpersonality ;

:z 000 boxes, which is about l,200,00< operations have been in progress for reflect !

: boxes below last season's yield. This ( the of locating -
several for
days purpose
atf' We are continually busy putting the new A dollar or to deposited ia this baak will b.1.
estimate places the orange crop the treasure. An excavating plantwas
c
.; '
1: ancient of an honorable independent ,1
J' about 10 per cent and the grapefruit established with steam pumps stock shelves. career.Make : r
on our
40 cent short of last sear Now your befinniaf .0-IodaJ. Your +
< crop per and other appliances. a big gasoline '
f' \ bank book will lb. i ,
r son. The crop will be later this season engine has been added so that the pare way. ;

", than usual. The fruit will be of a work can be pushed more vigorously. Call in and let us show you some of the
f better quality, however, and higher -

n, prices are expected. A rousing celebration took placeat many new things we are offering the public. State Bank !
Palatka yesterday in honor of the

'). Forty-five thousand dollars In bonds launching of the big schooner City of r A''
will be issued by the Orlando Board of Palatka. Speed boat races, football ..,
Trade to finance the new buildings game, parade, dances and speechmaking of Kissimmee
which the organization plans to erect. I were some of the features of > fi
v Ip community If. C. Stanford Co. Capital stock ___________ 100000.00 ,
Yr. It will be known as a the program, and hundreds of visitors -------------- ------ u''
t
tk $ '" building. The first mortgage bond were on hand. Governor Park Tram- Resources ....' --------::--------- --400000.00 I' 1

will carry 7 per cent interest and the mell, ex-Governor.. W. Gilchrlst, # Ofksrs ad Dir. t n.
YII second mortgage bond at 8 per cent. Senator N. P. Bryan, and Commissioner p
w'r' A whirlwind campaign for the sale of of Agriculture McRae were Dry Good, Clothing C A. CARSON. PrU J. M. LEE. Yse. Prst { '

the bonds will be made. The, archi among tbsoe on the program.More and Shoes II KATZ. 21 VM e rW.t ;n.., ;

A 'tect's drawings are complete and approved I ROMA THOMAS C.4I1S .";:;.,;.; .' '
ist than one-third of the 138,000 < i
t t and as soon aked as the and money the eon- wblte, .In-the Transvaal are 0.1 1 .\. ., .", ...-... .......,,'..._, .. .... :. < .. ,- .; TehY; u, ..J''t" w1fR1 r.;r1r;} ,''y .
r t,raised, bids will be I ,
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r PAGEIS. THE VALLEYGAZETTE \ FRIDAY. OCTOBER .JtlS.

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MIII i I IIIIM t I I I S I l-t AOTICH ''n.* APPLICATION: FOR -Th I'I ', rat "train: ,'Florida' cttlVT .
LKTTKnS PATENT AJfcO .
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IS
LegalAdvertisements l.VCOm-OHATION. - '( I KISSIMMEE WIDELY ADVERTISED sold on this parket wait on'.October , ,1 _

F TO ALL WHOM If MAY CONCERN-- .,6, 1913, when w. -old a train ot i

to NOT 1C 13 IS HICHKHV, OIVKN That twelve ort October 27 19IS we"' .
car; ,
the undersigned; will apply to the Governor -
; : : of the Jj t..f Florida.1e15 tin SOUTHEAST LIVESTOCK A MAO AZ NE'PUBUS D IN COLUMN' old a train of fifteen car; on December -
J6th day o* A, I). ., for '
; -H I 11 11 I I II I III 11 I I I I I I-I- Letters Patent. Incorporating*, the FamilyHtore -'1 BUS. GA.., CARRIES MANY ITEM S, IN REGARD TO OSCEOLA 28, 1914-. sold a' train of eleven ,

!. ... Clrrnlt C..rt of Oseeola Count*, Charter. .which under has lbs been following tiled In Propone the of. COUNTY AND/ITS SHIPMENT S OF BEEF STOCK TO ALL car. These we all .hipped from Kissimmee '

4'. 'Place your..orc 'NOW' for Mat .f rlvrldni-In Chnnrerr.Roddy State floe of of the Florida Secretary: of Stat. of the, SECTIONS OF THE COUNTR Y-TWO OF THE LATEST FI_., via Atlantic, Coast'Line-:; ',

\ ., 'TURNIP SEED.' RUT I..t_..* Company (Crons-nill This' 20th day of September: A. D. REFERENCES TO CITY ARE REPRINTED HERE and Mobile and Ohio railroads, and ,. r
versus I a 15.
'BAG A COLLARD ONION Klrhy ....t.... R. D. M....1... et nln. H. :M PKAKR. old ota .the"open market here. With '
also ONION SETS T. It. U. WarlsiK Hender.onvllle 'VorU I W H PKAKJC, -- '
SEED <'smiles I J. W. HARRia.IHOF09KD I the exception of the train load :cold
SEED RYE, SEED OATS You are hereby directed to appear on --.- That Klssimmee la widely adnrtisI ord reported at Klsslmme here the 'above all*
RAPE. GARDEN BEANS Monday, the first day of November. recently, represent _ _
: PEAS. POTATOES EU. 1015. to the cross-bill tiled. against you .f CHARTER ed to the world at large as one of the First Klulmmee Shipment train load consignments ever cold on. _ _

In This the' clause order above shall be entitled published In the F''JlIIL'8TORE greatest cattle markets of the South' Clay Robinson & Co., live stock this market. 5 S

? Our FALL SEED CATA- Klssimmee Gazette. a weekly newspaper TI\f' undersigned hereby associate is evidenced In" issue of the
it full printed at Klssimmee Florida for th..I" together for the purpose of every commission stock yards St. Louis "Whether or not this correction will
LOGUE Is ready gives ,
the of four successive weeksonce beomnittg Incorporated under the Lawiof Southeast Live Stock a magazine pub
description, prices etc. It space in each wee kXVItnesn the State of Florida and under the Market, National Stock Yards 111, interest your readers, we cannot re--',, .3

will be a pleasure to mail you Court at the my Court hand and House the seal KlsxlmmeeFlorida of said.. terms of lists ARTICLE Proposed) Charter 1S : lished at Columbus Ga., and devotedto have written Southeast Live Stock frain from defending our title as I

one on reque3t. this 22nd day of S..p..r.. ,'( t1on I. The name of this Corporation the live stock interests of the South. the following self-explanatory letter: pioneer sellers of Florida cattle 'on u
shah be the FamIly Store.
1816 The last issue contained other
'Ct C.t Seal) J. L OVKH THPHT St-ctlop 2. Its principal office and among "May we be allowed to correct a this market."
: Poultry Feed, Supplies, Incubators 40-4t Clerk (,Ircuil '
of KisRlmm < ltj County of OsccolaHIM
Etc, Donkey's andPratt's ><>"!'K'K FOIl I'IIII.II'A'I'IO' ) *-Utite. of Jo'III'ld"' and its business. Florida Cattle Shipments August to the effect that the train Fifteen Japanese women newspaperand
In said Kls
-- - tnahi tondutt town of
Remedies nep.r.m..C 0' I.. 1..1..1. I'. ". I..nd ,tlittlte.i ('its.\ Hnd .elsewhere In the Large shipments of cattle in train- load of cattle from Kissinamee Fla., I magazine writers of Tokio are .

OfUre .< I..C.! ...., III. .lorlil. xtnti. .tf lortda. and In any other State 5
Nr|><. :iS. IMlnHrrlal I I .it < ',,"n'ry. UuouKh such other officesbiaru load lots are being made from Floridato sold here recently was the first con- forming a woman's press club-the 5.

Write for weekly Price List ... 1,101,57. In'M. .HK. IK'i 1..H or otherwise UHnhall Western markets. Regardingsome signment of the kind from that coun- I first organization of its kind in the .3
and Catalogue. Notice Ia huixbi kiwn I hat! JnnuxH I h,' ". . M"arv or < .,"\'en lent. '
::1 Hali\) '. of I l.o\l.J\J"lIIn. I loilili, who. ARTICI,13. 2. of these shipments the Carson Cat- try ? I Far East. 4,
on Jill)' 214. 1112. ,mud.. 1I..d. I I'.n.. s. il 11 on I. The I "(.lift .al nature of thi.
E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. try. No Ill 11157.! for \\ '/ .if. N \\ \ si I';'. tjslvttotH. oi,. .biiHtiiiHMi to he traiiKatt' tle Co., Kissimmee Fla, wrote South- _ _ _ _
of NV4 anil, M: ".. of S''\\ '4 Si" lion. . .I I I I.\ tin. Kitld< L'oinpiiiiy) Bhnll be no ful1 east Livestock 6. --
IK. T..w".hl"} |> .<; Sdiilll. laii.i. i'I I I..t.; l lTallahaxm 1 l..v H September
.
20U East liny Street .i. ]M.-i' .tiliOh>. IniK ,111. ii] n..II t. i. I I.<. ..miliH 1 H Mon. or stores for tin\ ;
JACKSONVILLE, MAMJIDA Intitillon, to niiiki, .llm n-M .n I'.f. ).n v ink nnil itt lltiik. nt i* tall men' tttttl! "On August 23, we shipped from
j..r iNtalillHh ilnitli, t.. I th.) Iinil .iliox. II.I <" s tlnihtriK. fuinlHhliiK K"<><18. .,.ho.a. here a trainload of 842 head of cat- STOKESSEEDS '
.
Q5)) rI"'rl..I.I".r". l ,,.. II. ,1 U of ( ',in nit i '"m I Iat 5 i lI.t I) 1 t 111" l.II..H. Hilt MM. H11H pi lllll I H. UP ;
Klnxlmiiii. i.. lloilili. on. Ito. I II'h' I, il I I.." 4)1) .l"r .n. InilH, isss.tt.l! i y. Jt.w*'lryt UIIII. tle to the Cudahy Packing Co., of Kan-
of N"'IIII'r., I 11'lf!< 1 1laiinant )Ill i Hi1- 111..11". < li M'TH inn(Tli.t H. bat I h. AUK GROWN FOR CAREFUL PLANT
; ( ., IIIIMH x ax HttixsxiH' i ...I"I r*. sttsttklig, 1 I , Jin Its 1 Is ,,10"< t B. and nil sas City. These cattle were furnished -
\\. .I ( tarr.lt I if. I Mlkliiiiaii I ". I ii 1"ililn I I 11.4 i itt' t It li H it 'nt I "'tiIiliiiett'| I!I !) "rt"ln1' -
;\ H 1 .ox nf. 1.stigIIltitIt. I VI.loI".i :isle :Ill ,lln: liurtin. us. MIT ( :lothh IH by he Carson Cattle Co., Lesley & Stokes Seed Farms Company

t When buy Jo: II Hiviiin. of .ouuhinan VI.I I" '1 <> <.11".111< I n MI(lilt" ot Btort for the Bass Hull! Bass and Ed. Whaley. Expectation 'LJi
you A. J ('lilux of 1.oiiKhnian. I Ilo till I foirs' h..H'i it ,ml, Kill .1..11 a nd wh"h.lo.
itlItiHl'V i 1'\\11' if S d In i "tst.ml.1".1.t.>H. t'roc keiV.1 y. now is that there will be MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY

41 .r.l_ n."I..I'rNOTJ'I'J 1"ix\% jtri, qt..itM,, ,sit i t. lisernI-slI. tra ppi -
IIIM Itt tttIcn) "itii),' from 1<'nth*'r. noI1 two other trainloads to be shipped as

BREAD OK AI>M. M lilt AToll I mix' ml Mini'r\ t..5. hoot, tovt*. con follows One 9 and I .
-
: September
one on
( For 1"1..1 larbarse; ) f" ( 'I.i .,in i \ St ttti-.ait.r. dec orat.oiiHha .
!. Court of toiintr Judge, State! ofF r 'lorlda.In TiltI i ( h..I1.t tn, < sears and ( ()ItS,clii- :
I Ask for the BEST re estate of John I'Io.rce. Onriola t nt Tot, .11..8 and ho".hol,1) urn.. ami will probably/ to St. Louis and will I'
.tilt. In do lilelItlIltile and di '-
t count 'in i a >
i yNotlc be the abovementioned
'
supplied by same
parties
la horcbv gIven. to all whom k ""IH hllHtlH HKI
4
We make Grocer tells ito. 'I 1. I the .htiNlm.HH of boot and LETTUCE SEEDThe : '
it. Every It mu> concern thai on the 20th' day i " on and in addition thereto the
l\ .Mi "all' i M nnd I..ltl.l und to in a n 11
of Novomlxr A. 1> 1915. 1 hall Bp|> r"
to the Honorable: T M Murphy.1 JuilKe f .01", i }10" HI.11. ttiipot t i port and Southport Cattle Co." I
BAKERY of said court as. JudKi. of I toliati,'. for 11, .11 In) 1'IM.( H Hhoi.H )1."II'r.. and. l,*at Ii-
K. tny final dlxchnrKe ... .dmlnls.tor, of i u ,,,iS I N i'( all) k in,IH blat IlIn-1 : vaI..h.i The two trainload mentioned were finest strains of Big Boston and
p tinoxtat" of John 1 'IPIII. ill.,.. ax..,J. .sill.1 ...II"1 |to." .p.11, "II.t >IIH f n )bootH und I very ,
and. that at the xami. linn. I ulll ii- 1 I. ...th. ) !lak'' I lott I Kit, ttbilH. .boit shipped. liS indicated and were sent
E. A. NIEMEYER ,,, 1".1 1 liu fantt nliiKwI Florida Special. Both fine early headers.
x,'nl to xalil ruiirt ni\ flush atcoutilx anadnilnlxtrator j j." 1 I. I lull t. n < H "A ,
p Mitchell Street of Raid extad.. anil auk I i.it. ..01.1"I I .tml! ill hilt. i .its 4 BH.it. (It tn. and.1I. to the National I Live Stock Commis- ...
for t loin t I.. t pni !unv' nf Hald 1 .itltibH and 1 ,tttii., -ioii Co.. st I.ouls. $1.00 per pound, postpaid. ..::
.
Dated r'N;: A 1> Ill'sV ..t.I n. t ..1 "I'II"'j"1' if b 11 MI tit**** 11'1"
\ B CHAW I .i lltlAilmlnlsti IS. 'I 1i. I"Uv.. II) 111 M t Ll >... I t III. I"III pi" 0I \ A lIotherohi'mellt HiHisled of 921:
I I; ; : .ilorNorn ; S \i \Ii''silL I .tti.I', I.11.I t.""IS. .K 'jllll.| .. d.NI .1
22 2t-50. 4 Is-Il I I, ,,. ...r .I iiisi, I ll i.. ll. 'III I.i. |ffl45)fl) .tIt t till headhuh were .shippc'd to the Cud- KILGORE SEED COMPANY
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1 iOK- A DMIMS'i'n \ i'on.lor -" Ii t ,liii, 01'' I. ),.."i" M ni' sillier t I.,,11.1! ally l'iti tsrlg! ('0., by Lightsey & Lewis PLANT CITY, FLORIDA.
M. TILLER ::: i" II" , ,,, .isis.,,,1 I 1 In i luuifl.uiZu i i ,,1."I..p 1 i il 5
<(< Final 111..1 and ::'IlallnVhidl, both of Fl.j
.1. I, l,,In, 5 ."|"i ".\ I 11 |"I ''|1'' |tl t \ ci lit I .111" 1 n. ''i.
I I1, ,.. 01! I.. ii.1. :11,d I .11.I I'"n .111\ lilt 1
of'
In loan. of ounty lixlice Slnle I'. |I" :Miudtt and,, Barlow, Flu, and others. _____+_..
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Real Estate ADeney. :!:: lorlfln Oa......ln 1 ....nl>. i l \ p I) sit .11 Pus i .-iMitI \. .Ii it 50- I
I.l I h ..i "tin I I.. i .il" i I t h '..j..I.' .. :; Arcadia, I Fla., ship-
1 ................................ I In re xliite of s .., I .. .. t h. i i n 'in' li"i..i.. i.1) ;11.1, II t.\ 1,1'Y.
\\.11. i 1 II.'H'1 rNtIite .. \ .i.l, I 011.1.' t i'..\\ t s "hloh ) ; ( ) Northern Markets, : .'
and sold. : ix h..hv .Krn! t to nil wlmIt" 1 1 t ,,, i -1" ..i ".. t ii,i 1 ,((5.tsiuii, ,
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Realty bought "
niaoniorn. that on tin '1\\ilflh I l.t" I :;. .J.J AVii ton llou-t IIT'x.> .. '
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Houses rented. ::1: of Dicinilir I A .11.' 1"1 1 r, I xl, ill, "|1'1'1.|' '" '' I " , I". ., ,' ,..i" 10 d I ..j |I't.i mi l tv of Kbi i NATURES SOIL BUILDER ",
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Its th' ll< not ,1,1. I Muri. \ ,I. ,,' .5.5 I", ., ....1 II" ,,,,,.., .."H'l" 5sf < ix "
Taxei paid and Titles verified 'j' Hald 'ollrl. nR .Juilgt.nr 1 i ..I..i f f..r .. . . , .
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I " '- I h" i in itl sminitc' .mil .hpp"cJ,] ] *! t tluni to his iamhmat
t :: inv dixi')Ii"ir"i ax AdnilnlHli, if. .I II iiMnti '" .. .5"? 'I., I '''n', ' ", ,.l;.. in d.. 11,"K ts .
for nonresidenti.Fire. : of \\nllir HIHM HI ,il 1 I. .i" .1. .... .. .
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I I I""" lii. I"'" I t ti|"- I' niowers Ground;
I limestone
1 Life and Accident Int and that at the xami lltn I will. proxi sill. .,I"(" ., ., ,..,,, I.) 1 I.i\\ k .'f Ito, 1'11110- makes neid soils! : .
nl to ..,,1,1 oinf fly flnil aoi .oiiilx. .il. I l's, ,1,1, . ) ty tight i cutliaiK I ) of "attic '-hipJM sweet It releases! pot 1h salts and imparts 'I' r
A.lmlnl"r..lor of said esttti and ask .
X as : Till< 1 1 ; ti
surance. I tor. 1 ItmI Ir a j Ii'pi' tS" al) I '. 511,5,1., 1 ,.. .r i",.. DM' .sf. 1 Ills
Indemnity; Bonds. i ii Dull Juts 12'lfl ; .I'll1)!'. I .r! '-I...'., I ...r Ii,us'I', i |1""t .11..n. Nh..11 I bl I.'l'I Hlower3f> limestone ground l iimisu.ilK' f tile,: I "
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2T I;-0.11 -mo.fmo Adnitnixtiitor I I ,, , .. ., .. ., with lie soil! lio '
,1,1' ,,, ii !1\.1\ d 4,1 155''i' i slit 11 *. i fl readily mixes! ( < (..ont.ims! 1111purities C p
: I 11 u. I 1'' ''i 01". ..l MI, t Iln"II..I.n"I s I I ( l .. 0"1>
_ _ _ _ _ _ IM OIK1' II.' ('01 'T.It I IIf..1 I I',..II.!! v ,ti it .ind. sin Ii "' "cI K. liu.lu.liii. *? 'll'or8.tln to the Pale and Sickly 1 --can lie applied at any t tune .i n ....
: i HI \'II; OK I"'I.Ollll" \ ,IS I., ii s d.! II II.) ,I fit I I" t hi' n iihm'"i hi UK inexpensive U rite for literature nd,
I The Ol I standard general Rtrenirthenlng tonic : price>
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US lfi.A; < Ol I '''' '''I'''' '' ''' flitS 1 I.. p.iid. foi In ,nr
.., ,,. ,li," lR<>\'ES .STKI.ESS( chill, loMC.drivrnoul, \
tit -
I S ti H i I'S i S oi propertin Blowers Lime & Co.
Phosphate
nf Anron lrMliiir Malaria i-ni Icherm the Moo.I I anil tiniKnui! >(lies) .
In nfale s
rr I "IS it. S I".l ii"i"n to bt 11'.1 IM the
Notice IB hinby.. Klx'n to nil whom ,,, ., ,. . ndI trui A true tonic 1'ur adult. mel children Sue I -
H C. W. ru's u , 01. l. i 1 Iv 1 !In .II''t.i t >i K n Box K 308 Ocala Florida
GRIFFIN ,
It max ( "nil'in. that on (th ]lnth( 0101'1 'h 011 I" ."", ul I. .iid pal"i 1 fit it HIM'hi -- ----- -- -
of PtliruHry\ A. I' 1111 I hall apll\' I ,, .. 1
, ." ,1 1''''' HII h) to HIM' "H II h 1 lusrrti 'SrtlItI's'l': : -
to tin Minimal' T. M MMh\, |' Juilte .'I, "I sr's 11.r s in.t \ "d. "nu IK 1',1,1! 1 t ip-
''of said Court an JuilKi. of I it loliati 'for (Is I 5is.( ..1 k n mb<. iits'I oat <1 f i mil tulip 5l.iil Ill,.1. I S. t |I"i 2 i < "h.\J.I.| '."'S'tt .-
Staple and FancyGROCERIES toy final( dtnettitrge l tin -\.Iml""t..r. .f I.. I1 I nu.. I Id \ oi.d 11... i in<'MI nt .t..I.I.. I. of 1 liirnl.i ..I!,oSt'isg lit. amount "1
the Htale of Aaron i'.tetst1r. ill i o:is- 'I.,. 111.' 1111' I I.i ..\ 1.,1. I I ii\ 1 I..w I''M.H i ha.,1 l tf> I II". 1 1'.< v ( 'nil. .ti.t I P .<(
I 'd. and that, at that tlim. I will pr<.*iint ,\HTI..E I l I 4 1"1 OSI I.,.]1,1 C '"lllll\ iiistl.t.I 4. is I I s.i'.till 5 n dI
f\ to Bald AtIniiititttlsttor. of said ..tllt( ,.. anil axltfr i S ,,"I( I" i I" tuillv, . ..ut t tin..tll I (liss' *,!1\ < .5 a"i'"I"I I I "II,,II, III <.5f 11" HIIII. t.. I till Xe.\
K; \ I r Ihilr. apprrtalUati : I. S '..,01 I ,Sr, ,I' t ru I I.i, Si n"-j I I .5.il! first's fin, "hi"! 'h, (is'., S ha\ t". e.Il
\ d AUB 2nd. A t> ItlSA I \HT"'J.E! r l's I ls'il I''
i: imnnoiiTS3 *-, 5 ( i Silts I 'Its l l',. l UNh., KB of I bin! \ Irli.rrt Inumenc ..f < minty I*'unelsOrfc
Free all Part 1 m 6 m Adrnlnlxt rut orMA I"..i .iti.ii ii,,1,1, ..t In ,,\ >M,' .p> oloId r"1, ,"
Delivery to
I II(,us I 1'.1. Of I iii"I I'I tIlls' MI til 1 I.I. ,'..n- >br .':t. A. I). IHI.%. I
''ki' of the HI.I.;ICX WAI KNotice iliii I .1",1 1 ,I \is\ a /Pi ."I..llt. :, \' l iee- /t'n.nidfMiti . Lie...mlTo -
City S. i I 11'ta r\.. n ml a Tr*'TKII i ,'r. nnd n nm mitt Hxx..sw.'d _ 11.296 14Mniiunt tii hcr i n PriccSometimes ,.
t IH her. .b\ ulxcii 'Hint ",,,1.,1 I It..d 1 of I III, It ,l5.v,IH. to I lli t'ttltliuOflti| of i',oil!tu i.ted 11. I 141 12Itilltiln '
''l'r and bIn in' of" 1.'llInlI I I i'"11 i' 11 i,,,1, i iil ft,tutu t"h"11 i' t" ft\ ,nu, ...10..i K 11n' i xat'tmil. -- -I
: t I I.\ tin llonnrabli. J"RI'): I I' I )slits-I 10. i 5sf. NU Id I n.,1. t t.. I.,. \,1!\ htin. I i tie rulliitiil' 1r>5U2Nl.teliil Higher Quality Always .,. ,.
JtnlKi of-thi, Ciirult Court if I the Si'\ 1 H.! -I.I i w M ni,d I Is,, I hI' alt"II."I t v. It hintl I"I 1iilhcity-; I a
i _ _ _ tilth) .TudlTlal Circuit of FlorlI... on I t.' IniiltH ".al ii 1 1 hi' "Ill<'" of S.ro.- To amount isM'Mst.tI' - - - 2.S24 <,I3 "
23rd day of AiiKlixt A. 1) 1'ilS In t.truriU- t In. offbr of, T'n "..II'r. rusty \mount collected n ____ uun 2785.26 ;
j niiscIffAs11tei- cause! pending In the Circuit Ih"1 b*' hold l>y the same. p..r..on Thi> Board I1L 14 ,
: Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida of TUri.ctorH n.ny appoint! such either ofliecra. Balance- be collected __- ._ SS.77Xiil. RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about tf'A
and for Oaceota County. In Chan"'ry.whl'reln or fronts, HK ti> 'tin'Ir jndirment( ( Mrh.Mil' 1)1.1. No. 14.- l"
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II II. KD1CK it nl are Complainants may a* m who'l hud Hhnll. pre.icrlh I lo amount assessed __-_ _____ 40S.82 FAVORITE FE rILIZERS.
and C. F. Ul BHI.E! ct nl. nroKespondonta for such offlreis, or afcititn such pow. Amount collected ______ ____n 4 o lUll I
) on" the Klrst Monday In em and duties. as In their discretion They know and can testily as to 'I'm-'in .
/ November. A. T). 1915, the same lielnic may seem proper Balance to be .collected ___n_ .61
the firSt day of Raid month. within the SectIon 2. The Annual meetIng of *ni.. *4rli4.ol .U.... \... n.- : ''\'
1''Tal hour of Bnlf at thi. front door i.ftin the tsruor'ttlopi sbfill b<. iold 1 on II Inn 'In iiiiniunl, "xsi. .xxi'd _ ,_ 216 1inciuiM w 5.-:1 QUALITY, THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING .
fouit' lloiix. in' KlHvlinini' .. ( "sq. S ." ,,,1 I 1 l 1'u, *M., ,i\ In. 1 1'01 1,slit, u. \ 0 it S al'h \ i ..lift.ti.il 216 31
I .1..i ( :i.iintv, ,liorl.l J : i. I \s ;I 111 I I :off, i. f.'i' 1 1.1. v 5 .5 ii it I t ii t 1 n Ii > 0'. '..,1. ,\ r. at I I'S 'I j i it t Ill QUALITIES and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY ::1-
RQOF -.1.I ti. I Ih hl"II..t. t :nil I I"H' l.l.l.l.i' I ..i iish ItI'l Ii t !tin" ill I iso "flu, S i s 15. t'..Ii" "i1 .>- : I :.il"mi", to I.,. t.Hi i t li.,il 711 S
I; ;J : It ,IHll.1l.' IMjtlly till f"II. ,,,, I" I III'' \ ,,01..1 1 foo xhill, I,,' il.. .I"I .\ I Its I Itoiid! t ....n.> llc.iiil- to FLORIDA SOILS
2 si"iti t.i.t II .Ml of I 1..18 Jl:I mil 4 5,1 i I'.t.i i t ." i iI T.I ,il.i.. ..III.I ixH.nvcil :MUSS: 43
-7C.-J mil ill fin'll<,nal lot .1 of .\ I',1: 1'. 5 I 11,5,1 i ::1\ \'" til (the offl!.'. is to. lie '\m,,<,lint i'i.ll.'t I li-il ::1342335 'T '
nti I S ",,10-,1", 1.10" of Sti, |'I"| ,", 4. '1'-I ,. .I.t.d i t i it n,", \vrirltp ii! M I, mitt. rssr (11 Iii, : Special Formulas lot All Florida Crops ;
I Mlllp I 2f Solltll, I I tort t"e 2!It I 1'1; to HltlHfv I I \ 5 .u"I' Mm, I ti'' ") VIM I 5 5 M ( l ;1\\ 'II; I hall ,Is,. 1 ..i il t.i mi'i' to I st.i it I.., I li.il I 41.. ill -
; 4a44ie&a75z S I I. ..I.,.I. I.I.11..1'.1. I III Hllll I .I 11 Ml "Ith ,,"allf.d! | 1)4) 1 1.H, ,sf, t Its', 1.-'' l4nernl *M.he.4.lI S WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS
I" II titl. ) I OHtM I ti i I.n si Ii'ill 5 I t It I, c.<.,mill,, ,S t 5 d \"\ the I i f..11.-I i T"I ,iMi.njiit, I iinxinxiil, 411.1121.50 :
\ In:1\ ;; ::1 his. Si: pt 24 ,\ II> 111'I. 1 hi'u. 4 .cPn3awIN'URAP4CE' 0 I. 1.' 1sf; ill i1ii. I I'H""' MI I iI'fNT 1 : II I M I' nk. e '
It 11 r.niill: ; ti.lot..tsil ;\laxlirCoiiiilalnaiil I \' H 'I 1'-1'111'11'1'-1'( ; | | | ;: | .1 \\' if .rrl* I Ialll.: ...<> t..l.. <...11..1..1 I 4"J fil AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, INSECTICIDES 5'
; Wf- | .' R..II... ,0'.t' ( I'I'C'ICI'T.\HY 1 ; ; I \ A.1 1'l<1 1M' I'HI-IC.: \\' UU "ill. ..i hix.l Illol. i\4.. .1In -
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.111..1 aht.gl. t..n. I 1 amount, HHHI.Kxed 1 .4R7 16
I 1-1'_ ..... .1.M *1.IYM I ... In (.IrriiM ( '.>nrt. State of 1"1.'d.-' Set. I I nil MM t ("iP I ''lltl.;(TOllS I M J11 MI \ \"uIII' i'silt't. "',,1 I 4r s !12
k '..1S ..e13r I I'* .tlti. \U 1',1..1 W JiariheAtCfICt.IC
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rM. .toe cnt h Judlrlnl ( lr 'ult. U..I.C INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER Co.
\ *-lwr rat. . s... 4..0 I.4. 'allot 1 Tx. I llalnnri to IM- <.,,.lI..1.U .824 oT
J. .
::1 othin I This Its, titration nb. ill "
IM) ( llKill "..h x< h... l iI. (. (NoI I-- ;
I, JAXON METAL SIlTNOLKa! WILL rnl..,pt, tin ai proprlnt m.nl. nnil,' shall. T"I t IllllOUIlt IlHHt'XXI'll THIS ; Jacksonville. Fla.

BTAMD ALL TRUTH.Th7 n' It, Sot rrhlll < omplnlnnnt ,,,01.,1,, If\ .1 MV H. for tIre KO\.n'.n'. ofII mount .11"1.,1.) ,, - 33201
: E.il..Ung. s iffalrK.. not In*'oriHlHti.nt with It K
AT rraetlemlly ..
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: ('ha'r and the I..IIWB. of the State orFlorlI" I"'a In nr-e to lie colli.,.ti'ii 1 I 97)
M..s_ .. .... "... 1IIMa Mllllam II Kord. Rtkel Kord. his mlfr.rl I wliloh ttv.l5nws Inniiieiulid -
'T? 'i5. HteMiI. .? Hi. Itrfendast. may line & l"infeilum.- -
Onea i L'OslTsnlaed / .
? iilli nil all In .
PROOF. or n'in' 'd tin To ninount axse axed 2 2403
LJtiHTNINU
.FIKKPKOOK OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
r in an in r roy tiled; I In Raid. Ily t -Laws. _ OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .O.
4 th. .." 494M* IM thai eeM* 4>f InoteUIIncaael appearing by afflvaxlt appended Ii ,\mount collected" n n 2.7S5 26Halance
that ...a> be dem* with hnnimerand to the bill filed In the ahofxtnti.ilcause AHTICLK 7. --- -
soils, Tn Tepefta'i Section. 1. The hl"h..1 amount of In- to ito collected 38 77 5, WISE MAN i
J that William II Ford. Ethel .
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t /. 4B4km.l.h:1: ;.rMck Ford his wife et .I. the1 defendants xx. to which this Corporation ".... School I)l... N... ITo 5 carries sufficient FIRE INSUR- I
r Bawl ...,. eoeui _II) nut Uie ejes. therein named are non-rexldints of mavJat/ : anv time subject Itself I shall 'notexC.1 amount nxsi'snod _ h_ I .R14 13"uunt -A i

,. ," ed T4te7 fr mDeeu.. .&. the State of Florida. and are residents d. double the amount of Its CapitalStock. .\ collected, _ _ _ __ 1.((44(6( 14 I ANCE to protect his property : ,
; of ( tate unknown. over the oats of 5- C whUe he la living and ample LIFE \

: ThERuo.t1wi.PooucsCo. twenty-one that said years:non-resident It Is therefore defendants ordered -- Diction 1 The ARTICLE names R and re Hldenrers Huh Italnnce Mi.kool to lie!)!.collected.. No. 4-. nn 1799 - _ INSURANCE to protect hi. family /:

: '" IvIa.tw c. JArspwvLLLRA.'lL be and 'Are hereby required to ajt- of the Hutmcrlbtnir orporatorx. to- lo amount annenneil. _ __ 1 .*>33 36 -ii _ in the event of his death. He
In iritlnrvllh theamourft of Capital \miiunt illected _ 192852 II! also insures his
pear to the bill of complaint filed stoi'k xubxcrlbed. for "by .rash .are .ax h n earning capacity ':
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,\ said cause on or bffori Monday thi S "
by taking out
ACCIDENT
t
Ii follows
1 In hi to be collect _ 484I an and S Stt1P
n n I
lilt day of November A. .O't. I 91 5. otherwlsn n
the allegations of said bill will Number of >nt<.d ( Ktobrr 4th A l> 1915. HEALTH POLICY. Be on the it
be taken as confessed by said deft.nd- Name Address bharexII J U OVICRHTHKKT:: ; I aafe aide.I .
M I'enke.
KlHslmnine Fla 10v
Ask Your Grocer Clerk Circuit Court
: ant.It \ II l'tnke. KlHxfmmee. FIn 20 ir1! Ct Onceoln County Florida I We wrie( all line of INSURANCE .:
Is further ordered that this orderb
i J. \Y. llarrhe Klxxlmmee. Hn 251 'jllM M JOHNSTON. I>. C that .
insures .
1U and endure .
;: published once a week for four consecutive AFFIDAVIT" 4)F INCORPUHATOHS .. .
For weeks. In the Klssimmee Val- State of Florida ) is None but RELIABLE old line companies ,
ley Gazette.. newspaper published In ) ... HrATUTOHY ACTIONla in thi .,.
said County and State.Ct. I Countv of fmreola. ) agency.
t t, ( Ct.. Seal) J. 1... OVFRSTRKRT TO ALL \\ MOM IT MAY CONCERN' (Irrnll f'ouw'tf.rte "....... Ja<.1.1.1 % ph D. G. WAGNER j
CREEKMEAL'SCOFFEES Clerk Circuit Court HR IT KNOWN That before me. the .. (Irrnlt of the 8..<. of Florida J7. zrd: Second Floor Citixrna Bank Bldg. '.
LEWIS (nUYAN. undersigned Notary Public In and for In .... for Oorvola Co..'''. stdM Kiulmmee Fla.
.. Solicitor for ComplAinAnt. 42-41 the State of Florida this dav person ,
ally appeared II M Peake W IIPeake ADOPTION OF <'SIlL!) h.
ItOTIC and J XV Harris each to me The I'rtKloK of Uar'rd Mrl.Bmjxklla "
personally known and to ..d Florida "e..lall. Ills Wife. '...

Notice' ,Is hereby given that on Thursday oft the Individuals d r b'.dwlon.r': who
the 28th day of October A. n 1915. executed the foregoing Proposed Charter NOTICE! OP APPLICATION FOR -riJt "IP1IW 1'-ft ,1d1f .
at the hour of in( :OO( clock A. M.. at who each for himself. upon oath FOR ADOPTIONTO
the court house at Tltuavllle rirevard severally acknowledged that he executed -
County. Florida' the annual meeting the said Proposed Charter freely and ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Best By Eyery Test the owners of the. lands situated In the voluntarily for the uses and purposes He It known that on the 2nd day of
Upper Rt Johns Drainage District will I therein expressedWITNESS No\ ember, A D. 1916. We. will apply MayLumberCo.r
be held for the purpose of electing: one my hand and official seal to the Honorable James W. Perkins r <
member of the Board of Supervisors at Klxslmmee City this 18th day e'f Juiltce of the Circuit Court of the Sev-
A. D. ,'nth Judicial Circuit of the State of
who shall be a land owner of said\ district September 1918
: tP .ORDER TOUR COPY OP TUB HABT to serve for the term of three (Seal) I ) i. "'AnNERNotarv Florida fur the legalization. for the I I Wholesale and Retail Dealers laYELLOW
.' r . FLORIDA ANNUAL now to be sure years and to succeed Ames A. Barlow. Public State of Florida adoption, of Robert Mathew Rvanli a "
of said Board whose My commlHslon ixplrex In,, minor rhlld now realdtnir I In KlHatmmeeCI1 .
rtba ;you will Kt on. l'bO Annuil will now a member } ; I
Illustrated of office said day. and 40-4t 10th. 1917 \ l >ncesla KlorldaI'a .
.. bo a. comprehensive booklet term expires on Rop.m&.r 27th A. D 1915.It5tY'Olti PINE LUMBER
thin
100 or more page txlS Inches It will to transact such other business as may
j cover Na. t Clay St. Johns properly come before said mcetlnfr > Mct..A1JOHLTN.1'l.iRllA : .
. ? Putnam o'\.u\ .l lvak.SemlnoU.: Orange.: At such ilectlon ench; and every acre IN Cot'IIT OK ('
Tirevard.. Osecola. St. Lucie. Palm Beach of land In the district' shall r.-l're"p..ton. STATE OF tl.onilUA.. JOHNSTON & GAnnETT 41-4t and Laths
. X)ad. and Monroe counties It will tell .. share and each owner shall he en- OSLKOI.A! ('OU N.. .\.. Counsel for I'i'tltloneri Shingles S

the reaourocta of each county. Including. 111'.110 one vote In person or by proxy
d' kind of lands. transportation 'acuities.road In writing duly signed for every acre I. r*> Fmtni* of Krwln Iff. Ilrldp.re.ii
*. .nd' crops frrotrn It will also of land owned by said ow 111 r In said Notice la hereby given, to all whom 1NOTICBI KOR IIIDII! HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY: .
of alTorded.' namt-s of hotels district It may concern that on 10th day
toll .po %
plh
I und much valuable Information for The person receiving the highest of February, A.: n 1910. Sealed bids will be. received. by the
printer residents tourists homeseekersind number of votes At said election shallbe to the Honorable T Nf: Murphy ..Tud'ctpof Hoard of Commissioners! of Osceola All we ask Ujlet'iw fifwe OB your eitimtte I t
.
1; Florida farm and 'townspeople declared elected as said "'tlp'rvlllor.' said Court a. Judge of Probnto for County up to 10 A- M.. October 22nd.
final discluirire Administrator 191K on printing Illustrated. Bookletof Courteous Attention and Prompt
Bead :your order today with ti cents In Paled this 27th day of September my aa Delirery.Kissimmee..
.tamp or coin for each copy desired. l,IS. nf the estate of Erwin H. Bridges, d...* Onceola County.Spocilications S
doen apectal price on larger By order of the> Hoard of "Pupervlaors' ceaiied at the lame mar be had by applying -
$1.10 rcJolll
per i
tonal
Quantities. ; The Annual will b. Issued. (Seal) (Signed) FRANK L TmIH! present Court my to .1. L. Overstreet. Clerk KUslmmee Phone 21 Fla.
about November 1, J OI. Order r.celvd.now President a. Administrator of said estate. and ask Florida; bids will also. be mailed ,
iS W I'bO carefully fllled as soon Attest: I For their approval. I to Clerk.
J' vsfth? Aniuaf: Is' ready for the mails.At ..AN.1. N WHTTNSRSecretary: Dated August l.n1hIfA': Ji1. L. LEPLPIY ,
Chairman.j. .
: Jnorlda, Annual Company. AONRW ft CRAWFOnbAttorney : UGHT. Attest: UIi1k.JUu-ftctr1flrJ
A41r050 \ >* to Nby. 1 tar the Board. v41-St 15-1 m 6 mo .,.Administrator L. O-VERSTRKBT.: Clerk.' .n-at .
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'FRIDAY", OCTOBER" 'IS,,.1915.. THE. KISSIMMEE I .VALLET GAZETTE I, .,,' '- ft* *.

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T."O..>.,)iwhen' ;; :.-' -" -'::
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And .ready,market for,hi* corns until >frYaney; ,move:Tom; 4ow stoat'. *' "

.n is offers' : 'a marketable product:' Corn The bird.1ft a great favorit4 with. tW;;.

Agricultural News Notes must be"* 'shucked .before. It -gets very representatives who.Isit'Jac4c..;j

far;from the farm. 'The' fa '1Der'"*had [::Trap and Field; :1 fl flTILE ion,.,ate welt as !with' jb.;..local 'gun- I\i'\ ,: '

FURNISHED UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I lust as well do it himself and get club, members;.:who make pet of him, '

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I POLLEGE, OF AGRICULTURE I better, prices ,,fo.r: his, corn and pay .. 1 || -- ;n .. t

himself for shucking It.. :A.OUAHANTKKD MEDICINE, fr'
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y i... t O..tO ,
I Florida is reaching a point in 'corn Oseeola Pb rmmer' guarantees \, '
:rUOT' MAKES varloui authorities. The SHOTA wrinklei ''of its manufacture are details' \ '.
WATER BUR 1 nually by production where the local market POWDER BEHIND,THE Quick's.ChillTonic to cur chills fe...Ivers tSt
i .,
/ CLOVER GERMINATE'QUICKLY: smuts are introduced Into the crop cannot .take the supply.] As soon as 1 I that are jealously: guarded. In ''inl.lalA"and. grippe;' Flavored '.

from the seed. Th. best remedy for expor. Little Inside Dope on a Topic of fact, one authority states that some Children 'ask
farmers to 'with''aweet spices
begin ship or corn
had lrom''pla smut is formalin. Use 1 pound about j i of our foreign friends would pay mil
,Two advantages are to be they 'must compete: with corn from Interest to Shooter I for It after the first dose and never '

tb S' bur) clover seed in the bur. 1 pint, of 40 per cent formalin 40 the northern states .which Is graded I lions for just a little knowledge of the know-it Is medIcine 26.and 60 e.

',' 'file uncleaned seed have been found to 50 gallons of water. Spread the Cotton! Snowy balls of crystal matter of stability just .menU ned
according to its quality Dealers ..
more viable than the cleaned and the oats on a clean, floor_ or. tarpaulin. cannot ship grain in the husk., Manyof white waving in the southern sun! I I above. However, this one interesting' .

'method of harvesting the burs from Sprinkle the seed with the diluted so- Cotton I Bales of several hundred fact stands out-America leads and .
them will refuse to take if in that
the ground collects inoculating organ- lution until they will slightly pack condition and the farmer had just pounds piled around gin or shipping Uncle Sam's smokeless powder is in

isms. There is one disadvantage, when gently squeezed in the hand, art! as well 'get, into the habit of shuckingif dock. Cotton! Soft, downy and hornless ::i demand because of its international MR. INVESTOR'Buy

however, In sowing the seed in the apply about one gallon to the bushel. in almost every settee yet fur- ;l reputation for many qualities that '
he to while
expects grow corn. properties- now prices:
that Shovel the oats until they are' the basis of modern cannot be equalled abroad.
bur. The huffs are so tough The Extension Division of the Uni- nishing; our powerful arc at their lowest. I "
is for thoroughly wet or covered with the smokless explosives. I month. -V
conalderable time required ger- versity of Florida is urging that the I Lots $5 cash and (5 per

;' J nation. Ordinarily the uncleaned solution. It is well to have one man corn be shucked even though it is to Have you ever thought about those II A GOOSE THAT GOES GUNNING 5 and 10 acre: tract $10 cash and

.;' ,seed must be sown in August or early shovel yhile another applies the so- I tiny little jCl'ainq of smokeless powder -,i I $5 per month.A .
,; be fed at home. For most 'animalsthe Down in Jackson, Tenn., Mr. Arch 5-room plastered house, lot 50x ,
,September to insure a good stand. lution. and that jr **<> smoothly ulenlly into field of Jackson i w. ,
shucks have to be removed Yancy, captain the 150 ft., deep well. Small cash payment n
r By the following process describedby Cover the pile with a tarpaulin, the cheapest place to do that is in the modern shotgun load-that so Gun Club, has a bet goose that is almost balance like rent .
the sacks, or an old carpet, dipped in, or those little\ leaden pel I lot ) ft 7
district for
J:$;. S. Pace, agent the field at harvest time. Furthermore forcibly eject as much a part of the gun club A 6-room bungalow Ip0xl40 '
University of Florida Extension Division sprinkled with the solution. Leave lets.. have you ever considered their deep well. Price and terms right.
if it is to be fit to feed it must as are the traps and targets.. Tom is
be the pile covered about two hours so their ? Perhaps not-
in bur lineage
the seed the may origin-
be protected from the weevils in the just a plain every-day goose as. far
own about the time the fall grains that the formaldt iyde will have timeto but: '
crib. : iis ancestry |goes, but it is doubtful if
November act before it Spread the MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS, Owner.
I are seeded, in October or early escapes. All of our smokeless powders are there is in existence another one as
Wash the burs in cold waterto oats out to dry and then store in I 008 Pen field St., S. Kissimmee.
made sol-
; STATE OFFERS AGRI- ma<}je of cotton, from cotton well trained. Every hoot day finds Also City Properties, Farms and 1 4 ,
material. sacks or a bin. According to E. S. r
remove the inoculating ; CULTURE BY MAIL uble by nitration then dissolved in Tom at the gun club with his master, Timber Lands. for sale l and exchange. r't
Then dip the, seed in boiling water 1 Pace, district agent for the Universityof I ether and other'solvents.. The resulting and when Mr. Yancy goes up to shoot,, ,

minute. Place the seed in a sack ort Florida Extension Division, the when dried is manipulated
With a view to broadening its ser I heavy jelly Tom takes lira stand behind him, and ,
wire basket so that they can be removed sacks, bins or other receptacles in microscopic grains
be stored shouldbe vice the Univeaeity of Florida is of- to produce I I I a .. .. .. s +
which the seed to -
immediately. Do not use a are of uniform size and shape varying according 1

large quantity for each dipping be- thoroughly disinfected with some fering correspondence: courses in the to their' intended use. Thus i' OOtoooo o.o .o ..oooo..ooo.oo..to..oo..o. 11
of These A
College Agriculture. coursesare
cause the water will not penetrate to of the same solution before the oats briefly is the story told. But the pro- : 1 r''l
designed primarily for farmers, A.. BARCLAY
all the seeds in the short time they are put in. It is absolutely necessary cess is replete with wonders of mod- H. M. BREAKER J. { '
teachers, prospective farmers and immigrants .
are in the water, and besides a large that the oats be stored dry or they ern chemistry.Some I : :

bulk of seed will cool the water be- will sprout, and may become damagedin although any white person I of these powders also contain ,
may take them. There are 14 courses I
low the boiling point. other ways. It is necessary to dry which cover* the common branches of I stabilizers or explosive ingredientsthat FLORIDA. "Th L..oI.1 Er.c.r, When the seed have cooled, dip them also if they are to be broadcasted render them waterproof. All contain R./ly ".".1.01 Tkmm Any Olrtr .s,.,. in Ik. Uni* 4J
agriculture and which supply the .
them in cold water in which they by hand. stabilizers that prevent decompo-
most needed service.COMMANDMENTS. '
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were previously washed, to reinocu- The same treatment is recommended sition from age. Recent tests have

late them. The seed should be sown i for barley smut, oat anthracnose, I shown that some powders loaded in ''A

immediately so that they will not dry and rye anthracnose. Stinking smut shells twenty years ago have main- BREAKER & BARCLAY

and so that they will not be injuredby and anthracnose of wheat are also FOR CLEANLINESSThe tained their stability during all that 7 s

sprouting or fermentation. Sow eliminated by the same treatment. space of time. Real Estate and Insurance ; '

after a rain or in a moist seed bed. Commercial Club, of Pueblo, Just how powder is made-the '' t

soil will draw moisture from Colorado, has promulgated what it Kiftimmet Fla. }
Dry the PLANT HOME-GROWN OATS chemical processes that its ingredients ,
the seed and arrest rminal calls 10 commandments on cleanliness
g on. are subjected to-the exquisitecare
which makes about the best '
Oats, like corn and many other sermon and exactitude exercised in its Fmnt L.wJs
for cleaner and City Pr..rty ,
healthier cities
DO NOT WAIT TOO LON TO farm crops, require several generations written. ever making and the many little insideMore Or.... c.....

HARVEST PEANUT HAY to become adapted to the soil 7r.a&Ms Lo-I. 'i
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and climatic conditions of a given lo Cleanliness is the one chief .asset J. M. CQ.OPER C/.r. c.Ioto ....... Lo-I. : X,

Peanut vines should be cut for hay cality. For that reason it is best to of every city, and no city would go I'

before the leaves become spotted or select home grown seed for the oats wrong by strictly following the foU\ 0..0..0..0. ... .. I. ; JFr

drop. Cut with a mower and allowto crop. Oats which have been grown lownig commandments: .

sun a' little while. A. P. Spencer, for several generations in Florida 1-Thou shall locate, report and
abolish all : :;: :
nuisances
district agent for the University of have had a chance to adapt them- public t

Florida Extension Division, recom- selves to Florida conditions. 2-Thou shalt not spit on sidewalks

mends that the vines be put in small "! Some farmers have an impression : or in any public place or conveyance. a r '
3-Thou shalt i
piles about half a day, until they have I that the best seed can be had from remember that filth

become dry. Then repile in bunchesof :i northern districts. Seed procured breeds nerals. files and that flies make fu- SEE WHERE THE MONEY GOES l;t

about 200 pounds and let stand from regions far removed from Florida i

about three days or until they have II will have to go through the same 4-Thou shalt not sweep the sidewalks a

in the business section after Have you ever kept a record of i
cured enough for' hay. Spread the adjustments that the native seed have t

piles before storing the hay. already passed. These adjustmentstake half-past seven in the morning. your expenses '+
5-Thou shalt not throw tin cans It will surprise to see how even r
you
If the nuts are to be left on the time and are expensive, especially "e"f
nor rubbish in any back yard, vacantlot little sums soon grow to be a big sum. ,
vine, throw the dirt away from each if the farmer plants his whole ,
or alley.6Thou Now is the time for prudent econ t *
side of the rows with a turning plow. crop from foreign seed.It r
shalt provide a covered re- Fun For and additions to reserve _.' t
Lift the whole plant from the soil by must not be understood that new omy your

inserting a fork beneath the hill. varieties should not be tried. Thereis ceptacle for all manner of house and fund. 1 +

Shake the dirt off and throw in small always a possibility that one will stable refuse. TrapshootersEnjoy Your account is cordialy invited, '.,

piles. Curing probably will be delayed be found which will be better than 7-Thou shalt gather; and burn all 4% Intreest Paid on Savings Ac- )
sorts of combustible
somewhat by the dirt which ad- some of those grown now, but the rubbish. your favorite .port any. counts.SUPERIOR .
8-Thou shalt P
not haul
heres to the roots and nuts. farmer should not be misled by big refuse in where anytime with the ...

In either method the hay is usually yields produced by a new variety in leaky or overloaded' wagons. ."

placed under cover' from ten days to the North. The main crop should 9-Thou shalt wage a continue xfrTTnnjffcv HAND k.f }

two weeks, until it hag gone through consist: of native grown seed, and the warfare on weeds. dandelions:! and un- CBUHUilP TRAP S t
trimmed trees. '
sweat and then baled. It keeps well varieties be tried out L .
a new can on a .
10-Thou shalt whitewash Throw targets 40 to 75 yard. ,
in bales and once it is well cured no small scale. or paint Imitate. ducks quail etc. Pack
thy buildings and
trouble will be had from discoloration There is another reason in favorpf shalt keep thy in your suit-case for use in the

in the bale. Peanut hay makes native seed which is cited by G. K. premises Metropolis.constantly\ clean.Jacksonville country, at the ariore or in a boat. SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMENT]I I ,, "'

excellent feed for cattle and mules McQuarrie, state agent for the Uni- I $4.00 at dealer or prepaid. .

and compares favorably with alfalfa. vertisy of Florida Extension Division. Write for Hand Trap booklet. t I II

Animals should be brought to full The rusts and smuts which attack STRICTLY GERM-PROOF I DIRECTORS ;
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CO. I
feed on it gradually. Otherwise the northern oats are not native to Flor- DU PONT POWDER .

sudden change of diet is apt to throw ida. These diseases have already The Antiseptic Baby and the Prophy- E abllelo'" 1802 Wla..u.at-, D.LWomen : ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON ':- .

them off their feed. They should be been imported in some sections but fi lactic Pup F. W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. CUSTUSilllllllll

watched closely at all times to detect the farmers will use home grown seed Were playing in the garden when the ,

any signs of kdiney trouble which they will decrease the spread of the Bunny gamboled up; I l'. tt

may develop from excessive feedingof diseases by lessening the importationof They looked upon the Creature with a I MAILS MAGAZINE .

such rich nitrogenous feeds infected seed. loathing undisguised; ::::::',:: ':.:::::.' ;,: ::::::,: , CHI """ fJf w ,

It wasn't Disinfected and it wasn't, !tm I.I,1, a
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INSECTS ATTACK BEANS PLANT A SUCCESSION Sterilized. I 1 \

I OF STRAWBERRIESWho ... ''III' I I ' ekYYl.' ''''''. c. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN Secretary. vA -
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Two insects which are particularly They said it was a microbe and a hot- / 't

destructive to beans are the bean ever had all the big luscious bed of Disease! ; The Waters & Carson :' ark

jassid and the leaf roller. The jassid strawberries he could eat? In many They steamed it in a vapor of a thou- {

attacks the leaves and particularly the sections the season goes too soon anda !sand-odd! degrees; .

stems. It is a light green insect year, or several months at least, is They froze it in a freezer that was j

, about one-eighth of an inche long. It too long to wait. The home supplycan cold as Banished Hope Tell Why They Company

sucks the juice from the beans and be materially drawn out by plant- And washed it in permanganate with Love This MagazinePtom Grocery Fir Firn

carbolated Ptom Fa.hion to Fiction, it !I. !Supt.tiK I I
thus causes them to yellow and die. ing several varieties. The Universityof soap. .
H.olSewYoik +
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Since it is a sucker it must be sprayed Florida Experiment Station calls -Arthur Guiterman in Literary rtf all Mir maBa.'ln.. I 10... rt.r taken. ofTtm E t
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< AM.H .Iwo." wrilra M V Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ;
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with contact insecticides. J. R. attention to the fact that a plantingeach Digest.DISAGREEABLE ."il. ud..h'ul, 1 hnu.rliI,1 I {
\t of I .III. JY'Y' !krl1hl; ,;' ."!,-'., iii 1 F
Watson, entomologist to the Univer- ] of Missionary, Excelsior, and : mi: I u wl.rrr+r.l con.,'. ..rtil-nl u:;; ::'liaiidla "Tliw ii <
CALOMEL IS I ,> I rM."..1 ,.. far man mart !!! I J GROCERIES : }
n if.t y "
sity of Florida Experiment Station Klondike will give berries over a ;. .ion, YIELDING Irtl
TO PLEASANT ,. "I r.nnol
of T>
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offers the following: Add to 50 gallons I longer season than any one of the ; ,. 'in. II thai' II m..... ,lo m. ..,,,.. (*""I11'
LIV-VER-LAX. j ., ,'rllM-r,' '1 bare takrti MH A1J. HMA '
I I 1 MI til 1 MiU f i ,
of water T or 8 pounds of fish three varieties. -.A/.INK: allii. I ..a, mar".' an.l. min p w.
..,ilir. t..k ll our, Iran Irtlar..w l t ili* now I
oil, or laundry, soap. To this add two- These varieties ripen in the order 1 tv. 'to 1 1nr ewr, newt Kvr-ry: new. ; dlah.1 -- (
Physicians generally that the ; I.or Iwlu' I Inca my u. *!. .1I
fifths of a pint of "black leaf 40." given. The Klondike is the preferred nauseating agree .' .t pp.pus" u.I.' lian (ottrii i-outil.1'. mlrile without>IriA ..It". K; I 444404444440444 ,. ,. .o- . . . . . ,; -
'1 unpleasant effects of cal- nit t t tte right I :
Spray the beans thoroughly. The insects commercial variety, while the Missionary A Ran ...J F.N.a As/h.iry ff 45 Ton .0- ,. .
: omel are due to the violent ( ..:.. 00 1 .
undesirably '
Mr. SAwas.Tbr Ant qtr bra'sI 0 WE BUY 0 {
runs t .0000- :
are apt to scoot behind the a close second. It is ... mil .tll!! ..mippwt,1 .1 WE SELL: '
Tilth r
action it has the I.' '111 my '
For 0
on se
stems upon one's approach and the i advisable to plant each year or every system. a } Into If I Ilk. Mrt'AI.I. Ion Wit IIMr ..mlI | > 0 d,.,I

cause of the trouble may not be apparent other year. Use young plants which long been tried time, but various it was substitutes only recently have J J vw"1'r, ran.I",,..n.lu.kluR I'rrn-. ,>l I.tlrfwmiklnc,I.lea.un..nA J of: t'unnntlrntPorn an II.: ;r alnpk I, was anA 'In;:; *O HAY 000 4 4 HIDES .0 ... I

to those who are not closely : have been produced from runners -Inn tow |! iili rna 1 :ban I Irarneil,la ilrt-M. myfamily 0 4 0o
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that the really wonderful remedy ; mull) anil 'nPU thl.mlir Ina wmkwt )' '
observant.The I during the summer. The planting is M .., fvlilutkv. 0 FURS 0 :.
LIV-VER-LAX f r )oti r..IV >.. hut, two .ltu. jouorlt.x mafa j F.l ; 000 ,. ...
leaf roller makes a home by done from September till November, was prepared success- r 'I." r' >ll'.. K of Simakrr ,rhn.k.; t > FERTILIZERS '
4 ntrI: :i' .. aii. olltrrar WOOL 0e
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ail.I netor 4 0 ,
rolling the edge of a leaf. lie sallies although some growers plant earlier. 'i fully by L. K. Grigsby. i' ..<'.''''... ..... M.-. < .tt.l.K.. ."'I. I. uThr.T1'' tun" F 1.1 I 4 0 '+a,
.10In IIK prrfiK-t .atlafartl.inrltr. SHINGLES .
troll \ K 0 ..
LIY air
VR-LAX has
; all the r .
The time will the sectionof good, 'f Iti.liana man '
and depend
forth from his place feeds on upon 1 )lr..... n. Worklifl.artniint nQ 0 h O AND 0 1 1e
and of the had ]U IN! .In LS .k tin fa.lilona' Tour nary g '
the state. wil in' none effects of calomel.It a few dollar* 0 0 rt
of lia
the leaves the beans. Spray witha perries grow "' .> :ant.; OrtionWork 6 > ORANGE BOXES
mixture of lead arsenate, 12 ounces practically all sections of Florida. is a necessity in every home, always 1? f.Sl r,m-M..l.iirli,' T..I/ s..rl"-'. ZS C..e R i + 0 0 ALL 0 0'1+ ;w'

of powder or one and one-half poundsof The best soil is the flatwoods. Any being ready to cleanse tne slug- i AAW. THE McCALL COMPANY Ii 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 000 0 0 O COUNTRY 2
Bid.. Nw York City. N Y 00
.paste,.to 50 gallons of water. If good soil, however, with a clay subsoil gish liver and bile clogged system, '05 McC.II 4 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0

both insects are present the arsenic: near the surface is good. Straw- with no unpleasant after-effects. 'w FREE 4 0 PRODUCE 0 tt"Fq"h,\ : l'
of .
T W.... WM t .1 1 "a. Cnpr
can: be added to the cantact: spray and berries like plenty of moisture, but require -, LIV-VER.LAX In guaranteed to MrTAl.l.Itef.renn* P.MAOAZI...... I'a.al. ..n..tr5l.-&..on* .afoot."UuM 'I' CRATE NAILS 4 .. .. It. ,1" t'r'

spraying will do for both. In that free drainage. If planted on give satisfaction, or your money will T. Fa.., a.a..ert.nl!'anf.r;': "Fanry- 0 0 r 1-0
one lluok" wllh n.w "' Icaaona In I.oeooooo6oooeoeoo 0000000 0 > . t
case use 8 ounces of the powder and light sandy soil, irrigation may be be immediately refunded. Insist on the CmbrolYrr 8t1t._ FREE for 2cut Mamp.to .
ntrm any
1 pound of the paste. necessary. original bearing the likeness of L. K. 1'burebl Ta Chas pt.n.A.k WAfl"" Indor.d by Of._( hurd'Vsndlal.lty .......-. We sell; field 1 and garden seeds of all kinds. J r

Grigsby.. For sale In 60c and f 1 bottles ...1L A..te' An. t\\". "dco1tb1S.I..r.t: s.1iR Art .far Wi give special attention to fitting; out hunting and camping parties.

:;.{; FREE SEED OATS FROM SMUT FLORIDA FARMER MUSTSTANDARDIZE '' at Oseeola Pharmacy. _h 'I_ t.R 0105I .aln_OrrS1LT.aaneJeto ......-to Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. ,l,.

I 'i ( ___ CORN St at'" MM OIYm AWAY. Wrt.MaCALUe .. (.S We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pricM: "
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'Nf.';' The damage to oats from smut is Black or colored piping is used on on fertilizers.: L .. .. f; S titrl

"y'f" \: placed between 10 and 20 per cent an- farmer cannot hope to: dresses of whit handkerchief linen. rrri. .

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GOODS this line and are now equipped to fill your wants 1 l'



;; "' at a great saving. Here are a few of our prices:

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.. 65cSerges all 3Sc Corded 35c Poplin lOc Outings F
SOcSergesall 43c 49c' 29c 22c Be

r. colors, a yard colors, a yard Silk, a yard a yard, only a yard, only ; .

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;', All 35c and 25c ribbon all the new Fall. :FOR HOU': : :E CLEANING:: : : : t

22C
: 35c Window Curtain Scrim, in all
25c 1 Oc
shades, just arrived, a yard, only Shades, op1y colors, a yard only ,



Those Wool Serge Skirts which we advertised last week failed to arrive in time for Saturday! but they are here now and although we have sold!I a number, 4


there is still a good selection. They are going at $1.48, $1.89, $1.98, $2.98.


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DOLLAR LIMIT STORE '
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Home of 5, 10 and 25 cent Goods "Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars"


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Mrs A. C. Freeman, IlrI l > and ;Mrs A.
i when Once established In the soil re- During the fiscal' year of 1915, FOR SALE-Just one 20 acre tract s
J, Simmons A. Carter II. (;. ;Murphy.
STATE SENATOR WILL X
JACKSONVILLE OFFERS I main ready to cause trouble for long 3.454.628 doses of blackleg vaccine unimproved land near Klaalnimoe.
Baldwin, II C;. Joins .1.I (' l Davis -
I Cyril < periods, sometimes several years. until were distributed to stock raiders and \\'111 sacrifice for cash' or payments t .'
Ed John 1'1 Bale. .J. WBuiock
5 TO ADVERTISE STATEThe I 1'Ott. GETONLYSHORTTERMOsci.ila they gain entrum ce to (the animal farmers( in \this country' This amountis to respoitlble buyer. R.
] Edwin, Lock, J d; Himmell
body, whereupon they grow and produce approxlmatdly 46 per cent more P. Barnes, Darby Pa. 40-4t-pd
E. R. Jones ;Mr and Mis; W'. 1 Polk\ I !
I the illKfasi' When this fact' Isunderstood than that distributed during the fiscal -
E. F. Scott, Mrs KMc-llc- Lewis, Marshall ; O 'an'd Seminole
of Com ,
Jacksonville Chamber 'he Iwr"I"I"III'( e of the i year 1914hlle the percentageof FOR RENT-Six room modern cot-
merce is sending out letters to the I Dancv I Hiirxov A. ltrigg." (c. II. tmintu-s. ,t which compose a state senadistrict )I clNiasc in a locality 'is reaclll comprehended : increase of Hi's year's output over tage, close in; $12 per month. E. .
Slifer, W. L Carlton, (George; Miut.ik tonal.. . will l hE' among those E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur
press and commercial organizations ,I Itlac'klt-g is a pasture dise tall of 1914 is nearly half as ,great.: ,
104 Possiel Ave. The Inn .
f ance. ( ) 5
aker, Mrs. Rupeit Smith :MiS W uuiitKs which come under the pro- II ,
t of the state asking them to
co-operate s.'. ihi' Inff.tUi" agent;" beiiiK found it does not necessarily follow that
S ( ,,011'1, : Ir, IMOM of. tin' 1 ic> apportionment act
Hail Mr. and Mis 1 feed t
.
with it in providmif advertising mat-I I in the' soil? and, the HI mis arc takenin I blackleg' In the United Statue Is WILL TRADE close-in lot for horse
'and Mrs 11. R. Moil '. II. I' HuitonC "evolution,, passed' lithe1 last session
\ and mobile and
aute
tn ter for every county in.i its Infoima- will) the food and water or greatly on the Increase' The difference wagon or giveor
tion Bureau. ;' C DUMS, (c. i I': :McRae, (; s ( ,aid ".1 tin 11''i:1latlln'| which will give thet : take difference. Box 247 City.
i 1 IhiotiKli: slight wounds in I the hkin. Is due In a large measure to thefact
( all of Aicmli.i I I. HumsJ . .'\t I MMi.itoi rlerted J only one sesionit 35-tf
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\iniirus"
The letter reads follows IK r ;
: '
as I r sin Ii a- !hrl..1 pf ks or barbed wires. that stockmen In blackleg' (tlrl.th ,,-
To Commercial Organizations and the Wulki-i Pope, II. ;Mill'i and R. tt I ..f 1 Ihr 1 1 Irgi i-1 laltnc as his h'lm.t .. I
M It In < FOR SALE-Four-room closein
I s.'a ( who I heretofore> did not vaccinate cottage,
( ofrs.lill, of \ 'lIltl'l i HIIMII .\ .I I ll Press of Florida lot ""ttractiNe
;, I : at
: large ,
I 11 In, 11'1'11'. "la"II:i i I ,'sir, Il.rlf i j hnnilii \" their animals begin: now to rerogni2e very a
r Some months we wrote you advising worthy, of Liikc'l.md\ I. I I t Ilu'' piupciscd :al11""I11I1'IIt, is I approM'd' barguin Small cash payment down
ago I I tl.'sln the pra'UeahilItI of \ acrlnaICJIl -
\\1'11111"' .h. Icin< ot tin :
an'' I I"\ the \"t'I-, Joint icsolution. No. or would take good, lot as part payment
j that establishing
o we were palls .if the body. """al' the 'quar balance Ilk rent. Owner, Box
: II amendment to Sect'"ry
all
: (imposing'
7 "Information Bureau" about Florida EVANS RETURNS FROM ; :15:4:< and :M I ..f Aitiile, VII of they 1"1". I....MI.' lit.ui in' ijuattir 111" 247 City. 35-tf ,#.
in the Chamber of Commerce rooms
The .uiinial, ,,, ] burnII l) .'''' hour and, IHKS -
We wish to invite to furnish -t.ito .institution. M'latmc; to census Whenever You Need a General Tonic FOR SALE =Lot of Hcco.id-haneTfui-
again you THE CITRUS SEMINAR I , IlI'hollll' I the !li-Id 1 In .'xpi'rinIenlall3" beds, dre-s
of literature to this' and i.inpottionim, ,, provides Take drove's inture springs, * some your _ __ I among. other things I that "The term of Inot, 1I1.'I'd| animals. t 1I..y. fr.'nviinll The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chairs, stoves, etc. See J. E. Rush,
We have special] re-
i. department. a
DKCI.AKKS: SIT.AHKRSMCKK of IK'"c of senators elected in 1'Uo! )() shall eon nine! lo eat I as lung: as tiny ran chill Tonic is equally valuable as a city-. Uu-tf
ceptacle for each county in the state ) 1
General Tonic because it contains the
slan.l Phi su..III11/-|| al first t hard. .
r and a number of the organizations in I KMPHAIIC IN: Sl'MI.MKMsI ; :: epee on the lust Monday, in April : well known tonic properties QUININE FOR SAIE-'Iwo boats; one ;rWxlO,
several counties have contributed i 'II AT lTfHl'h" : EH Ml.SI: :1 I:III"!i Since the district ejects; next hot and painful I 111"1'i| l>i.onn cold and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive IK H. P T. & M. engine; one 10!

3 I BE KKAUICA1KI OH I ISSL|: : : \'al. tins ptcnision will apply. I ior and, liiscnsith i while the skill !111'dls'olor..1 '- out Malaria., Enriches the Blood and foot long, 4 II. P engine, will sell
most liberally] thereto. I conn" s and Ii-Htli.r, Gasu.cunriilaies Builds up the \V iole System. 50 cents. cheap; also one pair large mules., : "
1 It not be generally understood WILL ImADITE: TIlE ClTHt.S I I I 4 rx' I 11. W. Thurman 22-tf i
may ... 004NNfi4
I + : :{ .trJOd } 04e nnd'ath' the skin so .
I GROWING; INUl'STR1'; l
but thousands of visitors call <
by ,
you that when pressed, wllh. tin, fingers/ a MULES FOR SALE-Four mules in "
-- -
on'our organization each winter askIng v HEAL ESTATE lit VNSI BUS < I '
B. E. Evans, county d<'m
us for some data concerning interested Flor- agent for Osceola county has it-turn- Slid"Y+ti6rr}{h+*++ Mrv00P001'he ill.it produced. liy phii' .-IHK a |piece, of Want Ads. I ga palmetto plough Adds Hich'al' '.
+ ida and generally they are i
Y ed from Gainesville, where he attended 'pap..r under, the oat, and rubbing' McDpnnell, Lake\ Helen, Fla] lp'
in a particular section. We are un- following] lords have been filed
the Citrus Seminar. lie states that with |the hand. Tinanimal flnaly **
dertaking to distribute this data free in the office of J. L (\erstreet, county FOR RENT-One 1 -room house, V
the fight against citrus canker was I goes 'down, an ,dlies struggling upon i
s '" of any cost to you as we are interested the principal topic of discussion at I clerk, during the past week : (the /ground, catching Its breath In SALE-Small\ iron safe at the close in; $20 per month; one 'i-rooin'; f' ,
in the development of Florida. J. W. Miller to Wafers & Carson Co. gazette office. tf house on Mabbette street, *!G per
the meeting which was attended by I gasps and expelling It with groaning, I
"" We also endeavor to keep an up-to- Adalene F Johnston to Eugene C month. See J. McPhatter, the real i
more than 400 citrus growers of the grunting sounds. The head Is frequently FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; 421 -
$ date file of the newspapers of Florida Bryan.C. I estate man. 42-3t'
i state. thrown to the side. Mabbette strete. 42-2tpd s
; .r which are eagerly sough by tourists J. Hunkey to Andrew Quallins. I
By February, Mr. Evans states, After death the animal is found I SALE-Fuil-blooded Berkshire
l' and prospective settler If we are J. D. Woodbeck E. L. Lesley. y'
Florida will have spent $125,000 in lying in distorted positions, and is FOR RENT-Furnished flats. Applyat boar pigs, ten weeks old; $5 to $8 r ?
r not being: furnished with your paper, Ralph] T. Cook to A. F. Bass. the Gazette office. tf
the the disease. The usually bloated as tightly as the skin '
fight against each. C. H. Funk, Kissimmee. 43-3 tt
we will appreciate it if you will kindly Thomas DaYReato Daisy M. i (
fight bas already begun to show its will ho'd, which causes the legs to DWELLINGS for rent -pply to M.
3' have our name placed on your mailIng Baynes. I =
; ; effects stick out In characteristic DRESSMAKING I have moved my
but the speakers at the semi horizontally a Tiller.
flit.We Seminole Land & Investment Co. toW I
nar urged that the growers stand to- attItude. Bloody fruit oozes' dressmaking; parlor to 1012 Mab-

would appreciate some re- gether in a demand upon the national M ShoitSouthein from the natural openings. Is forcedtin I FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway. bette St. Mrs. Brady, Phone 133. y
Colonization Co. to J. K. .
to this letter indicating
sponse your
government for an appropriation of drops from the sknl and collectsIn 29 ft. ,o. a.; converted cabin cat; 432tpdWORK
willingness to co-operate with us in :\lartin $2,000,00(7( the amount which expertssay large blisters under the outer layers completeily equipped for crnising
i.tf the up-building of this state. We believe Adam ;McCill; \ to William N. Ken- WANTED-Position as proofreader sl
will he to thoroughly Will sell at very reasonable price.
that Floridians should be for necessary nE'Y. reporter or assistant editor 1
eradicate the disease, See or write W. W. Saunders, 310
Florida. E. 1. I LI.y to Arthur t I":. Donejran) On cutting Into the swollen parts Am a former all-round newspaper ?

Yours very truly Prof. Swingle, of the Federal Bureau 1 Louise Hoppe ct al to Earnest lloppe a sweetlHh, foul-RIII.lltng gas rushes I _Mabbette St., Kissimmee. -!tf I II printer. I am 50 years of age, but '

tfA CHAS H. MANN of Plant Industry, came down out. and a bloody frothy fluid runs STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 active and energetic W. H Mc- r

s; President. from Washington to attend the meeting Gus; Hoppe et al to Earnest HoppeOsceola I from the( opening/: ROIII'IIIII..R.a'c0111- I for 1,000.Cabbage plants at S1.60 Feeley, 110 Perry Street' East Savannah -

and made the statement that un- Journal ('0. to E L. lxsley pan 1.,1 by the b'ack. mushy, disintegrated Peach, plum, pear and cherry tree Ga 43-3tpd 1M 1
less citrus canker is eradicated, the muscle which Is forcibly at 10 to 15l cents each. John Light-
disease will eradicate the industry foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tfNl FOR SALE-C.ood fresh milch
citrus
blown out by the prE''Rur.of I cow
gas
ARCADIA GOOD ROADS M. Tiller et al to E. L. Lesley] : i
Ivft'" of the state. lie favored government -, T M. Rivers to E. L. Lesluy.E The loose tissue. underneath the skinIs ,, "HSKKY TKEES-Valencies. Parson and calf. See S. T. Fansler, R. F. '

aid in the fight.It L. Lesley to J.' H. Walker. I filled with bloody Quid and bubblesof I Browns and Tangerines!; Rough I D. No 1. 49-tf .S
VISIT CITY
*a BOOSTERS is proposed to make an effort to Mabel P. Gilbert to George; ]0'. 1'11.1'1 gas, which appear ,as a quak'ng I Vemon. Sour and Grapefruit stock .

secure sufficient funds, so that those ker. gelatlne-IIke mass The divisions from Haose-nger Hammock Nursery -

-i TWELVE AUTOMOBILES BEAR growers whose groves are destroyedto Samuel Milburn to Forrest J. Raymond between the muscles contain the for sale cheap by Henry W

1' ING BETWEEN FIFTY AND SIXTY prevent the spread of the disease same fluid and have a green metallic I Sm'th Wauchula Fla., Route 2 Joe E. Johnston

e.if* }* PERSONS STOP HERE ON may be recompensed just as the own Seminole Land& Inestment Co., to color, while the muscles are soft and v 40-3mo .

( SWING AROUND THROUGH ers of stock were paid for the stock Christian Benedix. black.

CENTRAL FLORIDA LUNCH destroyed in the fight on the foot and John S. Cadel, special master, to This condition is not general MISSIONARY Strawberry plants for Pe

i AT GRAYSTONE. mouth disease. Mary N. Bass throughout the body but Is confinedto Sale-Plants are fine true to name CITY ENGINEER

4 r a- certain affected portions The or- and well rooted, $2 per 1000. Sar-

( Twelve automobiles carying between OOO OOOOOOOO/ gans seldom show extensive changes asota Strawberry Growers' Association '

;: fifty and sixty persons, swooped O THURMAN CITY 4 s BIA"KLJ.O; ()j.' CATTLK.Dangerous 4O Treatment Is Ineffective after the ., Sarasota, Fla. 41-2t Surveying andDrafting
j rt
r down upon Kissimmee Wednesday 0 O OO disease Is once fully developed, and FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and
a t shortly after noon. Each automobile 00000000000000000000000000Mr. {death almost Invariably results. S Dome
IMneane Peculiar to wagon one 2 cy. Buick In good ,, \ T
titiv{ carried a banner upon which it was Drawdy and son, of Whittier, O Cattle I Uorms Live In the OO have advocated cutting Into the condition, good tires; must sell or

? blazoned forth to the world that they: were callers on Stephen Acree 'and Non of Pastures.". O. swellings, rowellng, and dragging the trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O.

were "Arcadia Good Roads Boosters." family Monday.Mr. 000 O animals about. Such measures can Box 221 Kissimmee. 7tf rt I

7 The party was met south of Kissim and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba were Oo-.o OOOoOHi
,4' mee by a committee from the board the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lanier :, also known as black puar- fluids which are liberated contain the

of trade composed of President H. C. recently.Mr. ter or quarter, 111 Is a disease of germs of the disease and as a result CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP !

Stanford, Secretary J. W. Prentis, and Mrs. Henry Overstreetwere young; cattle caracterlzed by blood more Infection is dlatrbuted over the

Senator A. E. Donegan, and Congress- at Thurman City Sunday. swelling under the skin of the fleshy sol.

I- 'man W. J. Sears. The' entire party Mr. and Mrs. James Bronson have parts of the body. It Is not a con- Prevention consists In vacclnaton MAKES YOU SICK AND

L Went to the Graygtone, where luncheon ,, moved to Kissimmee. tagious disease; that Is, animals do of the susce ptfble animals and proper SALIVATESI

t i. wa served and short speeches Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Sensiba and not contract 't by contact with affected disposal of dead carcasses. Vaccine I

.r" -mad by several of the party. Mrs. Sullivan spent Sunday afternoon animals. It Is an Infectious disease Is also manufactured and dis-

44 P n TThe!?. touring party left Arcadia with Mr. and Mrs. Weaver. ... ; that Is, animals get it from soil tributed free of charge by the Bureau "Orison's Unr Too," Is Harmless To Here's. my guarantee-Oo to any drugstore
and get a 60 cent' bottle of Dod-
+p ,'*',,(Wednesday morning andthe complete I Mr. Stevens hap the lumber on the or pastures in which the spores or of Animal Industry of the United Cleio Your Slngglsk! Liver on's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and b'r

..: itinerary is as follows: ground for his new bungalow. seeds of the disease exist The dIsease States Department of Agriculture if it doesn't straighten you right up +

t4 !'I'.' .Bartow, Winter Haven, Florence I Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lanier and chil- 'is confined almost entirely to I Vaccine and directions for Its use lid Bowils.TTglil and make you eel fine and vigorous I '?

Alta.. Haines City, Loughman, Kis- dren spent Thursday with his father, young (cattle and other epecles of are sent direct to stockmen and to Calomel) makes you alclc. It' p want>4 your you money.to go back Iodon't to the Liver store Tone and f! 4

F' _almmee, Orlando, Lockhart, Apopka, : Ike Lanier. animals are very rarely affected It I the proper state offlc'ala upon application !- horrible.1 Take a doe of the dangerous M tU-K troy inn the Bale of calomel because

.it 1 bileDora, Eustis, Leesburk, Floral Mr. and Mrs. John Bronson were Is seen most frequently In animals I by letter to the chief of the drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose it i la real liver medicine t entirely vege- w j
'!i, CitjrBrooksville Ariepka Port Richly i: of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. 1 a day' work. table, therefore it can not lalivate or as
; w*. ; Sunday guests ranging In age from 6 months to 2tt bureau. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver stake you sick. I II

., fr'OV. ; ,'"Sutherland, Clearwater, Tampa Acree. '.' -r years and well-bred, wellconditioned ) Black'eg teryls to occur in seasons, which causes necroai* of the bones. guarantee that one spoonful of Dod- w

...,'. t'' / 'and'return to Arcadia. Mr. Bratton put down a well for animals seem more susceptible usually spring and fall, and vaccinations Calomel, when it eome Into contact 110..'* Liver Tone will put your sluggish 6
: :Those In; the party registering at W. C. Sensiba last week. Mr, S. is than scrub stock. should be performed at least with sour bile erashe into it, breakingit liver to work and clean your bowels of a

'f'j "th. hotel, were .a*. follows: now the proudest man on MichiganAve. Blackleg Is.caused by a bacillus, one month before the usual time for nausea up. Thhi and cramping.I Ie when you If feel you that are awful stuggiah l- which that sour is bile and constipated waste.
clogging and: making
'M .+ and' Mr*. S. 3. Carlton, S. W. He also completed a well for called the the your system
;" z: popularly "blackleg bacil- outbreak. The beet results have and "all knocked out, 11' your yon feel miserable. I goaraatee thata
.') d Bail-W H r'Crlton; :;: Rupert Smith, Abbott and Dickerson this week. lus." This organism produces spores .followed semi-annual vaccination beginning liver is torpid and bowel constipated bottle of Do .' o.'. Liver Too ,wllf

,l'i' f' f Wl.*._Inea'carltone. Miss Lurene Carl-,; Mrs. Ruby Lanier. and children which carry the disease much as the at six month. and continuing or-yoa bar headache boa dizain. *, coated keep your ..u.. Nasally feeling dos foe Oral

.' .. :-5 '"ton, .Mr.:and:Mrs.eD., L. Smith, Mrs. spent Sunday' with, ,Mr. and' Mrs. Ike pores or seeding, element l of ferns until the animal Is t 19 J'eanof ins tonga?try if a brag pooaful i Ia off or T en>odoo'eour, month Ilarml1... Give It't to grip your P4 cWldrm.tM7. lilts It Ita u.f; -... ; ,

>", ''' ''W''S" cnneHA.;.;: : .r'lpo&fer. Mr. and Lanier. aC' spread ferns. The blackleg spore age. Wver Tone tonight oof atea, plat t# r ts
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