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 22, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00721
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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F:; Packing House Osceola High School's football Head Of Marketing Bureau Trainload Of 23 Cars Will A Board. of Trade.Approves"Report :;;;:-, f r

Put In Order eleven and game another tomorrow with a lost record(Saturday will of one play)game afternoonat its third won Expected Tomorrow Go Today Or Tomorrow Band TonightThe Concert of Made Prominent By.Special Citizens Body', \

the local baseball park with the Asking That Steps Be "

OSCEOLA CROP TO BE UP TO Bartow High School team as their op ORGANIZATION WHICH PROPOSES SEVENTEEN CARLOADS SENT Klssimmee Concert Band Taken As Soon 'a* ft 'V


SHOW A BIG YIELD-SHIP Coach Harris has been driving the LIKE CITRUS EXCHANGE TEXAS LAST WEEK AND MORE der the following program at Can Be Legally \1 I ,,I '

MENTS WILL LIKELY START local team at a lively pace this week HANDLES CITRUS EXPECTED TO LEAVE THIS the band stand on Broadway to- Done

e ABOUT SECOND WEEK IN NO and special attention has been given FRUITS, SEEKS TO GET MEM- WEEK-THREE TRAIN LOADS night, beginning at 7 o'clock .. "

VEMBER-OUTLOOK OVER THE to kicking goal, as this departmenthas BERS IN OSCEOLA COUNTY.It HE HAS BOUGHT HERE. sharp.t VFhe change (in the hour "

STATE. i been weak, being responsible for was made so that the concert) 75 FOOT"BOULEVARD '. "
the defeat at Sanford last Friday, the is expected that J. P. Hewitt, What will be the third full trainload would not interfere with the ;; '.

Everything is being put In readiness Seminole county lads winning the general manager of the Florida Marketing ef cattle shipped from Kissimmee to moonlight excursion on the
at the packing house of the Kis- game by the bare margin of 13 to 12. and Distributing Bureau, will the ranches of J. T. McElroy at Odessa lake. :

'' simmee Citrus Growers, Association, In the game at Sanford last Fridaythe address the meeting of the Osceola Texas, will leave today or tomor- ,

formerly the Waters A Carson plant, Osceola boys worked like a whirl- County Fruit and Truck Growers Association row and will consist of 22 or 23 carloads March, "Supremacy"H. Committee D.edares that LakeFront rd
for the opening of the shipping sea- wind and despite the fact that the at the city council hall to- of stock off the Osceola county J. Crosby

eon. According to the present condition Sanford boys averaged seven pounds morrow morning at 9:30 o'clock. Mr. prairies. These cattle are being fur- One Step "Ragtime Regiment as it ,Stands Is art EyeSore

J i of the fruit, now rapidly ripen more than the locals, they scored two Hewitt, who has headquarters in nished by Lesley & Bass, Run Bass, Band" Melville Morris But that Butkheaded

ing, it will be about the second week touchdowns in the first ten minuses of Jacksonville, if he comes, will try to Southport Cattle company and Carson Chilian Dance "Manana" It Would Be the Prkle'of all I
In November before any fruit will be play. Sanford won the toss and choseto induce the Osceola county vegetable Cattle company Jean M. Missed .

' packed. Although it can not be, authoritatively receive the kick. Beuter kicked off growers to Join the bureau and ship Seventeen carloads went out from Vocal, "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Citizens-Property Owners
stated from talks to the Sanford 80 yard line, where the I Kissimmee last Saturday for the same Farm" Albert Gum"'l.Mr. Under '
among Must Pay for Work 'k.
the growers and a look at two or Sanford player was downed in his.tracks. ;-reau organized destination, but only five were loaded ( Regero) ""

three of the big groves of this section, Kisslmmee held for downs ida's vegetable crop as the Florida here. These were furnished by Rull Waltzes, "Bower of Beauty" Recent Ad of Legislature.

it appears that the crop in Osceola and by a serieq of line plunges and I Citrus E.chance'dealll with the citrus Bass and Cab Platt. The other twelve Ellis Brooks -

ounty will be about an average one. Continued on') crop. It is a co-operative organization carloads came through from Sebring. Rag, "Operatic, Rag" Urging 'that the city council take 4 .
Some of the: groves, however, show and aims to find new markets Julius LembergBy action looking to the bulkheadlng of r.

as large a crop, if not larger than last CONGRESSMEN TO PAY and better prices for Florida vege SHFJRTCOURSETO'BE'GIVEN Request, "All" Aboard for the Lake Tohopekaliga as soon as such

year, which was the banner produc- tables. Boat Ride. steps cad be legally taken, a special I

tion year in Florida. The following letter was received committee of the board of trade made 11

Florida's crop of oranges grapefruit CITY A VISIT NOV. 9 this week by the Valley Gazette from CANNING CLUBPLANS its report at a meeting of the organi

and tangerines for the season of Mr. Hewitt explaining the workings ration held last Friday evening. The

1915-16 will be of extra fine quality, ACCEPTANCES RECEIVED FROM of the organization: ALL COMPLETE FOR METHODIST CHURCHDr. report of the. committee was unanimously >l,

according to present indications. The SPARKMAN AND CRISP AND For your information we beg to EVENT HERE NOVEMBER 1C, 17 approved by the board. i' 4
will be last AND 18 PRIZES OFFERED FOR W. L. Moore, of Dade City, will The members of the committee
yield not as large as year, ARMY ENGINEER LA DUE -= advise that the annual meeting of the -
ft being 'estimated that approximately OTHERS CAN NOT MAKE TRIP stockholders of the Florida Marketing GIRLS FOR EXHIBITS OF THEIR preach at the Methodist church. Sun- making the report were C. A. Carson'

8,000,000 boxes will be produced. The DOWN RIVER TO NOTE ITS Distributing Bureau was held in WORK DURING PAST YEAR. day morning and evening. Dr. Moore E. L. Lesley, John M. Lee, C. W. Griffin

orange crop is estimated to yield from NEEDS. Jacksonville, Fla., Monday the 11th, i is one of the leading preachers, of the H. M. Breaker and Clay Johnson. .:'

80 to 60 per cent of normal and the and the following officers were elected The "short course" for canning club I Methodist conference and it is hoped The report is as follows: ,
that a large congregation will hear #
grapefruit crop from 40 to 60 percent Congressman S. M. Sparkman, of : Mr. S. L. Light, of Reddick, Fla., members of the-county will be held in I Kissimmee, Fla., 101216. '
him both morning and evening.The I
I The entire citrus crop will be a Florida, and Charles R. Crisp, of president; Mr. W. A. MacHerrin Kissimmee November 18, 17 and 18. I Rev. S. W. Lawler has returned Hon. H: C. Stanford, Pres., Board of r
little later than usual this season. Georgia, together with Major LaDue, president of the First Germania State The program, will consist of talks by Trade, Kissimmee, Fla.
home and while is yet unable to
Figures giving total output of the U. S. Army engineer, of Jacksonville, Bank of Jacksonville, Fla., treasurer; Miss Harris, in charge of the demonstration preach he will meet his Sunday Dear Sir!-Your committee on; ,:V
Florida citrus industry for several have accepted the invitation of the Mr. J. D. Rooney, secretary of the work in Florida; Miss War- bulkheadlng met to consider what I '
school class in the morning and hopes :
years past have been published on a board of trade for a trip down the Marion county board of trade, secretary ren, Florida! canning duD agent; Miss action, if should be taken to' accomplish -
that member will be to any
number of occasions previous to this, Kissimmee river, to start from this and Mr. J. P. Hewitt, of Jack-' assistant in Home economics,: greet every him. present, this most desirable taprove.. ,? ............
{ '- '. (Continued on page s) city on Noember 9th. Arrangementsare (Continued on page s) demonstrations of the fireless cooker, ment to our city. 'It:was the unanl"i :"r- .,
I now .being made for their entertainment and other tabor-saving' devices and a' --
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moos opinion those members of the; r
Senators Fletcher and lesson acts in canning, sewing and LAWRENCE GRIFFIN IS ,'
WORK NEW-j AUDITOR ALLEN GRIPS committee who considered it, _
f\ BEGUN ON Bryan have also been invited. cooking. One afternoon will be given y
That this
bulkheadlng we ix-,
Telegrams from the various Congressmen over to party in honor of the girlsfrom i "* :
.y GARDENS FOR SCHOOL I II. and others received by HANDS LIKE A VICEHalf out of town. On the third day MAKING GOOD RECORD tremely- desirable. w
: 2nd. That this would be a
President Stanford, of the board of will be held the annual exhibit and permanent tr

trade, were as follows: contest Prises will be awarded. Kissimmee boys have a habit of improvement, such as would add"I
: Work was begun this week preparIng Jacksonville, Fla. of Kisslmmee's population almost There will be an exhibition of canned making good in the educational institutions not only to.the.values of.the. abutting -, '

the ground on the Walter Bass lot H. C. Stanford, President Board. of felt in like putting after last their righthands goods, of the record books, and essays which they attend. The latestto property but- of all. the property $is. /( '

z 'back of-the Baptist church for the Trade Kissimmee, Fla. a aling Frid.y.The" written by the, girls. Each girt, is make a record for himself is Law our city.., ? ,,\>y :;,::""v-,'> ,

', new public school gardens as a part Have accepted invitation ,.Kissimmee cause of it all was the visit of requested to send Immediately her'. rence Griffin, son of Mr.'and ) .. C. 3rd.< That the lakefront as it stands, .

M ()f'the, course in agriculture in the river trip barring unforseen con one Auditor Allen,.of the'Citrus Ex record book to Miss Anne Bryan Carson W. Griffin, who I. attending Riverside Is an eyesore: ,'but bulkheaded it would. f'L\ '+

eighth grade. This work is under the tingencies. change. Mr. Allen came up from county agent in home demonstration Military Academy, at Gainesville, Ga. be the pride,of all our citizens. _.;;, ,..'
direction of B. E. Evans county demonstration LADUE, Engineer. Tampa to spend the day with J. W. work. Mr. Griffin received letter this 4th. That the cost"of this bulkhead. %k"
f.1," agent, and Miss Anne Bryan Prentis, manager of the Kissimmee a in back of bulk.. "
l The people of Kissimmee will be week from President Sandy Beaver, Ing and filling the *

Carson. Girls Canning! club agent Americus, Ga. Citrus affiliated Growers With the Association, which With is asked to provide homes for the girls head of the school, stating that Lawrence heading should be borne by the prop.. I

-If The ground was plowed this week Hon. H. C. Stanford, Kissimmee, Fla. Exchange. from out of town. A committee from had the distinction during the erty benfltedU \ f y'v

: "j. J(' and Demonstrator Evans will superintend Providence permitting, I accept his usual friendliness Mr. Prentis introduced the Kissimmee canning club will call past month of being what is termed a 5th. That the only expense that the '

:', the work of planting field cropssuch your invitation; have written. Mr. Allen to a large numberof upon the housewives Asking that they "blue list" cadet This means that city would finally have to bear would _'
citizens. That's where the trouble '
'. ,1" as burr and crimson clover, CHAS. R. CRISP. entertain the visiting girls. his average for the month was above I be the bulkheadlng and filling in of 1'
for when Mr. Allen shakes
'r":!! began,
Dwarf Essex etc., while Miss their streets. k
rape hands he does with all his A partial list of prizes follows: 95 per cent. He was one of five boys
:Canon will look after the truck crops, Savannah Ga., Oct. 14, 1915. muscular so fellow might Two weeks' short course at StateCollege out of a total enrollment a/ 125 to be 6th. We find that the last Legislature t

'. I .:such as cabbage, lettuce, beans U. C. Stanford, Prestef Kissimmee, he's a who big shook hands with, teo.Mr.Everyman Allen ; alue f 30.00; by county school placed on this list Mr. and Mr passed Chapter 7184, which empowered ; $

onions, peas, etc. The actual plant- Fla. board. Griffin and all of Lawrence's friends the City of Kissimmee reclaim .
will remember him Not that '
ay' lag and cultivation will b* done by the Thanks for Invitation; have writ- forcibly. : have feel of him fill in and bulkhead. u .
Mr. to be I Gold watch, by President E. O. a right to proud
Allen means rough He justcan't
"pupils In the school so that they may ten Congressman Sears fully. Am it. Painter Firtilicer Co. In accordance with the pro'skion of

(.i..."become familiar with actual work in' sorry I can not accept, but hope togo help Five dollars in trade, M. Katx. said chapter was respectfully recom-

...'" the field. at some later date after Dec. *-. Five dollar savings account CIti- VVOODBECKPURCHASES mend that the City Council be re v
CHARLES G. EDWARDS. quested to exercise the authority eon
M. C. FAIR EXHIBITS ARETRANSPORTED sane Bank. HOME IN ORLANDOThe ferred them by the Legislature ,
SHAKERS I ; ; HAVE NOT Bank.Five dollars .savings account, State A in providing upon for the bnlkheading and g

I M I Scotland Neck, N. C.\ FREEA. filling in of this property, and to ..-. tr t
SOLD REAL ESTATE H. Clay Stanford. / Two year subscriptions to the following item from the Orlando seas the cost of such work against
Exceedingly regret impossible to Reporter-Star will be of interest property benefited thereby and that '
W. Bailey, local agent of the Half-barrel of flour, Waters A; Car
,I "..I .- accept Congresman Sean' and your to many Kisaimmee people: this action be taken by the City Conn
.. Elder Ezra Stewart, head of the .board's kind invitation. Southern Express company, has re- son.White Mr. J. D. Woodbeck, manager of the ell as quickly as it can legally be '
ceived notice that exhibits: for the Vo- table cloth, H. C. Stanford -
'Shaker in this in
,1" Colony county, was
I CLAUDE KITCHIN. Lucerne Pharmacy, has purchased the done.
: :the city Tuesday and stated that the lusia county fair, the West Florida d
Co.Wrist house at No. 8 Grace street, belonging 7th. We wish to emphasise as
fair at Marianne Fit, and the Ala- watch, Cole'Jewelry Co.
.i report that the colony had sold its I Congressman Sparkman writes as to Mrs. Mary R. Halsted. Mr. and I strongly as we know bow the Import.. '
Two dallars and half In trade
chuB county fair in Gainesville will a ,
'holdings real estate was erroneous. follows: Mrs. Woodbeck will move in and ance of this worV, and to say that in
I Only-one section of land was sold, the be carried free with certain provisions. Palace Drug Co. ''t
November 9th satisfactory to me. November 1. They came our opinion it will bring Into prominence
It i likely that similar ruling Two dollars and a half in trade, Os
i'.mainder. between 6,000 and 7,000 Will be there.TAYLOR to Orlando recently from Kissimmee, a section of our city,. which i Is ,
] will be made for the five-county fair ceola Pharmacy.Two .
acres remaining the property of the when the Lucerne Pharmacy succeeded now practically useless.
in Orlando in whirh Osceola Dollars and a half, Bryan
;colony; The colony will soon be enlarged county
the DeLaney-Abernathy Drug Co.O'BERRY 8th. When this bulkheading is done \ ,
STORE ADOPTS will participate. All exhibits weighing Realty Co.KILLS .
by the arrivalof four memi' I we respectfully suggest that the an ,
? ben from the Ohio colony who have I 60 pounds or less are carried free
thorities for a boulevard of at
: arrange
s ''sold .their. holdings there and expect THE CASH BASIS PLAN and citrus fruit exhibits: and pineapples BIG WILDCAT 4, SHIPPING least 75 feet immediately adjoining r
( f to 80 pounds.
"tejcome'to Florida to up
perma- the bulkhead; that they beautify such
'. ,"'enUy., Elder Stewart reports that I The Taylor Grocery store is the ALTHOUGH UNARMEDAided HIS EGGPLANT CROP driveway; and thereby render it most
'the has fine of '
colony especially
1 crops latest addition to the ranks of those LAWSON STORE TO BEMOVEOJOVEMBER attractive.
e pineapples and., bananas There are who have adopted the strictly cash Respectfully submitted, .?
k ("twelve.. members in the colony. basis for all business. In a large ad- only J>y his prize "cat dog, I J. F. O'Berry" whose middle name I.I lei C. A. CARSON .
lac ssmrnnj i i i 1 "eggplant, has begun shipping the '
: vertisement on another page Mr. Taylor Pearl. Sam Story, of N.rcoo..1 I E. L .LESLEY (
".' ? Sheriff L. H. Ingram has returned announces that after Monday nexthe i this week killed a monster wild catnear crop from his farm south of the city. JNO. M. LEE ; "

$5from' a m nth'. trip through: the west will do credit busi : his home. He was unarmed and :!I Mr. O'Berry always has a big crop of H.M.BREAKER "
.. absolutely no F. H. Lawson announces in an advertisement I .
.. :.Ue'.wa.eaUed' to Hillsborough, Ore- ness. He is making a number of reductions in this issue of the Valley the "cat" put up a hard fightFor eggplant and this year Is no exception ot CLAY JOHNSON I :
s* a'witness in a criminal case. several days the wildcats have although the heavy rains the Committee. rtr
yBwn in the for
prices charged Gazette that he will move hi
I ' few weeks have somewhat damaged
iOo.i.the' way h. stopped .Chicago, been making inroads Mr. Story's past
and it will to read his
//Omkhai. ; St..Paul, Neb, and Grand Is- advertisement pay you I store from its present location to the herd of sheep andjje began a counter the growing vegetables.He The plat of ground in {the.;rear'ef :

te C;Neb Returning he visited theo.itlonitSan new Rivera building on November 1. campaign against them in self-de brought a sample of what he the Citizens! .Bank I.Mine:prepared'for '.

: ", Franciixo' the exposition F. A. Lincoln went to Mount Dora He w I conducting a sale,' this week fense. Two wildcats have met death grows to the Valley Gazette this week, a 'flower garden in,keeping with : ,

'at San Diego, Los Angeles, Monday ont business.'' Mr. Lincoln baa and.. Monday l and:Tuesday: of next as a result. The ether: we killed by which was one of the largest eggplants ,the -dean-up" Idea. A neat low" ratting

i8en;'Diego':>'EJ!; :Paso, San",Antonio, given up the management the dinIng week to reduce .his stock t before moving. the rifle route.., we have ever seen. It was in has.been placed around' "the' plat., k i
kew;'Orleans and Montgomery.White room of the Gray ton. hotel, Note his 'advertisements( andtake fine condition. This baa ,been &intecl* hit..'i.da'.

'I '.. El Paso be spent a'day,with jlenryA .. which. will now*be-conducted. by the: i, r advantage ef, the qra-t'bargdhs..r err offeri < f)' :W.:J'K.::Crump, 'of' Richmond, Vs-, Mr. O'Berry I* shipping JDO.Uy'tothe oar:" now"6elnj' made. "forrosesandother .-'iI, ':, ".

'. .' "' ltman, formeriyof. this) city.'A. hotel management.' *<' '"'. I' TTSt' i ' '1> I..a emfe) 1" .pint. .;,, .Wednesday J li..t ),,... la,:'the,,*. city., Chicago and New York market flowers' : "',''" ,._vIt -'''t !" ',',d:**",JI,

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. 1 ter t' bee' Sunday atUnn r.'' ', ; : } aai,1 : BOWBLS! ,

.1 O. B. Lawson and wife called _
Cloud .
: $t. Department on 1II;. C./M., ; Mathews and family ATTRACTIVENESS SAYS WIS;' MAN Core.t Sick 'HOadaebq''Conetlpat/on' / ;, *'*

Sunday afternoon. Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad. ? ;

I Mr. Guy McClain wa the guest of r Breath-Cand Cathartic, ,
'News and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own Ira and Nellie! Wetherbee Sunday. + i
The Milwaukee Journal conducts a aa hard aa. fiN clay, an ideal material ..
The farmers to have for otUn
't + Special Correspondent the "hard time expresBion and are I department in which Wisconsin pea for road- building The phosphates No odds how bad your liver; stomach .

\ wearing smiles of satisfaction over ple may tell of their outing experi- from the phosphate mines extending car bowelsj] how much youY', head.

association flag was I in for big i in a thirty-mile strip..parallelto1 aches how miserable are''from''
, One of the lar est'wildcats seen collection for the the present ouUook. Eggplants!: and ences. Florida comes a you
introductions were: Cap- written for this the western coast furnish a road Indication biliousness.
taken.. The boost in an article constipation, ,
,. around here for many years was run okra are bringing: good prices. It is
I, over and killed by the Sugar: Belt tain H. A. Sheldon, Co. C, 1st Wis. reported that prices on citrus fruits department by Fred C. Lorenz who material as hard as flint. I and sluggish bowels-you always get..:.
who excellent talk. Winter Haven. I "One of the most beautiful sights relief with Cascarets. They imrne..-
train while crossing: the trestle at the Vol. Inf., gave an will be much better than last year.OHOOOO"'OOO spends his winters at '
Ss' head of Lake Tohopekaliga, near Mr. T. I 1) Christie, 1st Battery Minn., L. The article reads as fo ]lws: ;is an orange and grapefruit grove in'| diately cleanse and regulate the: itom-

z' t Drought's residence at Hammock A., president of Cong. College in Tar- 000400 0 "Wisconsin is usually considered to blossom, many of which are to be ach remove the sour, fermenting food'
where Paul the Apostle was born. found in the northern part of Florida.To ''and foul take the bile-
Grove on last Firday night. It is sas, > SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS 4O be well supplied with lakes but in gases; excess
very probable that there are several Comrade Christie made a fine rc-J, 4 that respect\ she docs not compare walk through one pf these grovesin from the liver and carry off the con'

sponse. Comrade Stafford, Co. C, llfi( OOO..oooOot.OOOOOOolIarwell with Florida" said Fred C. Lorenz winter after you have come away stipated waste matter and poison

Eve; and Co. II. 72 Ind. Inf., Cave a short ] Tison is confined to his Milwaukee attorney who spends two from the cold and rigor i of the north from the intestines and bowels. Ai

the same trestle being overtaken by talk. Comrade W. P C'obb, Co. K, 14 bed with typhoid fever. months each winter at Winter Haven, is most delightful. Last ChristmasI i 10-cent box from your druggist will

p the train and blinded by the head 111., Inf., told of the overland journey Mr. Garrett is spraying his grove Polk county Florida. "Wisconsin was splashing around in one of the '' keep your liver and bowels cleans]

light cannot escape. made by his wife, two sons and himself for the whitefly. has 2,500 lakes; Florida has 30000. I little little lakes near my winter home, 'I stomach sweet and head clear for-

D. C. Baldwin of Jacksonville, was to Oklahoma and their walk from Miss Iva Niswonger spent Satur- The largest of Florida's lakes is Okee- I have the snapshot showing me months. They work while you ,!!Ieep.I' .

i I in St. Cloud on Wednesday cleaning there to Florida. He hopes that the day and Sunday tailing her parents. chobee, some 'thirty miles long. The standing waist deep in the water.

.5 I and repairing typewriters. citizens needing work will each give Mrs. Walter Bronson is on the sick beauty of these lakes is that many of'' Building Fine Highways. I' SLIGHT MISUNDERSTANDINGBill

"" Robert Doolittle left on Monday for a day's labor to himself or Rons. Our list. them are connected by meannss of "Some splendid highways are now
Comrade Lynch, lately returned from Mr. and Mrs. of Smith a country storekeeper.
Horton Dundee
Carbondale Ohio. canals so that one can go canoeing under construction. Probably the best
t went to the city to buy goods. They
f Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert Washington, gave a talk about vari- and Mrs. Beatty, of Davenport, at- from one lake into another."In known is the Dixie Highway from
sent Immediately and reached
Tuesday October 12th, a ous scenes and people in connectionwith tended services here Sunday morning Chicago to Florida. The Tampiami
the drainage of Floridais
one way home before he did. When the boxes
W. S. Alyea reached St. Cloud last encampment They made the trip in Mr. Horton's unusual. Many of t he 1 akes are trail and the National highway, which were delivered, Mrs. Smith, who was
L week from Kansas City, Mo., and expects Mrs. Anpette Smith then car. Thelma Woodall joined them at connected to each other and to the At- are being financed -by various counties keeping the store uttered a scream,
the winter around here. social hour program. Kissimmee.T. will connect one end of Floridato
to spend
lantic of subterranean
f and ocean by means seized a hatchet and began franticallyto
Mr. Alyea has many friends at Kis Cornet and violin by Schofield E. Ivey moved his family to At time Lake Okee- the other."Althopgh.
? Audrist accompanied with piano by passages. one open the largest one.
several Ocoee Tuesday.
ti where he has spent
simmee chobee's underground outlet became Florida has an average "What's the said
matter Mandy
winters. It is however about three Edith Harrod. John Tison is spending a few days
elevation of
clogged by decaying vegetation. The only twenty feet--her
1 Solo Mr. Durham. one of the bystanders who had watched i r
by her. y
with his
years since he visited our noted city. family lake filled until the water came over highest elevation is but 176 feet. I her in amazement.Pale k
its Reading by Goldie Groves who responded Mrs. Clint Bronson who has been
He much surprised to see have
was its banks, covering the a urrounding never encountered serious and faint Mrs. Smith 4
to encore with "Oh yau. St. visiting her mother, Mrs. E. L. D. pointedto it
sice and noted pleasure storms there.
present country. This was the origin of the worst were the 1
an inscription the box. It read
on :
\ the great improvements on all sides Cloud. Overctreet, returned to her home on Everglades-the-Jarge area of over- ends of northern blizzards-but they "Bill inside.-Advance. AlI I
Violin Bolo by Mrs. D. L. Smith accompanied -
since his last visit. We hope he m.ybe Tuesday. lasted than
i grown swamp land that is so picturesque never more ten hours
induced to become one of our citizens by Edith Harrod. Howard Rinearson, who has been and
were comparatively mild. Flor- When have roast beef for dinner
you -
Duet by Edith Harrod and Charlie time with his friend j i eM1
home wherehe spending some ,
and establish a ida is ideal
"One of Florida's water freaks is an spot for a( northerner'lvacation. save the water in which it was
in and Miller. George Overstreet, left Thursday of "
spend days ease .
can the Indian that washed, as it is a splendid tonic for i,
Reading by Mrs. D. C. Thompsonand river a lagoon ex-
i comfort.Mr. last week for his home in Kentucky. -
tends along the entire eastern coast. plants. Roses and geraniums especially
and Mrs. O. E. Mitrel, of Nar- a quaint quiplet in response to Miss Lucretia Overstreet will be Editor's Note-The writer is in er- b
Another is the St. Johns river a long are improved by this treatment.
coO nee. were St. Cloud visitors on encore. leader of the Junior Bible Study class ror as to the highest elevation in Florida ik
and narrow river which is navigable for "
by Lynch Depew.
Wednesday. Sunday.Mr. as there are many ponits in the Recent experiments in India indicated
Misses Lillie and Blanche Brack, Music on "Dutch Piano" by Com- and Mrs. F. H. Tiner Mrs. An- 200 miles to Lake Monroe and again sta\e\ from 250 to 300 feet in eleva- that the light emitted by fireflies V t
from Lake Monroe Jacksonville."The .
y'' Roland rade Martin. derson and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. R. tq tion. The is between
Mrs. H. H. Hull Mrs. Tompkins average 50 and was similar in many ways to
Albert Pullen and D. E. Proper, Piano duet by Mrs. J. K. Conn and L. Ivey and others called on Mr. and long stretch of road along the 100 feet. x-rays.

t t of Narcoossee were in St. Cloud on Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster. Mrs. Ketler Sunday afternoon. eastern border leading to Palm Beachis

,y Wedneaday-attending the Baptist con- Comrade Christie, of Tarsus, gave Mr. and Mrs. Horton were enter- one of the finest roads in the world. 1'- --<> - "

vention.E. an interesting talk about that city and tained at the pleasant home of Mr. The surface soil of Florida is naturally ,

.t O. Croker, of Chicago, Ill., was some details connected with the mis- and Mrs. George Bronson Sunday.Mr. sandy and unfit for travel. But SUB-TROPICAL i

a'' a guest at the Bonair house for a few sion field. Should his health permithe and Mrs. Jim Bronson visitedat underneath is a layer of red clay as

+ days last week. may, by request, favor us with a the home of Art Bronson Sunday. fine as talcum powder when dry. MID-WINTER FAIR AND

,; Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Franklin Poor, of lecture which judging by the little When this clay is moistened it packs 1'l
he has said, will be well rendered. 00000000.000.0.0..00000000 EXHIBITION :'
Antrim N. H., arrived Tuesday and 0 OO
house. Adjourned to meet at 2 p. m., Sat- PLEASANT VALLEY ITEMS O
are guests at the Bonair
The ladies of the Christian church urday, Oct. 23. 0 0 GET NEW RATES UPON TO MT.ZKNH. OF VOI.USI LAKE t r
W. returned 5 HEM I INUI.. <>HC"K III.A ANI' t ott- +
reorganised' Ladies Aid society on Q. Reynolds Monday OOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOO.OCOur ANilE( (' )UNT1KSJt
h evening after a week spent pleasantlyat school has been closed IHKMTI'' G l
Monday when the following officers FRUIT SHIPPED WESTFLORIDA COUNTIESGREATEST <> It known to all of "mi tluit \ ou
were elected: President, Mr. Dora Tampa. the past week owing to suckness of are I Invited 1 and ex pert.. HultnMf ,
exhibit for il IK play .I lh ,
Mrs. Barber and little -
Francher; vice-president Mrs. Anna May daughter our teacher Mrs. Burnett. Krt f"p"RlClon ar<*a<1v! upon 'f y
of Kissimmee, spent Saturday the There 23 at Sun- GROWERS & SHIPPERS l>\ your iM-opli-;: engaging* In a r IIru4ly)
Tennie Penn were present ,:
Wise; secretary Mrs. ; EVENT IN con I prlll t lun for the rx hl1,111' 1.Ion of t hari *
treasurer Mrs. M. J. Ricketts. They guests of Mrs. Barber's parents Mr. day school last Sunday.Rev. LEAGUE ANNOUNCES REDUC- \ -<1 product of your wells' also wl,
THEHISTORY 1 thingn' "Mad In lour townm,
a have made arrangements to serve an and Mrs. Frank Caldwell on Michigan Melmaker will preach at Pleas- TION ON GRAPEFRUIT SENT Hraol work:, your fruits' \ our vrge jour.
OF THE t H, farm ,
avenue. school house next TO SALT LAKE CITY AND OG- it en lour product your tttoreaof h I
in ant Valley Sundayat
i oyster supper on Hallow'een night FIVE COUNTIES house and n*>Id. \ our art rr" atlnna.
the old G. A. R. hall beginning at 3 Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baxter Misses 3 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. DEN. UTAH EFFECTIVE BE- >thin our.KH aUa of'k lnt. ehlckrnn.
o'clock. Renah Fowler and Roxine Goodrich Everything is moving along nicelyin GINNING NOVEMBER 1. rnimrtlo; attend In pfrson and with ,.
motored to Tampa on Monday to our family 1 and frtundn, I and th*> atrangrr ,-
Mrs. Kate Walthre, of New York, Pleasant Valley neighborhood. 5COUNTIES within your fratf*
f' i has leased her property here on Pennsylvania spend a few days. Everybody cordially invited to at- The Florida Growers & Shippers SUB-TROPICAL MID-WINTER EX- 9
r Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow Mrs. tend school. League with at Orlando
Sunday heaUquarters -
'y avenue for the winter as she our POSITION OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE
G. W. Daugherty Mrs. Booth and Mr. Florida, announces that effective .
can not make arrangements to come COUNTIES. I
Hall motored to Kissimmee on Wed November 5th the rate on grapefruitto
., L down this winter. SUGGESTS NEW PUN ,
r f fA Mrs. Lydia Misher expects to open nesday. Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah

tfc;' fI a rooming house over Bleech's store ooo ooqOOOOOOOOOO will be reduced 10 cents per box. The I FEBRUARY 15-19,1916 *

\ 'iin Pennsylvania avenue about Nov. 4 TO ADVERTISE STATE present rate from Jacksonville to .

I Set 4 UNION CENTER 4O Utah is |1.40 per standard box, sub Orlando, Florida j

4 Prof. Lynch got back last Friday 0 According to the Tampa Tribune, ject to minimum of 800 boxes;while

3.. ;; "' from the encampment at Washington. OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOMr. plans for raising a $50,000 fund to ad- the new rate will be $f.80 per box, dl'.Jtrp1d '

While away he visited friends and relatives John Spreng passed to his vertise the advantages of the state subject to minimum of 825 boxes or "-- .

z 1. and had a very enjoyable time. eternal reward last Tuesday evening of Florida as a whole during the tour- 26,000 pounds. The proportional rateon
from Jacksonville to Utah
Mr. Outlaw who has been visiting October 12th at 4 o'clock, after an ist season, without regard to any par- oranges
sY k" relatives at Kissimmee, has returned illness of several months. On Tues- ticular locality have been outlined by remains $1.40 per box, but the league
states that it is with (
to St. Cloud. day, October 5th, he submitted to an I p. C. Gillett, president of the Tampa now
the railroads with view to -
t' Ackias F. Bass motored over' to the operation from which he seemed to board of trade, who has written com- a havinga
1 with of friends mercial at Jacksonville material reduction brought about on } .g t- v >c't f tik" Pb
} e// county seat a party be recovering most satisfactorily.Only organizations , r'. rt $
t ; v on Friday last. the day before his death his Augustine, Daytona, West Palm oranges. vf .

v. C. L. Bandy of Kissimmee was a daughters received very encouragingword Beach Ormond, Titusville, Ft. Lauderdale Further announcement is made by rAPi- '1\ ,"

arc t St. Cloud caller on Friday last. as to his recovery. He was seventy Cocoa Miami Key West Ft. the league that that there has been a rte'e" / t t 'j ,

Mr. and Mrs. Carson Farmer, of years fcold last May. In early Myers Punta Gorda, Boca Grande, reduction of 4He per crate on vegetables e' '

Kissimmee Were St. Cloud visitors on life he became a Christian and has St. Petersburg, Clearwater Tarpon such as celery, lettuce tomatoes :

i!? last Thursday. filled many places of trust and re Springs, Plant City, Lakeland Bar- etc., carloads, to Denver, Colo- -

;+! c 'e E. V. Porter and family went to sponsibility. He was very energeticin tow, Winter Haven Florence Villa rado Springs Pueblo and other Colo- + at 't _

Kissimmee Monday evening, where all religious work, was generous Haines City, Kissimmee, Orlando, rado common points. The present pro- 7 ? ,}t

? they expect to visit for a week before with his money and a great help in revival Winter Park Altamonte Springs portional rate from Jacksonville to ; rrwe.,yl(

f going on to Tampa where Mr. meetings. He was a man that Sanford DeLand Green Cove' Colorado is 61 He per crate, while the ,

rte Porter has accepted a position with was widely known and very highly Springs Palatka Gainesville, Ocala new rate which will be available for LkL

r '1 the telephone people. esteemed by all who knew him. He Leesburg Mount Dora Eustis Ta- the approaching season, will be 67c b _

u 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Corbett and was especially popular with young vares, Brooksville and Bellair. The league expects to be in positionsoon $ ___ THc Steel Lined J ,

} P daughter left Monday night for Santa people and his consecrated Christianlife The combined population of these to bulletin a Iarie'number of SPEl D SHELLS" K

Mr'' "; Rosa Calif. will be a benediction upon those places together with that of Tampa rate concessions to numerous important
+ ui W. E. Arnold of Alexandria, Ind., who were associated with him here. is estimated to be 231,175, accordingto markets upon which it has been ,t For Velocity and Accuracy } #

1' + arrived Monday night and expects to The funeral service was held in Lake Bradstreet's Agency these figures busily engaged in working out with v Sportsmen are willing to take their chances of < ,I} q

4 4 +' spend the winter with his daughter Fork Ohio on Sunday October 17. being subject to correction. Mr. Gillett the railroads during the summer. port Get but the Reminrton-UMC they want certainty"Arrow"in their and filitUt."Nltro Club" lry

{1 Mrs. P. D. Marine. To his good wife and his devoted suggests that the commercial or- The league also states that ? : -the steel lined Speed Shell*." /
+ r The adjourned annual stockholders children will join in their large circleof ganizations in each of these places acquired the support of the North ;3 The steel llnlne trip i the powder-pat* all Uw force of the i
explosion back of the hot. Shorter lead. In sues*-work abet
meeting of the G. A. R. Memorial friends in extending the most contribute ten cents for each inhabitant American Fruit Exchange and the aortic, *--carter to ret the "(ait one" u
f Co to the dialer who den the JM Bofl Wart of aaaagbe. 'Pi t.
i I hall will be held Nov. let at 10 a. m. heartfelt sympathy in their great be- using their own means to se- Florida Marketing and Distributing UMC-he can fu you up rifki (thi

i/. t, Election of directors and officers and reavement. A full account of the fu- cure the money and thus raising a Bureau, whose memberships have just Sold by your home dealer and 870Uver 7 w

other business will be transacted neral services will be given next week. fund of $25,000. Railway lines entering recently been received. leading merchant in Florida { c

k which may properly come before the Mrs. C. H. Funk and Mrs. W. G. the state will then be asked to donate r. AV.-UnitesM.tsfkCariridg.C.. tlf F r
Wa. wer&BU*. (233. NewYerk CM* rrN {
'tf', meeting. Every stockholder is requested McClain will remain In Ohio several a like sum, their pro rata being : SOON AS POSSIBLE

': y to be present. weeks. When they return they will determined by their mileage in the I Paddy Dolan bought a watch from r r

Mr,. Ryan and aunt. Miss Richardson be accompanied'by their mother, Mrs. state. This..would give'$50,000 with the local jeweler with a guarantee to f

left Tuesday morning to spend Spreng. which to advertise Florida's hotel keep it in order for twelve months.

k. 1, r a few days with friends at Sanford, Lloyd Harvey and Miss Branche railroad and playground advantages About six months after, Paddy took it

Fla. Eaton called at the former's home on in the leading magazines during, the back because it had stopped.

t i I Mr. B. Seng-rave, who has been Sunday afternoon. winter months. To be successful, action "You seine to have had an accident '*"

spending the summer with friends at Claude Barber and Fred Harvey must be taken at once. with It," said the jeweler. EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN *

Ocean City N. J., arrived at his home are spending a fe w days in Orlando Replies are being received from the 'A small one, sure enough sir. at Give the TAMPA them a Six BUSINESS Month.' COLLEGE Special Courii anj i; p

f t ." in St. Cloud Thursday evening last. combining business and pleasure. commercial organizations addressed, About two months ago I was feedingthe you have them equipped for IK*. We teeter,, : pE

la 'r. R W. Cullison returned from his Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Story were the being in nearly every case favorable.The pig, and it fell into the trough era more.tene..pber.youn. people and as bookkeeper office olerks, bank and''' X

yl a' r :Mlnneaota home on Saturday evening. guests of C. M. Smith and family Sun- Jacksonville chamber of com- "But you should have brought it be- t A put them Into good poeltlon than' any '"
ether two colleree! In Florida W* have-: ,
When be left last week the weather day afternoon. merce suggested giving publicity to fore. / with dormitory car

t was pretty cold and the ground froctn. Rosier Lawson went to Orlando the newspapers so that simultaneous "Sure, me man I brought it as soon rooms on then.eoondlflloord W* hay. .,*.-* '
alone and Ni :,'
Day Nla-ht All the Tear and ooI
a He was glad to get back to the Saturday.Mr. publication was arranged Sunday jn as I could. We only killed the pig quire DO entrance exajnlnatlona.. Private-',

,Bossily South: ,. '. ,. and Mrs. B.Fletcher visited Jacksonville and Tamj>a. An alter- yesterday! :" h.lp BEST free SCHOOL to backward PGA BUSINESS atudenta. -THE AND '. ,

: ". '; ,:: C; C.N.'UarAlJ\: returned Thursay Mrs. Geo. Haye and famly last Sat- native plan suggested lEy Mr. Gillett L. M. HATTON BUCCE 8. Catalogue and Fine PnmaD. t y'?}}r
evenlng/roni' Fargo N. Dak. urday. is to divide''the the To Drty* Out Malana ship tree to thoae Interested. Writ today ,r
1 fftt
.'h'', 'a r ..j : ; campaign among Lad Bull Up TIle System M. Aecta. President '
,. .,: ,:whari"hev'hadi called by the ill- Aaron Story was the' guest of his leading counties of the state accord* 'Tak.l6iiflld;Bta.duel OH.OVirSTA8TSLBS8 1 le-a. ee.u.a'.... ,IgiD a

.-'. heJU of'her danfhtoig,. friend, Archie McLean Sunday. ing to population. .Twenty-three': : lead- chill TONIC. You know ...... A-";; ) ,

, ,J'The'VeUraBiTAisoclation l held its Owing to the inclement weather Ingcountiei' . ; **&400,276., inhabitantswhlehj what yob'are taklaf.ea) tbe formal to -'I.......... ......, "- \ r t : .,3\ .

r. ,kVuIar;iu sn'at:J'JIDi. In the G. A. Sunday! morning; there was BO Sunday .'if Eve".eantlr'fadiyLJualwere ". :,' ,, : E'oe aad'every Irena. label la a, tasteless showing' to' ". 011". ..NrbNM. .. ." .. ..,,< ..r ;. .'r .
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.K B. C. ANSTED; B. B. S. (UniTtr.ity) Georgia) Preside: ; Beekkeeput;, Bumest Science etc. MRS.:B. C ANSTED, Assistaat i ia Skortasad, Eafliia, Typewritu. ; SpeUutf, .tc. MRS. S. H. BULLOCK, Dcpt .. Qiaa Paiatiaf;

,:\,:' MISS A. DIEBNER. Lkpdr, (Gradaate Boat..CouenatOl'7), Piae (Haute Ecele). .Fnacla"Gera.., Spanish, MR.,ANSTED. 't
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o o o > 04 o oLive ... WOOD BLOCK PAVEMENTS experiments that have been made In which so far we do not utilise, but are'
creosoted wood block and vast of to help}
I pavement expending: sums money

Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: are therefore in a position to furnish enrich brick companies with plants :
News From All Over Florida ] reliable information to those interested. "
Cresoted wood block pavements are outside of our state y

rapidly becoming recognized as a I Why do not our state newspaper x
The streets of the city of London, )
most satisfactory street paving ma
e OOOOOVOOOOOO OOtlI loooooooooooooooeotoooooeooo OOOOOOOOOOOOVOOOV'OOOOO'09w England, are now mostly paved with advocate a movement'to "trade at 't
terial. They are noiseless, durable, ,
I:. Last year in St. Johns county there er candidate and his friends are shelling I sanitary, and if properly treated and block pavement, the blocks being of home" in our road material when .

were probably more than ten thou the street corners with ol'atorY'1) 0400444044 04064044+ laid, are distinctly economical. The 'I different species of gum wood imported practicable, thereby circulating our 'f' it

sand acres devoted to the raising of We shall see which is the most effective I .. failures in the past which have in from Australia, Norway and Sweden tax money among our people.

Irish potatoes This acreage will more in the Island City-newspaper 4 ODD BITS OF NEWS 4 some cases prejudiced cities and counties In Florida we are in possessionof Yours for progress, ... '
than likely be Increased this coming advertising or the spell-binding/: .' 4. against wood blocks have been
block material II. EDMUND SWABEY.
a in our
season for, according to the Bunnell cess. I, 4444 + 44000 + j
will fie not less than nnow for the existence of wood
Tribune, there any -- --- ----- -- ----- - It
three thousand acres in spuds in the Statistics recently given out say the Los Angeles, Cal.-Samuel Pockos- block pavement which does not meet I

"i extreme southern end of St. Johns. Ocala district leads all the others in vewsky has grown tired of the efforts all the modern requirements of ser i :

the conference in the number of organized of his American associates to pro- vice. The improvements of the methI'I

]H C Sparkman, editor of the .Daytona (lasses) this district showing nounce his name, and has been on the ods of treatment and laying are larR-e'l '

.H ilifux Journal, has sold his in- thirty-one registered with the headquarters look out for a chance to change it. The Iv the results of organized ( :1 LICENSE NOTICE

teiest in that paper to R. II. Glenn, of the Sunday school boardin chance came when he became engagedto ; by various associations representing : -

managing editor, who has bean associated the city of l'a"h\'llIe.) hefce are a Miss Talker Judge Thomas, ort either the lumber mtrests or wooil"pieservmg 4

with the .louinal bind about divided) as follows: Twenty-citfht application, allowed the groom to take I plants Our national government I '1' 4---
the beginning of the present year. adult, two seniors and twenty-one inter his wife's name and now he is. the bus carefully watched the"Goociicsr .{ 1

Ml ';leiin who has IK"en in the i news- mediates. proud possessor of the handle of Samuel I '" ,--- -- ._- : I All State and County License are due and payable October

paper I I.'Nil i ess for a number of Parker

came to I'loiidi a year' 01 \ "y'ur.,1 Mull boats are lieiiiK. installed atWest I t 1st. This includes Licenses for all kinds of business, automobiles, J ?

from IIlahoma.) :\o; change! will he I 1'alni B"lIl'h. Thl'1 first collection '" ('hillicotheC.( ) \V ('invent and ,
I etc. Tbese Licenses must be paid before tbe FIRST DAY OF
made in the politv of I the Journal I of mails b\ ('aiiieis will he taken W B. Cravens are brothers, and are i "
which will be conducted along th.1 up tomorrow morning lx th engineers on the B. A. O. Their ,, I NOVEMBER. On that day informstions will be filed against grit', ''
name lines adopted hy 111 r. Sparkman wives are sisteiK Hoth families live I t
of the .Mr I' every one in Osceola County subject to pay License Tax who has Snot
upon In- piper Milton's elegant new public school in the same house The other day, I J. ;

Sparkmms retirement from the building, is nearing ccmipletlon It is six hours apart, both the Mrs Cravens ""'" done so. Tbere will be no exceptions. If in doubt as to
Journal is said| to he due to the em- I birth to 'hildrenone I
built of brick, with a heavy tile roof gave a i''ie
bana'-sing> position in which he was and other I whether you are subject to a License Tax, confer with the proper
1 and will be Il eie-dit lo the town and boy the a girl 1

placed by his martial troubles and county. I I. officers before November 1 it. Excuses will net be accepted after
consequent dioneM I New York, N Y- ."Safety First," *
I tbat date.
Th"1 (campaign for bond elections in said Mrs Arthur ;!'IllId'un as she put [
Hiooks\illc has
the of Volusi.i (Shunt is waxingui.n. Kepipsentatixe two diamond, ) earl logs! into her pillowcase W. B. CRAWFORD, lProsecuting
been i re 'letted toeie people
I ; Cacle pours some hotshot and went to sleip The next
hi- town in that ,iipu itfor another ) '
into the opponents of the mcasuic day there were clean slips on the pil, : I AUol'lleJ.xox .

year i in the last i issueof The Kecord!\ Mac 1 lean was frantic. She l I I, ;& e

Stnti. henn-t Kosi i- active under, besieged the laundry, but the pillow : ---....
had been washed and! ironed . ., .. i
the' r resent tiling,, of the' cKpirtnunt) I Iu The I ())Kc c'c holic'c ('all announeeethat lips ---
?nnninjill> hotels are Mow 1 in.illy onl'a" found gleaming I
>. I I.. the shipping! of I girn, fiuit lit open !
55 at t hilt place, and| tinliuiluuiK l of a ill the bottom of the washtub anil 4 r
an- ih 11 !rte mi lip"|> grapefruit: in '
IJILTIone is I oneof the pt.o"p.i\"l.1 the other about to tntei' the drain

art. hate IK'NV' i Iinprorciucnts fur the near fu- pipe Th"r I are" \ahnil, at i$!'2,000.( () I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I \

1 Ih, iit\. if 'I":iinpn w'll soon t tui c-.
I Newcastle 1 Illd daub TU/'IlI'r.I / 77. i I Ii
It1m> 'w iitN' hall ill shin: | ( to be o< rainpied.
']1'1 hi' lust rug of furniture has 'l 1' IK. Apalachuolj 'I'lints armour, ,; is di ad. 'T'hirty Main ago! he sufTei H aI

annul and "is being! install this I the1 lag 1 > ..u\\nI111 lit Port SI Joe is ed his. fust stoke of j paralysis and i I .
I made his funeral plans A walnut FURNITURE ?
week II nearing: inplction I Foul' miles of I
I I hack have already: been 1, I laid and by ('h."tas turned into a coffin and given ;r. !s

Fifty bushels to ,the were is a rite the time the null is (unshed another to the local undertaker to care foi i
r I I lie will be buried in the walnut I'asket v qY"! tl
crop yield grown by J. G. Tillman on four miles will be built to the Lake I//

"Paradise Farm," and reported by I Wimeo-St Andrews canal. This, it I
the Plant City Courier. is Raid, will open one of the best tracts I Philadelphia, Pa.-A demonstratorin II -WE HAVE IT C\

of timber in the state The mill was a department store mixed a poisonous "- goodies that just

,. The Tallahassee Booster's Club got commenced more than three years liquid used for cleaning glasses m-e-I-t in your mouth

r out last week's issue of the Florida ago, being delayed by the panic. It with a nerve medicine she was demo light, fluffy, tender
Record while the editor and publisherWere will be one of the largest in that sec- onstrating and over 200 persons are cakes, biscuits and
away at Jacksonville attendingthe tion., thought to have been poisoned. The doughnuts that just In connection with oar Hardware line'we carry a complete :.:
demonstrator however the line of furniture. We make specialty 'of outfitting homes and ,
meeting of the various press as was only keep you hanging a ,
sociations.A one to report to a hospital. 'round the pantry-almade [ handle reliable -
An de- ,
Apalachicola correspondent .
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clares the oysters are in fairly good with Calumet '1 .
delegation from Haines City have I condition now and express orders Cleveland, O.-"Enclosed find 50 the safest purest, moat Bed Room Furniture Dining" d
economical Powder
Baking ,
cents for bed feheit which I took
to Kentucky to investigate not a
gone That writer ought tp have a .
Try It-drive
'v Ilwit\y away
ural storage in a cave near Uusselvllle !(, omo for not MBJIIIK they are in from your house when I loomed with bake-diy failures.'* Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits Parlor -
t It is claimed lemons stolid i'n i you," lead a note received bMrs I ,
better condition than before. _
ever R eeir.d H!>h l Aw.rd. I
this cave for two years were all light I :\1. llolzman The signer; of the note $.... ,ik R..... F.- Suits, Odd Chairs Rockers,

: when taken out. .I, I K:. Weir a contractor at Key loomed at the llolzman house eight b.. enp I.1'u.nd ,as. I Couches Etc.

I West, sustained painful injuries from : years agoSharonMlle, i ,

Captiva is one of the latest Gulf; the collapse of a scaffold on which, he BAKING I --
Coast islands to captivate the public was working a few days ajjo Whilehe O,-"Howdj', John!" bGYVON
It In (coming into prominence as a resort sustained serious internal injuries, "Howdy, Jim! Thus John and James I This store i i. making a record for itself in the matter of

having one small hotel Arrangements it is not thought they wil prove fatal. Stewart, of Kansas. and Tennessee respectively '140E: I helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Oar prices are '

are being made to ereet met after a lapse of fortj right

another large one in the near future The good roads meeting at Tallahassee I seven yiars Both believed the other

the other day opposed all the dead
S. The salaries of the public schoolteachers proposed changes of the route of the room together before they found out J TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS .r

s at West Palm Beach werek Dixie Highwaj; The. delegates I stood their lelutionship e

considerably reduced at the beginning pat unanimously for the route heretofore ,

v1 of the present year, !but pressure endorsed by the Highway Com Pewaukee, Wis.Heie's the latest No matter what kind of an Engine yon hsye-Gas, Steam, ..

enough has been !brought to have the mission fish vtory Robert Nichols and,) h,. F Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tools yon

t r old salaries reinstated at the last session I Schmutzler went fishing Arming at need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, ett, j

of the school board !Most /people wait for Uncle Sum to I the favorite; spot they found to their I all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

W I - do then drclinghut, when they want horror they had brought n can of surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only

Recently suggestion was made to ; an\thing at Okeechbbe-c they want it green: paint instead .of a can of bait hardware that is of superior quality and you will make no mistake i

\\ bridge. the Indian river at ('OCOH, and now, hence they are raising a dredging !:-I But, listen; Nichols an aitist !Hi i I ING PflYIMI:1B 0 in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. ( t,{
re M now the idea is tnlaigmg It is 1'1'0. 'I find among themselves to do this painted, ,) pictures of a \\0101' on the

vVhH posed to build another bridge across kind of work ui til assistance can j be hooks and they had a record eutehKM .. .. ----- -- '
: I !
the Banana River and make an auto- 'etured fl'ol1th... go\XTnment KING poWDCHICAGO
mobile road to the beach, which is :'; ) STOMACH: 'rROtinl.GASES J.E. t

wit, f aid to be one of the finest in the The I Kiadfoid< County Times tells ofa OR DISPEPSIX"Pape's I Osceola Dante Company

j state at this point. man who lives in Ih', Palestine dmtiict -. Cheap and big canBaJ.1 ng Powders do not
Dinpeppm") makes :siik.; Sour,
t who dug up some real money eiiveyou money. Cal"m..tdoes-it's
q A west Palm Beach telephone lineman The coins were quarters) and halvefof Gassy; Stomachs surely feel fine and far superior to sour milk and soda. t.

had to roost on the arm of a the mintage of 1K58! and, earlier in five minutes

;, y' telephone pole for more than half an periods: indicating that it had been

hour the other day to keep out of the buried for a long time. The finder If what you just ate is souring on I

$ Way of an angrv bull which took of- fused to tell where he dug it up, your stomach or lies like a lump of Limited

fence at the red paint on his motor ---- -- lead belch
'r refusing to digest, or you I Potash? supply has !
cycle and charged him while he was gas and eructate sour, umligesUdfood given an incentive to look
j up the pole doing; some repairs to the or have a feeling of di7inei.sheartburn I
r I Burl) and blanch one cupful of mal"awnL more thoroughly into plant nutrition n
line.Jte fullness, nausea, bad tastein
Wash and pick over one pintof with view to utilizing hand
mouth and stomach: -headache, you products at to the very 1
,, Speaking of the high school of Fort oy ter8. Put a layer of macaroniin can get blessed relief in five minutes. best purpose. The result of our efforts along this line is 1
( it :Meade, a news item from that place a baking dish, then a layer of oysters Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby
"The enrollment to date is sprinkle with salt, pepper ,an4.
says: getting a large fifty-cent case of Florideal /
Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less Potash
t cracker crumbs. Continue until
iii 628; and the new brick building in oys- Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.

e: ''i"'whlch'the; high school department will ters and macaroni are all in. Pour You realize in five minutes how needless It U blended
ao carefully that where) land U projerly will
be enrolled by the first of January is over this a thin white sauce, cover : prepared we put 1&r
9 it is to suffer from indigestion, fertilizer :
I' mixture
Most of the with cracker crumbs, sprinkle with kw gainst any of same ammonia and phosphoric acid coo- ,, I.
,,rapidly- being put up. dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It's tent regardless of percentage of potash. Send for particulars. f 4
.It'and dot with bits of
'.walls are now up and the inside work pepper, over the quickest, surest stomach

s /)} ,being. ..begun. butter preferred and, one bake dan in use a slow milk placeof If doctor In the 'wo ld. It's wonderful: b JffHson & Toomer Fertffizer'Co ,, }) ,.

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;tl r-.in1r-; white each 'White net and silver lace Is favorite ,} I '
, thtir :Gomea the adver- sauce dotting layer a J.eli.DyUle, J
\ .tisin TeoIunans' of the newspapers of with butter and a generous amount'of combination for summer even Florida ;i"'f"
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'-j; .' 'Jhatdty: 'Jt**boost, himself into the cracker crumbs-Margaret B. Foulks, lag gowns. This usually forma tonic. -So :

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___ f PAQI4. .,. L THE 'KtJ IMMH VALLEY' \ GAZETTE,, a ; 'J FRIG T, OCTO.IJr'J': ,, :,

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Gazette "\
1 Tk1Kissimmee, Valley f
-i- i tr T
t ..,' .. The Cincinnati Enquirer that great 'newspaperof 'The following]article 4 concerning'' the 'resource' I lI I I '

. . .. ...., ...... so ........,.. the middle _It.'write. of.Florida as follows: fulness of Florida 'was printed in one" of' our' exchanges .' ,
i ..a*., 1st ....., D..u.i_. KI"' mm.r is ,
.., The state of Florida rapidly becoming the without any credit, except that of "Ex :'Editor Gilbert Leach, of the Lees-
'' AOHBJW Owners. winter playground or amusement park of the peopleof ch.ageWe with we knew, the fellow who wroteit. :
HARRIS AND H. O. YAHS burg Commercial, states well the position The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says
.... the United States who reside east of the Rocky to that we could give him' the credit due. But ; 1
+ x B. .. MAVOI.B. Batter era M er.On of the Reporter-Star on that that C. H. Funk, of. Hilllard'sj. Island, ,.. ;
Mountains.But since we do not, we are going to print anyhow became When confessedto and
he that
particular question hat begun shipping eggplant
yr + i a.b erlptl.. Rates it is more than that, for also becomingthe it i i. well worth reading. It reads as follows: I ti
14 One Tear __......._. 't 60 be out of patience with those editors the price received la enttrlly'a.tlsf.c., r
Copr. --------------- residence of hundreds of thousands of
_______.._ 1'00 persons Florida is of the resourceful in
'" On. COPY. Six Months ______ __ one most states that the
t i r JI' On. Copy Thre Month .__....________.____ ,16 I who desire to escape from the more rigorous climateof the union, regardless of what the chronic kickers and ing who of u pass seem In to return think for advertising grant- tory. made" Funk's New Orleans early ,"shipmentswere says the
I the northern sections of the United States. and
,, liars about it. Many people to Florida
say come wholesale subsidy of ""wher sales m.d..t'
authorized would result in
AH communication, except from our a Gazette, were
1 I. writer. who are establishing their homes under the sunny each winter seeking new homes. Many of theseare
correspondents must be .Igned the The truth is that This is about jdouble
simple crate. the
returned press. $3 a
Rejected matter will not b* \ unless called skies of the land discovered by Ponce de Leon. practical, common sense people who are capableof
should be pub- if he this
(or. the rIIroad ochedules usual price and can keep up
No state in the Union has made greater advances
I making a success they may go but lished, but the railroads could not afford he will realize a big sum from, his
Poatofflce In Kl .lmmee. Florida in percentage of population and in business development there are who never' of
(Entered In the some made a success any- to publish them if they were required tract" Mr. Funk has above eight
a* second-class mattersi during the ten than has Florida
past years thing in their lives what
no matter they
were or in cash. By .
to for them in eggplant, to the '
and from the to the tide of emigrationfrom acres According
what they undertook. The former class exercise
22 1915. commodities the rail- vQT'"yield( s
i FRIDAY OCTOBER in exchange of Gazette and this an immense
; ( the North and West this winter it would ,
seem good judgment in the purchase of land for
f if new roads might be permitted to give I amount of the*queer-looking '
.I that 1915 is to prove a record -;bleaker in Florida their homes and to work with a determination to
\. transportation in return for advertising -
and excellent vegetables The
annals ;for pair in pon'jlation. succeed and they do Then there1! class who hardy
a ,'
: ; : LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA ( space. This would be nothingmore Florida eggplant is one of the best x'
t,;; t. Many farmers from the northwestcrr. states, who expect to find conditions far better than I
, coy and nothing; less than trade upona shippers and always brings good money t
of f from the
I' :- many persons independent means cen- they really are, so are disappointed and return to
I monetary basis' in media representing the market. It is prepared for
tral slates, many mdui'riil: workers from the New their former homes. Then there ii a class who on )
:{ For years it has been the principal plank in' England and middle Atlantic states are reported were money. The Reporter-Star has food in various ways and is found on w.m
never out of a city in their lives and would not knowa
.1' ; the of the Board of Trade and of every Florida-bound the never been able to see wherein the the banquet table as well as in the '
: .. i platform as being during months of/ autumn head of cabbage if they saw it growing and ex- railroad commission had anyauthorIty ,
sort of entree that is
homes forming
: 'I, progressive citizen that Kissimmee's greatest asset and winter not as tourists. bu" a. designingto : pect to make a living from the start by farming and in the Frequently the a
premises. almost
"i', Lake Tohopekaligaand become permanent residents of that tate ol truck After here- of these greatly enjoyed by every-
: ) is her water front upon beautiful growing. coming some farmer gives the editor a bushel of Florida Times-Union.
that this waterfront should be beautified with a genial climate and perpetual floweri.It .. I never go into the country; before coming here they potatoes or some farm product, in body.- -+- ilfsJ'Ji
t is speak of tourist travel for the
early to
yet have drawn their such
imagination to
upon an extent for his The J. Wade Tucker, of Kissimmee
boulevard. exchange subscription. ,
bulkhead i
4 winter, but the improved business conditions in New I that the Garden of Eden would be a disappointment >
f of the boardof newspaper has subscriptions and president of the Everglades Cypress ,
f;,> Now come. a special committee York will undoubtedly contribute strongly to an increased to them. This is the class that usually fill the space for sale. It woulJ require the Lumber,rompany, has invented new

I, j.JI trade and again a report is adopted urging action travel to all the southern states. northern and western papers with false reports re- hair-splitting capacity of a Philadel- br Jt for paving which is made of ii>

t: to i that end. Seems that we have heard of similar The announcement of the establishment of a garding the conditions that exist in Florida. phia lawyer to determine the difference cypress sawdust and hydroline by a

"t! f l reports in the past, reports that even went into national golf club near Jacksonville and the fact As a farming and truck-growing state Florida |\n the commodities from a moral pressure process. It has been carefully -
that Miami has been selected the winter
it all thetI' as is a success. Of course there are a number of crops of view and out the moral tested and to have excellent d
r the matter of cost etc. But through head-I point point seems
( ; quarters oT the Hydroplane and Aeroplane l that are cultivated in the northern and western s
hazard incurred in exchanging qualities. One importantfact
natural condition.Perhaps space wearing
f 1 lakefront still remains in its hon of the United States gives a guaranty that have been
states not yet successfully cultivatedin
for a railroad ticket. The editor of is that it is made from a waste ft
r even this time no action will be forthcom- lovers of these sports will be found in Florida in j I Florida and never will as the climate conditionswill the Reporter-Star hasn't ridden on a product of which an ordinary lumber

t. I Illg.itl great numbers. I I not permit them. But there are enough crops pass in ten years, and is prepared to company produces enough dally to ,'
r that this continuous The beach at Ormond, with its fine facilities for: without these make Florida On
The fact remains however to a success. most pay his fare whenever he goes riding, make 20,000 bricks. Mr. Tucker and
i bobbing up of the question means that the fire is automobile speeding, will not be overlooked, while' any of our flat woods land as much as four crops and from a business point of view his associates have formed a company i+

r', smoldering and will some day break forth into aflame the new national highways running from the Northto can be grown successfully in twelve months and yet would be disinclined to accept trans- under the name of the Tucker Brick

( of action. We may become impatient and the South hAve their routes laid out through the the yield to the four crops will more than average up portation in exchange for space; b- Company with a capital of $100,000. (

I say: "Oh. its all talk. They never do anything." length and breadth of the Peninsular State. with any one of the two crops grown in the northern he doesn't discern any harm in the -Florida Farmer and Homeseeker.
But did to realize that big undertakings Florida seems to have as great attractions to the .
i you ever stop states.A exchange, and is inclined to think that -+-
such as this always require time for crystali- money-seekers as it does for the pleasure-loving few years ago it was said that corn could not those virtuous! gentlemen who do profess KinRimmee has n municipal owned

zation) The fact that the talk persists i proves that sportsmen and its commercial and agricultural! interests be grown profitably in Florida and we do not yet to see harm in it are in the atti- electric light plant. Just of late ft rh

a' I the idea is alive that it will not down. I are growing in a wonderful way. claim Florida as a corn producing stale but as a tude of hte lady who did protest too has has been found that the lights

Some day the lake will be bulkheaded. crop succeeding potatoes or some other crop it much.-Orlando Reporter-Star. could be furnished cheaper than in

k f It is coming as sure as the sun will rise tot LET US HAVE CENSUS FIGURES has proven very profitable to the planter. -00- the past, and a reduction of the rates

: i morrow. But what you and every other reader of The writer has been over a five-acre truck farmin The Clearwater Sun says is a news was the result. Formerly charge of

'Sw I the Valley Gazette should do. if you live in Kist Florida is losing a big element of advertising the winter season--when the land in the North paperman "went bunted and told his 12 cents per kilowatt was charged, '

: simmee or if you have interests here, is to help it right now at the season it will do the most good. was covered with snow and ice-and counted twen- troubles in his paper, more than nine- but the reduction places the rate at 8 uy

-J I along in every way you can. Keep up the talk, if That element is the report of the recent state census, ty-seven different varieties of vegetables growing, ty per !cent of the people would rushto cents per kilowptt. Looks like muni-

r you can't do anything else. Don't let the opponents taken under the act passed by the last session of and all in a high state of cultiation. This planter the office and give him a swift cipal ownership of public utilities ,

of the proposition (thank goodness they are few) the legislature. was growing vegetables exclusively for the local kick." It is nothing new for a news- pays in some towns. The people seem

i f bewilder you with their declarations of immense Florida cities and Florida as a whole is judgedby market hence the great variety, and he made a paperman to have ninety per cent of II to be getting the benefit. Arcadia O

i ; I' cost, of the Utopian character of the plan and the the Federal census of 1910. Commissioner of success of it, too. the people kicking at him, but who' might do well to look into this mat- l

I further claim that there is no way to secure the Agriculture McRae has figures in his office, furnished In Florida, like all other states, there is a varietyof ever heard of a newspaper man going I ter.-Arcadia News.

t F. funds to do the work even if the final cost is to by the census takers of the various counties to soils some more fertile than others, and the man broke III fares the land to hasten I The county commissioners-4- of Osce-

I be paid by the prorepty owners, who have abutting show that on an avfTtTge the Federal census of 1910 who comes here to make a home and a living by ills a cinch, when plunks are so hardto I ole] county have subscriber for 600

property and who will be the direct beneficiaries. is 3Tper cent off of the actual population today. truck farming must be sure and get land that will accumulate that editors get in a I each of the two 'i/ts,

i I We have always liked 'the old saying that "where Florida's population now numbers approximately produce the best crops. But if you should happento pinch.. Kings, goats and gophers may I copies lished in that county for papers the pub-

-. there is a will there is a way," and we believe that one million. get a piece of land that will not produce pleasebe fatten and may fail ; when fools and of sending them out to home-seekers.purpose l

there is a way to get this much-desired improvement. This. much of the precious information was givenout charitable enough not to write back to the nor I food give out they hit the trail. But I They have been doing this for

':, To find that way should be the effort of in )Jacksonville\ during the State Press meetinglast I thern papers that Florida is nothing but swamps and I ye bold pen-pusher-the country I of years, and must find it a profit1 number

.: every loyal believer in the future progress of Kis week by Col. T. J. Appleyard, Stale Printer.He frog ponds especially when your neighbor by his scribe as long as hot air lasts, will able or they would not continue it

;4F simmee.If also gave the information that there are now success through good pudgment and industry has never be denied.-Arcadia Enterprise. from to year.--Gainesville Sun. ..i

: we all talk about this bulkheading proposition more cattle on the open range of Florida than on the proven your report to the papers false. --- I I year +- t'

to r enough and give it the real thought that it deserves open ranges of any state in the Union. Texas not Florida is all right for the industrious, common- Whether Germany is eventually I The county commissioners of Os-

t we will find that way. When we do we will have f\< c|>ted. sense man, but the lazy, shiftless fellow had better winner or loser in the war, and whether ceola county have subscribed for 600

ti ' taken the greatest step forward that we have ever We hope that commissioner of Agriculture Mc- stay where he is, for he will not succeed. the final judgment; convicts her I copies of the county papers for three '

ti i taken in the development of our city. Rae will speed up the wheels of his office so that military of all the offenses charged I months. This busy bunch does that

this valuable information may be given to the worldat against them, or part of them, there I every year and mails these papers '

large just as soon as possible with the official Here's your chance: A Mrs. "Buddie" Burdette. will be no disagreement as to the exemplification throughout the North to prospective

t THE FAKERS ARE COMING-BEWARE stamp of the state thereon. of New York City is carrying a "want ad" in numerous on Germany's part of a immigrants. Who would kick on the ."

'.- Kissimmee and Osceola county will show we Florida papers which reads as follows: marvellous efficiency in the things she DeSoto commissioners doing the same fm

llF '.: ,n.v.':: ; '''Now is come the "winter of our discontent." believe from what little can be learned of the census "I am a widow of 35, a lady by birth. French has set out to do. Nor is it disputedthat thing.-Zolfo Springs Truth. m

rt t i:-> ('" .' The "snow-bird" faker will soon be here. The taken here, a gain of fifty per cent in the last and German. One child of ten, college education, this efficiency-whether it indicates -.-
five also educated in music. Am about five feet seven good or evil for the people who Congressman Joe Sears of Kissimmee -
j\N ,', . cold wintry blasts ere long will send him to the years.
.1 t .: .:. ':.. sunny clime of Florida here to&eek the unwary This is a showing that is worth something as inches dark hair and eye...weight ISO. an experi- practice it.--extends to the minutest failed to connect--in time for the

whom to ply his wits in varied and intricate advertisement of this section of the state. It is a enced horsewoman and hunter. Perfect health; affairs of civil life as well as to the speaking. lie was delayed because of

; r- upon schemes. He has but one goal, and that to showing that we should be make officially know everything about cooking and enjoy house- greatest of German military opera- a washout on the A. C. L. just a few ""ft
separate -
r t the Floridians and those of our visitors who during the winter months while tourists are here work. Very domesticated and very loving and even tions.-Orlando Sentinel. miles north of this town and didn't wS I

succumb to his wiles from their hard-earned cash. even if we can't make it before they come in order tempered. Have had many opportunities to marryin -+- get here till after dinner. But he fa,
j, In
t t the days of 1849 and even later went over to the launching and saw
to let them know just what and the "social circle. but I want "real I
i' The faker comes in various roles and clad in progress our city a man one
; left for California
/ one the ad- many frineds.-Palatka News '
') ,'" t ; varying degrees of seeming honesty. He 1s no respecter county are making. who lives close to nature; one who will think more vice given to the wanderer t

1?' .. of persons. He would just as soon have of his wife than his pet dog or a gambling table. "When first to California was: Not being satisfiied with being president -
you get
CLAUDE MAKES US A GIFT I have only a small income yet I am not lookingfor
w' ybur dollar as that of your neighbor. In the wordsof don't believe a word you hear from of four banks, a land company t

James WhitcombRiley.. he'll get you, if you money; would be contented and happy workingfor the mouth of any living being and' and a cattle company, Arthur E. Don-
'* t don't watch out. The Valley Gazette acknowledges the receiptof such a man. I'm just lonely for kindness and when live there egan has become owner of the Gray-
you a don't be-
K :' ", Probably no business is so affected by these a large wall map of the United States sent but by love from some" one out of that social life which lieve a word you say yourself." Some- stone hotel at Kissimmee. And he'll

fly-by-night individuals as that of the country news the government through the courtesy of Former means so lillie how or other this advice seems pretty make good in .that as he has in every
Congressman Claude LTLngle. Like all other business he has
r papers. government : :- sound even for Florida. There are too engaged In.-St.
Advertising has become such a muchly used affairs it is distinguished by the red-tape attached many glittering generalities floating Cloud Tribune. t

i and muchly abused medium that the fakers have thereto only in this case the red-tape is the real Both the Tampa and Jacksonville/ Chambers of around. Florida must needs get downto -+- i f4a '

; ;i r been quick to take advantage of its growth to ply article tacked to the supporting pole from which Commerce have given their approval to the plan of brass tacks.-Clearwater Sun. Senator Donegan, of Kissimmee

yl their trade. They realize that the average merchant the map .hangs. President D. C. Gillett of the Tampabody.. to advertise -+- besides owning several banks, has R

has not studied advertising closely and that With his usual display of wit. Claude writes as Florida as a whole. He urges a fund of A cullud lady, who philosophizes now purchased a big hotel in that

t'' 1 he views it as a sort of modern miracle which produces follows: $50.000 to be raised by the boards of trade of various 'from habit and cooks from necessity, city. All the senator's political friend. .

gold from paper and ink. The average business Editor the Valley Gazette Kissimmee. Fla. cities and counties the amounts to be fixed on a emits this for our "iditorial" consideration will no doubt drop around and see'S'

t<. man looks upon it with a mysterious awe Brother: The Superintendent of the Folding'Room. basis of population. He figures that to bring the : "Ebery time Ah see two w'im- him when the campaign opens.-Mac- '

I '' which furnishes the atmosphere the advertising of the House of Representaties. United States attractions of Florida befote the people who travel men kl. sln' each other Ah thinks ob Clenny Standard. j
::3 faker most desires. Congress has just written me that I have fiftyninewall would cost on a basis of population by cities, about dat feller Judas Iscarrot. Ah'm sut- The progressive-+city- of Kissimmee

He pounces down upon the business man with maps of the United States remaining to my 10 cents a person; on the population of counties tenly feared ob dese kissin' wimmenan' is to have a winter chautauqua and 4

i this scheme or that most of them with little or no credit for free distribution. about 6 cents a person. He does not suggest any feeds 'em wl I a long spoon." Some artists' festival during the coming

7k merit and with his breezy "I-know-it-all" he Among the good people of Florida I am takingthe popular contribution but many counties of the state wisdom, isn't it?Tampa Times. season, thus offering a delightful l'

&'r creates the impression that advertising is a mysterious liberty of sending you one. with the complimentsof have already adopted that plan and the scheme -+- series of entertainments to its residents .

i iv+ miraculous something over which he has the the people of the United States who pay for it. bids fair to be a winner. Georgia is just now in the Thousands of cattle are being ship and winter visitors.-St. Augustine ,

iic, ; control of a spiritualistic medium. He adds to' the and with the hope that you will hang this map midst 9f, such a campaign to raise a fund of $150.- ped from Florida, and yet the cattle Record.

average man' fearsome attitude and while the poor somewhere on the wall of your working place, so 000 for a similar purpose and it behooves Florida to raising industry is just beginning in

business man is thus hypnotized secures his signature that a sight of it now and then may cause your get busy at once. this state. Just imagine what the in. Kissimmee ha a local band that Y

,' to a contract for advertising in something or chest to expand at the thought of the greatness of : :- dusty will be ten years hence.-Levy will give concerts twice a week ,

tt l 2 other (probably the business man couldn't tell you this money-governed country; and your heart will Times-Democrat. through the season, the city council i;f

; 1 a half hour afterward just what it was himself). throb gently and kindly in remembrance of the "BobHolly, of the Sanford Herald will be -- and public-spirited citizens having '. ,

i i. Usually the slickster fulfills his contract so far as humble medium through which this mural decora- busy this week explaining. Last week. while he attended Sanford is to have a Y. M. C. A. raised a sufficient sum to pay the local ',I I

y ';.;J printing whatever he contracted to print but there tion reached you. the meeting of the "press gang" in Jackson There is yet hope for Bob Holly.- musicians for their. services.-St t%
Yours ville he turned his paper over to the women of the Wauchula Advoca to. Augustine Record. Ij"I';
(. ; is little effort on his part to see that his patrons get fraterially.
town. 0 ;
value received. CLAUDE L"ENGL The cash.system as a basis for do- '
r: .f ', -:-' And all the while the local newspaper is boosting ". -- THE PEOPLE OF MEXICOA ing business is being urged through'the t '

tr, : the town in which the merchant does business. Polk county is to call a bond election at an curiously complex people are columns of the Kissimmee Valley ,I
with its usual philanthropic spirit and even if the early date when the tax payers are expected to ap- "Dixie" that militant weekly presided over by these Mexicans, hybrid of old Spanish Gazette.-Gainesville Sun. y '
t f' bond "Bob" McNaniee and "Charley" Jones in Jack- stock, grafted on an Aztec ancestraltree. {!
merchant is a non-advertiser in its columns he reaps prove a issue of $1,000,000 for good roads. up Ii !f.
+ "" the benefit indirectly. The slogan in that county is permanent highways, sonville has changed from a magazine style to a Their records in picturewritings Editor Naugle making the edi ).J

;? '. We believe, and conscientiously so. that ,the best that can be maintained at a minimum cost and at regular four-page six-column newspaper. Does this like the hieroglyphic of Egypt, tonal page of the Kissimmee Gazette. 'w.
'tit s advertising any local merchant can buy -ib' that the same time provide a means for the farmers to presage the coming of the "Daily Dixie" so often touch time in the dawn of creation both a thing of beauty and a Joy for- I t'1\}>;

printed] in the columns of his home newspaper reach the markets. Good for Polk county. We are threatened by these two journalists? before Abraham left the country of ever.-Tampa Tribune. ;. a

',',' whichis; .read every day or week as the, case may proud that we are her neighbors. : :- \ the Chaldees or Rameses grated to- The Valley G... .I', Lis
? /- J'.the people who live in the territory which -. '"",,--- ward the desert of Sahara and planned boosting" '
organization of Y. M.,
\K r ': ,? the merchant serves But regardless of this the "Armo r" McLaughlin, of Sanford; : has a new The Saturday Evening Post goes Edison one the pyramids. It is a land of C. A. at that place.-Gainesville' San .
"', I ';home ipaper'deserves: : the support of the business name for Fords. He calls them "Tin Lizzies." And better. The "wizard" declared when he inventedthe mystery where moonlight plays

r ri 't '1 Dliaitaterritol7'! : because of the 'fact that it.. is to add literary approval. to the term a writer in the "talking machine" that he wanted to live to sea witchery round ruins that rival in stupendous Some people at Miami are Claming

,. i _" 14 ,kenC year la and yeMttnit. fighting their battles and Saturday Evening, the same name ia one, of! his inventions in every American family. structure Karnae and Palmyra for a Chamber'of Agriculture., :' If

h ; uniting'tir aid in\.the..'prosperity' of( the community fiction,.speaking of the "lin Lizzie: chugging up a Now.:the Post hope to see the day when everyAmerscai -Cassia Moncure Lyne in Southern the necessity is,as' great as pictured
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D' liorhood' "With' Messrs: "'Meyers' 'Mr-MMM NM'... 'e..4..y1MMAY,!Y.t.-/, aW ,MJMIM.MMI. ,MMevn ,"Iexnn.e.......,.,. '. ",. .' ...,...MO n'I' (WH.Wyblk'"! FMY'w MA1,1 o- '<" ' ....

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favor blytwitlb.onof'tbtl best f .
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4 OF COUNTY GETS :GOOD 'PUBLICITY in .tlie'.tate.t 'A, great deal'ot the top 4 \\01'' ; ., .f 4 -# .es. r e w a .wf, e, "'' A.

soil is' a heavy, black' sandy" .loam, t / \, .. ' fj
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:. u Urge pine trees, while In other'places 1

SPLENDID ARTICLE ;and hick; 10'0' .0 .NEWS---, ',t '

HOMESEEKER TELLS OF POSSIBILITIES OF 'THAT'8ECTIONr. ory. W., noted a,' number%f"*,Hen 'I ; '

GOOD RESULT EXPECTED FROM KISSIMMEE MELBOURNE hammock sections growingtthick with 4 u

ROAD AND HOPE HELD OUT THAT RAILROAD CONNECTIONFROM cabbage palms, and on the vast,prai4 :

THIS CITY TO ries, within only. a short distance of ,
i the town, were here and there clamps J
HAVE BEEN MADE BY UNION CYPRESS COMPANY. of palms. A good deal t of this land
-- that I. now on the market will not
extensive drainage facilities. 1
The eastern section of Osceola shop, postoffice and railway station
We visited this section during a sea
Bounty was given a big boost in the the last two being secured when the
,. -- last issue of the Florida Farmer and name of the town was changed from son of excessive rainfall and the ab
.nee'of water standing on the prairie October 25th
j Homeseeker, published at St. Augustine South Melbourne to that of It. founder Monday
lands, as well as the stage of :
in article Water-works
an headed "Deer Park, George W. Hopkins. water in small ditches here and there, .
Florida, Via Hopkins. The article and electric lights are provided by the clearly indicated this fact. The elevation ,
reads as follows: power plant at the mill and electric ,
of the prairie land above the surrounding -
Not current is also supplied to the city of "
a great many of the thousand. hammock, which drains into
of winter Melbourne less than a mile distant >
visitors who tour the East two or three different creeks and from 1'

Coast of Florida during the winter where the best the children of and Hopkins high school enjoy there to the St. Johns river makes it WE cut the cable that binds us to the ancient ,

r season have much of an idea of the grammar appear that the work of the average

' vast expanse of fertile farming lands I facilities. I ditching machine, such as is used by
that are found only a few miles west The big mill plant of the Union many Florida land companies, would method of selling all the goods we can to all the

of the coast almost without exception Cypress company has-a capacity of' suffice. There is al heavy growth of ; . ,
from Nassau to Dade counties. A 50,000 feet of lumber daily t''
cypress the land and noteda
on we
grass people we can at as high a price as we can
of and immense of lath and
K large part ihe route of the Florida an quantity number of native cattle grazingthat

East Coast railway traverses high shingles. The company also operatesa I' were in unusually good condi-

sand ridge along or near the coast completely equipped planing mill tion.

and the traveler who is not familiar and a machine shop. The storage OPT: A CREDIT: : :
An interesting thing in regard to
{ with the character of the country a yards now contain approximately ten
few miles further back is apt to forma million feet of the best cypress lum- this section is that it contains a number -
found in the of farms that have been produc-
ber be
decidedly incorrect impression of to anywhere r
east Florida from an agricultural i United States. Carlot shipments of ing good crops of corn, vegetables of and the modern method of I
adopt selling dependable
rk standpoint. Here and there the railway lumber are continually going forwardto all kinds, and citrus fruits, for thirty ,

c- touches a bit of fertile soil which' various parts of the country, the years or more. The pioneer farmerswere I

is generally in an excellent state of demand for the products of this plant range cattle owners and while merchandise to the public at living prices
they have not made the most of their
in of the
development, but there are miles of being especially good many
eastern cities of the United opportunity, in an agricultural way,
7, sand and scrub growth which the uninitiated large

is very apt to accept as a States. they productiveness have conclusively of the demontratedthe soil. Inmost FOR: STRICTLY: O.a.SEI: :
fair sample of Florida land. The present officers of the Union
cases, commercial fertilizer has
of could be farther Cypress company are George W. Hop-
Nothing course, not been used at all, yet excellent '
from the truth as a trip of two or kins, president; J. M. Clark, vice- yields have been secured. There area

three miles westward at almost any president and superintendent; C. C. number of bearing orange and There will positively be no exceptions to this rule I
point along the coast will convincethe Burgess, secretary and treasurer, andF.
the former
grapefruit greves, mostly ,
S. Meyer, of the commissary -
most skeptical. It is literallytrue manager
in the that
vicinity invariably produce
that there are million. of acres department.The a quantity of ery fine fruit. Some of and here is our apology'F ,

of undeveloped land in east Florida log train makes two rounds the said
orange groves are seedlings-- .
just beyond the range of the car win- trips daily to the big cypress timber, to be more than thirty years old, and IJ
dow. The writer will not attempt the pulling a combined freight and passenger contain trees whichwe '
they enormous Ib Granulated $1.00 2 Banner Corned Beef .35
t' difficult task of saying where the best car for the convenience of residents saw on a previous visit to this 17 Sugar cans ; i

lands in east Florida are located other of Deer Park where it touchesen section loaded with fruit of an unus- Ib Granulated .50 1 .20 ';
M 8 Sugar 1. can Kingan's Tope. 1
than to say that practically every route, as well as numerous farmers u.lIyfine flavor. Of course the day

county has some of the best. In the along the line of the railway. The of the free cattle in this !
range vicinity"is 5lb Brown Sugar .25 1 can Kingan's Roast Beef .20
following we shall relate briefly some early train is due to leave Hopkins at passing and it is doubtless due to 'I

of the things we saw in the upper St. 6:30: a. m., and by making an extra- that fact that &
Hopkins Kempfer 10 Ib pail Lard Compound 1.10 14 glass Dry Beef .12 :
4 Johns country on a recent trip to that ordinary effort, we were on hand to have been able to secure a numberof '_'j. ; ,.
section. Our objective point was Deer I make the trip to Deer Park at the invitation "
these old farms in their cultivated 50c pail Lard Compound .45 1.2 glass Dry Beef 0
Park in of of W. II sales ,
,I a new town a tract 104,000 Meyers, agent condition, to sell to new settlers.Mr. .
of Ifigh-class farming land owned for the Hopkins lands and owner himself -
acres ,
Kempfer has erected a very attractive White Salt Meat .131-2 3 cans Oysters .25
y?' by George W. Hopkins, of Hopkins of a good sized tract in this sec-
home in Deer Park, frontingon
ti Florida, and situated in the western tion. Only a short distance west of .18 3 '
a bearing orange grove that is in fancy Smoked cans; Soup .25
{ part of south Brevard county and the Hopkins we emerged from the pinewoods
excellent condition. An important
eastern part of central Osceola to a vast prairie, miles in ex- I
'thing in which all of Deer Park is Bulk Lard .11 3 cans; Chili Con Came .25
county, from ten to twenty miles west tent, containing some of the bestFarming ,
interested is the construction of
of the famous Indian river. These lands that may be found in now the' Melbourne-Kissimmee highway, 1-21b can California Peaches .20 1-2 Pink flat Salmon -.10
,' lands are being placed on the market Florida. A large area of this land I is ,
by W. H. Meyers of Melbourne, one of dark sandy loam underlaid with a leading from Melbourne on the east .1,2
coast:, to Klsslmmee, the county seat 21-21b can Green Gage Plums .20 1.2 Red Hat Salmon ,
the best known land salesmen on the clay subsoil. There are a few poor
east coast. spots here and there but most of it i. of Osceola county. The Melbourne
road district recently voted bonds in 15c Sliced California Peaches .12 10c can Tuna FlSb. .07
'k To go to Deer Park we left the mainline first-class. The bulk of it needs but

of the Florida East Coast Railway one thing,to make it ideal for agricultural the sum, a of large$150,000 part for of road which improvements will be 15c can Gooseberries .10 3 pkgs Mince Meat t ..2.5,1 4

at Hopkins, the home of the big purposes and that Is drainage. ,

t' mill plant of the Union Cypress cam- However, it Is apparent that that deficiency Spent bridge on over this the highway St. Johns. Including river. For a, 15c can Blackberries: -. ,; 5o '3 pkgs Post.Toasties : J''i.\ -' '..2531bs ;':

pany.a busy little city with a freight will be remedied in the near '

%' tonnage that is the envy of neighboring future. This entire section is located some had gangs time.of past'workmen Osceola: ditching county and has 15c can,Main' Pack Corn '- .10 Bla'.J''e Peas ."',,-1 j\t.j\':- '.r!<'I;.,.' ..-'".: '.25. ?f.,
towns of three times its size. Four within what is known as the Upper St.
a years ago Hopkins didn't exist Out Johns Drainage District extensive re- grading meet the a road road from from Melbourne.Kissimmee! This to 10c can good Corn, 3 for .25 3 Ibs Navy Beans; .25. '

in the neighborhood of Jane Green clamation plans for which are now in

swamp there were millions upon millions the hands of the noted drainage engi- road Park.passes When through completed the town it will of Deer un- 10c can good Peas, 3 for .25 31-2 Ibs fancy Head Rice .25 '

-\ of feet Of No.1 cypress lumber neer,.Isham Randolph of Chicago. The

I but the problem of cutting it up and district was declared sometime ago in doubtedly of Florida's be one cross-state of the most highways important 15c can Sifted Peas. ..12 10 Ibs Hudnuts .Meal' .25 .a

getting it in condition ot market 'was accordance with the laws of Florida.It .

something more than the ordinary comprises between three and four annd times will of handle the year.a lot of There traffic is at also all 15c can Preserved Strawberries .10 10 Ibs Hudnuts Grits .25

saw-mill man would care to tackle. hundred thousand acres and its affairsare

? I Mr. Hopkins has owned the land for being looked after by Col. FrankL. the strong next reason very to few believe years,that the within Union tab can Table Peaches.10 7 Ibs Green Coffee 1.00 Y
time and Bills of Melbourne of
some was pasturing large as president t
Cypress company's railroad will be
herds of cattle upon it. After some the board of drainage commissioners 3-lb can Pie Peaches .10
extended either to St. Cloud or Kis- 8 Ibs good Ground Coffee 1.00
negotiation he interested the Clark with Ames A. Barlow, of Cocoa, and J.
simm_. This railroad has already .
Brothers of Alexandria, Louisiana, N. Whitner of Sanford, as associates.The 3-lb can Pie Apples. .10 a
been constructed for a distance of 40c( White House Coffee .35
? experienced saw-mill men, and as a engineer's plans contemplate canals -
i I result the Union Cypress companny of sufficient capacity to carry off about twenty-five of miles several and miles an madein additional lOc bottle Sweet Pickles, 3 for .25 rof

was formed, and work began on the the surplus water from the area above survey 40c Royal Palm Coffee .35
the direction of those two citiesTaking ,
building for the new town of Hopkins, mentioned during those seasons of the lOc bottle Sour Pickles, 3 for .25 1

T, which was then known a. South Melbourne year when the rainfall is apt to be all circumstances into con- 35c Cracker boy Coffee .28 '
sideration, it appears that the future 15c bottle Sweet Relish .10
it being just across Crane heavy.A -
development of Deer Park and sur-
Creek from Melbourne, one of the run of a little over an hour from 35c Primero Coffee .28
rounding country is assured. .25
leading towns of Brevard county that Hopkins brought us to Deer Park. 7 cans Potted -
This section of country is a paradise -
a4. has within the past two or three The town is about two years old, and Caroline Bell Coffee .25
for the sportsman. Deer wild Vienna .45 -
6 Sausage
years become noted for its hustling was established, in the beginning, cans
and wild duck
turkey, quail are numerous -
progressive spirit. more as a turpentine camp than with\ while the fresh water fishing 24-lb sack Flour 1.00 12-lb sack Pillsbury flour .50
Pillsbury -
It was no small job to put the Union the idea of making the market town
-'L 4 is as good as the state of Florida af ,}'
Cypress company in operation condi- and shipping point of an agricultural fords. ,l'J: c'
tion. The first thing was the erection section. Prior to this time po effort
We made the back to
of three score Or more dwellings tot had been made to add to the population trip Hopkinslate
in the afternoon. At small culvert Soldiers.
a Soldiers not M
house the three or four hundred employees of the town or encourage the de-
,, their families. A just west of the St. Johns river,
and commissary velopment of the adjoining farm land.

a general office building a The firm of Hopkins & Kempfer we stopped to take water for the en Our delivery man has change---So have we.
When Fireman Ace Dean
T built of frame and gine. .
t boarding house, which includes Mr. Hopkins and his
1, the big mill plant of steel were all son-in-law, W. H. Kempfer, conducts climbed down by the tank with a suction ? .

finished during the year 1912. At ,the the commercial enterprises and owns hose, he yelled to Engineer Dave

"' same time sixteen or eighteen miles of the townsite of Deer Park. Thep operate Olden for a hook. Dave passed him

standard gauge railroad with track quite an extensive naval storesbusiness the hook and he neatly speared a

; connections with the Florida East and a large general store, monstrous snapping turtle of the va- Monday Oct. 25th-Strictly Cash
that when isa
Coast railroad at Hopkins were built in which is Located the postoffice in riety properly prepared ,

/ almost due west, bridging the St. charge of Mr. Kempfer. Deer Park table delicacy Meanwhile Super- \..
intendent J. M. Clark in
John. marsh and river with a three has a public school and a good hotel. was trolling v
:r t' thousand foot trestle into the edge of Mr. Myers, the sales agent for Deer the railroad ditch beside the track, at ;\

4.. .f . the big timber. When the mill plant Park land, maintains an office in the but after getting one strike was unsuccessful n n M r l'
: l"1. Dave Olden took the line
.f .[was equipped with the most modern town as well aa at Melbourne. Mr. i
'. ..machinery known to the trade, lum- Meyers i is a practical Florida land and after trolling it back and forth
; K s;
e;. V',ber storage yards laid out withelevat4 man and farmer. Years of experience a few times, landed fine specimenof TAYLR'S r
l' tramways a couple of locomotives : with Florida lands have made big-mouth black bass, weighing
fully six ounda.I. .
: 'and; a train logging cars provided him thorough ly familiar with various

," forth railway as well as skidder and kinds of soil and the best methods of I. This sort of thing is not uncommon .,

.camp'equipment for woods, the) Union growing ,fruit and vegetable, crops. in-the fresh water in' the vidtity of .. ... J

.:Cjprssa'.,-company was) ready,:to ''do H,; is the. kind of a salesman,who the upper, St. Johns. Oftentimes .a :!

'b1Ul1D..with an Investment of about prefers to get his informadonsfllrst- novice at,.the fishing. game 'wilt landa I-tIp"t 915' 0' IS' Stewart Ave. i

l" half. a.million ,dollars. hand through Ms own actual experi dozen V f these fine bass in an hour's i one . ' "

",I t' Since""the,beginning- :operations, ence. time Deer. wildturkey,. quail and <$" "i...
.t "Hopkins1"" "'"',added "s drag store, :yf. spent several boors .going over ducks- are qulte,'plentltuJ .la this sec- .. .' ,,,-; <' l

: ; .l'1 "" church/. 'moving::1 picture>> show, barber I a. considerable'.....;oftb.,land,i to the ....,(CoIItf_.. .D.1PagenEtgLtJrl. . . '""keYhYaAa'f ; f .i' '. .-

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{ II .# Society Notes < # ; ; !I (Continued from ,Pa .rOa..) (r (Continued from Page One.) : ((Continued,from Par:* One.)

but;, In m.ny'cu. -incorrectly.: Tb. wrick made it Impossible for forward passes, Beuter was shoved irjjH

), (? Belle Harris. Editor.) following' yields' " I\by, the soriville, Fla., general! manager. The over for the first touchdown after ,

''r .' I Florida Citrus Exch n.-J' r and are following !I. the personnel of the boardof about four minutes of play. Tiller :

Gazette to serf Item doubtless as .near' altthenUc"as" possible directors: Mr. L. S. Light, of Red- failed to kick goal.
l of the Valley
,3-:: Request is made to aD patrons '
> ; off and Regero received .
f fr, ': dick, Fla.; Mr. W. K. Ilaile, of Jack- t Sanford kicked
: society events to the Editor for publication in the.te columns I 1908-19094,634681, boxes .sonville: Fla.; Mr. L. Majewskl, of the ball on Kissimmee's 35-

", 1909-19106,180,798 boxes Monticello Fla.j Mr. J. M. of yard line, gaining about five yards
. . . ; MefTert,
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.... . . . .
..'. . . . several
F:'tt ; sIOIOi IOI 0 tOloieisiBiBiBfCYCLE ", .rT' - 1910-1911 ____u 4,366,497' boxes Ocala, Fla.; Mr. R. P. Barfield, of (I before he was downed.

i TEAS BEGIN the different members ,for good done 1911-1912----4,708,360 boxes Perjrine. Fla.; Mr. W. A. MacWilliamsof ,| successful forward passes and line

'I The first of a series of "Cycle( ] Tea through the summer.Rofrenhments 1912-1913uu8,125,465 boxes St. Augustine, Fla.; Mr. W. II. '(plunges] Carson was put over for the Estate .

', 1 of hot ton and nuke 1913.1914-71',51,514 boxes of Fla. Mr.J. second touchdown before time was
'. ;:, for the benefit of the Childrp,, Home Brophy, Crystal Springs, ;
.; i.a Society of Florida was given Thursday were ser<< \cd after the meetmir( Plinth 1914-1915!) ____ ---9.570,311 boxes D IIerrin, of Jacksonville, Fla., and called in the (first quarter, ten mini -

'( ,::v afternoon by Mrs. .1. !>1. WIII o". was served during the evening Mr. J. P. Hewitt:, of Jacksonville. Fla" i i ute quarters| being ]plal'ed. Beuter
The extensive! campaign for better I '
Those Mrs W. H Makin- A pastoral play is Laing rchearwd l with an executive. committee composed failed .to kick goiil.

,, t, eon, Mrs.present.were M. Katz, Mrs..1. I L. t O\er-) and will be presented early in Novrmher care and improvement of citrus of Mr. L. S. Light, Mr. U. J. Her- I Sanfords' lust touchdown was made
that has been carried
1 strete, Mrs. C. W. Griffin, :Mi.1,, .1. groves on by rin and Mr. W. J. Haile. I at the end of the second quarter, and
.I- IIII IIHOL various agencies in the state duringthe | was really made after time was up,
,t. I Griffin, Mrs. Will Gilbeit.; Mis E E. few will show The object of the Florida Market- .
I AL 'NKICHItOKS(; ) past years very the referee failing to heal the timekeeper ,i
I t Naugle and Mrs Henry Aultmnn. satisfactory results this in the ing and Distributing Bureau is as follows BargainsT i
The Kd-ola Camp of (the Royal season call time. The touchdown was
\ On Tuesday of next wc-eR\ Mis: (lv-) excellence of the : This : To obtain better. results for I
entertained \ average crop. i number of plays
:Neighbors: were Monday { made by Pope after
t t erstreet, Mrs. J. J. Griffin Mrs. Will, with the financial the. growers. They are in touch wit.hover
together improved
will evening l hy Miss Helen Sawyer and i I around left tackle Sanford failed toI
t Gilbert and Mrs. Henry Aultman conditions throughout the country, 6,000 firms in the southern territory -
Miss Lavinia Wenner at their homeon I kick goal.
a give teas. On Wednesday Mrs E. : and this
1-.1 Bryan street.. The house was and the thorough. advertising campaign territory comprises I I In the third quarter after about six
; Naugle will be hostess; on the population of about twenty-nine
which the Florida Citrus Exchange
tastefully decorated in yellow and minutes of play Murrell, of Sanford
I I' Mrs. Hyatt; on Friday. Mrs. W. million people. They find that this I
has and will
black, carrying out. the idea of !Hallow inaugurated carry scored the second touchdown. for the t -
Makinson and Mrs. Lane Paulk.I the winter territory has not been getting their
on during season ahead
'een. Two contests were Seminole and Sanford
T ;\ 'r Mrs. Willson was named secretary enjoyed in which guessing Mrs. E. E. Wells is most. certain to result in a strong full share <)t fruits and vegetables, kicked goal county, which boys gave them the II Real Bargain in centrally located
'I P, and Mrs. Naugle treasurer of the and they will be able to htis
demand for citrus fruit with correspondingly supply city property fronting brick
I won a receiver in the shape of a cat margin of one point which won the t
"teas. good prices for the grow trade this coming season, and will be
i cakes and Miss Alberta ]Hopson a book of game. paved Broadway.
refreshments of tea and
Light in a position to ship from half-bushel]
I ers. t
stories. A buffet luncheon The fourth stand-off,
was was a
ghost quarter
served at each of the teas and 190 foot front 140
were feet
crates to carload lots in citrus fruits deep
r served. Mrs. M. A. Sawyer assistedthe The_ new brand name of the Exchange the ball being in the middle of the ;
the plan as outlined by the Children's hostesses in serving. Those present "Sealdsweet," together with and vegetables. They get a daily report -' field during most of the play. cask. price, corner lot, 50 feet at q "

Home Society is as follows-: must were Mrs. M. A. Sawyer, Mrs. M. the familiar trade mark, will be advertised of all shipments going out of the 'I The officials were-P. K. Weaver, $50 a front ft.; balance $40 front
Somebody in each city or town
southern and will
i lead the movement we suggest Munger, Mrs. Cotterman, Mrs. Wal- extensively throughout the state to territory, umpire; Chittenden, referee; Dudley foot. 0.. block and a haM from
I.' Mrs. Miss Alberta middle west and eastern states, and it be in a position to know what each Glenn
ling, Savage, Hop- timekeeper.
Teas Club"for I' site blocks
the forming of a "Cycle of market needs. new postoffice ; two t
This feature will
son, Miss McCoskey, Mrs. J. S. MillIard is predicted that the results of such one Kissimmee's schedule for the remainder -
your town-the chairman and from school hoa. and churches t""
lot relieve
to the
help a congested ;
advertising will be worth several is follows
and Mrs. E. E. Wells. of the season as :
the first
treasurer to be selected at 1 times the cost to the growers of Flor- situation in the northern and eastern October 23--Bartow here. close in to railroad depot. I
of rf
send the
tea. Please name your I :
markets that has occurred heretofore.
PRISCILLA CLUB ida generally. October 29-Orlando at .
L chairman and treasurer to Supt. Marcus The United States Property witkin two blocks is '
.' ). C. Fagg so that he can supply Mrs. M. J. Stout very delightfully Very little fruit will be shipped out Marketing depart- November 6th-Plant City here.
'. with t.he' literature, etc.r entertained the members of the Pris- of the. state before the 1st of November. ment will keep them posted daily as November 12th-Sanford here.ThanksgivingBradentown held at $ISO a front foot '
you necessary I
V Then all need to do is to give cillo Embroidery club last. Saturday The definite stand recently taken to the carload markets and prices. at Bra- 1
I They are also members of the }Florida
I r a tea at your home or church or clubor i afternoon at her pretty new bungalow by the United States government authorities dentown.

lodge to, we will say seven, of in North Kissimmee. The after- will have an excellent effecton Growers and Shippers League of this t The teams lined up as follows in the.

1 f I your friends--each of whom when invited noon was very pleasantly spent sew- the practice of shipping immature state and the transportation chargeson game at Sanford: A grove of about twenty-five
all classes of to all
ing and chatting Dainty refreshments fruit, which has prevailed less Kisaimmee
r will be asked to bring a dime more or Sanford
consists i of 14SOtrees.
points and any overcharges occuringwill 4'
) for the benefit\ of the Children's Home were served. Those presentwere during previous years, much to the Full Back J. Murrell Carson
?i i Society of Florida-and-(this is the Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Mrs. II M. detriment. of the industry. be handled by them without any Quar Back M. Spencer Beuter This includes about 100

It important thing, so do not. overlook Itt. Pfann, Mrs. T. J. Woodall, Mrs. R. D. inconvenience to the shipper Rt. Half B. Pope W. Tiller grapefruit and several tangerines

''j i please) and each one of your seven Giuce, Mrs. Mary Waring, Mrs. W. J. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICE The Florida Marketing and Distributing Lt. Half II. Washbun Regero mandarins, kumqnats, etc. It

l R will the : Tyner, Mrs. H. E. Colton, Mrs. Sarah Bureau charges a nominal fee Center C. Brown Lawrence
guests promise following There will be devotion and confession also include. 100 late grapefruitand +
week to give a tea at their home or Cahoon, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs.H. Saturday at. 7:30: p. m., Oct. 23. of ten cents package for handling, Rt Guard G. Arthur. Arnold]
H. Huff, Mrs. H. W. Morrow, Mrs.E. and if would like to have nore trees (extra early
(\ lodge or church-to seven of their Mass Sunday at 8 a. m. If any other grower Lt.. Guard Wickham Bass
:i friends, each of whom will bring a A.' Lancaster, Mrs. J. J. Woodall, services, they will be announced later. the services of the Florida Marketing Rt.. Tack Meredith AnstedLt. a.d extra )late) which kave jut

dime and promise to give a tea to Mrs. E. J. Redwood, Mrs. Lane Paulk Bureau they should get in touch with Tack N. Green CooperRt. been lei out The remainder of

1 ; i seven of their friends the third week Mrs. J. M. Cochrane, Misess Lillie' them at once. They will also handleall End Roumillat JohnsonLt. 45 acre ii all fenced, is practically
Reikart, Ruby Whidden Dollye Al- TARE YOU RHEUMATIC? farm produ cts such hay, grain,
each of these seven friends to give a as End P. Ezell: Bullock all suitable for citrus culture
tea the fourth week (which ends the ford, Nina Bratton, Kate Lasley. The peanuts, etc. r

: cycle) to seven friends, each of whom club will meet with Mrs. Guice next. Respectfully yours, attend the. truck growers meeting tomorrow and the pasture land is well ,

"' \ 1 will bring a dime, but (do not overlook Saturday at her home on Park street.. Many Pangs That Paaa for Rheumatism J. P. HEWITT. Saturday, but will attend. the timbered.

l. \; rl! this) but you will not need to * Are Really Due to Weak LATER-A telegram was received next meeting two weeks hence. He A good sized putty and a r
/ .
r ask their seven friends to give a tea, EPWORTH LEAGUE Kidneys.Is this morning that General Manager is general manager of the Fla. Mar- of
great variety other fruits. 70
2 for the cycle closes in the fourth week. The regular conncil meeting of the. Hewitt is ill and will not be able to keting and Distributing Bureau.

r . Senior Epworth League was held it rheumatism ? loquat trees, same number catley

e'- CAMPFIRE GIRLS Monday evening at the home of Mr. Not every pain is. guavai and common variety.

k A' The Campfire Girls held a ceremonial and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman on Sumner Weak kidneys let uric acid collect.

i ', meeting Wednesday afternoon street. After the business meeting Uric acid causes many queer pains.In Peaches pears, plums, bananas -

, .t the home of Miss Violet Bullock, ..a social hour followed and dainty the thigh it's sciatica; grapes, lemons, limes, mangoes -

)p e on Clyde avenue. refreshments were served. Those In the back lumbago; i a very large paper sheD pecan ;

Mrs. Howard Katz has been chosen present were Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman In the nerves, neuritis; /r tree that bore 150 pounds of d
;) ,tM guardian! and president ,at _ther Misses! Ella Mae ,Gilbert, Cecelia Gout, gravel, dropsy are uric trouble nut last fall. Deep well with

fi? : eenjrvMany.beada;: . Overstreet, Ruth Clark Nina Bratton, ,.
d r of honor were won by Parah Clark aryl Mattie Belle Harris. When you suspect the kidneys use wind mill and tank; water piped .(

, 'd Doan' Kidney Pills.- I tv to house and bam yard. '
LOCA'iuITE-M-S--u; The home-recommended remedy. Several cows, horses and pigs, ;
B Itr'' : Kissimmee testimony is! the best
; C ADDITIONAL proof. Read this Kissimmee man's large flock of chickens. All farming -

story: 43t$ { implements, mowing machine, ,
'PS past.o--::; ?
-I: i \ Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, KisRimmee to spend the winter. During J. B. Dilard, Emmett St., Kissimmee hone rake, wagon, surrey and f'

r' r i\iii t ; terday from Presbytery. at Crystal the summer months Mr. Fleming says: "I was laid up for eleven single barr t

; ) the Presbyterian church returned! yes- visited Athens. Ga., and made a trip. months with sciatic rheumatism and y

,I ,V" River and reports a good meeting to San Francisco, where he attendedthe h physician said the trouble was Seven-room house with bath-

? .f. The growth of the churches In the exposition He also visited the brought on by disordered kidneys. I room; large hall and three large

t 1 bounds of the Presbytery has been exposition at San Diego and Yellow- was in about as bad shape as anyone'could porches. House and yard shadedby

very gratifying. Dr. Witherspoon will stone Park. He traveled extensively be. I had taken almost every
about dozen oaks
1f'' a large ornamental
t fill hi. pulpit Sunday at the usual through the west, but declares that kind of medicine the doctor. had pre ,

:t. hours. he is glad to be back in Kissimmee scribed, but didn't get any results. I n. *'k d k shrubbery in yard. J

"r' >>, The Waters &: Carson Grocery Co., gaain. finally used Doan's Kidney Pills and I / Two large palm trees. ;

l is preparing to adopt automobile den D. G. Wagner and family spent. I noticed their good effect right away. Located two miles from

''r; livery. An auto truck has been purchased Sunday afternoon in Orlando and call- Six boxes made me feel ever so much 'S- "

i ; ':r. ;, and a neat. body is now being ed on the Rev. S. W. Lawler at. Dr. better." schools and churches, in

1 c l painted ready for use. This company .< McCuen's hospital there. Dr. Lawlerwas Price 50c, at all') dealers. Don't the thriving growing town of Kis-

I I',' f"' does a large retail business in getting along nicely and prepar- simply ask for a kidney remedy>-get simmee, Florida, the place according
to return to his hime here this Doan's Kidney; Pills that that
ing same
wholesale and the addition
t( addition to to state statistics, with t i
; of the automobile will week. Dr. Lawler, I it will be remem- Mr. Dilard had. Foster-Milburn Co., Cole Co.
; p delivery greatly Jewelry the lowest death rate in Florida.
rp ,;, aid in prompt service to its custo- bered, was operated on for appendicitis. Props., :Buffalo, N. Y. r o
fi Mr. Wagner stated that he also Price
:?. jners. __ __ u $25,000. Terms
saw Ross Graves, who was operatedon '
Forty-one members of the Kissimi. '
at the same hospital and he is recovering F.
;i.,\ mee Moose Lodge in eight automobiles -
t went to Orlando Wednesday I
.. ; 1 ,
night to attend a banqyet and reception Small truck farm about two f 4
Wait Paint
k given at the Orlando Moose PRESCRIPTIONS acres, in city limits; two flowing
t + home. They report a great time. The -- ''
wells small '
house fine track
new furniture. for the local Moose There are painters nad waiters. ;

( i home has arrived and the home is to Which am I going to dot Faint or land. Price $1,500. ,

t r, be completely redecorated and re- wait ? That's Our Basineu, So Mach So That We Are Known As
painted. Which is better?
!) How much am I worth with my 1'THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE'PURE"
Mrs. H. E. Cole was operated on at A number of homes in
? How much if I ranging
t prpperty waiting I
:. the Gordon-Keller hospital in Tampa
? Will house be worth price from $1,000 to $5,000. ,
ji Monday and i is getting along nicely, paint my mOl DOCTORS LIKE OUR
or less i it I paint? Write for particulars and
l j METHODSAn prices.
tv'k' according to reports from Dr. Helms, r
I Say it costs $2 gallon DevoeIwouldn't ACCURACY SUPREMEOur
T ; who is in charge of the case. Mr. a DRUGS experienced, registered
'\ Cole went to Tampa Sunday and re- paint any ot.her-and $3 or pharmacist only is allowedto and

s 'i( ned over Monday, returning. Mon $4 more for putting it on: That's $50or Purity in drugs is vastly compound prescriptions in in accuracy filling prescriptionshave promptness J

-; \ day evening. The many friends of $60 a 10-gnllon job. more important than even this store. We insist on following favorable V ..
won us a decidedly -
..l 11. :Mr. and Mrs. Cole hope to soon hear The money is gone. Is it in the purity in foods, because when the doctor's orders to reputation in this ,
.1 I Ir house? Is it all In the house ?
sickness the full the most exact It
of her complete recovery. comes effectof point. '
r community. You can sendus
; S \ Suppose I were selling; what should the medicine the
must be had. gives physician -
Letters sent out from Kisfim'mee the doctor's orders
/ ,' + were I
I get for that house fresh-painted and OUR DRUGS to know that he and
,a',> this week by Congressman W. J. what should I get for it needing- ARE PURE th. rest content on getting the DRY AN. +
fJ patient can rely on us at ra
\ Sean and Attorney G.' P. Garrett toM very best of service.
paint? all Ume to ..
give prompt ser
> members of the Alpha Tau Omega
4 I wonder why men paint 'before I vice ',
'. fraternity of Florida urging them to .selling! 1,

/gtt.nd.the meeting of the association DEVOE.W. .

/tat Jacksonville November 6th and 6th. B. Maktnaon Co. sells it. REALTY

A xr: Sean Is..honorary president of the DRUG
M, :.//ft-, .tat. ,.association! "and %r. Garrett la Y
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eecretarr./Ther.. g' toeetJng in JackJjLfi Talc Oror t '"
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c, l lHnY Je .. " } Saturday eTen- "ne Old Standard OtovVa Tasteless .r' o1f.' ,. ..., )..
: November 6th'with-a big: banquet ehI1I Toofcj .ieequally .rateable noGenetal a SAM C. RAGSDALE, fresUeat Kissirnmee YA Fla. ?<'1
.. Toniobocans\ It contains the .. ,, .. ;" ;
+rt' t '- .SeminoJ HotAE Congressman well known tusk ptopertiaeofOTJlNINB ..

\ 6ea' ':"W rpr.atde ."f t oIitmaster.:- and moll.:"lTe tsM tbeUver. Drives. .. .' .1,' .' II, >'. t!:'Iit''" "I'*"s.." .11;rti$.,'a.>h t. .
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4 ,W.1'. 'a/ Crawford, returned(Wednesday r\.I.r./: "JIoI! .tate; CMDltst. New Jockeycapnrat': ; : ;: '.,the ,Family' 1nor4)4ats) 'thiFmily. .:istole., \srf' far ant'e'l' "
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.- : ,from, bnriaeas.trip to Na.hTill-r i : 'Tallahassee" andaj 'Store.* .Are there. net t"UU, son* others"",who

L.err. .h. a .zEIsiyavlalrRw Pensacola ,and .Jacksonville. >u : epf* 't! *Sunday IhenL\ Capti;' Rose. is S. Mr Clawson.'of Cincinnati, spelt, 'ought 1'W 'Join tmomV' i ne/Jpl '\'the\ .'; uryfdaytachooluot.Klei ,
.. ....... .. one of th.'tormet KU- ".
.. Mr. and Mr..3. L. Sunday, of Pine simmoe'arid' Wednesday In th"'elt" n business., -\.iJ'M. JSoaV .,

I' Castle, were. visitor J In .the eUy:,last. metmany ,of hi* old. : 'It.' 'So yValfer oJf day. school Is certainly.,,a*,:good-place "

''I I . .. .. ." .. .0.,..r. .+.d. ... ... Friday, having motored'down in their '..friend,.... h ue.1 a-; ....J*. ,1 J /r.Mr ;. 'I f-';L f'',.> ainongther'veitors; ( ":.AkronOhio'. from. ( ''riorthsrn, was. tor,gofor 'the* increase: ; f jofBiblical .IIt'"PutUnr-1t\ Off 'till to"tiibrro -'

car: ,e I' and Mr., Roll Overstreet arethe states .In.( th.'!: 4 Wednesday, kaowledgeland for.'other,.. 'good. Jnflu-. ** "
Lot city on : > tfJ jn Vf jf /, "I ' w tt hefthcr jarfsiomor ,
rih ; i proud parents of a iin4 daughmter eecee; .. ..,,,... ,_ '.:", ._.. : -
Field R. H. Ludlam returned ... L ,
Tuesday '" Charles Doll, representing IJ.: A ..< .. .". ."" ", _. "(; .._ ; 1 i'\J .Vhere
: born lat. week at h. h of Mr. ( feconoriiy
evening from business to Mil- .
trip, .
a II Overstreet's father .F ".Lawson in W. B. Drew; ,company, of ,Jacksonville, Df,...Iid )lrst;Jl?4. J.f.v1tt..;d cI*

len; Savannah and other 'point in Kissimmee. Mother, and, if .babe ,are was a visitor in, the city on'Wednes cage,..ha,:e...taken, apartment! * !b. 'l i I I ,
Georgia. 'building :
Valley Gazette :, Dr. Leavittexpects
getting along nicely! day.W. to begin the practice of his .. .
The friends of Mis Lorene
many H..Arnold who has been bles' ' tilt v
Donegan will be glad to know that A good-sized delegation of local ( very profession here, specializing, ..the'treatm ,.pncs,
Weather at the Osceola hotel' for several 0
ReportFollowing she is much Improved from a severe Elks went to Orlando last night to at. is be nt of eye, ear, nose and throat, Msaallyy unIess'sk-t'to;, .. ,
day, reported to a little im
attack of acute indigestion. tend the ceremonial cession of the proved. diseases. .correct them.?: arc.iaken.Why ;: .

lodge there, at which seven candidates*
tures and precipitations are daily tempera- Leslie Doyle, B. P. Whidden and H. were initiated. The Sanford lodge Miss Inei Carson returned Tuesday Herbert Brooks, who has been'head not be ;SURE .,
as reported I. Dillard, of Kissimmee, stopped at soda. dispenser at ,Jacob. in Atlanta' *" '
by Government stationat came down in large numbers and puton from Lake Cithy where she has been that! ,,,g4ur'Lafe eyesight 'Is, +
Kissimmee for the week end- the Royal last nigbt.-Tampa Tribune the work. visiting friends at Columbia college, Georgia, for a number of years, cpent 1

ing October 21: (Tuesday.) of which she is a graduate. several days here this week at the ? A

Max. Min.: Rain E. Fire of unknown origin partially destroyed Palace Drug Store. Later in the /
G. Vans returned last
Friday __ ____ 90 74 Agnew a dilapidated vacant house Rev. A. J. Holt, C. A. Carson andJ. week he went to Orlando where he W. ..
from Jacksonville where he Harry Grady
Saturday __ __ 88 72 .09 Friday alongside the A. C. L. railroad near M. Willaon, Jr., have been in St. will have charge of the soda and soft ,
attended the of
Sunday __ ____ 82 72 .26 associations. meetings the press Captain Johnson's property Tuesday Cloud this week attending the We drink department of the Lucerne' Reg, ur.4 o. s .w e "

Monday __ ____ 85 72 night between 11 and 12 o'clock. The kiva Baptist Association. They returned ,I Pharmacy, recently purchased: by Sam N*. a Duu.-A..,

Tuesday __ __ 85 68 Mr. and Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown returned fire department was called out and Thursday evening. G. Ragsdale, of the Palace, and whichis '

Wednesday ..88 70 2.18 last Saturday night from Ohio extinguished the blaze. Rev. A. M. Chisholm was called to managed by J. D. Woodbeck, for- aI

I, Thursday ____ 84 70 and Pennsylvania, where. they spent Pine Castle Wednesday to unite in merly of this city.
the summer months. Don't forget the "Japanese Bazaar"
matrimony Mr. Ralph C. Macy and
./ Friday, Oct. 22, afternoon and night .
...0.0000000..0000000000000Fire Bartow Dutton is now visiting rela- Miss Cleda Hermann, who will make ',
Hand painted articles of every kind, I
tives in Sylvania, Ga, where he is their home in Pine Castle. I
insurance, taxes paid. See A. guaranteed to have been made in 7
E. Drought New River Building. SOtf enjoying himself, according to advices Japan. Tea and sandwiches, 5c. Sand Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosin have taken

t Prices lowest at the Family Store. received by friends.Mr. wiches 25c a dozen. Punch and candy. apartments in the Valley Gazette Cash i. King w. Sell For L*>* i

.t Mrs. DeWilton Alderman last and Mrs! J. J. Will of St. Cloud, Benefit of Christian church. building, Mrs. Rosin having recently
spent joined her husband, who has been here .
have sold their there and will
i Friday with friends in St. Cloud. property
r The Valley Gazette is indebted to for
sometime engaged in the fish busi-
go to DeLand to live for the time be-
L S. S. Griffin, of Orlando, was a business ing. our good friend, O. F. Edwards, of ness. WALK IN "

visitor in the cit Monday. Oblong, Ill., for a fine box of wine-
1 L. E. Parker left Monday for Hen-
Wesley Thompson and Randolph sap apples, the best we ever tasted.
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Keen of dersonville N. C. to Mrs. Par
; : Orange join
Mr. Edwards is a subscriber to the "WALKIN
\ Young of Whittier, were business visitors
6 Center, spent Monday in Kissimmee. ker and the Wilsons. Mrs. Parker's
in the city on Monday and Tuesday Gazette and one of the paper's very SHOES".k
friends will be to know
: G. R. Dickey, of Jacksonville, spent beat friends. many pleased
her health is improving in that high
Monday in the city.
C. A. Will, of Lakeland, was in the Mr. and Mrs. W. Tompkins, of Benton altitude. Just Receiveda r

I "Where styles are shown first," the city Thursday, enroute to that city Harbor, Mich., arrived in the city '
Emil Mach, returned this week from
Family Store. after a visit with his relative in St. this week. They will\ spend a few Newjort, Tenn., where he has been Full Line of the Famous

R. M. Lamb, of Sarasota, spent Cloud. days here looking after property interests -
taking treatment at Dr. Master's sanitarium -
Tuesday in the city. and will then go on to their Walkin Shoes for Children : "
Dr. W. A. Munsell, of Green Cove I for a throat affection. He ,
winter home at St. Petersburg, to
H. W. Johnson, of Tampa, spent Springs, spent several days here this spend the winter. is much improved.The and Growing Girls.

Sunday in Kissimmee.W. week. Dr. Munsell is the state veterinarian Ladies' Aid of the Baptist ek t

K. Shute, of Orlando, spent v W. S. Alyea arrived in the city last church will hold a Dollar Limit Ba-

Monday in Kissimmee.Damless P. G. Self, of DeLand, Passed GrandMaster Saturday for an indefinite stay. Mr. aar the last week in. November. They Special Saturday ; 1.I
Alyea was in the real estate husmesshere will have nice line of
of the I. O. O. F. District of on display a use- I
hosiery at the Family
Florida, was a visitor to Kissimmee some yearn ago and will be favorably -, ful and fancy articles to be sold fora '
Store.J. remembered residents Patent and Can Metal "Baby d-t "
on Tuesday and Wednesday. by many dollar or less.Important 98

R. Dowling, of St. Cloud, was a of this city. He formerly own- Dolls," regular $2.50 value, V>* e ,
Miss Marie O'Berry, of Kissimmee, land which
visitor here ed the upon the New Eden ,
r on Monday.E. arrived last night to spend the weekend Plantation is now located. to Citrus Growers .',i

P. Choosereau, of Lake City, with her friend Miss Blanche One Milion Citrus Trees. '

spent Monday in the city. Barnes of Tampa Heights.-Tampa William J. Fling, of Philadelphia, Write postal today for valuable information THE FAMILY STORE '

Tribune. is at the Gvayetone Hotel to spend as to Citrus Trees. Important .
When you buy bread ask your grocer several weeks resting up from his to you whether you wish to In The Pilley Building On Broadway : '"
for Reed's "Butter Nut. 442tJ. Popular Jack Sullivan, manager of ,
business. Mr. Fling is a capitalistand buy or not. Largest Citrus Nurseriesin ,

W. Turner, Jr., of Jacksonville, the Yellow Pine Lumber company, owns a cottage here on Broad Florida on Sour Stock. Welikit ] 1 .r 4-r
Kissimmee, was in Orlando yesterday
i. spent Sunday in Kissimmee.'F. looking after business matters.Orlando way. His family may join him later Nurseries, Leesburg, Fla. 44tJanl = j",.

H. Lawson was a business vis Sentinel.R. and spend the winter. .
---- -- - --- ,
' to Lakeland on Wednesday.I I Mrs. C. C. Evers and children, or ;Y 7i
F. Hyman, T. L, Walker, Leslie
Island N. Y. arrived Wednesday
Long -
Henry, of Birmingham, Ala., Alonzo and George Barry, were
and will the Van der
was a visitor in the city on Sunday. among the busy Tampa salesmen, occupy ... ',
a I If !Meersch house for the winter season. i M
L. W. Brady, of Atlanta, was a visitor : who called on on Mon Mr. Evera will\ join them later. Mrs. \ ryM

(: to Kissimmee on Wednesday. I day. Evers is a\sister of E, G. Vans Agnew, 'J

Gorden G. Singleton, of Atlanta, "Smiling George" Paschal wa in of the Valley Gazette.Mr. ,

Tuesday in the city on business. the city Monday calling on the 'drug
cpent and Mrs. W. C. Thomas, of
trade. "Pat" Is Just' 'jolly a* usual REMOVAL
r Jacksonville, spent several hours in I
Old paper for sale at the ValleyG'axette and filled with optimism ever the business y
f ;\ .) office. *. tf outlook. f \ the city on Monday and a&811'Thurs-

day, being on an automobile tour of
t F. S. Gilbert was a visitor to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Barre, of Bur- Central Florida. Mr. Thomas is the '

on business Monday. lingame Col., spent Tuesday ia the state representative of one of the large -.---.. -.' '\

I ri! H. C. Stanford and C. W. Griffin city. Mr. and Mrs. Barre are tour- automobile companies and is combining \

i$ Went to Orlando on business Monday. ing Florida with a view to locatinghere businees with pleasure in travel-

j permanently.R. ing over this section of the state. '
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Bryan

t spent Saturday and Sunday with C. Weidler, formerly of Kis- Mr. and Mrs. Porter Brooks of Indianapolis -

t friends in Jacksonville. simmee, but who now live,\ at St. Pet- are in the city to spend |

ersburg, was a visitor in the city this several weeks. They own property S t 1J
George S. Sanford, of Macon, Ga., I
week. Mr. Weidler is now presidentof tit Kissimmee Park and will look it
'" was a business visitor here on Mon-
day. the State Sunday School associa- over during their stay here. They .' ,
tion. have been spending some time at Mi- I M
Lee L. Terry, of Orlando, was a .'
. One of the heaviest rains in many ami and other points in Florida and

f. business visitor in the city on Mon- months fell Wednesday afternoon and are much impressed with the state. ;, r
I the new city ditch around the west- Lewis O'Bryan left Tuesday for

i Albert P. Overstreet, of Orlando, ern and southern parts of the city Barnwell S. C., where he goes to attend -' .

.. was a visitor here several days this was overflowed for the first time Mnce the wedding of his cousin Miss -
i' To My Friend and the Public:
week it was dug. Katherine Patterson. Miss Pattersonis
After this Month (October) I will more my stock of goods to the ''
known to number of Kis-
John Y. Morrison, of Campbell Station C. A, Cole, of Lakeland, was in the a large
I was :a visitor in the city on Wed city last Saturday. He met Mrs. simmee. people. Mr. O'Bryan duringhis new River Building, where I can give my"" customer better service. +

nesday. Cole here and returned home with her. abbence will also attend a reunionof In order to reduce my stock before moving,

. of J.Bartow P. Creel, were and visitors Miss Pear in the Creel city, visiting She has in been Chicago spending and several other pointsin Weeks a member.the Allen family of which he is I Am Putting On a BIG I CUT PRICE Oo Ewtfliin li My Store 4'XI

Sunday.T. the north.C. J. W. Prentis was operated on in h

ti; T. P. Berry and O. L.visitors Thorpe hereon of Norma. W. Griffin Griffin, Misses Stanley Alma,Bullock and, his Orlando:left eye.this He week stood for the a tumor operationwell on H JI: S :e.A.. x.EI: : : :( R

Lakeland, were business
and returned home
tl l, Monday. Misses Violet Bullock and Marie Hud- It stated in the Wednesday.Gazette
; was Valley
dleston motored to Sanford in the
J Mr., and Mrs. G. H. Gibbane, of Griffin automobile last Friday to witness that he went up for the operationlast det

r Waverly, were visitors to Kissimmee the Sanford-Kiseimmee football week. It was his intention to do THURSDAY ; :

a}' on Monday. game. so, but telephoned at the last a minute postponement his physician of 21

T. C. Edwards, of Terre Haute, Ind., Dr. A. S. York, of Live' Oak was the engagement ,

, was among the visitors in the city here several days this week the guestof *

on Monday his brother-in-law, M. M. Miller opened The Bryan up offices Realty in the Company Lesley cottage has- AND CLOSES TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH. 1A 1V t
and Dr. York is Senior
;, : Mr*. Mary Willis and Miss Leona family. War- the Hollel .
opposite Grayctone
; in den of the Masonic Grand of b
Willie, of Lokossee, spent Monday Lodge
f' C. the I
i the Florida.Mr. on Broadway. Eugene Bryan,
' i city chopping. president, and J. L. Barber, secretary FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS '
Old papers for household use for and Mr L. L. Kibby arrived in and treasurer, each have nicely

'sale' at the Valley Gazette office, 20 the city Monday from Fletcher, Okla- appointed offices. The new real $15.00 Blue Serge Suits $12.00 Imitation Alligator Suit Case $1.50 '. .

.. "\ cent a hundred. tf homa, and expect to spend the winter. estate concern will make a specialty 12.50 Blue Serge Suit 10.00 I! $2.00 Barfs 1.75 I

,; Mr. and Mr*. H. E. Fairchild, of They will but make will Kissimmee visit other their parts,headquarters of- of orange ranches groves and city, timber property.The lands. cattle I 25.00 Gray Suits - 18.00 8.50 Leather Suitcase 6JSO-

:Crooked Lake, Fla., were visitors in'tbScity
Tuesday. the state.C. Also big Reduction in Shoes for Men, Women aid Chil en'. and '
-on Rev. S. W. Lawler, pastor of ---
F. Johnson returned Saturdayfrom Boys Underwear Shirts Collars Neckties etc. .
.George Fertic, of Lokosee, and Wil- the Methodist church, who was operated ,
Jacksonville where he attendedthe
: )Um'Fertleiof Whittier, were visitor on at a Orlando hospital for appendicitis ,r
meeting of the associations.Mr. ,
; Tuesday. several week. ago, returned j
i s :In; Klesimmr on Johnson left this week for Tampa, "
home on Wedn aday. Mrs. Lawler
'l./rW. :"JC McClelland E.'P. Howell and where he I I. in of the :
charge Tampa .
: r returned at the same time from Web,
.M, K,. &,B. Hunkely of Rosalie, were. among Tribune Year Book., .star; Fla., where) aha has been I, \ I

"t"' ', Jtke Visitor faythe, city on Wednesday. John' M.: :Lee attended a meeting ing for several .weeks, Mrs. F. 'H I..AVSCNds, '; \ ; : "

J? >("Halter Nut* head i. the kind that of the :directors-of the'Florlda, Citrus was taken ill while. at Webster ,'.'\, .' I I I

'"W a '*ati.fle*; ,Be*?' Bakery taste ita change; ?at'Tampa on 'Wednesday ,ha*, only recently: recovered.* > . .. I

.,11A.ak: jour groc.r?i'-;:, Obit Grow.raf Association;;: -.-Mr1.,Lee re Mr.' and ,Mr*.,.Lawler. .:were .gn ...... : .::.,.."_'. ,.,.. .;. .r't..., ..:. \
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.. the human family' ;\that'it is'known, to : DISAGREEABLE 1: 'CALOMEL- !f r I.' ..:. ii-....N i i tta1v.llot tit tlw L 1

N TEN: .MILLION FOR 3000 MILES O1I' exist In sixteen counties in this state; j iCKSONVIIIErSNOWSEDITORS( :YIELDING TO PLEASANT 1 I BCK TIn**"BKOMO*t tu OCINIMX*..... liaaryltBlM h ''

". that there have been shipped into Os LIV-VKR-LAX. U4 (ten Mt IMBM r..M- sac i, ,a
rUvlmc la IMCMI. amnabar the tall M M a" 5
ROADS RECORD ceola county trees from infected nurseries GOOD 'TIME I noh tec the rtcmatan eC ... W.. OJLOTJt.,. M>
i will have their
f you attention. .. Physicians generally agree that the -- i

: : Explain to them that we have spent nauseating unpleasant effect of calomel

1 IN ANY STATE 1$ 1300,000 on this ;fight;including '1W;- JOINT MEETINGS OF AUXILIARY .
I GREATEST MOVEMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT \ are doe to'the undesirably vio 'M
It 000 from the Legislature PRESS ASSOCIATlON'8\'GREAT1, Theodore .Deschner
\ ; $22,000
Ur,I ,f: '.. THAT NOW SPREADING OVER PENINSULAR COMMONWEALTH from the Federal Government., and SUCCESS AND METROPOLIS OF }lent action it has on the system. Foe along

''i" AND RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED WILL PLACE THIS STATE that we have destroyed 1,500,000 trees STATE DOES BEtts ELF PROUD { time various substitutes barebeen GUNSMITH '

.... M IN FOREFRONT-EFFECTS TO BE FELT BOTH IN AGRICULTURAL including nursery trees-to stem IN CONTINUOUS ROUND f OF tried, but it was only recentlythat c... t it" sad MarUa A._

'. {. OF the tide and have ENTERTAINMENT.The | the !really! wonderful remedy I ST. CLOUD FLORIDA.
,i. GROWTH AND THE BRINGING IN OF we only: enough I LIV-VER-LA'X was. prepared successfully -
yl WINTER VISITORS. money left to carry: on the fight until MIIMMMW 4
by L K. Grigsby. ,
", !\. \ February tint and that we are certainto Florida editors and printers ,

.:''.!, -- fail if we do not secure Federal who are members of the various aux LIV.VER.LAX has all the good, W. L. Winn \

I Within the year Florida counties terminals, will be the most southerlyroad aid, we know that they will appreciate { iliary organizations throughout the i and none of the bad effects' of calomeL PHYSICIANOffice

1 that it is their state, have returned home after a de- ]It is a necessity in every home, always
in the United fight.
t t acting as separte unite have voted in of any importance in State Bank BuildirgPhone
lightful joint convention in Jackson- being ready to cleanse tne slug
highway bonds $4,828,500 and there States. This road will cross the Explain to them that this disease I 97 Office "
,I ville.\ This was the first time that gish liver and bile clogged'! system,
| 1
are pending Issues which will total great Everglades, following the banks is in Florida, Alabama Mississippi, 33, Residence .
of the kind has been at- with after-effects.
t 1 t"t 93.166,000. The combined bonds already of the drainage canal, from the east- Texas and threatens Arizona and California anything no unpleasant 38-2 mo < &I
tempted in Florida. The meeting last _
voted most of them already ern side of the state to the western and that the citrus industryis LIV-VER-LAX is guaranteed to ) ,
week in Jacksonville not meetIng
was a
sold, and those to be voted on within On the east its terminus is Miami, threatened and the whole United i give satisfaction, or your. money will DR. J. A. TROYILLO I
of the Florida Press Association.This I
the next few months will total nearly from where it runs almost due westto States will be dependent upon foreign | be immediately refunded. Insist on the in Y

F a eight million dollars.. Other counties Marco, on the extreme south of shipments for the fruit supplyof organization will meet in Kis- | original( 'bearing the likeness of L. K. CANCER GORE AND TUMORS ". f

discussing at the present the necessity the western side, of the !peninsula this country, if federal aid i is not simmee next spring It was brought I ,Grigsby. For sale in 50c and $1 bottles Cure them without cutting v,,; t
C about by the selection of Jacksonville them out.
.i of bonds )From Marco the route extends! north at Osceola Pharmacy. C
I I floating highway are expected granted; explain to them that the one for the next meeting of the East ORLANDO FLORIDA ,
to vote on such issues nnd bring bordering the Gulf; of Mexuo to Fort successful( ( way to handle it is to destroy ---- :33-6mo .

', t!, 'J, the total up to the neighborhood often Myers, in Lee cmanty. At Toil t not only the infected trees but Coast Press Association, which selec Th short skirt should reach just
lion made when the organization
r was below the boot (
: million dollars MMTS it crosses the ( 'nl,0.uhatrhe(> t those rounding/ the infected trees, .0\1.\ I
held last at West
J. a meeting summer
t 1, Florida] never has been so interested river! at 1 Olja)] anil, <.,>,ntinues noith hal t the spread of the disease be ; -
; may - -- ---
Palm Beach. When the Jacksonville
a ,.. in good roads roust i'not!ion as during west to 1'iint.i (donia; and 1 thence, to i'he i'keel, and that we are entitled to and began to I| Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days S. HILLOCK ,

I the last six months Th I i'i,o'I I im, , plan for the meeting of the East Florida -: O1NTMHNT fails to cur ol Itcbtng.Blind. .
i any a
i movement was started on a I large 'the dire" of the (fiilf at .nasoti. }li,,11,'is of the ccleial I Government that I .Bleeding Protruding! I'Ile.'n 6to Mdar*.

I scale three yeas' ago when IIdlhor.1 I no, I lIi to Hi. a into
ough county voted an, issue i of highway <.e 1 n\t-r and limes, ,into Talnpa.I nil; men th disease, among animal; the other proportions, finallytuknig I .......................
in auxiliary organi-
honils+ of .e millnni., 'Mils" I' TIll'I Palah..1, loop. nun h inti,t i-; i eiplim that the t fight to secure this, rations of the State Press Association INSURANCEExamination

t I was the laiiie-st\ .mad 1 mid' I issue-cast,. rued, : ] on jitinunt( of ,its t ham, passestliiouph and I 'is on that Ilwy must contribute bringing, / within the of the 1 I

voted in the state t IIIId:1'l :.. theMIT the most+ towns' mid iitu, ., and I Icoxtrs1 I 1 to, the' ;a'I"i + '. ;and) 1 believe'' that everyrnn.rn invitation, I' to Jacksonville scope, represen-; \ Why I of Titles a

nal for a I'cuvl, uf lute, n I ,in _o"dI' more. ( ground than, allY othti e i 'nti''HIS grocer will] contribute tativis of the "fourth estate" from r not give your

3. 1-oads IVoin thin until six. months higlrvvay, ill the state It also\ "is nearer ( tei (the muse, aciorelintr, to his means every section( of Florida I boy and gi I rl anopportunity to I Specialty. J

ago( there was a Matttiing t ,"issue- of completion than "th1' high In..
many i wai min willmglv sacrifice their, I It world, not befair, to attempt to A make their hooft

:, such bonds throughout thest"ttbut VNHN Thi"I loop taken' tin heart of lixes for the sake of home nnd prini pa i ttn, 'ulari7e in (connection with giving study ease and :Correspondence Solicited.

t' early in the year lounti-s began, agitating I 1 FlorIda. It follows the l p'X\>' \ highway iple. and now the citrus industry istnioatiniel I II ; ( red lit+ for the success of the convention effeatHtf Give I

f t for highway bonds with, the ie- from Tallahassee to (Gmnesulleand ; I and we must consider 'it It seemed to the visitors as I chance:them the to win same pro- Robert Riedel
(I suit that there have been uthoriz..d'the ] '
then blanches, through Dnnellnn, war, they must make !sacrifices ashave though each), and every citizen of Jacksonville motion and success I

1 issuance of nearly five million dollars )- in the heart of the phosphate miningcountry those brave men and women inI vied one with the other in as!the lad having the CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP .

tis in such bonds since January 1 I. Inverness and HiooksvilleAt advantage off1'
I Made who have tried the
county to stem making pleasant and memorable
The first. column of I Wladew and Door Screeas Repair t
figures/ in the Brooksville it.heads west to the the tide WEBSTER'SI ,
of the It
;/ r following table shows value of bond Gulf of Mexico, which it borders from stay newspaper fraternity. I and. Cabinet W wk. l {
)Do not fail us in this cause The must t have been a big/ undertaking/ for
4 recently voted and the second column the northern boundary line of Pasco i INTERNATIONALDictionary I 'Phone: Shop 216; ResIdence 2S7DarHntton '
the members of the
is entertainment I
( campaign and
on it is being actively
I, value of bond issues pending; : county to St. Petersburg, the Sunshine in his home. This new AT*., Near Freight Dept fv.
l supported by every member of ('on- reception committees, for all whoshaied
5 . Clay hh _- .- _$150,000 City, and thence to Tampa. I I, creation answer* with final authority -
from in the responsibility of makingthe
'. Columbia _ _ gress Florida; it is laid upon all kinds of puzzling questions C. F. TURASHEk
u $350,000 From Tampa the Paradise Loop follows successful\ lines and it demands every convention a success That they in history, geography, biography, '

Dade hhh_ 275,000 the Tamiami Trail pronunciation,sports, arts, SHEET METAL
to Arcadia( ounce of ocr energy and ability and I did succeed admirably fa the verdictof spelling! WORKER ,
t DeSoto ___ 760,000 and science i '4
: h h and thence north over the Dixie Highway know that have the everyone who attended the meeting .
i Hernando you public spirit gees VocsbularF T__. 71" ..._ Steel Ceilings a Specialty] :
r hU to Orlando, thence through San- and the weal of Florida and the citrus The business sessions were productiveof rMetlUuatratfaHia.. Colored Plat_
:, Lafayette ___ _ e1.leM_ 'Phone 149-R Klaalmm.. J'I...
h 300,000 ford DeLand Palatka 7M tmruiTT.115 W
and of
Green industry at heart and will immediately a great deal real benefit to the
go The type matter U equl..a1on& to that
Lake __ ___ _
it h 500,000 Cove Springs to Jacksonville It extends to I the task and that we can I profession and the craft i iI act% ld-volum..norolop.dl.. _
i Lee __hn u_ __ 177,000 lJr,000()()() from the Mara Scholarly Accurat CoBT nlnt.
r Y Leon _. - ._ 200,000f. capital of the statethrough I count upon you to send in the money I Of course there is always the social sad Authoettadve than anyoth.r; KaSll.h DR. W. W. CARSON
phosphate country, downto at once. side in evidence, and this was emphasized Dictionary.
J. ._ ._ _
f.. Orange hU f.00,000 the shore of the Gulf; ] of !Mexico and Jacksonville The REGULAR DENTIST

1; Palm Beach -- -- 800,000 to Tampa, the metropolis. of South I Yours ']y, . particularly in AND Office' over Pilley Building- i
visitors the of
I D) ( G.II.LI.l accepted hospitality
.I Pinellas .___. ,
Jr< 715,000 .
Florida Office Hour
nh I II
into the 11Offtce'Phone
heart of the cattle -
t (General J R. outer
adjutant I|
/! Pasco __ _ 258.r, 0() I ( hairman. gen- 161 Residence'Phon.. 11
> > ,
- - - ai"insection
I'a through groves of I _ _ eral] of Florida, in an inspection of the I i GUM Administered. for Bxtraotlon ot
Polk .._ __ .
t nn 1,000,000 I I TeethT.
u and WRITE
ft I oranges grapefruit and throughthe of the National Guard of Florida I _
; camp -
; Putnam __ 2r'J,000 pacaa
k h&n > truck and DEER PARK GETS
vegetable section to .
at Black Point, where the national rai "t'.iPe'ri"a" :
Seminole _
t d h hn 450,000 Jacksonville, the gateway to the state I ,rifle, matches are now in progress ". U; yea a file M. RIVERS. M. D. Pt
j Lucte hhu 60,000 This loop will show the tourist, GOOD _r.

j k Taylor ___ __Uh_ 500,000 Florida in all her phases and moods, PUBLICITYContinued The Rotary Club of Jacksonville arranged -, a a c.111E RUM co. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i .

the alPllulonno. SSASS.
which t
will cover more of the state than any transportation was Office' over Osceola Pharmacy 4 4Phon. Ii

4,328,500 $3,165,000 other route and will give the tourista ( from Page 5)) by the Clyde steamship "City of ."111"11I" Realdence. IS I ((1'

;, Included in the table are neither comprehensive idea of the size and tlon, and afford the farmer an inter- Jacksonville," and the ride up and Office 141GEO. ,j 4 .ty.

"; .r+t"", the Hillsborough county million dollar importance of the state. est\!ing.. diversion besides keeping the down the St. Johns river to and from Ii, ):.

lk ?y;> issue nor the state fund of $2,000,000, A direct road from Jacksonville to family meat bill down to a minimum.The the vamp grounds was one of the most t

: great part of which has pleasant events of an eventful day. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW .. 4
'\i'" already Tampa is practically completed and Deer Park section is well adapted mm mm W

.been spent. will, when finished, connect the two to general farming. There is no The Jacksonville Chamber of Com- n

,.r.. .':' .' f At this'time there Is' in Florida principal cities of the state. place in the state where cattle, hogs merce was the host at a banquet Collections and .

Ma great .Interest the Dixie Highway, The highways mentioned form a i and poultry can be produced easier Thursday night in the Chamber of Conveyances r.. '1, I

fJ,, which will pass through the total of about 3,000 miles in the state. or at less expense. Everything in Commerce auditorium, where there Specialties of'

two distinct! routes. One extends from Five hundred miles the of feed 111 l-i Broadwaya. \ !
of connections way required to grow and was much oratory in addition to an .

4 G ., ts Tallahassee, entering the state from and improvements on old stretches fatten the stock can be produced upon elaborate menu. The cordial welcome! Insurance that Insures; F. KKIBB8 \I, r.;q;,:.
W. J. 8TBVD .
Western Georgia, to Jacksonville, will link each highway to the other these lands This includes corn, with extended the editors and printers on W

1 ..k F f] across the northern part of Florida, With the bonds already voted and some yields running as high ns fifty that occasion; was\ a sort of good Protection that Protects KRIBBS A STEED :' :

which topographically is very similar much of the money being spent and bushels per acre; cane, cowpe-as! vel- measure to the initial welcome in Morocco ATTORNEYS! AT LAW .. '' t

I'I'I f. I to middle and southern Georgia )From other issues coming/{ along in the near vet beans, rape, millet and a dozen Temple earlier in the day, in .'

-Jacksonville this branch of the Dixie) future, the possibilities of automobile varieties of hay and pasture grasses which Jacksonville's leading citizens Legal business of all kinds given ;, ;':;

fr.' '. Highway goes down the famous East touring in Florida are better than The principal vegetables produced in took part prompt attention! ,

: fj j Coast to Miami, where it has its ter ever before. this section and Irish and sweet Office 11 and 12 State. Bank. Bide I +
; potatoes The] keynote of the whole proceedings KlBgimmee. Florida:

I r minus. tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, / was that of welcome and goodwill DAKIN AVENUE ; ;

r c When this route was d'ided'on beans, cucumbers, melons, cabbage, 'T''r'
the counties in the central and cen lettuce and onions. There is a good Pat Johnson O P. TlatT.q
j Friday morning was given up to \ .
tral-weatern parts of the state were market along the "
const for all of the JOHNSTON
& /
I I business, and Friday afternoon the GARRETT 'l l
dismayed because they had been left GOVERNMENT AID foregoing/ : Eggs bring from SO to 50 '
:-r.f Jacksonville Builders' Exchange took ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '"
v out entirely. A meeting was held at cents per dozen ; milk, from 12 to 20 .1>- .,..
x'44i Xissmimee in May and the Central cents per quart; butter from 40 to 50 charge of the program, showing the Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank V

'"t' 91 Florida Highway Association Wag CITRUS SEMINAR CONFERENCE cents per pound. The farmer wno visitors around the city in an automo- Building \. w(

'"'.. a formed. At a meeting at Lakeland RESULTS IN APPOINTMENT OF locates in this section with sufficient bile tour, requiring fully one hundred Klaalmmoe, Fla. i !!i"i"Jr",r

':, 4 in September with 2,000 people present COMMITTEE TO RAISE FUNDS capital to carry out his plans for the machines There was an informal entertainment : -: '

;tyq .; from all TO GET FEDERAL APPROPRIATION program at the Florida
sections of the state a first year, will more than likely be t ;
route for the Central Florida High TO FIGHT CITRUS CAN.' successful if he will use good judg- Ostrict Farm, which included a luncheon DR. M. J. HICKS ,,

$ ,? t way was adopted and recommended KER. mnet and workSTATESBORO. followed by some talks by prominent Launches Skiffs 1 5 II,t,;
state editors A surprise was PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1 ';f'
i; c to the Dixie Highway Association di- j I '
y rectors. Asa result of the Citrus Seminarin sprung by the hosts when several Dories Built to Office State Bank Building ; {.

t This route has been designated as Gainesville recently a ninety days' MINISTER I noted entertainers in one of the vaudeville 'Phone: Office. 41Residence ,I '

"t4 \ {:ti the Western Route of the Dixie Highway campaign is to be made to secure fed- ] theaters in Jacksonville appeared 40 I".

f, through Florida and is as followed eral aid to fight the citrus canker in GETS REAL HELP on the stage at the Casino and Order f ; .
i I
j i' !) : From Tallahassee, the state Florida. In announcing the appoint- presented some of their best numbers. : ;
1 Her. J. Powell Tells How He Found The J. W. THOMPSON.w w ,y" .
event of
ment of W. B. Harris and J. W. Pren- great Friday night was
i I capital through LaMont, Sirmans, New Strength to Give to BOILERS AND TANKS oJ \
Perry, Trenton, and Newberry to till as the committee to 'handle the His Labors. the craft banquet at the Hotel Mason. .' I' i '

(, Gainesville, the seat of the State University work in Osceola county, D. C Gillet Rev.' J. Powell of Statesboro Ga., This was a brilliant affair' attended by BUILT TO ORDER FUNERAL DIRECTORand ':: "tl
suffered from stomach troubles more than four hundred and of I
J ; thence south through Ocala chairman of the'! campaign commit so seriously fifty '
y that they affected his work. the visitors and GALVANIZED
N ; Lady Lake, Leesburg, Eustis and tee, writes as follows: He struggled on under the handicap of prominent residents LICENSED EMBALMER1a ; .l
I i Mount Dora to Orlando; thence At the Citrus Seminar in Gaines- as best he could-hardly realizing, Jacksonville. Fred W. Kettle, of

trf7 F h;;,' through Kissimmee, llaines City, Lucerne ville a committee was appointed to perhaps, just how much his sicknesswas the Thomas Advertising: Service, I COPPER AND Store and Chapel Stewart Ava.Ktae4mmee. ,. t.1
hurting hint. made most
a admirable .
lu, : Park and secure federal aid in the citrus canker toast-master. . Fla.
t: r' Winter Haven to Bar- One day he learned of Ma-vr's Won More business held ZINC SHEETS :fl'
1 :t,1} tow; thence south to Arcadia and east fight in Florida, and when I tell you derful Remedy. He took the first dose sessions were on ," Jf 1

across the Kissimmee river to Okee- that there will be no citrus industryin -then decided to take the full treat- Saturday and Saturday afternoon OAK. CYPRESS I ]

I :I v. chobee City, on the north shore of Florida if we are not successful ment. He wrote: Manager Leach, of the Duval theater, P. A. Vans Agnew W. B. CrawforC i f
i t "Since using the six bottles of your invited the ladies and gentlemen to r 6-iMf
I .t Lake Okeechobee, thence southeast to you will appreciate the great danger wonderful, remedy I feel like another MAHOGANY VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORD''' f.1 t
enjoy a at that
I ''p, i; Jupiter and down the east coast toI I that is impending.If man. It has been quite a wonder to program popular play- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ?* .;

yf y; .1" '; 1 Miami. the growers of Florida support me to know how one could have a house There was nothing left undone WHITE PINE and Offices' : 8-4-5-6 Citizen. Bcmk". ;

D {I t This road is not entirely hardsur- us in this movement we are going to stomach disease like mine and live by the people of Jacksonville for the I Building .' i\ oiN:"'
and do the work I did. I just escapedthe pleasure and entertainment of their ALL HARD WOODS Klsailiiim, .
I- aced, and in stretches the route get federal aid, but it is going to be a operating table. rlo"A" "
guests, and it is doubtful if that I
t J".,' ''b'l adopted has not been built at all. day and night campaign for the next "Now I can eat what I please asd has ever before to city FIRE ESCAPES -.t >\:!

f t However, with the bonds already voted ,,90 days and it is going to cost at least i it doesn't hurt me night or day." gone as much ,. ,
t : Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives trouble for its guests of honor as was "
4?' and issued and those to be voted $10,000 to carry; on this campaign. permanent results for stomach, liver the case last week. LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW f "1:" '
;k { r en. in the near future there is no You two gentlemen have been selected and intestinal ailments. Fat as much m Competent Force of Work- "& "tt i ;lH.r:

s' Ar. ". l, i doubt l but it will be an actuality as the committee in Osceola and whatever you like. No more distress To trap ants, dissolve a kittle :Waring- Building- ',v 4 .. f, .
; sugar for Road Work t
: (; !+ ;-within, the coming ;year. It is the county to ,secure from the'' growers in after eating pressure of gas in in boiling water. Soak with a men '. .. .' ,)il. 1';
r the stomach and around up f""
aft : aUUment ef Central Florida High- your. co'u.itT at least $500.00 to carry the heat Get <&> .,<;(
e bottle of and scatter a little Time
one sponge powdered All <
your druggist now and .r *':,..,,, -" '
t ; J .. :wsyiA1! ooitttlonxmembere that the i pa to* campaign,,. ., +_.,..r.i ...,.--- try it on a* absolute l'Uarantee-u sugar over the surface. Lightly When \m Need 'ef a* r.1
s 4' $ :toad: will be completed not later than If you two gentlemen will go"anvbngthe not satisfactory money will be re squeeze Then place where ants have VETERINARY SURGEON:;) .:2rlh ;

7 : [Mar. 1919.'\ groweni'eiplaln; to them that citrus turned. -catl Fen-- ": :, ,,
4- t ,; been- seen. They will penetrate Into A. !
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T k .: ."II\\ _A highway,known as the TamiaraiTraify canker is more contagious than There ii a faint Italian tendency In the thousand aperatures of the sponge RICHMOND in ,! 4f:k", '\4;''''

'1', 1\ the,:name. being, a, combination J smallpoz'mor.. virulent1 than typhoidand fashions.evidenced in full peasant. which can then be plunged into boiling Horses Cllppetlj; tall ap;'? !

,, "' ; i,of'.tht.woidalTampaand, '' ",,, KlamITi' itsulr ;.more" deadly .than 1 tuberculosis.,to 1eeves and, tighter.bodices.! water and afterwards rinsed,' 'Pk'eae Lonffhaaaa' '''Road' ''r:.:;'':rI ''t .,;r,:
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fLO lDA :GROWER() I am told"that there U. s nth Inter* ,now he should'bless thY(brick.; I'have \,
EDITOR, :jSlVES est In the new pavemeat,being'manifested always .believed that there'"'could be STOKES: :SEEDS;

. ,;; Uiroughout.tae;,; state and that found a better material than' brick for ,

: WHOLE PAGEO WOODBRICKThe delegation from "various place:have roads, but,really I have hesitated'to ARE GROWN FOR CABEFUIi PLAT EM

: \ been to" see the demonstration, piece even express an opinion that would In ''" -:
of roadway,, Man of th. good: roads any way' ierve' to 'confuse 'the Issue. .' ,1I';Stokes'Seed', FarmsMQORESTOWN Comp J'Y'.Kt! ,, ;
the delegate at.the.Lakeland; ,, convention Imam glad that the counties that have ,/
'Florida'Grower, published assistance!! ,of others, and It" was stopped: at Kissimmee, and" all who laid brick chose this type of road, butI NEWS J RSE', Ls

Tampa, 'devoted a' whole 'page last through experiments,conducted by,J. have looked'U'over go away>ery favorably ,would certainly like to see a better MM t

week to. the' new Wood-texi, brick ML Hughes of Beavej Falls Pa., that impressed;' though 'reserving' and cheaper material: found and soon. ._-,-- ---, -- ,
'which 'is,soon to be placed on the mar led up to :the final production'of this final judgment, Edltol"Jqlly.of'th. ---- 'w. "

Vet by a local company and will likely block. At first nothing but the sawdust Sanford Herald, was one of. a:partyto {Note--Here, follow extract from

manufactured here In Kissimmee was used, but now we can use inspect this sample-of road and 'in the Valley Gazette and the Sanford ; ,.

The article was the result of- visit shredded cypress shavings and chip his paper of the aame week while Mr. Herald In regard to the wood-tex Notice '

to Kissimmee recently by Editor We will probably make machines to Holly carefully refrains from endorsing ,brick.) to, Citrus Growers... .1-> 41' :,,

Wright, of the Grower. The article tear up and shred the waste cypress, the paving, saying that it may be ,.
reads as follows: I as the regular waste from the nearby the real thing or it may be a gold 0000400400 e,0.0.000 g w l
0 The KU lmme..Citrus drawer Aeroctatlon.affiliated''vvith; ,
Last week's article on good roads mills will not be
brick'but he does that the
I enoulrh..We proposeto say up to
the Florida Citrus Exchange) have established a well equip*
said very little about the type of build a plant here at Kissimmeethat present time the test plot shows no 0,0000,00 00000000.0 ped packing house, having every facility for handling fruit i t

roads built and to be built. Have we will make 20,000 bricks per day." I sign of wear, though placed where the Do you know there's lots of people In toe best possible manner. Additional machinery' has' ,
yet found the right surface for Florida I traffic is the heaviest. Settin round in town been installed: this season, and only experienced men will'be I
use? Of native material we are every employed in the washing, polishing grading and packing of
I naturally asked if no other than I Growlin' like a broody chicken all fruit handled. -
using clay, marl, shell and limestone. cypress residue would answer, and The new ))lock is black in color Knockin" every good thing down?
? By far the greatest mileage of roads i which will certainly be restful to the Don't be that kind cattle '
Senator Carson stated that it was the you 0 Best possible service is guaranteed and grower who are
built with imported material is brick. belief of the men connected with the 1 eyes. My judgment is that after being 'Cause they ain't no-use on earth, not members of this Association can have their fruit packedin
We find in Borne cities concrete and proposed factory that wouldbe laid for a time the blocks adhere You just be a booster rooster, this house in plain material or under their individual brand' .
asphalt, but the cost is high. Prob- cypress together and become in effect as one and at very reasonable prices, for which apply to the manger *-
Crow and boost for all you're worth. +
the best, and at as long as there I at the packing house
ably the cheapest and at the same mass. Whether or not this would bea
If town needs boostin', booster
was plenty of that wood near at hand, your ;
time most satisfactory material detriment I not able to deter-
so am
it would not pay to experiment Don't hold back and wait to see
far used is a heavy asphaltum oil, mine. If ever to tear
kinds. It is well known that I necessary up If some other fellow's willin'-

which, mixed with our native sand, cypress stands weather and moisture such paving to lay pipes underneathor Sail light in, this country 's free. ...-vU"fir! ... -It... ... -II...!-' .....11. .... ---- I,
makes a roadway that is highly praised better than any other type of lumber for the purpose of making repairsit 'No one's got a mortgage on it, '
, by the communities in which they might be impossible to relay with-
It's much his
just ,
grown in this country, though I be- [ yours as as
have been built though they as out the use of new bricks. However,
y yet lieve that the wooden block paving If your town is shy on boosters, .
have not been put to the test of time.I used at Miami, which is treated withan as this is the case with all asphaltumand You get in the boostin' biz. -

asphaltic preparation is made from concrete roadways I do not suppose If things just don't seem to suit you R. S. FLOYD j
was in Kissimmee this week, and pine. it would have any great bearingon And the world seems kinder wrong, 4
what do you suppose they told me the question of whether or not it What's the matter with a-boostin'

there was the coming road material? was advisable to lay such pavement Just to help the thing along? Dealer In f
SAWDUST. A company has been formed with a other conditions were such as to overbalance -
I have known sawdustto 'Cause if things should stop again'We'd
capital of $100,000, and enough stock I I if it was the best roadwayat Groceries f
greatly improve some of the Flora ; be in a sorry plight; Hay Grain and Feed .
has been sold to immediate friends of ,
ida roads, but it was the very last ingredient the cost per mile of all other materials You just keep that horn ablowin'Boost -
the patentee to insure an early startin I for use in Florida.
I would have 'er with all '
picked out as up your might.
the construction of the plant at Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
a basis for hard pavement, and yet I (I If you know some feller's failin's, I
Kissimmee. The officersare
the slight investigation I made of this temporary It has always seemed to me that it Just forget( 'em, 'cause you know tf r
Mr. Tucker, president; E. L. Les- Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed .
brick leads me to hope that after all was a great pity we could not find I That same feller's got some good
ley, chairman of the board of
it is the very thing for Florida road- commissioners, first vice-president county good road material at home. The points, .. - -, . . ., -- -._ !
ways. It is hard, but resilient; costs ; | brick we use are shipped in from Baltimore i Then's the ones you want to nhow - - -
W. A. McCool, second vice-president
less to make them than the clay brick, ; I Philadelphia and Birmingham: "('aKt. your bread out on the waters, u.
Senator C. A. Carson of the
is much cheaper to ship, and will be president I no bricks for roads being made in this They'll come back" 's a sayin' true; "

made in Florida. State Bank of Kissimmee, secretaryand I state. Even the wooden block pave Maybe, too, they'll come back "butter-
treasurer. The above gentlemen La M
ment of Miami is shipped in from oth- ed"
constitute the board of directors with
They took me out onto clay-bricked er states while at the same time we When some feller boosts for you. A AE
the addition of Mr. Hughes.
Broadway in KUsimmee, and at a have at hand and in unlimited quan- I
street intersection showed me wherea tities, the pine wood that could be IF

test piece had been constructed of "I cannot tell you about the ingre- made into blocks and treated One of KKVEKI8H. CONSTIPATED I Meffert's Trowel Brand Lime

the new block. It was about ten feeteach dients," said Senator Ca rson, "thatis j the Grower readers has just written I

way, and had been laid three a secret The block laid in our I to say that he deplores the use of Look Mother! If tongue is coated, Both
months. Every driver going over this street here is the same size as the 1' bricks for our roads. He says: "I 1 feel cleanse little bowels with "Cali Good and Dependable

street makes it a point to bring upon regular vitrified brick, weighing about ;I that all who are loyal to the state of fornia Syrup of Figs.. Good because it aids fertility,making fruit trees and other /

the test plot all the wear and tear one-third less. We are not yet certain Florida and who have her interest at crops much, more healthy and vigorous assuring increased '

possible, and one motorist with fe whether we""will make all of this size, I heart, should start the slogan, "Why Mothers can lest easy after giving: and improved crop yields of the best quality. --
blow-out ran across it with his sharp but we favor a larger size. We can the brick and not the cresoted block ?" "California Syrup of FIRS," because ina r
Dependiblt because its
purity-analysis 100
rim, cutting a gash in it nearly an make any size, according to the mold II( I was amazed when on my return trip few hours all the clojfed-up| waste carbonate of lime-and also because nearly percent
= produced by
inch deep, but which has since healed used. The commodities from which through Florida last June I bumped sour bile and fermented food gently: of _
____ a concern twenty-three years experience.
over and will probably ni the course the block is made are mixed togetherin I' up against brick paving morning:, I moves out of the bowels, and you have

of time be completely obliterated.I a big vat, like dough, and then noon and night, and it makes me sad u well, playful child again. Ground Limestone
placed into the molds, where it is subjected I to note that Floridians are still plug- j Sick children needn't be coaxed to Hydrated Lime *.

found that I could very easily run to fifty tons pressure for each ging: for brick." 'I take this harmless "fruit laxative." Rock Lime

the blade of my knife into the road- brick. Our chemist claims that our I I Millions of moth: TS keep it handy because There a a form of Trowel Brand Lime for every purpose-con ...
way, but when I tried to whittle a article will stand the test of any cli- The gentleman in question was very they know of its action on the treatment, dust sprays, etc. All are fully guaranteed.

aample of brick in the office of the I mate from the hottest to the coldest, 'lucky if he found brick paving morning stomach, liver and bowels is promptand Older Trcmrl!Brand Lime for your grove< or field,or nrdeo. "
Kijsimmee Valley Gazette I found the and it is probable that our first order I noon and night. If he had been IOU I'e. Booklet "l,.;ing Lime on Citrus Groves" free. Let ui
quote price.and send sample.
edge of the blade grating upon something I will come from New York, as an improvement :i in the state five years ago he would Ask your druggist for a 50-cent

that suggested metal, though I league in that state has have been running through sand bat of "California Syrup of Figs," Florida Lime Company, Ocala, Fla. ,

have no idea there is any metal among I been making inquiries about it and morning, noon and night, and he which contains directions for babies, tmttntn M... iiljliil.Boll UM C-Mi.r

the component parts, which, while will send an engineer to investigate." would have cussed the sand where children of all ages and for grown-ups NBi',

patented, are kept secret by the inventors I
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who use only the word "hy- -

droline," an asphaltic composition.I .


I. ,look that had into I was written the going merits of J.the Kissimmee Wade new Tucker brick to, Six Years of "Making Good" by The.eyes: of the world::1 I i

but for some reason he .did not get

the letter in time and was out of town. .
The Florida Citrus
Mr. Tucker is manager of the big cypress ExchangeThe are on the man whoSAVES

mill at Loughman, a few miles ,
south of Kissimmee, the Everglade I

Cypress Lumber company, and he has Florida Citrus Exchange is entering upon the seventh year ofa

been experimenting with this form of
useful existence.No
very t:
pavement for years. In the absenceof
.Mr. Tucker I hardly knew whereto :
could hold '\for six unlessit
go for information, and so appealed operative organization togetlu r years

to the secretary of the Board of had made good for its members.

Trade, Mr. J. W. Prentis, who kindly

introduced me to State Senator C. A. Despite mistakes and vicissitudes notwithstanding handicaps and
Canon, who is interested in the manu-
facture of this new article obstacles the Exchange has steadily increased its membership and

-, wonderfully grown in strength. pAUSE for a moment, young man,

"Senator," I said, "tell me something -
thought to self. The
about this new road material It has taught the the of co-operation and shown them ,
growers power
for the Grower readers. Most of them that .confront '
are interested in hard suraced roads, that by selling their own fruit they can make more money as well as you now, or

and want all the information possible control their own packing houses and marketing equipment. will a few years hence.Look .
in regard to such matters." "I

a know good that road," he enthusiast responded himself., for he "I is It has shown conclusively thatthere is not nearly enough citrus fruit about you-the men of affairs ia country, state, nation-yes,

think it is the one big question before grown in Florida to glut the markets if properly distributed-and has in the world, are the men who started to far early ia life. \ I

the road-builders of today; I believe secured whenever in control of like one-half
good prices anything or They lave the respect aid confidence of the cosumnity.
that if convinced that
we were fully
of the of-the State.It
production .
1any one material was the best, more
very Then look on the other side- t the fellow who cpend aD tk y
all things considered, that there would ake hare time for while bat wSiat r
** -they may a food a doe taJr
be even more road building right now has investigated thoroughly the latent possibilities for the con- personality reflect 'I

than there is. Many counties have sumption of Florida fruits and has found that beyond. question there t'
settled on the clay brick and we know A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be &.
that it makes a good road, but we be- may be developed by proper advertising a demand for these that will nucleus of an honorable, independent caner

lieve that we have an even better paving take care of the production every acre of citrus land in the State, Make year Tew r

-one that will wear a smoother, and is proceeding to do such advertising.It bank book will pare the way. .s
surface one that is resilient so that t

there will be no shock to the feet of 7 4
has the admiration and of its foes it has gained the cs
horses nor constant jar to the wheels won respect ,

of ",vehicles and one that can be sold love and loyalty of its friends it has established itself as a vital, progressive State Bank

cheaper and transported at less cost aggressive factor in the business life of Florida. The owner- ;:':
than can the clay brick, even were '
the distances the same. Again, this is ship and management of this ,great organization is absolutely in the of Kissimmee "tbb b ".. /

a Florida product, made largely of hands of its members. If you have not joined, why not carefully look m to b II.

Florida. ingredients by a Florida com- into what the Florida Citrus Exchange offers you in its seventh year. Capital stock __________________________________$100. .1 b:. .r, .

; S paay ....tces.ver------------------ ________ 400= fin
See the manager of the local association, if there is one in your com q ''

,,'Experiments on the type of surfacing munity; otherwise communicate with this office. Officer u1 Directon.G it/1/lnai;
I.vollt ) /m
were started by J. Wade Tucker A. CAR90N. Fro*. . J. M. LEE. VMMM. p.aJllrr'; ": caw 1,1 cr ? ,,
several who first experimented "
yean ranRbiiDD '
rosin KAT 2nd VIM Pre... ,
; :.Wlttf, and sawdust, but Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Florida ..nUe..auJ\ "S ..'-
he soon found that this made a substance ROMA THOMAS.. C-I..:1. ?a '
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Legal I I Agricultural News Notes .' ?> GET',.THE: SUNNY HABIT: ? *;" J" ,if/

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,/ FOIL 1.1'IILIlA'J'IOol':
Place 4 J0*.,,.orders NOW for JVOTICK "Be has to Ie something for cheerfulness and worry never'o*-.: t);.'
Sunny" grown
D" ..... or tae fatcrl.r.. U. !C. I..d KEEP CITRUS AN.THRACNOSE. trol of the disease. The best methods ? 'at' .
0 "of Bre al ..!..*'Utr. Florida.arpl. I cUpy the name house Very long ; .
SEED RUTABAGA' of catchword but it is a
I g1. """. IN CHECK from which to obtain relief are'a follows .
n' .. COLLARD, ONION N.rl.l ''i o. UlppnL" a time.
rr! SEED,> also UNION SETS. Notice I la hereby invvn that James I : Examine the seed bed closely pretty good motto for every-day life Yes you can be cheerful if you 1 3 f\\

SEED' RYE SEED OATS. H HalJev', of I nuKhnian. 1 1"'lda. w Kn-hO Anthracnose of citrus fruits is caused for damping; off fungi. Do not select al well. Frowns and tears and crumbling Th
t on July 29, 1 UI2. 11/,01.' Hoim-nnad are willing to pay the price. -
i KAPE, GARDEN BEANS. try No OI 967. for W4. or mv '4. SK' by the withertip fungus. The first plants from areas that are attackedby when the I '. .
4 fcw sw ra. 8i-r1"1 do not help matters things cost will seem small to you .
pKAS.. POTATOES Etc of K and NF14 <> sign of disease is shown by small red- them for in certain the fun
I I } 18 To...n_hl|. 26 !South HanK"' fsTallahaKH. 1'aMI. / cases ; returns the investment begin to 1 ;
other folks on
f. Bless 4
,"l"l noticeof
1 han you
go wrong.
M.ilillim { Oar'F SEED CATA- Inlentlon to mak.', I 1'rauf. have troubles of their they do come in. But how manage it T. Lookout ", 'j
l RLOGUB Is ready, it gives full to .lalltHh claim lo I II"' Iaad. \ 'shovedeecrlhed a pinhead. These enlarge to sunken damping off' A little care at plantingtime own; the :.. ''I
I. befori.. (,1.1.1 of ('I' "n,ill 1'Ilurl not care anything about your petty instead of in. You are not '
4'' i [/description, prices etc. It ftl Klpsluunr.I \rii.Milii,\... on lli. Hlh day areas which may be whitish and later may avoid transplanting the troubles. Every 9
.+ J $r will b. a pleasure to mail you of Nimlii'i "If1 r turn brown or dark The earlier disease to the field. annoyances but if you come to them only person who ; .

t one on request. 1-lllllllHllt. .111111..x, IIS.. Wltll. KM.. n , with a smile on your face and cheerin I human being has them, though some K
I MoililiiA
\\ J Ilan; .11. .r I. IIII"" stages are the most dangerous, according Watch the field closely and if any
H i'na "r I Liunhw' in. I I'I nil 'Ida' voice welcome visitor I never let the world get a glimpse of !
are a
F: 11 II" t us ..r i I."uUiiii.iii< .. ; i 11.I\ to H. E. Stevens, plant pathologist plants develop the disease pull and your you i
g Poultry Feed, Supplies, Incubators A J. 1'Illes' "f 1 l.nllnItlhta.. ) I I'lulld' ',< to the Univresity of Florida burn them to prevent spread to other and people will admire you and the load they are carrying. The world .i.iis
lltli'I', I \\ l > \i I I-
HI I : (
Etc., Donkey's andPratt's I It. .1.1,1' r love you. That is, the people who a pretty good old world and you \
41 M __ Experiment] ( | Station, and the glower, plants. Saturate the soil around the

? I Remedies I )\O.I.'e. tI' 41)411\I"t ; 4'1 all. should 'take precautions to prevent II place where the affected 'plant stood count for anything.: And as for the .will .be surprised to how many good 4'f' '

For ideal lll..i.bnrK<-.IIn others it doesn't matter, an>way and brave aryl courageous people i
; .r I the spit', ad of .the (IllcaseI with a solution of blue stone A 1 "
, : Write for weekly Price List : nf There recipes< by the hundreds foreiHflicatinjf there are in it when you get your"o.gtil
n ( ..tirl of I ounljr Jinlnr. utnle TIll'I disease is most virulent whenin | per cent strength will probably bei are
'' and Catalogue. I l-li.rtiln. IInN.ln I ou.nO. ,, I I vision cleared and begin to look about :;
I the ,mall ted, and, is sufficient This will wrinkles and keeping ;
j f In rr I::ntnie of __| I spot I stage It ,j i I prevent the vegetative i "

?i E. A MARTIN SEED CO \\ alt., ; I'.I 'es. Leave your 1 D:
'mind discounts t them all Crow,,' feet house the office the I ; .
$ It Ml"I" I"."" 1"II. 11.1 I .n'", II. '" ''"IJ'' .1"I I I then If ]u',e<'.nit ions fur not taken in there/ is danger of the disease, plant. ,
; of I I', . i 116,1. I \ I I'. 1 1" I 11 I *-h .ill .,iM| ,,U II. | behind' olive in n while and :/
; 2OU East; Hay StrtH-l, I I.. t tli I'I .a"Intel.i .. i 1. T.1 ?l \luil,, | hi I" III,I ,. I tln( <. tn, ..t starts. t the whole crop. i isipt the lettuce( further, apart, than cus me laughing| niinkles anyway, 1 so "loom you ,

rt JACKSON\IM-i::, .oHII\) if slid,,' I 'unll" I. ..11 .lad 1 i,.I, I ..,. I I. r"' : 1 111 i IKIOIHC inftsted! Methods of tom.uv At Sanfdid it wait found that why Worry" i about them Tlu\ ute i .take a !breathing spell I in (;.od't, Out- \.F,
.,., I h \tI" 'n11 !l.i d. i.r I III '
tI! )"< uc l ;.i !
( ) .I I I ,. much mou attittctne than me dn"i, i I -tu of u .11 I I : I ,1.111.1! I III' a flllll\\S ; I'llllle Olll till the alt lick" was not 1I.'ally MI" severe
'.It 11. ,, I tin.'. I II I p1' .. lose don't tg
.11..1 I t Ilul 'I" and .IT.IInd )
... 1,1,I I lu v II'I I I '..,111 I Ill\, ,IIT, 1t 1 ... .. ..IIIIV,, ,.,' I Int'i aiu IK s ,lain t t\iigs which had"'I': i in\ ,1 tic Id where the plants weie. far" MIL; corners" of the mouth It isn't, easy \\ your temper,
av i ldmlhfll',1.n" I , i ..r a.ud i r"I'I 11.' ,"I.,.1.1", I.l.r 11 to lit' thififul when things wrung" i' bother. about bargain, days unless your!
1 in" Iun.u\\' ",111 'tieatnient' .that apait' "p's ,it I was in a neighbor, n"I i' held go.

When 1 I I II..I.,,1 IT .llll.'i |1'1""1"Ii I 1.\ ,.ilI A .1'' I'' '. j. i'I,., !"<'ilin <. tin. foliage of the t'c"1 I wh" ii- t tin1) plants welt/ set the Igulu-I i iI '..i,., 'line, lint did,, you ever" (mil! thatininpiness :I, pant Koinethmjr' .that you cannot buy >1 ,..r

you buy..... Iii: M l'I: I I lr J\! j I ''' other and when do "
nude' the 11l'.I.| | round. ] at time, you
n mo, Gn...,. \0111'' 11.." ,' 1 ,i fur' \\ln, 'I i tin,| pray with all' tion Ii'.titnre.I1 . g j IotO ,I I any 'f
I : i 7 ( hi. .l fuliu.'s I m ji hnl.itn ." iro, vpituil a litlU sunshine ut' the bar- M
...ut M""in"".al wlulunl. if (upper| i 'aI"i h.iInn found' th;it the fungus' allY 'wars e
t 11111' II I 1,1', IOI, \ I 1\ .IIIIC.I ;. .
., .j, -I! ..1mi' li Ih \\oi" habit,. I train: counter 11 will help]) .the < lei.slnok ;.
BREAD k I V I II.I III 11..11111\I 1i.I.' Mix wail.' i with )X "Mimeof' rerun' "ii" ling boilifs after it b:is kill I i lying rn

i I.XI | .ill V I III, 'I I VIII I.? ii i"app i| ,M, :l i i .nbultIt. I to. a t thin past, '. id,I .1 ,piHit, 'I lii'sc, upon faoialilei , Sul l\. it ,is ,1 )good deal pl"'hltl11' i Tin, : for tin. Kihii\ lining III i their It i

n-' al Saran I. ,.,.f,,"" ) ., , ,,,,1'1'] .. of , ,.If! lI.d lour" tt--itiutt., ( 'ulll! 1.1",1) ", I-.
,I",. ,I.I, , ,1.. "i.I, ' \0101 I tin IIi| "nl ol .iMimom' \ i. :J:>; dt-l li i"un n moist .I i I wt'tthel. i. will I luur "
} 1'\ Ask for the BtST . ; , ,, ,., 11n' 1 Ioal,, and the In '' ( h.t i ftilius, ,is a hnhit < ;1".t the
I I '." 1 Iii t I. 11v l ', ,'' 1I., I l .1 i ,I. i I :.innii, ' (1''mi, tin \\lioli ,into :,(Ui plodsil" fishing,', Imiluvhuh in lulu, "nt< ; r ( -I 1 thing':

'' We make it. Grocer sells I "l1., ,. I, I I',' .',",'' '?' I\ I,' I I''I'I' I II '. 't 1"I "., II I I".nI ,, l li i I''. I.Ii. .,. ....I'I. u :iti.i u''. :-'pay| I II In, fllllt ', |,ii, <..".i spm' ( 'I| In. -put' ''s sic wild, :; I hnnvv tit wn.ih' s will haH' maid nut I h.lint" .

' ; "r'I t I Every it 1 ,,,,,01',, I, I l ,oT',1 I IIII "", . ..,. \.1...I I I I"" I I IIi .1.. ,.' ., II i Iii.I, \ .11..' 'tl''oi"m.. !rlih itoe.l.. hut. ," -i, ;t l1t! ., "11,'I I I'''o not Id.....t\ I.tliice" with i! I I l.

O. K. BAKERY .Ti.,.I, 'I... "I l Ili I ,, 1,..1 I 01 A II.I.,, .i "t l I l,,n,", I I .i .1.l, "I I'' ., I Idln I.I '.'i."it |.ul 1 on. <.i""",rh to 'make 1 tin'in Ii" 1"I.\ , I .,,,,,in'va i ot'' at ion. ilol :, -:.,fg-:.;..:..:}.:..;-:..:..: {:..:-{:..:--}.:-:-:..:.;:.::".:".': X--:..:..:..-}-:-:..;{.-: :.:,-: :---:-:ti.vb+SO. t
tl" font the l nn', IIhd1'r.I , ,Ii lei. tin letlniini
' I '" ""I'| 1\.p I pi i\ i Ionic. i l it Oil re l
\ ,. ,"I J.. I, 1 I ,ii.' d1 .1 .1' ,' ,I IIn1 ,
; E. A. NIEMEYER, , II1, n .. i l I"" '" .. i il I I I'I "II ," nun" 11 :a.i possible.) .1 INI : .. , |, ill 1 ,"llgh" Its"",l'- I 1".1. i lut I 11,1\ ] : OATS AND RYE

+ t I ald, \u, h.l,,.,I A I '" ., .
Mitchell Street .\ r ', ,:,11 ,r I I" I i I 11 11 dr i \ 11' t two tusk s. I If i n.Ii ni .'

I '" f '" \II.,1. ..,. i .H p.ic." a i I'iinl'! -pi; a\ niT. I "loin :
this fall?
Going to plant some
tt. In I i foul, >'''.)K- ill p:iss lit.f"n". :AIL\I( I: I Ir.alt. I t.lirl .tnle i.l, i' . ", > -
{ 64GL89 4G OvC-;-:-: {" r:--: 4 :"*: >':': : .//,11,1..1.. I .In ..It. ll-i.I...1.. I I..n.l I i i i I . i.if..l i I hill I I..<. notii"cil I :1'I Oats; Fulghum, Rustproof, Hastings Hundred Bushel )

R --1 I a.n1) \n "eI.atl", of tin d'-'a'e! other. ,, .
: I ; it : lo-s I bound. t t.i on in' 110 mat (
=: IN I II\xl I itst4' I 90 Day and Winter Grazing. Rye Florida Black Georgia +
..r :: than, II" Iln .
: |phtting I I- ''ppuig| ot < i haw t tin faimii, -toies his feed,
It. .u. rl.lll'. I III.. 4
I II and Abruzzi. State will price
.n., linn-" I In-. i.nut -uftiiu. 'nt citd.ncc I Itut: L.tu.en t i t the 1".1 ,lust, tin in, din.11 } I quantity wanted we name
Real Estate Agency.' Illlnm 1 II I .oril. I tin I I 1'.1. hi. ..If.-. x
? : I In 111.,1.'I', |''''\'II''''. lio\\. < \ii r. liiiaii-i! it "\ s nf -I.sag., ) 1 Ilu'n I is a i\r>,cal t deal I l : delivered.
.. ............ .. el I ill Itrfrudnnt.' '
. .. ...... . .
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.II" ,d'It.-) .
i I YI l I'' :.lie' /1I"f.d, 1 l Iv> of 01"1'" ".,,. !1'1.).u. ):li' ''UII 1xii.n; :: KILGORE SEED COMPANY

k Realty bought and sold. ::1: I Is I I I''"II,.':.M' I I j:, ,II'"i 'Ili.I;, ." .I I II i I I.i.. ,Ili" 'iiiI: :, .. ..I:'" I I'.I" ,':: :: I II IIiiij, 'ulg' I':" muni I the fallen flints, mi nt :st ..1(1011( < llguit-" ) that gout :JI ::> i : PLANT CITY FLORIDA.

-i'i'A : " . "111,1 I < AAllh, u1, II ,I.I.I. "nI , :: .
Houses rented I .,", h.. ell.,I .1 I .ii. II,. 01'I I1..1,1,1 fin, |II"| -putt nil'') 01 ,unk.n i.ii'as. ( ond I,1'I I, l ,'I, lIt In, ens IIi t 11 11 nnle, (fTf.11 I l- ion I .1.

j Taxes paid,l and Titles verified f 'h. .. ", . .11'I Inn., ,.., . I 1,1, ) t ,ion- \\ fa \ 01 t t ilu'. spi".ad and eI.I"I'"t .- -.. l M 11 lit I pint n,ig i lup i | in t tl" silo ':--:-:-':":":-:-:-:-':J.J..J. .-:":-:-:"'" ;" ;" :''.'':-:'';'':-';'';'';'';'';'':--:--:--:_;..:_:-:-:- .:..:-:.
., .. , ,
Ili. -! II. 1l I I I'In I I III I .1d II. .Ih 1 I I hl I II .
for non-residents. . ,, \I, o. I lli". ilist':ise. \ .than I, ,
{ ? I 'Slit" 'in,10"1 I ?\\ I" 1\.l I Ih l 11l awarlll ll lasing' t Ihrni, i III t the 1'0'111'
i iiel-o" < i",i i i ,it. 1 i" t lh.l.i l ."i lor . .. .... .... ....... .... ......................... .. ..........:............ .:..:... .... :.:. ... ........:... ...:.
. :
? f 1 r Fire, Life and Accident In- is "I ,I.,1. ,I ,il.l,, >> ,,' li.'I i .i, i .. "d. "I hf.lid. ,,,I in"nl>i 1 \\I..t h'a'i m muggy da\ < "rhaf"dd., l(.i J I/.111\1, Sntl., U.| ,' .'.- -. .-. .-. .-. . . . .-. { . . . : : : : ; . ; .-. : : : : { :

e surance. :t .11.1-.i I h., ., ,.,d.. n ii,, I.I I, i I hi i I.ynl.d.i ,, ., I ,.. .", I,. '.11 e i.'ltI| i. .\ ft\uirtble, ,, ) dn.ttlj.f, the I l'' '\ i t "it \ of I 10llda .. ,
ts ,
; !,' .,u' i I.I Hi I loll'' of ,1.1.1.,1,1. | I I nl 10 il ,"i
I'j Indemnity Bonds. :: I' i Id I ,,11-," ,i'. .i I I" I I..., \1",01". i I Ih,. Td', ., ) I IIi IiI I 01 I 'Ills lnfol' till I I':SM| "i imam, ,, Mt: 'ion \yn i"- the. follow 'i.: $29.65
r : i l i .1 i S i to r vi 'mi I.t, i \ n" i I"" i ..iii.i, 1 rk
I '.' I II In .ill. i.I I. I" ....I I ...,,01 I 6111 I,, ttill, I] 1'1'l i I b.gni j i to ,ol 01, I toe., this Mason. l J.'tr' a.h ,ai't tag.) s of -I.i .:...i."'I'. |

+ ." :-: --:..,.. I"I" I 01"1 II '! I .,1l.. I ,,, d 1 1 Li ', ii 1 I d.I...r. 1d I. l'i v.I-' .I"dd., In. |"',.ii. t I""u ,d..Jiy. i'ai,,i"- I "I.1 1 1'1 hi. nulO.I.I-" i [ nl t IIii,. .ntln t t i ii a V
t --- .. , .., rul 'in puking' inli. '.till. fimt TIll'1 'I".d. 1
tl JI" ( ,
II I K foul i uld.lii i I i I .1 t d. i i :111"1 (' 1 ino' U .u h
) .:-.x--.c-<-:--:..;. :..;..-..-: : :--:..:-) I 10 i. |.ii1.II si i, .1 tins, n v\ ,. I I.I .. ..i t '"n ,,Ii, , : I* !
i .ul\. .ta .- will continue 1 10 .
. : ,,
'1' i intl. u .. I IM''In t6.t I' K 1n", n? \ i III I ini develop l I"'g'i of till i" _. :s lIaI' g(

: 1 I\ ';; .n C'itsp.p.I| i | i |pnl.llvl.d... '. ',,. InK :afl"" I tin. ( nut' is pitKid and ate apt ''I; -IK"i,,uh,) 'nt 1 :nil duph.lO.'' ". . pu i-iui' iI 1. X .
*.. ,,
llll Illll/ 1' .11,1 I (I SLU. And Return jif'
C. W. GRIFFIN I 11'1, I l I :Sall: ) .1 I I I. i.IA I : !"! "-'I I: I : I :YI'I to Hairs" tin fruit 'to 'lot in tiansit :I conditions dining' tilli ..,.. : ,S;|. :!: ;
'1, I. lilt", t 1'"1111, t ti .
: =N flint', should In IK, foie the 1 .
shipptil' ,
lI i rvis: I ""n i iti \s= a v'< stay supplement lilt-lin'IS dining,) ii

.} I I Sill.:: Itui., fin, I "'nil 1,1,1 ,in,, 47.4th'rtl H\ i e.1 an' i'lei of I the ill,si'ast'. lIandllnK i'. ,,. i le' di, cnitlis. i I'.ed I I I is stored in ,, VIA t

)1 Staple and Fancy :z: t'ruttl I "C''s 101In \\ill ili-t, tulule i the fungus tn clean the smallest space. possible, :"i;. The *: ATLANTIC COAST LINE f.

fruit, not' onl\ in the iinnit',ihat(. grove | Mock carrying. (iipaiitv, of .the faint,
( i In.llll Court for the Hnritth .....11 I
f 4 GROCERIESDelivery :
In and fur OM. toln t ountAlKtl" ) .
--- - nerved
} is palatable ant liked by cattle lit

1'1 l<)" OK ( 1111.1)The .\TCII FOH I ) l In'STIlTES: I 7. It i is economical and convenient | :: TICKETS SOLD OCT. 15TH TO 19TH r' -
I'rtltlon of It.> ford l Mrl.nuabiin .
J Free to all Parts and Florida M..I..uKhllo, lllil \\ If... ON CIIKl 1'Kl'ITSCitrus to f..I..L".) Extended to Nov. 15th on Payment o f$1.00 j

( tI of the City >OTIC J <>V AI'I'I.U'1'I.Ult ---
FOIL A 1)01-1'I ONTO
growers should examine> I'EAMT-rED= IIOSIl'S1'(; :
. ,
Be It known that on the 2nd day of
}. = November A. D. 1916, we will apply The insects are so small that they are ''t ..

Judge to the of Honorable the Circuit Jam"l1'V.Court 'of. the Perkins Seventh hardly visible to the unaided eye, buta There is probably no quicker or bet- .

Judicial Circuit of the State of hand lens will help in discoveringthem. ter practical of fattening hogs For information reservations call' A. C. L. '
i SOME Of THE THINGS WE MAKE Florida for the lefrnllsntlon for the or on any f't* '

t, > adoption of Robert Mathew Evans a J. R. Watson, entomologist to than on peanuts. This is especiallytrue ticket'ageot or _11II4.: .... } '

C V Jam.... Mf4.1 flhtnrlM.KIT . minor, OHC child i>,ln now County., I'! d KlsslmmeeCltv the University of Florida Experiment if there is some (corn green stuff J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. 't": '
Metal CMltng. nti-d this R..I'.ml..r. 27th \ 1) 1915.IIAYFOItlt
1 /
y I Station recommends lime Rulfur as or other material in the field so that
,e: Tronili and Out_ M.1.\1'Ulir; .IN: Tampa
y;' Ctenduftor Pip Fittings.c I"L.HII'M..AInIlLl1'l., I the best lemeciy for the mites Use they can get a balanced lation' This, i

.f, .... ...... JOHNSTON Ik c.AHHIin 41-41 + ir
0.C".rrMr..ted Awnlnir Rh""' .. AH ('i.unRel for 1''lhloll't rn 1 gallon of commercial lime sulfur to method is theap because ,it costs I .{:'';'': S > tf4 :.0: { r.:..;} +: S-0...-..;.{.::.StO.:-:{-is:>ti ti-7 }:'rri4C { 0 f ,

A .I Sheet Metal, Rootlnc - -- fid to 70() gallons ofvalcr, Thl'I ma nothing to feed 'the hogs 01 gaChi :

1' 1 .. Metal "Brick", ldln.. IN COI'ItT OF VOt1NTY Jl l>e.K.SIATV i, Ierial I, l I ha' proved mote, tlfettive than the crop. E"p"linH".h: at various
It S Renal 8ton." Bldlnr O KOI.A <'()l'l1'1'1'' the soluble. sulfur.The stations< have shown 'that the, hog is* r.e .
r-15i !J:.' Arm Nnl.hl. ("'"I..,,".. I e
.' oils may also he used but they the best judge of his ration and' that I
I \ Impvrlal Riveted Culvert. In rr ISst./c of Erwin II. lirldgest '
.p Turpentine Rllll and Cap. Notlc' la hereby given, tn nil whom || ore not so good. as the lime sulful, .the most profitable! method of feeding ., I
It concern that on the l'' tli day \
1o yfl '1: Hhrrt Mr .l ( ornlrmrt of may February, A: n 1116 I Shall' ; al.|:iiiU: : One pound i% soluble sulfur nosy .be I IH the I elf.f..d'Hj' s\stem .
I Shoat *l Skyll.hl.PIpo .. ..
to the Jlonorable T M Meirplv. Ju.liri
added! 'to "II'h) Ml. gallons of water There is one o6jetttin' to peanutfed ,
i" ;) Io4.dg. and lllllaoTUcFLORIDAMETALPRODUCTSCO.. of Bald fount, ad Judtfr of Probate. for
C.p..mII. inv flrial. discharge as Admlnlnf ral or when the oils are used Hrv sulfur.1I"t..d I hogs Trite laid li soft arid has a 1
''of the estate of Erwin H Hrliljfi,, deceased e y
': o-.ral Rh.1 M..I W.rkw.. ] and at the mime. tin,' I will into the trees while they are : lower meltmc point than some, of .the .

I Ask r dealer .. write a. for eats4 present to said Court my final acrotintn wet with dew or ruin is quick fats from other,' feeds Southern, .
.1 .. I a wayto packing ia
4 el.c.t ns Administrator: I nf said estate, nod auk Higher QualifyAWays!
-t J for their approval I obtain' relief but this method is houses are( demanding .that 'the ..
Ulted August 2nd. 1916
1 A. E. DROTIOUT not thorough enough, for efficient control pigs be finished on tniii, velvet beans ills f.

., 35-1 memo Administrator or Hweet From four RESULTS TELL. Ask ;k
It :< MSO K..r.ri-.*. Ave.r potatoes. to I six any customer about :
: NOTIC; FOIL Iii US Hut miles.( russet oranges and weeks are requited| to rid, the animals
.1 .. 'I grapefruits, They also reduce the of the I soft fat. A. I' Spencer distrut i .
Pealed bids\ will bo rirelvil h\ I the v g g"i
; ' ; Mould of fommlsHlonerH of OHi.nli sire and damage the trees" In one experiment agent for, the University, of I'lor- r They know and can: testify as to THEIR :
c'aunty. to III(I A J\f. Ortolur 22ml\
, .1 tily 1-110! on up prlntlnir. lllustratnl llooklit' tiled. by W W. Yothers, of ida Extension Division, suggests .that QUALITY THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING 0' ;
"' 1/ of OHCI'ola ('0 uI' I'v. I"tI""H the United' States Department) of Ag the change hone, peanuts corn be
bo bad l\ IIppl\-
IIIK 'ti> I tverstreet.< Clilk I ,. .I 1 KlHHltn i liculture. Hurcail of I-::ntornologthe gradual. A sudden change stay resultin ;
. rlw mi.. "i ..lj" dds, will," aim.. :: .I. mailedto : I -. :
I' \ Clt'rk. number of sprayed fruits, in a box
.J{; iWELL Attest E. i. 1.I sr.nv. hnlrmnri was 14 per cent less than the number drill of fat and time IIIay be lost lie t
Special for All Florida
J. I. OVKHSTKKKT. Cli.rk C2.31nllnIlUUUIIIIIIIIIIII""nIllIllUIIII'"llIIlIltIlllln"i f l oin unsprl'Y"' '!. The difference, was ' Crops ,

J" J really greater' than that because there lea-nuts:I WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS j :

Qlllllingll were many I small fruits left on the from, the field Increase the amount

,, unsprayed trees. which were, not pick- 'I gradually until .\ full feed of torn can ,4-i AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, INSECTICIDES j t ""l.i

t 'I. : F ..d. In another mstu:.ce two fats' off be Ki\'n. It is host I to rive ,o, egreen .
. The kiddies are up early, I uit were shipped. to BOl ,
)... I 'ever "on the go," and was from sprayed trees and the other : dUl'ing.hl'. finishing period' 1 r INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER Co.Ja.Cr 1a ..

are always hungry. I II from The N\4\ I' p
un'I"ny'd. sprayed fruit.
<3orwjlle '. .
YoUr Grocer
: brought' $1; J.H4 a box while the unsprayed I y- J "
All mattresses I used either thildren .
Jax BiscuitsSupply averaged $1 J ..jThis;(/ dilfcr Fr ,by
I or" ndults should be well! I brushed
erne i is not touch, but according to :;
,rsl ORDER KLOHIHA AN% IAI. now to t b.. sure I them healthful Mr. Yothers it i is more. than four and beaten once a fortnight. let iiithe l' 1\0

S that you will Kt one The Annual will nourishing, economicalfood sun by open WLndiws when possible .
it t times enough to pay for the spiaymg
;} .14 be 100 a or comprehensive more .afvat llluHtrit inch. n.bu..klt'l.It will: all day lang.Jsckslmrill. I I ; in this, way the white dust which May Lumber Co. 1

cover Putnam Nassau, Voluata. Senilnul' CUy: st( OIHIIKIBrevard. Johns I.KITl'CE' 1)ROI'! TAkKS PROFITS conies from the hodv I inot allowed (

\ Onct-ola I Bt Luele. I'alin (leach: to lie orr the reuse of the mattress , dA

.;r 9 1 the Dade resources and Monroe of each counties county It Including will,. mil Cracker. W....., JadiMiTflk.. FI*. Some lettuce fields In several trucking I covers A good rule is to have mattresses Wholesale and Retail Dealers In /1, :},

't' t kind roads,of and land crop, tranaportattnn urown 11. fncmtlia will also; I MOIRE SASHES / sections were practically ruined i! hrushtd .regularly one day inI YELLOW PINE LUMBER J ;
tell of sport afforded nam n "f hotels each week.
{ lettuce last The diseaseis
tr and much valuable Informal for Sashes of wide, rich-textured( moire hy drop year ,
lp g winter resident tourists, horm......kt-rs frocksin especially when the weatheris
ribbon are worn with lingerie severe
and Florida farm and townspeople A and Laths ;
r_ 4 Bend your order today with 25 cents In the afternoon. Such a sash is not continuously moist for a period. It very good temporary stopping Shingles : lr
+ tamps or coin for each copy desiredIl. for a leak in either a or water n i
0 d6sen; special on argerauantltlea. tied in a bow at the back, but a more is caused by a fungus and spreads gas 1
per The .frlee. be Issued formal effect' is obtained by passing a fast when favorable conditions are pipe may be produced by working HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY i : i
. "
1. KM. Ord r
about November
-'' eel now will b. oafefully fllled asi soon long strip of the ribbon, plaited met. The fungus enters the plant powdered whiting* and yellow soap

? ( <, .AddrVs.. tb. 'Annaal ls ready Annual for the Oo"pany.Bt. mall.. through the center, lengthwise, under I from the lower leaves and spreads into a paste. Press it into the leak All we ak i USlet'u: figurt e, your estimates 1 1
', Au ru. ine. glade ** Nov. 1 the crushed i'irdle-also of the ribbon. from these to the stalks. The stalks ing part of the pipe, and put on sufficient frarteou Attention. and Prompt Delivery. .\ : d '< :

4 l' ... .. One end of the sash falls over the jip- slulT' and the plant prods. to make the hole airtight. This ;,.J;

t ImeoratIaC tile Pale sad Sickly per edge of the girdle and hangs ex- According to Dr. C. D. Snerbakoff is only a temporary remedy and Phone 21 Kissimmee Fll 1 Ir.o ::
six\ a
f .I p pyg'a.....TBfaseeamvvo .............-...oalllaJllriaAaotc. .., cttf,"oref ""the"l 6thef ent1r fid"both" of the University of Florida Experiment should not prevent .the plumber being' ,. ,<. -,,,,," .. .... .' '. . ./, '1'' -

+,t i ....the blood... btollda..u..aye- ends should reach almost to the knee. Station there is no efficient! con- secured at the first possible moment. : : / '

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I ,, Advertisements Legal Agricultural News ,,Notes' '4 'GETTHEI' SUNNY HABIT .4


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: PtRLlCAJJOND.C.rt.lut
KOT1CK Foil : '

Plac ,k* orders NOW:' for of tmr Interior. *1. !C. !...* KEEP CITRUS AN. trol of the disease. The best methods "Be Sunnj. has grown to be something for; cheerfulness and worry never Oo-. :

Tvamr 'SEED RUTABAGA OC""> .< Unto***III*. Florida. the house long' at'
V " :&1\. mis. THRACNOSE IN CHECK from which to obtain relief .re' as follows of, a catch-word but it is a cupy same very ,
COLLARD, ONION Serial *o. OlOtlST. : ff a time. "
SEED, also ONION SETS Notice ,Is ht-n-by invvn that James : Examine the seed bed closelyfor pretty good motto for every-day life ,
H. Halley. of Kli.i-lila.' WhO I Anthracnose of citrus Yes, you can be cheerful if you, l
SEED RYE SEED OATS :i : s caused damping off fungi. Do not select
On July I 29, 1U12.1 iiiu HomcKli-lid' Kli- as well. Frowns and tears and grumbling to the price. Tho ,
; gAPE.' GARDEN BEANS, try, No. U10HB7. \V H f NV' SK; <4of by the withertip fungus. The first plants from areas that are attackedby are willing pay
f&\8. POTATOES Etc. NW % I": "' rIl'r?; \4 o fsw ',... M.eth.ii, siK'n' do not help matters when thingsgo cost will seem small to you when the ;
of disease is shown
\ I IN TowiiMhlp, 26 "u'h. HIIIJKI-, 2' l.nm.TnllahnKH. by small red- them, for in certain cases the fun
I, I1I l.fl.ti. I huH 111..1 l "..Ih'" Bless other folks returns\ the investment begin to 1: "
A/ ? iiOnr' FALL SEED CAT A- of Inti-ntlon o lo ...111..- Ihi e3' ,HI- I'r.iof. dish!' spots, sometimes no larger than : gus which causes drop also causes wrong. you :
; E" |fLOGUB. U ready, it gives full to nlHl.llKli' Plnlni. to Ih. .1''",",' nl.,|M" '' a pinhead. These enlarge to sunken damping off. A little care at planting have troubles of their own; they do come in. But how manage it?. Lookout ., .J

4t ( /.d.seri tion, prices, etc. It .. KlBKliiinii'. ,,Il.d. .lirfor.. FI.Cl.ilc.' 1'\11\ ""li.r 'I UK-11." "I Hill lt' S "li.y.lIr'nl areas which may be whitish and later time may avoid transplanting the 'not care anything about your petty instead of in. You are not the '//f1:

>'wIfl' a pleasure' to mail you of Nocmliri.; 1 li I TiClHllllllllt .ltll. turn brown or dark The earlier disease Ho the field. I annoyances, but if you come to them only person who has troubles. Every I"f\
"11''"' H HH t-MlB
011e gi request. \\. .1 ,C.IIKtl .if. l.nUKlllllHII. I'l.Hlll.'l\ : stages are the most dangerous, ac- Watch the field closely and if : with a smile on your face and cheer human being has them, though some r
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..' Poultry Feed Incubators \: it II"" n.- ..r .""'- .".." i'i"i' "I.' > .s.iding' to II. E.i: Stevens plant pathologist plants develop the disease, pull and : in your voice you are a welcome visitor never let the world get a glimpse of ,, .i
Supplies, \ .1 I ( MUCH 1 . 1'f (I.OIII- llMI.III, I 1'\.1.' \ to the Utiivresity of Florida burn them jjrevent and people will admire you and the load they are carrying. The worldis t
to other
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Etc., Cpnkey's and I r.t t 11" i .t I. r KxprririH'nl" Station, and the grower plants., Saturate the soil around the love you. That is, the people who a pretty good old world and you

Pratt's Remedies I ItOTK K: 0..' AHMIMS'I Il-H lIlt.I I should
l I U..r Flnl .1..0 r"" ./ 1 of others it doesn't matter and brave and courageous people '1
I '-irrad|' the t disease. with a solution of blue !ittone.' A 1 anyway. ,
4L i 'Write for and weekly CataloRue.Trice List In f'.rl of County .ln.0..1...IILC. .*f lnt.Minl5..- of The ,disease1) is most virulent when I I I per cent !strength will probably be There are reciVes| by the hundreds for there are in it when you get your '..'';'
4 'k., fi In IIa1e of',01' |! III I tinmall red) spot stage and it in'. j rsufficient.' This will prevent the Vegetutive eradicating wrinkles and keepingcrows' vision cleared and begin to look about \

1 I E. A MARTIN SEED CO. \\'r-;"'II.. "I H 'iss,hil.l.v srIK t fl\.n.,, I In 'ill wli-nii. :, "I'alol,' i.f making) rapid) advances, I[: growth from spreading. If feet at bay; hut a cheerful you with unclouded eyes. Leave your '1l1

: ( ._ I It| ni.n, i inn,,, ,.,,n, I"li. H., ,i"' ''I'1' I.,, I l h, il.if I tin. n I If pM'ciuit' ,lon.s are not taken in j there) js danger/ of the disease, plant mini! discounts them all. ("rows' feel house, the office, the store, the I schoolroom l{
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I 20U Knt Buy SMeeJACKSONVI1,1H I I ,, II,. II"".., '.1. 'I'! M 1 \1"1"' I > li"l 1 I I"1' ',1.11.(r*"* I tin1 whole crop iI" I the I lettuce farther, apart than t.uitiniitirv. ,- 'iue laiif-hinfT wrinkles, anyway soI I behind I you once i in while I a niltake ,
I 1 ;, I-M, ,KM).\ "f ml,,I ( -".,,, I .is. .lint" nl 1 I'' "I i ii' r"' ,
iod's; )
,,ll\, lll,,,l h." ":, IIM .\lltl* 'III Ml 1 "iI'i.< til'r ,i|"t>t heroine ni/iMci, Methods At Sanfoui ,it wa.s found that i I I why \voiry' about them. They} 11''it' I a breathing spell in Out- '

i Q ," u iii.!" t i i 'i ".,>1,1,I ;all'i :is follti\\s: 1'riine out the the alt.-.<'I.. was not nearly so'se\ ere, I much mole attiartise than an droop- I, "f-I )ssoii. ]If you feel inclined to fret .J

? 4 ,.. ,,,nl,,| th'll I I.,," I 'It, 't.I I I III I I',!,,'')"Illl'I .nn I ,I",tin",, il I I.01"11 I.55. ., I II. ,,''I"1-I', ",,' ,)-'.. 1'i.tnihes. .., ) and t\stgs:' \\ bit Is harlmrfiitnii in a fit. ,Ish I where I the plants were far 1 I HUT cornel,, s of th<>' mouth. It isn't easy 1 and worry" and,) lose your temper, don't .' Ji

.I t.,.i' \II)li., ,11,, ,,i M ppi lI.I i v,. ....r.. ml, l ";.t ill iiinl,' ." I.I K I I .' t ' Avoid licHtment that iipail' t. .rs it was in a "" ''lI'hhIII"; field,) |\ to be ..Iw,', fill when things' 1.jro 'a rontr.'tis :'. i bother about. hiiiirain: days unless you .

When buy I I'Ml. .1, Jill' I I.1 1 1. 1" '. "." 11,01". .. t the fuliamof: the tiee.j s | whenthe t plants were set tilt' I ngulaImii tine I but' del, l you ..".1., li'nd that want Munething, that you cannot buy i'
you ._ li ism: ': i l is \s.-" |I" "
;.(- ,. HH'. r" \.lnllt! I"t l i"..rIOIICI \\H|" i i lie |1',1"I''a' : ', ,r .spray with, an t di--tai I i ,>i-e iiinpiiit'ss, '.. made' 1 t the w heels go round at any other tune' and,) when you do "

>in I, 'S''''I, j'I I S .S I ,,,s I Iul I I o ii lor( nipper 5 I tin I It t lia- Keen found Dial: the funpus all\ cni-iei ( 'hen fulness is a linlnt\ ( i.s.o. "," ,'ad: a little sunshine, at the bar-
1i BREAD ., \ II. Ill II 'llIIIlIlI t t' i Mix i \\ 11" i \\ 11 I.h s i.MInt-e "f( 'f'iMni'-, I ' I N I 1\
I I l.4.l.t III I "pi"' i .. i.1 I,"ii,, .id. tn a thin piis<<- ,Si I a ,iilant.: These! upon faxoial'le ,,i\, 'it ,is ;SI i jr.Mid.. deal; plea-anter fmI /look fc.,. the mlvei,) lining III their !
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Ask for the BEST P..r.'. '" I., ". I"" .r' '\,'"r .I. \i I I''"is i |I"M. 'lit" nl :aiiirioM, ,,1:1, L''' d. ".5,ii'ht,'I,i i,), .of sin'11"1" I s ID- l \\eathei.i will, I \ 0'" -..If a .'I sour, a-so.. ,lates C t'ulti I loi'.d-, .

\ "UT. ';. ,,'.": ',... ;' :. ';" I .h '\ .1 S I :.i ,HIi, I! '">'LI i' I the \\ hole into, .11 |1"' sislut ts It oiling budu wbii-b,, in tuin :1 1,,Ii t.. I the. bain'I,i and i i the 'is"i -1 t t thinjr i I ,\ou i. ( be.iful s v
r .; or 000 FELLOWS ENJOY ml,) :ood,) I'ouiii, 11.We PINECASTLE IS NWINCORPORATED .LI BERRY FOR RENTSixs't ..e.L: ,Ycn \.
I" h.ixe no doubt t the t jiiesense( of I Want tags, close in; $1. ,'{o.. .

.' -weet .sisters, bad a stimulating( ' 1 Ads. E. W lls, Real Esv c.o"; S

11 MEETING ORLANDO ..If..,.. mi the. ambitiiin.s, of the ointoisi i i I TOWNi CITRUS I SHIPMENTS I ance. 104 Possiel A, "O'e. :

I hithi added laigely to the (low\' of ; .
WILL TRADE close-in lot %Sand \
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1 BIG CROWD ATTENDS LIVELY 1 is now a town.-an incor- WINTER (JARDEN; MAN APPOINT. WANTED-One'mare. must be gentle wagon or aukmobile0

CONVOCATION AT WHICH II Kvery ,,,'/on pr<'sent secme"d, (tii enjoy pot' : I ti ,il I mumcipiilityAs s I I I s Kl TO HE INSPECTOR FOR OC. and cheap and not over eight or take difference. Box 2."O '

t : MANY MET GRAND; MASTERLATIIROP themselves and if by unlucky f .. lit igel\' attended,() meeting !held CEO!. \. ORANGE. LAKE, AND .years old. O. O. McCabe. Kissimmee _8. b

J -ST. CLOID. KISSIM chance anyone was grouchy t there xvas in the 1 p.uish s hall the officers for the SE.MINOLE:< ) COUNTIES WILLSSIST Park. 44-tf FOR SALE-Four-room: cottage, close

$ : MEE, EUSTIS LODGES SEND J no room for its display in the I'iatermty -;! first administration I ( were elected .\ GROWERS IN DETERMINING in, large lot, very attractive, at a t
hall Oct. 'IKth. WANTED Good sized "horse bargain. Small cash payment downor
DELEGATIONS TO SESSION.:< on (I headed,) by (County Commissioner, C. J. : MATURITY. or would take good lot
as part pay 1
The Home Brt hers & Sisters" Sxxeet as mayor. There was some discussion i. mare. Address giving particularsand ment, balance Ilk rent. Owner Box ,

: (By H. EDMUND SWAHEY) tui ned out in strong force with the ux'er who was qualified, to vote cash price. E. Stewart, Box 247 City. SS-tf
,: On Monday, Oct. 18th Orlando< palm for the largest outside attendance for officers before the meeting settled I D. Herry with headquarters at 389, St. Cloud Fla. 44-1 tpd
I Winter (;iarden will inspect citrusshipisi.iit's -.--- FOR SALE-Lot of second-hand fuiniture r
; \ Lodge No. 20, 1. O. O. F., issued u cull being awarded: to the St. ("loud i' down to the .actual woik but that ', from Orange I Lake. Osce- WANTED-To buy eight or-ten ranch- -beds, springs, dreisera

q to her Sister Lodges to assemble at Brethren. didn't, last long- ola and Seminole counties. Assignment cows for breeding purposes. O. P. chairs, stoves, etc. See J. E. Rush,

,.I their Hall to meet Grand Master La- Members from St. Cloud : .1. <0. '' Following the meeting horns were of, the various counties was McCabe Kissimmee, Park. 44-tf city. U6-tf"

throp also to fraternize for their mutual McNew, Walter Idc, J. II. \DeCraw;, blown all kinds of noises' were made made by ( 'apt. R. E. Hose state chem FOR SALE-Two boats
; one 35x10 t
. benefit and pleasure. The cull L. \Dutton, II (". Mower, B. A. and a lug' .,..khs smuts generally was ist, at the conference held in Lakeland FOR oazette!IAL1o-Slnall office. Iron !'safe at the 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; ore 16 '.

was responded to by St. (Cloud No. ""J. (n. J. ])enmow. Sidney V'eirs 1 held by the citizens over the adventof ] 1 Monday.: The following is from tf foot long 4 H. P. engine, will sell

r1 66, Osceola No. 74, Eustis No. 88, besides I. Cummings: Joseph Sage, .1. I.. I their town as ureal incorporated the Lakeland) Telegrpnj/ : FOR RENT-One 12-room house, cheap H. ; also one pair large mules. ftl \\1
a goodly sprinkling of P. G. I Haigrove I1'. H. Kenney C.
3fc i Masters and BrotherR from in and i I George/ Ceorge: Kyler J. V. Harris The office! s elected h lire the follow 'apt. R E. Rose. state chemist, house on Mabbette street, flO per --. A.IIIItiIISIIIIS A. '." .

: '.(\ outside of the state. l District Deputy :i "has. Feathers, E. Kautz A. F. :\Ie.J. ing: left last night for Tallahassee, after I| month. See J. McPhatter, th! real, ; < I I_I_I_I_I_M_> \' "
conducting a school of instruction .
\. F. L. Helms presided over the meeting. Lean, W. Hiefschtiieder (' I Hunt-1 :Mayor C. J. Sweet.Cleik I here for citrus fruit inspectors.The estate man. 42-3t '
? The workings of the Initiatory J. l 15
singer F. Dullard N. P. (Curtis. "
I -- Win. Wiseman.Marshal following citrus inspectors FOR SALE-Full-blooded
are Berkshireboar
Degree was exemplified .in a highly I Frank Williams. I
creditable and impressive manner by : (;J. C. :Miller. assigned to the following citrus growing : pigs ten weeks old; $5 to $8 i Corn Fed
I .St. Rebekahs: Sister.J. 1. I Health Of/h'.r-llr.) / I IX C. .
Roney.City counties and will assist growersin I each. C. H. Funk, KisBimmee. 43.3
the Degree Team of No. 20 Rev.
upon Clara Feathers
; Cummings Mary
( 'ouncil-J. W. Matchett C. H.HofTner determining the maturity of their
j. Poulson, pastor of the Baptist church. Thorndike, F. Kritz N. 1'. Cuttis, J. Fred M. Wm. DRESSMAKING have moved
Preston, V. fruit from fair my
,3* ;<;,., Brother Poulson made a good subject Dutton Jane average samples selected I t tI
L. Warner.
dressmaking parlor to 1012 Mab-
1 '" ''' Hansel C. F. Johns, A. J. Pyner, A. by the jrower-samples must PigsMI 2 25
,; \, and judging from his remarks in open Brothers from Eustis No. 88 N. I
** : ( J. Reeves, S. Frank Phillips. be of twelve fruit bette St. Mrs. Brady., Phone 133.
; oranges or grapefruit
meeting he aims to be a conscientious I _ _
7 G.) R. Story C. II. Roberts, T. J. selected the 432tpdWORK ,_ -
by grower or ship ,
true unselfish Odd Fellow. White, G. W. Story. These brotherswere 1 1 S

The meeting opened at 7:80 m. per. WANTED-Position as proofreader t
p. obliged to take an auto drive of
:., on Monday and lasted until 12:20: 70 miles, therefore deserve due credit timber."to a way- into the "tall Inspectors will not officially visit reporter or assistant editor. We have purchased ''iB

Tuesday morning. for their the growers. The object of their Inspec Am a former all-round newspaper Mr. B. i ir.i
doing duty to order at The other incident Dickerson's corn .'
The* supper and after talk was,I personal discomfort to themselves. happened early. tion is to aid growers in arriving at printer. I am 50 years of age but ,

finished at 1:10 'a. m. Although Osceola Lodge No. 74 had on Tuesday morning when a Kissim conclusions as to the maturity of active and .energetic W. H. Mc- fed pigs in order to :

$ \ ,Some .200< members jweje, present; but 18 mile to traverse with mee Brother the show was window found soliloquizingbefore of Dickson their fruit. The Inspector has no authority Feeler. 110 Perry Street, East, Savannah serve our c storners.I: I .

the partof'theassembly and and to pass upon the maturity of Ga. 43-Stpd
open the G. Master fraternize with the
Ives, "Oh, you beauty, are you not fruit O'I'f"'the'' trees. are :
te f supper was graced!: by the sweet pres- different neighboring lodges, but ;
five sweet. This on account of a beautiful FOR SALE-Good fresh milch cow When
: ence of the Sister Rebekahs of St. of the Brothers put in an Thenspectors are as follows: we can give you ,
appearance wax lay figure. Needless to and calf. See S. T. Fansler R. F.
: Cloud) and Orlando. therefore we place their names on this Brother had not been in attendance say W. D. Edwards, Ocala, for Alachua, D. No. 1. 43-tf good meats. :* SEI *

Rousing heart stirring speeches the "roll of honor"-W. Galbert Hu- Marfem and Sumter. -
; at the social given by No. 20 on - 0t5t
were delivered by Grand Master La- ling, Frank Thrasher, Ernest Johnston Oct. 18th. J. A. Lancaster Tampa; for Flills- FOR RENT-Furnished flats. Applyat u MllllllllFairplay_ j J' .

throp of Bradentown, Past G. M. Self, H. J. Estey (now of Winter I boro, Manatee and Pinellas.H. the Gazette office. tf i

i of DeLand, P. G. Master Wm. Roney, during part of the open meeting and Otil OKvy K : D. Berry, Winter Garden; Lake, DWELLINGS for to M. ?

of the State of Kansas, P. G. M. B. C. during uart of the open meeting and ... of tnlforMrrrmifr Tarn of I pper Orange. Osceola and Seminole.N. Tiller. rent pply

Abernethy who "found HI. ..In... MralKaxe Utrlrt.. O. Penny, Miami Palm Beach
; #) apparently who accommodated the Kissimmee ; ,
himself" and graced his home lodge Brothers by the use of his auto. Notice Is hreb Klv.-n to all IserSons St. Lucie, Brevard. FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway."

\ 'with his presence. Two amusing "side lights" came Interested lands. In the In the County following of SIn >"*-,'ula descrlbid -. i. W. Knight, Lakeland; Polk, De- 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat;
the Mist of Florida. viz Soto and Lee. completely equipped for cruising.Will Market
: To merely the meeting i
say was a'great under the writer's notice. On the The East half of Township 26 /
;t '' success" would be stating a home stretch one of the eight St. South. Rang 34 Kant the Kant .Marcus Endel, DeLf"nd; Putnam, sell at very reasonable price. ;

jF iJ! fact in a very mild form. Besides Cloud autos went astray caused by 34 half Kant of ;Township the Kant 2fi half Kouth of Township Kanxe. Volusia and St. Johns. 7--- See or write W. W. Saunders, 316 .

., _' being in a general way a great success the chauffeur not k owing his way 27 half South of Township HaiiKi- 34 28 Knst South.. the1'a.t C. B. McKinnon, Bro sville; Pasco Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf Phone 245.SSSISSSSIIISSSISSsul

;'. it was a cuetorated intellectual out of Orlando. He circled both Range 34 Kast.. Hernnando, Citrus. / STRAWBERRY PLAN'I.S-S.nd .
Included In $2.60
theUpper St. Johns Ilraln-
I : feast, interspersed with wisdom, wit Lakes Eola and Lucerne in an en- I age rIC'Ih'dII.: the Hoard of Supervisors Frank T. Wilson ssistant state for 1 000. Cabbage plant at $1.50.Peacl :
rl 20th day of (September." 1816.levied on the chemist; supervision /inspector. Lake- plum, pe.r.nd cherry tr... s
- r - Acreage Tax of ten crnti a( lOc Uniform at 10 to 15 cents each. John LI< : >.... .0.00000000000.0. ..6.00.0000.000. . 06H..... .+><. acre upon all the land. situated within) per land.Until foot E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf ---------- .
the said( district for the year 1(16, and further notice the inspectors ) ,.

: YOURLIFI3 tined you and that each the of Uniform you are Acreage hereby Tax no will be located as above and will not NURSERY TREES-Valencies, Parson Joe E. JohnstonCITY << ''

S' INSU I E YOUR HEALTH Hook. assessIng said tax has been inspect fruit outside of their dis Browns and Tangerines. Rough
completed by the Secretary of the said I
: YOUR PROPERTY Hoard and ha. been approved and ac trict. They will endeavor to aid Lemon Sour and Grapefruit stock ,-

0 cepted delivered bv to the the said Tax Board Collector\ and will of be growers, who, however, must select from Baaseaxer Hammock Nursery I
: ; ' Protect your family in the event of your denth county November on, 1 or 5.b f':>Jelhlahte lit day: of their own' samples ef twelve fruits, for sale cheap by Henry W. ENGINEER '

r\: ?4 Protect yourself against illness or accident. Acreage Tax Record Hook the declaring Uniform; of average maturity, and from the result Sm'th Wauchula. Fla., Route 2 1t.D

t Protect your property against fire or storms. office the lien of of the said Clerk tap of will the h Circuit* filed In Court the of the analysis, determine for 40.3mnFOR ':

.S : Protect valuables theft. of the said County of Osceola on or themselves the maturity of the crop. Surveying andDrafting .
your against 1 before S1 I S. the said. 1st day of November. SALE Oft TRADE for horse and ,

)e t i : WE: WRITE: THE: KIND OP INSURANCE: THAT PAYS. (Ct.Klrm Ct. Heal publication: October ZZnd. 1916. Mile. Lina Cavalieri, the famous wafon one 1 cy. BuIck In good
) J F.
MITCHELL condition good tires; must sell or '
.' : reliable Clerk Circuit opera_ singer, who for years past exiled 't'
Only companies in our list. Court. trade at
5 4<-t Hrevard (County Florida.I. once. A. M. Jo.... P. O.
S herself from l'
her native
country, Box HI. Klsslmme. 7tf
X>>. c-.t "" ..a..GN""JE1ISecond : the flrrmli roarS, Hrvratk Jadlrtal has gone back there and la now actingas .
('lrI'.U !. sad for O.<..!. foumtj. .
S : : Floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. Kissimmee Fla Florida. : a war nurse,to the Italian troop ,' ,

j ,:'f :: ... . .o..o.o.o.oo..o..o..oo..oo- .o.oo .o. "t.".-..IIU..torr.. A4Ioa of Peed of Mrl.BMKltllK Adoption..of cad a ('.EIII. ...-. I UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK ;/V : 'j11

S. 5 _________ ----- -- --- _ _ _ TO ALL. M
1,.., , November He It known A. D.that 1915.on we the win. 22 apply day of to Lc _,_..._I .&...w-...ND. BBAHav jv DON'T '
-- -SIIor
r..ene C. Aryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice: Pres. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.lrcas. the Judge Honorable. James W. I Perkins.. ...... I. R.d 5.4 STAY CONSTIPATED: fi' K K"D"50111
i, of the Circuit Court for the bo_ owa 51.. a_ .
; 1 Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of yak. a. a. .q .
Florida for the legalization of the :: ISe.e.4. 'I
S ; adoption of Willie ... hIaMeN. HKAND'rllJLaASVSOU -.
Mae Hhln. .
a child _. "
;; : now residing\ In the City of Klsslmmee DRUMsluffiwiMNOTICE Lhtr T... Will Clui Your Your druggist or dealer lens Voo a' ,..- '
Osceola CnU.t:: ld BY 60 cent bottl* of odaon'. Uver TOM' r
1 J Dated hla >r of October SJ.ggisb Lhrtr Bitter Tin Calonilnd under mi personal '
guarantee thki'i .
A. D. 1915. TO' THE PUBLICTo U' .ii&: I
; : "!", FRKD MrLAUOHLIN, and CII Hot Silintiv will clean your sluggish liver better UMM '
,.I >IN.his nasty ealomeli it won't make yon sick '

Van. Agnew A Crawford. Wife. AU Whom It Mar Concern: Calomel makes you sick; you. lose a and you eaa eat anytiiag you ,waat' / .-
k Bryan Realty Company Counsel for Petitioner.. 44-4t day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and without being salivated. Your druggist '
: You are hereby given notice that it I&IIy&tee.eal1 injure your liver. guarantees that each spoonful trill start'; .
POISONS the partnership of Bernard C. Ansted If you are bt lions feel lasy, sluggish '
.' : Offices on Broadway Kissimmee. | year liver, clean your bowels'and ,,,":It
Retained In the body cause rheumatism and W. H. Dawes, doing business M and all hocked oat it ;your towels are atralcntei. you b7..m.ora.. "
.1 ,t Opposite Graystone Hotel scrofulous sores, ulcers, and I II the Central Business College of Flor- eonstipated stomach la soar.and, TOUT take Mad a spoonful aches or of get your money back. Children gladly'" 'i\ :'.. ,

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