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 29, 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: VID00722
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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MaMtaiM ii .t.4 i ..r. 'K1SSIMMEE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1915.Htt '. -:; VOLUME XV1IL-NUMBER 4A I 4
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even fable for bacon production it* neeale m me nog. I When in action i I...." . . V-SJX VrifilOTap) WI th' .,11
no spectator unacquainted -
Hit s led, however, by an improved Hogs should be kept out of. dirt and :' with the fact, would suspect score of 98 out of 100 from the 18- H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY \ \ 'J.d.t .
wallow during ten day after using I
yard mark.
Senator Gore of blindness He has a
HlCk* that will beat endure Florida' the syringe on them-so a* to prevent I Perhaps there seem nothing
trick of holding in his hands a pieceof may
Hf/> climate should be raised. TheHfida infection of the wounds. No slops paper and occasionally turning towards unusual about the above. But in |I \

razorijack i I. that species should be fed to the serum-treated. it view of the fact that both' of these FLORIDA. "ThmLmnJ/.n>m.n>." /. 8.'... M.r. '
in these ten as though consulting notes, R.J' D..l..d Tltmn Any OfA.r S,.,. Jut 110. Uni.n
HJf cros-bred.: hogs days. I 4I
which make the unitiated think he is shooters have the use of only one

Mmorida, 2V Cent*-North, 6 Onta.m. Hogs in Florida do not have meas reading from it. He is an earnest, arm-Mr. Julian his left and Mr. \ I..

The Florida hog; raiser has an immense les. Worms usually are caused by energetic speaker, and with a resonant Maxwell his rilht--it is probable that

advantage over the Northls- filthy Iota or filthy feed. A small voice which makes it heard in their performances are unequaled in I BREAKER & BARCLAY

bog raiser. This advantage i III mild quantity of hardwood ashes and salt all parts of the senate chamber, and a the history of trap ;hboting. There is

[winters and continuous green pastturage and charcoal (mixed ) sprinkled on top !deliery emphasized by wild shakings no doubt that as evidence of what de- Real Estate and InsuranceKiftimmee '

; and it is so great that the of the feed trough will prevent or ex- of the head which seriously muss up termination and perseverance can accomplish -

than who grasps it can raise hogs (in pel worms. Good feed will also pre- his hair. their example has been a Fla.
I Florida) for 2% cents per pound, vent them. He has another trick. Always when source of inspiration) to hundreds of
'whereas It cost 6 cents per pound to Turpentine and linseed oil (mixed1 speaking, he has a large book on the I shooters. Certainly all who know I Farm LaooJ.Cit" .

raise hog in the North. quart of linseed oil and onehalfto table in front of him. Upon this he Pr..rrr ,

Cholera) Deadly-Easily Prevented. one ounce of turpentine) is the best places one hand, while with the other I S Or..... c_.. tr.

Cholera is the deadliest hog disease. remedy for bot grubs in horses. The he gesticulates. He alternates the Tr..Aly '--
( J. M. COOPER Clerk Col.....'.... LaN.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOO.0060000000000.t..OOOOO..
It kills 90 out of every 100 hogs that quantity of turpentine must be gauged hands frequently, but always when

,>die of disease. The mortality in a by the size of the horse. one hand )leaveb the hoC'k. I heher \ .

herd attacked by it l is rarely less than Keeping Pork in Florida.Dr. seeks it. In this way he retains his c c

'0 per cent and varies between 70 and Logan was asked how pork sense of position.The I

100 per cent. could be kept in this warm climate. blind senator has to have everything II ::: 's

Yet cholera l is the most easily con- To which he replied that this is a read to him. His wife and I

trolled and the most easily preventable question which need not trouble the his secretary do this for him and it -' I r
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of all hog diseases. All that is Florida hog raiser, M the southern is no vary job. He listens with close ,:" I 5

necessary is co-operation among hog- packing houses will be able to take attention, and when a point is reached *> tl '

's raisers. care of all his live hogs raised here; upon which he desires further en I IN OF ''I

p Clean up all filth or trash in or and also packing houses elsewhere.He lightenment he insists that otherbooks

about also said that pork keeps best of reference shall be found and I
; the quarters of the diseased Now !is the S.hccter'sTmeThe
that point elucidated before ,
herd. Burn the trash; also burn or when made from hogs fed on corn for proceod

disinfect the filth. Fire or lime are 30 days before being killed; -the corn ing further. The reading covers a Hunting. son! ;is here, and the I
t efficient in hardens the meat wide range of subjects and his mind call of the woods] the fields And .the A person may sacrifice his life in ? m

J, microbes.agents Use lime destroying cholera Clean One of Dr. Logan's hearers told of retains what he hears, so that when marshes is not to he d,.need. I defense of his valuables. <' ilkProtect

: too. plentifully. some pork cured and kept in Florida he takes the floor to make a speech, Get Ready I See that your scattergun both life and property by el x
up is oiled and Get a few putting valuables in Fire f
he is well easy. your our
that had remained in as equipped for the debateas
Keep all of the herd confined so that good condition other who hundred shuts practice at the gun: clubto and Burglar Proof Vault. (
men all their
four possess g
none will break out and cholera years.Blind ensure success in the field. Safe ni
carry senses. Deposit Boxes for rent, $3 and
_ microbes to other hog herds. Staggers and Role in Horses. that Get win shells loaded with the powders up per year. o_

.See that all of the area where hog: Blind staggers is' caused by forage .OO.OOOOOOOOOO OO OOO OOO

urine and excrement are deposited is poisoning. The disease act from O 4 tlt 1 1T

f thoroughly disinfected. The beat des.infectant mpldy feed. The disease acts so 0 BABY HPECIK1CATIO.N8 0
(so found by the United quickly (about two day) that nothing 0 j f'_

State Department of Agriculture) i IsIlquorlTe..o can be done for It. If any Indica- ..00..00..0..00..... 'Dupont n Balllstlte n Sohults 1 1 I

compound per cent tion shows, change the feed, which The Indianapolis ,Medical Journal Du Pont Black Sp./tley Powder

solution. Alternate Its use with that might gave the animal. gives:In a digest from a recent mag Each hai itt good points-; =finch has

of, lime, however. The so-called blind staggers that is same article the following require- it. friends and all are bound to get I SUPERIOR SERVICE + COURTEOUS TREATMENT I
desired! results if aim ii riht.Loaded / ;
I.No due to sun heat and which affect ments to your :
; outbreak of hog cholera will guarantee an Ideal baby: ,, } ,,
in all standard shell in bulk!
occur in a herd which has has been horses much as the genuine blind At tlrlh he should weigh at least or :;
at your dealer's. Wrilt fur booklet.
properly protected. The source of infection staggers, can be cured easily. Get six pounds; at one year about twen-

H I most to be guarded against the horse into the shade, bleed him, ty-one Qounda.'i E. I. Du Pont De Nemours & Company DIRECTORS: t

1*?: the farmers of hog raiser them- and make cold applications of cold- At birth he should measure twenty Wilmington, Dtlawar EL DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON '

I'' selves. Do not visit a farm infected water or ice-water applications to his Inches; his sister may be slightly J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTOS 111111I112/

I br the disease. Nor should any person head and face. shorter. I .

r; from the infected farm visit other Dog*-Blackmouth or Blacktongue.Some The first year he should Increase 1 c urn .

farm or herds. veterinarians assert that thy- seven Inches; the second three more; M ('ALL ,\GAZIN\l\ t i V

') The disease usually is carried on mol (in tablets) is the best remedyfor and from the third to the tenth year "' !! : : ,

.y the shoes or clothing of persons on this canine malady. Others con- two inches each year. 't'I I A :

the infected farm. Change shoes when tend that it has no remedial affect. The fontanelle, or soft spot on his .. - - --

wr coming bask from an infected herdi'kU bead should close about the nineteenth Ile I 1.l C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretaiy. '/ *
necessary to visit it. Persons

II' on the infected farm should do the HAIR STOPS FALLING Three to four and a half monlliH J The Waters & Carson

' Be careful otherwise-as to Grasp an object that is placed before

clothing;, hands, tools, boards, etc. A Save: Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottle him. Hold his head erect, alone.) ,

: minimum of precaution thus exercised of Danderlne right now-Also Seven months-Sit alone, unsupported -

,will probably prevent a maximum of scope itching, scalp. and reach for toys. I I 1 Women Tell Why They Grocery CompanyWholesale

hoc cholera deaths. Eight to ten months Start to j Love This Magazine:

J fK f Western state have been Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggyhair creep. Some babies never creep but Faft.iion to Fiction. it is SuI.K -
heavily iiv"wnirs Mrs. J. II of New York.
f" .afflicted by hog cholera. Yet it was is mute evidence of a neglected start to walk instead. I i"f .11!) the mairaiin' I lure ever taken m
r scalp or dandruff-that awful ..t I h.r I..f.l.. It Ian .ale.. kIT. Y1e and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
w Checked and eradicated by little scurf. Ten m.onthSbouJd start to .., ,"'..rn''. II. h. .urh h"u'' hou.' !
more .. .. .
There is 'I..I.1' I suggest h.n.. . .f. lean. ' 1",1. ..
: nothing so destructive to eland .. ... ... han.Il-. " .
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observance holding iiliiil nit It )
of precautions some obj.J..tEleven u I I. a u.. "
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",.;(J .quarantine precautions and disin- the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair months Stand entirely i i ,,,I,rnl.l..,.h mpy n. Lest I rat ,.., .*rear'! mv, .far uhsrIpI,1ltnMrlica ..,,..
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of its lustre its \I A J. of T..a. 1 nnmC tell .
strength and its .
.*., fection. very alone. .u all that II niMUta u. wrlfr* a south
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+ $ FJIe seldom life; eventually producing a feverishness Twelve to fourteen months-Start simI w.. nftrrtixl ..... mrmother V
the disease !
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carry ..
it Iuk It '<>r >*r befor and VNM now
:; i Dr. Logan in response to a question and itching of the scalp, which to Walk. !Ij :I. .I.lo It for pwr 1 IM4KI. awn: nw dlah.I- --
ra or 'Iwlp' learn. mr] say.tlla .
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'. :i ia not remedied cause the hair root One mama ,. h... from ....'.ALL.H.i'
"for flies year-Say and .u muat cniten
U usually stay about their to shrink loosen papa. i nil I.. .. rl.hl. I could not \ 1 '"homa" barn or farm. and die-then the Two yearTalk quite plainly A Fa-hi. Aalwas 'or II rmntl 0O + t

*1 ;:_,({Buirardi, next to human being. hair falls out fast A little Danderinetonight know names of animals, persons, qb- "I 1.ioUlTsili an In ay n.Tull Aw year(Mar and F....itlll. I__..._- WE SELL: O 0 WE BUY: + G+ ,'t
-now--- time will MrCALL'H lha bee ....1 0O .
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,4 aW the any surely jects. and pot two words together. Inc rayaeU. 4
.most important .. "
: .. of 1 h.* bean dreeemaklni .me. 1 was 14. 0 + 11
'infection. save your hair. Should distinguish wrllca. Mrs M. I* J of Onnnvrtlrut 7rr.mIt. HAY
;E It will not be necessary to one object from ilreeemakmi leeanm and III simple: and 1B- 0 0 HIDES + I t'
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine another .. I have '..nw<1 lo d..... mr
[hoot at four months. pattern
\ ,the buzzards, however, if another He must family' neatly and .""...1.." wrttea Jol... MM GRAIN 0O 0 + l ?
) '' ( ,precaution is observed from any drug store. You hear well and his teeth must make <.f JKenlurkr "Our family has worked 0 FURS + ,
: one for hut twoIon your ma ac'r -
you awn year
'thafcommon surely can have beautiful hair and lots their appearance at from five to .. . write. Ml** R.. of Neraaka"J O FERTILIZERS 0 + r
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sense ...
''k/ vieich. ought to of it if you will just try a little Dan months.In pallanit a hut dreaamakrr MtM'Af.I.and M. nrver an.I. am I n.any>vtr otto haven . O WOOL ++
jf.1' Bury every hog dead of chol- derine. Save a y Irnuhle In ", '::.tJ..rl..t. Katlafartlon." 4 SHINGLES 0O ....4 + ? r1
: your Try itl! 9 write* Mra II "f "The carat reHiil'lc -
xf era.; I 0 AND + ,
"l twiok <>n raatil'Ki Tour ranry work
a certain tow the local forecaster !i1_ I> .artment hanwd| quit a few dollarsfor
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JOn'n cholera-infested farm, tie up A of the ...." wrltra hlr. C of Orec.n ORANGE
rusty weather
screw seems so was so often wrong Cab 4 0 ALL O A ;
5u AIatS. Triml
;."t ', ,fasten. in cats, have and keep tightly fixed that its removal is I im that his predictions became a standing 1 'e Add... THE McCALL COMPANY 0 ORANGE WRAPS, O +

jjrporYcowa: ; and horse out of the barn possible. It will be qulte easy if a joke to his no small annoyance for he 708 McCall Bid,. N.w York City. N Y. O COUNTRY \

i: or:lot;,used by the tight fence See red-hot poker Upheld to its head fora was very sensitive. At length in despair I el FREE 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 O + 1't
f. .that,, nothing carries cholera microbe I Ta Weaiea Wk _I Mmple Cars of 0 PRODUCE + 1
short time. /The heat will cause the of liviijg\ down his reputation, he I Mr AM."H MAOAZINK an.BaferetMia .<1 at ,>..a "itraily CRATE NAILS O +'yput & '. herd. Finally dip crew to expand and thus asked headquarters to Patient Catalogue'Ta rilES oo requevt.Fanrr 0 0O +
enlarge 1 it* transfer him to 0
Fancy a.Nl.wmkw.l I : *
'.$' 'all.hog-in; : the ,infected herd in a 2 bole slightly; when It i* cool again t it another station. work Book'Atttrheav with new rREK rtmlcna, roe\:1 aN.t IBwbrolderf I;::.._. u poCh 0000000000000000 0000 000 + 0 . 0 + . t

per1'cent:,solution of liquorgreaseojv will be Its normal doe and be A brief correspondence ensued. T*> OfcwrrtUiaUkC Wvrfcan!TAll'B M Olwa to any ,
>, I> :'compound,;, may PI...*'for_W "Cburcfc-ruiv-l-ftaa ...-- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.'M_ .
j > easily removed with a screwdriver. "Why, asked headquarters, "do _ II......' AoII tor ..:;
\i.. B"suchicaop.ratioa'and.: ( precanvtion .- you wish to be transferred?" .. ... .... "Ct"110)1" ( .... 0..,..... Wi sire special attention to fitting out hunting end camping parties. .f
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,( will l hog cholera "epidemlcf9 be-: There II no pretties or morn be.. "Because the forecaster ) ... ._I Free delivery ia tie limit "Phone No. 12. Y fi

s :'' ome thing* ()t' t a*,havf o t coming; t finish for the Itreet fown of "the climate doesnt promptlJ'replied a 'rYaC oar In. is."., agog W.are county agent* for good fertilizer*. Ask M for cuculai. and pnoie I.a I. ,
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M1 That Kigsimmee has grown into one i just as hard drinking as their western
ACTION MUST NOW BE CONFIRMED of the "classiest little cities in the : brothers though not as much portrayed BETTER PLANS FOR GETTING to the fact that a numberof MEETING.'f i
SYNOD state" from what was once a "wild' in song and story. RETURNS FROM CROPS IN A tiie members of the Kisaimmee :
SAND? CENTRAL ASSEMBLY and woolly" cow-town is the statement For Kissimmee at one time was the FINANCIAL WAY TO BE PURPOSE Concert Band could not take part on

WICH WILL GIVE FLORIDA A of Editor Wright, of the Florida premier cow-town of Florida and is OF MEMBERS OF OSCE- Friday nights, the concerts will here- CLOUD'
/SEPARATE SYNOD OF THIS RELIGIOUS Growre, published at Tampa and cir- now no mean factor in the shipmentof OLA FRUIT AND TRUCK GROW after be given on Wednesday nlghts. ROADS TO ST.
DENOMINATION. culated throughout the United States. cattle from Florida. To the east ERS ASSOCIATION. The tint of the Wednesday night con

Mr. Wright's complete, article, of the city lies the boundless Kiuimmee certs was given this week and the following AND POLK CO NEEDED.4

I I- which resulted from' a recent visit to prairie and the pity was then the Members of the Osceola Fruit and program was rendered under - /
All of Florida is interested in the the city, is illustrated with photographs nearest shipping point to this vast Truck Growers Association will hold the direction of A. R. Marks:

mportant action taken at the fallneeting of the Methodist church, the region and was in consequence the 1 a special called meeting Saturday March "Spirit of Independence," FIGURES SHOW THAT MILLAGE,
ofthe Presbytery of the Osceola High School C. H. Funk's center of the cattle industry and the morning at 9:30 o'clock' in "the city A. Holzman. TO TAKE CARE OF 'BOND'IS. x

Presbyterian church. The plan is to pepper field and a view of Broadway.The gathering point of the cattle men and council hall to discuss plans for marketing One Step, "Rose of the Mountain SUE FOR BETWEEN 20. AND 25 '
divide the atate of Florida into three article reads SB follows: cowboys from all central Florida. 1am their crops during the coming Trail" Caddlngton 'A Brennan. MILES OF ROADS WOULD; NOT

"Presbyterys with headquarters at St. My mental picture of old-time Kis told that in the old day. it washardly winter season. Waltz "Love's Hesitation." Chas.J. BE ANY GREATER THAN MILL. +
Augustine, Kissimmee and Miami, and simmee shows shack-lined sand streets safe for a woman to walk This problem la the greatest one the Gilbert. AGE FOR BUILDING THREE

also have a Florida Synod. with about every other shack a saloon along Kissimmee streets while the growers have to solve and the growers Rag "Some Baby," J. Lensberg. MILES ANNUALLY BY DIRECT

The Presbytery of Florida at presyent while each saloon doorway showed its. cowboys were on the rampage, and in will discuss a plan whereby they Vocal "Tipperary" Mr. Regero (by TAXATION. .

:;. is attached to he Alabama Synod proprietor with hand shading the eye'as this condition we are led to believe may sell direct to retail dealers and request). .
: which is so far distant that is is he anxiously looked to the east for that the local cow-puncher did not consumers, thus eliminating the commission Spanish Dance "La Paloma," Yra- If the present indications are. not r'r'

-of no material benefit to the state of the rough coming of the Florida cow- possess the chivalry of his western man, who has been more or dier. deceptive voters of Osceola county ,

Florida. This action therefore means boy on his pony wildly cracking his prototype. Cowboys still come to Kis I i.a4 a trouble to the growers in the Novelty, "Operatic Rag," J. Lens- will be called upon within the next r'

that the Presbyterian church will ever present whip on his way to simmee but there are no saloons, no past. berg.March few months to decide whether or not '
have an important bearing upon the "licker" up. There were probably no wild cracking of whips, no reckless Tf. matter of discussing this plan "The Whip" A. Holzman. the county shall be bonded in the

church work in the state. The actionof Alkali Ikea or Cactus Petes in the dashes through the city streets on came up at the session of the organization The next concert will be played sum of 9250,000, or less, if, that }

the Presbytery must first be con- group but no doubt the party would Florida ponies; the saloons are gone ) held last Saturday and President next Wednesday, Nov. 3rd. 1 amount is found too large for the .

firmed by the Alabama Synod and the contain its Long Lash Johnson, Alli- the old days have passed; the Palmetto :Fansler' called the special; meet- work contemplated to build brick

General Assembly but no serious op- gator Joe and Palmetto Smith, and no Pete are now tame members of ing for tomorrow in order that all ENDEAVORERSTOHOLDDISTRICTMEET road. from Kissimmee to the |Polk
position is anticipated.When doubt they were just as care free justas of the members may take part in the county line and from St. Cloud to Kl,-
the benediction was pronounced hard fighting just as reckless and (Continued on Page Five) discussion if possible. Post card no- slmmee. f .
tices of the meeting were sent out HEREThe 't
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which closed the fall meetingof The matter was first broached at a
the Presbytery, held at Crystal this week by Secretary W. J. Fripp meeting of prominent. citizens .held r
BE urging! member to attend the 'r
River there were two actions upper- 22 CAR LOADS meeting.The .every District Christian Endeavor Monday afternoon in the office of-C.' '
most in the mind. of those who had convention will be held in Kissimmeeon A. Carson. Those present. were I C. "

attended. Actions, anticipated by SHIPPED TO TEXAS ON SATURDAYTwentytwo oft-discussed matter of chang- November 10th and 11th. In A. Carson, John M. tAe IL C. Stanford . '
ing the name of the organization andincorpor.tini'
most of the presbyters long before speaking of this convention one of the S. L. Lupfer M. Katz, N. C,
will also
they became issues forming the chief before the meeting.TRACTOR . brought 'enthusiastic Endeavorers of Kissim Bryan W. B.. Makinson, J"wVPren-, .....
.subjects of conversation when the men mee said."We tie, W. B. Harris, Ev E. Naugle and C.. is
carloads of cattle will the cattle are fattened for the beef <
grouped during Recess, encouraged by, want to make this conventionthe W. Griffin. John M, Lea w.'' "
..very report sermon and address, indicating be shipped from Kissimmee tomorrowby markets. The activity or Texas cattle ENGINE AND very best this district has ever chairman of the ,meeting and E. E,> .
Florida markets has arousedthe .
the Malloy-Lesley Cattle men in
the growth and development company.These bad. We are to have with Mr. Karl N ugt. ..cretaI)'. ? 4" .> ) <*' '
cattle have been purchasedby local cattlemen ahd it is not unlikely
These action. were in effect to make CULTIVATOR Lehman, of Alabama, ,our: southern Mr., Lee who. called the i meeting '
of Florida a Synod Lykes Brothers and will be sent that within a few seasons cattle ARRIVE ,
the Presbytery states He II recommendedto '' .
secretary. .
i .
: instead stated the as being to/dis
of t
,with Presbyterlee'and to enter to their ranches: near Galveston, Texas. will be fattened here purpose*
three us as a very fine speaker and we cuss the: Issuance of bonds to brick'
being 'shipped to Texas for that purpose
upon a definite and determined campaign ; .A 'number.'.of attracted fortunate In having him at
and persons were are very the two' roads mentioned. It' was,
the Texas'
This shipment is one of made allowing
f of evangelism throughout the many to the freight depot of the Atlantic this district convention. We extend avery stated that this work could be accomplished , j
this season to Texas points, where to make all of the profit. .
atato.rl Coast Line Monday morning when a cordial invitation to everybodyin 'for $260,000 or:less and that
From the opening sermon of Dr. J. pew gasoline tractor engine and cultivator Kissimmee. A full account of the if Osceola county wanted to keep her e. '

B. Albert of Punta Gorda to the closing BROADWAY LIVELY ON I NEWHOUSE SUGGESTS were being, unloaded. This was convention will be given for publication place among' the' progressive ..noun-\'
I. address of Dr. B. B. Bigler of St. I the first of up-to-date farming machinery in next week's paper." ties around her she must keep her

5 Augustine the spirit of activity and LAST FRIDAY NIGHT PLAN FOR AMUSEMENTG. purchased by Oscar Schmidtto pledge to make these conn et1on.on', C',
;4 the activity of the spirit were mani- be used on his farm four miles TAMPA SPECIAL TO BE the Dixie Highway as Orange/county ' 1
fat north of the city on the Orlando road. has already done her part, whereas

c? 'The echoes from the efficiency convention Broadway last Friday night was a H. Newhouse one of the progressive Mr. Schmidt came to Florida from (Continued on. page 6) '
recently held at Hot Springs I miniature of that famous street in citizens of Kissimmee offers Minnesota and is planning farm RESUMED NOV. 15THThe .. SI],

Arkansas as brought by Dr. W. B. New York by the same name. the following suggestions for the entertainment entirely by modern methods. i
1 1'' 'Witherspoon of Kisslmmee and pastor With the band concert at the bandstand of winter visitors: I following letter from W. J.

Evangelist R. W.. Edwards of the Japanese bazaar of the "Fix up grounds for a couple or NEW MEAT MARKETTO Craig passenger traffic manager of
l: .Jacksonville, were importations of a Christian church ladies in the.RJvers BUYS STt CLOUD HOME'
more, ifnecessary croquet grounds, a the!: Atlantic Const Line is self-ex ,
'% : great inspiration. building and the merry throngs place to pitch quoits, etc. Put up a OPEN SATURDAYF. planatory: -

s'' k. The two now well known Sunday bound for the moonlight excursion of few rough stands where men can play The Kissimtnee Valley Gazette, Kis Judge S. V. Decker, of 41 Sapnlpa- :. .r.... ??
school workers of the Presbytery the }adies of the Episcopal church checkers, or dominoes, eta, build a simmee, Florida Oklahoma Judge of the county court "c

1s' 'Rev. (T V. Albertson of DeLand, and the Street was filled with crowds dur- cheap Small' platform from which a H. Lawson has purchased the Dear Sirs: It gives me pleasureto of Creek county visited ,big father "

? Mr. P. E. Green of Birmingham Alabama ing the early evening. The band con- member of some club or different equipment of the meat market at 117 advise that effective with first train Judge S. D. Decker at St. Cloud last

; added much to the lifting of thepresbytery's cert was thoroughly enjoyed by the state associations or anyone else can Broadway in the Donegan buildingand southbound Monday November 15th, week. He was highly pleased withSt. i. "
..f standards. crowds and both the bazaar and excursion and for the and first train northbound
speak say something will open up an up-to-date market Tuesday, Cloud and while there purchased the
$ The sudden death of the wife of the were, financially successful. good of the order, sing eta Perhaps there on Saturday. Associated with November'16th., the service of the Carlson bath house. He will add a b,

'+ 1 aged Stated Clerk Rev. E. G. McKinley other appropriate amusements can be him will be his.son-in-law R. L. Over- Tampa Special will be resumed be- dance hall 60x60 feet in,dimensions.The r

l ,> of Candler came as a crushing COMMITTEE NAMED TO had on the grounds. street, who will have charge of the tween Jacksonville and Tampa, laving resort will be made modern in all

Hews to the whole convention. "We can do more in this way to butchering and Fulward Bass, who Jacksonville daily 9:15 a. m., and its appointments and will be operatedby

v<.$ Th. people of Crystal River made MAKE THE RIVER TRIP make a stranger contented than talk- for three years has been an expert arriving Tampa 4:00 p. m; return his brother, Paul Decker Young '

:Presbyterys stay most delightful and ing big things, doing nothing and ne- meat cutter in Tampa. Roy Young ing leave Tampa 12:45 noon, arriving Judge Decker will build a home in.'St,
|M? t the"Presbyters have have gone their glecyng the smaller amusements In wJjJ, have charge of the deliv I Jacksonville 7S>0 p. m. Cloud and has purchased five acres'I

;' r f "way with a greater vision and a f irtnr President H. C. Stanford has namedas the first place select a good place for ery. Mr. Lawson, states that he will The train will consist of reclining which .will be planted in a citrus,

i sit"' purpose.. a Committee to accompany the the purpose; grounds must be shady. endeavor to give the patrons of the chair coaches, Pullman parlor car, grove, where he will spend his win
.) Congressional party on a trip throughthe Seems to me the court house grounds City Meat Market, as it will be with broiler-buffet service and Pull- ters.

fi MATURITY TESTS OF F Kissimmee river the following might be used for the'purpose, if known, the best of meats and service. nan observation car. ( i iON i

prominent citizens: Capt. Clay Johnston no bettor. It must not be out of town The train will stop at the following OF'WORK

'CITRUS John M. Lee W. B. Harris, C. as many a gentleman or ladywill be BIDS OPENED FOR NEW points between Jacksonville and Tampa PROGRESS
s FRUIT MADE I A. Carson, A. E. Donegan and W. B.. on these grounds nearly every day In : Palatka, Sanford Orlando Kis

r Crawford.The the week. They will not go a mile or simmee, Lakeland and Plant City. ORLANDO ROADThe
$' two only occasionally for such 1 OSCEOLAJO. BOOKthe This train will' be in addition to
F.-8. Pond and B. E. Morrill representingthe trip which will be made on one away
x : Florida Citrus Exchange amusements. Our enterprising ctll- I three daily trains each of which are
of Johnson's boats will start
Capt. of the work of filling
main;of flee m Tampa spent Monday tens who can and will ought to start equipped with Pullman service, leaving progress
from Kissimmee on November 9th. bids for the printing of 10,000 in the etretch of roadway between t
'in:the-dty'making maturity tests of It is being made under the auspicesof the ball rolling at once. Play croquet copies of an illustrated booklet advertising Jacksonville 9:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. Pine Castle an and 9:30
"fruit from the of member. of aa soon as possible and quoits if some p. m. "
e groves the Kissimmee. Board of Trade Inan Osceola county were opened the following item from the Orlando a.
The of
_ the.,1tI..lmm.. Citrus Growers Associatieri will play. As soon as the strangers resumption this service .
effort to secure 'OIIrnment aid by Chairman E. L. Lesley, of the
i around invite them into the' speaks for itself and shows how theAtlantic i Reporter-Star.
} ,../ which is affiliated with the com ,
;; in improving the channel of the river county commissioners, and Clerk J. County Engineer G. R. Ramsey I* '. ... '
1.1 Coast Line feels with regardto k <
and when
of them
,yU. Exchange."In: with J. W.'iPrenUsmanager games enough are (
: company for boat traffic. Congressman S. Overstreet last Friday. Three supervising the bridging of the break '
: the tourist traffic to the west coast
"' local .. here turn the grounds to them in
; : of the .0- M. Sparkman chairman of the Rivers over were received the bidders being The i for this in the Orlando-Maltland highway near) '
'elation, and p.. E.,Evanl.,county farmdemonstrator a whole hearted way. These amusements se.IIOn.I
and Harbors Committee Major La- Tampa Tribune Rinaldi Printing
Maitland, caused by. bad washout '.
> would appreciate giving this, .
'e.tabUshed'will your
;: they:visited 4 the groves Due of the U. S EngineeringCorps : once bring of and the Record' u
; ( Army company, Tampa, publicity and oblige during the recent severe rab a..JWhen
.of v a;number of'citrus;fruit growers more,people here every year. A few \\
j "' Senator N. P. Bryan and Congressman Company of St.,Augustine.The Yours truly the water has subsided to a 1 greater;
"neured samples. 'This"work t8mp r.ry\.ta will do to begin with very '
W. J. Seara will be iif the ,
bids follows extent will be taken to "
were : steps provide
as W. J. CRAIG .
and. ,
lone in the ,morning,Awhile the after.: It 'wa. to have-'otherCongressmen more tan be added when needed.
n.Yw ,spent,'la*making" the .teats" party. hoped ., .. ': ':, \Record..Company, 11508.60; RinaldlCol Passenger Traffic. Manager.R. for. such a downpour;;:so?that, ,the'"j+:
ee ; :in .theparty but theywflLbennabls'to ..
0 R. ; '' :. 1137 for booklet and for washout will'not b. repeated.. ""'
"With the exception > samples of "'" ".. ) Q.!Rtchird.ahq''populsrDhatmadst ; ; $ $65 envelopes ...'
Tired'Bensfrom.pne'grp of.oM': ; e,:aH.frtst \ comet ..{s ',..," at'th.: PalaceDrugStore, re ('Tribune.' Company,.flOSO for O. Meek, formerly: of this': eI'tt, 'Work 'oi paring: 'the'., ,$ 7t ,, .."

__ .wan"foundtobsrtmmaturs; : + .: y''Lvpft.returned}; : :Mast.:jFrldsjnight.1 turned, Sunday..from Lakelandwith;; booklet" ,! and-C6 for'envelopes.. ', his son, Allen, Her:O.'8.. Roberts H. ldghwatwA,1, 1''r: ,W
sk teat w4ti be made later on, the !,from' ; Wrigh.tsvlilei.Pa-, :where. the pleasing announcement,that Mrs. :The contract will,be W.. Zander' and ,Pa vis "Singleton. *.all ;.,;. 1p *%r)Ii iWet ._; .,,'-

..following the rule of vUst14s he;/was; the illness of his Richards,:had,.'presented him with* a 'company. ;. 'providing' that, ofsFort'Meade" '',.:passed" ' ''. of' the.. k7,Iamb fII l ldry"and 1U
. 'Vwii"frutt Uf ore: .phipment'iPy mother. He' also visitedNew' ,York Hue ten:poond-soitr! 'Dick*.:hs*;benpasyfacceptinjj company .v tohave'the, Job,completed .Imme in' ,. .en a.* soon',a..Use.M** Jsv> 'j1m ,

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i ,:f' THE KISs< .li VALLEY' GAZETTE' : '

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'';' \ II' .f a cause of alarm to hia relatives and ... .. .. ..,. .. . .. ..... . . . i Denmark prohibits ,the "sale. .of 'ex It ii ...Id't'h.i 'this/'autumn :will '"

friends 'for several months, was operated .. portation,'of'' butter containing 'more. show the two extremes of the straight 0'rand

f St. Cloud Department on at: Orlando ree.ntt7anel Is PLEASANT VALLEY than.19 'per cent of water. : the rounded figure. ,

improving nicely. He had tuberculosis ,,"

of the bones, so it was necessary to .t. ... .. ... .. ... .. .... A new tumbler has two compartments The suspender frock II a good style I

have one rib removed a portion of We had a very I interesting Sunday one to told ice and the other for little girls and it provides opportunity

i {Newt and Note of the "Wonder City"; From Our Own three others and also a part of the schood last Sunday. Rev Mellmaker I for liquids that are to be cooled. I for making, over. ,'f'

j Special Correspondent breast bone. acting as superintendent and teacher, '

I''. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. owing to the sickness of Mrs. Bur:

die Floyd Peel of Orlando, will regret to nett, Mrs. Mellmaker acting as organist -
The meeting of the Ladies. In last week.
Improve- our city
leuin that he met with a very painful After Sunday school Rev. Mell-
P went Club was called to order by the L. U. Zimmerman. of KKMmrm-p, Yyl
motorcycle) acicdent last Friday HeWHS maker preached a very interestingsermon.
I president at,2.30 p. m. The minutesof wan H St.: Cloud visitor, on I
( traveling, on a road near Winter Mrs. Burnett is getting along
the previous meeting wen; read and Cupt. J. K Farm' kas a IHIMIK"caller --- '
a' I'.uk; when the front wheel broke, nicely and expects to take up hel"school "
approved. The report of the treasurer lit Ki" "IMIIIKMon, l'il'l.i\ !lat! 1 rlb
I ,ill him to the soon again. All
towing: ground and thenaionyclo are hoping for
r showed that our library fund i is still !Mr.' ,1. M. WilKo", "f. 'Ki-Miinni-i,. ''
t falling/ on top of him. HeI her speedy recovery and hoping to see -
increasing. Further was in town !1"1( fleck ittti-mliint th( _
/ I was akin( to n hospital at Orlando her back soon again in our Sunday I .f : i h I' : ; "
were made for the parcel post Bale, Baptist cnn\('ntion.1l .
] while ,it was found that he hud suf- school and day school. t U
i N. Himli,,, wholi.iMI r u.
which was held Friday afternoon, October r. and :MiI i
f< if'd l a badly sprained ankle and aniimliei
22nd. Mr. Morseman was ap- I been sjn.ixlnnj, : ( I hiMinimi" "i uitli" I, ---.c--:
; pointed chairman of the committee on fril""J."lid n.bilnein. lllinoi, ,.. i II' of bruises.M 4 0 . 4'J
: "r., Smith and Evelyn called on'Mi y :
selling parcels; Mrs. Martin chair- turned, to. the Sunny South. on I r n,d t.\: THURMAN CITY 0- ,
r. and Williams last Thursday *
s man on the decorating committee, and )last.I afternoon Q ,_ ._.. "cam'' i ie

t Mrs. Thompson chairman of the leo I Dr, McCarthy\ of Shingle I heel,, '
., I The I following/ officers were elected Mrs. S. C. Acrec was the guest/ of'
cream committee.The spent lust Thurwla.\ in' St t ( 'Ion.IA
i at Christian, Endeavor: service Sunday relatives in Kissimmee the '
f past week. '
following have donated books lettei lias been teemed) from ( 'I' wI
", ht. 1'iesident W. (I. McClain; Mr. )Dickerson has put in a cement
o to our library since our last meeting: W. Hoop, from the state of \"a-Illng 1
l | \i<"e-piesideiit, Mrs. C. M. Smith; secretary tank for W. C. Sensiba.Mr. .
Mrs. Labor Farris, two books; Mrs. ton, says. he experts to l hi111 St. ( 'loud I NM",..,1'llla .'
Mrs. McClain Les- .1Lar" i
; asst.-secy., was a caller at StephenAcree's
W. L. Reynolds seven books; Mr. soon I"nonlh": old fncnds f --v'
Me Haye chorister Mrs. McClain .
; Sunday.Mr.
Muncell 14 volumes of Dickins, and Miss Annn ('arson, of Kissimmre, ,
asst chorister, Blanche Lawson; organist Allen spent Wednesday with
) Mrs. Jaques, a 32 volume set of "Mak- was in our city on Tuesday lookingup / Pistol and Revolver CartridgesThat
Ruth Harvey; asst. organist, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba.Mr. .
of besides number of exhibits for the forthcoming fair
ers History a
Nellie, Wetherbee. Sensiba Mr. Hickerson Are and Accurate
helped Dependable
Cloud) l hi' ,;
novels, for all of which we are very at Orlando. St. ought! to .

grateful and the club wishes to express well represented there.W. a dress Monday three hogs for the home market YOU! selected your pistol or revolver because you expected t

its thanks through the columns U. Pullen of Narcoossee, was P morning. to give you results. f I
of the Gazette. in our city on Wednesday shopping/ < LAKE HAMILTON P Edgewater Farming Co. is settingout Now mult*-whet her incaiual shooting-<>r in serious,,'orka< the target -
t 0 POLK COUNTY 10,000 strawberry plants. -depend more than you might think on the wise" choice of ammunition.It .
The club then voted to put on a Mr. W. S. Alye"Jeft. on Tuesday evening I : J
0- o Miss Martha Acree is attending i* worth remembering that the'biggest men in the Pistol and Revolverclanecare ;.
A three musical at for a trip to the west roast He for standard !
act comedy, "Cupid school at Whittier.GEORGIANS. shooting Rem ington-U M C Cartridges-made every 11
College," under the direction of Mrs. experts to be absent for a week or so make of pistol and revolver ued anywhere in the world.

Helen White of New Orleans \M. Mr. J. W. Thompson, of Kissimmee, The wires of Ithe day and night electric For the right ammunition from the.port men'.point of view,see the Rem- }
ington-UMC Dealer, He display the Red Ball MaJtofR "' '"lJto.-UMC. ;J
R The meeting was then turned over to was in our city on Tuesday.Mrs. light and power line are now TESTIFY

Mrs. Hendrix. After current eventswe Snodgrass and brother, Mr strung/ and the current is to be start- Sold by your home dealer I and 870 .

were favored with an instumental Clark, of near Cooperstown N. Y., ed soon. TO MAYR'S REMEDY other leading merchants in FloridaR.ring.nAu.Uni.iiMstafkCartrids.C.W..lwwthRug.

b solo by Mrs. Buckmaster, which was arrived Friday ..evening.' to spend the The saw mill formerly located about ((2338'..,) N.r.Clf7

very highly appreciated.The winter. half a mile south of this town, has Live Redeemed and Fortunes in -I 4

next meeting of the club will Rev. Holt, of Kissimmee, spent been moved about a mile north, where Health Are Recovered. - - _

e Thursday in our city. there is considerable timber to be
( be Nov. 3rd. Miss Annie Carson of F I
( Kissimmee will be with us and give Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mitzel, of Nar- sawed up. Most of the problems of health orig- "I:i
inate in the stomach. Most of these
( A I a talk on what Osceola county will do coossee, were in our city shopping on A farewell party was given Saturday ailments can be cured. Thousands of

f at the Orlando Fair this year. She Tuesday.Mr. evening.' at the Wilbur Brown residence people right in the state of Georgiaare MID-WINTER FAIR AND

will explain the exhibits and what the and Mrs. C. M. Espy were callers to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lew, who needlessly: suffering from stomach

prizes Every member of the at Kissimmee on Monday.Mr. left Sunday for the new town of troubles while thousands of others EXHIBITION
have found health by the of
use Mayr'sWonderful
and Mrs. S. W. Rode and two Howey Florida.
club is requested to be present, and Remedy. The first dose of

p every woman in town is invited to the daughters, of Brownstown 111., came The Wm Hosmer residence and this remarkable remedy is proof.
r meeting. in Wednesday evening last to spend store buildings have been sold to Mr. Here are the words of two Georgianswho 5 HrCMINOI.K. O ("rr."IA( AN IIlt-
the winter.J. Moore of Kansas have used it: ANilE COUNTI H
City, Kansas. Mr.
B. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St.
I H. Ferguson was a business and Mrs. Hosmer will soon locate in Ga.-1'I j COUNTIESGREATEST llf It known. to. all of vou that' > "u
Atlanta took bottle ot
William Hettinger won the $2.00 one are Invited and r.pect..I to prfpHrtjultahl
prize for selling the most "Edison caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday.Dr. Winter Haven for the winter. They Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and it did exhibits' for dl.p'ay' at the
'K L. C. Riddle who has been at were among the earliest settlers here, me so much good I must continue the if eat position already agreed upon
t Lights" in the Edison Day contest. by your people. engaging In ft. friendlycompetition :
his old home, at Ballentine, S. C., and built the first residence here. treatment. EVENT IN for th..xhlbltlon of thvarld .
2i Mr. G. H. Clark was called to Mich- SALISTA THOMAS 55 La FranceSt. products 0' your 'cton( . also.
'" igan on Wednesday by the death of recuperating after his illness is back Mr. G. V. Decker, of Kansas City, ., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your THEDISTORY thin.. "Made In )our towns.. your

his father. among his old friends at St. Cloud, Kansas, after spending since June remedy for five weeks. 'feel like I OF THE school.. your work farm your product fruits lour your storesof 'f.getable. e

much improved.Mr. last looking over the ridge section of nardly known my strength-my appetite FIVE COUNTIESCOUNTIES house and field your art crelations. ,
Mrs. Lydia Mosher has the rooms is fine." your stock chickens and all otherthlnirs f
l and Mrs. W. L. Bartlett spent this part of Florida, has bought the of Interest.Prepare _
over the Bleech store, on Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
grocery to In and with
1 Pennsylvania avenue fitted up andy Thursday and Friday of last week Doan residence here on Main street, permanent results for stomach liver your family .:.1J..r 1. .person, and the .l ranger -
y with Dr. and Mrs. McCarthy at Shin and ten acres in the northeast partof and intestinal ailments. Eat as much 5 within your gates.
ready for roomers. This is a pleas
? gle Creek. town, and will locate here soon, and whatever you like. No more distress SUB-TROPICAL MID-WINTER EXPOSITION .
}' ant location and close to the postof-
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, of Orlando, and make improvements in the after eating, pressure of gas in OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE
prop- the stomach and around the heart.
Cce.The was a St. Cloud visitor on Thursdaylast. erty here. COUNTIES.
Ladies' Improvement Club is Get one bottle of your druggist now
I Mr. and Mrs. Reed Ramsay have and try it on an absolute guarantee
rehearsing for a three act musical
: Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Protzman, who taken d not satisfied money will be returned.
charge of the hotel here for the
{ comedy "Cupid at College, under the FEBRUARY 15-19 1916
have been spending the summer at winter.
I direction of Mrs. Helen White, of Pleats are a feature in linen ,
l : New Orleans La. Rehearsal every Hillsdale\ Kansas, arrived here Friday The Board of Trade is making plans skirts, but circular skirts should ,be Orlando FloridaBUCKEYE .11

i P night until the play is put on. evening. They were accompanied for a home talent entertainment to be avoided in all wash fabrics. .
home by Mrs. Protzman's son, George in .
L b -Dorsey Prescott, of Orlando, is here given the near future. ,
Trowbridge. % The Board of Trade will cooperatewith -
this week the guest of Miss Cuba
1 Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Crammer, who the Women's Club in screening

i Mr. Elmer Bass, of Whittier. spent have been spending the summer at the windows of the new room of the

.. I Tuesday arid Wednesday in our ,city.Mrs. Haze S. D., are again among their school house. The grounds around :qj
St. Cloud friends.
'.' /'' Catherine Phillips left thisOjL the school will also be fixed up and '"
1 W. J. Mallett was a Kissimmee vis- fneced '
and about half the
1., week for Sarasota, where she will fencing ma-
',,1 i spend some time. itor on Friday last. terial is already on the ground./ The
: i Mrs. Cadman of Narcoossee, passed grounds will be With Trees From Buckeye NurseriesA
'j.< Mr! and Mrs. W. H. Adams, of planted to St. Lucie
1" St. Cloud
through last
< Worcester, Mass., came in Thursday Wednesday on grass for lawn and shade and ornamental -
rr i
iI' 4 last and will spend the winter here. her way to Kissimmee. trees planted there. It is a Certificate That Is Real AssetWith
fine location. a
;,1'C.": N. Paver of Cincinnati, Ohio, t OtO OtttOo 'O ._ .
came in last week for the winter in 0 0 --- ---
: I f the Sunny South. 0- UNION" CENTER < OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO every considerable lot of trees bought from

i Misses Viola( and Debbie Prescott, O .A 4 .s Buckeye Nurseries there is now sent a certificate of

d Wesley Prescott and Mr. Smith of OOOOtO'OtO"OO'sO'OOO. 0 SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS, 0 number and variety of trees date sold etc. :

Orlando motored to St. Cloud on Sun- Mrs. Sam Barber was on the sick O d The adoption of thia certificate has been suggested to ,

day. They were accompanied home list a few days last week, but we are OO 'COO OO O tOO. OOOO. .v3 us by the number of inquiries received from persons :

by Miss Eva Savage, who returned glad to be able to report that she is Elmer Tison and family of Haines who have bought trees asking for information to give

-r.l' here en Monday. much better at this writing. City visited relatives here Saturdayand

"i Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lamb, Miss Bessie Lawson came down Sunday. other persons negotiating for the purchase of groves.

Monday night a boy. from Pine Castle Friday to visit home Percy and Homer Cromartie came In scores of instances that have come under our observation ,

"' William Silvaugh left Tuesday evening folks, returning Sunday. She is em- up from Davenport Saturday to spend in the past few years, buyers paid a handsome ,

.F{ for Sarasota where he has accepted ployed as one of the teachers in the some time with their parents. premium on grove properties by reason of the fact that

public school of that place, where she Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ivey of Orange
_ a position in one of the hotels. they were planted with Buckeye trees.

l Mr. J. dick of Jacksonville, was in is enjoying her usual success and the latter's Center, visited at the home of In a great number of cases negotiations for the purchase *r
popularity.Edna parents Sunday.
our city on Tuesday. I
of have fallen when it could
,y H. D. Lyon of New York City, ar- Harvey and Nellie Barber Mrs. Keller preached Sunday to a groves: through

rived Tuesday for the winter. called on Miss Iva Niswonger Sunday large audience. 'be established to the satisfaction of,the intending purchaser

O. H. Clark. S. W. Porter, Ed afternoon. Mrs. P. G. Cromartie visited Mrs. that the planting had been of Buckeye trees.

P George and Van Natta motored to C. H. Funk and son, Dwight and I. P. Tison Saturday. I p It is obvious the assurance that groves were made with

Daytona Beach Saturday afternoon W. G. McClain were the guests of Ira Lester Ivey spent Sunday and Mon- Buckeye trees has come to be looked upon by shrewd t

returning Monday.Hon. and Nellie Wetherbee Sunday at din- day here.
investors as second only in importance to the title to t
+ II. C. Stanford of Kissimmee Ed Tison, of Boggy Creek came ::1 '
land in view of the for
ner.Alfred the widespread reputation
was in our city on Tuesday. and Bennie Gatlin visited Sunday to help care for his brother, '

l Mrs. Emma Combs is visiting their father a few days last wek. who is ill with typhoid fever. -'ju.-.g..., quality of Buckeye trees. a '

friends at Sebring and St. Petersburg Mesdames Lawson and Harvey called Mrs. John Thomas spent Saturday .i- We want to give our customers tree insurance that will

.l this week. at the C. M. Smith home Tuesday in Kissimmee.P. a-----' protect them as much as does a title search. So we !'' '

Mrs. Easton, who has been spend- afternoon. G. Cromartie, who spent a por- have devised this certificate, which will be found an 'r '

ing the summer at Watervliet, Mich., Blanche and Janette Lawson spent tion of last week at Davenport, arrived asset of no small value in any transaction involving 6' ra

f arrived home Sunday as guests of their cousin Mrs. home Friday night.
Friday evening. She ,
the worth of a It is to the trees what
Mr. and grove. an .
Mrs. Arthur
r' was accompanied home by her brother Overstreet, at Kissimmee. They call- Alderman, of a Iii
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fay. ed on Mr. and Mrs. Longenecker as Boggy Creek spent Saturday and abstract of title is to the land. t

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Squires they returned home. Sunday here visiting Mrs. Alderman' Full particulars as to this new and helpful feature of

?, have taken charge of the Junior C. M. Smith went. to Orlando Satur- parents.R. Buckeye service will be mailed on application. It is

t League of the M. E. church. Meetings day morning to visit hie son a few L. Ivey left Tuesday for Walco, described in detail in the new Buckeye Nurseries' ,

l will be held every Sunday at 2:80: p. days where he will be engaged in the-or. 'Catalog. If you have not received a copy of this .+

m. All children are invited to attend Messrs. Mel Lamb and Thos. Wood- ange work this winter. ,
Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet S book, be sure to write us for one at once-the edition
these meetings. all motored out from Kissimmee and called on

I :Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Batt wHo called on Ira and Nellie Wetherbee Mrs. }. P. Tison Tuesday afternoon.Mr. is limited and will not last long. FREE on applica ,{ ; .

;,4: '} nave spent the summer at Buffalo N. Sunday afternoon and Mrs Jim Bronson spent tion. Address f 't'

sl4 r. Y-i arrived home Saturday evening Arthur Haye and Bascam Fletcherare Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Art ., 0 ;w

:)'' :I f pl -Jlr: C. H. Johnson, of Chicago III., moving the mill owned by A. E.Donegan Bronson. Buckeye Nurseries .f

"ft: came in last Thursday evening and is and are going to take chargeof Asbestos has been discovered .
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), guest the Bonair house. He .ex- the new as i Sardinia in quantities that are ex- :

-It 1.' 01. pecta tdjispend the winter in our city. soon as the machinery U properly installed. pected to make mining profitable.To I -B_ _-" '. .
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i: )4v" Monday evening.rib.jWtlJ.., roasts* .of;Sam Barber, and family on And 'Build Up The System

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jOOOOLEiTERSJSgNTOijiIN2/ ) ; 0 KISSIMMEE, SCHOOLS .'0 0'i vtKTTERS' FROM1' 0o' lax than those of most eastern states.,
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, The following pupils of the Kiistm-: .There .will-be;a special' meeting of Alexandria, Minn., Oct. 22, 1915. '
mee public school hare not been absent -. the W. C. T. U. Tuesday, Nor. 2, .4 Kissimmee Valley Gazette 10 CENT CASCAHETS" ;
or tardy during endi&g o'clock.: Business of Importance makes
: I Dear Sirs: Enclosed find UO) for r.. , !
Oct. 8th, and have made an! ,av.ral'81' It necessary. for, members to be pres
of ninety per cent or more, in their, ent. The state convention meets at my paper for another year I must For Sick Headacke.,. Sear Stoataca, "

CONGRESSMAN IN UNITED 4000000000 00'0000000 studies, with not less than eightyfivein Orlando, Nov. 9-12, 1914. Tuesdayevening say you have a good live paper and I Sluggish liver and Bowel*-: taey. '
wouldn't Want to be without it. I own '
STATES IS APPEALED TO BY 0 0 any subject, and not less than there will be addresses of a couple of tracts of Osceola county work White Tee Sleep i

COMMITTEE AND INDIVIDUALS GOVERNOR TO HELP ninety-five in deportment: welcome by Judge Worlow and others, land and hope toSnove" down there' In Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indices-

ASKED TO BRING PRESSURE TO _____ O First Grade, B. Division followed by a reception. Mary Har- another year. Ill give you a few lion Sallow Skin and MlMrablo Headache --

BEAR-SCERETARY OF AGRI- Governor Park Trammell!, of Edwin Barnes, Charlie Johnson, Joe ris Armour national temperance lec- names of people who I think will be como from a torpid liver and

CULTURE HOUSTON INDICATES Florida, has come out with aoOo Denning, Helen Bell, John Lester, Cecil turer, recognized as one of the leading prospects for Florida and you may clogged bowel, which cano your

THAT HE IS INTERESTED. strong endorsement of the Citrus + Allman, Roy Huling, Ernest Walsh, speakers of the U. S. will address the mail them your paper as per your stomach to become filled with oadi-

Canker Campaign for Federal Raymond Schweikart, Daniel Minx, convention Wednesday evening. The statement, that the county commissioners seated food, which tour and ferment

Within the first week that the Cit- O1 Appropriation. O Emory Harris, George Lee Singletary, mornings will be devoted to business are paying for them. You like garbage' In a awlll barreL That'.

rus Canker Committee representingthe In a letter to D. C. Gillett, Cecil Me Loud, Eula Allman, Viola Miss Neal in the chair. may also put my name on your Booster the first step to untold misery-Indigestion

growers of this state has been at chairman of the committee Gov. Bell Yowell Evelyn Paulk, Mary Nau- Like a bolt out of a clear sky on a list and any literature that may be foul gases, bad breath, yellow

work more than 100,000 letters have Trammell 1 says: gle, Hazel Newton, Clara Sue Ledbetter recent morning came the order of sent here, I'll be glad to see that it skin, mental fears, everything that 1*
been Rent out to the most influential "I wish to assure you that I Nellie Gilbert, Erma Denning, William Hale Thompson, mayor of is placed\ in good hands. horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret

men in the entire United States, appealing 4 stand ready and am anxious to Tempie Minx, Emma B. Quirk, Hazel Chicago, closing the city saloons at Resp., tonight will give your constipated ;,

to then) to help Florida in her 4 do all possible in behalf of your !Hirtzel, Ethel Joiner Mary Yates, midnight every Saturday night, to remain F. H. STEVENS. I bowels a thorough cleansing and

extreme need. The ultimate purposeis movement to procure the appropriation Muriel Davis Lena Driggers, Zelma closed the following twenty-four straighten you out by morning. They

to get the support of the membersof from the Federal Gov- Benjamin. hours, thereby making effective the Eight blades set in a semi-circle work while you sleep-. 10-cent box sP

Congress for an appropriation by ernment. First Grade, A. Ih'- state law which provides that the lid frame, form new implement for cutting from your druggist will keep you feel

the Federal government with which to "Command me when I can be ->, Florence Ashton, Oren Brown, Sarah shall be put on liquor shops on Sun- I halves of cake evenly. ing good for months. '

clean out entirely this pest which > of assistance to you." "S- Duke, Willie Durham, Enoch day. Prohibition leaders and woman I M

must eventually destroy all citrus 4 4 Herzberg, Garner Johnson, Henry suffrage workers were immediately 0-0--0
growth in this country if congress 4444444444 444444444into Key, Leroy McCloud, Vera McDonald, aroused and congratulatory telegramsand : .0+ O..U.O .O-O.OU ..000 0 00 0 0..0.0 .OOOOt.o 0.0.0... t.

docs not take action. Paul Munger, Hansel Johnson. letters from various organizationsand t

All of the other seven states simi- other affected states. They have Second Trade B. IHv.- indvuduals began to pour in upon f z

larly affected are heartily with Flor- Ifeld conferences with leaders in these Clinton Bass, Glenn Benjamin, the city executive. The announce- I
Nicholas] Weisner William Flora ment the white ribbonerswere LICENSE NOTICE'
ida in this campaign and letters and citrus growing: territories, counselledas come just as
Odell Harrison Melvin Johnson Ward for the National Con-
telegrams are being received daily to the best methods of procedureso entraining I
by D. C. Gillett, chairman of the Cit- that the entire campaign of all the Lorenz, Dick Makinson, Don Oliver, vention at Seattle and called forth

rus Canker Cimmittee, pledging that states man be in closest co-operation. Tobias Palmquist, Helen] Snyder, Ru- from Miss Anna A. Gordon, president 0

they will bring organized effort to These leaders in the other states express fus Suhl, Hazel Bass, Dorothy Bullock of the National W. C. T. U., this utter-
bear. confidence that they can senda Rosella Cooper Helen Chapman ance: "We consider the mayor's edict AU State and County Liceases are due aid payable October' 1

Frances Dunne, Catherine Denning, a great send-off for the trip to our annual
These ]letters and telegrams are solid state delegation not only 1st. Tkis iaclade License for all kiads .. bauaew, aataawkilet,
Doris Davis Fox Vivian It takes
Madeline meeting. certainly a re-
from organizations of growers, marketing pledged to vote for the citrus canker
concerns, experiment stations, appropriation but to actively work Floyd, Risina Finiocchiaro, Alma markable type of courage to enforce a etc. TkeM License Mast .be paid before tke FIRST DAY OF '
Johnson, Julia Ledbetter Christine Sunday law in Chicago but when Chicago
nurseries, railroad interests and similar for it, with the Florida delegation.One -
powerful organizations. They all of the strongest supporters of May, Lina Schilder, E. Lane Stevens, does take a step we know it is a NOVEMBER. Oa that day iaferaatiea will k s filed agakwt

yl express confidence that Congress can the campaign is Dr. Clarence J. Owen, May Snow. big one, 'for the Chicago foot is pro- every eac b. OsceoU Couty subject t. pay liceM Tax ... ku ''1 ,

be persuaded to give the financial assistance managing director of the Southern Second Grade, A. Div- verbially large. It will prove a great
necessary to destroy the affected Commercial Congress, with headquar- Clara Tucker, Arnilla Fansler, Min- benefit to the city morally and financially ..t den M. There will be .. exception U ia dock M to '

areas and to quarantine the ters'in Washington. Because of his nie Hudson, Margaret Dann Ruby ," Later, from the White Rib- whether yes are subject t. a Lic.... Tax, crafer wkk ike proper.
pest spots until the bacteria have had close association in the Capital with Driggers, Carrol Makinson, Elizabeth bon Special, Miss Gordon wired the
time to die out of the soil. the government officials Dr. Owen's O'Berry, Sarah Rexford Irma Tyner, following words of congratulation to officers before Nevesiber IlL Exotic will Mt be accepted after t'

This week a letter is going out from interest is very valuable to the cause. Caroline Reaves, Wain Walling, Bet- Mayor Thompson: tkat date. t
tie Mae McClure Fred "Two hundred and
the citrus committee to every congressman Snyder, Lupfer, fifty delegates
in the United States. It is GOOD MUSIC TO BE Gilbert, Thressa Bronson, Mamie Lee representing the eastern, middle, W. B. CRAWFORD, ;
Johns Scott Marom Scott Dor- southern and western routeto
Accompanied by a concise booklet tell- Mary states en Preeecntiaf Atten. ....-'
alea White Serafino the ,
Finnacchiaro second annual conventionof
ing all the principal facts about citrus
r canker which the congressman is ask HEARD IN FEBRUARY Ralph] Witz, Audrey Clark, Ellen Cole- hte National Woman's Christian

ed to use not only to win him over to man, Elmer] Hultquibt.] Temperance Union at Seattle, Washin ....--.r
Third Grade ton, congratulate on the determined -
the cause but in convincing other confreres MOZART QUINTET AMONG TIn B. Ijv.- you -
that they also should Mte for NUMI1KKS ON PROGRAM OF Grivin Driggers, Noah Flora, Alfred stand you have taken in the

the appropriation when the 1 bill comes WINTER CHAUTAUQUA AND Flora, Willie Gilbert, Roy Hansell, cause of law and order in your an-

heonCongrl"Rs.. The entire state ARTISTS' FESTIVAL WHICH Archie Key, Eustis Peaks, Thomas nouncement that the laws forbiddingthe I
mile of liquor on Sunday will be The Favorite Store of JKutlmmee
delegation from Florida in Congress WILL liE HELD IN KISSIMMEE.Good Quirk Ralph Schjlder, Olin Sylvester .1 t
is determined to make this citrus mat- Charlie Sylvester, Frankie Tyner enforced You have recognized the _

ter their paramount business in the music well rendered is tonicto Harold[ Burkam, Mary Coleman, Mary best sentiment of the\ city in the stand :1A
next Congress. They are determined I a Ethel Gilbert, Marie Harper Geral- you have taken. We thank you." -
Fey the human mind and a tired body.
to show their constituents that when a dine Johnson, Eva Johnson, Kim- The Rock River Methodist Conference
Science has thia. Great edu-
+ subject affects the welfare of their cators have declared that the students brough Oliver, Mary Ella Stroup, meeting in Chicago on the day

home state'hey will fight for it to the learning capacity is greatly hampered Ruth Starling, Elsie Welch, Edna the mayor's action was made public, .
Y last ditch. Yates, Louise Young. telegraphed Mayor Thompson: ?
when his taste for fine music has not
rt Senator Duncan U. Fletcher and been cultivated and when he is givenno Third Grade, A. Div.- "We congratulate the city of Chi

Congressman S. M. Sparkman, representing opportunity to hear high-class' music Margaret Waring, Irene Ingram, cago on your courageous action in or-
1 the First District have been and it ia for this reason that our Eula Bowen, Olivene Savage, Eunice dreing that all saloons, or dram shops, i WE HAVE Ill.! ;

in Washington this week consulting public schools and our universitiesand Rivers, Hazel Grace Bell, Margaret be closed on Sunday in compliancewith :

'I with prominent officials, including colleges have arranged musical Cosens Letty Holtzclaw, Rebekah the law of the ataet. We hall .

t Secretary Houston of the Departmentof courses for'' their students. This is Miller, Pansy Outlaw, Katie Hlrtzel, with joy this step toward sobrietyand ; s t : rat

Agriculture. Secretary Houston why some of our leading colleges go Edna Cayson, Tracy Canova, Herbert righteousness, this additional .. "W'
A' has indicated that he ia Interested in to the enormous expense of presenting Wilson, Elton Anderson, Willie Joiner, prophecy of the ultimate doom ,of a .. coaaectioa vita er Hardware Bae we any a ceeaplote. ''t.1/I, ''t

'r the ease. His own expert investigators under the auspices of the college Arthur Bullock David Cayson, Ar- traffic that debauches everyday of his ., funi airs. We make a specialty of .. ",,-,; ....*, ...-/ ..: "' '

have stated that the destruction the great singers and instrumentalists thur Donegan. the week. We pledge ourseles to Laud! reliable

w rK>f the entire citrus industry is inevitable of our country. To spend an hour or Fourth Grade, B. Div.- stand by you in such a cause with

unless Congress takes drastic so under the influence of inspiring Madge Rivers, Mary Winn, Fannie voice and vote and prayer to Almighty Bed Room Furniture .
action. They say the condition although music rendered by real artists, is as Seymour: Fred Evans, Elmer Schwei- God." Dining ;

alarming is far from hopeless.It beneficial and stimulating as an hour kart Elzey Burkam, Paul Grubb, Bas- Other organizations are sending Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-

is beyond state control but it is unquestionably spent under the charm of the eloquent comb Lane, R. D. Thomas. words of praise to Chicago's mayor, ,

possible for the Federal words of the masterful orator. Fourth Grade, A. Dh.- and men and women of prominenceare lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, -

Government to the burn out every infected I- Recognizing the great value of high Eddie Bass, Rubie Baas, MargueriteBrice expressing their personal thanks Couches Etc. ;
tree in all citrus-growing states Nash Bronson for his advance
class music, the management of the Ray Leo Canova step which many pre- ,
and to quarantine the locality until Southern Chautauqua and Artist Festival Anne Dunne, Janet Graves, Willie dict will bring about the enforcement

to all bacteria have died out. I has felt that the musical features Long, Fred Lupfer, Katherine Miller, of the Sunday closing law all over i.
A strong effort is being made to of the coming to be- Marie Ogram, Clara Bell Yates Dor- the state and ultimately] the enact This store U makiaf a record for itself ia tbe Matter elkelpiaf

have this appropriation included in presented here next February program, should sie Yates, James Snow. ment of a state .prohibitory law.- people to outfit koates. c... aid. see. Our price* are l\\

; r the Agricultural Department budget be the very best that could be pro- Fifth Grade, B. Diision Union Signal. riPt. '_e' ,_,-, .
as it would thus come into use sooner
cured.In Zelma Bronson, Blanche] Meuler,
and through the proper channels of Nellie Woodall, Elizabeth Waring, ADVERTISED LETTERS
administration. As Secretary Houston "bringing the great Mozart Quin- Willie Johnson, Amos Snow. Advertised list for the two weeks
r and his bureau chiefs tette into the Southland for these TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
have all Fifth Grade, A. 1>i.- ending Nov. 8th, 1915 :
J taken keen I events, the Southern, System is givingto
a in the citrus
the South Wmmfred Denning, Una Harman, Bass, Mrs. Clarence, Cooper, A. N.; e
an opportunity to hear
d Industry be it is believed that they one of the most.,brilliant collections ol Arthur Simpson, Sallie Ledbetter, Denton, Mrs. Vannia; Habny, D. M.; N. matter what kind of aa Eafiao yon ..n--Gas, St.... .

in disposed to include this sched- musicians the American platform has Margaret Winn, Johnnie Bronson, Jackson, Callie; Jones, Eddie.B. Railroad or Stationary Eagiae-we kare exactly Ike Tools. 1M
their estimates.
i of letters from all offered. The company was organizedto Gladys Calkins, F. S. Ledbetter, Katherine B. Simpson, Postmaster.. used. ia your everyday work-Wreackes, Uaauaers, Oilen, etc.,

Florida parts supply the demand for the highest Tiller. all of the best quality aad werkmaaskip, aced at prices that will

!; by are being snd other sent out each class of music rendered in a manner Sixth Grade, B. Div,- "So, Doctor, you are still single.Ah surprise ,OL Tab store lau tke repatatioa kaadliag ...,

II IIwill growers appealing to the members interested of which will appeal to the mixed audi- Vera Johnson, Dorothy Miller, Ruby 1 fear that"you are somewhat ofa hardware tkat i II of superior quality aid yoa will rake ..

Congress from other states for ence. Each member is an artist of Oliver, Archie Bass. woman hater. take ia coaUaf ... NOW.. iatpectiaf .... big stock.
sup- unusual merit. Sixth Grade, A. Div.- "Nay, madam; it is to avoid be-

a, port.Besides Velma Hudson, Lewis Hirtzel, coming one that I remain a bache-
this there are many non- This is a very unusual company. Charles Dann. lar."- -New York Post.
residents of Florida] who have extent Aside from the superb music it offers ;
Seventh Grade, B. IM .-
t & + property interests here. All of the manner in which it is ren- Gladys Howell, Irene Milton. Osceola Hardware Company

s 1 these are being enlisted in the fight. dered is worthy of note. The com- Eighth Grade, B. Diy.- Invigorating to the Pale ana Sickly

The citrus canker committee, of which pany is elaborately costumed in the The Old St - I Vashti Harmon, Jessie Bowen, Ma- .tr:1:
.t A''' D. C. Gillett, of Tampa, is chairman I, picturesque attire of the period of I bel Scott, Clara Ploetz, Harold] Flint, GaOVK L.I.rt..e.rIche.lhr TASTELESS hloodand chill TONIC.bnlldaupth*.r.,
.. and executive director of the cam i Louis XV, creating an effect to the tem. A true tonic. For adnlu and children. Joe
Annie Turner ] .
_ I Alpha Westfall.I' a
paign, is sending out personal letters eye that cannot but be appreciated by I'
9 1'\r I f' Eighth Grade, A. njy-
to all those who own groves here, and an exacting audience. The stage fittings -
Cornelia Lancaster
Edith Miller,
''''':those who live in the North are considered I I and light effects are especially limited
Miriam Pierce Doro-
Munger, Oliver s '
:"'" especially powerful Mince theyi. pleasing, and their ensemble work is I "
"i" thy Wells, Minkie Gardner, Elmo I Potash supply has
;; can request from their own Congressman particularly htrong. The program
Griffin, Lawrence Parker.Ninth .
: \ that he protect their personal interests moves along smoothly with no ]loss of cradeGarel given an incentive to look

'1 by supporting this appeal time between the numbers. ; Lane,--Stratton Story. more thoroughly into plant nutrition '

v s ,from Florida. There are many companies of foreign Tenth GradeChristine with view to utilizing products at hand to the

"I A largo office force is kept busy by musicians appearing on the Ivey, Charles Regero, best The result of efforts very {:
:rP i purpose. our along this line is
.Mr.GUlett sending out letters and cir'nla" American stage but none seem to Ruth Howell. ,\

r 'i, and still the general chairman have grasped the demands or understand Eleventh Grade Florideal ''.

t 'I' ,aay, "We are only just commencing." the tastes of the typically American Edna Calkins, Abbie Harris. Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less Potash ,
He is particularly anxious for all .t I
:to* persons audience, as have the Mozarts. Twelfth Grade-
:: .". who are acquainted with any They are presented on the coming Edith Niewonger, Helen Bass, Ce- -It ia so carefully blended that whew land U pro[ r y prepared we will put it ',.'<'.

.members of Congress to write to festival for their musical worth to the agaiMtanyfertfliiermieitureofiAmeammoniaandpiioepboricaddo n. }
leste Parah Clark
Moseley Frank -
.1 ;these legislator asking them as a community. Calkins. Jent. itgardlaaa.of percentage of poUih. particular ''' .' Q Qa
,, 1, :personal. :'matter to lee that their vote L I I ;. t-. I
-:'$ .it!,'cast for' the bill carrying this ap- Mrs. Russell Hastings Mlllward, The Sphinx propounded a riddle: iii son & Toomer FertHizer.Co.Jaeksonrille . ",.

'Z .ylroprfiflon.Epeouraging. wife, of the well-known explorer, has "How many girl would swim out
: !: reports are! being re- on the prize of,, the Navy League for beyond the danger line if the lifeguard 4.

elr.d by;Mr. Gillett from the special enlisting members. She elated nine was a woman t t" she asked.-- FUridft ) y.

'',-lH'nti": : "sent'by.;. "She citrus committee ty-one in one week'. campaign. New York Sun. ?

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;The' Kissimmee Valley Gazette I IH" begin reaping this extra harvest for themselves. "* NINETEEN REASONS 1 1 I- i'S '

... They have the !land and can produce thf feeding Mrs..Carrie Chapman Catt:who i is the chairman' .icl + 'pI
_., i crop, if they will but awaken 'to their opportunities. of the committee whcih ''is* directing the campaign I "' IsPcociiment1 t t )
e+...tamtt.Iu.g...F.l Florida should have this extra profit which, is. now for woman suffrage in New York has given nineteen ,
MIN ...... FTm. About
( i ran.v Kissimmee
going to the Texas cattlemen<<: and to the railroads reasons why women should be granted the ballot t .

,f kl I w ..a... AND B. ti. vavi' AONKW, 0"t -_ who are shipping the cattle. In Addition, she says that all these reasons may be If.everyone walking. alongth* side '

"" :,' B. B. ...vo.... sMIt* ... ...**.T. The subject has been given a great deal of attention summed up in' just two: Because it is just and ''The commissioners of Osceola con walks'of \the city will carry a sharp
.f Y."'' by the Florida press recently and some of because it is expedient ty hare purchased 600 subscriptions. knife I and, ''whenever" he Is swiped in
.. .-.u.. the comments may prove interesting. Other reasons are: to the St, Cloud Tribune and the KU- the face by a frond from a palm, ora

,;r 0 l On.On. COPT COPY. One Blx: :Months Tear ?-___.---____?.----._--._ fl 1.00 60 The Bradentown Journal : Because 8,000,000 women in the United Statesare simmee Gazette to be sent to twelve bit of bush, or a twig from a tree,
P q On. Copy. Thr* :Month. .-.__.....-.._.___... .rat says wageworkers. and their health and that of future hundred select addresses. This method stop right then and there and cut off j,
"What's the matter with folks here,
; / you ( anyway citizens is often endangered by evil working condi- of advertising has proved a great the offending growth' he will confer a r ,
,.I-t' correspondents All .0mmunle..Uon.J must b**signed".pt from by the our.rlt.r.authorised tions that can be remedied only by legislation. Disfranchised ' success in the middle west-and thereis fayor upon owners too careless to.
i Rejected matter wlll'not b* returned un lea. called That's what a buyer for a big Texas cattle labor lowers wages, and voteless women! no reason why it should not come keep their premises in proper condi
for concern said when Manatee county cattlemen were are compelled to take less pay for their work. into favor in Florida. tion. That is what I do at every op-

(Entered In the Poitofflce In Klaelmm.e. Florida. loading a tram with range fed beeves to be takento Becaues the strongest interest in women's livesis St. Lucie county, in truth every I portunity. No property-owner has the ;,
a* econd-clas matter. fw Texas to be finished for a better market on Texas in their homes and families, in having pure water, county in the state, should do like- right to allow the growth of his stuffto

FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1915 pasture and in Texas feed yards. milk and other foods clean and safe streets well- wise. No one thing: in the state will bother the passerby-but there area
And it happens in this Case that the main stapleon supported schools. As all these are directly affectedby advance its popularity and wealth as lot of those who don't care how

which the live stock is to be prepared for the politics, women need the influence of a vote. will local newspaper circulatidn in much they annoy others. There is but f
y BONDS FOR BRICK ROADS better market right here in Florida, when it returns Because busy housemothers and professionalwomen other states.-Okeechobee Call. the one way; and that is to cut off the i\

-:- properly finished as Western beef is rice. The can serve the state only by the means used -+- bothersome growth and cast it from fj

The good roads bonding fever has struck Osce- cattle are taken to Texas and turned upon the second by the busy men ; namely by casting a ballot. recent The Arcadia good roads News tour in of writing the enthusiasts the you. Of course one should do the act :[

; ola county. growth of the harvested rice fields until frost Because women are consumers as well as pro- of that in proper manner-in a fashion not to ;.
; With Orange county to the north of us buildingan kills the foliage, and then they are put on rations of ducers, and as they bear their share of the burdens Entering Osceola city says: injure the plant in any way; and I .

t extensive system of brick roads, with Polk coun- ground rice, cotton seed meal and by-products of of government, they should share alike in its privi Loughman we had a fairly county(good marl near i am particular to do as I should wish k i
the cotton fields. to be done But cut them off '
by. --
for million dollars in bonds leges.
ty in a campaign one to road nearly to the Cypress creek, witha
build brick roads and with ever county between' The Texas people will just double the value of Because a government is neither democratic nor very well\ graded and drained roadto whenever you find them protrudingover I
Jacksonville and Tampa preparing to build a connecting the cattle in sixty days, getting as much for two republican when one-half of the people have the the city limits of Kissimmee. Hers or intruding upon, the public :
road from the northern to the southern' months of handling as does the Florida grower for power to control the other half but it simply placesall we found the main streets paved with Walk. And do it now-and all the : ;

't metropolis. Osceola county citizens have begun to three years. women under the rule of all men. instead of the brick laid flat on the sand in appar- time.-Palm Beach Post. .

feel! that it is up to us to fill in our link. In this case it so happens, also, that millions of rule of a king or an emperor. ently very good condition. The Kis- Florida lacks -one+-of the great essentials i 4

The contract has already been let for.the build- acres of Florida land, now uncultivated, is peculiarly Because there is no reason why all women shouldbe simmee people, looking to their own which serve as an impetus ".i
ing of the road from Kissimmee to the Orange adapted to the cultivation and production of rice, I included in the only classes deprived of suffrage; best interest are boosting the manu- for the stock-raiser. Should there be ':
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county line to join the road from Orlando. There and with this advantage, that there are no frosts in namely the insane, feeble-minded orientals and facture of a cypress shaving brie packing-house and an ample stock- ; '

remains the stretch of road from Kissimmee to the this part of the state sufficiently severe to kill the convicts. saturated with asphalt or some other I yard once established in the state-

Polk county line to join the highway through that rice pastures, which may be grazed until exhausted. cementing substance. Have a section I the central portion of the state would, i; .1

county to the Hillsborough line, which is includedin Raising Florida cattle on the ranges is a profitable THE LOCAL NEWSPAPERThis of this laid in the line of the heaviest i of 'course, be the better location-thfc! : '
the program of the good roads enthusiasts who business, and because in times past the low- traffic in the center of one of the grower of stock would realize that ,

are now in a campaign there for the big bond issue. priced three-year-old was produced at such a very squares, indicating that it will makea there would always be a market for I ,
t Then there is the road to St. Cloud as a part of the small cost the cattlemen did not care to put on the is the way it looks to a writer who has superb paving material. We were what he could produce-and there ,; '

fr new connecting link across the state from Kissimmee finish and secure the larger price ; but with the settlement traveled some, and watched for reasons why a town unable to get even an estimated cost could be thousands go into the business ,I '1

to Melbourne on the East Coast. A good passable of the country and the breaking up of the prospers. He says this about the town newspaper, of this brick but if they can meet O of "beef and pork" more or less ( ''t
county road is now being built by the county convict vast ranges the lime approaches when the salvationof which we reprint for the benefit of our readers: prices of crcosoted wood blocks the extensively. As it is the grower is .. ,

;' gang from St. Cloud to the Brevard county line. the cattle industry will lie in the growing of better "Stand by your town newspaper. If there is permanent quality of cypress as com- often handicapped by lack of a ready f

there to join the road being built by that county.At cattle and getting the "velvet which is in the anything in your town worth talking about ten pared with pine would indicate thatin market--and fears to invest largelyin

a meeting of prominent citizens this week it finish. chances to one your little. town paper had a handin this material we have a coVnpetitor the business lest he fall far and t

was decided to begin a campaign for a bond issue Drovers who come from a distance to purchase putting it there and if there exists any unsightlyor for creosoted wood blocks, as the ef- flat. I
of between $200.000 and $250.000 to build brick Florida live stock are unable to understand why theresidents unsavory nuisance, twenty chances to one it will fect upon the force proves to be very Jacksonville should by all means .
roads from Kissimmee to the Polk county line and of this state should overlook so good abet stay there until your town editor sees it or smells itand similar, and the brick seems to stand have such an establi.hment-with a ;

from Kissimmee to St. Cloud. The proposition has t as that presented in the twenty to one shot whichis wipes his pen on the town board's breeches. If the traffic splendidly.A company back of the proposition possessing :. '
been put before a large number of citizens since comprehended in handling range cattle two anybody beyond the walls of your little burg ever short stretch of marl from Kis- sufficient capital to do business t I' 6
that meeting and has met with almost universal ap months in order to get an even break with the learns that there is such a place as Peaceville. it will simmee north to the county line of right. Naturally the undertak- ',.
proval. It is said that the St. Cloud people are enthusiastically grower who handles the animals three years. be through the town oracle. Orange county brought us to the new- ing need not be great at first but it
in favor of voting bonds for the building It is not surprising that the buyers should be "Every village gels its money' worth in the ly finished brick road through Orange should have ample facilities for caring u.\' .

) of roads and a meeting is to be called there to surprised. Really can any one at. home offer a village newspaper. It's the wagon that carries all county to Orlando, with the ex- for all that came to it. It is a mon- I'f
consider the proposition. < reasonable explanation of the situation? your good things to market. It ought' .t. be kept in pt-lon of about five miles, which is ey-losing proposition for the growersof

#i These two roads make a total of between 20 and The Tampa Times commenting upon this. editorial good repair. In many cases it would pay to grease now under constructionbetweeh Pine 'Florida to ship their stock to the !
23 miles of roadway. Under an act of the last legislature said: it. paint it.; keep its running gear -in shape and shelter Castle and the city limits. middle west" merely for the sake of 1'>
The Associated Press dispatch published in The at the public --+- having it slaughtered and shipped
S the county commissioners are allowed to assess expense. The commissioners of Osceola coun- r
Times Wednesday, announced that the "Stand by local It's the guardian back to this state-when it would be
r seven mills annually for hard-surfaced roads. on scarcity your newspaper. ty have subscribed for six hundred 'f!
It is by this assessment that the funds will be secured and high price of beef cattle in South America has and defender of every interest, the forerunnerand three month subscriptions: to the two possible to produce, within a few
; to pay f.r the paving of the Orlando road. resulted in Argentine removing the interdict upon pioneer of every advance movement and the papers the Kissimmee Valley Gazette years, all the meats necessary to sup- i
the importation of American cattle into that country, sturdy advocate of law and order. Take it away, and St. Cloud Tribune. They have port this entire population! It'(

providing as a result of which the largest ranchers of the country and it would not be six monhts before the town found this the most effective adver- Growers of hogs in Florida are of- v

4 three or four miles of roadway could be built an- are now in America buying fine bulls and other would look as if it had been doped. Business would tising for the least expense and results ten discouraged because of the difficulty I ,-1:

; Dually. Building by this method the county would blooded cattle. On the same day the Bradentown drag, society would yawn and grass grow. betweenthe are so good that they have madeit of selling the swine. There are- : ,A
r Journal published editorial in which Texas cobbles." small butchers to be sure, woo will 1 N
2 require some seven or eight years to build the roads an a annual.-Sarasota Times.
1 named. In the meantime OsceoFa county would suffer -I cattleman, engaged in buying cattle in south Florida -+- purchase pigs of small size; but the i ;:
by comparison with the other counties and lose I laughs at the people of our section for not taking There has been a good deal of unfriendly generality of butchers inthe vicinity f t.
her place among the foremost progressive section. advantage of their opportunities to breed fatten HERE'S A GOOD CODE. OF BUSINESS if not hostile legislation to of Jacksonville refuse, or did refuse &:

;of fhe'sUn; I and market the finest breeds of beef cattle, and who -. the newspapers in these latter years but a few years aback, to purchase "'
$ : both at the national and hogs weighing above one hundred
capital at and
asked "What's the matter with folks ?
', | If [a bond issue of $250.000, is voted the mill-I you anyway One of our re.denbusinell man-hands us some of the state capitals.But fifty pounds "because they c\
The Times has been asking the foryears were so
tat would need be increased The same question
not to same'evenemiiin the following which he clipped from some magazineand hard
t to handle and "
; we are glad that this hostilityis dispose of. And
and the rapid increase of interest in tsock-
( assessment, whiCh would be providing that it is good code for business
suggests a pretty not universaLFor the profit to the grower of hogs
under the named three four miles of breeding, together with the demand for the establishment It comeswhen ,
( plan only or to adopt in their everyday doings. '
of stockyards and houses in Tampa men instance, the county commissioners the 300-, 350-, or 400-pound '
1 road a would the interest on the bonds reads .
year pay : of Osceola county some mark is reached.. .
T and provide a sinking fund which would retire the>> i indicates that the question will be answered ina I believe in the stuff I am handing out in the years The
attempt to induce
ago as an experiment subscribed for a the Installation ,i.lea'
most emphatic manner during the next few .
""r whole issue within ten or twelve And in the years. work I doing and in ability to results.I .
years. South Floridians are indeed overlooking magnificent am my get Valley Gazette to be sent to intending' of a large packing-house( Jacksonville ,",I ..
meantime Osceola county would have the roads immediately a I believe that honest stuff can be passed out to immigrants and the scheme worked Should result in such a 1 Ii\.
opportunity for profit-making, and it is high propo.
and would the benefits therefrom dur-
j methods.I .
get honest by honest sition.
men satisfactorily-It Not only will It
so be
time that they realized the fact and ceased to sleep. was productive of good fosj \. ;
ing all ot that time. . I believe in working not weeping; in boosting such good results-that this year that Jacksonville but it Will be a boon for i

That good roads bring benefits in increased not knocking; and in the pleasure of my job. body has put itself on record as hav- the entire slate. The movement should J '.
travel, greater convenience to farmers increased EVERYBODY CAN HELP IN CITRUS FIGHT I believe that a man gets what he goes after and ing subscribed for six hundred copiesof be forwarded by every method possible $ "
land values, etc., it is not necessary to explain. It ;- that one good deed done today is worth two deeds the Kissimmee Valley Gazette and -and its achievement, properly J ".;.

is difficult nowadays to find a man who has not Everybody can held in stamping out the citrus tomorrow and that no man is down and out until six hundred copies of the St Cloud' heralded, would mean an incentive for
become converted to the good roads idea and to canker that is threatening this state. he has lost faith in himself. Tribune.It hundreds of men to enter extensively r
admit that one does not believe they are beneficialis Everybody MUST HELP if the industry is to be I believe in today and the work I am doing in is regarded as the best publicity into the stock industry.-Palm Beach y
to place one in an embarrasing position among tomorrow and the work I hope to do. and l in .the sure investment that the county has ever Post. 5'w

ones fellows. saved.There is not a reader of this paper but has a reward which the future holds. made. ,,rnrrrw.r..l_ '\.
Good roads we must have, if we are to rank friend, or several of them in the North, and these I believe in courtesy, in kindness, in generosity, So far as we can remember Ocalaor ing which should place the county in ".
among. the progressive counties of the state. We friends in the North would of course help their in good cheer, in friendship and honest competition. the county of Marion in all the pub- the front ranks of those counties in

can not be classed as the one county in all central friend in the South, if advised how to do so. I believe there is something doing somewhere licity schemes that have been invested the state whcih believe in properly advertising -
Florida which will not provide her share of the There is only one way anyone can help and thatis for every man ready to do it. I believe I am ready in-which include any number of their resources and opportunities "

highway from Jacksonville to Tampa or her shareof by assisting in the campaign for Federal aid right now. outside publications-have never re- and progress to the people of

the Western branch of the Dixie Highway together Let everyone, therefore, write to his friends in garded the home newspaper svs factors the world. As has been their custom
with the connecting link to St. Cloud. Besides the North. Tell them plainly that the citrus fruit GAZETTE -a. in the up-building of the city or for several years, the commissioners

this we need the hard-surfaced highway to St. industry of the South will disappear under the rav- PRAISES VALLEY the county and when the average business subscribed for COO copies each of the .r": j l
Cloud and to the Polk county line as a means of ages of this plague more contagious than smallpox, man has five dollars worth of Kissimmee Valley Gazette and the St i ii '

travel for our own people. more infectious than typhoid and to the citrus tree That even in other states the work that is being commercial printing or even less he Cloud Tribune to be sent to people in i
Since we do need these roads, why wait for lets it out to competitive bidding.We other sections
more deadly than tuberculosis I is to man unless done in a constructive way for the development of of the country who are ?I
eight or ten years to get them when the same mill- Federal aid is obtained. Kissimmee and Osceola through the columnsof want to toss a bouquet of all interested in Flordia. These subscrip

; age will care for the bond issue to build them now Request the friend in the North to write a per- the Valley Gazette is county appreciated can be readily sorts of beautiful flowers at the feet tions ,are for a period of three months.
as would provide them by the slower ? of the board of county commissioners The board also
process sonal letter to his congressman. Just a brief request from the following letter: voted to advertise for M,
Bonding is the modern method of securing im- that when the bill providing for Federal aid for seen Columbus Ga., Oct. 20 1915. of Osceola county. bids for printing 10,000 copies of a
provements. In the more or less slangy phrase of Then again we notice that county booklet
eradicating the citrus canker is presented in Congress The Gazette Kissimmee. Fla. nearly and subscribed for
the : "Everybody's doing it." Surely all of Valley every town in Florida outside of in the ,
song i the member> will vote in favor of it. Dear Sirs Permit to our e.rnealappreci.tion space Tampa Tribune Year; s,
: express
the counties of Florida whidl;. have bonded can not It will be your contribution to the great cause of kindly reference to Southeast Ocala has its ordinances printed in Book. This will undoubtedly give Oa-

+ be wrong. Osceola county As no bonded indebtedness that is pending, and a valuable one. Live Stock in your issue of last week. the local newspapers. They actually ceola county a great deal of very ef ;
at present and if other countties which are all your look upon their home papers as fac- festive {
California zeal to support Florida in its pleato The reads issue of with advertising, moaning mane i
writer every your paper
ready heavily bonded"can vote millions for road, Congress for Federal aid in the eradication of much interest. You certainly are doing a magnificent tors in promoting the growth of their new residents and buyers in thatf" j"

? we ought to be able to bond for $250.000 or less citrus canker is shown in the following extract froma work and unasual amount of it, for the de- respective communities. county.-Palatka Times-Herald. r
r if it i is (found that a smaller amount will build the letter to D. C. Gillett from F. O. Wallschlager. velopment, of an city and section. The value of Ocala has two of the most enter- -p- i
roads named your prising dailies, of any city of its size
of the Citrus Protective of California
secretary League The Gulfport
this work hardly be estimated.If touring party found
can to be found tit
anywhere but
?, By all means let's have the roads and since they receive the9foot
: at any time you would care to use any of but grass-shouldered road between
bonding is the best way to get them let's bond. "The industry in California is deeply interestedin scant help where most other local Orlando
. the cuts published in Southeast Lave Stock we receive and Kissimmee the. 1
. the fight that i is being waged in Florida to eradicate would be glad to send them to you. newspapers their most best of them all. There is not a duhti:

t WHY NOT FATTEN OUR OWN CATTLE? the canker. We appreciate the seriousness of With best regards and best wishes we are, generous Ocala's support.ordinances about, the 9-foot brick road properly ' Xfa'
are posted ; "
the danger that threatens and I am sure our people SOUTHEAST LIVE STOCK. on built being all right. A 16-foot road'ra; .
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telegraph but
t During the present; :season thousands of cattle stand ready to be of such aid as they can in the By Walter J. Woodall. the local poles, rarely if ever in is nicer, and a 24 nicer yet; but the/1>-:jay
M have been from Florida Texas. control of the disease." press.
shipped to The board of cost in proportion; and the 9-foot road, -
'. ,. Sounds like shipping coal to Newcastle" doesnJt: The people of this state and this community are the city council county comrryssionerg, is all right. Any man may see ,for:' .
" it) appreciative. They do not forget their friends. Does advertising pay? Listen to this: The Curtis have nor the board of trade himself if he will take the trouble'.t,,' 'tae

; But according to recent figures there were: morecattle They remember tomorrow the favors( they receive Publishing Company announces new advertisingrates never hundred subscribed for a thousandor look over the state-and if he wM not; +
upon the ranges of Florida than upon those for the Ladies' Home Journ.I--$8.00; a line. a copies of the local take the trouble he should not intti
today.All to be
\i'y'; of any.other state Texas not excepted :This being. of which is suggested by the fact that the For a full inside page in the Ladies' Home Journal papers work of inducing abroad in the good mate that those who have done BO ;

: :. '4k fact.'why, should they be shipped to Texas? people of the citrus belt in particular and the state they only ask 6000. for a second or third cover in lot with /settlers! to cast their are either liars or fools.-St., Petersburg '.!'
. :,-. iti Jh*' reason is simple The Texas cattlemen asa, whole are 'asking their public officer and es- two colon only $1,000, for' the' third cover in threeor But. in Times. ,I ,
. }save discovered that they ian buy Florida cattle peciary their Congressmen and Senators to help more colors $8,000 and for the fourth cover in merits we of hopes that some day -+-- '; ,}

r: \ 'aDd ship them to Texas, .,where by two month feed- them to obtain Federal aid in stamping out the four colors 10000. For the Saturday Evening Vie will be more fully our local newspaper It does not matter In''? }:'"i.Jeatt. .. ,'.

i \ ling they exactly double the value of the cattle. In citrus canker j Post a rate of $8.00 a line is announced or $5,000for appredated.ocalaBanner. whether you spell his 'name Nawgel I zN
.. Other word I i'' they get: for'two:, ; month' LandJiD as If'this '''aid is obtained-.nd (it can be obtainedif a full page $6,000 for a second or third cover Nagle or "Naugle," he eertalnlTy.beata", ,
}knuch"iltM Florida cattlemen;get forthree, years;; the fkmftVl. !U !made! tulficietry: strong-th. peopleof in colors $7,500 for the fourth corer in colors $10- The board of county commissioners the Dutch in putting .the'dope: ,

4) -S; i 'With, the .teee.tldAblopmeatof! ; forag:. 'crop ,Uu>,districrwill U.duly appreciative. .at th..PlOp' : for:/the 'center double page in black and $12,000) of Oseeola county last week arranged the Kissimmee Valley/np: Gasettav.:Orlando oa,. ,I',1.'.

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find that it is an important citrus sec- Exchange man, and before the comIng I the effect that within the past few In closing, I wish to say that,ft* I
GROWTH ISMAGAZINE tion, so important indeed that there of the Exchange to Kissimmee days thirty-four cars 'of cattle had stood snapping the picture of the Os ,t.
are now four packing houses and the has been sending his .fruit to prlando been shipped from this place to pointsin ceola High School, shown herewith, ',
MAN'S SUBJECT Florida Citrus Exchange will operate to be packed in the Exchange house Texas.It I could see the spires of fire churches'
N here this season. Secretary Prentia there. Both Messrs. Miller and Pren- is indeed a shame that these cattle closely grouped together. I do not ... '\ >'
is also the manager of the local or- tis believe that Kissimmee is the are not fattened and slaughteredin know' just how many churches Rise. <
r' ganization of the Exchange, which proper location for a meat packingand Florida. During the past twelvemonths siramee has, but even fl>e is a pretty
,i* (Continued from Page One.) Donegan of Kissimmee, who is presi- will be known as the Kissimmee Cit- refrigeratator plant, and surely 540 carloads of approximately good number for a city that but yesterday
i ; ::1 Florida society, and Kissimmee one of dent of the Citizens Bank, has boughtthe rus Growers Association. He says South Florida must have one some 14,000.ead have left Florida. was cow-town.
; the classic-it little cities in all Florida. Hotel Graystone and announces that a conservative estimate of the where before long. That Kissimmeeis
i ': All this change has taken place that extensive improvements will be Exchange holdings this year will be still some cow town was evidencedthe
't't, within the memory of many of the made on the property at once in order 60,000 boxes of fruit. This estimate day I was there, for I saw a few
present inhabitants. As one approaches that it be made one of the foremost i includes the fruit from Narcoossee, hundred head coming in from the NATURES SOIL BUILDERBlowers
': the city on the train he is empressed I tourist/ hotels in the state. The build- i which, while it has an association, prairie on the hoof amid much crack-
with the buildings to be seen; thej'U' ing was erected in 1908." I possesses no packing house. It is also ing of whip and wild haloo. A news- Ground Limestone make acid soils '

j fine stone station, the splendid Gray- Having thus squared myself and I expected that considerable fruit will paper item on September 28th was to sweet It releases potash salts and imparts
atone Hotel, which Is built of cement proven that I am not as Ananias was be put up for independent shippers.The .
- -- -- ----------------------------- strength and vigor to growing crops and trees. 1
blocks, and the many other cement 1 will go on. Reference is made to the packing house of the Exchange DISAGREEABLE CALOMEL IS Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine) BLOWERS r
block buildings in sight from the improvement the lake front-the1! is an old one, but it is being renovatedand YIELDING TO PLEASANT readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities GROUND ',\ k
rI t train. Getting from the car a few lake called Tohopekaliga. The shoreof equipped with considerable new HV-VER-LAX. -Can be applied at any time-is \
F moments walk takes him to the ,main the lake comes to within a city machinery. The house was hired with inexpensive. Write for literature and prices LIMESTONE .'
. ',. street, Broadway, and here he sees block of Kissimmee's main street, and the understanding that when the as- Physicians generally agree that the Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. '
I a splendidly wide street -w th a park- yet up to this time the citizens have sociation builds its own plant that all nauseating, unpleasant effects of cal-
their to utilize this this machinery be taken out. omel are due to the undesirably violent Boa Ie JOS. OeaU, ?
way running through the center; a not seen way clew new may
I i well-bricked highway with fine and wonderful water front for the amuse- A packing house supply company is action it has on the system. For a
imposing brick buildings ,on either ment of the tourist and home people, putting in new sizer, polisher, three long time various substitutes have 4"
l ....... ... .
been tried but it .t.
Bide. In fact, Kissimmee comes pret- but it is now proposed to have this I conveyors, compresses and box nailing was only recentlythat
f' t1 nearly being a brick city, for near- front bulkheaded, boulevarded and machine. I am told that a committee the really wonderful remedy, YOUR LIFE a
I .
t' l It everyone of her streets are paved parked, and one can readily see what from this association visited Orlando, C-VER-LAX was prepared success- INSU E YOUR HEALTH
with that material. such improvement will mean to the Tildenville, Ocoee, Winter Park, Win- fully by L. K. Grigsby.LIVVERLAX YOUR PROPERTY
\ ). From a cow-town Kissimmee has city. This lake is twelve miles long ter Garden, Florence Villa and Bartow has all the good, .
: jumped into the front rank of Florida by seven to eight miles wide, and is before deciding upon what machineryto and none of the bad effects of calomeLIt Protect your family in the event of your death a

., cities as an esthetic center. Every the source of the Kissimmee river. install. The directors are presi- is a necessity in every home, always Protect yourself against illness or accident.'
,' week a band concert in the parkway Look at the map of Osceola county dent J. S. Stratton, John M. Lee, C. 11. being ready to cleanse tne slug Protect your property against fire or storms!
I attracts the citizens of hta town, and and you will find that this river emp- Funk, H. M. Breaker, B. C. Miller, J. gish liver and bile clogged system, Protect your valuables against theft. -
i; : between courses of music they discuss ties into big Lake Okeechobee, and W. Miller and L. E. Partin. The house with no unpleasant after-effects.
i"'' ways and means of improving their then realize that with a little deep- Manager will be C. C. Boyd., who was LIV-VER-LAX is guaranteed to WE WRITE THE KIND OF INSURANCE: THAT PAYS. '
I I community. This ia from a local paper ening here and there that one can sail in charge of the Tavares association give satisfaction, or your money will Only reliable companies in our list ,' .
i\ i : "Fifteen to thirty automobiles I Iti" in boat from Kissimmee to either house last year, and who is com- be immediately refunded. Insist on the ;"
::E>> G.a..GN': .tJI R '
and 200 to 400 people gathered around Gulf or Atlantic, by way of the big mended as a man who puts up a original bearing the likeness of L K.' .
the band stand every Friday night is I lake and the Caloosahatchee river to crackerjack pack. |1- Grigsby. For sale in 60c and $1 potties ; I Second floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. Kissimmee. liar, : I ,
' becoming the enthusiastic feature of tier former and by way of the Ever- With a normal crop Kissimmee puts at Osceola Pharmacy. .
' c the "clean-up" campaign and improvement glades canals to the latter, and such a out about 200,000 boxes yearly but ,, t
"i movement recently launched voyage would take one through the this year the fruit men are not look- I
' f by the Kissimmee Board of Trade. very heart of Florida with all its ing for more than 60 per cent of a 0<:::::::>00<:: <><:::::>0 ()c:: "
' Nearly 500 citizens were present last primitive beauty. There is now a reg- crop. Kiasinunoe, is also quite a trucking I .- -
Friday night and listened to' the different ular boat line from Kisiimmee to Bas- center. I visited the farm of Mr. Wi 1'"'
i, home speaker discuss plans sengerwhich U but fifteen miles C. H. Funk and looked over his large e -',' ..,

Ik for bettering the city and devising north of the big lake e acreage of lettuce) and eggplant: He 1 I" ',' ,,,':?orl'' ''', : ,
: means for public improvements.'. The Secretary' Prentls, of.the Board of U'a successful farmer of the type that " f a
' t sentiment of the meetings is that Kis Trade is responsible for the statementthat {. bringing Florida to the forefront:

+,. J, simmee, already a clean town in comparison Kissimmee now has a populationof One of the pictures illustrating this
? with others in the state, is 5,000; that it has all the improve- article shows Mr. Funk in the midstof
going to be put in spotless order." ments at a city of its size anywhere- his fields, and one can see the FLORIDA MEATS s i
J Kissimmee recognizes thevalue, of 'phones, electric lights, sewerage and cabbage palmettoes in the backgroundthat im
L the tourist. People from the North city water. There is a golf course with denote that this land is of the
who for any reason stop off here are a very splendid club house and city hammock variety. Mr. Funk is alsoa t
charmed with the place, and there is tennis courts are provided for winter citrus fruit grower and a directorin -
t an ever increasing Influx of that class visitors. He tells me that the bulk- the Florida Citrus Exchange.I i'N
of people who are looking for an At- heading of the lakefront was once am much indebted U Mr. J. W. 15 CENTS A POUND
I I-' tractive place in which to spend the planned at a cost of $60,00 to $75,000, Miller, of Kissimmee, who took me in
winter, and Kissimmee citizens are but this. fell through and the present his machine around the outskirts of -
: : Out to encourage them to come, and to plans are much more elaborate. the city and showed me the farm and

I" stay. They are shown every consideration Ktssimmee has a back country. We truck patches. Mr. Miller is, a loyal November 1
;;" ; entertainments are provided -A Beginning
:, for them, the hotel accommodations
,. : Are good, the place is healthful, the
We will sell l all of Florida Meats at
.t 1'' Climate is what Florida has to offer, tN EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN .
m 't((1- and that means the best anywhere in 01". them a Six:: Month Special Course '
"i; t.l.,:. the whiter season. at roe the have TAMPA them equipped BUSINESS for COLLEGE life. We train and 15 CENTS A POUND j
,J' In witness for me that I am making mON young people a. bookkeeper, bank-
fco unauthorized statements I again erg, vtenearapherB and office clerk andY
r put them Into god position than any
t quote an item of later date: 'Increased other two collete In Florida. W. havea
lerce itone building with dormitory1'00111II This includes Hamburger Sausage ;*?1
attendance was shown at the open- on the second floor. We have *...- ,
; air meeting held by the Board of lon. Day and Night All the Tear and require -
e Meat Link Sausage in fact All Cuts of
Trade no entrance examination\ Private ,
Friday night, at the corner of help free to backward ctudente. THE ,
, :Broadway and Posiiel avenue. This BEST SCHOOL FGrt BUSINESS AND
I* M. HATTON, Native Meats.
was the third of a series of meetings ship free to tho.oletere.ted.FlWrit.. today.
f held that M. Accts., President
4 by organization to secure
r f the' co-operation of the in Oraaa Central aad JS '
... i movement to beautify and people build up a .... A"..... .M.r" p' Do Not Ask For Credit ev
T..w ri
this ,city. The attendance was fully .
t, 41 three times the number attendinng at PHONES 44TS-4SM .... -afugeae And Get Embarrased ?'

ry :the earlier meetings. Splendid addresses F- 1
: 'h. were made on some feature ofill < Yry

.'. ; .t the proposed improvements, 'cleaning
Kj, a"j .the' entire city, providing tennis courts I THESE PRICES CUAR-
,!,{ ':[ 1 f f:golf'grounds: for the public, build- C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, vice:rms. J. L. Barber, S c'y.Ire .
'' rK < sing a public bath house, and bulkhead-
"'. ;:( Inc,the"head of Lake Tohopekaliga.f"The ANTEED FOR 60 DAYS

: speeches were interspersed, V '
' ,with',Selections by the Kissimmee .-

;. ;Band.: i":which added,greatly to the
1: pleasure off. the evening. Following Market
> '.the! ,adjournment of the meeting, the Fairplay
1members of;the Board of Trade held abusiness'session Bryan Realty CompanyOffices .. .

'd? In the city hall to ,
','i' ;" f!J' hear; 'the;'reading' of reports of the"W I on Broadway, Kissimmee,' No. 12 Darlington Ave. V f j'

;.Various; committees.'' ,It was voted, at Opposite Graystone Hotel '
},;, Nth time-to leave the cleaning up.of Phone 245
"f "city'vtolhe: < authorities,.who ,&-

ti ,;. f ;''irratHled J w.fthW.. eo-opermUou>S'of,the I'I' w

:--riJt'': -eitiens, hue agreed to engag. coma -. ... '. .', .. '\ .
.t ,eled'"streetfore.In; .charge: of OrsMf GnwM.'JIdW' I anils, j We Pay Te* fer NSH rssl ,
'/ v:::: *' foreman. ;:'"'.begin. Immedl-. Cattle Kanrfcss", <..Csnatty ,.sassl,, .Went and Act a* Owner'sAgmts I.ry , ea/
.r*tiond.. rljdartb.r tI; ,CJI o' (f.peltr*" ,* i 'J \ fer...... Pre,erty.' "> Y A:
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r" J -1 money it,we 'are given,.:this -assur* PRiNIPAI.EUNS > )I ': }

PROMINENT MEN '' :! ance,I''WIll fight for,,the bond,issue 1 MtErADRtIIo* ; ,
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r14 ; Society & \ 'PUN, CAMPAIGNContinued vj.Roma.., ,.< .Thoma--IOX.j''..- '-: ,,I,j have: ialwaysbeen \>; L'" : ',., ', OF.J''j GAME,L... LAY/INVALID.. ._ / ..,... .;. ,,,' ;1, !P\UT\ :UNDEf HE BAN''f .

S. I.I .!U. Bell Harris. Edtter.) in favor of bond issues to secure
--A ( from Page One.)' The act10't 1ten. by, this' '
public' Imp ..llfnta.. It'.ls ,the, only' ack"ollvUle.-By issuing a writ,of \ following ;
Polk county is now in a campaign fora way In the world to get the improver mandamus against Judge' Phillips-of Orlando'Board of -Trade offers'm good, X
Reqvcst u Made t. all patrcu of( tie Valley Cue t. serf Items
million dollars in bonds to builda merits and the easiest way to pay for Duval county, directing him to Issue'a suggestion foe boards of trade in'

: society events to the Editor for publication Im I tb.M coJ_.. system of roads including: connec- them. I believe we have; got to have hunters' license under section twen- other Florida cities. The Orlando> ' r

tion to the Osceola county line. the roads to St. Cloud and to the Polk ty-five of chapter 6535 of the Laws of. Reporter-Star says: '

I ..' . . . . . .. . It was also stated that the county county line and am in favor of bond Florida of 1918 the Supreme Court Fake advertising was put under the ,

SENIOR LEAGUE PARTY cattle\ Delicious refreshments of hot commissioners, are now empowered by ing for the amount necessary. to build today virtually declared: the principal ban by the Board of' rade last evening .

j; Tfie members of the Senior Ep-" tea, two kinds of sandwiches, cake and the legislature to assess seven mills them." sections of the f game laws, of 1915, when Col.! J. N. Bradshaw introduced -

I worth League have issued invitations candy were served. Mrs. Overstreet'a taxation yearly for a hardsurfacedroad which abolished the State Game Department a resolution that no member of-

I for a Hallow'een party Saturday ev- invited guests were: Mrs. Huff,.Mrs. fund and that the proceeds from A. S. Gilbert.-"We need the roads : unconstitutional. the board should enter into any advertising (y

ening at 210 Bay street. Alexander, Mrs. Pfann, Mrs. Tyner, this assessment would build between and I believe it is better to bond and Officers of the Duval County Gun scheme until it had been investigated -

HALLOWBEN1PARTY Mrs. Colton, Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Poulk. three and four miles annually. Fig- get them now than to wait and build Club, which brought the test case in and approved by a committee -

.' Mrs. Will Gilbert was another entertaining ures were produced to show that this only a few miles each year, especialysince the shape of a petition for a writ of of the board. The resolution

Invitations have been issued by the a few friends on Tuesday- same millage assessed annually would the same taxation will do the mandamus against the County Judge,. passed with the amendment that a
people's class of the Christian who 'disposes of the licenses, committee of the board secure the
young afternoon with a tea, serving lemonade care for the interest on a bone] issue work. v.Pr. acceptthe # I
church for a Ilallow'een partw to be wafers and nuts. Mrs. Gilbert's of $250,000 and would also provide step of the Supreme Court as an signatures of merchants to an agree .' '

1 given tonight at the home of Mr guests were: Mrs. John Cape, Mrs.C. for a sinking fund to 1 retire the bonds, W. W.. Carson.-"We want the indication that the license sectionswill ment of this character. J

0 and Mrs. A. W. Winn on Orlando L. Bandy, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. New- I giving the county, however, the roads roads to the Polk county line and to be thrown out. It was alleged ...--- !J

avenue. ton, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Naugle.Mrs. mentioned immediately.All St Cloud and I believe bonding the that the new act is discriminatory in her Heavenly Father waiting to wel- .-'\
* best that u less a man resided in the comeher J loved ones. $
SISTERS Hyatt was the fourth lady of those present when a roll was way to get them. coun- .
Q PYTHIAN ty in which he desired hunt further that of ,
and Mrs. J. Z. entertaining on Tuesday afternoonwith called declared in favor of the bond to for six Resolved, a copy '
, Mrs. L. H. Ingram' months prior to his for license these resolutions be sent to our be-
I tea. request
a Light refreshments
the Sis were issue with the exception of N. C W. A. Joiner.-"I favor bonding to
entertained Pythian
t Roberson served the who Mrs. he could not be issued one. reaved brother, a copy handed the lo- >*
home of Mrs. Ingram guests were: Bryan, who stated that he would haveto build the roads to St. Cloud and the
at the yesterday
ters 1
Kribba, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Wither- cal paper for publication, and a page 1
afternoon. The house was give the matter more consideration Polk county line. We have got to '
i i RESOLUTIONS book be set aside for 'I
in minute
OF !
and Mrs. Cobb. SYMPATHY our
decorated in keeping with spoon before he could announce his posi- have the roads to keep in line with .
k tastefully On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. E. E. tion. Florida Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom these, our heartfeld sympathies. .'J
the Halloween idea and delicious refreshments Naugle was hostess. Several guestsbrought progress. has seen best to take from her Mabel Overstreet. ,'j j
were served. Mrs. Roma The meeting also gave some attention -
their work. Tea home on earth to her Heavenly home, Alma Farmer, \
fancy and
P t Thomas was the winner of a "Lucky to the matter of bulkheading B. C. Miller.-"I am in favor of
wafers served after Mrs: Griffin, mother of brother Jim Jennie Breaker. "
Black Cat" in the cat contest, while were during Lake Tohopekaliga, but nothing defi- building the roads.and of voting bondsto Griffin of the \
The invited Pythian Sisters.
Miss Wooldridge won the booby prize noon. guests were Mrs.S. nite was determined upon this ques- do the work, providing the road
* H. Bullock, Mrs. Gay Livingston, tion. to St. Cloud is built to the southeastcorner members Therefore of be it resolved by the LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED :]
the Kissimmee .
DIftNER PARTY Mrs. C. A. Carson, Mrs. W. I. Barber Temple,
I Ij Since this meeting a number of of the old Mart Stokes place No. 21, Pythian Sisters, that "Your Quick's Chill Tonic cured my ,
j Misses Louise and Maud Thomason Mrs. J S. Cadel, Mrs. J. M. Will- we ex- j
citizens have been asked for their and thence through the Partin neigh- tend to this brother and his husband of LaGrippe and Fever after
Monday son, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. C. L. wile
six o'clock dinner
entertained at
I views upon the bond question and borhood by the most practical way to Sister Ola Griffin, our sincere the doctor's medicine and other reme'f i
Bandy, Mrs. W. B. Makinson Mr C. sym-
;J evening at their borne on Or-, have almost unanimously favored it. St. Cloud in order to take care of the pathy in their bereavement. dies failed." .
W. Griffin Mrs. Will Gilbert
In honor of the birth- ,
: day lando of avenue Miss Marie Huddleston. The N. C. Bryan, Mrs. Eugene Bryan, The columns of the Valley Gazette are traffic tin and from the Creek Hilliard sections.Island", Par- We feel that the greatest consola- LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. J h!:

house was prettily decorated with cut Mrs. E. C. Lesley, Mrs. W. J. Carr. open to any citizen who has any remarks Boggy tion we can offer is that she is with Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c. ;;
to make on the subject and it
a flowers and ferns, carrying out the is hoped that the question will have F. H. .ij wson.-"I am in favor of ,..'
of and white. A ..
color scheme yellow the fullest discussion in order that the bonding proposition, providing the

large white cake with sixteen yellow CAMPFIRE GIRLS TO the campaign may be carried on in- road to St. Cloud goes by way of the
candles adorned the center of thy
table. Covers were laid for Misses GIVE PASTORAL PLAYA telligently.It is not likely that the questionwill cemetery. ;
Marie Huddleston Alma Griffin, Lola
be brought before the county C. W. Dann-"I favor the bond issue Items of Interest
i and Lottie Lawler, Suey Wither- commissioners for action until the for good roads. We must not stand
Mrs. Thomason. Miss Hud-
:; spoon and very pretty pastoral play, the December meeting in order to allow back when other counties around us

dle.ton received a number of pretty Arrowmaker's Daughter, will be time for a campaign of education on are going ahead." r.

and useful gifts. given by the Oskito Camp Fire Girls the bonding idea. It was stated at
4 w I
l MRS. BASS HOSTESS under the direction of Mass Glenn on the meeting that Osceola county is J. W. Miller.-"We must have the s

l: Mrs. W. C. Baas entertained the the lawn at Mrs. W. J. S. Carr's, 112 not bonded for any amount at presentand roads and this is the best way to get To The Careful Cash Buyer .1

ladies of'the Wesley Bible class of Clyde .Ave.. Saturday evening, Nov. that other counties in Florida them." .

g !' the Methodist church Thursday afternoon 6th, 8 p. m. Mrs. Gay Livingston will) have adopted this means of secur- ,I

,' f at her home on Church street be the accompanies for the folk ing the much needed roads to such. an S. G. Ragsdale.-"I am always in .

'%r Rev. S. W. Lawler was present and dances. A list of the characters are: extent that it has become a statewide favor of good roads and I believe that .

talk the organization of mania. One of the citizens: at bonding is the way to get them."
gave a on Hiawatha (the boy) .John Ansted 171b Granulated Sugar $1.00
the meeting declared that it could '\!
( the class.. During the afternoon a Hiawatha (the manLawrence) Carr

x piano solo by Miss Helen Bass wasvery lagoo ________________ Dick Bullock not be that all of them were making H. E. Cole.-"I think that a bond lOlb Hudnuts Meal .25
t1 mistakes. issue for these roads is the
A much enjoyed. Dainty refreshments Nakomis __ Violet Bullock\ properthing

:' of tea and wafers were serv Minnehaha _unn_________ Norma Griffin Comments of various citizens on We must connect up with 10 Ib Hudnuts Grits .25
the bonding question follow Polk and build hardsurfacedroad
: county a
ed. Those present were Mrs. E. Lt The Arrow-Maker, Raymond Bearden

i Lesley, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. W. B. Famine ________u____ Ellen Ansted I J. M. Wilson, Jr.- "1 am in favorof to St. Cloud." 1 lb Best Creamery Butter .35 ,- I

Harris, Mrs. C. W. Griffin, Mr/. John Fever u________Ada Louise SimpsonThe building the roads and of bondingto .
Bronson Mrs. Beaman, Mrs. Cohoon, Priest Un__ Henry SingletaryThe build them if the proper safeguard R. S. Floyd.-"It's a good thing. 24 Ib sack Pillsbury Flour 1.00 S''
Mrs. Hewing Mrs. Stout Rev. S. W. are thrown around the spending the We ought UTdo it.
Robin _--_______-- Edith Ansted
'f Lawler. _, The Squirrel ________ Jack SimpsonThe -- 24 Ib sack Self Rising Flour 1.00

M e M Bluebird ____ Dorpthy Bullock

,'PRISCILLA CLUB. ,ENTERTAINED The Rabbit ______u u Arthur Bullock 1 medium pail Cottolene .55
V ''The Priscilla] Embroidery Club was

entertained last Saturday by Mrs R. Braves Roy Carr, Dick Bullock, Jake 1 Cottolene 1.35
11I1111I11I11 III II large pail -
,D. Gules at her home in North KIsslmmee. Ledbetter Ned Bullock, David An gm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL ,

'Refreshments' of lemonade sted Prator Gilbert Ted Joe '
Estey, White Salt Meat lb. .132 ''
and: cake were served. The afternoon Farmer, Frank Bryan, Murray Over === per: ,

was spent in fancy work and street. Lard: Compound Ib .11
Indian Maidens per
conversation. Those present were: : Margaret Stan-

a Mrs. W. H. Morrow, Mrs. J. L. Ov ford, Mattie Stanford, Katherine Battle Creek Corn Flakes .07
erstreet, Mrs. H. C. Lightsey, Mrs.J. Carr, Ellen Ansted, Ada Louise Simpson Wrist T"

L. Beaman Mrs. S. A. Souders, Mabel Over t.reet, Grace Gilbert, == == Fancy Lemons doz .15 'b
+:v Mrs. T. J. Woodall, Mrs. J. J. Wood- Muriel Prentis, Mary Tiller. s: ::: == per

all, Mrs. J. L. Reaves, Mrs. R. L. ::=. Special For = School Tablets .04 ,
+ Starling Mrs. H. A. Colton, Mrs. H. BAPTIST CHURCH

;' M. Pfann, Miss Nina Bratton, Miss Sunday school 9:45: a. m., N. C. Saturday and MondayGold i 40c Coffee any brand .35 ',;

{ Oneida Mallory, Little Miss Mildred Bryan, superintendent. Preaching by ,

lit. Lightsey and Mrs. J. M. Chapman. the pastor' Dr. Holt, morning and Filled 20 Year Guarantee 35c Coffee any brand .28 '
The club will meet tomorrow with night. Subject Advantages and disadvantages == == I ;

a Mrs. J. L. Reaves. of church attendance; Prices given week :
$G.ESC> every ,.;t
. Wrist Watch for
11 a. m. "A Voice in the Wilderness"at *..... ..
'f The rain prevented quite a number 7 p. m. "Busy Bee. at 2:30 p. m. =-= =-= 41bs Light Brown Sugar .25 ..j:
"Juniors" at 8.00 p. m. Everyone Invited == === ,
raj of ]ladies from attended the teas given h '
to attend our services Fancy Irish Potatoes .30 j" ;
ff '.1 this week for the Children's Home : Cole Jewelry Co. I per pk ;,

; Society. It is hoped that at as
In Arabia as soon as the bride I Good Ground Coffee Ib. .14 i. : .
possible will attend next week, and reaches the bridegroom's house she = JEWELERS and OPTOMETRISTS === per { ,

!! will then entertain Jheir friends the makes him presents of household furniture IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIr.SAVE Good Green Coffee lb. .12 1-2 .: ;
.' following week as the home is (greatly lIIlIlIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIlIIlIInlllllllUUJIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIUl per ::j 1
F spear and a tent.
'Ii in need of funds. The hostesses fort '>'
.M next week will be: I Fancy Head Rice .061-2 .
Tuesday-Mrs. Evans, Mrs. E. L.i '. ,.
Post Toasties
3 pkgs .25 ,. :
!" \ Lesley, Mrs. N. C. Bryan; also Mrs. ..r : ,

i Witherspoon! at Mrs.Witherspoon's.and Mra. Cobb entertaining 'c c cR"\ 25c can Fine Table Peaches .20 "., I.

w'33 t '. Starling Wednesday entertaining-Mrs. Reeves together.and Mrs.Mrs. GILBERT BANDS ! 25c can Green Gage Plums ..20'r :.: ;:. ,.' :

..... .. W. C. Bass and Mrs. W. B. Harris, at 31b can Sugar Beets .15 : ,
#_ Mrs. Bass' home. Mrs S. H. Bullock ,

: Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. C. L. 15c Gooseberries \'\
'!' Bandy. To the man who returns to us at, the Cole Jewelry Company's store can .10 w',''

r. Thursday-Mrs. Krjbbi, and Bea- before o'dock 1 1916 the 15c Table Peaches : '
'f', man and Mrs. Cahoon. 10 Saturday April st, can .1f'; ; J

:,1j;'1 \ ,W.Friday I. Barber.-Mrs. C. A. Carson, Mrs. largest number of bands from our 25c bottle Grape Juice O,3/; < "

: t On'Tuesday afternoon at the home 6 Vienna ,
Sausage .45,
cans ;
''r!:, ." of rw-.. J. J. Griffin, on Main street, KEY WEST-HAVANA CIGARS 1

i ; Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. May Stockdale u 2-25c cans Corned Beef .35: :
it:.. entertained a few friends at one of : :,

the "Cycle of Teas" being given for . -
f1' :, .
: We will fine Cole Watch 21 jewel movement .
the Children's Home Society of Flor- present a Special ; + 'y'.' \' 1
1\1\.i- ida. During the afternoon hot chocolate jewels in settings adjusted to heat, cold and position; hunting or -' / ;'< ", f .'

I y I !' .and wafers were served. Those open face case, guaranteed for 25 years; VALUE: $50.00. YOU ARE NOT REQUlfcED TO :',, :' : ;'
l Invited were Mrs. Cahoon, Mrs. W. J, ,
iWoodall, Mrs. Monger, Mrs. Beaman, PAY THE OTHER FELLOW'S: 1v. i I.

C Bass Mra.Gulce .
Mra. W. Mra"O'JJerT7. .

'I i Begin Saving the Bands Now And Win "' .!;>- "f .\
,: 14. Bart Dickerson Mrs BILLS AT "!<1zi .

\ J 4 Claud* Johnson, :&i.... R. L. Starling, 1 'J ", .r" ,f..,';, ,...t :
.-./Mn.J.C.,' Griffln, Mra. John McPhat.Ur :: "f' "

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,.. VI /tin,. Mrs,.W. B. Harris, :Mrs.,'E.. L KEY WEST-HAVANA CIGAR ,COMPANY : Taylors[? Cash; Grocery ? ;J :
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.......11.r .) ',] '"" alcoinplimentarr.'pasa; 'to the -Volusla children went Uf JacksonvilleonWednesday T $SUPPLEMENTARY" LIST, Wtt'Mis,Cleo'Wo; ldr4dg and ,Mis,* Millard.,.Mr. *..*,:' ,
-. Fair; which will',be. held and Wrned UrJ W'av '.Jca'ntA :' Una 1C.: Stifiner Mrs.-''g 'A>G':
FabUshad Xvary Friday ByW. A" County >> ftDeLandy $ ,ThursdayMiss : ; .;. 1_' : '.,.; I ,. Louisa.Clark In # : ,..
'' January,29 Inclusive, Creasy .. : : special in the St. Cloud' Tribune derman, KrC; ;' __", .;.
:. B..HAIUUa :* ",Go VAJThe axtws 'Ovarstraet, of, Shingle 0.Members of the &anit,Trade "I" T

{ .r'T' Mr. ,and.MrscW. McFarland, of Creek, is the guest'of her;sister., Mrs. 4 who have reported to u.. argent+ :* say: Washington., D..:..c., 'Oct.26;- thur"Cooper:, '

.. .. . ........ ....... ... Tulsa,.Okla!, have arrived in the city M. K."M ler..'' 0 call af.....' President' tL. 4O The only :Woman 'who aver >had the Sleter'Wp: J'.'Brokaw!"''and Bro Biro... '"

.. to spend the winter ,with their"son, '' It +, ,...... '. nerve' and forthwUhneaa to 'e ter'\th. kaw were in attendance from prando.'' owere
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The Rev. W. left Wednesday '
.' :, J. C.i! McFarland.; ;, .. 11 '"' for' Miami where he '-will spend ',M.! D,-;/UaKandr/ -.,......, 'J>0'* political field aa a candidate for presi .'After the inltlaUonceremonles.; which' lr
t Local Fidel ... Ihe 4egrewr- .
-A.1, E.. night a week 'yJs'tlne.' %r;: ' '. .':A..E., ., Thomas .... ...___.,;._ 2.00X\ dent'of United States, Mrs Belvaockwoodsnnounced performed by-
4; Coleman< policeman., t 0 Jv S. Cadel ..___..._..____ 8.60 ; today:,that' :"she team,supper was' served, and a'aoclal. ?

has returned was from WIIlI.tonla. A. ,A. Tano, formerly.of htls city; 0 G.., P. Garrett r_._____. 3.60 0 will In.a few day start for, St. Cloud, time Indulged in. This young lodgahas i 1

: ".. . ... . ..'....... his where brother-in-law he called T.the illness. of but now located at West Palm Beach' O'Pat Johnston -..,____-_,_ 6.60 0 Florida' where.she will spend the win. close: on to, 40 in jnembership' and' 1 ,
Herring.C. arrived Tuesday't; spend a few days ter as the g'Ue.of her old friend and more in Immediate prospect. , w,
C ; 0.' E. D. Katz ___: _.________ 3JiO ., .
: W. Blarden, of Kissimmee. was here visiting friends.Mr. . 0 H. M. Katz _____,.._..__? 8.60 former schoolmate Asa Stebbins.f "' x MARY, !:E. TATE. .;Sac.

Weather'Report ; }here yesterday, a' guest at the DeSoto and Mrs C. W. Griffin( were 4 H. M. Breaker______i.__.._ 3.60 < Stebbins was once: a pupil of '1< ;"

Hotel transacting\ business. and greetIng among those/attending: the Wesley 0 J. M. Johnston --_____... 6.00 Mrs. Lockwood.REBEKAHS. ;

Following .are daily tempera- friends.--Tampa Tribune (Sun- Bible Class. Federation meetings at !' 4 E. L. Lesley ____________'ftjOO 4 <

day. Orlando on Wednesday evening.A. 4 W. B. Makinson __n______ 4.60 INITIATE ''

reported Miss Jean Caldwell, the florist, is 4 W. B. Crawford Un______ 3.00 4 Right 'Nov.w
Kissimmee for the week ending J. of Narcoossee this -
at Lane 4 H. E. Cole ____________ 8.60 I
superintending the preparation of u '
October 28: a residence lot in MANY NEW ,
Max. Min. Rain rose garden to be placed in the vacant the week southwest purchased a of the from 4 S. L. Lupfer _.__________ 3.50 EMBERS Today .,
part city
plat of ground in the rear of the CIti- 4 Roma Thomas _________. 4.60 4 I
Friday: ____ 86 70 Breaker sit Immediately
Saturday d__ __ 83 69 zens Bank. Barclay. 0 J. E. Lupfer ___._________ .60 < I Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge, No. 42, ,'.

I Word has been received here that 0 H. R. May ______________ 3.60 '
90 I. O. O. F. initiated the
Sunday ,_ ___ 82 followingcandidates /. the ,bed time to have ,youreyet
I Col. Thomas L. Wilson, a prominent Mrs. F. W. Stalker, daughter of Mr. 0 oQoOOOO
Monday 1_ ._. 82 67 on Friday evening, Octo- examined and that blurred !
attorney and president of the and Mrs G. W. Best, of this city, was OOOOO ber 22 .- ;
Tuesday __ 78 71 I viaion'and.y. strain correctedby
Wednesday n _.79 66 Polk County National Bank, came operated on for appendicitis at Bra- Miss Elsie McCoskey Mrs. EmilyJ. the nee of.10..... ? 1 ++

' Thursday __ 80 69 .46 from Bartow last Friday and spent dentown recently and is recovering W. J. Howey of Chicago, founderof Redwood, Mr. Thomas F. Redwood, ,
k n the day here on business.J. nicely. My year of training ex ;
new town of Howey, in Lake ..
pertenc. are at your terviceI .
.0.0..000..00..00. . . C. Griffin and family have returned J. A. Barclay this week purchasedthe county, was a visitor in Kiasimmee Important to Citrus Growers '

to Kissimmee after visiting for Mabbette street property of H. on Sunday with a party of tourists One Milion Citrus Tr..... CONSULTATION/TtfaV

Fire insurance, taxes paid. See 80tf A. a couple of days with Mr. Griffin's C. Brooks. Breaker & Barclay purchased from the north who had been touringthis Write postal today for valuable Information -
New Building.
E. Drought, Harry W.
brother, S. S. Griffin, and family here. the vacant lot between this section of the state by automo- as to Citrus Trees. Im-

When you buy bread ask your grocer -Orlando Rtporter-Star. I house and the residence of Sheriff L. bile. In the party were: C. E. Baxter portant to you whether you wish to I ) _..inbt I I

J for Reed's "Butter Nut. ",,-ft Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bumby returned H. Ingram. of Indianapolis; William West buy or not. Largest Citrus Nurseriesin taw f DwttnctM... ''In

and A. B. Ely, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; i Florida on Sour Stock. Welikit I S !
O. B. House, of Ocala spent several this afternoon from Kisslmmee, where Two new companies are publishingtheir _
J. Frank McDowell, of Auburn, Ind.; Nurseries, Leesburg, Fla. 44Uanl
days here this week on business. they have been attending a society notices of incorporation in the '
John T. Farmer, J. D. Mills and Dan ___. ____ ___
event given at the club at '
country Valley Gazette this week. They are
DeWitt of Bartow Ryals, of Atlanta, Mo.
Dr. Lightsey. ,
Kissimmee.-Orlando Reporter-Star.
the W. A. Smith Company and the i'

was a visitor in the city on Monday. George W. Persons, of the Dollar Bryan Realty Company. Each is incorporated Rev. H. J. Haeflmger, L. N. Pimp-

Born, on Wedne day, October 20th, Limit Store, spent Sunday in Savan- for 110,000. kin, Miss Juanita Pimpkin, Rev. J. F. City Meat Market

to Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johnston, a girl. nah with his wife, who is ill thereat Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fox, of Tampa, Bell, of Mulberry, and J. M. Way, of k

Old papers for sale at the Valley the home of her parents. Mr. Per- motored up from Tampa last atur- Spartanburg, S. C., passed throughthe

Gazette office. tf sona returned to Kissimmee Tuesday.Charles day and spent several days with Mr. city Tuesday enroute by automo- Opens Saturday *,
t bile to Orlando to attend the meetingof .
' and Mrs. H. C. Stanford. They returned -
. W. Griffin and l family nuto-
W. B. Crawford spent Tuesday in the Sundaj? School Federation. Mr.
mobiled from Kissimmee Sunday to Tampa on Tuesday and
I e Tampa up Way is field secretary of the Atlan-
services the Methodist were accompanied by Mrs. Stanford,
night, attending at
. H. E. Cole was a business visitor to church, and then returned home. who will visit them for several days. tic Division in Sunday school wort, WE WILL OPEN' "UP A NEW UP-TO-DATE MEAT MAR. t -r.. 1

Winter Haven on Tuesday. and one of the principal speakers at KET AT 117 BROADWAY AND WILL BE READY FOR ,
-Orlando Reporter-Star. The High School football team wentto the meeting in Orlando.S. BUSINESS SATURDAY. it'

J. C. Ledbetter, of Okeechobeet was Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Creel, of Bartow, Orlando this afternoon to meet the WE.AltE GOING TO DO ALLIN OUR POWER TO PLEASE .t n. '\ k
J. Triplett, editor of the $t. Cloud
j i. a visitor in the city on Tuesday.Mr. and Miss Lucy Pike, of Eagle Lake, Orlando eleven. These two teams met Tribune AND SATISFY THE TRADE BY GIVING THE BEST SER .

t, and Mrs. J. F. Byington, of spent aeveral days here this week the at the opening of the season in Kis )bands with, was old in friends the and city attendingto shaking VICES AND THE MOST DELICIOUS MEATS THE COUNTRY ,;

Jess up, Ga., spent Sunday in Kissim- guest of Mrs. Savage, of the Manhattan simmee and the" local team was the business Mr. Triplett says that CAN PRODUCE. ,# Jr,,
I I'I hoteL Mrs. Creel und Mias Pike winner. If
:M mee. t St. Cloud is enjoying an era of prosperity I' :
are sisters of Mrs. Savage. OUR TERMS ARE CASH TO ALL .
'I F. H. Lawson moved his stock of Owing to a misunderstanding of never before experienced. "We "; ,

s goods this week from the Miller buildIng Mr. and Mrs. George A. Gilbert, dates, the Rev. L. W. Moore, of Dade have built considerably over a hundred WE THANK EACH AND EVERYONE FOR THEIR TRADE .'

:t to the new Rivers building of Haines City, are spending a few City did not preach at the Methodist 'houses this summer and it is a Phone '"
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days with Mr. and Mrs. J. R Gilbert church last Sunday, but will preach difficult proposition to get a room in

t Mrs. Lee Rogers and children of having come here to secure med next Sunday both morning and even- the city even' at this early date," he F. H. LAWSON R. L. OVERSTREET :

Tampa are the guests this week of ical treatment for their little daughter ing. The Rev. Mr. Moore is one of I said. Mr. Triplett was accompaniedto v 5I

I her mother, Mrs. Ernest L. Green. Imogene. who is seriously ill.\ the best preachers in the Methodist the city by Mr. W. S. Alyea.-Orando ... ...".. ... 'to. r .. ".. ... ".".. r .. .. -A .. tJIr1 '1 '

Tha Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Livermore The regular meeting of St. Johns conference and a large congregationshould Reporter-Star. __
arrived Thursday night from Lebanon Guild, of the Episcopal church, will greet him. Three automobiles filled with Kis- IF I S -

_' Conn., to spend the winter here. be held at the home of Mrs. W. J. S. Mrs. E. O. Tatman, who spends her simmee people went to Orlando Tues ,

Robert Smith, of Tampa who has Carr next Tuesday afternoon-> 3 summers in Benton Harbor, Mich., day night to attend the meeting of Cash it King W. Sell For L.... ., ., t'I J' 4H

been visiting his mother, Mrs. E. L. o'clock. All the ladies of the churchare and her winters in Kissimmee, the Wesley Bible Class Federation,

Green, returned to Tampa,Moriday. cordially invited ,to be present. brought to the Valley Gazette office which is meeting there this week. In

this week a Michigan i apple which the .
party were: D. G. Wagner Miss '
Mr. and Mrs. DeWilton
John F. May of Jacksonville, was in Aldermanand .
weighed between a pound and a Ada J. / (
quar- Wagner, McPhatter Lane
the city several days this week on baby and Fred Bass went to Jack- .
ter and two ponnds. It was a fine >faulk and W. B. Harris, In Mr. Wag.
business. sonville Monday to secure Mr. Alder- Saturday ; ;
I I man's new National automobile in specimen of fruit and perfect in ev- ner's car; A. W. Gustua, Miss Maud Special .

"Butter Nut" Bread is the kind that ery way. Alice Wagner Misses Lottie and Lola
they motored through to Kis it"
,'" ..,. satisfies. Rood's Bakery makes it. simmee. Charged with fighting, James! Cro- Lawler in Mr. Gustus' car; Mr. and Regular $3.50 Ladies '

,( black a p
', Finder of leather bill book,
Mayor May Monday morning and Sentenced .,. concave leather { , ... "-,,, '
]Mrs. N. .8 Stevens, of Bartow, was containing- Elk's membership card t. / 'K ' ; (t', ., ",,' "
to serve thirty days at hard 'S S ., ..: I' r. rho.
:, the guest over Sunday of her sister, personal cards and! receipts, all bearing I ,.7 ; ,.. f:'. w
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,: .f 'Mrs. F.'Thomason. pam of E. E. Nau&le,will be rewarded ' labor on the city streeta. Oliver .j. r \ '. ', .. ." ,If' ,."" t .- '..'.. ;I'I

if contents Jaipes negro hobo arrested when he .REWARD ',\ '. :; '/gy Nti':--1' tt f ''!
pocketbook and '
and her mother ;
J Mrs. W. B. Crawford Aft''S"
tried to ride ail Atlantci Coast Line Special f' . r'' '
are returned to the Valley Gazette upper ,-
Mrs. J. J. May, spent several days
train without paying fare, was givena I will I give $23.00 for 'sufficient .t
In Tampa this week. office. *r*
similar sentence. evidence to convict the Saturday Evening

Congressman W. J. Sears left last An automobile with a body built to parties who broke the lock and '' r
Mr. and Mrs. D. McCallister have '
Saturday for Miami, wheN! he spent resemble a street car excited considerable received the announcement of the opened the gate leading into Men's Pure Silk<< Hose, 41c to s
attention on the streets of the the Redland Hammock Pasture ,
thia week.
several days only pair .
birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. per ,
city Monday. The machine was being and who destroyed the BO .- ,
Miss Gertrude McCarson, of Ashe- Lavalett Buck on October 20th at ,, f
taken to Lakeland from Jacksonvillefor signs I.l said pasture. -+ r'
./ vflle, N. C., is spending the winter their home in Cape May N. J. Mrs. par _: 1. t,
the use of one of the land companies -
with her sister, Mrs. Grace Snyder. there.A. Buck ia a daughter of Mr. and Mrs I will also give $25.00 for SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY >

McCallister. The little lady will be aafBcient evidence to convict
!" ...1(:" Old papers for household use for J. McDonough has completed the named Erma Louise! Buck. any parties who are caught interfering
sale at the Valley Gazette office, 20
plans for Eugene C. Bryan's
cents hundred. tf mew Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Ragsdale, with said gatea rtreapaaaing aIn
', home to be erected on the lot on Miss Maud Thomason and Mrs. G. H. OB amid pre..... THE FAMIL STORE "

: J lira. H. E. Cole I la. rapidly Improving Clyde avenue which he recently purchased Prather motored to Orlando Tuesday Dated this 28th day of Octo .

at the Gordon-Keller hospital in from Pat Johnston. Mr. Bryan night Mr. Ragsdale was called her A. D. 1915. The Pulley Building On Broadway 3?wee,

t \ Tatapa, where aha fff recently opF is now preparing to secure bids on 4
there on business in connection with PAT JOHNSTON. u
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t t.7v .-t.d OR the construction work.
I 'l" the Lucerne Pharmacy which he re- = "

f\\ I "!*: \ C. W. Griffin and fhmtly move this Miss Kitty Saunders, cashier of the cently purchased, while the women of .
I ,':." ,* week from their residence on Church Peninsular Telephone Co., of Tampa, the party attended the sessions of the S 5 ; .

'.:.:., ,:. v street to the apartments over the spent several days this week as the Wesley Bible Class Federation.Rev. ,

:1" f({hr't; t, . Griffin store. guest of Mrs Irene Saunders on her
S. W. Lawler, of the Kissim
..;. : return from visit with her brother '. I
; ;,:rr.). ; Charlie (Red) Muggins and Fred a mee Methodist church, returned home

p;"':"':, :' .,.-...y.f Dalton, two hustling Tampa .salesmen Lake George Alligator.Saunders who is camping at last week in good recovery from an NEW STOCK '

I ;, t r i were business visitors here on Mon. operation for appendicitis in an Or- ,

'. ;: "' cal't..7 . Mrs. Chas.. Anderson and grand lando hospitaL We did not know of Domestic and r

;: ." '4' John daughter., Clara Johnson, arrived from our friend's serious condition until Imported
: J. F. Alexander J. B. Plyant, .
Mt. Sterling 111., last week to join after he had returned to Kissimmeo, t
: :Peoples and Dr. DjsWitt Lightsey, of
ct,''soli' Mr. Anderson who has been here a but feel glad and thankful for his re "
Bartow, motored to Kissimmee on
kl:.. ? Sunday. few weeks preparing for their reception. covery.-Orarige County Citizen.

/', They are now comfortably located Toilet Articles -
1 .F.: +:,' : :'(Cyrus Payne, who has been Uv'ineI' in Vine street. t

'i. :.. between Zantee .nd Orange Center ony' % SAFK CONSERVATIVE: SANIJ :
: The stock of the bankrupt Smith
+,,Spud Lake, removed to Kissimmee
I' ; Shoe Company has been sold by How H Broad Pt. J...._.riU.. Florida.

lI '" ythis'week.. ard Katz, trustee, to C. A. Carson.Mr. FrmUm HOL.KMALK"_.ta ". LEA_.ltrr LICK.: Kfet Full line Richard Hudnut Perfumes. Toilet Waters, Face t '.

z :. *,'AG., Harris, of Hennesy Okla., Carson has. not indicated what that Your will rihlpmenta net you solicited BnUvfactory\ on a reaultH baaln Powder, Toilet Powder, Liquid Face Powder, Rouge, ", bt"

' : .' J ':,wasjiera Monday returning home disposition he will make of the stock, Ila'tT h marketnformatlon.hlpmcnt' / acknowledged. R- Soap, Nail Polish, Nail Enamel Cuticle Acid, w :! ;
his father and brother Prompt
; from a visit to but it is likely that he will resell it returnVHITK*, ,
: .
Orange Sticks Emery Boards Milk of .i'1f!.
at .StCloud.Rolls \ winson Bill- ,
to shoe dealer. "
.,1,, , some '
'!-' Cucumbers and Orris Cold Cream Sachet
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< :; : ,:'r,' ," Graves returned home this New wires were placed under the : '. J"
and Rice Powders Tout Mon Jardine
11{' \ 'waek'-froro' : th* hospital in Orlando, sidewalk in front of the Citizens Bank
Tooth Paste and Tooth Brushes
.. I. ,'where ha.,. was recently operated on. this week in order to light the orna- FOR'SALE "

'j ., sills'many friends will be glad to know mental lights at that corner. This Liquid' Rouge, Bay Rum. "' "" :,.,
'4r,'; '.,':that, ha 4,!' greatly( .Improved. will be a big improvement as this ,

"I M"1<<,Ai ; "" :'. 'McCracken, .. the well-known light has been dark for some time .4 Head'Good Horses ;
!' : : gay..,; :: )
+horse of St. Paul Neb. arrived owing to defective wiring. Pikes rangMg from $75.le $150 ,

--1Ii;. ,>t'1J'f }, ,(nthei; dty"this'' week and will offer Two Kissimmee ""boys" who have 25 Springling Jersey Heifers ,

l ; .'ti for aate a carload.of horses and,mules made tb.. .marlr in the affairs of.the WM be frail wiUilie 30 days. .

"t". y.:)Oft,.;Sah.rda7.J.. >,. 1 '' /oj ,'J'' 4.. I 'nation';'were/.ameog-j"" principal Bull. .. SAM C. RAGSDALE, .Prctideat l' j jTHE "" ,
"; ; Donegsi4of .t'th 'ngpet'in' Miami tothft1Dixie ,1"" Registered Jersey <, It'lf.
: Park" speakers !
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., i Wghwapartywbich t .Wir ...- far, $75. W rth SOD ',' -" PRESCRIPTION DRUG! [STORE* 'T .
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', ""rJ1;; ', ': I mate: do:oof' eat It readily at first'but;'' .He.. vI 'Kvvnfng-: "art3..'V. SOUR. ', \''ACID ,STOMACHS. ,,;, .' i. .. DIIIIIIII'JlW; IMa.'sM Afltal tta Atal,". :t",,/

; : Spotted: Bur."' Clover' ',a: Good :".Ii soon acquire a tasU for the'plant and ? A- "family'of. ; tuW loy.IiC'airJi'receaU7! GASES$ INDIGESTION I, Tiy WMIIM. BBOMO of Its ODIWIMK tawlc ...UKatH b.u.rsn......erdluM. &..A.XA.oJI'"

,, : : then'eat it greedily. Bur clover has i gave .an. amoaln" 'entertainment, 'It . ; :', .- '.:. .+.; poinlM ..d -v.s .im ._' .i>7 j(tIp., -,[;
A' rWtac ta tMad. XMwtBbm
tIoe fell **
' For the SouthCAN also been obJect 40 on'accoant'bf MM p 0
\ Forage. Crop i was called' lDoae"anciconle: : party. Each "PapVa DUpepla",direst. JOOOralas V- lo ,. t !" '.w"o ,&., JM, ".

'//1'' '' fJ' -\' the small growth. This objection, Bach guest'wore..false nose and gofgles. ( of food ending all stomach -"- .Till"I. ''''

',\, J''.,:;" D BE UTILIZED AS PASTURE FOR HOGS, XATTLE, SHEEP however, applies mainly to,poor soils II The j DOM*.were purchased ::01' niseiy In aye minute "
",);f. ..' AND POULTRY-PREVENTS WASHING OF SOIL AND ADDS to the northern portion" of the made of heavy cardboard covered with -
cotton belt. Even where the growth If cbamole nOt Theodore 'Deschner.GUNSMITH
HUMUS TO SOIL, were removed untIl
I.j',. very small it is practically always after refreshments were eer.e *' .

I sufficient to prevent the of ,distress will No indigestion
washing As the guests arrived each was given go. .
Washington, D. C.-The value of latlon for more extensive planting the soil, this, together with the a card perforated with ribbon ran heartburn, sourness' or belching ofp' c... itt a.4FWUVl[ A VMM*' 'V

.. bur clover as a forage crop IB becoming Rotating Bur Clover with Other Crop very insignificant\ cost of securing through In order to wear the card acid, or eructations of undigested ST. CLOUD FLORIDA.,

;,. more appreciated in sections Bur clover may be used as.a winter stand each year and the marked abil- around the neck so that every one food, no' dizziness, bloating, foul I

where the winters are mild, accordIng crop In rotation with any cultivated ity of the plant to grow in cool weather could see Ik breath or headache "

.. to a new bulletin of the United summer crop. Among rotations that makes it valuable. Tb. cards had on on. side a number Pape'i Diapepsln is noted for it*

I ' States Department of Agriculture. have been suggested the followingseems Farmers and stock raisers in the by which each guest was known on peed in regulating upset stomachs.It W. L. Winn

jt Each year it can be depended upon to desirable! South interested in this crop should the other side a list of figures- L 2, 3, II the surest, quickest stomach remedy PHYSICIANOffice

add humUs and nitrogen to the soil First year: Cotton; bur clover sown write to the Editor and Chief, Division etc.guests(as).-with many OKuree as th re wen in the hole world and besides it in State Bank Bulld.1r.,.
; a apace opposite each Phone W Office .
without sacrificing the regular summer between the rows, Sept 1. of Publications, Washington, D. figure for a name. is harmless Put an end to stomach 33, Residence

\ crop of the farm. In the South Second year; Corn or soy beans, C., for Farmers' Bulletin 693. In the course of the evening each trouble forever by getting a large 88-2 mo

it is the cheapest legume that serves followed by bur clover. I'GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" /person guessed who the others! were. fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin --, ,

1 as a winter cover crop, preventing Third year Cotton.A TO CONSTIPATED Of course with Intimate friends the from any drug lito,.. You realize in
the washing of the soil. In addition less" simple rotation is the following -I CHILD familiar \'" <'"a revealed the personal five minutes how neediest it Is to suffer DR. J. A. TROVILLON '.
to its value for this purpose, it fur- : Ity. In many canon If the voice was I I Specialist! In'
disguised this from indigestion, dyspepsia: or cny CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS I
nishes some pasturage and improves First yearCotton: ; l bur <'lo\er I Delirious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm much aniiiHcmeiit WInot and easily done, and stomach disorder. H'< tne quickest! I Cure them without' cutting

j the soil. Bv the use of hur clover sown between the rows :Se' pt 1 I. I Tender Little Stomach, Liver Klle'KHe'H ere made many absurd surest and most .harmless, ftoinuchdoctor hem out.

F alone) mnny instances are reported Second year: Corn, followed. )I.v and Bowels. As c-ncli guess wan made the name in the world. i I, 336moS.ILBUkOCK ORLANDO - FLORIDA "

II where the cotton crop has )been ma winter oatK I suits .plat,.eel I>.PM>HP| t the number on the iI I I 1 1I

tel ially increased i each season, One) Thud' \'('ar: ( )nts, fnlli\M"d l hy soy Look at the tongue, mother! If card of I theriieKBor( vorri8|) n(IliiK to ___._ .1

of the advantages ,,f "II", |,|jr (To\er beans or rowpeas' jnifiiablv in ie 1\\'sHur mutt til. jour I little one's stomach, liver 1 I I the* nuiubi of the ix-rnon viboin he or Plica Cured In 6 to 14 Days I 1

pvc-r iiionl other lecrumes/ i. t the fact dover sown in I tlie- mws i pt 1 1If I.I I. nnd Imwels need cleansing at once. | Rhe WitH (li Ming to Identify For InKtimee Your druKfflrt will refund money If PAEO: .
: that t stands often !iii' "Jtain- I \Vlu.n peevish I If M"roc ofio thought be knew OINTMHNT t.Ii.!) to cure mar c. e ol Itcblnr.Blind .
good the ] crou.s, listless do
can soy elln" or (eo\\ ,peaa itI <'sn t ,Bleeding Prolrudlof Piles In 6to
: ed I from I to vein. without additional I hroiKlcastcd. the J luir iloxir, sheiulel. tint t tl ,1.,1'', cat or act naturally, or is fi.M'rish I I No. -I .lie' turned his card stud wrote the The Drat .pplic Uon .lve. Fan and Re>t. UC.
name e>'l'['"wile I\o. 4, etc It wall votedI H I
; 1 seeding. On pastuie" lunds, l h)(. M'>wn ]Ixfoic (tilt' < n>|" is : \'-stiil I sour stomach, bud breath ; has I ball \\ ho were present as a most REAL ESTATE 1'1 1'1I

., when one'e c-MaMihhed' 1 1 i I. I Iou i ,r ilovei,r will i fourthcar: ( 'nitonAfter ( : sot (' throat diairhoca, full of ('old., oilt-'lnil h anel iiinuKlug way of spending I gmimiimiimimnmnniiniMnimiomnniinninmimminmnmmiini'mii"Here, n..nnnssa..s.nn

,, resecd itscOf. i t the elmei} i. (ooe will I < stabhlnel ] eja li'Hojioonful of 'i'aluforniutI Sy an ve e txhiiiz., .
is the Answer"inWEB5TE1s
The ( pr/tted or xnuthein. bin" (.lover) ) stands' of 1 I'or, i |ei\i,t' unit jre niiiilU I UI' of I F'g-' ," and in a few houis, i.Mlh !! INSURANCEExamination

i Is the varie-lv' 1"'st aeliptc,I t to (condi I ..I I he, Miuinl l t in nit" i intiitillidHUnime.1 ,t p t i I I, 1 1 <. fould constipatedasle, undi est Scalloped 8t0nk.

lions. in the South. und I ).J\P'" sails. (lulls 'us <.I.ul MOI. lot' 0, se,:\ I..d,I food., and u
,'r, faitorj results, in v'"nlh, ( aiolini, bcHris" en' srii.. hiiii) I In In i> td.',astc.d cf its little L bowels] without fritpin for from liilf illiyior I "nn hour Into cubes with very boll the little bones wa I NEW INTERNATIONAL I

T Alabu,na, deeirijia; Mi'--i, ,,sii, pi'" I IoiiiV .... "'rq)5 l h
jane and se(,Irons of ViiffiniM N'oilli 1 i, and coupe'as, the 1 ,li.nle. I is -", ,ik'iin: Ask your druggist for a I Ii ;ut-<) ."f eulie to this broth and season I day In your talk and rending at .

Carolina, llomla, lt\a-, A i I\lll H I lull I ('len,Ij '" i"Pllt i bottle of "('tIll fornia Sjitip, ) of highly IMnee. a layer of rice rerun In- .liomi'.id M hool on the you, .tn..t likely. car.question In I',.office the m,nhopu ,'an- Corresoondence Solicited. ."

,) and Oklahe>niHI I j 1,1:111",1: for, |11"| toot> ( j pa.t u I Put i "isliMethiKl I II I I 1 VIg-'," which contains full dii out 'ion Iii:':: from heillcx rice on the bot) '.In U*hut,of some makes. m nrnrtir*_ word.nrdcnf"A friend You auk SKI..It:

': itrcc; ions I fur ,-<>WIIIK I Ihr >e..'el!. \ of Hart rsl I I iaj{ 1"(1. i j, foi 1,1,1,1(5, c hildien of all ages and for turn of n (greased dish, cover with aInter I: the location) of Loch Kc trim*or the pronunrl Robert Riedel 4
'I itlon or Jmjmtm.. What I I. mMtm cent?
.1 But clo\er\ shoulil'always.. IIP. own. I ]I'iii'''''tally) all uf t till' e c",Mimei e'ial tfiow upsHolland : eif hef then another layer of HUM/ New CroatioD .n.... rA all kindof
rli p. I Ilici) 'lii>ef, until the Ingredients q..Uunoln ,
Lnngiue.Ht.toryfl4oscrnphy CARPENTER
in late summer or fall. I In I the enllonfitfltefi t se-e-il of the spntUi] Inn" < li"\ii' i i. I that I --- -- I-u lion. Forrlcn VonlM, Tmdco, ArU 1 CABINET SHOP
I has are use f'rl. |M)ur the broth over all, cover :
I UK( ) ,
the bei>t I tnii'1 for> seeiiin' ( i.. 'I g'lo\\n in the ,'olontat(',. .mil th soap factious pro with thin of breadcrumbs and Sciences, .1iA Anal mmtk+rtt*. Window aid Door Screens Repair
n layer
} t '' I dm I MIR I I about I I 10,000,000( ()()() )() pounds of 'OO.OOO Words. ,
the month of Sept"IIlI"'T.) )but it maybe supplv' has usualv been nun h I belowthe bnLu\ till brown COOO Hlnvtrattons. aDd Cabinet Work. '|
; seeded in Aujru'-l l. and M'e- I - -- -- 2700 : Shop 216; Residence 237
Pages.1ieonlydIetinn.rywIt'u :
; late as Dee-ember often give> fa\e> -I linen l maiketecl, onK] i ill (the bin, hut, A Minnesota man has patentid-'- a Cures Old Sr.s.CtIr Memsdtos Wea't Cart.I Darling-ten Are., Near Freight Depot J
able fat moth h t theit. tMxl I'InVOIM t n4. no matter of tiow loneHTC ..... to".dl-.I': '
reRults seems no whclean I irn
even a1} ns gu ipHxon I simple p' de\ite to tools, i f
prevent I) t iifril 1 "
I diopI'iNWT j t Uv tlie woMflrrful old relUibl DCI ;j 'tcrs-d. as A Stroke ot
South Carolina Late ',eilinifs' how- h hulloe! ] s'd| should not )he' piexhicci) in '. out of a man's pocket. I I'o'u" Attlisti clc IlrfUny Oil !t relieve* Oinltu." fi C. F. THRASHEIt.'i
I | , ... ,
I I' mi .llInl. 8.b a ne Utue. 25c,3Oc.: SiatJ1ILt1D ..
ever, are to l h c u".id..d)11) 'Iie\er |1)05- i'ullunp..1. quaiitiln, Hullee] seedis Il l-_:o P-pcr CcT'lon: ' ,
8ille hilt lIt(I" fall and winter i h ojisil\ C On Pun. opriquc. .troni .1tJIIi SHEET METAL WORKER :']1
as I niu nioi sown and onie' d Iiuii, !! 1"'I..r.11.... n ..,t.... .
: growth is "IJr..d finm such pi ml. I the land( i.. ino" <'nlalcil I tin, I le -uliuseileinjf I! fit tm tuown t\toMrrtam\ Steel Ceilings a Specialty '
. e \\rlwtcr In a form no light / ,
: inR'!!. of lour lo\i' in ,iiittnn wouldleplare : iiii a nil BO rnnrnl< r.t to uset t ,.
() 'u lull!f 1 t' -I i I' I.m "* nndwtic 'Phone 14'-R KU lmrae,., FI..
.3 I Hulled seed may )h<> sown l hy a g-'ain, to II lot g't' elefne'C t lh<' depend I ::3 "itof Kcfulur lulltioa.Rogular ) J.
drill with n )pi'(' wheel}) at attachment em.'t on \01 II nt.,1 eiopsRaking I Notice to Citrus Growers :'"- C::;Ijon: : i j'j'1'
(>' /
i tronulnK Wt.little.
or by any method} ) of hroadcat" ing, us or sweeping the ripe'n,<'dpolls ; . Ssjiutxtt-4a DR. W. W. CARSON H
InK about lrt of see'il I I fiom the : 11111"i.... f
pounds per )acic h 111,1 is the onl\' ..
.. ,_.....
ht I ::1 i .or pn4s.i .>
S, A firm heed bed Is iksunblr' ) and, 1 method, used baixi-stm, I tli.uU' DENT T
j is- I u in i t I g spotted(I u i
KiHsimmer i ('ii rils (-rnHtrs'ssiu mtiein I (affiliated' \ with :,' .............. I Office
pedal should he taken to bur clove se-eel .. over Pilley Building J
care the
cover 1 pods aie the 1 Florida (Crlrlls rvehnntfc' ) lia\c ,ulilihed( ) a 'tvell eciuip- .pbtt.U odro1.. .1' Office f
.y the seed thinly. Under most {c-oneii I not |)(', ftt tl\ dry (':ale must he ('\1'\ I |)eel p'ukiiiKhouse, having every futility for han
4 tions broadcasting will )be found most I "i Ised, in curing, as othc>i'\\"" the piles I the best] rnannci Additional machinery has iS: -puckeo> i)( Oa AdminIstered for Kxtractlon of If
t I )lieen installed this t and! Teeth .
( s'a"on. onlexpcnenced I men will beeinplopei i GAC.
satismuctoi, but the seed i-houle] be will heatith "Oll"'n,! IIIJIIIN to 'T-
I in the vasluiiK:, )polishing, g.hnK and packing of i 1 MERRIAM --' ,*,
covered with a light hanow Where the seeds It is probablv) due to snob I all fruit handled .. CO. .

: moisture conditions are (entirely favorable eating that the roimneieial seoul soften I i iSprtqf.--. T. M. RIVERS. M.D. ,.I!.

I good stands have frequently o shows low nerniinution K\eivl Rest possible service is /ruaiantred and! (frowet-!r who are !iniiiuiiiiuiiiuniuiiiiiimmti): PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1
been obtained by merely scattering southern fainier can easily grow his. not members of thin Association can have their fi-uit packed
r the seed on the surface, but whenever of : in thin house in plain material or under their individual brand Office over Osceola Pharmacy 4.
clover seed small
own supply at
and at '
u practicable the harrowing is I very reasonable) prices, for which apply to the manager 'Phon Residence U I
recoinc,, x Iensl' at the packing house. Office HI.CEO.F.PAR. .Jj
*' mended. Objections f to Bur ('))0\'(0 r. -
When the seed Is sown in the bur, Horses C F
and mules ordinarily refuse mm} mmInsurance
,t broadcasting: is the only practicable to eat bur clover. Even other ani- ER ,

u method. To obtain a full stand by this -- -'aI IS 1.flfrt.4jLs'i.1LpsJl' .. ,. ,- IS IArt S iJt--ujrijLI, ATTORNEYATLAWCollections '
method, from 5 to 6 bushels of seed --- --- ..
-- -
1 '
1 fer acre are necessary followed by a and Conveyances

harrowing. : Specialties
In the regions however which that Insures
are ; 111 1-t Broadway .
Veil adapted to bur clover it is much DoBusiness'

: 'f more" economical! *. a, rule' to begin Why Men Advocat Protection that Protects O. F. KRIBBS w. J. BTEEDt'. ..'
;,; with a light seeding and to depend in ,
subsequent years on the volunteer C

.) crop, where this is practicable. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
The Florida Citrus Exchange ?

. s I Inoculation Advisable in 'Sruth. : weal business of all kinds given;

In the cotton states app'a eVitly DAKIN AVENUE prompt attention.
,; .c 'lack of inoculation has often been the Offices 11 and 12 State Bank Bldf.

'cause of failure in establishing bur It is a significant fact that the business men of every community in KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Klsslmmee Florida. ;.:

3. clover crops, especially .where hulled Florida, which has a Florida Citrus Exchange packinghouse, proudly

seed was sown. Usually when seed Pat .Johnston G. p. :
advertise this fact to the world. Oarrett
111 l sown in the bur there are enough
the dust on the burs to insure -

inoculation. It is desirable, however There is equal significance in the fact that nurserymen, packing house

in plantingbur' clover for the Offices 10, 11 and 12 Cltitens Bank ".jr
machinery men and others whose future'success depends on the pros-
.1 first time, that farmers do not go to Building -
I// of the citrus consistent boosters of the t""tratluI1\ KI..lmm.. ,
,the expense of purchasing a large perity industry, are Exchange.No : P'l8

u quantity of seed, but that they plant : ...i...f'rfy
't 'a comparatively small area, inoculating is it that bankers '
less significant land
E; company operators, news- DR. M. ', :
the soil either by the soil-transfer J. HICKS :
: method, or in the absence of inoculated papers and others interested in bringing to Florida men and money r' I BEAMS .. ,

soil, by the use of pure cultures. for the further development of :the State make a great deal of the ii PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I

&. When once a patch of bur clover has CHANNELS Office State Bank
Exchange the to the future.
as key '
tJ bene grown successfully on a farm Ii ANGLESand Phones: Offlo 41Rald4nc t; ,
ul the whole farm can easily be inoculated 4V I.

by scattering soil from the places These things would not be true, and the keenest business men of All Shapes. -

r 7 where. the bur clover grew successfully Florida today would not be such staunch supporters of the Florida .. TRUSS RODS J. W. THOMPSON

The Soil-Transfer Method. Citrus Exchange, if in their judgment it had failed to do the work ,i ,s.STAY ;'
IS :
The soil-transfer method Is the for which it founded. DIRECTORI (
was '
: i BOLTS ''"' (' ......'
surest known to andLICENSED
way secure the inoculation .) : '

)Q be taken of any from legume.a'spot wher The soil bur should cloveris The degree of success which can be attained by the Exchange in the riirii'II ii I IRONWORK of All Kinds. EMBALMER '.'

growing successfully or from fields future working out and execution of plans for the good of the citrus III III II BOILERPLATE Store and Chapel Stewart A... I ;'I:,0'

tus of alfalfa The, same yellow trefoil inoculates, or melilo-all industry in Florida depends upon the measure of support it receives III JJI Klsetmm.s. Fla ,,\

lt_ four of these plants germ! so that soil from from the growers of the State, and with control of fifty per cent or J -J :'
near the roots of any one will inoculate more of the citrus fruits grown in Florida it can do twice as well for .- TANKSTEEL P. X Vans Aa-n.w w. B. Crawferf.

I' taken the from others.the top The 8 soil inches should and be I its grower-members as with twenty-five per cent. ci.STRUC- VANS AGNEW'&: CRAWFORD .'t( .''ATTORNEY-AT.L.AW

= !
1u broad-casted over the area to he i n TURAL Offices: 8-4-6-8 Cititens Bank .'

planted at the rate of 250 to COO Now is the time to add your support to that of your fellow-growers in FIRE Building F'.
pounds per acre. The spreading is njj ESCAPES Klaalmnaew P'1o. ,"' "
best done making bigger and better the Florida Citrus Exchang-e-the only truly n ,,1.;,
on a cloudy day. '
as bright \ .
sunshine is destructive to the bacteria.If co-operative body now at work for citrus Florida. Put your fruit in rW HARD ,, r 4I

spread in sunshiny weather immediate the Exchange and sell it yourself-you will have as much voice, in the ei-S WOODS. LEWIS O'BRTAN ,* ',,:'"U,'

-, should harrowing always be is taken aecure Care soil I organization as any other member. See the manager of your local /0 Force Competent of Workmen ATTORNEY-AT-LAW J ..'''' ::1 Waring
Building \
free from troublesome weeds or diseases. association, there is one in your community. .otherwise communicate ,, for Road S 'I.1.S/., 411"

: / with this office. <-- t. Work. .' '.
'. .
.. .
On account of the involved 54. :J
., expense WII.n 1. X.eeI of a I( !
; It is seldom advisable to e VETERINARY l'\.
get large SURGEON
W'i, ... .. :
; Quantities of soil from a distance. It I It I :- .vS .. '-can For_. ,:,, { '" :...
:4 Florida Citrus Exchange Tampa: Florida to'I I : .
U better to. tow but a mall patch i ; : A.'RlCHIIOND\i''J:.\ >' .'

,u the first year.,which, if successful, will 'lit I"I. ' '. t Her.... lIp5 4.fl 'I
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, t tk flat, sailor has trimming A sash help to bring"out th. pretty

i I wings and band of groasgrain, muslinor curve of the hips and the sUmnass of 2

II I might lie divided Into two linen. the" figure. 'I '"I', .

During recent years the problem of classes according to the way In which "
r '
the proper feeding of school children they put on their haU. There la the > .
The ruffled white organdie with Sleeves are sometimes mad. ,to'
has come to be recognized by educators class that looks on a hat aa something
one. Tbe child of to cover the bead and there la the little dark silk coat has always a match a waistcoat worn inside of taffeta :
as a very grave
class that looks on a bat as an added charm of its own. pinafore frocks. ,
! school 1 age must grow and must also *
crown to woman's crowning glory. ,
work. Watch different women put their

t It Is costly to educate child, and the bats on. It is not the time they take '
cost 1* largely wasted If tbe child Ia so In doing the trick that counts. book at I STOKES SEEDS .

Improperly nourished aa to be unfit for the clever young stenographer who

mental effort. Certainly a hungry child dresses smartly on a surprisingly small
Is in no gnndltlon to turn h... undivided t sum a week. When the office clock I ARE GROWN FOR CAREFUL PLANT EBB

attention toward the work of tbe strikes & she grabs her hat firmly by

schoolroom. the crown puts it on a little at the b Stokes Seed Farms Company

Another Important factor Is play. back of her bead and pushes it deftly s tF

There is a direct connection betweenthe forward so that her hair slips softly MOORESTOWN. JERSEY

muscular activity involved In play about her face, thrusts In a couple of

and the food elements necessary for well chosen pins and In three minutes

the building of a strong body. 1s ready 4.0 start borne and, 6'

As It baa been proved In many instances to vie In smartness with the ,

particularly In the large cities fashion she passes in the moreover'l i

that many children are actually hungrythe Watch the woman who R. S. FLOYD, -
greater portion of the time It la obvious money to buy clothes than

that such chlldran are not receiving wearing them. Perhaps she spends

the.full benefit from the money fifteen minutes before her mirror put Dealer In '

being spent for their education. ting on btr hat But she takes the bat

The question of feeding the child in by the brim to begin with. Then she I

the school 1s therefore receiving more- begins to put it on at the front, not the Groceries Htvy Grain and Feed

and more consideration as time goes back. She pulls it over her forehead t I t

on, and In several. instances where various knowing that the hat should. be tilted
methods have been tried tbe results over the face and what is deft of it Corner Broadway and Dakin AY.

b.ven very marked.In covers the back of the bead. Rlie pulls bb .

one girls' school In New York city a few strands of hair from under the Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed

each child is given a cup of milk or sfPp hat to cover her forehead. And then

cocoa during tbe morning and at noon fPp she gazes at the front of the lint and

soup Is sold by the school\ at 1 cent : i +I her face In the mirror. Then she jabs

Here also, aa the year wanes greater i- a couple of ineffectual hatpins Into the --- -
progress Is noted. crown of her hat and the fifteen mlo'ute

This Instance is not cited ai an exeeptional task is finished.

case but as an example to 3e The smart woman goes about the Li P4

show that when children are fed at { work of putting her bat on properly| ,

school tbe results are apparent, even with her eyes open. She never dependson

though tbe children may not actuallybe i random effects, but **en If she does .

underfed In their homes. spend only two minutes In the task she

In tbe schools for backward childrenthe work. systematically to get her hot on Meffert's Trowel Brand Lime

results of feeding In the school havebeen the right way. G

more apparent J: _i9ijj To begin with. the bat must fit Milliners '
will tell that a hat especially Both Good and Dependable ,
It Issaid (haf In France, where a system you .r
R Ev$.t' f:.. ri=EzuF t1E 1 : "
of serving me&l810 school children r'' a small one. should really be fitted to
was most! carefully worked out, tbe I the head as carefully as gloves or shoes Oed because it aids fertility,making fruit trees and other

effect n> to simplify the relief work, as A LKABT TBOTTBVB. ar. fitted respectively to the bands or uas.aca crops much more healthy. and vigorousvaasurina'.in

DO parent can bring a hungry child In feet.The Velvet itrlped georgette crape in a creased and improved crop yields of"the best quality. I
order to gain sympathy.As Except for the choker and cuffs of smart woman always puts her midnight blue shade Is used to fashiodthis DeaeBatUa because of its
the question of food for schoolchildren sealskin and a row of black novelty hat on from the back forward. You frock. Please note how cleverly purit--enal1'.ia: nearly 100 per .

la so Important educationally buttons, which stop at tbe waist line know how milliners, when they are trying the Trivet stripe has been arranged to cent carbonate of lime-and also because produced bya

and at the _me time la not entirely an this neat suit Is devoid of trimming.The a bat on you always grasp It firmly form the bodice and 1 port of the skirt concern of twenty-three ye&l'l' experience. ;

educational problem. It offers' an opportunity woolen Is of the bent quality\ and and press It over the back of the bead. even the flare, which la cut off by a Ground Umtston

for co-operation between the educators both tbe skirt 'and the coat's peplum then bring It forward. This pushes the band of Russian squirrel and ends la a 4P

social organteattons and par have a marked flare. Please note bow I loose hair forward naturally. If you deep flounce of plain crape. This material Hydrated time ;

ents. patent leather boots and tbe black put the bat on from the front and pressIt furnishes the sleeves which are Rock Lime

The domestic science classes afford satin toque with Its natty little brush back It draws the'front hair In. andIt cuffed with a hutch of. velvet Mpe. There Is a form of Trowel Bread Lima for every pore>.4-sufl 4

another good opportunity for the servIng accentuate the dark note of the seal I has to tie fluffed out later. The collar\ 1" of squirrel while the rest treatment dust spra,.. eta AH ar fully guaranteed.

of nourishing food to tbe children skin.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. The smart woman seldom shows I I. white georgette crape fastened with Order Trowel 1 Brand lime for your grove, or field,or....... ;
throughout tbe school. The class prepares much of her forehead when she has her ball crochet buttona. With this gore Booklet "Uung time on Citrus Cmv.." 1_ 1.4& .. Y

one hot dish dally, wblcb Is nerved o ,0 hat on. even In these days when, the geous gown goes a midnight blue velvet quote prices and sad sample.'

with tbe cold luncheons brought ANOTHER PARTY FROCK. g forehead dares show Itself, because the bat of tall crown and wide brim Florida Lime "+
Company Ocala Fla.
from borne. Each girl 10 cents a smart woman knows she looks betterIn that give Just the hint of a poke In ,
pays O - a, T , , . . . T . I g' this than with her forehead ........ .. .. .......... u..c-.
week, which pays for tbe food. o way front, while a huge pink rose accentuates

In the rural I school a very simple For the Schoolgirl Who oo bare. the heavy ribbon band.

equipment will answer all tbe purposes Oe.s to Dancing Class. .* The smart woman baa mirrors arranged -

of cooking and serving. If the school 00000000000000000000000000 so that she cansee her hat on FALL HOUSECLEANING. .1 _

la able to nave a flreless cooker soup her bead from every angle. Perhaps #
one's the hat that looks well from the front .
or stew can be prepared at some That Will Make This .
home, taken to tbe school and kept hot l looks anything but well from the back Suggestions i -*.
until lunchtlme. As In tbe rural district and often one side of a hat Is becomingand Nightmare a Little Easier. .
J. the other Is decidedly ugly. To clean wicker chain wash with The .
many children live a long( way of the world, d
Moreover the smart woman never salt and water, then rub aa dry as possible eyes
from tbe school, it Is almost a necessity
buys a hat without eeelng how It looksIn and place In tbe open air to finish ,
that a hot dish be prepared for ... ,
relation to her whole figure. The drying.To .
them.In Q"x tall with small face clean enameled bathtubs rub with
one rural school a plan was. put very look well woman enough in a very small may hat salt moistened with lemon Juice. Then are on the man who
hot dish
into operation whereby a when you see only her bead. But the wash with hot water and soapsuds.To yfe i
served at a coat of 2 cents. Where
tiny hat perched atop her long figure clean marble basins a paste
the parent was not able to pay this looks quite ridiculous. Bo too, the of whiting and soft soap and apply it r

amount the food was served free or short, fat woman with a small face with a soft cloth. Rinse with cold water
the parent was allowed\ to contribute
.. and rub dry.
may look well > far SB her bead Is
'vegetables c*r. .other..fann 'p'r&sucla. To polish steel fender., etc.. after
concerned. In the broad, .
M+ ;e ;
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Each week one of the larger girl was i'.' but the broad and-drooping haY'emphasizes cleaning with emery paper sprinkle

appointed as chef witb-u.*iq smaller the broad and drooping linen of powdered bath brick on the surface and SAVESY

girls as assistants. The preparing of her figure most unbecomingly.The polish with a chamois leather.

tbe lunch was completed before 0 smart woman uses plenty of plus. To clean white paint wring a cloth
o'clock In the morning; and was put out In hot water, then dip It in bran ,

on the oil stove In the entry at the and gently rub tbe paint. Sponge off' "to'

proper time. Eacb child brought a Baby lpeiflestloi with cold water and polish. with a ,.sit.
The Indianapolis Medical. Journal
cup plate knife, fork spoon and two white rag dipped In whiting. for
gives In a digest from a recent maga a :
napkins from home, one napkin being To destroy troths In carpets or curtains pAUSE :
sine article the following requirements
used as a tablecloth.Not spread a damp cloth over the part
only did this plan work out well to guarantee an ideal baby: and iron till dry with a hot Iron. The a
At birth be should weigh at least six '
from a standpoint of proper nutrition I steam will destroy any eggs, and the problems that
for the children, but the lunch hour pounds; at a year boat twenty-one moths will not attack tbe place again.

became a lesson In table manners. In pounds.At To clean brass cut a lemon In half will few hence.Look
birth be should twentyInches i a
this way many children who( receive dip It In kitchen salt and rub over the years
little training at home are enabled to ; his. sister. may be slightlyshorter. brass till the stains disappear. Then

see bow other people behave at meal., Increase I rinse In warm water and polish with a about ?..-tfcs as of affair ia
The first he
and the tactful teacher can do a great year duster dipped In powdered whiting.
deal of good In Imparting lessons In seven inches, the second three more, Cloudy decanters can be cleaned with ia tile world, are the seta who started t. > ?

and from the third to the tenth year vinegar and Halt. Put a handful of salt
table deportmentThere
have been enough experiments two Inches each year. and half a cupful( of vinegar In the decanter They have the respect and ceaiaeace

tbe value of nutritious I The!! fontanelle or soft spot on the and bliake well, then empty and
,tti made food served to prove at the school and It is head should close about the nineteenth rinse with warm water. I I Then look ,oa tas ether side at .ike .. !

doubtless but a question of a short month. To clean oriental rugs first beat the .ak -they may have a good time for a .
Three to Four and a Half Months.- rug thoroughly, then brush to remove personality reflect
time now before educators\ generally
Grasp an object that is placed before all llrt. Hull over with n stiff brush
tbe responsibilitiesand
will come to see
1 him. Hold his head erect, alone. dipped[ In warm soapsuds to which a
In 1? A dollar
dormant this
opportunities lying M:: or se deposited ia :
',Of.{' Seven Months.-Sit alone, unsupported little ammonia bus been added and rub
this field. As the teacher la likely to $ nucleus of honorable
aa ?
and reach for toys. dry with 11 sort 1"11'':. Cashier'i
be more or less overworked too much ", I
of her In this ::7 -- 1 Eight to Ten :Months.-Start to creep. To clean linoleum rub well with soap, Make year beginning new
should not be expected -
........ line, but If the parents will become In- Some babies never creep but start to then wipe off with a flannel wrung out bankbook wiD pare the way.State {
-.- walk iiiHteiid.Ten in hot wlIl..r.1I0\\' to set quite dry i
terested this subject much good cnn
Months.-Should start to stand, then pollttli with any floor |x> After s
be accomplished.\ Clubwomen all over ;'; \ .
. ;', holding some object.Eleven thin. treatment" the linoleum bill keep' :]
to realize I '
the beginning
country are : tfi-:: .< Mouths.-Stand entirely alone. clean! and bright for quite n \long 11 Lie.
that here Is a work close !at band and [ '1
:j 'CIi# Twelve to Fourteen Months.-Start Keep' n lump( or )kitchen salt In the
with the school officials
In conjunction L. I to walk. wink. It" III ,dissolve\ slob I ly and )keep ;

can do a great deal toward Insuring food One Year.-Snv mamma and papa the pipe clean\ and the sli.X. freak and
the amount of
proper ---- Two 1''al"1l.-Tulk quite plainly, know wholexome. of '
for each child of school age, and thus 'f
of Sage green crepe de chine Is used for names of animals persons and objects Sprinkle| 'lIfl''I"| before sweeping with
help to bring up a generation trained this pretty gown. The skirt is cordedto I and put two words together. salt limteail of tea leaven. It keeps' the Capital stack I
healthy bodies as well ai and the ----------------------
dust down more effectively >
simulate a miniature hoopeklrt and Should distinguish\ one object from
mind., for without the one the attaining carpets look fresher and wear better, Retoorces ever --------------------- 1
finished around the bottom with wallsof another at four months. He must hear
of the other Is doubly bard. Instead of conventional as salt prevents moths attacking them.
Troy tbe well. and his teeth must make their Officer aced
-I t Homemade Duatlsea Duster.j scallops. The blouse falls over more appearance at from five to seven Oil stains can b bo removed from linen i
and cotton goods by rubbing the material C. A: CARSON. Prest _
+ *.Use wontoot hosiery or old nnder- walls of Troy and Is finished with a months. J.
tasseled tie. Finest cream colored embroidery on both sides with talcum powder.
fkf wear and wring out of a mixture madein' I M. KATZ. tad Vice
for few
The should be left on a
afforda the turnover collar powder
When after scrubbing
the proportion' of, three tablespoontfnls relaying carpets
.linseed oil to one-half pint kero and V shaped chemisette, and the butterfly the floor be sere that the boards hours and then brushed off. ROMA THOMAS, 7

ear After saturating wring dry and bow/ on the child's Dutch cut hair 'are thoroughly dry or the tack will I :". ?

,Jiang- 4 bat on line for thoroagft elring. U wide cream satin ribbon rust and stain the carpeL Read the "Want Ad." column.liiw 4

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I ;.1.! Legal Agricultural News 'IMdlisFURNISHED th...dlae i s.>. Kejct1tho.. which If on. wishes to planL'eewta'dlril t'' o' ."('

: I I1t Advertisements : how -anylif n< of the root knot. ly In the-bed for..rI7.tran.pJantIne; .

: t-v : : BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA' I about four inches of good rich coil .

KNOWN FOR 11111111111 1111 n 1111MOTICH COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HOTBED PROVIDES DECORATIVE I should be spread over the manure, ..

w and the seeds can be sown in that. s'
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Place your orders If cuttings are to be propagated they> .f
_.t off the. 15erl.r U. e. La adOfBve DAMPING OFF RUINS SEEDBEDSThe anna, ChaUahooc1l, Brooksvllle, I
at 4J.l.e."llle. Klorlaa. will probably do better If placed In :

TURNIP SEED. .e... >>.. 11(1.fterlal _. Tampa and. Miami.In The hotbed like grandad used to hallow flats or boxes deep enough to .
SEED .. also ONION la hereby inven that James damping: off. fungus often addition there are various phos- make offers a means of propagatingplants accommodate them. Seeds may also

fa ". SEED RYE SEED July Halley IR.of 19U.UouKhman made Homestead Florida who En- wipes out whole seedbeds. It is one phatic and shell marl over the state. for decorating the home be planted in these flats if several j J,

+ RAPE GARDEN No \ 10967. for Wtt of NH":% of the worst diseases with which One striking point of interest to far-
1 I kW W and NE U of HW <.. Section grounds. Jack Frost will be at his varieties are to be planted. The flats ry '

I r I PEAS. POTATOES : Township 26 Mouth Range.J8 East' the truck grower has to contend. Re- I men was brought out by Mr. Sellards. aid tricks and the tender plants are desirable because they can be removed , ,
.:.... Meridian, has notice :
II is
Our FALL SEED Intention to make Three-\ear Proof. lief can be had by certain precautions Practically every !section near a which have made the place look like while the hotbed Is being re- ',);

,, LOGUE i.! ready, it I establish. ... before claim 4"lerk to or the Clrtult land above Court outlined by Dr: C. D. SherbakofT of limestone deposit. In some places it home will be snuffed out. Many of 'newed. which should be done every '.<

r-, description prices, Xlawlmmie. Horlda, on tin llth day the University of Florida] Experiment will be necessary to dig. pits to quarry these can be, and must be, propagated six weeks.

nit tG will be a pleasure to Noxcmber' If 15. Station Place the seedbed on new it, but the expense of making the .
\ ll linrnt A. ellncaa.a by cuttings. As a means of carrying When the plants or cuttings have ;
one on request. \' I iartttt. of Loughman lorlda I I 1 J'.d. l if If land is not stone available] need not make t' (
: : : possible new
1tl, H 'ux:: of ItMlKhman: F'loIln f : them over the frost season John rooted pot and place in the hotbed 4

.r M Hy\inH, of .loiiuhinan Mot. lila.. available, sterilize the bed after it has price prohibitive Since the acidityof I' Schnabel assistant horticulturist to until danger of frost is
Poultry Feed Supplies, J 'IIPIH of Louahnvrl.1 1.'lot, lilaIKlltl over. Early
Conker's ';It'1' \S D1\IY I > been prepared with formalin. the soil m HO .great the state 3parti..uarly the University of Florida Experiment I asters verbenas begonias and all
tors, Etc., M Ht'Kl"ti'rMIIHK ] fortunate in theseeasily
Make solution of 40 having
t up a one part Station, suggests the hotbed ot.herender plants which are planted

Pratt's Remedies OK A In.\I"Tn..iln.: I 'per cent formalin to r>0 parts of wattr ] available supplies out
h I For Find niarliarite) A bed ft by 3 feet will be large early can be propagated in this
for weekly I Apply at the rate of 2 quarts to thesquare enough for most homes If larger way. Shelter the bed with; glass] or
Write Court of Coue.r ..ud..... SE.te of foot. ('oy..r the l bed and Catalogue I 'Inrh'.. 4 .eeola 4 uu..t j. spate is needed make the bed as muslin covered frames. Ventilate

re. Kwfnte. of i < ts. sacks, an old < nrpel' or a tarpiuIMI ILIIN: ;(. 1111'1'1Y.TS: : ; I long) as required but not wider than daily except in extreme wealker.

E. A. MARTIN SEED ill..\.r...II IB is* ri l hv ttUtn. ,lo nil shim ", for a ilnv to keep the form il 101-1 I (; feet Make a frame of twelve inch

i\. out tint. that on. 'llu tuilflli tli\ from, 'Phi* ill A c11lvitia; of the < ountagents
li\ili escaping. \\ The 4598: girl' ptrmil workers of
.... "... I I.:... nb.. r. ,\ II. I''15 I ..I.dl, appl\| | t gas I, hoards Set it in the ground about 4
SUM K J t ally l t tll 1I..lIdd.. ,, 1' M Mitt. I"In luh," give it time' to kill anv.fii'ik'i' pliantPI \\ h'n I they wale, in session at the Uniiisi Wisconsin receive instructions in
JACIU+OSILIE.. "' ) : ''slot. ( '",,, f. IIB JIII"I"..' of I I'r..ha\\ for. to li( inches and dig a pit inside! so
,llMllUK,.. "H .,." ." "I if tl,.. :\ >I\ llu foiiniilin solution] aliiiut.. twociKs \ ,shy( of l lloiuia, iliselosod, the factshat ,I that from the lop of the frame lo the cooking sewing and millinery, while a '.'

.. .It. ".f1 ll'l.' II ISH HI d..1 \\ before, tin seed| are to l h.e sown tlun, were e\i-ral] dippinjr vats certain receive vocational.
,,, that a'' the, tvun.. ,IIIn\ ,,n. I will, |pit. floor it < t Ii" slid ( 'ulllt t "" "iinii n "'1 MI, nt, s in tin late. which hud not been reIlnd.d 'I instruction in salesmanship typewriting -
t the lied southward by placing a "''X
of naId entail nod ask
Actrnl..I..lur.Ir (O.l.Eta! i?< ?; or Illil1'II'I'IiESII)11M; i i 1 1 : i .), This 1 factj ,show thai the bookkeeping and shorthand.
t Ih. n i nronl inch hoard on the north side of the
When I 'II.1' i .1 in., .,. u I II n 1'115, ) ( OC'HESI I : ( : | : Iii( IIi 1 I I I*. min are going/ ahead indep ;
you 11 r r.;;MM. I 'I'i H \S4. frame.
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-tUIIt'I'- 01-'" ---'fll'l\- Jl 1)1.M-. I 1l1lollrn',1: records for the <'nllt, r& 'utrl li\'. piiifrssor. of animal husbandry : Put layers of fresh horse manure in Take Qrove'n a

!.I' \ II' ol Ilulullt .\rnculiulc, of the< ( 'III\'PISttl( ut and ilaiivniif in the College of I the bottom of the bed and tramp l The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless
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i, Ininli I . will!) ,ohaldy, 1" lunKin tin .1r ,t. lilt III. the campaign for dipping' them down. Sprinkle with water if I chill Tonic U equally valuable as o

re 1eln/: ., ..' tiirtin Isrl.abur' tall I started" in the fall of 1112I I too dry, but care should be used not ,I General Tonic because it contain the
total 'n.Jln"1
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inr I is h. 1.i l\ ,i- i., n III .dl "h. \i""a'' year well known tonic of NINE
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Ill, nn. II''. '.h.", ."Ii i 11.. lOll. .1.1\ of i"I"dar stuilents' hmritr' lioth 'ini' 'I'In. ln I sl t > at completed( and used .was to get it too wet. The layers of manuie and IRON. It act on the Liver Drive
I'. !iiiiu\, A i II> PHI I shall apply' should
We make it. Every I 111,. 11 ""i..s i .il Ii. T1 I \1..1". I I .1 lu ii I."" < III- was !S7 Din) 'in"; tin. (Ii'ht! tin i'iu 1 hal nf I' P. Barber at ]Macclennj\ inI aggregate about 121 i i out Malaria, Bnricbe the Blood and
.f nl. C'..InI. Jude. .r I I'II i .10.I it lorII I ind hrs. Cover and allow to heat over Build the W sole System. 50: cent:
".ll. .111-. ll.Ilt. ..s \01"-I ,!!, I T.1.1., . I ie1.I s of I Ihr pr<*s<'lit,' st.ssion. lhC t nunsbar '" I i i ul i"ISIS, \ I 1913. J. C. l Iel>evoi8e of I I II up
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Hint f.' IHI .laksunSrlle 1 completed about the
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t ,1,1 i mt Ills i i .III as tits an' expected] to et\ler dill "'" OOOOOOOO.0000000004AOOOOOOO.OOOO OOOOOOOOOO...
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E. A. NIEMEYER ,, I th.I I 11 I apI"| I i '"\ niI 1 11 ,the Truly ]part of this st mister t ',ilthiti _siiiniiK about ?0 vats were built..
I ,.1I.t 1 AiR, -n,I I. ,\ II 1 I'1t9> 1 I I'nf., ,-in, Willoufhl has a ]list of
] adilit ,iitnal ..1the (
Mitchell Street always alI
A 1 E "n1Iu'IIir." ; I an < men : OATS AND RYE

I 1 m 6 m AI""I."a'or i t I In'fin m"njr' of t the second< 1 senu"ICII ( i MI tits III I the .slute There are doubt-

.. -- --.- I, \ I I. I 1'Inyd assistant, dean of the lid, .I'I I li'-- si \ i'( ,il others; of which he has Going to plant some this fall?
< Inuit < onrLale tif I 'tarp "t > -
4 4ri00Pa44fri nth .....111..1 4 Irttill OMittilfitiinil Ii.M.
t < ) iji nt' t Ins i h"a i i 11114111)t leads with 9 vats I Dude,
; IN 4 II 611. 1:1tIt. : 1 I s year. Oat; Fulghum Rustproof, Hastings Hundred Bushel
M. Mu; 'mi. and) Kscnmbiu: have "> each
1 lh loinli I foliage of A"i..dlll"
Kixerhlll. < iiiiiiliiliiiin| <. < ( ; i 1 1 90 Day and Winter Grazing.: Rye: Florida Black, Georgiaand
I' |III I, Solo. Holmes., latkson. and Osce
: M. h I tin lo/:',ual) school for I loi' nla sits
Real Estate ">iti II foal.. I..hl"l I 1'ur/l hill >wife ili.nlBnlh, the college< mil tlie 1 Ex "Ia bin I' four each. Several counties A bruzz State quantity wanted" we will name price

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two coun
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Realty bought and sold.I :> Hi hill, Illi'.I in 111 II.. .. .I.t.II ,tnl] study ol I Florida lonlitions, and tit.s I Inns none KILGORE SEED COMPANY
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Joules I rented.
i II i i I"is alt., .t :ii JI"i d.i i i,,i:mis" for, those olio.. intend, to farm in tin. PLANT CITT, FLORIDA.WASHINGTON. ;

Taxes paid and Titles p ;:'; :*:M:t I:lii hi .ii.ol:1101,1: II:. .llli n1 : ill.nI;,I"l I',l.;i ,.:: uI.s1d.uls,' ,it, f :.tjitt there I is i IIn better school. 'lln"Kt"i"l HOKIH \t X MM,I'l'ION: *:

for non.retidents. : .I..f.1 lulkn.a'n. 115.1 "II!.,. i n' 0'' ' prim, 'fides] as MutiM. ) ill imvitrrii corJol.s I ) |DM( lA1'O'Rt ' 1 ->MOOOO OOK 4-0o.0W oo ouo. Ut oo.o..o. .I t
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Indemnity ponds : I I I .11''". ll i .".I, I L, I..I.. \I.v..I .I t 1h.I II \slinh is gis; tn ,is /peculiar (to \\\hii. !h, I tl is' "utmatn 1.[Inver 1 has to con w
I I I" 'Sf Vi v .i",,,.i \ li ]I'II'I ,. slbrl, t '
I II h,. .ill k.HI' ,. '" <.I 'ml, I 11111, \> ill, vinhtllte... ,Ii' i,01 I i I' 'lust" I his 'n a fungus disi $29.65 -
,,, rd: II a" 'tall. I" Sold i | 11.f.| n.t.| I .D.(
I t 'a i-i' \\lnh musts rownishpots on r

.: >-:+.-<+::: +:. lu, fin 111.t 01.1.1.,1 1 l I I III"il, I tine I, 01, il.I r rI CTIIU'S I I I 1.1ES 1 : I IIYI Ml 11.,. I tins >-. stems. and fruits It le
., I 1'.1..0, >"i i a w. I U tin i I tour i on
111, ,XI. 111., tn ,tli. Kl'"II'.1.1I. I I :\1.\ > SPHI-\II: C' \\KIU: : dulrs, t Iii..r \italit\ of the plant as nwhole
1'i: liddl. tit. Jl si I s|1'."|" I |publish in .
r i ] .mil) i, e\eitull\ tepnnsihlefur
l 'oni,,,11',
C. W. G ('t.8.0. I 11 .r.i i L \'I'CcrRlt i i : ';"rI I Tin, following precautions, issued a, amount of the fruit lol -
il And Return
< 'I.I.I I n lilt rlult I'If' t :
\\ 11 HIM( \N: I I."lImo" :Newell: pla:it c'ommis The 1 disease' is esp.-iiallj, >Md duringlaink '
I s. 11 I ,, ,, 42, ItHI I' ,
It. I l 'I.1.lIlIa,1.
i..r to the State1 Plant Board. r \,,'ather, as U w MH. last \nnlerIt .
Staple and VIA
I should/ be l. obs.t't'\ ed in sending, citrus nu\ attack the plants from early
A 1"1'0'' U ION

<.lrtiil <.tiiirt for the ....' ..n.fI. .....1.In I lI'a"y mail : life and precaulionnry measures ATLANTIC COAST LINE
G I < of the xtnfe nf !' Itirldn | 1rsous who wish to 'send' citrus against ,il may he uecessary in Ihestcdbc
'ls iintl fur 4l...eolM I
'I.,9' | leaves to the State Plant Hoard at "dDr Standard Railroad of the South .

AI)01..10' OK 4 Illl.It I Gainesville; or to the Deportment of I ] C'. D 1 Sherbakoff assistant I
. I'ettllon of Nay '<..-.1 \I..I.n..IoII"
Free Delivery to all .d Morldn Mfl.>uuhlln. III. \\ lfe. j ,XITIH, 'ultuie at Washington to learn plant pat holo iKt. to the University of TICKETS SOLD OCT. 15TH TO 19TH

of the City whether such leaves show ividemes'', loiida 1 Experiment Station reminds .
> >'I>14U 4>K A I.I.I..A.I.ION FOIL Extended to Nov. 15th on Payment o f$1.00

t FOR ADOPTION of citrus canker should take pains to the farmer that thorough and regular

. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ace that they are sent only in strong sprayings s with bordeaux solution
Ste'--sue It known that the 2nd day of
1 on substantial' tin wooden boxes whichare 6 ::5:1>0. will probably control the di-
wt .., bt.f'n A.. D 1816, '\v'" apply or STEEL PULLMAN ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC ; ;
the ; ;ie James : Perkins, securely wrapped and sealed. sease. If the young plants show the FANS'q
of the Circuit Court of this Sev
Judicial Circuit of the State of When specimens of this kind are sent peculiar spotting they should be .
.. for the legalization for the ;
S of Robert Mathew Evans:: a in letters or pasteboard boxes the latter sprayed with bordeaux immediately.The For information or reservations call on any A. C L. (

e child now renldlnir In KI .Bmmee| broken trealmgnt should be repeated in *
are invariably
open en- ticket
Oaceola ('nunl v. Florida' aleat or
is ,.. .. the!'r 27th \ n 1915HAYrnKM route. the field at intervals The frequencyof
r H< >HIIlMt.I. M'(.III.IN, "The distribution of disease (Terms the spraying will depend upon the Tampa
Ai II" H II 1'T'r': 41-4t I the of the I
; h f fF Counsel' for P.Iiltonera which would follow the breaking of weather and growth plants.

fragile packages in case they did (! When the weather 'is favorable continuously 1
t.t400 OOO oo.o ooo oooo o ooo
1 F 4'Ol'IIT OF 4'4>I'.V'rv .JI'IHOIO.' ,contain diseased material can moist, for the development

L.J STATE OlKOIA OF 44 I--I.OIIII1A>UJ\lt ily be imagined The Plant of the fungus, spray every ten days

particularly requests its cm'respandents or every other week. It must be remembered ,
: re E.tate of Frvlle: III llrlAa-rsi .
".... I IK b..r.'n.. to all whnm. to exercise all prossible] precautions that as the plant grows "'"

I may fibrunry: concern, A. D that 1116 on I the nhall in this matter. It is just another new tissues are formed which are not '

t, thi Honorable T M. Murphy. .luilice. important case of "safety first" covered bj the bordeaux Spraying I 1U
mild Court as Judirn of rnhnti I for
I final discharge as- Adinlnlstrnt should therefore be frequent enoughto e.. ,
11.A.1 ht..g1.' ;; the estate of Erwin H lirldBres. ..-
I-T_ ..b.-.w ,/. ...d. and nl the name tlmt' Ivlll STATE Ol HLOHIDA HAS keep the new growth protected igher in PriceSometimesH
..Yr roM.. . ao. .1111 '
I e-Y... ..&.. . .... j.*... ... lo said. Court Recounts BOIIMIhin LIME SUPPLY The bordeaux spray should be discontinued -
i I Administrator of said estate ana( ask
w rUGW; WICTAT, nimrofK: their, RTfprrt\nl I a few weeks before the to- AI
.. August 2nd 1416 igKer i n Quality
c + STAND ALl Ttt7ee-wwTM. A. E. UHOUOHT.! According to a ]lecture delivered by matoes ripen, because it will cause ways
'I'Io Ar. Fra<4l had. 'Tlrvnlaod rtbrtJle..f .= m 6 mo AdmlnlatratorM F:. II. Kellards state geologist] to the spotting{ which is discriminated /tit : lRESULTS
j. '.. : Op. LlOHTNIJ'iO MMtKJCfMOOK *N1'I-;H'H t\l.": Citrus Seminar at the University of I against( in the market. For the last TELL. Ask any customer about

\ tk..alr rot to _d that ... h* dn_ wtth .11. In hereby Kl\in that Taller FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
..air, Ifarviilr thlnn 1 li\ \litut of a Final p.II ..I., rrn- supplied with limestone. Mr. Sellards tion of copper carbonate Use 5ounces
=. es .E k..u.. tk.j .." "y II.. Honorable Jame" W I'cr-
.... "r e.a rot ".. JIII... or the ('Inuit 1 011'\\ IIr the discussed the various limestones of of the copper carbonate to They know and can testily as to THEIR

S -..' tar DI_......... ". Srd Judicial dRY or ('hr O"toh'r... cult .r A Florlda I,) I 1915. .n. the stale and showed by maps the three pints of ammonia in 50 gallonsof QUALITY THEIR SOLUBUJTY. LASTING

II Inu11.' .ir.ling\ I" II" l'iri uit "l'uut. ]location of the important deposils : water.
I HoRioAMnAL :< ."Ih Judi.iui, ( 'Ir.ult III and fur QUALITIES and GENERAL ADAPTABILITYto
ti 1 'mV! assn 1V.11t _.. / .....lIn '..,,,,,1l".r:< 11.1. 101". III The largest Deposit is the Ocala:
. "h.\\ J. l61llla. I. the
e ' mull. wed Fr.klu. Su111 h' which outcrops at various places over )(OT.TIOTilE): : ONLY EFFECTIVE FLORIDA SOILS

iii t=1latl> : Elm., et 01, are th.: It.spoud.:; ':ule: the central western portion of the CONTROL OF ROOT KNOT '
'Ili "'1..1 M..II.I" In 1",1.\ I II N Vtctal Formula tor AU Florida Crop'
llu naiiit 1.\\IIIK IIll. hlh din I, of state Other deposits are the Van] I -
...nlber. I I.). 1U15! \\lIhlll I. gal
Ask Your '. .if null III Ih.. font .11111511. .r the -,-- With the exception of the flooded WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS

"' I M IIIHl III KlHHillllll, .. .. Ilsrn111 \i rr.agl; IHK f tin '. ntH ( I Kiel I Florida, one of the main tomato troubles 1
"\ '\ hloilila. I will ofTir fit Mile ,151,0 uiiiii| ; all I fh I linilH nltiiatitl \% 111i': :,
,lllll, ""I."f 1 bill fill .salt . root knot. to Dr. AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS INSECTICIDES r
till lllkhtHt I ( III, 5.5 III hat 11.1 fill till, Mill I'll :.. mill is According ,
publlt oultrthi' roll" lug lialInl sills. Mllll' I ,U'h I if. > Ml ale, h..I"I IMIIlllnl .- I
| I I.. a It Ih.glo "f 15 ... ,, 145; dint UK' I,nifoimci.aki' lux C". D. Sherlmkoff of the University of
:Nalth. end, Ilua' 6 fret. Neal if Ihr Hook 1 anal saillg, Hill.1 I.s IX. hiss I III. IIi Florida Experiment Station, the onlyetTtitne
I : :< E..f i'on11.11..r fI.).. :-;., fl-I..I) l ; '11I1'10.,1 l\ llu. Sri tl'lilIs" of t tli*. H.i hi' I
," of. thl. ""ulh-I..I yulil.l) or 11",00"i l ,laid i, I IIIIH I IM, "i'n nppru51d| ) 1111.1,, ] n"i p control $hieh is known is '5l INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER Co,
. his" H. '1'"" 1151111.. 26, Suulh' 1 1langr( (1'1.1,1 l l\ III," Miud! Mould. mil. will ,I., ru$
1..1. IIi TI' ;.ullh" lu II""h: II". ,,1"11.1, to till' T I nx < ',,11"0/t ..I 5,5111Iiun15 \ crop rotation Some relief may be Ja-cksonvi le| PI a.
fit II". Mulllh-1aat:< 1 ; 1)11.) . I I t if. 'tlu' . nu ul.i I hl. .futr tin' I 1st oJl"r I by glowing for several ,
I I = 111, I,:aal 'yuutir" or ..01,1, a..011..r. \".\ ..'uilii I'ii'. Lint, t fhaf I II" I'nlf.lul I I i ,, Thad I years 1
th'n1t . W. at, 10 fh. I IU"I .III. or \\.1\ Iif .\1.i .ik.. 'I 1' ix lipoid. Itnuk. ,'I. .lain I .KIh 'plants which are resistant to the diseuse. _
\11.,11.,, ,'uual 1.1" 1 Iii" I It....., ,.. Hen of said tux. w 111 I h.s. 111..1 I ill Ito, .
IU -;"" hiss ..,. II ..I 1..I.n u I br .alol l lift,. i..r tin i "I. 1 1k of tin I 1"1' c '"u'l But this method, as well as
III 01,' 15 ,5 '0" point' \ .iu.. .. ," a1 .I,' ''h. ..f f fill. H" I 1"r 1 ,, uan I oi 1., oil II. planting, tomatoes\ new land wouldbe fly't t
'" ."I .h..ginlnug Ili. 0' "' I I.;nnl 10 I Ili. 1.1,1. the. Hull' I tat sins, of. NllMllllll: ,, r. I
Best LW Every ,,' "r I.. I.nluug, I ...,tnluiug ::11. u" ,trx 1 I9IS: 1 of no avail if plants were transplanted -
l I I. Ml. lu. MI1tlnfs 0 "Ui e 1.l- I I'i lift' iinl'Ih itlon "llrtnlii | I | :
a . i .. sits ,51515. '\111. 11'1 111.1. : ( CM It t <.? nl) .1:I !' ::111'rt'I .itilr.I.l l t ;::I:I to the field from diseased MaylumberCo. i

(1..1.. I1hr cult'uult t I seedbeds The .seedbed is of the
.x111'I one
till.., 27th d.., of Url.b.l.. 1 I 4t I 21 111 ,.end,, 'I'"'lllll\ F""! Mill
ORDER YOUR COPT OK 'I '' 1.. i common sources of in infection Wholesale and Retail Dealer In .
Kl.OHIUA ANNUAL now STII-I.I.I-I': ; .1 ii\it rk.I\"r In the Irrult loon, "......'10 Judicial ,
that you will Bet one The i ( \111(15! :< & ] |:] :s.p, ., iii| | .;; Irriilt In ...01 for OMrfolii 4uunf>. By all means see that the young ,
,4 ba a comprehensive i '."d"III.t' :SolltltorH< 41- 41 Florid.. I plants nre free from the trouble.
f, 100 or more pair**. 9x12 -- YELLOW PINE LUMBER
cover Naisau, Uuval. Clay l : 1'rlt": Hlntutorr Irtlom of Adoption ol m i'hlldI'rllllnn i Make the seedbed on new land or on .
OK of Kr "' '
Putnam Volucla. -d .1..1011. red Kfr -
Brevard, O.o.ola. St. Lucle, ,' nt I mHortm( Acreage Tmtt of t'JtperHI. "Mrl..UK kiln. his \\ lf.. land which is known to be uninfected
: I>ad. and Monroe: countlaa. 1 Jokes ralBave. l>l.lrle.. Tl ) ALl, 'NNHOM IT MAY CONCERN If such land is not available or if the Shingles and Laths'
l i the r..o..c.. .. of each lli II known that on the t2 day of
kind of land.. ,. im hereby given to all per Novc-mlur.. A. l). 1916. we will apply to grower is not sure it would certainlypay I
and Interested In the following cle-. the Honorable James W IVrklna, HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY l
rid .or :s.W"m / sterilize the soil be !
r of sports .. lands In the County of Oslcola. Judge of the Circuit Court for the to to occu- :
and much valuable the State of Florida vis. Seventh: Judicial Circuit of the' Stale of pied by the bed thoroughly with car- r .
q winter residents tourists, The East half of Township Z6 Florida fur the lexalliatlon of the AD we nk islet; .* figure OB your estimate :,: I
and Florida farm and Range 34 East; the Kast adoption of Wlllte Mae Khlnea, a child bon bisulfide Punch holes one foot f1;
order with .. of Township 26 South. llanare In the of I '
k i Bend rour today now rraldlnc City Klaalmmev Cowteou Attention and Prompt Delivery .I .
tampe or coin for each East; the East half of Town- Oaceola County, Florida. deep at Intervals of 18 inches. Pouran ? .j.jI
t* to Pr doien: special :: t 17 South, Range 14 East ; the Dated this the list day of October of the bisulfide into each "
quant ti.a I The Annual : Fast: half of Township 28 SouthRanVe A. D.1815. ounce }r
rt about November 1. Itlf >4 East FRED M..LAUOHLIN.a..d and close the hole! immediately.This : .I Phone 21 Kissimmee J Ha : l
.i<\'. .d _o.. wlU be carefully "; In the Upper 8t. John Drain KFFE Mot.AUaHL.IN. :
.4' e a. the Annual U ready for District. that the Board of Super- hla Wife. method U efficient in the seedbed '

't\ Addrees East Florida ; of said district levied on the Van. Agnew k. Crawford but it i* too expensive for the'I .. "tJI.'A ... <'JA ... 'A ... ;, '4' S'ATM AuBUStlne., Fla. day of 8ptember. 118. a Uniform Counsel for Petitioner 44-4t . .
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r ;ft J1 OCTOHK 2*..IMS. 'r '!'; : ., :T HI >KI $ SIM )H E E YALE E T G A Z E T T E '! .. .'_.,J., ......, ... ;'.". '.:

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;{" i 1 -. .. ,-- ,. -v. I ing mlst-nand lh*" deep-v.h ett bay".of, .

.j C&LIFORNIASurrounded'M'It .. '" '- UM dogs;,on ,the ,distant, ridga. ,;>?;,$& "t '

L'ib4 V6.', ., L. : There's the' shrilL', wild call;, of thftcaan "

4 "Tr p'alldFi -.the ''rustle of leaves' and,til*. t 1
." '". ..! > Chery t '
: the
I ,j I I.y. thousand mysterious voices of forest 1
,; ; 'U "by the'warm" their: ;'.assertion r that' ''Florida' ram,' I ,< , it all blended into one sweet, soothIng a pa

I t waters.of., th. Gulf_ of Mexico on th. men"are.. If' anything, more enjoyablethan points'. ... ...................... ............................. ................................... ........T..T..TT . .... .y............ ............ note of harmony> It's the life my'',''';
,I 'west'and ottter seasons of the year. CooJ ; I boy!;( And'as'you' fcatcheth 'sound ,of ; '1'
,the Gulf'Stream PROMISE OF A BIG shown by the increased Dumber of !
Ing breezes, that constantly' blow' bacon a-sixxling (te the"pan'anct: ,! thei, 1'1 .y ? ,

p' fide, Florida la assured of an i across Florida/// from ocean to gulf,j I GAME SEASON ducks that have appeared on the odor of coffee'touches .7Uor''Doatril -- <>I1''' tai ,

i. ,. equable' climate and ''one 'that li a.1 make even the July and August days scene. In fact, the bays and marshesin then you're sure. 'of, your'appetite, .. '' "

7;1; ;tgood'u can be found elsewhere In the more pleasant than they are through English Hot Croc Bun. Early Evidence Points to an Abun-' some sections, are liberally! black and doubly primed for theday-of" '( ,,''I''.;;J

. .' Tbt 'foUowinif recipe while claiming dance of Good Shotoing. with them During the last few week sport ahead., |" MI doh
;, whole world, if not better. It has no the 'northern and central states at "
to no supernatural the writer has. -seen innumerable flocks 'l ''"
possess absolutely
found in California that time. thermometer .
7 high mountains, as are rarely "
' properties, nevertheless' is guaranteedto Enter the shooting season! Alreadythe of these timid game birds flitting \.,:::_
d from which cold blasts sweep registers above the nineties! and heat !.'"
I turn out of the oven delicious hot pilgrimage of Nimrod'S hosts has across the sky. ....,.,,- ., ,
4 Q, r down, chilling the atmosphere andcanning : prostrations are unknown. I . .
cross buna. They not only will be the
Timetables in demand.
t a sudden drop in temperature1of Just to compare the average temperature coated hot aud'delicloua begun. are From some, of the states where the ;: 'I
original sugar '
and hunter's kits r I '
:t p from 20 to 40 degrees In. a few of different sections, the following cross bun. but 'will also contain "sugar Gun cases are deer season i is open comes wonderful MR. INVESTOR 4'1'e. .q\ ; ...
much in evidence in and about the "
rS hours after the sun goes down. Dur- table, which was taken from II and spice and everything nice. It Is tales of shooting, and the few exhibits .
railroad Tales of the woods I Buy properties now while prices ::
summer depots. that have come under notice have t \
n'4l\ Jng the the Florida nights the United States Weather Bureau re- Important however, that the recipe be are at their lowest. '

; ,;':?', .are cool and pleasant, according to ports for the last 15 years is submitted most carefully followed. the fields though meadows are per- borne antlers well fit for the ornamentation Lots $5 cash and $5 per month.: ,t! 'I- we ?

.f old resldenters, who are unanimous in'' : Scald one cupful of milk, add to It colating the atmosphere. of any den, to say nothingof 5 and 10 acre tracts |lO cash and ''
:.. bait a teaspoonful of salt and beat to- The big hunter has shouldered the well nourished, well rounded $5 per month. V

gether until! !IJsUt\ one egg and one tablespoonful his trusty rifle, packed his kit and carcasses that give promise of as A 5-room plastered house, lot COx ;'
.. a
a: .
III> 4 I... of sugar and add to the is the trail of his with vis- 150 ft., deep well. Small cash pay
.. on
I: "L .CM e L 74 ': LE7 :: : E quarry juicy a piece of venison aa has ever .
milk. When lukewarm add ment balance like rent .
; .Ez E.z ;;z f; ; z n qunrtel ions of wondrous trophies flitting be- tickled the- palate of an epicure. I ,
r b4 t4 '' .. .. M.. io. '" of a cupful of yeast or'a quarter of a A 6-room bungalow lot 100x140 ft, I'
5 CM fore his While at home
\ e. eyes. near Truly, the next few weeks should deep well. Price and terms right.
1 Yt 'sco .b'. ms .ei..l i .me .a..x. .ma. .CD... cake of compressed ;yeast Bent thoroughly thousands of inveterate shooters are prove a boon to the disciple of the ''k
"' and set to rise until light. Then .
1-;, fe fa fa fa fa fE fa f ;- their favorite and
44 s.e 4- s.4 44 .4 44 4b add enough flour tq make a stiff dough. fondling shotguns Great Outdoors-the forests-the .
!j ) ,i.
1 <: <: d: -< -0-0: : -< < Knead with tbe bands for fifteen lulliintea. eagerly waiting the test of their fields-the' meadows and the marshes. '
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J>\ Southern Italy ______u ______ 47.3 57.3 73.7 61.9 60 85 20 220 Set again to rise until light markmanship on numbers of smaller In our roseate dreams of things-as- 608 Penfield St., S. Klsstmmee. "' ..\ ;.

(,- Los Angeles, CaL____________ 62.0 60.0 70.0 65.0 62 109 28 260 then add a quarter of a cupful of butter game. they-ougi\t-to-be; there's a vision of Also City Properties, Farms and, I j '

:i Sacramento Cal. _____________ 48.0 60.0 75.0 61.0 61 100 29 238 softened half a cupful of currants "Brer" Rabbit is frisking about in autumn leaves-the odor of fir and Timber Lands for salo and exchangee-1:,. "k 'I', ;

'!' Lee county, Florida __________ 64.0 72.0 81.0 76.0 73 88 54 279 a aaltspoonful of nutmeg and -Bait- the meadows and scrubwood. The hemlock-a lake with the uunushine ,I' r''r r
.k .. spoonful of cinnamon. Let rise again. the .
whir of quail sounds a welcomenote just breaking: through the early I L ;
}:" \ As shown by the table, Lee county, ermen have been known to make a Shape Into small round cakes put close I in the brush. ThiQ lines of wild J. ;1

the west coast of Florida (Is haul of of edible together In a pan cover and set to rise. _
single 25,000
on warmer pounds ducks wend their toward --------
I, in winter and next to Southern fish. Florida waters are the home of When light bake In a moderate oven. the marshes and orderly flight and I ;oooooooo oooooooo.o..o.. oot o..o.o... as:
bays, ev
Glaze with sugar and milk or white of ,0I
Italy, which has an average winter the tarpon, the king of all fish
game ; to worth
egg beaten stiff wltb augar. Just before ery sign points a season Ir
!. temperature of 47.3 degrees against Spanish mackerel, trout, jewfish, ro- placing In tbe oven take a shun while. H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY 'f "If 1
...,. Florida's 64 degrees, has the lowest vailliar, sheepshead, red I I ,_ ,,,., L'
snapper knife and cut two deep gushes like a And there is every reason! to be- pu II'

average high temperature of 88 de- bass and other varieties. Many sec- cross on top of each. lieve that this will be the best season ,

grace, being: only 3 degrees above tions of Florida also offer to the hunter ever. Thanks to the efforts of the advocates I "ThfLmndof M. ; 1 1I tI

Southern Italy and 21 degrees lower unlimited opportunities. Its virgin Somt CofTM"' Pointer. of game conservation and FLORIDA.R..JI" 0.1._<1 Tkmm Any EnehmnlmmI.O,hT Sf.'. in Bfiiig|A. I/film r ' 'ties! L; I \n

than (Los Angeles. Lee county is used forests and millions of acres of un- Not long ago there was publlsbed acoffee propagation nature has been given a I 1 ;.

only because the figures quoted are cultivated land are inhabited by the making recipe which sold "Fol- chance to partially replenish her re- c +(
low directions for making which
available for the 15 years from a recent black bear, wild turkey and deer, with ., '
company each style of coffeepot"This serve. .. Ii
; publication about that county. large quantities of quail, squirrel, rab- Is good advice and necessary for The Weeks-McLean bill has also BREAKER & BARCLAY .i i

Those who do pot like quite so higha bits, opossum, wildcats, alligators, etc. all but boiled coffee! and people regard been a factor. Due to its influence '. ht '

temperature the year around can Florida also has the advantage over ful of bealtb do not make boiled' coffee.! and a tendency of good sportsmanshipon Real Estate and Insurance .. r !

find in the northern part of the state, California in its nearness to the large (The aroma, tbe flavor the cheer of the part of many hunters to forego 1 J''
cities and markets of the coffee! are very dear to tbousouds of Fla. I
East and all knds of Kiuimmet
higher up on the Gulf coast, as well spring shooting, game 4x
Middle West. It is only about 36 to people at tbe breakfast bour. From ;
as along the east coast, sections have been multiplying rapidly.One 'Yo'1
f. where the 48 hours distant from New York or the true safety drat standpoint, wblcb of the best evidences of this is ,."., 1.._. i.-:: \."
temperature several -
averages means at the railroad creasing that you crh pt..t, .. .
while California ,
Chicago, is a five or
. degrees cooler. It should be remembered may cross nine times wltbout Injury. 4..m.. c__ k
, I that the state of Florida six-day journey from the East across but the tenth you lose your life perhaps V Tr6'I. f, ".j

extend southward from Jacksonville the continent. This nearness to the no one should drink coffee.! The J. M. COOPER perk c.J.....,..f--I.

.1 about 400 miles or more, with the ex- center. of the thickly populated districts strength of tbe bablt of coffee! drinking

.r} treme lower part of the peninsula of the United State. makes la an argument against It. No human oo..o..o..oo..o..oo..oo...... ,... a I If

having an almost tropical tempera- Florida an ideal resting-place for the being who prisee Us self control will k

tired business man who needs a few allow any habt t9 d nxjnat* him and ....H ' .
ture. Indeed, a very wide range of :'HO':: :::: :: :::::: '\,
weeks' vacation during the strenuous bad food habits often have a* fatal re- """H" "' .
be found in the
" temperature can state as real vice But millions drink li

.... At Miami for instance, the winter winter season not to mention the code! all their live. com of which I ...
'. temperature is much higher than at enormous advantage it gives to the arc long I 1

Daytona. Some people prefer the fullHammer other vegetable and fruit shipper over all It Is easy now to vet tbe circular > 9 : ,,:.'

warmth in winter of the MIami sections. coffee! roasters, but not ao easy aa formerly r

and Key West section. Some pre- The following figures have been to get the (nest green coffee! to Security and Service :

fer the somewhat cooler but equallybright tabulated to show the distances from roast In them and grind while hot -....

.t and sunny air of the Daytona the country's principal cities to a cen- Tbere flavor by la great Ibis method.economy of aroma and Now is the Shooter's TimeThe ,. ; I
tral !in FloridaKissimmeeand
region. With practically each 50 miles point 10 1 S

.:. traveled southward in Florida one en- Los Angeles, Ca L, : hunting season is here, and the ... I t"
respectively The Citizen Bank of KUslmme .
; P Cafe au La it. call of the wood, the fields and the s
counters a slightly warmer belt. Thus TO Difference A large part of. tbe cosmopolitan marshe is not to be denied. affords its depositor the Security and ._ \ 6

1' within the state there is offered a variety Kli.lm-/'t/V Loa An.-.. of I" favor Floral world drink tbe French "cafe au felt" Get Ready! See that your scattergun Service which make it desirable, -

(t of climates from the temperate : mee I!.. June" Ida or coffee! made with milk. In lunchrooms is oiled and eaiy. Get a few a depositary,and a well chosen banking ' .,
1-; $' ,:j", and semi-tropical to the almost tropical Boston u__ __1390 3235 1945* this la called Boston coffee! and hundred shot practice at the gun club 1 connection. t
: / In many canes la made probably with to ensure success in the field. Accounts '
New York____1160 3145 1985 subject to check. are', cor.,
about bait water and bait milk and I. Get shell loaded with the powder '
,.t 1': 'Florida hat a greater percentage Philadelphia ..1069 3054 1985 often with The .that win dially Invited. ,. ..:y yL .
served cream.
essential -
r'V:" -of.clear; days than is enjoyed by either Baltimore __...972 3014 2042 utensil outside of some good enameled .
\ .:< Southern Italy or California. It has .
I., Washington .- 932 2974 2042 vessel' Is tbe asbestos mat. Not LJ ,

no earthquakes to wreck and ruin. Richmond ____ 802 2813 2011 for one minute must the milk and coffee SHOTGUN POWDERSDupont 1

Its mild and equable temperature of- Cincinnati __n 977 2421 1444 be allowed over tbe straight Ore- . '

era what many believe to be the Cleveland __. f221 2574 1353 nay not for a second. Take the usual tt Balllstlt a Sehultza L-; '"k <,, ,ttI

climate in the allowance of coffee! >- Du PontBI, ckSMtlng' Powder :
greatest health-giving Detroit ______ 1238 2511 1273 per cup many people '"'I, .
world. Such a climate is a Heaven-' Indianapolis _.1064 2295 1231 I take a very large tablespoon but Each has its good points--each has ''t)

given blessing to the invalid or persons Pittsburg ____1234 2701 1467 some use a small one-add a cup of its friends and all 'are bound to >fet:

recuperating from serious lilnes's. Chicago __ _'_1261 2260 999 cold milk for eacb person, putting in a desired results if your aim is ritsht.: ,. I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I I
little fret and wetting the coffee! thoroughly Loaded in standard sheik or in bulkat i
; Thousands of people, now residents Kansas City _1426 1807' 381
then set over the asbestos mat your dealer's. Wriu Jar booklet.
I, of Florida are now living examples Omaha _____.1640 1906 366 I with small Ore under and slowly >

: of ,tits invigorating climate. St. Paul-_____1655 2308 653 raise a Just to the boiling point very stirring E. I. Du Pont Di Nioours & Company DIRECTORS:

Many who had pulmonary trouble will once or twice If the coffee! Is all .- Wlunlngton, Delaware ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON : I' 7
But Florida's greatness is not alone a
tell you that they came to Florida 10, measured .by its semi-tropical charm on top as It should not be. Strain Intoa c F. W. HILL J. K. BILLIARD I A. W. CUSTUS :1 ,

16, or 20 years ago after their doo- hot pot for serving. Add a little ,
and the ideal living conditions -- --- ---- .
tors had pronounced them incurable encoun- cream to each cup to glv*> food value.

and predicted that they,o'Uld not live' tered. It offers limitless advantagesfor 1fCALLS NE 4'\ 1 I ,,,,"-:
agricultural and other material Delicious Potato Rolls. :) :

: longer than well a and few months. Today 1 development. Florida, which is the Tak. on. cupful of flour ODe cupful ErJ: [::::,:: :::::::,Ci.t"n':: : I .
they are strong, and have GGf 441tNti.
I largest state east of the Mississippiriver of warm mashed potatoes. thre - \ r
been for their
doing l 1
years aceu.tomI fourths capful of lard one cupful of
I has only one-tenth of its 35-
ed work. Thousands of people, not 000,000 acres of land under cultiva- scalded milk two wall beaten eggs, C. A. CARsoN Pi* dent N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. '1'

only those seeking health and rest, one-half cupful of sugar one-half teaspoonful -
but those''' In search of pleasure andwealth tion. Practically all the crops that of salt one cake of compressed

i ,, spend their winters in Florida, bring a high price per acre, such as yeast and one-half cupful of Inks* The Waters & Carson y

enjoying Its wonderful climate andengaging potatoes, fruits, vegetables, tobacco, warm water. Mix the lard with the n

in business activities at corn, hay, sugar cane, peanuts, and potatoes, flour sugar and alt Add M
; a even cotton, may be produced abund- the eggs well beaten, aid the milk and
time when the North and West Women Tell Why They
arecovered antly in Florida. It is not uncommonto yeast cake dissolved In the water. 8t
l.ti- with snow and ice. Instead oft Lore This Magazine Grocery CompanyWholesale
hear of farmers making from $500 to rise for two boprs. then add six: cup-
.baN fields and leafless "From Fuhion to Flctlon.'t' !I. Su-
trees and Ice
fnls of flour and let rls for jme and York.
\ to 1,000 an acre on celery and sometimes preme" writes Mrs. J. H., ol New
f, ,.,andthawing mud, one looks upon one-bait hours. Knead roll out and -of .11 1 b..* erer I.IMB r /
j .1) stately palms of almost as much on potatoes to- cut with a biscuit cutter. Fold over. read, I Ilk*"t.ltt, -M bert...." write. Mr.. V.- and Retail Dealer in '. '
gardens roses, capef matoes and other Citrus w of ('.1I1urn''" --It ,hu .b, IM'pI'al.e' ,, ., .
vegetables. liulil clean
F .'. jessamines, hibiscus, trailing bougaln- like Parker house rolls. Lay on a buttered .:ud/;I'o MUevetMitu.. son oMn.nlent good fir lo h"o) !"Th..eciMid .
fruits l also are revenue-producers. In 1 reefed. ..r.4. In* '.
tin and let rise for opy JJJJrJJSwrlS.1
baking on* {
I "-villaea' and other beautiful flowers in : ID par for a years' GROCERIES '
"! the southern part of Florida mangoesand and one-half hours. Bak In a hot M,. A. J of Tean lff anuot till r.'
'tropical .... ." .,...
r/ : profusion, groves of ..ID a a.
/ orangeS .. .. ..
avocado or alligator pears and oven for twenty minutes. I 1 ha. latest ) A 4'$
:) ; and' grapefruit trees in Bloom, with &u"A"I"!> .Ins I .u I8''oct and my
many other tropical fruits extensively her tuok It 'or y..r. before and do*, now
are i rant' 'I'
',,_. (,:'Jtheir' delicious: fragrance permeating grown. THICK GLOSSY HAIR 1 m to. It orlielp'for ,rrerr I 'n.le.rn..... ray, .new l>uid dt.h.., I < t

f i .the'I.atmo.phere and borne on the FREE FROM DANDRUFF "nu mot h.n snlten th.t from MrC.ALI/8 I
+';'breeta In other lines Florida has also de- .nJ lie I. I could not do without IL"A 1 + + + + + + + + + + +
pw for, miles, prosperous pineapple Receni .. F..UArtUrJr. {.*ff Tan .
veloped very rapidly. Many millionsof 5liiiwi Tt Otker F.....ipifai 0 J
HM *
e ;:>,fields .and thousands of acres ofvegetables feet of lumber Girls! Try it! Hair gets soft, fluffy and I .m .In my TOtn ,.or rat rtlll/ ropportInl WE SELL: +
'v are shipped annuallyand 1 Ilk.' Mrt'ALI/H It.. Lest l and
and small
fruits of +
i beautiful-Get a 25 cent bottleOf Lein Ar.esm.htl. .Inn' I .u 2t "
" kinds. millions tons of phosphate rock wrll'J. )l,. 11 l .. J..ul fnnne.''..... 'Tro'mII. HAY
i5 \ Danderine. tr.... and< Its simple' and .Inininlfe -
'.vWell' add to the value of Florida's exports.In lreuro.klns, .,..,,,. 1 .han ".n...' ,to dress my +
1 may Florida be called "the keeping with its development the If you care for heavy hair that glis- rurally n..U, .nd .tyllelily.. "' writes &lr. HM GRAIN '

'winter1 playground .of America." On state of Florida and its counties have tens with beauty and is radiant with fur( you.>.I Keiitudty twirl year but"O>ur two family pine. h.ynur. worked.....- !.II. 4 ;" r ;

+ I its)',spfendid beaches bathers disport built hundreds of miles of life; has an incomparable softness and 'ne"10m.iit.rtetl.dtNOm." write"', .nd Mln nervr n. uee of etberpaltertii
: ', f.themselves throughout the winter improved is fluffy and lustrous Danderine.Just .hut MrTAU/H' ant I npmr l lure" 0 ..t
highways; waterways have been deep- try .My trmil.te In l Kt'"1 n perfect I' 4 SHINGLES
..rillllr.. II. nf Indiana "Tlif' ra< t reliable -
; ;month and'the crowds at the resorts ened and and in one application doubles the 'lonk' on ,..1" "". Tour K.ncy-Work l
+, A:' i.\:. !''remind one of the 'good old summer ways the state is aiding, In the better many beauty of your hair, besides it immediately for f> .m.rtntent*." wren.h..Mr.arced f* of nlllte(>rf*.few. dollar ORANGE. e r'P

(. .time"fiand"; /,ull1me resorts ,of the ment of conditions for the benefit of dissolves every particle of Sa M../*.' TrW &*.rrl-lini.COMPANY Oat, 25 Ce>.. .
'r ; ':4,,;:.NortlC;: 'fThere\ is, a wide variety of mankind. dandruff. You can not have nice 7115 Addw-McCe.ll Bid. New York City. N.Y. +* ORANGE. WRAPS,

k l lk v}1 1 kpber.changing'iameiy, palm-bordered What California h> done in ma, heavy, healthy hair if ;you have FREE VEGETAIJLE
Drivers'and,.wonderful, .boulevard-like dandruff This destructive scurf robs Hample Cnnr of 'y
: terial development ought to be Mcril.LMAOAZrNiI ant 14-nms. "" ..drUer '
surpassed '
beaches,7: th' deJlgbtfal .. CRATE NAILS ,,
comfortable .
the hair of J it* lustre, Its strength and rm<.Pnera Cat.hWU"FRES on -
: ''plenty(of gaiety'rfor'thepleaaurswee ; its .very life, and if not overcome it wet Ifc-ok" with sow M.I.ia, and ta n. Iii 4.004444040 G;
better climate".nearne81 to the East Brabroldery' a.. Oss. TREK: for teat *..... + ;
.' ', >fing' tourist, ,There ate feverishness and 11M .. Olfwi to wif ,.
produce a itching of T. tlwah 'o'
a >I abundant ..
< and j.r."J.. "Chunk-Fund- *
A.h for
t '\ : motorist"and its beauVht loosen and die; then the hair fall out tcel: :r.,ti. tr'' MwMkmY Cl.bit 5.1w.oiFTA sad. Wi give special'attention to fitting out hunting and camping pattierl'rtFay t.. ,/
: Rivers"1nd'bajit'ang"' lakes make '''''' '' _w' :' iN;," fast ''Surely get ti 25- ent bottla of mameolh. s..a..d.ha1.1/.J. CA.n mm.W PRIZII.n4.OFYXIt.T. hundred.N delivery in city l limits.' -Thone No. )12J: r'J. ; ::, < .' It'}'

i'yt j t!..... and.boating' orrovnd'of; < pleat o'm.D' compose,27p; r Cenfcf'all.; Knowlton'. Danderin from any drug 'fIf u..cALIn84. "" Peas LJI'I/KM'ore N AW"'Y.IIoa8 ..W4tts. 0Ida.I. Wo. are county agents for good. fertilizer, :, Ak us for circular and pncia J.J.J

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; a ADVERTISED) : ; I.KTI KHS ,lflnl, 11'1111 I Hi. C.ll ,,",01. ..f I' \ '" V ,hula In. r, after be authorised or per- FOR SALE-Full-blooded Berkshire Am a former all-round newspaper
\ I I In rurpnnlltn. i shall IUIINtIlllt, :1\,1.I 115lh l, :J '11 H ]In IIK' Inn 1 (atllrc. and pls.| ufMllllll.iHM .lurid. 1 l I" law. and the enumeration ofxpinr ,"
Advertised lint for the two weeks I >i, <'iuult i of said i IIn11un.u, i > "I'| '' 141,1111 iH 111 f tl.e t: tOW. ?>f hIN-| ,powers recited herein shall Init boar pigs, ten weeks old; $5 to $8 printer. I am 50 years of age, bat: I
4 J the |INxunnc5 .f I.,'I Iin I I'.il'iit aIn4< I IIIIK | ellnnn' ' Ills < WStair of IiRrruln tinl I ." ,iiianti' .i. limit abridge or detract
., ending November 1. I'llr! > : 10 'lau ,.r I Fin: Ida:, :I'IJ: tin l untMMs mat; nom Ih' general powers conferred each. C. H. Funk Kissimmee. 43-3 active and energetic. W. H. Mc- { '

Bass, Henry T; Bronson, <>r tlilN t 'n' ,> ,- | IM. i .*i...111"1,1 1 in **a l 101 l town (.f i\ix.ll-: , upon| i iiporallons. by the laws of the Feeley, 110 Perry Street East, Savannah ,
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Klllnn Mull] 1.. \C. \ Snillli:" "CIIIIIIMI' ' % nrl, <. t'it'1.\ and, 01",1"< In 1 hi Stilt' Mult f I lorlda. eARTICL.B
Jr.; Covington Cralence; I Davin, Miss .\'I..i.. I 2 The g. n, ml I ".Ill I, i. dud .if I I't.uhl I and. In HIM "Ll
{ Florence Jelks Miss Rosa Lee Jackti l pt Iiu I Ins| |plat.! u f. lou I I''M. ,.r thin| ,1l i iIHillilliui I'nuin i ,. fi H Ih'o""h Much ..Ih...1.1 flu. .. HI I The ,amount of Capital Stock of this and wagon or automobile and give
t ; ; Khali l I" In III "'1' of KIM .
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#, son, Mrs. Albertha ; Jones, L. A.; Las- Hliiuni." .,.. fount" \ <.if uxu.t.1.l i. Stiilit' 1 ol 1 I h IIIIII l I.<, "]"*<'t HHH, r i \ or .tin\''nit'ntlt !.1 I(Itlu1o11,11.a 1 iitoiation,/ ;; .:: | Dollars shall be, divided Ten Thousand Into One or take difference: Box 247 City. FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway." I

I Iur Ida, 1 III "Kolllll 1l l llllKlOIH, nun .\ \ 'I'K'1-K 2. llunili.' ((100) shares of the par value 3B-tf 29 ft. .o. a.; converted cabin cat; 'f I
tea, Mrs.; Lancaster, Mrs. A. Q.; Hlllllhtlll, ) buulch llfllf. "H III' tllltt I 1'11\" ., Hfloiti 1 Flu. w' m'i al ""I"'"" of t In. MiniHH :.f''n' Hundred: ($10000)) Dollars each

Lovelace Miss Nita Mawifham C. Unit to linn IH. nlllh.. ilinli\ ,? ii.l. .hi.. i 0' IHJM! .IH. .HHHN. 11. b*. ti ariHiii tt ti l and' Nucl h, stork, Including; that subKit alto completeily equipped for cruising. !
; , : LOST Brass horn. Return to
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| 10 the' fuOd Pompon ) HhuJl IM M H rot.l lIuss 11hed lot by the subscribingIncor- Will sell at reasonable t:;
N F. of IhlH (111 pol'A t loll shah I li. alt r t\ linn,, I .. In very price.
A. Ward Jtufus b for ,
4 ; Siever ; ; KI poiatotH may paid curr..ncy.j' any member of the Kissimmee .
\ coin' '1'I o act t as imrt'nl. lirok*'r or alt"' ...-\ I In lalioi" services a See or write W. W. Saunders, 316 t :. ,
f Weaver, W.; Will C. A. .\rll,tole" 4 Thi .oniiil nitun of th,' I in furl, for nnp' < run. Jinn or rmponllnn . .' j' ...: \ ilitallon: to 1>e o.roc! y rtrheD- Concert Band and receive small reward ,
bllNflltHH Of IhlH rnl 1 1to Illi u.".loo shill 111 .. .hal11iv Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf _,
110(1d the J> and
B B Simpson P. M. f In buying.1 H< Hint Pledging i ulp, or by Directors
carl1 on the busim HH of Lout mil\ tsiull, Hlmll' ,b, insued and for '
nllug I I.i real 1 Mt a 11 and ,pi paid at Hui h
Hhoi inakiiHiiiMj ilinliiH and I., minti I plop I I Its, oi. Its "I"'o !lrx tIuSind. upon, such terms as the Himrdof .
faituii Iou Mill. linpoit" ixpoil' and ., NURSERY ,, TREES-Valencies. Pareon '
llllll III lloolN HllolM, llalllll 111,1 1 I'n'h To I I bus Hcll murtengc. .it t I"" I I.MI t t. H may determine Said ('HP.I WANTED One must be l
f NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD . \\1111 :Kau:t I k ma' lie Increased from timet mare, gentle (
l in Browns and
i i geode ,.r all KlnitH. I IIarlalug. :. \ arnlMh pais j xt'lian"< apt I phi i 1'w i 11 .1111| . Tangerines. Rough
the .
.,, ,, ill", ..f and drat) In real "ru'rl1" tun beond amount sta'edIn and cheap and not over eight
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Expels scrofulous humors from these I liathil'. lantH' hoot Mtutih, .,, ; M. L,nut- i 1"i ) ,,5" <'11] .nil unl"'I",1" I Inn.rIill 10 1,1111,1, i) I Ii I I tl 1Il..lIn..r provided by law old. O. O. McCabe. Kissimmee Lenjon Grapefruit stock /I
v and alter hoimt or Jilt ARTICLE 4. years -
laiUM butlon-hookH' Iii.-n. f ml IIIHTMItnikliH i I. Bassenxer Hammock Noreery
blood, which tau constipation, ma : and, all ;othii: aiiMHnliHHf ' )1.1.. .InmH. thereon. and to man n'. ,1.- Tile Corporation shall exist" per- Park. 44-tf from '?

', n laria, rheumatism sores; ulcers pimples ,\ ] > to lonillKt n MtOI 01 1414,1,94, fat s.1,1l 1 i and. improve real properly K< b- 1", tnilf, or until. dissolved I accordingIt :. for sale cheap by Henry W.Sm'th .
I I"U\IIK| Iud' selling at r'I..II. "in.n'n and i'i 111 11 xI 1 1.iw
etc. Get it at Osceola 1'harma )MN' ilothln fuinlnhlnu wo,.,'ln Ml" .i.s. I; 'I'l ? until., ,lake, and cat. i.\" on nnhunt, I ARTICLE 6 FOR SALE-Cheap, two sow pigs: ; Wauehnla, Fla., Route X P1 iti

i s to ,foflatM niiktUH. HhlltH MIINIM cy on a guarantee satisfy. hatN hoKlil j, ads' umbr. ", ..,,1u.h..lllk..n oi carried on. l Itsrnul 1111111 .>thirwlsH' provided hy the Board both with pigs of good breed and in I .5i o0

) l llaM. 'hnndki rchlefn. nitlfTlilH. hitlhrobiH I .. i a<'t.n-x. rnpitallsls. tirutdci.I i.... iud of i .1 lt i tots. ehaabe conducted b>' a condition must sell Ad- $
Even though the skirts may be HinoliliiK ajikitH isms' ','H. itml\ j." in"rnlly to In..lllul"( inter list,. carry f'r.ililint. a Vice-president a Secie- good ; soon. SALE--40 acres good land; 150 .J,
f allY nnd all other lln*B or iliiMH, H ofnifKhanillai to.. .insist i ,pioinoli. oi to lu"IIt-I"al. I III \ and\ a Treasurer and a Hoard dresA E., P., Gazette Office. 45-ltpd +
flounces upon flounces, the waists are l UNualU' handled.. In. Hi,, 'it II..M."IH 1"1.1 i out UM'('i'rial im.r..a lit Hiiiul '. ..r Inteitois' composed. of from three to orange and grapefruit trees, about:' Y:

almost in their simplicity. tnercantlli' bunlneMHArticle UKrial! and, ..II h*.r ImHtneHHi.' B. w oi KM fie ru, mbers the 'exact number of saidIfoild half bearing; 160 nursery trees;' 20>
t1 severe l R Xh,* amnnnt. of rnillalHtm I I.' ?nt' '''.1". iindi, taking H nml "I'| **i a to hi fixed nV the Mv-Lans. and FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse 'andW8&,0 $
.k of !JhlN ciirpornl., I ion shill I It*. lin ( ,ion,, N. to .101,111 I and nequh5. ,bv. puihasp i to In. alterable. within the limits stated one 2 cy. Buick in good acres cleared) horse and wagon, 2 !
VORKCMISIIIH: OF MOItrUAf.l1m .: 1 hounand. liollarH ili\llil, Into . t' or otherw lit faun < *HIHIHi | 'i'lu. ofllCe of Secretary and the office ''io '
11th hundred BhaliH of th.. pal \ ilui nm of i I'"ht... ,pa 11...1... pi.l\.tit.K,.H. "X.III"Iv,' ..r Treasurer may be held by the sameI condition good tires; must sell or head of cattle, 60 head of fine chic'\ !

\ Circuit (onrt for the Neienth Judicial One Iiuiidri-d: (1,1111.ails i :: : T.i In: nip: oi otli,,'i wine. a"lh..III.. .H. \iint.. I"k. I ..rHiin The Hoard of lllrt'clots maippiiiit \' trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. ens, 10 head of hogs. Price lteenQ.., ''f
IrrnK of Ik* Mlate et Klorftda Hal. stock of thin lornoratlon I niaIn I Hint. 'fI' t",iHim-KNO 01 finriwJit. Mtluiioi Such other .officer orttifentjtIIH \ .
fa) aad far tlMceolaj. (oMBty. I paid. fur In properly, laboi; ,! ,, services: 1 mil i 11..t. In ri"la t Ion there. ., and, topi In their judgment tna"1...... Box 221, Klsslmme 7tf hundred dollars. Apply to it N. 1 ,:\'l
/I" IN CIIANrKltl.Pat at a Just valuation. to h.1 'nx. di\ \ lhIneorporator..t ,, .form and fulfill the It i ni Mud i runeIIIIoue lid shall prescribe; for such officers 4Fla.
+t- 'e .....t... C'._.......* I a meeting called for ,\ t thereof. and to carry t hi' Mittm ai-intH" such powers. and, duties as FOR RENT Six modern 'cot Smith or John M. Lee, Kisstaupy '
t ... .. . ,.. I room '
.' that purpose tnt ffi rt and operate th.H'l' r > In their discretion seem proper K-2tpdf
J D.; M. <*.. ..* Dabble. .OBter, hieWife. Artule 6. 'The ii8lnei9H. and, ,prtldtntlal I \.10") I iud turn to amount. m..lntllin I or I" h. ,nntiual meeting of this a tage close in; $12 per month. E. ,
>e Hgas>..d...>.. HA'alrn Of this ,.01. poi ation. Mhall hi .*,11. and dlMpoH of and deiU with th. ; :, ihall: l e held"Vn; the sei ot-i"K: ::: : I K Wells. Real Estate and Insur ,'. V

conductedty beard l of dlr,. nit meI \ in lanuary..,gt each at ten
a < ors of k' '
"" ; ., NOTICE! OK IIA....t nut li HA than tlint 5.1401' mote than '1'I o carry on the general business of lie) o lock, A, Mi at 'hf h'rtl: ''' all ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn).
: "", ., Tb ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEHN : five | (utilractlnMT and coiiBtructton In all the officers' herein provided for shall
fF' ;)11.'II' > Notice la hereby given' that the un.f' I! Itraiuhen' To build ..erect promote. he elected bv the Board of Directors. STRAWBERRY PLANXS-Send 12.60
jcl.r.iK'n.d. .. Special. Master In ( hau- Article 7. The annual .milting of thestockholdera <.oiiHt rurt. provide acquire, repair Until the off1cers-'to be elected at theAnnual '
Ii cause will on the llule Day mhall he. 11..1 at the prinelpal i *"<|iilp. curry out maintain, develop Meetlna of the year II1R shallbe : for 1000./ Cabbage plants at $1X0. '
f .4"'I;t'n lieceinber, A. D. Kit, being the Slh Unit office of thin t "ipurohun' mi th.* linpro\, operate manatee, control qualified, the business of the Corporation Peach, plum, pear and cherry trees s .
";"*day of, the said month between the .Monday. In Juniiitx. of arh year I hake oIe buy sell, lease, lei It- shall be conducted by the at 10 to 16 cents each. John LiCht- NOTICEi;
at 10 AO clo! 'k A.
hours front of the o < J"H\ noon thereafter :
legal of Bale, in tense to use. work and dlapon of following officers}
.i i*Court House Door at Klssltnmee. <).- ..s practicable. at which meeting water, KH. electric and Ice plants and President. Eugene C. B/yan. foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn., 48-tf .
'N? ,, 'ceola County Florida, expose for sale there shall he lectd\ ly and (row | work-i. tunnels. brldgr***. vla 1utta, VIce-l'rcsldent A. H Bryan.Secretary ,'
and sail for cash to the highest and the stockholdern. a boaril of directors docks. wharves, pier, roads, way, rea1erolr and Treasurer. .Joshua L i
SALE-Two boats ona85x10.
I 1 .best bidder, .the following" mortgaged for the ensuing M-ar The board of aqueduct, water courses, canals Barber ; All Eat* have for
, dlr..ctors..p TJ.-/fJ shall meet imme 18 H. P. T. A M. ld yon
property i hydraulic work, factories. warehouaea Board of Directors': Eugene C: Bryan + ; one ,
Una Bulok, Fly* ,Passenger Automobile. diately folloiisVrfk Vhe adjournment of mllla and other works and A. H. Bryan)' .Joshua L. BarberARTICLE foot long, 4 H.. P. engine, will sell litl '.
such .
annual of .
J nveetlmc the .tock.holdera tab with
Model CB Frame No. ": and, to that' end to buys ; m or !can
and shalL/orKanlsfeibv electing from,I : .re.rp:: cheap; also one pair large mules.H. .
lalJlS, Engine No. llll tI\I.\ I own* : oi? real estate.To' This Corporation\ shall an. i t 41 ,
,The eale' will be at Public their ownlumber aTPresident. Vice.President adopt ap Thurman. 22-tf
said W. '
on or all as ,
carry any
,.and : ltlad.of
eroprjate seal shall salt:
adopt By.I.awa < .
,. In 'Tiecretary - Auction, and made pursuance of elected manufacturers, producers, merchant, for the government of Its affairs.not . . ,
jan order of vale .heretofore In but the same person may be .
granted and
: wholesale and retail importers axe inconsistenwith Its Charter and FOR SALE-Four-room cottage closein
a }' 1' thus cause by the Judge of this Court Secretary and Treasurer.Article porters generally without limitation the Laws of the State 5f Florida, a Mot r Boat you. with
K.he lot at
stockholders of a
'lea, $b.lIth. day of L>. 1115.* thl.eorpor.tlon as to the class of which large very ,
OctObePbA. Ity-Law. be altered
Khali the may amended.
at first
i,' 0r i \ chandise. and to: bargain. Small cash payment down
\ '. :As Special Master Chancery meetlna or as Boon thereafter a. pra.ctlcable. or repealed 4n the manner provided from $ down to
; adapt buy. na'IOn .650.00
adopt the cevsary by-laws prepare iinhtne In said BvLawsARTICLE. or would take good lot as part payment ,
V of In thin cave wise deal In any ( .
.'iD for the Koverninent of this co 7 balance hk rent. Owner Box
ed this 16lh day October A tion corpora thirties required In The blithest amount of Indebtednessto : $ 5.00. Will buy rent
? {
/ 6U t Incidental to such manufacture 247 85-tf
.. which this
a. Article t. The highest amount of Corporation may at anyone
Indebtedness. or liability to which this production time subject Itself shall not exceed -
.. ,JVOTIflll FUR corporation shall at any time be subject To do a general business .. o-nnits- double the amount of Its Capital WANTED-Man's bicycle, secondhand or sell row boat., Fishing:
/ Merchant. selling agent. and fac-
'r, ,, LBTTBHS PAT 1p NT AND IN- Tlon Stock / ,
he the sum of Ten Thousand
I !,.. .COHIOHATION."TO ; Dollars. under del credere commission In ARTICLE 8. ; must be cheap and in good repair and Parti
e manner and fife a same extents as Boating *. a
The and residences of
Article 111.) Until the fir lit election of names the
with coaster brake and good
natural could do.
LL WHOM IT MAYO CONPEU' persons subscribing Incorporators. together ,
f N toe Is hereby given > To plant grow and cultivate, tobacco with the amount of Capital\ Stock ,
< und of this corporation shall be conduct subscribed lamp; for cash. Address E. P., Ga- specialty
1 >-rsla-n.d will, on the lot dry' or !1'- *'d t by the following named o ran ices, sugar cane, coffee cotton I by each, are as follows .
S tutA ho ". persons citrus fruits and all l kinds of fruitsand Subscribed each zette Office. 45-ltpd ,
w.erno by
eetn W. A. Smith, President, Mrs: Incorporator personally -
tar t hin' <.f- : l.lllle C. Smith Vice-President. ; W. W vegetables: to carry on the business : ,
nee In the City Tallahas sot I l i or mining a and r- Eugene C. Bryan Klsslmmee. Flor '
f i. ( and Treasurer The R. G. CANOVA
1"Ul'id"'j mineral and metalto cut LOST Leather bill book containing .
(or Letters (Patent lucorpji .. said f'n,7fi adopt temporary by t't'd: ida Eight Shares -
: : deal In 1 lumber and to buy
f ,eolrec ease ir* A H. Bryan. Klsslmmee. Fla.. One cards
) our a. laws until the first annual meeting. of sell. Import and generally I deal Elk's card, personal and re* City Dock
into a body I 11111 id 'iihe i I the stockholders. export Share
K 1 '* of the W. A Smith Company Article 11. The names and residences tn all of the above f-ulta vegetables.marble. Joshua L. Barber. Klsslmmee. Fla, ceipts all bearing name of E. E. M
V"f W. also hereby declare un, I of the subscribers to these articles
1 !th.\.the following-. charter and articles of Incorporation, together with lumber: to establish operate and STATP!) OF FLORIDA ) Naugle. Reward if returned to
! oraUoot 1* a fulL tru. r Sid the number of shares of the capital conduct. hotel., stores. packlnl-hou.e., : ... Gazette office. tf
warehouses and sawmills
otmplete wllb Ich ; to enKagegenerally COUNTY OF OSCEdtLA 1
.. stock subscribed by each set oppositehis
. l- .. Is now or,oor.Y.l in the ofle* of the nVe- name, are as follows: In the business of a planter, TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
; "' ", Florida of State of the sail fi tat of W. A. Smith Klsslmmee. Florida. U.har. to* deal ln> buy* sell I acquire lease al I BE IT KNOWN; That before me. theunderslgned SOME of the best Strawberry plantsto
at the said Tallahassee. .. sub-let, rind Notary cPubllc In and for
e during the Ctll.of.rtrl. law for Mrs" Llllle C. Smith Klsslmmee, estate and to plan. i Improve and develop the State of Florldtt. having- seal and be had from anywhere) Klon- ---- -- : -
the publication'eol this .. Florida, I share. th same by the erection of duly authorised. undet the laws of said and Come andget. ,
houses or buildings' thereon' and to do dyke Missionary.
W. A. BMITH %v. W. Carson Klsslmmee Florida, State to administer oaths and take acknowledgment. -
MRS LILLIE C BMITH 1 such other lawful acts therein as maybe ., this day, personally them at $2.26 per thousand.
", 4 'W. yr CARSON. :NarwiTNBJ8* \vPEtUOF!: we have needful'' qr desirable in and about appeared Eugene C Bryan A. H Bryan Joe E. Johnston
: # hereunto set our. hands. this 18th day the said Improvement: or development aad Joshua L. Barber to me known Finocchario, West Vine Street, Kissimmee. ;
;i ARTICLES INCORPORATION thereof; to hold said Real Estate and and known to me to be the Individuate
Hi v. of October. |A. tX 116W X
to the glit 45-Upd-|
own purchase or
we. the undersigned hereby and by A. SMITH bull described In and who executed the
;, these articles of Incorporation associate MRS LILLIE C. SMITH. otherwise; to vessels\ maintain or acquire foregoingProposed Charter, who upon
ourselves together for the boat. or for the despatchand oath, 'acknowledged. each for himself 'tiet
,- purpose W. W. OARSON FOR SALE Modern 5-room bungalow
convenience of any of the businesses CITY ENGINEER
? of becoming- body politic and that he executed the foregoing; Proposed
f corporal .. STATE Of FLORIDA ) aforesaid Charter freely and voluntary for in complete order; opposite new
J t laws of the,Mite of plrlbr' datproovid ) ... To buy sell breed raise Import, expert the uses and purposes therein ..xpr....
lug for the formation management COUNTY OF O8CKOL.A! ) deaf and trade In Cattle and Livetock e4 postoffice. site. Will be sold at value : b1. ,A

I Usabilities and Immunities of corporations BB IT KNOWN: That before me of all kinds and to carry on a IN WITNESS WHBRBQF i have of the lot only. Rent for over
' .' fteneral live stock and agricultural
-It the provisions of which laws the undersigned Notary Public In andfor hereunto set ray tie-nd and official sealat Surveying and
,1 \\, are hereby accepted and .we hereby said County and State personally businessTo Klselmmee. In said State! and County 10 fa'> of price asked. Address 106 ,. )
y appeared W A Smith Mr.. Llllle C own operate, run and manage .on this the 21th day of October A. 4
Canning: Factory, and to own Rerl D. Itl15. South Vernon Ave. 45-ltpd H i.V i.
\; r Smith and W W. Carson to me wellknown Drafting
Estate. Buildings Structures and all
and known to to be the Individuals -
; the necessary machinery and appliances Notary Public. State of Florida
< named In and who subscribed for WORK WANTED-Position as proof*
running and operating a
( ) My Commission Expires s-ll-1
their names to the forearolna SSedtap "
; proposed
f Canning Factory for the of
purpose ," reader Ob-assistant editor. f e
charter, and ACKNOWLKDORD:: Canning and Preserving Fruit and ,
\ 't that they executed the same for the Vegetables of any and all kind., and
F purposes therein expressed all sorts of products of the Grove. OrChard '
v' WITNESS my hand and official seal Field. and Garden. and to owrfn

'i'. <( __ __ at! Klsslmmee.,. this Uth County LEE day: : JARRRL.U of and October.State aforesaid A. D.- I produce and Lands lands hold and and, by'Citrus Orove lease on Fruit which Lands or otherwise Lands from to raise which.Orchard farming such to I Want Ads. I CALOMEL IS MERCURY 'i1.SIcENS: I! '

Notary Public State at LaraMy .. .
articles. vegetables, fruit and Nursery
PI __ commission expires Sept. Stack of trees, with. which.. to grow and : "

VANS AONKW SSth 1619. produce vegetables fruit and other [i VELIKE DYNAMITE:
Attorney. for Incorporators 4S-4t and plants preserved and products; and, to to be deal sold in canned canned DWELLINGS for', apply to M. ACTS ON .

W. J. McCrackin goods of its own productand manufacture Tiller. : "! ',,,. ,, ' '1\\ J ,
:NOTICW: Ol APPLICATION1.KTTKHH FOR and to buy and sell all such can : \ ; _ I i i"Dodul's
j "
PATENT' AND IN ned goods generally, and to sell ,and FOR SALE)--Sinajyi. Iron safe, at the '" \"

t CORPORATION.TO "' dispose resulting of In all the by-products operation made of such and tiacette *>ffl .e...... .. tf Unr t..." Starts Ywr Unf 1'' Here' my l'Ia1'&IIt.e.-O' "fenv 4nu ir
; .
of P. ..
St. Neb. '
? Canning Factory and to do all things ; .. ...' tore and get a 50 eent. bottle of Do* 1

s IM gt WIN Be Her C0] M1IEREBYY. GIVEN.That necepsacy and proper In running and FOR KENT-Furnished' flaU. Apply t Better thai Catomd..Does.' ,son's Liver Tone.' .Take' J f

the undersigned will Florlda the' Governor operating such a Factory.To a( the Guettk rliee. ". it night'(and'If .U::d_'. etc.. ')'OG' :.J:!
of the State ,
of on the manufacture buy, sell or otherwise !' '
Beth day of November. A. n. 1116, for deal In all kinds of milk and +the FOR I SUinti ir Uito YM JlrtA: ; : right .up aad, make TOO ,feel' .a... ;: '1'':

1 + letters Patent, Incorporating' ; the products of milk; to produce, purchase SALE-Good fresh imlcb cow .., ?_, }t Ox. :rigorous by morning I wetback .. .. '
BRYAN REALTY COMPANY, underthe sell and deal In farm products of any yft ;. .,
I Saturday and calf See 3. T.Fansler.R..F.: 5 : 'to'the..toc<* and get' rr"t .
> following; proposed Charter, a copy kind and other food and the various ; \
of which. has been filed In.the of flee materials. entering isle or,1n, the production U. No.> 1. 1'-r; : -' : 8-tf ffited'to"meld I'I:, Wr..lok.ning ; Dodson's: Liver' Ten ,I. -....troy " f. ."
I. ' 1. of' the ,of;\sState. of: the Slate thereof, and to ?. Sftlivstinr ealontel wbeA bllloiui ale of alomel beeaaa U... '
.. $'. Secretary.. generally conduct '. T;**** ."I H .. of ; 'rea ... ; ,
... . ,:'1,." jcs '. of' Florida. i". ; : a. dairy businessIn'! I all .} Its onsUpatod. Doa't low;..' da". work medleiiMi entirely vegetable theMiaM Heaa t ....
Carlo f ,.. Ths) the; II day. otOctob.ti 1, Air t?. br nehes. w t' t FOR 12 ,pup double) ,barral .fj'
'; With : ; CalomelJi5 -aukksllrsrwnieh not salivate '' make 'I"
'JI IrlS**" *** "' *" To build buy. selL **il.X, 'operate, j ; mercury or, : you ,
.. r', ;1" .5 .. _g r -RtrrtKNia O.:> BRYAN and own steamboats. steamship, sailIng 'shot.;fun, ,.cheapalsob'newtr.. ;' : ;, Ge i causes neerosi' */oft banes I gvaraaU that ne ,

w '" "i if" a.4I16 ' 1. t, ',':A.JOSHUA'LN H BRYAN.' BARBER.PROPOSBD .. be .used s.In boats, business and ,Other trade property and navigation : to ..'J'F".Park'er",, .*,ijf., >"t.f': 1. ,tita45.2t:;:. Calomel; ''whe ;: j( '"'eotnes Iato. eontsct SOBI'S Llrer Tome will,, pu YaW .

with bile sraskes Jnto It brMkinaU work aDd eleaa,.
; ; : to'purchuy' ; j aour : llvwrvto> '1I f
tS es" :and: CHARTBRTV and lease' all" kinds of.vessels FOR, SALE OR/RENT?: ....A. ftY.'f'90DI pp;t This t* when )
,, !J, :" : and i boats, their apparel and 'and { ; lug. .. .x,. },{)'
ersjnplngIf are
: pauses faggmg
.ARYAN .:: COMPANY .' tackle,, harvest and ,wal bl1ncaloW.- ample #JJ" l. tu1'l 8hecL ; you TOW, ayatsmin !. j'
'i. ? i: <11'''. undersigned hereby associate) piers, and riparian lands. ,*. fflgptet_ 'Nelson'jReiltr'CoCfr: i ..t"l 45Stpdow !Kls v; ;ad ',;all ksioeke :,out,".: U your ,- ...IIDI..nlde.r.. 1 gYal'usjbottleyolaDo4Soa'LiverTI
: ; themselves together tor of ..In general to do and 'perform any rat ( '. linr' ,lf torpid aa4/>ow U'eoBstIps.t : K":
under 'tof 't\:
.,; Mules. becomingIncorporated laws or acts expedient or necessary to mecompllshj or )oall1&- headachedissJme; **, coated keep' .eaiire fsstny feel III!Uaas 1\ I.''Mp
1 the) State of Florida' and .under. the or further any -of the object WANTEIj .Tt, bui.i: : !;htA' ten rajichbredin __._ 06.... ..::I' . '
.,. i ir1 terms 0!, ,hip Pro o.ed Charter.. 1 d or powers herein mentioned, and to exercise tbvgne i if treat I* bad of stomaeh soar J..... ... .. twr '/:
i + -' AIJTICLJII .1.' :t:> Any, and all. .otUar< powers;which I. ,urpoee.; .' ,O.'.,P. Just.Jaketa'spoodalefbanhkwDodIoe'q J ..... ... ... :" ,;
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:- .. i. :The shame of this rpOr.tlon a co-partnership ? or natural '" I\ r. ., .
__ person UeCttM,1, Klsalaupee Prk.V: 444f Too*'Ga '. ''
shall-te L4Tg ', 11'j '" ;
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