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: November 5, 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: VID00723
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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Under the auspices of the AT "
4' Board of Trade another open air ,
COMMITTEES PLAN TO MEET meeting similar to those held a' + .


OKEECIIOBEE AND CARRY at the band stand on Broadway ;

VISITORS THROUGH EVERGLADES 4' tonight beginning at7:30o'clock. >\,
CANALS TO VISIT 4' Subjects pertaining to the ad. *



: KNOWN AS KISSIMMEE PRO for the entertainment of the Congressional ORLANDO ROAD SIXTY SESSIONS WEDNESDAY AT I. hope'that a large crowd will be SECURELY FASTENED BY ROPE

.,. DUCTS GROWERS AND WILL week for party the upon long-talked-about their arrival next trip DAYS BUT BOARD ALLOWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HERE '4'* out short to concert hear the by the speeches band. and a 4'* AND RAILROAD MUST MOVE ,

through the Kissimmee river to Lake .4' The Hon. C. A. Carson, Judge LOADING YARDS.

Okeechobee. 4' G. F. Kribbs and others will *

: TO INSPECTPACKAGES guests Those of who the will Kissimmee make the Board trip as of NO BRICK THEIR EXCUSE PROGRAM IS COMPLETE ** speak. v* COUNCIL ELECTS BRYAN \

Trade are: Congressmen S. M. Sparkman ,. . . . . . . . . .
I FrankClark and W. J. Sears, ,-nwJwwwn' -
U. S. Senator N. P. Bryan and Major '
LaDue, of the U. S. Army Engineering !: <
( simmee next Monday night or Tuesday MAY BE APPOINTED
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The

named to accompany the -
. Kissimmee Products Growers is the visitor. will be composed congressional of Because the Alabama Paving company district Young People's Christian AGRICULTURE ONE OF THE Directed against the stock loading 4

. new name adopted by the organization -I' Capt. Clay John.on, John M. Lee, declares it I. impossibleftto secure Endeavor Society will hold its MOST IMPORTANT POSTS OB pens of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad

formerly known as the Osceola W. B. Harris, C. A. Carson A. E. a sufficient supply of vitrified annual convention at the Presbyterian TAINABLE.A located at present within a
(' County Fruit and Truck; Growers As- Donegan and W. B. Crawford. brick to do the work within the present church here next Wednesday and stone's throw of Broadway, the city's

I' jociat! on. This new name was decided The distinguished visitors will be limits of their contract, the three- Thursday November 10th and 11th. dispatch to the Jacksonville principal business street, an ordinance :
at meeting of the association mile stretch of paving from the The first session will begin at 7:30
a city
/'. upon taken through the Kissimmee river Times-Union from Washington says: was passed by the city council:: t'
held at Uhe city council hall on route to Lake Okeechobee and the limits of Kissimmee to the Orange Wednesday evening. It is understood here today that at its session this week prohibiting

a call from President S. T. Fansler. needs of this waterway for county line will not be completed be- The district convention will be fortunate Representative W. J. Sears, Florida'snew the driving of cattle, horses, mules

; Some twenty-five or more membera ment work will be pointed govern-out to fore February lit The original con- this year in having in attend member of the Sixty-fourth congress and hogs through the streets of the

responded to the call and an enthusiastic them. Word has been received by tract with the paving company call- ance the state president and Karl may be placed on the committeeon city unless they are securely fastened

meeting was the result. Congressman Sears that both the Ft. ed for the completion of the contracton Lehmann, of Alabama, southern agriculture. This is one of the beat with ropes, leather or thongs and in ,

A lively debate resulted when the Lauderdale and Miami boards of or before January 1st, but the states secretary. Mr. Lehmann for assignments that could be given a charge of competent person.

subject of changing the name was trade have appointed committees to brick company asked an extension of five. years served as field secretary of member of the Florida delegation at The council took this action after

broached. A majority desired the make the trip by water from their time of sixty days. The board of the Colorado and New Mexico Chris- the present time because of the tremendous -considering the question for several

change, but there was a variance of home cities to Okeechobee, where they I county commissioners at the meetingheld ti,4n Endeavor Unions and during the strides in agricultural activIty week. and because the members rf

views as to the best name to select.: will meet the party from Kissimmee Monday refused to grant a sixty laSt six years has served as field secrefary which this state is now making. deemed it the best manner to bring s fl

The change was thought advisable and accompany them both to Miami day extension and reluctantly granteda of the United Society of Christian Next to the house committee on the question to an issue. Under this >

'!: since the old name was a misnomer. and Fort Lauderdale .through the thirty day extension with the provision Endeavor. In that capacity he has rivers and harbors of which Congressman ordinance, which will become effective ,

,/ The organisation is primarily on* of Everglade canals. that this extension will not spoken in every state in the union, in Sparkman is chairman, thaton December 1st, the stock owners would '

truck growers and those fruit growers The trip is expected to result in stand unless it is approved by the Canada and the West Indes.A agriculture probably ia if first Importance be unable to bring their stock into r

, who were members are now affiliated much good: for the Kissimmee river bonding company which furnished cordial invitation is extended to' to Florida.It the city for loading at the present '

4 with the Kissimmee Citrus route and the Federal bond for the contractors.The the Epworth League, B. Y. P. U. and will not be definitely known exactly pens and it will be necessary for' the

""-, Growers Association, a branch of the be asked to make governmentwill board told Messrs. T. B. Oillis- all church organization members, as what assignments are made urf- railroad company in order to accommodate -

!, Florida Citrus Exchange. Since a improvements in the appropriationsfor channel of pie and J. R. Copeland, representing well as others to come hear Mr. Leh- til the Democratic caucus just before the shipments to build new _
;. (Continued on 12.) (Continued on Page Twelve.) 1 Continued on pace 6) (Continued
1. page the the new begins, hut Chairman on Page Twelve.) ,
,, river so that traffic can be main ._ .. .. _. .J.. ... congress --_
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tained at all of Lever of the committee on agriculture -

4: :COUNTY NOT BRIDGING Metropolis Speaking says of seasons:the trip,the the year.Miami SHORT COURSE FOR CANNING CLUB ing over has'been the personnel her. some of its time membersto look. LEGAL POINT HAY" BE 1;.1 i1

J THE KISSIMMEE RIVER The present from Miami plan is meet to have the a committee con*- GIRLS ON NOVEMBER 16 17 AND '18 and With fill harbor existing the chairmanship vacancies. of the river RAISED UPON PAVING'

gressional delegation con.stiJof( committee and an agricultural ,01 '
.' County Commissioner Frank Walker Senator committee assignment Florida What promises to be a peculiar legal ' m
Bryan and Congressmen _-...... .----.---. -
of Bassenger reported this week Sears, Sparkman and Clark, at Lake should be well provided for in Addition point may be raised as the result

': that parties had begun 'work near Okeechobee, on the night of Novem Arrangements are rapidly beingcompleted slmmee want you to W their guests to place held by CongressmenClark of an old deed recently filed for* recordin '. ,

:" -Bassenger to build a bridge across the ber 10, or the morning of the 11th, for "short course" for canning during at time. s and Wilson. Mr. Sears In this Osceola county.; .* ;.

l.ii. Kisslmmee 'river. The parties in and bring the party on through the club girls to be held at the court The first two day's will be taken up place would have an excellent opportunity Attention was, called to't &;deed '- .h:: ,

\\'i" ', charge of the work circulated the reIj1.'port Everglades,, showing the worK need house here on November 16, 17 and with ''talks, demonstrations,, cookingand to look after' the proposed $2,- Informally; "discussion 'among ,. i '

/ freely that they were doing the ed and work done' in this section in 18. Miss Anne Bryan Carson, home sewing lessons, and a party. On 000,000 appropriation to fight the citrus members of the city 'council when ,,

;.. work in behalf of the county, and that connection with drainage. The'party demonstration agent fpr Osceola the 16th we will have the exhibit and canker. brought to their attention at the

the county commissioners would be will be the guests of Major W. B. county, has been busy for several contest. Each girl who sends in her meeting of that body on Monday::

responsible for the payof the labor- Ladue on the trip down the Kissim weeks planning this event. record book will get a prize. Please night. -
'I Miss Harris, in charge of demonstration FISHERMEN ARRESTED
ers and carpenters'employed. mee river, leaving Kissimmee Novem- notice carefully the last page of your The deed was made by A. J. Boothto
ber 9. work in Florida, Miss War- book and have it properly filled out his daughter and involves his
.. Mr. Walker took the matter with property
up c
Chairman Lesley by mail to makeRUI'e ren, Florida canning club agent, and and signed up. Do not fail to answer TWO PLEADED GUILTYDuring at the northeast corner of Main
1 Miss Wells, assistant in home eco- the in the back and Vine
that he in questions of the book. streets. The deed which was
right '
CANDIDATE GWYNN IN nomics, will also be here to take partin Write the filed for
' those: who asked him that the county the program. your answers on blank the week Sheriff Ingram I record since the cHy decided. .

.. had made no appropriation; for such pages. and Deputy Bob 1 to pave Main street conveys all of the
Within the next week the Kissim- Campbell arrested
work and CITY ON STATE TOURG. I am em-losing ,directions property to the daughter I
that the bridge had not been mee caftning club girls will call ; about the five fishermen, charged with violating except a
offlcialy authorized. He histories. If tomatoes strip one foot wide on the west side,
brought the your were the state law
the ladies of the city to provide homes prohibiting seining in
subject up again at the meeting of the drowned and you quit( for that or any Lake Tohopekaliga and whkh abuts Main street.
W. Gwynn, who is a candidatefor for the canning duty girls of the en' East Lake
board of county commissioners aVid other reason of course you will not Tohopekaliga. The question arises whether or not '
the position of Comptroller of the tire county who will be here for the /
the board wishes it write a history, but send in assessment of paving
expense against
thoroughly understood your record The
state men arrested ,
subject to the democratic primaries htree days. were: M. N. rf-
that it has nothing what- of 1916! was a visitor in the Miss Carson has sent the following book properly signed even if you I Sichtler.: C. O.. L.vhrim. .--., flnnfo-o"'-, -nori-v- this- one-foot strio would or would
do with the will did nothing at all after "Jf not be canfiscatory and if the
ever to work and not receiving it. W. L. Parrimore '' owner
and C.
city yesterday. Mr. Gwynn paid a letter to all members of the canning K. Lybrim.
.. be responsible for any bills. pleasant call to the Valley Gazette clubs: Please bring any jelly, pickles or canned The first two named pleaded guilty fOiould refuse to pay what redress the

The locution of the proposed bridge while here and met a large number of Dear Girls: fruit and vegetables you have for before Judge Murphy,' of ,the county city would have since this one foot '

is not the location which would be citizens, all of whom were impressedwith There) will be a short' course for the exhibit. The county will buy! the court and were fined $25 and costs : strip would hardly be sufficient to de-
selected by the commissioners if I best of everything. &'sides, you may each. The other fray the pro rata proportion of thepaving'E'ven
,,' they his buHiness-like manner. all the Canning Club girls in the county three gave bond for if it sold.
were having the. work done and the Mr. Gwynn making a tour of the in Kissimmee the; Ifith 17th, and get b prize. their appearance at the next term of It is said that were
bridge, if built, will not be recognized state during a vacation from his duties IHth of November. We will haVc Let me know if you plan to come, court, indicating that they will fight in a similar case came

as a county structure.' as chief clerk in the state ]land 'homes for you. The women of Kis- (Continued on page 6)) :, the charges against them.IBANKSPAIDLiCENSE. I the up courts Georgia annuled a few the years conveyance ago and of
------ department, a position he has held ""' "
the property as having been made for

'i SAM RAGSDALE BUYS conditions since. 1H84.favorable lie states to his that candidacy he finds I I HIGH SCHOOL ELEVEN HOMES TO BE BUILT I sessment.the purpose of evading the paving as- J

l' ( PURITY ICE CREAM CO. been everywhere employed he chief Mr.clerk Gwynn in has the PLAYING PLANT CITY NORTH OF THE CITYSince IN OSCEOLA COUNTY --a- t I 10

V office of the state: treasurer and chief _. .-- -- -- SHIPMENT OF FRUIT .
t. clery to the secretary of the state and A r.ealou .1
"4 Sam G. Ragsdale, one of the progressive The Osceola High School football Chairman E. L. Lesley] of the newspaper correspondentin '.
altogether has been
"t an employe in the Tallahaf ee during the TO BEGINNEXT!
young business men of Ki state offices at Tallahassee team is playing against the Plant hoard of county commissioners, built] pabt week WEEK/ .
simmee, has again broadened the thirty- City High School team at the local his fine suburban home north of the discovered (that a number of banks in :(l

field of his business activities. This five years.that he It is is upon this record, he \baseball park this afternoon. j I I city on the road to Orlando and the I the state had not been paying the license Shipment of citrus fruit will begin c%
says, making the race. tax assessed
) time he has purchased the Purity Ice The ]local boys have made a good I contract was let for the paving of These facts against them. here next week. .
'S Cream this road with brick, this section has were dug up from the' The familiar sight of load '
Company, formerly owned by 'b lOwing this fall, their first year'in books of the stale wagons
W. O. Thomas. For the time being TEACHERS' INSTITUTE grown in popularity. Within the last comptroller and an ed with field boxes filled with fruit "i'',
football, and expect to come out of the alleged list of the counties and 1
1 the business will still be conducted in i few days it has been announced thatJ. was seen on the streets during the :$ 1
its present location on Darlington TO BE HELD NOV. 26 game victorious. Prof. Harris, who Wade Tucker, J. W. Miller, Dr. C. number of banks in each which did last few days of the present week and '- '*.
1 not license
3, avenue and Mr. Thomas will continue has been acting as coach, has trained L. Hyatt and Mach Brothers will claimed pay that was given. This list the first car load of Parson Browns It: (."<<.
two banks in
to operate the plant for Mr. Ragsdale the boys efficiently and has succeeded erect handsome-homes in that section. Osceola will go out from the packing houseof
Arrangements are being made county did not Examination of "f.i:
by pay. the
-- Citrus Growers
for several day. I As ,
Superintendent of Public Instruction in rounding out a wellbalancedteam. Tax Collector Bandy's record and Mr. .
Sam G. Rafrsdale, president of the sociation affiliated with the Florid .
Mr. Ragsdale announced that he C. E. Yowell for the of I Bandy's personal statement .
a Palace Drug Store, treated his friends r-orovethat Citrus Exchange, early next week. h 1
would have further statements to teachers' institute here on November . . . . and customers to every bank in Osceola county d
- - - - -. new on Arrangements also
make in regard to the business within 26th. All teachers, in the .y.wv.e.vvvvv wvww'v4. paid this license are being made ,t1( ,' ,1
will tax with the
county .
Wednesday afternoon of this week exception at the Mach packing house, now mann ,:.., '
a the next few day., when his full 4
plans be expected to attend the sessions of of. the bank
: new at Kenansville ;-
from 3:30 to 5 ,
will be divulged. The Purity Ice 4 BOARD OF TRADE o jclock. Duringthose aged by J. R. Bronson, to begin shipping .: i.'' ,,
the institute which
which will be held in the hours the Dixie Theater orchestra was organized during the year next week. ,'
Cream company has built up quite:. a auditorium of the Osceola High and was overlooked. : ? "',/p!
trade in cold dishes and Mr. Ragsdale School. A 4 Names of members who have rendered a concert in the store which The Citrus Exchange tests '*11 fruit ,
'it special program will be was greatly appreciated by the pat- by the immature standards "of,, the ''r. ,
'i should hake the business even more arranged and the teachers will discuss 4 paid dues during this week, inresponse 0' Guy Gardner and Ed Roberts are
Mr. is '
rons. Ragsdale always federal and'state 1
>f i successful in connection with his drug features of theif work Informally. to*call from' the president 4' planning preparing to'open an electrical store regulations, before,o : ''' ; '1-j"t'
to new things and his latest venture shipment: and sufficient fruit hat been'found '
businsas.tI : 0 in the ;
1- 'store4sindrefreshment/. ; Fuller details will, be .published., next B. E. Evans -..._..___-_ &00K..S. .., proved popular. It I* likely; that II. Peake room, on formerly the west occupied side of Broad by W. to.stand the test to warrant the,./ .. I.,

,I', Jack Whidden andjU,, AJ4htaey.fla4ow. week.jfcj C . : 4 ., ,: t . '" y Floyd -,_.__. 8.004: the'coneertawUl, "g-In regularly way" They are now busily engaged In opening of the operation'L' : ""}r '.lf,
")"::,," *.\ ..retumei':! ?; Saturday* : from V ''Kflejr: :>Godwin; ,'of..St"'".,Cloud wi'isfmme. a : L. .H\Trfgimm: ": ," .,.. < ,..,.__.., 8.60" :*;:I each.W\ 'r weelc'during.'-. the .tourist' IlllE. I season. placing:the'shelving'and .tack. 'They actual pyklng' ,. \, ,... ',_ rJ'fril 't.j.1.; ,
,nt SpringsArkI? :, "where they spent bus lDe..I'vt.tOr\t on .r-l.; ,.,,f$ .,>D.Jlogan, Longhtnan.. was'abusiness will slaq do general electric- ''wli1iIc '\ ." ." of Kh- tJ.' .
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r s> r St. Cloud Department Administration Of Public HealthBy neglected cities in the northern and\'

Oliver western part of the state, where/..,;

DR. J. Y. PORTER. State Health Officer. I IJ tural conditions' are much more favorable .,
II I than in southern Florida.
News and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own I II' *
It has take* control of the city's :'t

Suitatoriumget Special Correspondent Nature punishes violations of her retrenchment for economy's sake, milk supply, '\tlth the result that the ;

II laws. She rigorously exacts the pen- with the expenses'. of the health departments bacteriological count is lower than "

The. Maracas entertained the alties from rich and poor alike. Therefore .. It' is a reflection on the that required for certified milk. Dairy '

I cillaH at a Halloween party ; it is a pretty good idea to be wisdom and common sensd. of public stables under its jurisdiction are :

at the home of John .. acquainted with these laws and to officers. built with concrete floors, easily

that suit Hon evening on Maryland] avenue and ,' ,' know the penalties. Many and bitter experiences have cleaned] and with screened milkingrooms

.street. The house was decorated It's a reasonable proposition that taught Florida the value] of public) ad- ; the milk is immediately refrigerated -

NOWfor pumpkins, witihes and Mack cuts, ( the study of these. causes and resultsis ministration of health atYall ". both and kept on i ice until delivered

ghosts were walking among/ 111 ; the work of those who are especially city and "Ia... The results accomplished to the customer. In many InHtan..R -

I guests. A large ,hull. IIIIIIK from qualified to undertake it, just as in have justified the expenditures the cows are groomed and
Thanksgiving .
,' other .science. Original hivestifration ) funds in this. particular care is exercised to keep
I reilmfr, which on berg unwound, \ I any of )public way.
taincd (( Jilts for the, (guests to along] . these lines is. not within The city of .1 acksonville has a them scrupulously clean and comfortable -

who had the corit" '''pondinK "', I : ( i i1. i;'the reach of hte unscientific. man, and health department that has /given the Miami revokes the licenses. of

suns UK eating an apple' IHIIIK/ I'.v : : it is quite as apparent that the workof city. a .reputation far and wide, especially milk dealers) whose product falls be-

Cleaning Pressing string/ in the dooiwai sweeping such .scientists should) not \be hampered in its successful. fight al'IIIII"tI low the required standard. And the
npplinut of this room .. / by politics or ignorance of the typhoid fever. courts have sustained the Miami
conditions that make it I Board of Health] ) in its work for the
Dying and throvMiiir/ an( apple Ih'oll/o'h' / a hor"I" ; they may successful I Within the past year or eighteen/

". hllnIn/ the Imnway' all of and fruitful of practical re- j months, the city of Miami, has had public welfare.
RepairingLadies' sults.] And the results ? Miami ]located
was very amusing/ and, at a late. the wisdom to create a board of
fii'shments ser\ed ",, I It goes without saying/ that good the semi-tropics with ;
dainty weir health, whose rulings/ are given the many natural
I Work Especially the guests departed for then .I, "' '.. health is just about the most. valuable force of municipal' ordinance without conditions) against the highest/ sani-

homer. possession. of every individual and special enactment by the city council, tary surroundings, is one of the most
---- Mr. and Mrs N. H. Brown, and community. So essential. it is that every and the work accomplished has been healthful] cities in Florida.

and daughter, Mrs. .Jule l sawn> .... / state and all progressive/ cities successful beyond expectation. What Miami has done, every city

have Keen spending the summer have committed the regulation of Years ago-and not so many years. I in the state should do and every city
Phone 61 Kayettcville, N. Y arrived here 'I'll" / their sanitary and health affairs! to either-the lower East Coast of can do if its affairs are> administered \

day evening for the winter. I bodies of trained .experts who are which Miami is the Metropolis, by intelligent up-to-date officials who
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Warner known as boards of health, and in the I
gave( swarmed with flies and mosquitoeswhich are ambitious to continue in office.
llallow'een patty Saturday "", I majority of cases. these boards are made life a .serious problem in their home \' I l efficient! depedable, and vastly more
at pleasant on "/: the warmer months of the year. The There are an endless numhe; of
4 00' avenue for the (Colden; Hull' nils(; useful in their communities than any new board has reduced l these pests combinations of leather in the new
>> CHRISTIAN CENTER; ITEMS the Yoke Fellows Thcie( weie I I ) I other bodies entrusted. with the administration to almost. a-n unnoticeable minimum, footgear

O *> T.r present. A very pleasant] ,' / of public matters.It I

44 was spent bobbing, for apples and having / takes money to make such work

Mrb. S..J liar, her, culled on Mrs. their, fortuni" told and all effective! and, therefore< it is a distinct ,

Charlie Williams !Monday. of "Hallow'een ..llInt < About Jl) :.'! I reflection on the intelligence/ of dr k

Mrs. Mary Alderman M r<< Annie I all unmasked lun< h N'41s served in / any* community when" I those charged ly
lifter choosing "rt'H'r' (; with handling its t finances begin their e Jib
Alderman', Mrs Wiggans/ / Mrs McDonnell" unique way / I I
Mrs. J. K. Tindull Mrs. T..1./ small files were I limit in the yard I / I 1 r

Little and Mrs George; dint wa all enjoyed rousted weenies.' / (":":":":":_:-(..:..:_:_:-:-<_:-(0-: : : : <-:-:-: I I
the guest. of Mrs J./ W. Ward last [ sandwiches, doughnuts/ uiul apples I 1 I ,
1 Tuesday at dinner. and at a late hour the /guests departed l .:. I''IO' CENTER; 4C' V

Mrs. Florin Hay and children,). of all teportiug/ a good lime 1 4> r

Bartow are visiting her mothei Mrs The Kpwoith: League of the M. F: ) -< 4it ,

W. H. Ward for several days. .church will hold ,its tegular :Mis Funk and Mrs McClum will)) : rtr fi i1) ?el

Mrs. George; / Hay and :MrArthur lillslness. meeting/ and, social l return. from Ohio I this week Theyhave I *liif I Mr

Hall called on Bascum Fletcher Tuesday evening/ NovemlK. f>Ih.III, the been greatly missed at the services *
i afternoon.We of Miss Nina, Mutton) on Massachusetts I each Sunday and will be REMINGTONUMC .
( cor-I : ,-' &S&** .
regret to learnthat t Mrs. John \ xveiturHorace' dially welcomed home.

Tiner is quite ill, 'suffering/ from a II. Ames, from Blai n. Will Wetherbee and family were I .e,hstiY + m

S fall from the wagon while moving/ to Washington, arrived Saturday evening Sunday guests. at the Wetherbee \
Mr. Bell's shingle mill, where Mr. to spend I the winter, and may remain / homes. Little Ethel remained for a 'l .

A Tiner is employed. altogether.Mrs. few days visit with grandpa and I
t Mrs. Bell and Susie and Mrs. T. J. . Lydia Monher was a Kinsimmee grandma. Rifles OvndCartridges
Little called on Mrs. Emeline Nobles visitor on Monday.Mr. Lcssie lIaye spent Sunday at home. for .4

Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lathrop Joe Harvey visited home folks Sun-

W. H. Ward and wife and Mrs. have ,been spending the summer day and Monday.Mr. Your Big Game Hunt

Nobles was the guest of Mr. and Mrs their northern home, Bliss, N. Y., arrived and Mrs. Smith and Evelyn JUST a. BOOn a* game became scarce enough to make

Ad Story on Sunday. here Friday morning for spent a delightful day at the E. L. critical about their rifles, sportsmen in
winter in St. Cloud. home in Kissimmee Sun-
community to
got demanding RemingtonUMC.The .
..000..0..0000. ...
Dr. A. E. Johnson of Lake
day. Everett Smith came down from
0 4 I demand for Remington-UMC Big Game Rifles and J
the week with her cousin.Mrs.
O SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS 4 spending : Orlando and was also a guest of these Metallic .
( Remington Cartridges has been growing ever since.
A. B. Daniels.Mr. hospitable people.
t.O.O..O..O....: and Mrs. W. M. Phipps entertained Mrs. R. S. Floyd and Mrs. Julius lIe The know.Remington-UMC' Dealer here in this You'll know!it the him, man by togo the Rfd to.

Harwell Tison is recovering slowly.] at dinner Sunday the fol1owin Smith of Kissimmee were guests at Ball, Mark of R.Intnyton-U.MC---aodhis. lore i i. Sportemen'i Headquarter

Miss Mildred Anderson spent the guests: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kngihl.Mr. the parental Barber home last Mon- Sold by your home dealer I and 870 i r

.week-end visiting; Miss Susie Spear in and Mrs. Albert Derham, Mr. day.Edna other leading merchant in Florida ,
Mrs. Clyde Edwards.Mrs. Harvey Sunday with
Kissimmee. J. D. Woodbeck, of Orlando,1J'J Nellie Barber. Reminftea Arau-UnUa Metallic Carbide c...Woolwerth, BU(. ((2J3 B'way, ) N. T.City J
Mrs.: John Thomas spent Tuesday in J'I
Kissimmee. spent Thursday last in St. Cloud. ; Mrs. Smith and Evelyn called on 'I
Mrs. F. E. Caldwell] spent Wednesday I Mrs. Jeff Barber Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs.. R. L. 'Ivey visited at the Ni- #
e swonger- home Sunday and Monday. and Thursday Of last week in Aaron Story ate dinner at the T. .

' A Hallow'een party was. given/ al simmee the guest of her daughter ] I Christian Endeavor service SundayA. SUB-TROPICAL 1
Mrs. Barber.
Mary Hughey home Sunday.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fox Friday
a night. Mrs., Sarah llaney, of (5;rand Rapids There was a good attendance at MID-WINTER FAIR AND '-"

Mrs.. Cromartie is. on the sick list. M lI'h., arrived Thursday (' night and the lesson was intensely] in-

Mr. and I'd' rs. Walter] Bronson visited to spend the winter Mrs. llaney 1 / teresting. The new officers and committees EXHIBITION
Mr. and Mrs.. Wood Tyner Sun- with her brother and his wife, Mr. are getting into the harness ----- .,

day. j Mrs. Hullard on the lake front. / nicely and we feel sure our society is TO CITIX.KNH "IK V il.rsI.AKK.' | ' '
5 SIOM'; ,11 I.Vcil.K. "Si'Ki'; '"1.:1': nl<-
Mr and Mrs. (Carries Mr. and 'tHngt<> enjoy the best of success.Susie '
{, /(
Mrs. Niswonger and Mrs. Ivey called -, AN<1K: "Ciil'NTIKS( ':'
Mr. (li; W Penn,, Kev. and Mrs. I Bell called on I Evelyn; Smith (.IH.I-'I'I'. dIt
on and Mrs. Keller Monday I( It known to all or t"1 that' luu
afternoon.Mr. and Mrs Knots; formed a f fishing party ] Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. COUNTIES are Ins.lied n".1 rxpe. I. d I I.. p1 i |pare ,
1 1I nulls.Ll. ., rxhlhllM fur .1'1'1.' .til Iii' 1
and Mrs.. and spent Tuesday at Rest I ; Sam Barber and daughter . .
(J. B. Woodall were S real 'XI""III"" 1L ii dt agied i upon| .1
Sunday visitors here.J. :\11'". )Nellie; Chase, who has "('.. I Myrtle were Kissimmee visitors Sat .ht Sour 1"1'1'l,.. rngagnig In. u fi I t. n.llythltlfin .
I .
rump,111'0"' rur Ihr ,' lIf thesit
I). Tison spent a portion of this spending the summer at Falls VIIIII J> urday. GREATEST EVENT: IN lid Iaredurlx ..r }our xrc toil, M IHO
I TilKHISTORY Ihlngx "M.le. fn. )our. low IIB.," > ourschool
week at Rosalie. on business. Conn arrived .home Tuesday I Mr. Munn has returned from the work. your Ii ultn \ inir V-K -
: Mrs Mary Veeder and Mrs hospital. He says he feels] very much OF TilE lahixM. sour. faun pr<>du I < t;.. your ntort-n, :
Raymond Niswonger has I been appointed of house and, MiId.our art rr. .*attonn."ui .
; teacher of the Young Peoples Vreeland arrived home on- .. .improved but is. .still quite weak. We FIVE COUNTIES! > "lurk. chlk, IIH untl all oilier
things IntereatI'riimn .
: r evening after time I hope that he will enjoy a speedy con- of
Sunday school class to fill the vacancy some lo uttfnd: :In pt-rmtn and with
left by R. L. Ivey. .spent at Brooklyn, N. Y. valescence.] your within family your and Katea.SUBTROPICAL frh-ndn. and the t ranRIT -

I Mrs. I. P. Tison called on Mrs. Cro- Mrs.. H. H. Bra rn..rd came back Aaron Storey and Lonnie Hughey 5COUNTIES MID-WINTER EXPOSITION -

p' martie Wednesday. week after spending the .summer attended the dance at St. Cloud Saturday OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE

;:/; Miss Edith Niswonger will be the friends and relatives. in Michigan, Illinois night. COUNTIES.
1 leoder of the Young Peoples Bible ; and Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs.. Story called in Mr.

Study class next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dale came Munn last. Thursday.

i; 6( Miss. Alfa Westfall. of Kissimmee Saturday morning. They have Invigorating-- .- to the Pale-and-SicklyThe FEBRUARY 15-19 1916
I spent the week-end visiting friends. a fine time this summer in New ,
r OM BUiMdaM general .trrnfflhenlng- tonic I J
. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barclay, of Kis- city Brewster, NY., and Jersey c GUOVK TASTHI.HHH chill I TUNIC. drives outMalaria.enrlchtt Orlando FloridaL

; simmee, visited Mr. and Mrs. AR.. N. J./ but are glad to lie back in Ih I; ] tem. A true tonic.the For blood.and adulta and huiM children.>UDtheByo-SOc. I I

Dennis Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Sunny South again

Walter Mosely called on Mrs.R. Mrs. Allison and mother ..

: \L. Ivey Wednesday. Thu."day'nln,, from Vinton )) -

.-. - --- --- They will spend the winter with & N. RAILROAD SUPERIOR SERVICE
IF YOt'K CHILD IS CROSS Allison's ,sister ;\1..". Annette ; I ]
the Several fast trains'choice, of .scenic routes up-to- The Louisville and Nashville. makes direct connections -
1 city on Friday. at Chicago. Cincinnati. Louisville and St. Louis
I accommodating
: Look !.Mother!_ If tongue in coated, Robert Love, wife and' (child "" date and comfortable equipment for Buffalo I Denver, Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis (
, cleanse little bowels with "('ali- 'in Thursday evenng" fioni (Ohio ; ,: agents and I employees I makes the Louisville and Omaha, Pitlsburg/:, St. Paul I, Toledo I and otherNashville
fornia Syrup of Figs.. will, pnibably :locate.Rev a favorite route between I Florida and Western and Northwestern points and carries i \P
f I .1. H. Westcoit< l arrived Thurs I, Ii Western and Northwestern. points. Steel coaches. SOLID STEEL sleepers lo Indianapolis, CLEVE;
and sleepers, ; unexcelled' dining car service. LAND) and rand Rapids on THE SOUTHLAND. .
"act. Mothers can lest easy after giving/ day evening from 1'leusantsille, N. '/
t "California Syrup of Figs," because in where he Ii a'' been. spending H part /1 "I'. 1.1 I" KXI'HKHHNorth Till: Mill "' "I.A\I> 1)1 MK I I'l.i.;'i( ,
;;: .", **..lil.blioiinflin '
. a few hours all the clogged-up] / WIl.t"sour the 'sumnH" '. Mrs. W"ot'oll ""''pe<' < ; )! ".. hliouml hound 12 (10 am l.v ClilcMKn" Ar 14 am SorlhlioiiBilA
7 .IF am Ar'Inrfnnntl" I i l.v I 12 I IS loom' 2ft poi Lv'i 'til, .mi. i 7 03: aml.v L
bile and to come on little later ] nil .l.V CliK Iniiall A I !II i" pm
fermented a I 'am
food .. ** 4.1 aml.t I K\; .
gently !91(0 pm I. St" Louis At 7 4OS u. .II.HV flit I in :;; pml.v
of Mrs I I.. W. l Farris will entertain | ,. .3 4n am Lv lndlanupolla 1 A"r 2 11" "parR 11 r.s .,,.aI.t Naxhttll.;
l moves out the I bowels> and you have IT. inn l.v Nit. I" 111 I\ N (00(I) hum iiciiim t.vI. 1 s'a well playful] child ugpun.n I'dinsettia fiOO Club] on Friday afternoon ( )I!, :3 If. pin l.v lllrtn'Khimi. .i., 12 T>0 pin 3(1 |;im f/v (r'liil Itnilds. I Ai 2 ml Inn 4 I 1 12. poi| Cirtnnm.Kix, ) I.v 12 22 pms ..
7 Sick children] needn't be. coaxed to ll2 1 0 i am l.\ ( ) .
, ) I 7 f,n am Ai Ja.'kmmIIIf( Ar7 3oIf pili 7 r.n '11\r.lnrkHon\tll.. ,. Lv S 111 pm
I.v'Kniixvllle Lv 12 24
1 take this harmless "fruit laxative." Misses Lizzie and Katie ThompRon.of ; I 3n
Millions of mothers keep it handy be- Kissimmee, and Eleanor] Steele, 403 pm M KlHHlmiVHMl.v_ 2.13--.!ton _._K 45 am Ar- JarK..(invllli'_ l.v S 2(1 l pin 4 US -pm Ar Klsulmmi-e- -- -Lv- -2.11-pm I\
cause they know of its action on the Jessup, (Ja., were the guests on Saturday Slcf|i-rn open for occupancy 9 30 Knplds Tuesdays and FridaysNorthbound t HI..I..r man be occupied until 7:30:
cars leave Jacksonville A. M.
leave Urand
t Southbound earn
-' stomach, liver and bowels is prompt of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Thompson. Mondays and Thursdays ''t

and sure. 1V.. Morrow. N. W. !' A. L'" N KH R. D. Pusey G. P. A., L & N RR. B. K. drove TI' A.. I. & N HR
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent Miss Marie O'fierry, of Kissimmee 332 Marquette Hid*.. Chicago. 111. Louisville i Ky. 709 Mchi thank II Id or. Indlanapolla '
the F. r>. Bu"h.'D. P. A.. L, N RR.. F. K. WtUB., T. P. A.. 1, A N RR. ,
bat of "California was guest on Saturday of Mrs.Lydia
Syrup of Figs Union Central Bldg' Cincinnati. O. H. C. Bretney F. P. A.. L & N RR. IOU Majf.tlc IlldK.. Detroit. Mich. '
which contains directions for babies, Mosher. Q. E. Herring. D. f. A., L'* N RR.. J..1 Tempke. T. I>. A.. LAN RR Ip,
St.. Saint Loula. Mo. Jacksonville, FI a. 618 Hippodrome, Cleveland
Messrs. Gus Smith 311 N. Eighth Bldg. O. t
) children Ed.
of all ages and for grown-ups Roberta! i

.. .... '.. Bead embroidery is extensively of Walter Kissimmee Nelson, motored and George to St.Gardner THREE: : I PAST LIMITED: TRAINS DAILY''

: ,r '-*,..,' ,\ ''Used for the blouse, the tailored dress, ,Sunday evening "ST. LOUIS EXPRESS" "THE SOUTHLAND" "THE DIXIE:.f LYEITm
r .the f evening gown, aj well M for bat*. Mrs. Elsie Baker was a .

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i '1.f: : ;:Live :(News'From'All; verflorida'-: waLBEOISCUSSEDDR.'F.\ : ;!Dr 2.000,1,' Brown'Las'just;'mile:'journey. ? -'Into returned the heart from j ja' -r p.'.'J>l&j.p.ia.-'...,....Sick Sears" J

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Of the iteap mission fields, where he Gassy Stomachs. rely- fed fine ,y yV
w.nt."study'the'' political,'economi- I ...._la.t..i,f if .' t "

.-. . ... .. .. .... . . ...... . . . .. . . . .. .. .. . ,. . ..Y. -----:. ':'Y,..... . . . .,:" :- .':BROWN.NOTED WRIT. cal, social and 'religious'problem. confronting "tf whit ati :
*' .. ER;; TRAVELER. AND. BRIG you just is souring on :
'IL: ,Announcement is mad. 'of the establishment drawn uP''and It b stated that the "" LIANT SPEAI .ER. WILL, LEC. ,the. peoples of this globe".'HeIs your stomach or.,lies like a lamp;of y'. '
'' Is with much encour ......... ...O.. .... .' sane,'sensible: brilliant man, an
{' at an early date of a project meeting .. .. .,. TURK ON' SUBJECT AT CHAUTAUQUA. lead, refusing to digest,,'or you belch; t +
I Al;; 'citrus canning and preserving plant agement. : eloquent speaker, and is fully prep.ned ,
? BITS OF NEWS 0 : THIS WINTER, gas and eructate-sour, undigested: s
ODD and well fitted to present
Sy f! at Lakeland. In addition to making 0 '. ;--- ,. so great food, or have a feeling of disslness,.;,

H.' fruit juices, the plant will make 'ex The board of public instruction of 0.. .. .... ..t. .... ..." ... Much baa been said for and againstmissions. .land.subject to ,the'people of-the South. heartburn fullness, nausea bad taste tIn I

l I'' I tracts and essential l oils, citric acid, Volusla county last week disposed of, Mildred Gilmore Much money has been spent mouth and stomacb-beadacb.,'you

J/r- clarified lime and lemon juice, etc. 992,000 worth of school bond. at a Hall Bardstown Into,, Ky.the- world ready for and many ,noble lives given to this can get blessed relief in five lD 1ute..*' '
'I" handsome premium. The sale was Some there who claim Put .nd to stomach trouble forever
had two cause. are NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD an \
the dinner table. She fully
that the
rl W. N. and Clarence H. Woods, two made with an agreement teeth in her lower gum. that this is not the true plan of Chris by.getting a large of
,. stockholders of the Miami Telephonecompany's bonds are to be delivered and paid for tianity. Much has been written by Pape' Diapepsin from any drug .to....

Si common stock, have filed a by November 18thAgnouncement Hartford, Mich.-An admirer those Opposed to missions.The subject Expel. scrofulous humors from the You realize in five minutes how needless ,

I bill .of complaint in the circuit clerk' is made that H. V. brought the editor of the Day Spring is certainly one of vital Interest blood, which cause constipation ma- It is to suffer from indigestion, I

office of Dade county agaHnst the here freak fruit-half peach and and growing concern, both to the religious laria, rheumatism'sores, ulcers, pim- dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It's .
r boaton
.t board of directors of that company to Moss, who has been running a half apple. The dividing line is and bu inesl' world. ples ets. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy -.. the quickest, surest stomach 4''

compel them to declare a dividend on Lake Okeechobee, will at an early straight and well defined. The specimen The chautauqna platform is the on a guarantee to satisfy. doctor in .the world. It's wonderful. ,
of boat line
date begin operation a
'., the company's stock. The complainants between Fort Lauderdale and Jack- I. grew on a peach tree. broadest in the world. It is under the .. __.

allege that the directors of the domination of no sect or creed; no political .5. 5
sonville. The boat which he
telephone company have refused for to vise has of two carloads.expects i New York, N. Y.-According to party or other powerful organization .
a tonnage
years past to declare dividends. I Robert Reisner, who returned from a directs its policies. It is the I
The Favorite Store of Kltfimmee
I I.I I.
The board of county commissioners I tour of inspection in Germany recently platform of the people, from which
A Florida is to be ride the masses heap all vital sub
society soon or- of Escambia county will submit a' four dummy kaisers along may I
ganized in the national capital, ac I the lines in different sections of the jects, themes and ideas propounded.The .
, proposition to the voters of the coun-
cording notices sent out to former country daily. The dummies ride in people are left to draw their own
ty within the next sixty days to bond
Floridians residing in Washington. !I and conclusions without bias or'c rclon.II ':
now the county for $500,000 for permanent cars like that of the emperor are FURNITURE ?

It is stated that Senator Dun- roads. It is proposed to construct selected from soldiers who look most it not right then that the peo- w.

can U. Fletcher is the leader of the concrete driveways from Pehsacola like the kaiser. In this way the life ple should hear this momentous question ,

I movement and that a meeting has north to Flomaton, a distance of 44 of the kaiser is better protected. of missions discussed by one whois I '

been called for November 22nd, at in authority the subject-one Y
miles, as well as several other roads upon
which time organization will be per- where traffic is heavy. Paris, Francey-Alcide Verde, 72 who has gathered his informationfrom -WE HAVE IT dt dtI.

I fected. I years old, is the' oldest soldier in the first-hand sources, who comes

French army. He saw service at Sedan with his vast array of facts to lay
"The 'Florida Magazine," is the ,',
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher has secured I and is now with the 47th territorial them before the people of the South \.
name of a new publication which has
permission of officials of the regiment in the first line of land! .,
just made its appearance in Jackson- ,
Department of Agriculture at Wash ville, edited and managed by Dr. H. I trenches. The management of the southern .la coaaectioa with our Hardware u.. we carry a complete -

ington to make a thorough and com- F. Van Trump. The editor announces system thinks that this is a subject Ens el foraitare. W. make a specialty of evtittmf Ia..., ui
soil of Hillsbor- Monroe, Wis. This town was said
prehensive -
survey of such interest and importance thatit
that the publication will be issued the Lead! reliabls 'tln
ough county. I to to the "smelliest" town in America in
15th of every month, and that the is worthy of a prominent place .
when the annual cheese day was held. I the Great Southern Chautauqua and {?
policy of the magazine will be to
Miss Lois Godbey has been appointed boost Florida and educate the people Two tons cf limburger, Swiss and Artist Carnival which will be held Bed Room Furniture, Dining

home demonstrator for St. Johns I other cheeses were given away in here in February under' the auspices
to the natural wonders
and advan- Par-
Room Suits Kitchen Outfits
county, and assumed charge of her I tages of the Land of Flowers. sandwiches of a,committee of leading citizens. ,

duties last week, with headquartersin !I Dr. F. Q. Brown, the noted writer, lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
Augustine.: Meadville, Miss.-For the first time ,
brilliant of the
traveler and
A movement i. on foot in the Celery in its history, 75 this town has speaker
I years, Couches Etc.
of Iowa has been
University secur- ,
Manatee county made her third big Delta for the formation of a drainage a church. The town was the headquarters ,
I "The Economic Valueof
ed to lecture on
cattle shipment of the season Tuesday district. A mass meeting of the citi- I for many years of the famous "
His will be
Missions. address
of last week when 748 head zens of that section was held in San- Newman-Byrd feud, which dad one "
were ford last week, at which time a com- I of the really big features of the pro- This store b making a record: for Itself Ja the matter of"kelpiaf k
0 shipped from Fruitville to Beaumont, I with the killing of all the feudista.Roxton .
Texas. The price paid averaged $18a mittee was appointed to draw up and gram. In writing about Dr. Brown people" to outfit home Com sad .... Oar prices arc
and his wonderful lecture, the direc-
head. circulate petition.asking the county I Tex.-At a birthday party riaiaL ..
tor of a large circuit of western chau- .
/ commissioners to call an election. This given by Mr. and Mm. J. W. Watsonin 1

k The Board of Directors of the Bre- action follow. the recent heavy rain. honor of their son, Rufus, a fruit tauquas said: "Now don't jump at H *J Jm
the conclusion that this discussion
1 vard County Fair Association held a )tin that section, which caused considerable cake graced the table which was cook- TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
will be of value only to those primarily -
meeting at Eau Gallie a few days damage to crops. ed twenty years ago by Mrs. C. H. interested in mission work. Sucha r .

ago, at which plan. for the erectionof I Shilling, of Paris, the young man's 6
conclusion be reached
another building on the fairgrounds By reason of two conflicting statutes aunt. She gave it to his father and can only by N. matter wkat kind of a. Eagui* y..'haTe-Gas, Star, 1 ,
the that the
were considered. the question has. arisen whetheror I told him not to cut it until the boy value following of missionary assumption endeavor lies Railroad or Stationary Eafiaa-we lure exactly tfc. Teals. yea .:

not there would be any money in was twenty-one years of age. The' only in its civilizing and saving quali seal ia >you everyday work-reds, Hammers,. Oilers* etc, +

J I :The Dade County ithen.' Leagues the state treasury to maintain and flavor was said to be fine. ties. This narrow view has too long all of the best quality aid wrkmkip, aid at prices that will ; e

the name of a new prganixation I pay the expenses of the state road department been maintained. There is a deeper surprise ,oa. This store has the repatattea ef fcsadliag eeJy. ,

formed in Miami last week, for the created by the last legisla-Ii Geneva, O.-Menu: Breakfast, and saner view, 'and Dr. Brown is the hardware that is of superior qaattty sad yo' willmake ae alto I

'i purpose of keeping Dade eounty dry ture. Attorney General West, how- springwater; luncheon, spring-water; man to properly set this forth. Business take b coring her NOW a.bwpectuf, air big stock; I ;
and seeing that the prohibition laws' ever, has rendered an opinion to theeft'ect dinner, more spring-water. That was.
i I I men, professional men, farmers k'
are strictly enforced. that 15 per cent of the motor the diet on which Dr. H. G. Huffman,
I and teachers,-will enojy this able able
vehicle licenses of i. oculist lived for 47 The doc- !
every county on days.
t I presentation of a great theme. Thereis ?f
The ashes of A. Ninomiya, a available for the expenses of the state tor's fast is said to have saved his {
a very close relationship between Osceola Hardware
r wealthy Japanese, who died recently road department, as provided by the life. Gospel truth and corn and wheat and Company

1 at Yamato, Palm Beach county, were statute passed by the last legislature. manufactured products. In a won- .
' \
Dr. Carrie Smith, of Dallas. :8'":as, '-
4 sent ty parcel post.last week from derful business has followed the L .
r t West Palm Beach tohiAr.rmer homein 10 CENT' 'CASCARETS'FOR will be superintendent of the new way "r

Ehima, Japan,,:k r"burial/!..J'! ", LIVER AND BOWELS girls' training school being built at - "

f ......./' Gainesville, Texas.

;;4 I 'Several! Palm Reach$county,, attoreys f Cur Sick Headache, Constipation, Saltpeter ie-manufactured from nitrogen '- Limited .y

b: ) have already; .I d", heir Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
extracted from
air by
several I Potash has
candidacy for the of Ace" 'of county Breath-Candy Cathartic.No I supply
plants in Norway and Sweden.
judge of that county, made vacant given an incentive to look

' last week by the death of Judge D. F. odds how bad your liver stom- Resembling a enlarged nut cracker, more thoroughly into plant nutrition '

\ Pattishall. ach or bowels; how much your headaches an implement has been invented for with view to utilizing products at hand to the very t

;4 how miserable are from cracking the shells of lobster!. best
you The result of
After being quiescent for some purpose. our efforts along this line is
constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand
three years a drainage well on the A Swiss scientist has succeeded in

I farm of C. 1) Chadwick, about three I relief sluggish with I ]owels-you C'ascurets. They always immediately get- I freezing liviintc fish and reviving them Florideal Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less PotashIt

miles north of Orlando, has begun to several weeks or months later. ,
He-urine and regulate the stomach -I
pout again: and is attracting much ---- I u BO carefully blended that where land ia properly prepared we will it '
ipmovc the sour, fermenting food' put
I attention. The well is :'MO feet deep I To teach children how to use electricity -, against any fertilizer mixture of same ammonia and phosphoric acid
content -
and foul << take the excess bile
and twelve<< inches in diameter.No for cooking i the purpose ofa regardlewMjf percentage of potash. Send
I particulars p
from the !lire r and carry off the constipated -
I II recently invented minature range.
I notion' will be taken by the wardepartment waste matter and poison I c Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. "
10-cont l box> from your druggist will Three are about 35,000,000 fur felt
in its announced"
injunction '
proceedings, restraining. the I keep your liver and bowels clean; hats made in the United States each I s Jacksonville: e c r
st"ma..h sweat and bead clear for year and about 7,000,000 wool felt Florida 1
dredging: operations on the St. Lucie ._:5 : _.. .r-- 4i
canal, for at least .sixty days, and in months. 1'hey work while you sleep ones. 1

the opinion of W. Kelley, major corpsof -I ,

ceedings engineers'will,not Washington be necessary, the at pro-the K'LI\' :::!\ J: r"LlLlLI" ' :Lllll:' W''":::"' rtf:::;:: ::' \ ::: : ,--- ,..- ,- -- ---- Wil

; expiration of that time, because of

ditions the informal to be acknowledgement met by members of of-con-the r I 20 % SAVED ON TIRESGuaranteed l f:

:a Internal Improvement Fund to com- HOME PROTECTION

> ply with specifications of the war department I

I being of such character as The home i is the bulwark of -the nation Tor 3,500 Miles Direct to Owner at Wholesale Prices
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to cause no further action by the war und the American home is the

Department, other than the usual model home of the world.
routine -
of inspection. One of the strongest protectionsfor The Famous Pullman: Tires and Tubes w

the home is a Bank Account, and
, .,
A movement is on foot in Orlando the father, mother, sort! or daughter, WE CAN MAKE PROMPT SHIPMENTS IN ALL SIZES FROM OUR LARGE STOCKS.

' || for the erection of a community build- who saves faithfully and makes regula WE PREPAY EXPRESS CHARGES ON ORDER OF TWO OR MORE TIRES OR TUBES.

; IV ing. The project is being fostered by r deposits in the Bank Is, buildinga GOODS ALSO SHIPPED C. O. D. tell B a. k"

i \\- the ,Board of Trade, and is meeting strong reserve fund for the future. 'o:"'
,,, With considerable support. 4 per cent interest paid on Savings '
Accounts. t Plain Non-Skid Plain Non-Skid TUBE SECONDS-Unguaranteed.30x3 / t ,

; Plain . . . . . .$ 5.80 ;i
kk The Clearwater City Council last 30x3. . . .$ 9.00 $ 9.45 $ 7.20 $ 7))6 $2.18 t
9.16 2.40 30x3Vz Plain . . . . . 7.00 4 z
,, week voted to purchase a site for the 30x31/2 . . 11.60 12.20 9.28 l '
erection of the proposed Carnegie library 32x31.13.35. 14.00 10.68 1'. 'ZO 2.48 30xS2: Non-Skid . . .. 7.35 -. .(A32x3

i, which that city expects to get., 334. . .. 19.05 20.00 15.24 16.00 3.48 '/ Plain . . . . 8.00 i t fir.:
4', The purchase of the site 15,52 16.28 3.fl6 t Y'"
price 20.35
was 344. . ..19.40 'J
f 33x4 Non-Skid . . . . 12.00 ,
$3,500. 35x4Jh . . 27.00 28.35 21.60 21.68 4.52
a 21.88 22.96 4.64 34x4 Plain . . . . . 12.60 i. a ;:!
36x41/2 . . 27.35 28.70 f
+ Cigar shipments from Tampa for SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I 37x5. . . 32.30 33.90 25.84 27.12 5.60 t 37x41/2 Plain . . . . . 18.40 J _,'IJ, :,f, l't,

the week ending October! 16th totalled f. a
; 1,490 cases, approximately 7,450- ALWAYS w. leek a ..Hell Lie..5 Rrr: w.terl.l ..' ...dr1... V ffi

; ':g; V 000 cigars' The cigar industry is experiencing DIRECTORS: LET US REPAIR YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES AT ,SPECIAL PRICES. '..-. '

k' a revival,,in Tampa, Key ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R.,BRONSONF. '

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."' The Kissimmee' Valley Gazette BOND MOVEMENT GAINS, IMTETUS.- pressioni;.which J show- the prevailing opinion of the 0 Me _' . > *<*)

k --J 'rJ state press. : '
{ :_ .., ." .. The movement to call a bond election in a'Osceola Editor J'ff. Davis,r of."the (terry Herald, promise SAID ABOUT KISSIMMgl V .< .; \
; ..... .
w .1oe4 1DYerF'io to become active member of such
Of**. IB Valter thereof as necessary to build a brick road from St. tion. He says AND OSCEOLA COUNTY ;! :

W. m. HAMRll .ND'>& O.. TAN* AOlfBWKL > Ow...... Cloud to Kissimmee and from Kissimmee to the The Tampa Tribune want a State Press Association -

4 to. NAVOLB, B'lt.* .se Um_ ... Polk county line as a part of the Dixie' Highway, composed exclusively of newspaper men arid ;. o t. >0..00.000..0000.. . .. . .'9'1'.;,'"
and J 'the Jacksonville-Tampa highway is gaining impetus women. So do we, and when one of this class it
f x KatwstOn organized we'll join charter member. About half of the Tambeachi Trail I]I roads is growing at a rapid ra .. Let.'f.
a .
Copy Ones Tear *,_.___.._?._____________ |1 60 daily. between here and Kissimmee is already I I the good work go on.-Daytona Jourvf
One COPY. 8lx Month .............______..... 1.00 The proposition has met with almost universal Editor Hetherington. of the Lakeland Telegram of brick nal. .
On* Copy. Three Months ..........___________ .78 and believes that the meeting' held at graded and some it is ,
favor it is likely that the county commissionerswill as present are I --+- 1
ed.-West Palm Beach Run. I '
6 All communication except from our authorized grant the petition for an election when the "profitless"and favors "excluding the outsiders" -.- "What will be the third fill! traln"i!.

0 correspondent, must fie signed by the writer. matter is brought before them at their December He writes: Osceola county" should hold a fairst { load of cattle shipped from Kissimmsf: .
'f Rejected matter will not b returned unless called The rather profitless results of the official ; to the ranches of J.
for. meeting, which is the intention of those who have recent meet- St. Cloud and appoint Tiiplett |, T. McElroy, at i
favored the movement. ing in Jacksonville of the various press associations \ chicken rnapector.-Mucl'lenny: ( ) Odessa, Tex., is to leave' today and \l -

(Entered In the Poctofflce In Klatmmee. Florida. It was shown in these columns last week that the of Florida, outside its social features gives adde: Standard. (.! will consist of twenty-two to twenty.. I
e. Hecond-clas matter. cost to the tax payers in annual millage will be no strength t to the suggestion of The Tampa Tnbunr three carloads of stock off the Osce.oln f'!
that only bona fide should be ad- The next meeting; of HIP pilitois, will) "
r .FRIDAY) NOVEMBER! 5, 1915 larger to secure these roads than to build a few newspaper men prairies, says the Kissimmee Valley .
miles each year as can now be done under the mitted to membership in such associations. The be in KiKKiniiiK'f next suriuucWill/ (Gazette, of Friday last. The Ga-

special state law passed by the last session of the Telegram has recently given its full endorsement t tr this bp a meeting+ of HIP editorsat, uItells: \ that a trainload of seventeen
roads the Tribune's of the but the lust a coming! tngethpr! of t the) politicians i'
Talk good legislature. Tins law provides that the county view subject matteris "cars left Kissimmee just a week
__ be lawyers, ad l men rru,d{ w )holrsule" ) { ,
too to dropped and the ,
1 important state
: : commissioners may assess seven mills annually for papers preMoiis Florida live stock is at-
( Discuss the proposition of bonds with your neigh- the purpose of building hard-surfaced roads. This should agitate the matter until a long needed reform -I I lappr , 11 act ing attention and the industry

bor I millage at the present assessed valuation of prop- has been effected. Our press associations will The third full tiamload shipment/ / must grow and expand enormously in

.? erty produced between $30.000 and $40,000 and never have any value outside their social and jun- of cattle from Kissimniee" tins) seasiuileft o"s"1ul'nce.-Florida' Times-Union.
will build between three and four miles of roads an keting features until we put them on a serious business 4.Armour" i
of last
that the hitter ,
Oiceola county must do her part in the system nually. basis and this can't be done until perfect com- city pail' McLaughlin, of Sanford ,
week for Odessa Texas. The) shipment '
of roads of the state. the munity of interest is secured by excluding outsiders. I has a new name for Fords. He
If entire $250.000 issue is needed this seven consisted of :22!:! tin, Io"dFI.! I. calls
'- mills will lake care of the interest even if it is Pierce Tribune. them i "Tin Lizzies. And to add lit- ,

I We need a hard-surfaced highway from Kissimmte placed as high as six per cent, and still provide a WANTS WIDE ROADSW. I <00- '' piary approval to the term a writer

to St. Cloud and from Kiuimmee to the sinking fund to retire the bonds at maturity should E. Parmenter, president of the board of I Congressman S. :\1. Spmkiiinn, of ( in the Saturday Evening Post sup.

t Polk county line. that time be set within ten years. If the maturityof trade of Orange Park, Clay county, has sent to the Florida, and J Charles R. (Cusp, of i plies the same name in fiction, speaking i

- the bonds .is set farther in the future the annual Florida press and to other boards of trade in the Georgia together with Major Ladue. of the "tin Lizzies" chugging up

There are visitors in your city every day. Are millage for this \purpose could even be set at a state a circular communication advocating wider United States Army Engineer, have a hill.-Kissimmee Gazette.

you doing anything to make them feel at home and lower figure. And the beauty of this plan is that the right of way for public roads. HIs communication accepted an invitation of the Kissim Armour never invented that name.

want to come again > roads will be built immediately.Right reads as follows: mee board of trade for a I trip down he swiped; it. Why, they tacked that i tdisrespectful

I here there is another point which shouldbe The road builders of today are neglecting a very I the Kissimmee river November !9th title on our good old J

Keep thinking and talking about bulkheading noted. If the roads are built as suggested immediately important point. Senators Fletcher and Bryan have also )- Ford which we preferred to call Mary *:
on the will the benefit : been invited,-Ft. Pierte Tribune, (Garden! because of her beautifulvoice >
the lake. It is not a forlorn hope. Some day the property owners get The motor car is a new thing in the world and i !it
in increased land .Values. That there will -4I when" we were using her '
at once conditions. forpunching
talk aboutit creates entirely new ?
I lake will be bulkheaded. The more you I]I The Osceola county commissioners ;
be l an increase is evident by past experience. And The travel of the future will be great. I ( rows on the plains. of wes-
the think about it, the more plan very have '
more you you subscribed for <;00 ('Opll'ht'h of tern Texas '
tins I increase affects every part of the county in a The fashion should be set at once for a hundred- years aR'o.-Auhurndale'
for the it will be done. the Kissimmee
it, sooner Valley Gazette; and the : New Kra.Osceola.
more or leas degree whether the property happensto foot right of way on all main roads. : St. Cloud
-- --- Tribune for distribution
be on the line of the new roads or not. Tins increased One half should be developed first ; the other up -+-
Some weeks ago we suggested a Young Men'sChristian north have subscribed for advertisingspace ; ( county is making splendid 'Ii
value of the will the ,
property increase assessment could be used by the former owners under a free
Association for Kissimmee. We also suggested in the Tampa Tribune YearBook strides A mass meeting was held at ,
rolls and thus reduce the millage, so that lease from the counties until it needed. It will
that the ministers of the various churches is and have called for bid* for 10-, KixHinimep during the week to agitate
the who not directly benefited by the roads
man is be needed
1 a committee to lay plans for the organization surely some day. 000 booklets for free distribution a bond issue of $250,000 to build ';I
compose will have even less to pay than he would have under Allowing ten feet for sidewalk the first hard- (
a I
of a Y. M. C. A. No action has yet been taken. What have our county commissioners' | good roads, principally the Polk county )]
the yearly assessment plan.It surfaced road should the .
center on remaining forty
done ?-West Palm Beach Sun. | link and a road between Kissimmee
is understood that the St. Cloud people are feet. The model to be worked to is two forty-foot -000-- and St. Cloud. ,;

i We believe there is an ordinance prohibiting; heartily in favor of the bond issue and the St. Cloud roadways two ten-foot sidewalks and three rows The Kissimmee Valley Gazette in a i I of ten thousand Contract booklets for an issue 1.:
f. the breaking of glass bottles or similar objects on Tribune came out last week in favor of the plan. of shade trees--a most popular plan for a hot cli- lengthy article says the various coun a committee was let, and ii
t the streets of the city. If there isn't, there shouldbe. Among other things the Tribune | was named by the board f.
says; ties of Florida have bonded for about of trade to
If there is should be enforced, for recentlywe mate.All ; accompany a party of congressmen (
it "We believe our people and when we say our travel of course lakes the right hand road. ten million dollars, which means three down the

have seen ragged pieces of glass broken on the people we mean all the people in Osceola county The grade should allow! crossing from one road to thousand miles of good roads. In the with a view to Kissimmee river
principal paved streets of the city. will bond issue of TWO HUNDRED AND getting a much needed i'y
vote. a the other. There is such a street now at Orange tabulated part of the article no mention appropriation for river
: FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS to build a hard- Park in Clay county. The oaks are thirty-five years is made of the one million recently Several river trips have 9s I

f The Pensacola News, which has shown big improvement surfaced road from St. Cloud to Kissimmee and old and sixty feet high and shade the street. voted by three districts of Volusia I taken with the same object already in been

under its new owners, appeared last from russimmee to the Polk county line, and to On a single road with a fifty-foot right of way county. It would not surprise us to and all have agreed that the view '

} Friday in thirty-six pages devoted to the coming bUild a first-class road from St. Cloud to the Bre- two ten foot sidewalks and thirty feet (f9( vehicles, see the total for good roads in this is needed. It improvement ..,

Escambia County Fair. The edition contained a vard county line the latter being the main tribu- when autos are standing at each curb there is not state reach double the figure set by calculation might be an interesting -
as to how
wealth of information concerning Escambia county tary to the Dixie Highway room for safe passing of vehicles going in opposite the Gazette in the course of the next river trips it takes to make many '
and was .well illustrated and edited. This is a commendable stand on the part of the directions and this difficulty and danger increases two years. The agitation for good propriation.-Orlando an ap-

-: :- St. Cloud Tribune and the St. Cloud people and we with the traffic. Reporter-Star. .

In Peabody Mass.. last week twenty little believe that now is the time for St. Cloud and Kis A single-track road should be sixty feet wide. .
.a . &. . .. . .. . .. . - , t
children were killed in a fire panic and some of simmee to get together on the proposition and work The middle line of the new roads is generally i .y p11 a c 8 o c fto 00000000000+0,1

them burned to death. Lack of proper fire drills hand in hand for the good of the county as a on a section line or other line between two owners. li'PR

was given as the principal reason for the disaster. whole.If. If the fashion is set for a hundred foot right of way COMMENTS j jThe

held regularly we want these roads and believe that the feet.It I .
Thanks to Prof. Evans fire drills are we a owners will give fifty . ,
in the Kissimmee schools. We hope that no fire ,. majority of the voters of the county do want them. will seldom be necessary to buy.If . . . . . . "- .- .- .- .- .- .. .. 'O'OOOOO.t..OOOO'OOOOO'....

e will ever threaten our little ones, but we trust that then let's get busy and push this bond issue question county commissioners will insist on the hun- Davis temperance law seemsto tonal
1 r if it does Prof. Evans* fire drills will prove effective. I It I to a successful conclusion. Let's keep the dred feet and make it a state-wide rule supported by be havinga quieting influence papers a drawing day on the New York news- 1

I! : campaign of education booming all the time. Let's public opinion owners will fall into line and give on Jacksonville. Not an election and a week but something like $250

t The Lake Worth Herald was somewhat "peeed" \- hold some more open air meetings and let the peo- the land. not a political announcement in a much difference hanged between if we can see
ple thoroughly understand the proposition as a The double-road plan allows speed with safety their stuff
in its last "issue because it was almost necessaryto fortnight -Palatka Times-Herald. and that of some
whole. and the of will in future be increased poor devils who fill
use force to stop the Dixie Highway tourists ill speed motor cars -+- a page a day at considerable less y
>. that city recently. The editor closed hi. screed with --- on long runs. A corset-fitting film was shown to $250 a month. If the than
the statement that '''tl e towns were here first and REAL PRESS ASSOCIATIONS The point is that, it is the duty of the pioneer ladies only at Pensacola last week, and per editorials New York pa- a

( therefore we believe it is the towns that make the :- road-builders of today to provide for the travel of the Pensacola papers are talking of those in Bob*".ire Oean's a bit better than r'
", highway and not the highway that makes the Since the meeting of auxiliary press associations the future. exercising the Sherman law on the olis we:' must:be ahort on Metrop- F

k, towns". He maybe right but over this way we in Jacksonville recently there has been much Fifteen year ago in Chicago a street a mile long play house. That's right.-give 'em of highbrow-editorial) offerings.appreciation" ;I

:: believe that the highways will be the making oft printed in various papers of the state in regard to between Grant and Lincoln parks was widened from fits.--Clear-water Sun. Time*' I.-UHlng- It straight There The areCa

f f towns or rather their remaking into cities. the movement started by the Tampa Tribune in sixty to two hundred feet. It cost ten million dol- Pat Murphy threatens-O- to write number ofpapers in Florida that '
lars. a
: :- favor of making the Press Associations exactly what ret up a better editorial
If the who laid that could book on the inside political history of page than do
people out street
and while fellow calls their those
our New
Every some imply.
tit once a I names York -highbrows
have looked ahead the would have been Florida. If Pat will write the book -and the *|
attention to errors in our columns and it does our I The Tribune suggested that it was not right and expense Times is one of them. #
We ijj
and show
the first proofs to few of judge of
only the amount of the surveyor's bill. In less degree u f
soul be able show these individualsthe for the of so-called
4t good to to same proper time press associationsto his course from our own
made other In be taken with to'the such things will happen some day in Florida friends he can make more mon'yby appreciation of $
peculiar errors by newspapers. up topics foreign interestsof suppressing{ the hook than he an editorial, which we believe is not f"ess
j one of the big state dailies recently there appeared the newspaper editors and .workers of the state. wherever narrow roads are built. can that that of the
under a Vienna date line the following: "An of- No one would expect that an association of, physi- California has awaken to the idea and has some in .publishing It.-Wauchula Advocate I and after all, a average mortal, ; I
newspaper editorial J
ficial statement issued by the Austrian war office cians would allow in its membership all the dentists, main roads one hundred feet wide. is !good or bad in
-4- proportion it
today says: Here followed a patent medicine druggists, veterinary surgeons and others whose As soon as Florida gets hard roads the travel Grapefruit has been selling as high appreciated by the mediocre.-as Arca it

reader telling of a "wonderful antiseptic." This line of work is associated with that of the doctors by tourists and citizens by motor car and motor as 2.00 a box on the tr..s. near Na- dia Enterprise.
i all right but instead the include in their member- truck will rapidly increase and will grow in timeto
was a war item a war on germs yet press associations ranja and Princeton.We -. -

.' of Germans ship job printers, advertising agents, lawyers poli- enormous proportions.. have heard of some quotationsat What would happen if the war were
ii : .r-- ticians and any number of other kinds of men. The climate and the motor car will accomplish 225.: Many left to the men who are fighting it I
t The truck growers in the neighborhood of Kish This movement to make press associations com- it and it is time that the road builders awakened holding for higher grove prices.owners-Home are- instead of to the king and diplomats, 1

h, simmee believe that there is advertising value in the ply with the "pure food law" in being what their to the entirely new conditions. Beside the questionof stead Enterprise. is indicated in this story told by an

a name of the town. They have wisely changed the name implies without the addition of adulterating safety and convenience there is the question of -+- English officer: !

I name of their organization to the Kissimmee Pro- ingredients is not a new one but it is one which beauty, of civic pride and the satisfaction of building The tourist party was met at Kis The day before the big British attack -

se, ducts Growers. This name will be placed on, every should be given serious consideration. When the right for all time. simmee by H. C. Stanford, president, near Loos, in Northern France

package shipped by the members of the organization Slate Press Association meets in Kissimmee this Road builders must realize that the motor car and J. W. Prentis, secretary of the the British soldiers in the first trenchsaw

in addition to the name of the individual grower. spring definite action should be taken to define the has brought entirely new conditions. Kissimmee board of trade, and others a board shoved up by the Ger-

Kissimmee will get good advertising from this qualifications of a member so that the organization They must lay out the roads wide enough for all who entertained the netire number mans in the trench opposite. It bore I

pg..t source, and we compliment the growers upon their may be composed of men who are actively engagedin time while the land can be got for nothing. It is a for luncheon at the Graystone Hotel the inscription :

f i action. the production of newspapers.When duty. After luncheon the brick streets were "The English are Fools."

the South Florida Press Ossociation was inspected, as was also the sawdust I Nobody
l r The quarterly bulletin of Rollins College at organized a number of years ago. W. B. Harris, one Florida editors meet now and then, just as they brick, a small portion of which had' shoot at it.took Soon the trouble even to

Winter Park indicates continued success for that of the present owners of the Valley Cazetet, urged did at Jacksonville and promise and pledge to stand been laid on one of the principal then raised the board was lowered -

prosperous school. The bulletin begins with this that such qualifications be imposed upon''the mem- by a fixed schedule of prices for advertising. Someof streets. This new brick will doubtlessbe i dition : again with this ad-

i r f statement : bership, but he was voted down by the members. them forthwith proceed to their place of publication used extensively in road building "The French )

\ Rollins College has passed her thirtieth year, an We are glad to note that at ibis late date the editors 1 and accept any old price they can get. We as it will come somewhat cheaper The English are Fools.

; important mile post in her history; not in any sense of Florida newspapers are beginning to see that it know this, because we see advertising printed in than the hard bricks, and appears to too. But they began soldiers ignored that

I a turning point for the past is secure in a noble will be to their benefit to have an organizationwhich some of them which was offered to us at ridiculous have lasting qualities. Arcadia the board was lowered to wake up when .

i k-, record of worthy and efficient service. But she will be composed of men who are definitely prices and which we refused. News. hoisted with the legend again and

; facet the future under conviction of great oppor- aligned with the press. : :- -+- "We are Fools.: "*

r tunity. The Sarasota Times says: Shame on you, Ed. Lambright! We thoughtyou A Santa Rosa county boy has received That drew loud and
A association should be of a medal for growing the great- prolonged ap- ,.
f newspaper composed kept up to date,. yet in those witty paragraphsof plause. The next time the
The Alabama Paving company, which has the I nothing but newspaper men. The Tribune is right yours in the Tribune you say that the "Macon est number of bushels or corn to the appeared the British board dis-

.rt contract for the building of the three miles of brick I in its efforts along this line. Of course, the average i Telegraph credits a 'pome' to the OkeechobeeFla. acre in Florida his average being for its re-appearance waited eagerly

I 1--'rl paving in Osceola county to link up with the Orange i country newspaper man has to be a job printer to ( .) Call which is all right except that there 170.2 bushels to the acre. The young an uproar of applause, and burst into

.l county road lo Orlando asked the county commissioners a certain extent enabling him to run a country pa- I 'ain't no such paper'." Why the Okeechobee Callis farmer is a member of the Boy's Corn read ; when they

': for a sixty days extension of time on per. If he didn't get a little job work thrown in the liveliest youngster in the newspaper family. Club in his county, and the medal was i
d their limit. The called for the there wouldn't be transmitted through Governor Tram- "Why Not All Go Home!"
contract contract occasionally many newspapers in Next time we see George Rice, we're going to tell
i ', completion of the highway on or before January1st. the smaller towns to help boost and build them up. him to put you on the exchange list. mell with a commendatory letter from For once, in one little segment of

.' The commissioners wisely limited that extension We are opposed to having exclusive job printers, --,.; :- that official for the young man's in- two thousand miles of trenches, common -

to thirty days and politely told the contractors lawyers doctors and such like as members of the If you believe in good roads and bonding as dustry. The medal and letter will be sense reigned. The next day 1

f that the road must be finished before the Orlando press association as job printers and such are no the beat method of getting the funds to build them prized by the recipient all the daysof they' ran bayonet through each other ,

y I fair opens in February. We are sorry that it was more newspaper men than is the livery stable man. talk about the plan to your neighbor. Show him his life, and he hks every reasonto a riba.-Jacksonville Metropolis. \1' ,

4i necessary to grant any extension, but the contact dentist, school teacher, eta the benefits to be derived from good roads. Tell feel proud of his achievement. Thisla Friend-I \

i i era declared that it was impossible to the brick Quoting a number of papers which have come him that Osceola county must keep up her reputa- but one evidence of the good work I wit.'. picture see you have.turned your \

j r in time. rAt any rate, we 'hope that the road will out in favor of the press association for newspapermen tion as one of the progressive counties of the state. done by the movement to keep the rather to the wall. Isn't that ;

kH ia ,counties below us caD use the new brick road The Florida papers are all coming out strong tweD -be miles of brick roads without any increase Reporter-Star. ural. You- ; It seems more nat< ;.,. ".

., i, ',' to attend. :.the. Ftr.County Fair in which Osceola for a strictly newspaper man membership in the ia a Ua.*. I Talk good roads whenever you have Th. Tampa Time-+- remark that home I 'spent ace In. most lIattoaJOC of m.tiJn./fr : F I
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"'OI'C I.OMt HK 4IK MOHTA,..; each part of acid contained in the and intestinal ailments. Eat as much

I. 4 treult Court for the Mra'b Judicial juice, the acidity of the juue to be MANY SEE MIRACLES and whatever YOU like. No more distress -
MIGRATORY BIRD LAW IS TO BE ENFORCED C Irrult of tae Ht.te-of Florida, after eating, pressure of gs in .
calculated citric acid without
I. ..d for 0..1. 1 ..aat,. as wa- IN GEORGIA the stomach and around the neart. ..
1 l\ < HANI hHl ter of crystallization. The Bureau .
SPORTSMEN WARNED THAT FEDERAL REGULATIONS FOR Eolith Klvrld. Lumber 4'o.. a Florida Get one bottle of your druggist now ,t
also considers Florida to be
t'urpor tIen PROTECTION OF WILD FOWL !MUST HE OBSERVED >... immature if the juice does not Sufferer Rescued Swiftly After Hope and try it on an absolute guarantee !
M.ry'F;. arlnK.' a .Mlnplr Noma., II. con- Had Faded and Long Treatments if not satisfactory money will be re-
.T l>. \\ .0'1.. aad Ja M. I*. s.Ilh.a* .!. wife, and l>*.*kleln Failed. funded. ikr
)' tions Nov 15- '.>B4meR>t (oaipaay. a Florida ('orOHOFK of, 8 parts to everp part of acid
Washington, I D. C.-With the approach : Delaware Louisiana p..r.tlo.. Sufferers all over the state of Georgia -
shooting Jan 1 West Oct. 1.Dec. 1 contained in the juice, the acidity to iw'I
of the open Reason for ; Virginia ; have found a ready deliverancefrom TM Sly LIttle Man.
wild fowl the United States Department Georgia Dec. 1-Jan 1. It II \\:'A RING FOR 1''I".U''TIO'liTO ANI> Al-l- OTHKKS be calculated as citric acid without the ill. of stomach troubles peculiarly know of a dry little air little man w.
of is Shore Birds Black-Breasted and wHOM IT MAY roNCKHNIt : water of crystallization. common in the south. Who' com** o'.r our threshold ..h..on. I
Agriculture warning ,
Remarkable stories of health h. 4
appearing. I Hill of regained can
sportsmen that the Federal regula- Golden Plover Jacksnipe Yellowlegs Complaint filed "rnt h"ea above styled "Owing to the fact that the investigations are told by hundreds who have Though llttla ho caroa for the' uaahlae \\00-
ca.f that U U arlntc, one of theltrepondrnta of the Bureau have not been and llsht .
tions as amended October 1, 1914 -Sept. 1-Dec 16. Exceptions: Florida therein named !I. a nonresident used Mayr' Wonderful Remedy. It
H. haunta our library when K Is s>ld>t.Whan .
will be strictly enforced. Some !misunderstanding i Georgia South Carolina Nov. 20- of the State. of Florida and lea completed the ratios set for grape it a remedy with a record. The first I
resident of Hi nclTiionIlle In theState dose i. always proof to stomach
I : has arisen from the Feb. 1 ; Alabama Louisiana Mississippi of North Carolina, and that the fruit and for Florida oranges are sufferer who tries it. any It i. quick. pap .Is reading hi.. paper ,with
Nov. 1-Feb aid Kespondent in over the aK<* oftwentyone lower than those which are beileved can, n
1 Tennessee
fact that the various state laws do not Texas ; years and that he h... been Here are what two users say: And fift dosing all anus; In the cuahJonod "
always conform to the Federal regulations -' Oct. 1-Dec 16; Arizona California haunt from the Htate of Florida for to be the lowest for properly matured REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro. Ga. armchair: d't

This is regarded as unfortunate Oct. 15-Feb 1 ; Utah (snipe) Oct. of more the than said sixty bill,da and> n J prior that to therela the flllnjf no fruit. It may therefore be expectedthat -"I just escaped the operating table. When mamma looks up from.... _m.- i f.;
Bon In the Stale of Florida, (hrservice Now I can eat what I please. I wouldbe "My daar. 1''
but in such cases the Depart- 1-Dec 16; Utah (plover and yellow- per of a subpoena upon whom the requirement will be made glad if everybody suffering' with ...... tb..aadm.n's "'";
: ment must insist upon the observance legs) Sept. 1. 1918.Insectiverous would bind the Bald KeapoiidentIT more strict after data from several I stomach trouble could learn of your $"
of the Federal regulations birds protected indefinitely crops are remedy.
j the Maid K I W..rlnllt' be and he In i 0
SALISTA THOMAS 55 La FranceSt. Than I hunt round Ute curtain on top I
The department will consider any Band-tailed pigeons, curlew h"'hy required to appear to the Hill The Department with the informa- the books.Naath --
Ii of Complaint rued In said caune on orbefore ., Atlanta, Ga.- have taken your "
. recommendations submitted in goody swans, cranes, and smaller shore Monday the 6th; day of December tion available as the result of its investigations remedy five week. It has done me table and tabla. In all sorts of r1y
I 1915, otherwtae the allefratloriB nooka. ,It
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faith for amendment of the regulations 1918; woodducks in Kansas and West of the said Bill will In due cour.e regards the tests as defined much good. I feelllle\ I hardly know And out on Ute atairway and down In the L r.:.i
') but will hold no public hearings Virginia, rails and wood ducks in California of law he taken. aa .ollr..d by the for determining the immaturityof my strength-my appetite is fine." hall ,
aid' RespondentIT Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives but I can't Ond the sly UtUe aandmsa a4 1J
thereon, nor will It amend the regulations and woodcock in Missouri are IS FURTHER ORDERED That. California oranges and for deter- permanent results for stomach, liver ,
i, prior to October 15, 1916 It is also protected until September I,1' this Order be published once a wt < k mining the immaturity of grapefruitand
for four rorifiecutlve weeks In the KIsaJmtnee -
the purpose of the department to con- 1918 I Valley Gazette. a w.*ekln*.w Hi Florida oranges as being fair --

form the regulations to the wishes of Shooting prohibited between sunset 1>nt aper Ion' I In published the County and of of sctola general and cirt the'u- accurate and reasonable tests

the majority of sportsmen so far as and sunrise; or at any time on the !State: of Florida f1
Oranges and grapefruit, .n common
This November 3rd. A 1>. 1915 GOOD MAN CONDEMNED
it can be done and at the same time !Mississippi river between Minneapolis H'I Ct Seal) J I- <)FUSTHKFTAs with other articles of food, in
and after Olerk < lr .utt Court
fowl Memphis January
give wild the necehsary protect 1.
I JolI-lSTIIN: & tion. 1915 As ('eu reel 1 for Complainant 4fi-41U.
adulterated "if coated
Federal regulations divide the ------------------------------- -----
colored powdered or stained in a
United States into two zones. Zone inferiority Credit Fiend
manner whereby damage or
No 1, the breeding zone, includes the S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE concealed" The .,
Stales of Oregon Idaho, Colorado is of the only announce the It it easy to keep a food reputation when yon do.'t k... to pay part of the i
meat Department affecting

p Nebraska, Iowa Illinois Indiana EXPLAINS IMMATURE FRUIT LAWPOSITION shipment of immature citrus fruits Other Fellow's Bills. fj;
Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with which and shippers are
growers 17 The Granulated Sugar _______ __ 11.00
and all states north of them. Zone : at present concerned is that given in T---------------- ------ -- 1 !.
8 lbs Granulated Sugar .50 ]:
No.2. the wintering zone, includesall I Food Inspection Decision 133. In that -------------------------------------- I ,
APPLICATION OF FEDERAL FOOD AND 4 tbs Light Brown Sugar .25 :
states south of those named. REGARDING ------------------------------------- 1
the stated that
TATION IN INTERSTATE COM- decision view was 16 lbs Fancy Head Rico 1.00 .
I The regulations prescribe seasons DRUGS ACT TO TRANSPOR immature which have ----------------- --------------*----- -1."

as follows: MERCE IN IMMATURE ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT FULLY green, oranges 1 Ib Beat Creamery Batter __________________________.:._________ JS "'
been colored holding ina
artificially by
},. s,. Open Seafeona for Migratory Bird in SET OUT IN OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION. warm, moist atmosphere for a short 10 lbs Meal or Grits __________________________________________ .25 !'.;

; ) 1915 Under Federal Regulations period of time after removal from 24 Ib Sack Pillsbury Floar _________________-_________________ 1.00

Jt -Zone No. 1. -- 12 Ib>> Sack Pillsbury Floor ',___________:-_-_-: __________-*__._...-- .so
the tree colored in
;l .... Waterfowl-Sept. I-Dec. 16. Washington D. C.-The Depart- in transit. These seizures led to numerous whereby are inferiority is concealed a manner and 24 Ib>> Sack Roller Kinf Flour __________________________________ 1.00'

;, ( Exceptions: : Massachusetts, Rhode ment of Agriculture has been requested requests that the Department therefore adulterated. In the 12 Ib>> Sack Roller Kinf Flour _____________..____.,______.*___-?* .50 .

't n Island, Oct. 1-Jan. 1. New York, Con- by growers and shippers to defineits announce tests for determining: the are opinion of the Department grapefruitwhich 1 Peek Irish Potatoes __________________________________-_____. ; .30 d
necticut, Pennsylvania Oregon position with respect to the application immaturity of oranges. have been similarly treated are 7 Cans Baby Pet Milk _____________________________:__________ .25">

t Washington Idaho Oct. 1Jan. 16. 'I' of the Federal Food and Drugs In November 1914 the Bureau of also adulterated. The Federal Food P Cant Vienna Sausage __n__________________________________ .45 i 4
I Act to the transportation in interstate in its service 1 Can Tuna Fun .07
New Jersey Nov 1-Keb. 1. Minnesota Chemistry announce- and Drugs Act prohibits the shipmentin --------- -----------------------------------

North Dakota South Dakota Wisconsin I' commerce of immature oranges ments issued the following statement: interstate such 2 Cans Premier Shrimp _ _ __________________________________ .25

Sept. 7-Dec. 1 1. land I immature grapefruit These re- "As a result of the investigations, and grapefruit.commerce oranges 3 Can Chili Con Came ______________________________________ .25

; I (Rails, Coots, dallinulrs-; -Sept. 1 to quests have been accompanied( by re- carried out during the season of 1913 ,,3 Cans A *t. Soup _______ _ ____ _____________________________ .%SI

Iff41).c.I > 1. Exceptions: Massachusetts, quests for modification of the tests and 1914 the Bureau of Chemistry The Department therefore gives I J Can Corned Beef Huh --_--__ __ ___--_____--__----___________ .10 'i

f Now: Hampshire, Rhode Island Aug.151)ec. announced by the Department for determining considers California oranges to be immature warning{ that the transportation and 1 Can Cooked Brains _______ ___________________ ______________ .20

1 1. (Connecticut, Michigan, whether oranges and grapefruit if the juice does not .contain sale in interstate commerce of oranges J Can Tripe and Milk __uunnnnnnnn______ .20

t New York. Long' Island, Sept. Ib.Dec. are Immature. soluble solids equal to or in excess 0'" and grapefruit which have been I2 Cans Corned Beef ___ __- __unnnnnn- ____ .35 !e

1. !Minnesota North I Dakota, South On April Ii I 1911! I. Food Inspection 8 parts to every part of acid contained i rtificially, colored by sweating or Can Pink Salmon _uu._._ ________n__u u____nnn__ .10 (

)Dakota, Wisconsin Sept 7.Dec) 1. Oregon Decision 13:1:i was issued with aspect in the juice, the acidity of the juiceto otherwise so as to conceal damage or :!I1 Can Red Salmon ___uuuuu_________________ ..12j

Washington Oct 1 1-Jan. 16.Woodc..kO't. to the coloring of green c.'rus: fruits be calculated 1 as citric acid with j 11 Can Green Lima Beans hhnunnuunnn .10

t 1-II..c. 1. Except This decision reads as follows: : out water or crystallization. Owing 13 Can. Small May Peas ____________--_--__--____________".---_ .25 ?

IOIIN: Connecticut Massachusetts "The attention of the Board of to the fact that opportunity has been Act and proceedings under that act 2Sc Can Sliced Pineapple ._,--____--__------__----_------___ .20 ;,

New: Jersey. Oct 10_ Dec. 1 ; Rhode Food and Drug Inspection has been I given to study the composition of will be instituted in all cases where 25c Can Lemon Cling Peaches __unnu_____?__________ .%0- +.

I Island, Nov. 1 Doc) 1 ; Pennsylvania directed to the shipment in interstate C California oranges during one season sufficient evidence is obtained Jo jus- 25c Can Green Gage Plum. _-_--______------_----__--_______- .20

Long Island, Oct lr Dec) 1. commerce of green immature citrus only the ratio set at this time is tify such action. No.2 Can Cherries ____ _ ___________________________________ .18 ,

Shore Bird, Black-Breasted and fruits, particularly oranges, which 1 lower than that which i.. believed to -- -- -----Tourist.- No. 2 Can Purple Plum. -- ___--____--_----______----_____---- .18 1
Comfbrt For the
holding be the minimum for properly matured I6 I CaDs Tomato Pulp ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ .%SI
Golden; Plover Jarksnipr. Yellowlegs have been artificially colored by I For the tourist plnuulng to go to the -- - -- -- -- -- ------ --

Sept. I-D.c. Ili-( Exceptions: Maine in a warm, moist atmosphere fora i fruit. It may therefore, be expectedthat California exposition a very suitable 1 Bottle Mapeline Extract -- --__ ______--___--____----___--___ .10 al

Massachusetts, New Hampshire short period of time after removal the requjrements will be made parting gift Is a utility case. These I 1 Ib Layer Figs - ____ __--_________________________________ .2rt

Rhode Island, Long Island, Aug l.r>. from the tree. Evidence is adduced more strict after data from several come In all sorts of practical designs. 1 Package Seeded Raisins ___--__--_----_____--_--__--__--____ ..IZi

I Dec> 1 ; New York (except Long Is- showing that such oranges do not crops are available." Oue of the must unusual Is of HoI1Wo i 1 Package Cleaned Currants ,hh-nununn_ .10

Ipnd), Sept. lH-lIec.( 1 ; Minnesota change in sugar or acid content after The value of the test laid down in stripe ribbon outside It folds over In Whole Codfish Sides, per ,Ib -- -__--_________--________----___-- .20 -
bnlf to be carried by a leather handle
North Dakota, South I>Dakota Wisconsin removal from the tree. Evidence fur- the service announcements has been I Picnic Hams, per Ib uuunnuunnnu .15 j

Sept. 7-lIec. 1 ; Oregon, Washmgi ther shows that the same oranges remaining confirmed by investigations carriedon so beg that n* the It closely silk Is also resembles bound a around hand Dry Salt Meat, per Ib --_ __----____________ _--_________--_---- 13Vi

Smoked Rib Sides Ib _ __ ______ __ __ _____ .18
i ton, Oct. 1 Dec. HiInsecfliverous ( on the tree increase markedly during the season of 1915. the edge with leather. Inside tbe case I per -- -- ---- -- -- --

i f I \ birds protected indefinitely in sugar content and decrease in On September 22, 1915, a press notice Is lined and fitted with thin black rubber Compound Lard, .per Ib ___ _ ________________________;________ .11

Hand.tailed pigeons cur acid content. Further there is evidence was issued defining tests for determining and contains pockets for every con 10 ft Pail Lard Compound _--_--_____--____--__ ________n___ 1.00

lew cranes, 'swans, smaller shore To show that the consumption of the immaturity of grape- celvable toilet utensil Yellow Corn Meal ______________________ __ ________ ___________ .10 r

birds and wood duck protected until such immature oranges especially by fruit and Florida oranges as follows Of course shapes and covers vary', Ballard's Pancake Flour _______--__________--__________--_____ .18 0 )

September 1, 1918. Rails in Vermontand children is apt to be attended by serious : will) the price but all are attractive.. Ballard's Graham Flour _____ _-_______________________________ .10 k't

woodcock in Illinois also disturbances of the digestive sys One case folds Op quite small sod contains Ballard's Edible Bran _______--__________----_____--_--__--_-- ..20Breem.D'
protected -
until 1918.Shooting tem. "With the information now avail- only two pockets one for a factcloth Egg Noodles _____________________________________ .05 ?
able the Bureau of considers the otber for comb and tooth
prohibited between sunset "Under the Food and Drugs Act of Chemistry brash Puffed Wheat __ ___ ________ ________________________________ _ ..IZI
grapefruit to be immature if the
i and sunrise; or at any time on Sec- June 30, 1906 an article of food is I Sunshine Soda Crackers ---------------------------------------4'

tions of upper Mississippi and Missouri adulterated 'if it be mixed colored juice dogs/ not contain soluble solids : Black and brown is one of the new I Battle Creek Corn (IFake. __ _ -_--___----__----________,_----__ .07 is ;

.' Rivers after January 1, 1915. powdered, coated or stained in a man- equal to, or in excesj of, 7 parts to autumn combinations. I 3 Packages Post Toasbes hunuunuunnnn_ .25 r

I 3 Packages Jello Powders _ __ .25,
Open" Seasons for Migratory Birds ner whereby damage or inferiority is hnnunhnn
-- --- -- --- -- --
1 in 1915 Under Federal Regulations. concealed.' It is the opinion of the oooo ooooooooooooo 2 Packages Sulphur _nnuhunUnunnu____ ..Os.Z a

.-Zone No. 2. Board that oranges treated as men- Packages Epsom Salts .___ _-___ ---- _______----__--________-- .0$

Wat..rfo..I-Oct. 1-Jan 16. Exceptions tioned above are colored In a manner lOc Bottle Castor Oil --- -_ -_-- -_ __-- --_ __--__--___________ .06 ti

: Delaware Maryland Districtof whereby inferiority la concealed and INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet "Samflnsh" __ _._ - __ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ .____ _-__________ .25 ',
3 Cakes Toilet .ti'
Columbia Virginia North Carolina are, therefore adulterated The Board Soap hhUhUUuuuunu__ ,10

) 3 Cakes Castile Soap .__ __________ .10 'J'
Alabama )Mississippi Louisiana recogniEes the fact that certain varieties us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. UhUuhunh .
of attain maturity as to 1 Pint Grape Juice ----- --- --- ----- -- ... .20
Nov. 1-Feb. 1 ; Florida Georgia oranges ------ -------- ----
y', South Carolina, Nov. 20-Feb. 16; Mis size, sweetness and acidity before the Information in regard t'. property for HEADQUARTERS FOR..=: '

sour!, Kansas Oklahoma Sept. 15J color changes from green to yellow, sale and rent cheerful.y given. COFFEE, TEA, OLIVES, JELLIES, JAMS AND PICKLES .i :ir-

J February 1; Arizona California Texas and this decision is not intended to interfere WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT ",41 'hTAYLOR'S
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j-:: : Rails, Cpots; GalUnule&-Sept. l-i oranges." Only reliable companies ,iti our list.iTAGFN 1 t

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Gtizens Bank
Second Floor EWg. ,
California (coots) Oct. ArizOna'j' which had been artificial/ colored by -

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.. THE KISSIMMEI VALLEY CAlEtTE' : .. . ., . .., FRIDAY;HOVEMIE* i,.i i j*tie lrt' "

+ ;: MM M IMMMMMMMMMMM (0)) 10,000 New Co'E. Expert. aDd earn club! ' : .-.!:.r:,:.:.'"."ln" orkln" :'. -

R. A. Dewson Sanford.f Judging i R.D WARING LOSES the plan and {Interesting- women

Notes ( ) Comrades of the Talk .' of Klssmmee} In the ,movement,

oJ! Society .* j Quiet Hour. Mrs.'E. V. Hoi- The prise list up to dale follows! HOTEL IN BIG FIREST. .;The'general plan is to have the-

lenbough,St. Cloud. $30 for short course at, Tallahassee, club divided Into department, as

(Mattie Bell Harrta. Editor.) (C) 10,000 New Tenth Legion Co School Board. JOHN HOTEL. IN HENDER- many at. may be desired, .pre..ntincthe

aries. Miss Mattie Bandy, Gold watch, Pr... Painter Fertilizer various literary, artistic, civic, or
Kissimmee. Co. philanthropic activities of club life;
U all l of tie Gazette to serf Item FORMER RESIDENT OF KIS
b Valley
\ Request .. U patrons
h New
"rVVr ( ) 10,000 C. E. Societies. $5 In trade, M. Kate. any member being allowed to enrollin

: society CTCBU 10 the Editor for publication i ia these col_.. Warren Ingram, Winter $5 Savings Account: State Bank of SIMMEE, IS DESTROYED BY a. many departments as she chose.,
Park. Klssimmee. ; once she has enrolled In the Hart Me-

d I. . II II. II II II I II II I'01010101010101.1.,010101019- - - - - - - - (i) 5,000 New Life Work Re- $5 Savings Account, Citizens Bank ANCE 25000. morial Woman's Club which Is the

cruits. Mr. B. E. Evans Kis- of Kissimmee. name under which the corporation
PRISCILLA CLUB Mrs W. B. Harris at Mrs. B... residence i- News received here this weekf
1 smimee.j 2 subscriptions to Valley Gazette, was will pursue its existence as as club,
the Miss Makinson Mrs.S.
Mrs. J. M. Reaves entertained ; Virginia the destruction by fire of the St.
Priscilla Club at her home in North H. Bullock, Mrs. J. L. Reaves and ( ) 20,000 New Subscribers to W. B. Harris. John Hotel in Hendersonville, N. C., as distinct from the corporation proper. -
the C. E. World. Fred McGuire
Canning Machine, Osceola Hard- .
Kissimmee last Saturday Refresh- Mrs. R. L. Starling at the home of which was purchased last: summer by
Ocoee. ware Co. Non-league members joining: for
of ice and cake were Mrs. Reaves. "
ments cream {. D. Waring formerly a resident of
served. There was a large attendanceof ThurRdayMrs. G. F. Kribbs and 10.15: Music. 12 qt. preserving kettle, W. B. Mak- Kissimmee.He the club life are recognized as associate -
10:20-Presentation of plans: inson Co. members of the corporation, andas
members. The club will meet tot Miss Backofen at the home of Mrs. is understood have
to paid
morrow with Mrs. Souders. Kribbs Mrs. Beaiflan and Mrs. Ca- All South C. E. Extension Com- $2.60 in trade Palace Dru,' S'ore. 133,000 for the The loss such are extended the courtesy of
hoon at Mrs. Beaman's home, Mrs. mittee. $2:50: cash Bryan Realty Co. the Chapter House on the same terms
TJlrNIORR _. "Standards of Excellence." was partly covered by $25,000 insurance -
BAPTI Henry Aultman. White table cloth, H. C. StanfordCo. as the full members without havingany

The Juniors of the Baptist church Owing to the lack of space the All South Convention, Atlanta according here.WOMAN'S. to information received : voice in the management of the

enjoyed a Hallow'een party at the guest lists and other features of the July 1916. C subscriptions St.loud Tribune. property.

home of Miss Susie Spier on Mablwtte teas are omitted this week. Karl Lehmann, Southern: Stave Wrist watch. Cole Jewelry Co. LEAGUE MEETING As a matter df information we" wishto

street last Saturday evening. The * Secretary. Half barrel flour, Waters & Car- state here that all who were mem-

house was decorated with golden rod, SENIOR:. LEAGUE PARTY 11 :Conference, "Tried and son Orovery Co. The Hart Memorial Chapter American bers of the Hart Memorial Chapter:

ferns bamboo and blackeyed susans. The members of the Senior Ep- Proved Plans," led by District Presi- Woman's League held an inter- before the formation will still for a
Prizes have been the
promised by
and Mon-
Refreshments of punch ice cream and worth league enjoyed a Halloweenparty dent. esting important meeting limited time have the privilege of en-
Osceola Pharmacy Roberson's Phar-
afternoon. The held
day meeting
cake were served. at 210 Bay street last Saturday Afternoon. tering: the corporation. In order to
macy and C. W. Dann.
in the Chapter House and was well
f HALLO'It evening. The house was prettily dec- 2:00-Song service.2:15Devotional. make this possible to all it was decided -
PARTY attended the Importance of the business -
orated with goldenrod and bamboo. : 'Mrs. Maxwell, unanimously at the meeting
A very pleasant Hallow'een party Refreshments of pumpkin pie, sand- Sanford. HEWITT TO ADDRESS to be transacted being fully appreciated Monday to remit all unpaid back dues '
was given by the young people's class by all members of the cor-
wiches, olives pickles, apples and 2:30-"The King's Business"Officers' while requiring all members, in ac
s of the Christian church at the home of who have shown
poration, lately any
bananas were served. Those present Reports. THE TRUCK GROWERS i cordance with the new by-laws to begin -
and Mrs. A. W. Winn Orlando
Mr. on I interest in the affairs of that body.
were: Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman Reports of committees.New I the payment of dues with October

avenue last Saturday evening. The Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson, Bu)iness. --- The unsettled status of the Chapter let, 1915, the fiscal year now beginning -

house was prettily decorated with' Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Lilian 3:30-"The Best Thing My SocietyHas J. P. Hewitt general manager of House property for the last two years, I with that date.
Jack-o-lanterns, bamboo and goldenrod : the Florida Marketing and Distributing after the failure of the national Am-
of Prentis, Laura Thomas, Mattie Belle Done this Year," (one minute By sending in application to( feder-
carrying out the color scheme Harris Ouida Malloy, Nina Bratton reports from societies.) Bureau with headquarters at erican Woman's League had caused ate before the thirteenth of Novemberwe

yellow and black. Refreshments of Ruth Clark, Parah Clark, Alma Griffin 4:00-"The Efficiency Campaign" Jacksonville, will address the memo the public and some of the members shall be voted into the Federationin

aandwiches chocolate and appleswere Sarah Clark Reichart Gladys Karl Lehmann. bers of the Kisaimmee Products of the organization itself to lose interest time to be entitled to send a dele-

served. Casler, Helen Jones and Messrs Earl 4:30-Adjournment. Growers organization at the regular but the recent satisfactory ad- gate to the state convention which

BIRTIDAPARTY* Cowger, Harper Casler Jimmie Huffman Evening. meeting of that body to be held on justment of that question in the making will be held in DeLand November 16-(

Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock in of a joint deed to the two 19. A will calledto
George Lee Singletary the young Ralph Landrum, Maurice Bur- 7:30 Song service. I corpora- special meeting{ tie>

on of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Singletary, nell, Will Mason Tiller, Stanley Bul- 7:45Devotional.8:00Reports- the city council hall. All members tions, the Hart Memorial Chapted, A. elect our delegate announcementof
: I are urged to attend and listen to the W. L., and the Frances Willard Urtlon the date of which will be made
1 of Main street, invited a few childrenin lock and Russel Cole. of Resolution Com-
plans of this organization which is W. C. T. U. that had in
the neighborhood in to a party last mittee. I co-operated later, and it is strongly urged that
e afternoon to celebrate his trynig to perfect a system of marketing securing the beautiful little chapter every member of the Hart Memorial
Friday 8:10 Installation of Officers.
sixth birthday. After playing games CI E. Convention 8:20- i for the truck growers similar to house for Kissimmee has eliminated Chapter whether now enrolled in the

-Offering. I that in use by the Florida Citrus Exchange all unpleasant and difficult featuresof corporation or not will be present at
for an hour or so, the little guests 8:25-Music.
+ : for the fruit shippers. the situation and made it possiblefor that meeting.In .
were asked into the dining room Here Next Week 8:30: -Address, Karl Lohmann.
the concerned to work to-
I where refreshments of cake candy 9:Consecration and Decision women the formation of this club the
I gether with the old-time harmony and women of the Hart Memorial feel
and peanuts were served. I Service-"Life Work Recruits." BOYS CORN CLUB TO
good will. This settlement madein
t Wall than an epoc-making event has taken
George Lee's guests Were: Athalia (Continued from Page One.) C. E. Benediction.

Griffin, Josephine Griffin Hazel New- I the other April. Immediately a committeewas place and confidently expect that the
mann and speakers duringthe
HOLD EXHIBIT HEREB. appointed by the Hart Memorial
date of 191"
ton, Sola Peaks. Mary Naugle MarJorie meeting.The Monday, >r let ,
Alma Nellie Short Course For Chapter to prepare by-laws suited to will loom large in the future historyof .
a Naugle, Naugle full program will be as follows:
the needs of the organization. The
the social and cultural life of Kis-
Gilbert, Lucile Gilbert J. J. Griffin. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator '
Jr., Eustl. Peaks, Willie Gilbert and I First Evening. Canning ClubjGirls has completed all arrangements '!committee went to work at once and simmee. Elizabeth Aultman, Secy.
7:30: --Song service. a set of by-laws was submitted, which
j 8. C. Gardner. -, ., I for the Boys Corn Club exhibit
7:45Devotional.8:00"We: after thorough consideration were revised '
(J Ml_ * and contest to be held in Kissimmeeon HEADACHE A'IWARNING
w are Glad You Came"President slightly and unanimously adopted. -
4'--- CYCLE OF TEAS November 18th. The members of
(Continued from Page One.) ---
of Kissimmee C. E. There was unusually large
The weather has been fine this week the corn club are now busy getting KlMimme People Should Not :Neglect -
8:10: -"So are We" President of so I can have a home for you. number present at the meeting which \
.o all the teas for the Children'sHome I their reports ready and selectingspecimens Their Kidneys.
I District. Yours sincerely was called to adopt them and hte
: f Society fund have been well of their corn for exhibition. Backache is often nature's most
Appointment of committees. Anne Bryan Carson. greatest confidence and enthusiasmwas
patronized. Everyone is urged to go frequent signal of weakened kidneys.To .
Through the courtesy of Senator A.
8:20-Music. Home Demonstration Agent for manifested the auspicious
te all, or as many. possible of the and cure the pains and aches, to remove -
E. W. Thurman
8:25--Address, "History and Prin- Osceola county. Donegan, H. opening of the new era upon which
teas to which they are invited as nextweek the lameness when it arisen
ciples of Christian Endeavor" Vice- The Short Course program will be Manager H rtzellof the Dixie, who the Hart Memorial Corporation was
wUl be the third and last week. from weakened kidneys, you must
has lease the auditorium the
a on
president Percy Dale Winter Park. as follows: now working.
will entertain reach the If
The following ladies the cause-the kidneyH. you
exhibit will be held at Gray.toneCasino.
A 8:46--Music. Tueaday.Placing I I The most interested members of have of
next week: The boys will each exhibit pain through the small your
8:50: -Address, "The Campaign for girls in homes. the corporation had been impressedfor
a Tuesday-Mrs. John M. Leer Mrs. back, urinary disorders headaches
I I ten ears of corn in compliance with
Millions State President Curry. 9 to 10 m-Labor saving devices. time with the necessity for
a. some
j 8 nders and Miss Petrie at Mrs. Sou- the rules laid down by the departmentof dizzy spells or are nervous or depressed -

den home; Mrs. K. P. Butler and Second Day.Morning Miss Harris. I I agriculture. The prizes ot be undertaking some definite work of'a start treating the kidneys

Mrs Holmes Prather at-Mrs. Butler's 10 to 11 a. Commercial packs awarded are as follows: social nature, in the widest sense of with a tested kidney remedy.

home; Mrs. C. W. Griffin and Mrs. 9:00-Song service.9:15Devotional. Miss Warren. that term, but no real steps toward Doan's Kidney Pills have been
11 to 12 Demonstration the Board County Education, trip to that end could be taken until the
M. M. Miller at Mrs. Miller-a'home. : Miss MaggieHope a. proved good and are especially for

Wednesday-Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Oviedo. egg and its uses; Miss Well. Gainesville. property question had been settled weak kidneys. Doan's have been used .

r ', Mrs. H. H. Harper, Mrs. Rivers and 9:30: -Ten Three-Minute talk .- 1 to 8 p. m.-Canning contest. Hunter Land Co., pure bred Duroc and adequate by-laws for the govern in kidney trouble for over 50 years. I

:' w Mrs. Farmer at Mrs. Farmer's home. "How to Make the Campaign for Mil 3 to 4 p. Breadmaking demon- Jersey boar.Osceola ment of the corporation had been Read Kissimmee testimony.C. .
4 Thursday-Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. lions Go." stration. I Hardware, 2 Ibs. Natal adopted. These things having been W. Campbell, Bryan & Dmning-

4 'S_ Sears at Mrs. Tucker's home; Mrs. (a) 1,000,000 New Endeavorers Wednesday. grass seed. attended to, the Hart Memorial Cor- ham Sts., Kissimmee, nayst "I :suffered

Boice and Miss Bay at the Boice resi- Elton Moughton Sanford.b 9 a. m.--Jelly demonstration; Miss Citizens Bank of Kissimmee, $5.. poration at its regular meeting on from a lame and aching back

dence. (I ) 1,000,000 New Converts I Wells. savings account. last Monday afternoon unanimouslyvoted and my kidneys did not act a. they

Those who entertained this week Uniting with the Church. 10 a. m.-Cooking lesson; girls pre- State Bank of Kissimmee, $5 sav- to form itself into a woman's should. lURed \Doan's Kidney Tills.

were as follows: Mrs. Harry Kent, Sanford. pare lunch and eat it. account.W.
Tuesday-Mrs. E. L. Lesley Mrs. (c) 1,000,000 New Dollars for : 1 p. m.-Sewing lesson. ings mission to the Florida Federation of relief."
B. Makinson Co. cultiva-
W. B. Makinson, Mrs. R. J. Johnson, Missions. Geo. Dolive, Or- 4 p. m.-Reception in honor of out corn Women's Clubs. Price 50c at all dealers Don't!

Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs. Evans Mrs. lando. of town guests and canning club girls tor.M. This decision having been taken a simply ask for a kidney rel1H.lyI't

Witherspoon and Mrs. Cobb at Mrs. (d) 1,000,000 New Members for by Mrs. C. A. Carson. Katz, $5 in trade. committee consisting of Mm W. B. I Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that

Witherspoon's. the Peace Union. A. S. Nel- Thursday. Waters &: Carson, Bur clover seed. Makinson and Mrs. W. L. Winn was I Mr. Campbell had. Foster Milburn

Wednesday-Mrs. W. C. Bass and son, Kissimmee. Exhibit and contest; canning clubs Cole Jewelry Co., $5 in trade. appointed to co-operate with the sec- Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y.

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.> .*'.><. .a tlrs4 Wmua, t .. 3 d rI* 1 11 stratorf, went-,to 'Orlando thi*.,mom-. > lTueday.rfor. their, home in $t.. Paul, NEITHER SHE\SCORES'IN '.,..&.. .'..ol'.n.. ..._____ ..._:,""'_.._.. _'.Jt ".W&'fCW4t..111U"I10 :
Pa.Bft.7. Mm, ILl N. Br tton.r Uirn!4"} ome"week'.afroml'4 I ins to confer with R A.Young, a government .Neb.. ) ,after: :spending .Mveral day Anderson n.....,]!.j.:i._ .

W. K HAJUUS 1 .A H. 0. TAIT .A..JfWW thfi' : ; .visit| :Jtk i.r.on. .; '.botanist in regard ,to, pew here, during, .which. ,they *okl* a car- FOOTBALLCONTEST:, --., 'f1I1-::'

.J )' ba :._. ___ ' < forag. .'plants ,for Florida,, 'lead of hone an'd.mujes., | LeBean. uJL iw dI. _.. O nolt,

' ''NOfNNNN We. are now' ready fer business at, The Hart Memorial Chapter of the'I .When the circuit court convene ORLANDO AND KISSIMMEE HIGH ,Dry.and Mr*. H. H. Funk of Cindn*; ,

our new' :3>tac* the new River*' A. W...L. will hold a special meeting here November 23rd,.Judge GeorgeW. SCHOOL, ELEVENS''' BATTLEAT mad arrived Wednesday to spend the a t

T. H.' Law I Saturday Noember 13th at 3.30 to Perkins will not preside. In his FAIR winter at his HUliard'
I i The Local 1 Field 3 i "building. n. I ORANGE, COUNTY : l'1'Oy..t.. In- ",
. Will be glad to have eaT friends elect a delegate to the state convention -I stead will be Judge Whitney, of Arcadia GROUNDS AND FAIL TO COUNT land. They .W.N'' accompanied by. I]

stand.F. of the Florida Federation of Wo.' judge of the Tenth Judicial Cir- -BOYS CLAIM REFEREE WAS Mr*. C.. H. Funk and Mr. W. G. Me-.
and customers call at our new
I men' Clubs. Member will please cuit. Judge Whitney I I. disqualifiedto NOT IMPARTIAL. Claln of Billiard'. Island who "were I

. . . . . .00..00..1 H. Lawson.Mrl. come prepared to pay October dues. serve in a number of cases in .hi* called to J Jeromevill, Ohio to attend

John Overstreet .of prlando, Elizabeth Aultman, secretary, own court and the two Judges have C the funeral of their father, John .

. Weather j j arirved for a few day' visit to her I i iI agreed to this .exchange of The Kissimmee. High School foot Spreng. ,. #

: Report'Following mother, Mrs. Duke. I I The Orlando Reporter-Star says: benches.R. ball eleven battled with the Orlando

\ Russell Cole and Carl Weaver spent I Work upon the Kissimmee highway G. Canova has been appointed a High School team on the Fair. Standardization simplifies market

are daily tempera- Thursday in Orlando, "havyrg made 1 lis rapidly nearing the city limits of' special officer of the city in charge of Grounds gridiron in Orlando last Saturday ing. The consumer like a product s

tures and precipitations as reported the ttrip by 'automobile. \ Orlando and County Engineer G. R. the city dock. Mr. Canova will I look and the game ended without that can be depended on. Comparethe
by Government stationat Ramsey this morning stated that it I ease of marketing wheat and corn
either side
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. after the dock and will have boats to registering a score. The
Kissimmee for the week end-
is quite probable that the road will with the difficulty of marketing fruit
locals defeated the Orlando team in
Miss and Mr. hire. He will also] furnish bait and
ing November 4: Nellie Regero, Tracy I
be thrown open to traffic Saturday.This and vegetables. Corn and wheat are
the first of the
Max. Min. Rain; Allen motored up to Windermree last 'Mulling tackle to those who wish to game season played

Friday __ _n_ 8* -67 J.9 Sunday. highway is one of the best 1n [ enjoy the sport of fishing. Mr. Canova I here and were expecting.; another victory standardized.
it is it
the county and when opened
___. 85 65 : is an boatman and fisherman at Orlando. The local boys claim h
Saturday Mrs. George M. Dunne and two ItA '
will be more popular than ever with
Sunday .. -.. 82 61 daughters left Sunday for Moultrie: auto parties.A I and his place will no doubt prove they would have won the game, but GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED
for the fact that the Orlando refereewas
Monday ____ 84 62 Ga., where they will join Dr. Dunne I popular with he tourists and the I ,
Tuesday nO__ 83 63 and make their future home. large crowd heard the hand concert townspeople as well.\ partial to his home team. Speak- I "Your Quick's Chill Tonic cured niyhusband e i

Wednesday __ *2 60 given by the Kissimmee Concert I ing of the game the Orlando Report of LaGrippe and Fever after
of E. L. Lesley An improvement was made this erStar'said the doctor's medicine and other
Leroy Lesley, son : reme-
Thursray ____ 82 60 Band on Wednesday night of this
left for Charleston S. C. to w(>eat\ the city dock which will be dies failed." r
Sunday week and the band showed that it is Nothing to nothing was the score
re-enter the Porter Military Acade- under the direction appreciated by all those who use this at the end of the swift football game LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla.
.4..000..0..0... . .. continually improving
my. He returned home eeeral days of Prof. A. R. Marks, who is convenient landing place for their played at the fair grounds yesterday Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.
Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. treated.Do boats. On account of high water the .
have his
I ago to eyes devoting his time to perfecting the afternoon between the Osceola High "
E. Drought New Rivers Building. SOt landings have beeh overflowed, but
not fail to try the New City boys in their work. Concerts will be school team of Kissimmee and the .
.of Whittier wa through the efforts of Mayor May, the
Julian Mon tadaca, Orlando
High team. It
Meat Market--Phone 44. given regularly each Wednesday was a
council and R. G. Canova who I
city ,
the Monday.
visitor in city
a scoreless but there
winter: game was nothing
Mrs. Fox entertained( the teachersof night throughout I has been placed in charge of the dock REWARDI
I See the Sport Caps for boys and of the lacking in its interest.
the primary department
Ira Best, a deserving young man I as a special city officer, parties can
at Stanford Co. her I. The line-up was as follows: will give $25.00 for sufficient a
girls public school at home near Shingle -
who has recently entered the business now land without,ny inconvenience,
f I Orlando Kissimmee. evidence to convict the.
Born, October 28th to Mr. and Mrs.J Creek, last week from Friday after- of drawing plans for buildingsand i a landing having been built on a higher / : k
Brown __----_ _-- c. _n_____ Ashton parties who broke the lock and
C. McFarland, a fine son. noon Sunday. contracting, is now remodeling level. Mr. Canova is now -
I arranging Lewis u_____ rg. ______Lawrence opened! the gate leading Into
Mrs. Pasco Wilson and Mrs. the\ residence of his father, G.. W. to put in gasoline/ tank and will
Boring :
the Valley ___
Old papers for sale at I Connell n_ Ig. __nh__ Cooper the Redlsnd Hammock Pasture
Gazette office: tf of Dade City, were in the city last I Best, at 403 Verona street YoungMr. noon be equipped to furnish the Lott u____-'.__ rt. _____._.Ansted and who destroyed the no tree-
attend funeral of Best has given considerable study motive fluid for all motor boat own-
Saturday to the
of Lakeland Ziegler h____-_ It. ____Singletary pass signs in said pasture.
M. G. Wing and son, little Imogene Gilbert, daughter of to architecture and building and is crs. Anderson ______ re. ________Bullock
were visitor* in the cityfon) Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs G. A. Gilbert, of Haines I now prepared to furnish estimates on Imogene,. the three and a half year I will also give $25.00 for

You get the best cuts at the City City. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Boring this sort of work. I old daughter of Mr and Mrs G. A. sufficient evidence to convict S

Meat Market for 15c. Phone 44 are, sisters of Mrs. Gilbert. I J. W. Prentis has closed his piano Gilbert; of Haines City, died at the Important to Citrus Growers any partlr who are caught interfering
One Mi lion Citrus Trees
Little Miss Clara Tucker is out For an outing OB the lake apply to '| afore on Broadway and while he will i I home of Mr and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert in I Write postal today for valuable information with said said gate .or

. retain his agencies and continue to Kissimmee on Saturday last. trespassing on premises.Dated
again after a few days' illness.Call Canova, City ..Dock.1Mrs. ) morning as to Citrus Trees. Im-
this 28th of October
deal in musical instruments of all Funeral services were held at the I day -
on Stanford, the old reliable H. E. Cole\ returned to her I portant to you whether you wish to A. D. 1915.
kinds will longer maintain a store house Saturday afternoon the Rev.
no ,
shoe home in the city Monday from Tam- I : buy or not. Largest Citrus Nurseries
man. room. He will be found at the office A J. ]Holt officiating. Many sorrow )I PAT JOHNSTON.
where she was recently operatedon I in Florida on Sour Stock. Welikit
H. F. Unley, of Dade City, was a pa of the Kissimmee Citrus Growers As- sing friends and relatives attended the
at the Gordon-Keller hospital. Ikfr. Nurseries, Leesburg, Fla. 44Uanl
visitor in the city Tuesday.Ask sociation, of which he is manager. : funeral and the floral offerings were I I j
Cole went down to Tampa Sunday and
Miss Lena Lord, who has been conducting j beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert and
l your grocer for "Butter Nut"bread accompanied her home. She is greatly -
made by Reed's Bakery. 46-2t improved in health and it is the the Embroidery Shop in the 'children returned to tTieir home in ) <0)(0 L--:{(0)< 0 <
aame building, has removed to the ad Haines City Sunday. The little one
hope of her friends that she will soon I
Co. received a new '
Stanford just joining room to the south where she was brought here suffering with dys-
be recovered.
lot of Holqpcnof Hosiery. fully will continue in business.Pat entery for medical attention but de- '
New shoes for men, women and Congressman W. J. Sears returned kapite every effort' made to save her
last from Miami where he Johnston, G. P. Garrett, Joe I 'life she
children new styles and good fitters, Saturday passed away early Saturday
attended the and Johnston, B. E. Evans and Senator A. 1 'Nov. 12th
at Stanford CD'S.' banquet reception morning. Friday ;
given to the Dixie Highway tourists, E. Donegan expect to leave in Mr. I ,

Hunting and fishing trips? Canova who made the first trip over the Dixie Johnoton's automobile this afternoonfor ; '

has boats, fishing tackle and dogs. Highway front"Chlcago to Miami. a trip to Jacksonville. All\ will) WOMAN'S EXCHANGE MAKINSON HALL t'r

Mrs. Vester Robinson, of Loughman Congressman Sears was one of the attend the Florida-Georgia football Admission 50c e
spent Tuesday shopping 1ft the principal speakers at the banquet. game in the state metropilis, while t TO BE OPENED SOON M per.
Mr. Garrett will also attend the state 1 1t

city. Mrs. J. L. Saxon has resigned her meeting of the Alpha Tau fraternity,
J In response to the demand for such L:3:: > O (65 KfiT 0> p <
Gay C. Livingston was confined to position at the Dollar Limit Store of which state association he is secre- .
a place in this city Miss Lena Lord .
his home with a severe case of ton- and has gone to Orlando to join her tary. Congressman Sears, who will ,
I has rented the Beaman store at 105
silitis for several days this week. husband. Her place at the store has return with the party, i is honorary

Old papers for Household use forsale been taken by John Chapman, a we- president of the association, and will I an's Broadway Exchange and will along conduct the same a Wom-lines

20 known ;young man who has many be toastmaster at the banquet to be
at the Valley Gazette office
on which it is conducted in other
friends and who will be a great asset
tf given Saturday night.
cents a hundred. I cities. t
to thestore.. 4
Mrs. Clay Johnson leaves Monday "Pat" Murphy, who is known in almost -. All work submitted must be of a I

for Miami for a few days' visit with The local Moose Lodge will give a every city, town and hamlet in, salable nature and perfectly made, as Stop! Listen! Think! ,.

her dau hter. dance Makinson's Hall on the evening Florida, was a visitor in the city lastFriday }hone other will be accepted.All 9

of Friday, November 12th. Good articles that will ,
and Saturday. i are accepted (
fr a feg
4 "ButteV Nut" bread is better bread.Reed's ..
music has been secured and a good ular attendant at all sessions of the be fully displayed and well cared for, 'h. .

Bakery makes it. Ask your time is assured those who attend. state legislature and is recognized as and every effort made to dispose of

grocer for it. 46-2t Tickets will be sold at 50 cents per one of the fixtures at the state cap- them. Christmas is almost here. +

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tison are the couple. ital, when the solons< gather. He is 1 The annual membership fees $1,
Just want to notice
proud parents of a fine son, born October Mr and Mrs. J.' Woodbeck are now busily engaged: in poeparing for I payable in advance, and the selling serve on

29th. comfortably located at their pretty the publication of his "Guide to FlorIda : commission is 10 per cent on each you that our stock is more :,

home, 112 Grace street, which they recently ," which he publishes annually.J. { article sold, including all orders for
Lee Jarrel returned from
Monday a complete and prices closer
purchased, when Mr. Woodbeck work that are taken through the Ex
business trip to Ft. Myers and Ar- W. Hampton an old resident of
cadia., moved to Orlando from Kissimmee to Kissimmer, died at Chattahoochie last change. than ever before. Nuff said.
take charge of the Lucerne Pharma- !Miss Lord is ready to receive work I
Saturday at the of 74 Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer and little cy.-Orlando ReporterStar.R. Hampton was .taken age to Chattahoochieabout years. and will gladly give further infor- Call and see for yourself.

the week end in mation to all who are interested.
daughter, Lucy, spent
H. Ludlam, engineer for the four years ago after having .

Tampa. Taft drainage district, and J. D. been a resident of this county for NtKK ('O'SKH\ ATM IC A\K *' !

Judge J. (Hardy Walker, of Bassen- Clark, a prominent: real estate man of twenty-five yearp. His body was NATIONAL COMMISSION CO.

ger, was a business visitor, in the Kissimmee, were in Orlando today to brought here for burial and funernl *- N llr,>n
city Monday. appear before the board of county services were held at the grave in Fruit 1' IIOI.KMAI.K% .......hI.. DKAI.KIl.H I'omltrj ..:...

I comrmasioners to petition for a road Rosehill cemetery, the Rev. S. W. Your itltl piiiontfi solicited on a tmnln J
Congressman W. J. Scars went t. that will net you satisfactory rpaultM
from Taft "to Orange Center.-Orlando Lawler officiating. His daughter, Each shipment acknowledged Ite-
Jacksonville Thursday to spent a few
llabli market Information. Prompt !
Reporter-Star. Mrs. Eliza Sharpe, of Winter Haven return
days on ne a. .
was here to attend the funeral. He WHITKIHK OR SIIII
H. Edmund Swabey attended Orlando
Mrs. H. N. Stratton returned Tuesday I leaves also two sons, William Hampton .- -.
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Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F. Monday
evening from Miami, where she who is employed by the East
night at which session the following I
has been spending several weeks visit Coast railway and James Hampton, .
candidates were initiated: Rev Edward -
ing her son. whose present residence ill not known. ,
i T. Paalaon: C. C. Mason, G. I t.

S. Pelton, of Collin Ohio, was in Frank Gordon, L. T. Harrell, G. C. Kissimmee' people like bargains.

the city yesterday, on his way to St. Miller, William Wiggins, H. M. Self, This fart was demonstrated
{Cloud where he expects to spend the J. B. McKay, J. D. Baggett, and F. when the Smith Shoe company bank- SATISFACTORY EVERYDAY SERVICE

t winter. Smith. rupt sale was opened by Smith and

I Will, sales, managers. From the time
Mrs. Roy M. Chalker, of Lake City, George Sessions the famous hog a
the doors of the store were openedat
is spending a few days with her par- raiser of Ox Pond, was in the city '
8 o'clock, until cloning time at six' m
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson. Mrs. Tuesday and Wednesday celebrating
o'clock andjjcven after the storeroomwas '
Chalker will return* home Monday. his fifty-eighth birthday. Mr. Sessions crowded and That feeling of security which one should have in purchasing \ 'rS3
even though a, large ,
Miss Mildred Lee left Thursday afternoon lives near Lympkin Swamp and force of.clerks were employed they drugs is always experienced by our customers. It is most gratifying ti
declares that the bucks are'so
for Arcadia, to visit her sister numer- were kept busy all day long. Managers to us to note this, far it proves that our untiring efforts to providethe rap
our that it is to
Mrs. Z. N. Parker, and to attend man on guard all necessary the time with keep a rifleto a Will and Smith, who have had i best of service and the purest goods, have had the desired effect."r

a wedding.Mrs. considerable experience in sales, de- '
keep them from running over him. 'clared I If you will trade with us, we feel sure that our exemplary service
was the most successful
II. C. Stanford returned Sat Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sargent of they had ever held. The sale will con- will inspire in you this name< feeling of security and cause you to
urday night from a few days' visitat
Avon Park, stopped off in Kissimmee tinue for ten days.FOR become a regular customer.Let .
Tampa, where she was the guest 1
of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fox. Monday to visit their daughter Miss us be your family drugggist.
Marion Sargent. They were return-
There will be a special meeting of ing from a trip to New York City 1I 1-

the W. C. T. U. at the Chapter House and other points in the East. They SALE

Friday, Nov. 5, (this evening) at J were accompanied home on Tuesdayby ;I

J. o'clock. Let all members be present. Miss Sargent who will spend a few I i
Mrs, Ira Bass, of Kissimmee, is the days visiting them. 4 Head Good Horses

guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. C. Ry- During the past Wtek a large num- Prices rwtftinc from $75 to $150 .y

all, for several I days.-Lakeland Tele- ber of automobile tourist have visited I "
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Springing Jersey
i SAM G. RAGSDALE, President .
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gram. the city, coming through in their WW be fresh within 30 days. '

A much-needed improvement is being cars from the north. Most of them I "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE l

e ;4 made in Broadway this week in have made the trip without trouble 1 Registered Jersey Bull _' ', I' "t'

t the laying out of a new cement sidewalk but many seem to be laboring under WM MM for $75. Worth $500 When i ia Orlando visit the Lucerne Pharmacy. }

;'L: on the west side of the street th/i) delusion that the Dixie Highway ... "A' ;

' .A in front of the old and new Waring i I. completed and that good road' have W. B.. MAKINSON I I '. ..., .

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r ; off tomorrow, boss, for Tfce' QytalM .Dd rioM..ii.t' AflMt YIN. MIN "
et large, overgrown; irregular potatoes. tering upon business -either as prin-1 I "Can fret Becauee of its tonic end laxative asset,1dXae
Medium sized! potatoes are best, Have cipal or employee-but it should be'' a wedding *" / TIVE BROMOQDININKte betterUie.orduiarvQulnlae .,
d does aol _.. .
a& merronenee aor
Agricultural News 'Notes all potatoes in the). package of the understood that the vacant places "00 you have to go ? rinsins la bead Remember the lull name andVvk
I' tn- lor eilrnature ol K. W. QKOVX.
"I'd like to-I'm bridegroom.- tM.
name general ize. Deformities and 'should be filled first by the capabl

;t' FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA irregularities detract from the appearance who are residents. In time past I it - - - A .

1 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Diseased" or" bruised pota- has been understood that the northern* Dark blue stockings are the proper \

I .. toes are not desirable. Exhibit at least or the western man would always be I thing", if worn with black patent Theodore Deschner

1'r one bushel A well made and attractive employed in preference to the home ( leather boots. ,
LET SUGAR CANE: ; MATUREIf I risk of obtaining canker would be involved I
package help to win. The man-but there should be made a GUNSMITH

I I in buying seed in Florida than first five points are extremely im' change Where a local resident can I Cor. 11th and riorta. Avenue ;
'sugar/ caJie i is cut too noon the l'where. in "
selecting the that '
portant sample. be found qualified to fill a post I ST. CLOUD
making of I the plant I The Plant Ifln.ird will l h. glad to ccs'ive :
sugar prosesses : For Irish potatoes he offers the following I I pout should not be tendered the new-
will l stopped and both the yield' and the names and udili, '-M'K of points. : "Select, potatoes with I I FLORIDA'I

will, l h '. I loiula outride, of the. imikiri jcom..r. -
()unlit)' of the )product e lawtifd (gnrteers smooth .skins, mid few Very 'I
eves .
I I It I i. to I lie hoped that there may be
I I Iia\e the cane standing, .is lo"igUK i infected 1 lu ntuiy' \slio have MIII' orange latgt. potatoes arc hard to ,'ook. uneven I ii general .reversion' of the past cus W. L. Winn :
lust does not I tluialin) The I 0,1! seed foi ,,nlt> This infiu'mat ion ( PHYSICIANOffice ,
texture therefore
in and
undisiialilo I torn in the business places during the
wi-iitlii i of late fall mduiis the for will l hI' fill' "ni'-lii-il lo 'iiuisfinii'ii out fiom domestic
n standpoint
I "omlllJC season The custom autos, in State Bank Buildirg
mill ,KM] of sugar and! llll|"llPS till aute'i tin -tutt, Addt'ss'Ihnon, :\'I'W 1 Pmfoitn' size and, legular shape ate !even, of the home men should he pat- Phone 97 Office

quality| and 11.noi "f tin juite.
Mc(1u"rJ'II', stair .girl i fin tin I'm 38-2 mo
foi I the flesh white
is 01 iieaim those who have nothing to hold them '
versitof I Inndn 1 IxI.: i HSKI"i (Division' :--TllI\li- : HL\NS: :- I'KI.M;:- :in 1 Ell: I II IN''latins with an vai.. ta'te indicates' ( her desire make I : ---- .
( except a an easy ,
suggests that .1111, nun'" 'Ialld' i till thelatter i il in < \NM\: (; age I'ot.itois should not be wuter\ _
I L I living for, a short time before shaking DR. j. A. TROVILLON:
l )pint of :\I\'n.l.. in almost allY I I I i I .should fet I him when pressidin from Snecia'ist! in
I ITh..y their feet the dust of Palm Now !"s the Shooter's Tme:
1.01,1 llOn of tin. rhea. wllhnut, dinner' Green( ; -iinuli-nt food i I" iu,1 t .f- 11"pintunt the hand '1'hose with large or Iteai CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS

of fiost 1' to man a1- I it f i- to ImvtoikSoiin I, -i(.ft imiis HIP. not desirable' ExInlit county.llubnhly The hunting si-ivm is here, a'Hllhe I Cure them wthout; cutting

< For simp/ making Mi :MiQumiipHihlsis \ :; farmers' HIP 1"01' (1 ISIM' enough III least one bushel in a neat, at in this state is the only tdl: of the wcKuK, the fit Us and\ the I hem out
location. w hi're the practice of turning/ h di.,rind. I ORLANDO FLORIDA
tint I the Him .In topped' so us to build silos! so that t 1 thru t stock. only II''ai t ivi* ,pnekage." : mai-hi is not to :l3limoS.11.BUROCK i <;
flow the .II-knowlI and taking/ up GttRradvl; } Stttliit, _, oursiattrris :
to lia\e immatiiie' joint, for --- :
one eveiy -- -
.ha\t' such foml l but foi .! tt I to pioxnlian (
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The I ) inimiitiiii"
eight' nmluie joints for thi'insiKis :Stnnf- IHHMS .
\ ins '
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"' limit While there. may be found herethose' purls| c at tin Kim I II
joints, (main glucose\ whit pi events highly' nut "t 100' and offer :an ixnl I I I .:. IIIRK: rnh: II ELI' .:. 1! who are capable of becomingstole I to enure sin uss in .I hi held.1 1 '

the MI/ up from sugaring. Cut lint ""noire of sun'ulfiil food I' :for- .:. HKRK l \l HOMKhin : ': i ashlers' clerks, book.keepers, ( ;rt shells loaded with tin powJus ,

the iiine and wrndiow, it t as soon aspossihle tunitiU. they last only a hoot, 'Innr ,' .:. .:. ,: sti'nogiapht'rs, and of filling tId'} win, I II \

Allow it to ewe in t the windrow 'I 1 hey may l b o pi" esor\'d(I in Jins' (how I ':" :' :-:'.:-:-:-:-:-:-:.. -:-:-:-:-:-:-.:-:-:-:..:-.:-:. / many 'I
thtr '
positions' until those have @IpOtWI
for. st'irnl ddv'H of wt.< ks. < 'ver. and in t hi' for, betterlrvnig REAL ESTATE
i.inip.ntrM \\ their. shall lip found need of ploynuvtl' of the increased! j ji '
with liavos or trash of smin I bond,, to \\hlili the I::\1insinn,' l >l\l--loil I 1"1 Ip, about the I Ini.u.antili. establishmint1 1 business others should be merely. I SHOTGUN POWDERS .......................

pr"t..t from i frost, if tint t of l'I"ndi 1 I
i 1'mi.lty l l .
Iwag of this tit this INSURANCEExamination
\ loniing spaso"i ,plic id upon' the waiting, hSI.l' Dupont :: Baltletlte :: SchultzeDu I
'mir. fallll"l i s :ails "g"(id to 1"\' .i' why ,houlil nOI' thi home man tin I I h, Posthildien Pont Black Spo sting' powderI
KIH: i 1'1.i \ \ 111 lll\' of till II tcg. tttblra' posslhllfm home,; tlelk., tin honn. gill, the t home : I -cjih has of Titles a
.OHID\ :--1It1'P- Faih. has us (tood points"'
winti'r cnusumptla'1.The woman. l 10. ,tin. ones to reuixe the emolument ( 's frocks are embroideredin in friends and all ale' bound to net

1 1-:xtiMision ,.*,.\ II'e of .\ rl/'lII of thi' position' '' "' 'hy I is it di signs' 1 showing animals, insects d flrrd; results if your aim is n,';hl i Specialty.

Nothing will quite) equal) ) (that! palate !i\is a method of inning jrrornlians that the piimanint itsidtnt should and, birds Loaded in alTstandarJ ,!hdlr or""in', elk

tickling flavor of I londi "" 111'a:; "Sili'tt tinder luans. dealer /Pratar I.oiklrtE .
: young> .be. tinned, down and a contact madeto -- at your jl Corresoondence Solicited. f
lure made it ehptiialh for hot lusiuit sit lag' and lupak Itlani in' |boiling,| : the visitor a job"1 Cures Old Ssrts. Otftsr Remedies Ws..t Care.
gar I. Du Pont De Nemojrs &. Compinj
and butter You lannot help pausing" I water from:J to !ri minutes. drpendnigtexture I I '1'his has been the general, in 1'1 hf wont matter of bow long .t*.diii. ,
case lire cured 10"l I he I !
woaderfol. old rellbl Dr Dalaware Robert Riedel
between those Wilmington,
helpings to pity nor on the then plunge quiikUinto :I I \Ve'st Palm Heath to hire the outsuler 1'orter Anllsrpllc Uriling oil ft rvllevee j :i 1
them people who have never been Pam etui Heals mi the .ue lime. 2tc,3oc,11.a"D.dsoe's : _
told water Use a wire basketor i first and if there remained CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
introduced to it. Hut they will f
cloth for the
porous blanching soI anything else to kt the home I person --- --
to know 'it by and by and then-well I Window aid Door Screens
I, that the beans can be handled easily. I have it It is a bad habit It is" Unfair Repair

the flavor may go where so many old i l' Pack jars full. All 1 level teaspoonful to the people who reside, here theyear CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO !'STOP and Cabinet Work. )

homemade flavors have gone The I | of salt for each quart of boiling around ; who spend their money 'Phon_: Shop 216; Residence 237 #

limited supply has kept the market I water to cover the beans Put rub hire who are ready to help when Darlington AYe.. Near Freight Depot 1

from growing As soon as the peopleof tiers and tops on. help m needed in any .enterprise But MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES

this country learn what they have "If Mason jars are used leave the it has Income more the rule than the C. F. THRASHEk 5

been missing some one will commercialize top one-fourth turn loose to let air V
exception to hire the vIsitor who is I SHEET METAL WORKER
the industry. Increasing demands escape Economy jar caps may l he merely here because of the money he

will exhaust' the supply and invite made tight because they will let the may "pick up on the side while taking Llrer Tom" Is Harnlni TiCltai IIfre'. my guarantee-o to any drugstore Steel Ceilings a Specialty t
adulteration and get a fto) cent bottle l of I>od-
raw air out automatically.. Place the jarson his winter vacation in the Sunny Your feluggteh Lhtf son'. !Liter Ton.1 'I aka spoonful andif 'Phon. 141-R KlMlmmes, FU. i

money ; a wire mesh, straw or cloth in a south," than to take the man who is it down utraiFrhtenou rijfhi up
wash boiler. Weave cloth or straw continually here and Bowels. and make you feel I tine and 1 \ijfrtroUH I

1 duct "just as good." Then Florida between them. Almost cover the jars The Post is not averse to the winter want you to j jl" to the store and DR. W. W. CARSON
Imp will the ranks of Ugh Cnloml mak.oJI nick ICs get jour none) IV>I on'ii Liver Tone
poin good
with warm water. Process 2 hours in visitor coming to this locality and en"No hornhle1 '] afcv a dose of' the dangerous lit ili'Jit .ro> l injl the( ftali of calomel t>era.ufinit DENTIST
v thing past-in the regard of the water constantly boiling hard. Keep drug mifflit' ( and tomorrow yow m.y 1.a lose m real user tnedii-lne entirely' s e getable -
market Some of the older persons the water to the original level as it da\"'. work therefc,re it can not salivate or Office over Pilley Building
will remember the New Orleans mo- C alornel; 10 mercury or quirk-jlTer make you ....L.. OfTlcn Hour' R-1 *, 11Office "
boils I 'Phon. lea Realdenc
lasses. That away. which Causes necrosis of the U n*... 1 guarantee; that ol spoonful of Dod Oas Administered for Extraction'Phon.of St
was commercialized -
"Remove the jars, tighten caps in- C.lomplhen it oooaen into cont&M ",'n'a !.,\,'r lone Mill put your sluggish TeethT.
and now it cannot be had un- cert to cool and test. Wrap the jars with sour bole or a**hew. into it, breaking liver to work anal clean jour Ixvwela of

adulterated on the northern markets. in paper and store them." It up. Tide IM when you fowl that awful that sour bile sat. etmstipated l waste
According to C. K. McQuarrie, state 1 nausea and cramping f If you are fllujrffiab whith m ckggt.g your ivittem and making M. RIVERS. M. D.
for the of Florida !: and "aJ) knocked out" if your you feel .._1'.".... f guarantee thata
agent University
GIRLS' CLUB DEMONSTRA- liver is torpid and bowel coo Up trl | bottle of DndnoB's Liver Tone will PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Extension Division, there is a great I TIONS ARE O or you have lieadnclM, ), dizziness, ciMtteti keep yoor eatirr family rt\n tine for
; opportunity for the production of PRACTICAL tongue, if breath m (bed or Btooiach sour, nonth live it to your children It Is Office over Osceola Pharmacy
Florida sirup on a larger commercial t just try a ajioonful of harmless f>odM>.'. I harmless; du*.a't grip. sad they like its 'Phon. Residence II

scale. The demand is constantly Those folks who have a mind for 0 lAyer tone tonight_oa mj guaraatw I plaa**.t taaea. Office 141GEO. .
- 'n
growing and has been practical things cannot impeach the ... .. .. .. .. -
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than canning club work. She of
the supply. But the standard purpose F. PARKER

must be kept up if the industry is to the work is better living. The girls

are taught to accomplish their ATTORNEYATLAWCollections
with materials which can be had Notice to Citrus Growers and '
.Conyeyances I
:. ,A
1) on the farm. All the
TRAFFIC IN FUNGI TO CONTROL average useless Specialties .4 t

; WHITEFLY;: RESTRICTED frills which were criticised in the ;
rt old cooking schools are left out. The The Kissimme Citrus Cirowers' ASllod.tlolaffiliated( with III lit Broadway
the Florida Citrus Exchange) have established a well equipped -
girls and
Those persona who wish to fight women are taught those packing house having every facility for handling fruit d. F KH1HBS( \V :J. STEED: I

p whitefly with fungi next summer things which will' make them hewer I Said in the best possible manners Additional machinery has
wives and mothers been installed this and KRIBBS & STEED
should prepare to keep the gungi over _. s..a..on. only experienced men will he

j winter. Since the State I'lant Hoard During the meeting of the home all employed fruit handled in the washing, polishing, grading and packing of ATTOHMV1S AT L"

has restricted the of demonstration agents at the University Calumet!
transportation .
.buRln. of all kinds feheu
of citrus trees of Florida October 12 to 14, :Miss
parts hearingthe
/ ma Best possible service is guaranteed and growers who are prompt attention.
Myrtle Warren
(, terial It may be difficult to obtain assistant stale agent, I not members of this AssocIation lan have their fruit packed Oinrtf II and 12 Stale Unnk BidsKlHHlniinie .
;f4- the fungi when they are neededVI! offered the following program as an in this house in plain material 01 under their individual brand Klorlda.Pat .

mon Newell, plant commissioner i (alls example of the work that ,is done utthi I sad! ..t very reasonable prices, for which apply to the manager -

) attention to the 'ollowiig mle of the! di'monst ion meetings' : Plating, at. the packing house.Qg1N@9

s Board : the gills' m the homes; looking des :Johnston O P. Qarrett

"On account of the danger of fi, ;r- son, liieadmakmg. illustrated hi' 'tun-, ] "I 1 want what I ask! for- I JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATI.AW

ther spreading i"it canker the pen i moving stalls, > ilianing >-i\| et', an, (| I know u 'it would '" <44 4
jrlashwaie '' ... ... """' Vfc "
tire of using{ t the testes, twigs. orbranches ; looking lesson, soups and n;can to j:0: home illicit f'I
of citius treys 'and the. products salads; tanning contest; pall' demon i I Istiation it. M. ihir. won't lakeihaiucs Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank

obtained i I theiifiom for t'l',.. li\ iluli gills ; lictun' on tin .lie s sure of \ Building
put'|' Calnfiu -- i sure "I f 1,. ., Klealmmee. Fla.
' pose of dissimulating (llu. fungi' used'' liiaiitiful, and s.imtai\' luiini;; di mon wh">li some. tasty 1 h.l\\ EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN

for the control of the whitcPy 'indcitrus sustain, of faniy and (oiiinii.11.laliiiks ill c- of l |1''' HIM, uniform '- '
: OIBlnm' H glx MnnlliH 1"1..1 I loiimrat
''' ".uh, 01 f 0
Imo re WilY
scale msetts is lnulistriitid ),\' M' paiKiirts ; (()King' |I. sson. t P the TAMl'A HI'N7\hNR' r-oiiini) : nnlyou
and e,' moiiM' You try a/ CC DR. M. J. HICKS
: .
-0' to the use of such mittiialaa hool and pn'nil' him In s ; .nupl')( 'h"/II "IJ".I) | r..r llf. \\ i" train
I .
more Sonnet 1'1'1'1. AR book k..r.| bAnk
)_ may be oltiinid from, tree.. lm.iled slitthi't, and other npIhratu, >n ; pin' CALUMETBaking I n ors nti niKrnilt re coal,I oilier 'I..rk.) end PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
i 1111, } Io- 1'iiC tliother '''' I lulu, scud poslllnne thin '
T' I jildgmg exhibits" ; lecture on la | an)
outside the limit, of ell'I .
any Powder own C .II.K'' 'In Fl'irl.lnV IIMM Office
lurid l"y> the Board to .hi dnngeunrs' lioi" saMiig' di MI" 'i"s m the faun' liomi< -' I a loess atone l.nlMhiK/ with .
how< f to make. l ' 1 ,ivn ar' UM (tI",1. I hispiogriim ,
on account of the ,pi evntcnr' of citrus 4:1: lao mtc brand once -rl a\ lona. Dn > ami NIKli| All the Yar. anil reqiilri Residence 40
canker tlu and the will In at furl Meade, n" tntianii i'XH",!nil" Inm I'rfvxtbelp '"
i em puking I and you'll l never go ..
i :November; 10, II I 1J: and I I'l:! < 1 fr to l.aikunr* K.IIHP| THK
I bark i Calumet
lo it HI' ,
of (:HT
shipping/ or using leaves twigs' or .. Sl-Hmil, IflLJSiNJ'5S:: ANt
1, branches taken from trees located When agents go to a home 01 to U is the world's L. M. IIATTON, hi riv ("R.I""n., < and Flni- Penman J. W. THOMPSON )
meeting to hest flaking. : low- M. Accts. lilp r..rer to thii.L Inlereatecl. 'rlte tocluj4irfiBi '
within such dangerous areas. is hereby give a ilemonstiation drr it's moderate : President
they use such mateiials us me available .. l fmtrnt FUNERAL
prohibited. in price ,; N -
in that community or home Kalmm Awe... ) J
This rule is contained in circular R..I..d HiabtAw.da( J
6 of the I'lant Hoard, which can be These lire the materials with which I Tan pa, *",. r A: 7 /71"/
the and N." C..I a I rMUnksarftias! : f' ; """ LICENSED
women girls usually work / EMBALMERStore
a had by addressing the I'lant Commissioner #... S.. ear

J"'IZ at Gainesville; The circular The demonstration i'j'lhls' thoroughly I. A..I c... of. '_ I .'.. :. _ and Chapel Stewart Ave.
impressed 1 upon their minds, because
alos contains! rules concerning therecords .
which are to be furnished by they see what can be done with the -- _. _n ___n _.__ __.__. KI..4mm.... Fla

yA. nurseries ; the importation of cocoanut very material with which they tome I

fn trees and nuts and banana plantsor in contact daily. l 1 Eugene C. Bryan, Pre. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. L. Barber: Sec'y.lreas. P. A. Vana Agnew W. B. Craw for* '

bulbs the movement of citrus ,
stock and and from the scaly bark LARGEST POTATOES DO :NOT; loot '

Offices: 8-4-5-6 Citizens Bank
Building rB:1..lmm.e.
tgp OTIIER STATES WANT Did you ever notice that the largest s : Flor--

FLORIDA ORANGE SEED potatoes do not always win at the

1 1t fair Size is not the most important

Wilmon Newell:! plan,,commissioner consideration in eslecting a sample.F. Bryan Realty CompanyOffices '..I

to the State Plant Board, has recently M Rast of the University of Flor- LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW

received a considerable number of requests ida College of Agriculture, lays emphasis on Broadway, Kissimmee,

I from nurserymen in other Gulf I on the uniformity of the sam- Opposite Graystone Motel l Waring Building.

s1 states asking; from whom sour orange ple and the neatness of the package.Two 0111M t

Mod cn be purchased. It is realized o rthree big potatoes in a bushelor ,
When In Need of
in other states, on account of the efficient an unattractive package will spoil VETERINARY SURGEON a

Inspection and quarantine sys- the effect of an otherwise good ex- -Call For-

\ tem.11t and on account of the hibit.Mr. Orange Grv4S. Timber Ilads, Wt P." Tucs fer Nor.l- A. F. RICHMOND i"

..f\. ( thorough manner in which the canker' Rut gives the following points Cues p and canBaJdngPowders do not. ] Cattle Rancfcc. Country and MenU and Act a* Owner's Horses Clipped f I and up.Lottcbnuin x

.'I 0'; .radicauog'work has been conducted to be observed in making an exhibitof ear*700Calumetd.Jt'ePa... Cky Property / Apses far Rental. Property t.

'-c by,the" Plant* Board, that perhaps less sweet potatoes: "Do not select and far superior to sour milk and ;;;;;;. I "Pkoie 111- Road Xl..lmm.., Pia,, c


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4 . It the town lagging behind and ..;,. I

people won't get out and make things i t
hum--it's because the town paper is INVESTOR,

on the bum. 'Buy properties now while prices)

If business is bad-it's because the are at their lowest t
It U the worst of mistaken pride to Dainty School Sandwiches editor, Lots $8 cash and $5p.r month.. j
wants too much for his
overdress a baby. If ever simplicity Following are a few delicious Mild money 6 And 10 acre 'tracts $10 cash andS :

needs to be thrust upon any one the wlcbes that will doubtless prove a welcome advertising space $ per month. 1
If business is good advertising A 5-room plastered house lot 60x
baby la the proper object. The clothes addition to the school lunch lox: -
hasn't it but 160 ft. deep well. Small cash pay.
do with
anything to
nay be as dainty as you please, but of any boy or girl: merit balance like rent .

they must be simple and the fewer the Olive Sandwiches.-Slightly butter are right.If i A 6-room bungalow lot 100x140 ft*

better. Babies feel the cold and beat thin slice of whole whcnt bread; we print what pleases people deep well. Price and terms right '

more than adults, and they need free moisten chopped olives with iiiiiyoniinine that is our duty and WI deserve no
play for their rapidly growing bodies. dressing and spread. upon the credit. +

Layette garments are no longer buttered slices; spread other nil.-on If we print what is displeasing MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS Owner.

elaborate and are provided In small with cream' cheese and prow togetherIn : we are a grouch and a crepehanger, 608 Penfield St., S. Klssimmee.

numbers. Not more than six dresses pairs. and don't deserve the patronage of Also City Properties, Farms and h
nor more than three nightgowns are Peanut Sandwiches.-Chop -freshly the public. Timber Lands for sale and exchange 1i
roasted peanuts; pound them In a mortar
In the first outfit. The dresses are I If we print the news as it is actually -
until smooth and season with salt.
made without yokes, but the ,material Serve on lettuce leaf between buttered I -people call us over the phone and t

la neat plain and hemstitched. If lace white bread.

la used It Is mostly a very narrow edging Fruit Snndwlcbe*.-Cut breed white.

almost as fragile as the gouda brown and graham as thin an ,i I ,

Hand cowing counts for much In tbe Use four or five pieces In 1'0K..lble'1 '

I beauty of such articles. Baby's Oral wlch putting them together R. S. FLOYDDealer '

short clothes may reach to the soles the colors will contrast
of his little shoe, as usually by the peanut butter honey or juui. spread I
bare thin may be used as filling. In +
time he Is able to stand be will
Fig Sandwiches.-Chop one fourth of
grown so that the dresses will be
abort enough not to be In' the way. I a pound of figs flue add one fourth or Groceries Hay Grain and Feed
a cup of water, cook to a smooth. p1l81e.I ,
When be Is ready to take the first 'LiIP
almonds, chopper! Quo.
Add a few
the shoe
steps turn the dresses up at I
tops, and us be grows taller gradually When cold spread the mixture upon Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
bread. Raisins. date or
whole wheat
make the length of the dresses shorter )

of until the they knee.are just about to the bend the marmalade figs. The nay marmalade be used In of place coarse of I Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed 1 3r

to character require no cooking. I "
Clothes lie much nearer IP .
Sandwloh. -"Hpreud' f
Fancy Cheese -
than many of us suspect and no moth '
er does her full duty by her children I fresh bread with butter, 'over' thisspread n'

who does not make their clothing a'' a layer of Brie or oilier cream i .

matter of careful study and scrupulous cheese and<<; over the cheese. spread a

attention. Dress a child conspicuously layer of honey. Press two similarly L I ;;i

every day with bright colors ribbon shaped piece together and serve at f

and fancy frocks and you will surety once

develop In the child a display loving A .....IIT moan en. 11 I.Meffert's I.i
disposition. vanity forwardness and .Facts About S.up.
This rather Juvenile trotteur hue H Boupa cannot be made In n hurry.
self consciousness.A '- Trowel Brand Lime
box coat with. Interesting button i
A wardrobe does not call for All remnants of meat bones,
grouped In a novel way as fasteners.A FOB DBBSSY OCCASIONS.
rind and left over bits of meat of
variety. It should comprise no "
more great garments than are consistent harmonious effect la gained by the every description may be used to make This artistic afternoon frock la made !j Both Good and Dependable
fur U bandedaround
uniform way opossum jI
which Is the foundation of all j
with comfort and tidiness Why buy stock of dahlia colored crape banded with a
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the bottom of the skirt, coat "
more dresses or salts than are traded sleeves and collar. The velvet bat soup deeper> shade of to O'eta. Tbe long tunic Q...!because it aids fertility,making fruit trees and other It;:

when they are aura to be outgrown* takes new lines and Is finished with a Stock must be frequently skimmed dips at the bock and la also banded. crops much more healthy and vigorous, assuring increased :. ,

Instead of making an endless numberof moire ribbon and a smart jet hatpin. daring the early stag. of the proceed The simple bodice baa touches of hand and improved crop yields of the best quality. i iD.pssdahl. ,
garments to be outgrown Instead of ings.Never embroidery and shadow lace to enliven
outworn, make your little daughterfour allow stock or !soup to cool In It, and taffeta buttons are extended because of its purity-analysis nearly 100 percent j 'I

each of petticoats, drawers, plain A HANDSOME FROCK. the saucepan. The liquid should be down an inset tab. The soft felt bat carbonate of lime-and also because produced by 'f.

and afternoon dresses and two white poured off and strained Into an earthenware completing this pretty costume la trimmed a concern of twenty-three years' experience. .

laced trimmed batiste one for dress __mlng te the Woman WK Can bowL with a band of six big velvet Ground LJmoston* t t
occasions. Do not permit her to wear War ".th... Saver Effect The bones should be boiled for two dahlias. At. "

In the morning the bait soiled dress !Sage! green worsted with a blonse or three hour and all the scum removed Hydrated Lime. 1'1 3

worn the previous afternoon, but Instead that baa set-on lax plaits seemingly before the vegetable are added AN ULTRA HAT. Rock Lime j rThere '.

put on her' a dark one-piece dress. continued down tbe skirt makes this which should be simmered until is a form ol Trowel Brand Lime for every purpose-*oJI

with bloomers to match. good looking costume. Tbe full skirt tender.Do This Chapau la Both Smart and 8.....* treatment dust apray etc. All are fully guaranteed. i, 1

Many mothers wisely dress their little I not overboil soup as this spoils 4 leaabU For Winter War. Older Trowel Brand Lime(or;your grove or field, or garden.. Y,
girls In cotton frocks all winter. the flavor. Black velvet a beaded bird and an Booklet "fling Lime on Citrus Grows" Ire*. let us ,

With leggings, sweaters bloomers and 14a ostrich tip are tbe materials that fashion quota prices and send sample...,. ,
warm coats for outdoor life this custom Casserole Cookery. this beautiful bat. Over a narrow. t

makes for comfort in steam bested A casserole is a deep, earthenware tilting brim mount folds of the velvet Florida Lime Company, Ocala' Fla. sir

homes. Little serge gowns with bloom. d pan with a lid to It. _, tw.*M>s is *. arista. lull Usst. ****** '" h

era to match and one-piece frocks o'et After buying It fill It with cold water -ifflr

pretty gulmpes may take tbe place ot and a little soda put It In the oven : i

thin ones, but suitable clothing next and let It remain there till the wateris - -
the skin make ginghams piques and nearly boiling. This will cleanse It -

such materials useful even during cold thoroughly and make 'It .last much .
months. I, I, \

Fancy footwear Is attractive' but I longer.It you UR'" a gas- oven pat theca,. se>
little knees'and soiled socks are :
v> grimy role lit while it Is still !quite cool. It The the'wdrld}
not while good quality stockings end eyes
you suddenly put It Into a very fierce .
black or tnn leather shoes are alwayspresentable .
oven the casserole may crack.
and with leggings ore comfortable -
Be careful where you place the casserole F,9..
all Infer./ .
when taking It out of the oven. the whoSAVES
For wear with afternoon are on man
make two waist petticoats of cum brietucked If It Is stood 1 In the cold sink or any .,5
but other cold place It may crack.
and trimmed with effective
durable embroidery. The other two. It you remember these few hlnti rf f

for wear with her best dresses mnkeof your casserole will last you man
nainsook and trim them with fine years and you will find It exceedingly'

linen torchon. For tbe afternoon I useful.

dreuses use muslin for tbe four. Trim :eta 1.
Epos En Cocott.s.
one with embroidery another with lace.
Butter fireproof cups and put two tablet
a third with bands and tbe fourth with
hand embroidery. .
this carefully break n newly Inlil.
No two of the dresses will look alike to.
egg.: Sprinkle a little Halt, pepper and!
yet when they are too much worn for
I chopped parsley'on tbe top. PlaNt the /[;
further easily make from
use you cnn
the portions still In good condition two I cups In a pan of water which comeshalfway for moment ;
dresses which will look as well as entirely up tbe cups and put a pieceof pAUSE young man, in i\\
buttered over the top. Allow \
new ones. Make them simply, give a thought to'self. The
them to steam till the eggs ire Just .
cutting them. If possible by a one i
A dress made in this set; then serve Immediately Io the that '
piece pattern. cups. problems confront you now, or :
fashion and opened down the back

from the neck to hem U Ironed In hal will a few hence.
years .
Potato. For Rheumatism.
the time It takes for one which must be ,
slipped over tbe ironing board. You A noted Danish food expert: c1almll'l'I "

can frequently make the gulmpes from that an exclusive diet of Look about yea-th. men of affairs in country, state, nation-yss,

your own partly worn lingerie waists. excellent responsible for for eliminating the pangs the of uric rhcumiitlam acid FOB iAATIJlEIt "'" I I in the world ,are the mea who started to save early i in life.

When Your Sweater Is Soiled. but he says that to be curative (Intersected by landed wings. while aJaunty I
They hare the sad confidence of the
Knitted or crocheted sweaters oscarfs the potatoes must be well chewed and white plume' In the rear fulla I reaped community.

can be washed to look like new. . also well buttered to supply the fat gracefully oxer he left slile. This lathe
A If tbe sweater Is folded as. flat as pos .t deeded by the patient. kind of hut that has both wear' and I Then look on th, other side--at the fellows who fpead all tk )yasakc :++s

slble placed carefully In a plllowcas Baking Hint.. style. i iI --they may hare a good time for a while, but wkat does ;

and run through at Intervals with bastIng Do not cover rising bread, In bowls I personality reflect? ,
thread to keep It in position It can Simple Horn R.m.di...
and tins with a dry cloth. Instead i
be washed with the ordinary flannels cover with n damp cloth which has For Chapped HandM.-Klve tnble8Mx 1' A dollar or 10 deposited in this bank will be ft* '
But It it la a very delicate sweater it I la >nfuls of lemon Jiil -c. two tablespoonfuls ,
been out In water. In
wrung nucleus of honorable
best to wash It separately in soapsuds und tablespoonfuls an independent career.
.. be i of glycerin two -
cold weather the damp should '
made by dissolving a cake of shaved cloth. of alcohol. Make your beginning now-today. Your {
placed over n dry
_. white soap In enough boiling water to. OOMFOBT AND STTLB. I As a result the dough will not dry on For Sore Throiit.-One tennpoonfulcnch bank book will pare the way.'k
make a gallon and to this adding a tablespoonfdl of of suit, and turpentine In
has braid trimming at tbe the top and tbe loaves when bakedWill sugar
of ox galL Souse it up tbe plaits. the same effect being gained be much more uniform. To pre- a pint of water. L' as as a gnrc'e.' I I

and down with tbe hands but do not at the waist line which la set off Tent holes appearing In brown bread When giving a nick person uu alcohol m
rub It Squeeze out tbe water by patting I both make nil for ham I out State Bank
with a smart black patent leather belt. prick twice with a needle. once when n lieu your
hands rinse i ID
between the
The tilted silk beaver sailor that completes loaves are placed In tins and once Immediately of nn old bath towel. It will hold more I,
three waters. Then wring It placer moisture and be Letter, for .rubbing
this Torrectness bas two flyaway before the loaves are placed
between two dry sheets and twls
white wings as trimming. I I purpose
In tbe
oven. J
' Tress while aWl hot with a
lightly. I of Kissimmee i
u A mustard planter mixed l with the :

warm iron.Onenalf For Bread ".k..... white of an egg or vinegar Instead of '\
3ft t'I Us. .For Old Waists. Bread must always be made In a water will not leav a blister.. Capital stack __________________________________9100.000.00 }!

I:\ canned, one-half cupful cupful salmon stale(fresh breadcrumbs or Make use of your embroidered waists I warm place and all tbe Ingredient Resources aver _________________________________ 400,000.00 I/ J.).i.t
'' that are, out of style: by making them moat be warmed before they are com '
; ODe beaten egg one-half cupful Into slipover corset covers. CUt oat i bined. This Is particularly important Prom the mounds and ruins of'Gua Offksrs and Directors. ..' t i ,
ikok, one-half teaspoonful lemon Juice, the aleevea and open underarm seams 'making bread. temala. In cities and In ancient town : / '
1 one-half teaspoonful onion Juice. Bait when yon are yeast C. A. CARSON. Prast. J. M LEE. Vic Prsst. I
aew up the back or front finish with Yeast to a little plant which begins i sites many very fine specimens of pottery ) t
: and pepper to taste. ,Mix all the above small tacks or strips of lace. CUt oat to grow when It finds Itself In a warm bar been found, and these show M. KATZ. Lid Vic: PrasL ; tJ' ;v
;1' together put In a batUreft baklngjU the neck Urge enough to slip over' the aDd It puff that back In the dawn of life on that ', ... ,:>
damp Jt crow '
T '., any buttered tins or costard caps ..... CUt In shape from shoulder to up the Boar and make,U the bread. lightU : continent the residents of what Is now ROMA THOMAS Cashier .jf,

,"\ !'_y "i.. smd bake In a moderate oren'' '.for' about. nnderarav finish with lace and pat a you let It get cold yea will atop ltoe.SIOwUa. i. Guatemala were moat cunning; artisans 'f ,..'1\. \ TF /;!
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l iimiimiiniiiiniMi 1 .of Director I pia#I 'determine.. 'Said. Cap.. dences of the aubsoHbsi's to these Articles -It* PRESBYTERIAN/CBURCH -...
jgaI to Hal time.$tock'beyond may Increased the .mount from.t.time.....- thnumber-' of Incorporation*hare* <'of-Trite together capital* with ''it-'hev.; D.Cr1attI, ..D..D 01. f.'* % r, i .

In the manner provided by law stock jsubscrlbed fey -eaok, '..'?ppost( *,'S,1'Cloud-wiH" \ All'the pUlpit, ofUhU I Advertised list forth his name. are a* follows; 1 '
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1fr I. Thi Corporation hall! exlt perpetually W. A. Smith.. Klaalmmwe' Florida, ilj church Sunday. '., ending, Noy, 15,.1915..jL( ,'> '< | I

: : Advertisements : to. law. or until dissolved according: .h..r.Mrs'Llllle. C. Smith. Klsslmmee' Dr. Christie hat been missionalT.under Broii.on, Geo.. S.t.Cobb, Tlnk; Con. j | .,

; : ii I 111 in I g'I J I I I 1111 i I I i I i I 1. The bu..I AtXTICLH_.. of this S. Corporation Florida W \v.1 i Carson..har. Klsslmmee. Florida the auspices of the American ger,. E. J.J Coutan, /Miss: 'LUltaT"Dragga .

WOTICPJ' or APPLICATION FOIl until Director otherwise o'::eo.r the Hoardof 1 share IN WfTNIflSH WHEREOF, we have Board.of Foreign Minions in Northern Mist Ollie;';Jones:Mr*.;Car. -

Pl orders, NOW for E.KTTKH V jfl'HJtl AND IN* shall cted by a . Ifllh" rie; Larimer Mint p SteliajT: Peterson
&ce your I'recldent; a .Vloa-Prejd(, a a Secre hereunto, vet our hands, this .day Syria Tarsus, Asia Minor and ; S
tORFOIIAIIOVTO tary, an,1 a Treasurer, and a Boardof of October, A.: D. ISIS. for Mrs. Ola; 'Koberts 'Mr. Harry; .
thirty-eight years.
TURNIP SEED RUTABAGA lrectorcoinponK of W AJ SMITH.MRS Mesopotamia
k AM WHOM IT MAT CONflCRNl nve member. the exact number from three of .aid to LlLiLiIH C. SMITH. Stewart, J. E.; Thomas, J. D.J; Thompson ..
COLLARD ONION NOTICE IS HKH1CI1Y GIV12N, That Hoard to be fixed by the W W. CA RHON. After Turkey entered the Europeanwar
alsd ONION SETS the undersigned ": to the Uov-' and Mary; Valentine, Edw. ((2));
1 SEED 1101P the lobe alterable within\ the limit stated and ordered the deportation of all
. SEED OATS. ernor of the State Florida on Thi office of Secretary and the oflloc STATE OF FLORIDA: :) Weatherly Mrs. B. Williams UllI.B. '.:
SEED RYE, 30th day of November A1)1 1916. for. of Treasurer may be held by the name. ) ... Christians, Dr. Christie went to Con- ; .. ;
: RAPE OARDKN BEANS letters I'alent Incorporating th. p..u..n. The Hoard of Dlrt-cloiB COUNTY OF OSCKOLiA ) B, Simpson, .P M. \
POTATOES Etc: IIItYAN .niCAKTY f'OMI'ANY. underthe nppolnt' such other officer. or agents may itlIT: KNOWN : That before me., stantinople to intercede in their be- ','.
: PEAS follow inn proposed Chart V. a < opof >' In their the undi.islKned. Notary Public In and which ham he..n '111*.d f In II.I .. of lit'" aH mid judgment ma< seem wine for said County half; but was frankly told by Enver TAKES OFF DANDRUFF I
: prescribe for such
CATALOGUE officers :ndllh.ta.j..p..lrmal; : ,
Our FALL SEED or thy $retary of Htate of the State appiared W. A. C
or nirenls of thatno
uch and Pasha minister war
,/ I Is ready. It gives full of Florida mAY In their discretion power seem duties an Smith alldV.. W. t'arson to me wellknoun Turkeys HAIB STOPS FALLINGSave ::r::!
i This th*' CR danf ()ct&r. A. 1Iftl6 > Tini proper and known to be to be. the tndh'ld".I. Christians were wanted to witness
It > me.'tlnir' of thin'
: .. description etc ; corporatlon -
prices : ; .. named In and who subscrlbid -
shall. Inheld
will be a pleasure to mail you 1:1n ea thiseroml<'hear. at TUIH tin their names to the foregoing pro-; the acts of the Turks and that he was Your Hair 1 Get 25 cent ;1
. II HHYN a bottle
V Idi) "' d ihmtir' t and ACKNOWLKIOKOthat ;
( 11 c'Ic'k. A. I"
'I e3t. rot. nl whlih tlmn" nil not allowed to return.
on .
one req .
JOMHI.v I a. it \i II iitit:: -
tln\) xecuted the same for
I tin fiffloiH 'hi ri'ln |ir.\ l id..l l l fr Mhnll) of Danderine right now-Also
. In elriliMl. h\' the Koiird of IHridnin H I therein expnssed Dr. Christie has since learned thatan
'. I'IH"f' : II \ . .. I \\ I ITNJoHH hand and official si.alat stops itching I scalp.
; Poultry Feed Supplies Incubators I nlll tin mr< m. ti IM- .It..I'd l at thiiliilnl ,. my (
.* 4.f. .\ MiitlnK'": of tinv<'ar 1lIR.! "h..111, K iHHlmiin.... (.ounty and State afonHiilil '- American cruiser had removed i
HIM % III ti.ft t C OHI. \ % t hit JUth ilaof October' A U. --
Etc., Donkey's andPratt's The II II.10..1.. l ll."-,'Ml)' .aHHOI.Illteth .. i :UUnllftlMl:: : Bhnll. I IIIllllNllllHH t l.i- fonilurtid: : (if the by: I' tin 1 Hfi 1 . I many of the missionaries to Athens Thin brittle colorlees and .
fot tl.- .I 1 1I scraggyhair
IllHi 1 1\ H tOKi'Ihi I pill I.a.' i.KK JAHHKI.UNiitarv ,
Remedies I 1..l1ln". ln..orpoiat' ..d 1 und,'r I thi. I..w" I rolliiwInK I 'i.tiNlilcnt' i.fflrom. 1.;UKTI.n<- (' Tlr\an : Public Statii. at Large but has been unable to get the rumor is mute evidence of a neglected ':-.
of th. 441141f I FI.I"a., : and un.I.! i tile ,, M\ omtijlHHlon expires Sept
\\t '-In'Hlili'nt. A. H Ilran ) verified. Hence he knows but
Price List t. rniH <..C till in riotmtH it "' "11""t.'TAUTIt !"Mritarami Treasurer 1919 l lS scalp or dandruff..."that awful scurf.
for weekly I Jonhun L
Write i..iI 1 Hiii i iI \' .\\ f1"I':\V & < 'HAWFOKD. little of the fate of his people.So There is
.f h iin ('op tit I IonKlin Ii.'I nothing so destructive to ,
and Catalogue. Thmi file < t |ioi I I of Dlnrtmn I"uirno O llr11" \ttiiim\H for urporatoia. 4r -4t
II IM. till. JlHY\: HI'L'I'j N I II I lin nn, .Ionium I., Ititi iii', .\ Dr Christie is on an enforced the hair as dandruff it robs the hair .'

} E. A. MARTIN SEED CO h,2"1"I I'NY III. pi:"ln,..liml: 1 '.(nlRflII: : iIll'e of AHTK'I.n( (n I IIhlx In f br Ircult curt. *e....
  • '-HH sIiiIl. I I" I ill,, t )hi town of 'I INHliimw I ( itpotiilli.n, Khali adopt rtti, np 4 Irrult In and for OiMe... 4'oualy
    'lt\ 'mmtuf., ">H" ola. .indMale 1 ,t", ,,I"i t I-it-' (HI.ul. HTiil shall| t H\ Klorlda.xtnlntiirv spending the winter at St. Cloud. life; eventually producing a feverishness I.
    2<)M IJwt: Buy Street ( If I lillilt. .,. lll.l. I lie "I."H., "|"1\ I t.S, M for tin. KO-\"tiifl-iii of lIt IIITIII I Dr Christie has been before. !the
    ON\'U..J..E.: K1X>1UI)A I I..-t-i., Ui HII $M ,tow it of. i KinimI t 10..1, I lin, "1"1, with MH Clinrli lint 1 AitlOB Aoloptloa. of < hllil.r and itching of the scalp whichis

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    G of I i ml I in n 11 \ l nlt li I.xiiBhlln. bin I Wife.
    t ''Mint' l< H I IIMMIU. . iiili ot In. I iiIfIi., Khi I i..I\ 01 r.;p.'ii t.I] i In' .fin' ""...n,'t 1,10 IT".I i I\\IIOM i I I IT: MAYONCFRN the ,people speak of his addresses in shrink, loosen and die-then the :

    I I' ,"H,'In'M I fci KI..m.10.i ot. <>t Il."tv IHI' IIH \ ,Mi, ,I I In Killil I ll\, -'I.I .i."it I Mi It 1 kiniun I that oil the 22 day of very high praise/ hair falls out fast. A little Danderine ,
    shall 1 !he 'IM ( : III\ tflhI 111 1' . ; 7Iln Ni mli) r .\. I D I 1015 I wo will appH to
    'C'\'il-.I';\ ; : ; 1 I "h..1 ., mmil if, lr"I.II..I'.H : .
    2 .Iln I Hnmiialle' .Tmni'H W 1'iikltiH. tonight.- now- any time-will surely
    1 Th. n((lilt,"( ,' of. Hi.. 1011-1-l lIK to \\hiih)i. thlH < oi ;p..r."o". t tufts at) MM\! luIK. of thi' Circuit Court for 111.' A dark .
    When you buyBREAD-. MS. Ol., I I".,H tilt..MM*.N. to. hi. t I.A.I..1 I . oio. ,1 Unit,, "."101..1 i Itself Bhnll, not i's 1 Sen in h .I".II..IIII"'lr.,1t, of thi. Stale of blue serge is charming save your hair.

    1:|I"\" sI iiNitiii < ..,.lii1jllIs ...Ii.i. ill. I I.. .IN 1.-.1 1o I i 1.11 SI..tI.,1.,101.. tin niiioijiil I of UK <"anl, mini I.:linlili:::,Ilini: till nf 'SiflIl'I III.: icallxatlon Mm.. Ithlnea of n clNi: : tnmmed with black taffeta. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine

    'I 1'" .." .UK a (hI nt. In, .. ,ri-o i ..r .nt\. I '1"I In- .\ \HTiri.l-! ,' ''I"" .,..1.11"... III the City of KISHlmiini It takes but three-tenths of a second from any drug store. You
    In fiiI. t flu.i .m\ |I'* i H."i" llf MI '"i 01.. poi I tiainiH II ml. i "I.H. of t tli, i IHI ol. ,'..""Iy.( l'orldaImtiil )
    i itt"n In liu\ I nu. HI. 1 II h, ,M, j, j.Ii."t,, lntmnl I H"h.I"I"]ith th ,., --, lllCIM I-Olllll I H loufth. 1 1M I 1 > 4 'thin the 2lnt day of (O..I..r.. for an electric signal to pass over surely can have beautiful hair and lots "
    Ill 1111" t. In 11',,1. ,'Ht''a': '. nl! |I" i M..n..1 1 1pi iimount of. ( 'a;ipllnl; I H I ilhiil li\ i 'Iii h. an jin follow. it you just try a little Danderine.
    . .
    ",p, lt\" Ill l IS H"I i * SiihHi i"I"I" li\ 'lii i h I tin, 01 pin, .Blur r- Semi-official
    pi estimates I
    Ask for the BEST 'I 1'o. 1 liii v .M.11.!) m''i i gI 1.11 ri ,(nt I linpi Hollllll\. I I i-1-'I"I i' Mcl.AlXIHI Spanish Save your hair! Try it!
    I "" xi IIIIIIM.- ,n ml ol. h" i" IMI. .,"iiiliiliHioHi | < I I I-iic'--: < lti\iin. XiKMiIrlill,0 1'lor his Wife I place the world's production of wine
    I .
    \ \ & Craw
    ml 1 II 111 In ) 'rtv. IIIK Lli' \i
    | .r n < tin propi ti.l 1 J' SimIi.
    We make it. Every Grocer fells ito. I 1,1",, |"T oi'"l ,KIM. ..I) ,"ii"i m'p'd, I ,to ''''II'I Il \ I U I lilMIII I 1 KlHHllllIll, ,.,.. FIll. linI .. i "IIIIMI, I fin I elltloners 44 -4t last year in excess of 26,617,000 gal- I Beaded gate-top bags are made of
    .(1 1 t II Ills. H .1 ..lh. I Sh.,
    ollMtl' Ul t III I I* i I "- -- -- -
    I lllltltllKH ,till"I 01? lllid. t I.. III,.II.) ILQI, d I Ii .1 I "Khun I. KII hi,'r. KlKHimniri: .. I Fin I Ions black or navy blue moire.
    l\ < 01. II'I' OK BAKERY \ .1",p ,"(lit. ,ImpioM r* .al proptily *,'n- I in I I I" Shu. It..j. i <
    K. ..,,111\) I IT' I,; i""P | M'I' \'I'K OF KI.OH1DA I - '
    'lo utiil.'rlji k e n nil < an'i on A'Ih"I I IlleHH -
    ttHhINfltilltl. 41 "t Ht. |lilli I t minion i 'fI'''N ri I III,' I 'EOI.\ > I OOOOOOOOOO.OO.O.ooov..OOO.OO.O.O.OOOOOOOOO.OO.
    Af Krvrla II. HrldaesiNntlci
    ;' E.: A. NIEMEYER! .,,I" titiIeltiiktli or. i n 1,1 (Ill l I"\. 'I.,'' t 1.1. \\ I III >IM IT MAI Cl IN< 'PUN re Kstate' Is h'r.-i.v gives to all whom'

    Mitchell Street i.on I run toi M. < 11 pltnllntH I tiiam' li.r M. a .nil. ittIT: X N. 'I\VN. That .lipfon. me. tin. I It hilly coiirei,, that on the 10th day
    K*-m'rulU' t to 1 Ir'Htll"I.' Intel, Into any iinili, r..I",1 N'otar I I'uiilliii.. and frI of l"i'liruary. I shall apply S OATS AND RYE
    on HHnlHt pi omot' .01 td pit, "11.<.1..1'I ( Ii". 1 stale of 1- In lila. I" 5 4 I"". a K< II nil to tin;! .. ,;; ...1leJTIUI ,r Judge

    In fin am lal com mi.i <'lal m.i ra "III.I .. ilulant: : horlEi: iind.-r lln: > ln;nA'j[ saidFiliilc ,'i of mild' Court an Judge of Probate! for
    tr"I"tlllIl) .unit ..Ih..r l.iniieHn-e. w 01 knt to administer, oaths .. ar Administrator
    tlnnl dim harice as this fall?
    my Going to plant
    0000000000000000'00000'.." ..I".IH. tindi''taklnpH ami dp*'ri*- k ilisli'I; :gin.'n(H.I'I.; I.- I1 o n H. t u obtain Hill! "q"lr I 11 v .purhaite I KUK Hr\an. A II Hr\ e'iis'd and at the Mains tlnri I will
    <' <.r other.\\ I n.rn. i.oni. *'HHl I M. TILLER ,pati, .ritB. prh! ii-gl-n. ,'x.-l"Hlv." anil known to mn to, lie the. ImlU Iduals an.prinent Administrator of said my"estate and ask Oats; Fulghum, Rustproof, Hastings Hundred Bushel '
    or Uf.. aut"hoi, 411.-s.l .Jtl.t-rlak- I .t'sl-ritleil In and who ( Xicutid. tin. for their
    IIIKH or "uHln"U..H. or n n 1\ light. option fn. :!"< tolnK: ;. Proposi; l C :n..rf'who: upon IHitid I August approval. 2nd 1916 90 Day and Winter Grazing. Rye: Florida Black, Georgia ;
    r..I..llolI and to h. .i-k tiowl.'ilged hlinnelfthat 1
    -ont < In thereto I
    Real Estate Agency.mmmmm or < ra A. K IJROUOHT3E '
    perform and fulfill the term and con- In ixerutii] I the. forefrolnte", Pro- -1 m 8 mo Administrator and Abruzzi. State quantity wanted we will name price ; ,
    ----%-mm mmmm*.mm* dition. I hereof and to carry th** name .pom. il I "'ii Ii rt.'r freilx anil I volutitnr\ for .
    Into .tf..t and operate ttunundtr develop the uses Hiid purpones therein .exprtss delivered.
    and oU.Hou and turn to account maintain or el
    Hell and dlspoie of, and dial with the ]IN \\'ITN" HR HKHKOF I have NOTICE: Ol" AniNINIIITRATOR. KILGORE SEED COMPANY
    es rented. .am.. hi'n'unto a..t m\ haiiil l and official.. sealat (Ker Klsial Ulsckaraie.)
    KIsHlmmee" In said Stale and ('ountv PLANT CITY FLORIDA.
    Taxes paid and Titles verified To carry on the general. business. of on this the 2Mh day of October A. !a Co.rt .f Cesmty J.d..... state .f ,
    contractIng and construction In all D. 1915. Flerlda. Osceols C....,..
    for non-re, idenU. branche To build. en..t. promote PAT JOHNSTON .. re K...... .f C+++ 4+O4444.. . .p .O4i.. .+O. . . 60 5 .".'.OOOOOWASHINGTON +O-44CO. .
    construct proIde acquire repair Notary 1'utillc State of Florida Walter Bass hr

    Fire Life and Accident Insurance. I ::,''p"; out;.. maintain manage develop control: 46(Seal-4t ) My Commission ":xplr... tt-tt-If) Notice may concern.Is hereby that given on the to twelfth all whomIt day -

    take lease buy Bell leaae I IIcence I
    or : I IFTJt4 - of A 1916. I shall applyto
    r Indemnity Bonds.jjCW.GRIFFIN. water. to gaL use electric: work and and; Ice plants din ;and of : OK AI'I'I.K'ATION KOH n"ec"H"oj.a: e Dof.I M Murphy; Judge
    of said Court. a. Judge of Probate formy
    ...ork.. tunnel brtdir-". vladuc. 1K-KHM l'ATIC'l' A'VI) iN- of the &29.65
    : ...... . . . . . .. . . .. docks. wharven piers. road.. wa>'., reservoirs I t Oltl'OHAT'ON. estate discharge of Walter as Administrator Bass Sr.. deceased;

    _ _ _ _ _ _ hydraulic. aqueducts work.. water. factories courses warehouses canals -- T AlA. V> IHiM IT MAY OONCRIINNotice and that at the same. time I will present .

    . . . . .0. . .. . . . .. . mills. and other works andconveniences. .la h*.reby Klten thtt t ihi. untliiRlKned a. Administrator to said Court of said my estate final accounts and ask D.C. ;.
    ; and to that ,nd to buy. will, on the 1 IAt di> of I DcI -
    own. and dispose of rt'al entitle ft-I nit,.) <*r' A h/ ) 1916. fllililv! to Mm lovernor for their approval
    To carry on any or all hunlnessus as : of Htate of Florida. at Ills .f- Dated June 12 AD 1915.HgNRY ,
    manufacturers. producer merchantswholesale 11('"' In the City of Tallahussit I. Im'ids. T. BASS. I

    : and r< tall. hnporl'r. and ex for Litters Patent hlt'orp" Mtlint. i'tirs'lves. I 26-o-a-mo-8mo Administrator And Return
    porter.. generally without limitation our associates" and sin "i...".,r" (
    as to the class of prndut and merchandise Into. body politic' and corporate unde, '.
    and to manufacture produce, the name of the \V A. Smith Company IN COI'HT' OF COUNTY JUDGE.
    ; Staple and FancyOROCERIES adapt prepare buy. sell ;and otherwise \N e also hereby and showthat STATE OK KI.OHII1AOtKOLA I VIA
    deal In any materials articles or the following charter and nrtlcleaof COUNTY
    thin NTS required In connection with the orporatlon. la a full I"ru.. .Ulfelc I
    Incidental to such manufacture and,,lete <.opy. the orlrlil if H hlrli. I. re Kstate s f Aare>si ATLANTIC COAST LINE
    H production is now on tile In I the office .,( the Secretary Notice Is hereby v'Ato""iflwhom:

    To do a "Keneral bu.lne. a. Commission i of "Htate of the SaIl i.tte of It may concern. that on the 10th day
    Merchant. selllnR vent and factor "Florida at the said City of Tallahassee of February. A. D. 1918 I shall applyto Staadard Railroad of the South
    under del credere commission In during I the time required; by law for the Honorable T M Murphy. Judge
    the manner and to the same extent a. the publication of this noticeS ;. of said Court as Judge; of Probate, for
    : : Free Delrrery to all Parts natural persons could do. I \ A. SMITH my final discharge a. Administrator of TICKETS SOLD OCT. 15TH TO 19TH
    To plant. KTOW and cultivate to- MRS I.I II.IK C. SMITH. the estate ICeesbury deceased

    .;.;.. :*I of the City bacco. or nf..t: sugar cane coffee cotton I AW. CAK8ON and that fat'l I will. presentto Extended to Nq,.. 15th on Payment o f$1.00
    citrus and all kinds of fruitsand said Court my fInal accounts as .
    vegetables; carry business ARTICLES! OK INCORPORATION Administrator of said estate and ask
    or mining aod rI'h: of marble AVe, the undersigned hereby and by fbr their approvaL I
    stone mineral ; to cut these article. of Incorporation associate Dated. Aug. 2nd. A. D. 1915.
    timber and deal In 1 dbe-.e: and to buy ourselves together for the purpose A. E DROUGHT .1 STEEL PULLMAN ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC FANS
    sell. Import, export and generally I deal of becoming a body politic and SS 1 m ( m Administrator.
    In all of the above fruits: vegetables. corporate under and pursuant to the .
    marble. atone minerals. metals. timber law. of the $' tat of Florida providing I: fj,
    or lumber; to establish operate and for the formation, management. FOHKCI.OSl! ; OK MORTGAGE I .
    conduct hotel., stores. packinghouses. liabilities and Immunities of corporations !
    For information reservations call A. C. L. t
    warehouses and sawmills: to engage the provisions of which laws In flrealt (ourt for the teenth Ju- or on any
    MAXWELLHOUSE "generally, In the hunlneHH of A planter; are hereby accepted and we hereby dlrlhl ( Ireiill ..r the "Mate of Florida ticket 'ageat or '.:
    to deal in huv, s*-ll. acquire 'a He, declare that the following artlclis of In and fur o.....,.|. 4 oust}.
    suh-ltt I farm-let; and niorlang-' : t .I" r.'MI Incorpolatlon. Hhall conBtllute and iii'I I' 4 ,14.l.I.lt1. I J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A.
    estate. and to i 01.- hi' charter of said ('orporati'in upi b I l*.t ..0......... 4 osnplalbant .
    \.elop t he Hani*' l h\' t h* erect .. of the iHHiianie of I,ettt'rs Patent ace ,f .1_ % .. I Tampa I
    hou.'n or hulldliiKK t Ih.I '",,,Ii. and to do lux to lawMtlcli: U. M. hunter .... I rlil..le (4.unler bis
    1 The mIme of ,_ I N\ Ife, ;
    thin llrxiK.uili'ul.
    such ollu.r lav fill a< I" t Ih..r.ln IIH ma \' POI.i
    hi net-dful* or d,.HI..noli. . in and about ration shall In \V. A Smith I 4 .."11'1| 1 ..-:.... >
    COFFEE t In. mi Id I iii in ,ni.tin t 01 ili' \ 'I .Mtlcli, 2 1)n) (. ..mill 1 oflli it ..milpilnilpal Mil If": 411MAI. .I; I
    :then'of to: In,M Hiil: I.'I'l U, al >.: ;' .I'I.\: \ \ plai" .i. (.r luifclniMH of thlH i "rpoiatiiin TnLa.I. \\ Hi i\I( 11 Al \ \ i ', >,:M, '/IKS: :
    shall hu In Ihi. =\:..tlii' IH |lii i i.i.y' that the
    to wn. I thi ....111. .b\ lllrI-lihiM. "gift! or \ Ity nf KIHHlinnni KI\ n unil -
    tItl'riM.. to btillil maintain. or. iniiulr .- ,. . Ciiuntv' of I"IHC.i.ol ii. Stiti, nf I, 'iHiuinil :IH I S|p. ill MiiHtit 1,1, < 'ban-
    .boa IF or v '.HI.I" for tlH'I -.I.| .up' ;Hi h I I l-'t Im iii 1 he lloaril. of .11, "-II..IH' II'., ixt i i I \ .1 III' :ttiiiIIlii'i.' ssitl' ii, t h. Kill 1 1 lavIII 1
    | and ,111th"* ,.iti,<.in .. of ,lilY of the IMIHInens '- I' .il,hHh liiainh i.fill." 'H at i pi.,, sti .., \ |I' tiI| ',. I., ,Iln, III;: Tilliliv ;
    i r." *-na1 lit I ,m time to till... aH max i il In. ilush, ,l nf tin. Hill. "'',''III., I--I l Si,en the i
    I '1 1'" bu HiJl 1.1, i.."Inr. 'Import; *.xIH I I' \l, 11.1!, ;I 'I'he |"..,llml 1 ',..r XMI| ,. ,ii,,, I h IIIIIIIH. nf t aiI.- In fi ".nt if I h. '
    I 1, aiicl.. 11.",mli, In <"a"'li' atnl I I I.i.I l\ i. ,it I 'this ( "l put'atlon, Hhill. .lie lilnitv i'' 'nI '' i '"""il linns. |I....u. il KIsHltiini' '' I Hi
    \ .I.I t' .nut .., lit . r, .ili.
    I 11"r" ) all kin.'" H'I.' \ I ti. < at i v on ail I uy 5jiM, it s
    1 -, I ll\u ..Iod k and ,aKlltultui' I i ,tn, Ii. 4 'I 1'1 In.. MMI. lal halo I r-i"r t"hi. I ii I H'' II fit i -l. I. t III.), I 1"/11'! / .I .,,1 I II II
    I IM" ,, I. ,Mi I,,IIMIH,, nf tins i 111' \piitatlim. nhall I If.Ii. I" -I' I 1.1,1.1' I, I. ,ill,. r.\\), n, L. 'M..u''i i .ii. ilpi
    l I" --a "pt lilt.*.. 11111 ,mi, ) mn n n"tri.. a I I . n mi t In- I.IIMIII, HH n I i Im..t ., ""| llpl;I t Is i
    i ,,..t tlii, i in. ioi\.1111.\\ I ti> on 1 r:. .iillulldlimH .In., eii, m,,il, ,1, ."|i.-fs .mil r.. ,m,,.mn., ,, I III! I IIII.I: I, I 1'1\ I'IIHH" I, .t \ lit" I 'ttijjher it PriccSprnetfrrics
    f.n I lin I . I I.ii x . | |I. i , ,.. IH.,. Mn.I) I .i. I ... NI
    IRA BEST i':et a I. I I \ i I Htr i in'l (I rCH .11.1 Ii,11 I I II N Imp!Ii'i I xp nl I 11,1 I 111" i ii
    : I h. I.... HH.11 I' tnac'hilt' i \ itinl .,ij,,,pit- (u 01.t .< I 'in I 1.,1., Mm.. s li .ill',, i ""d I. .,,11 h,_ I '_!2t'i. I illulfh.: ",., I II;I. Ii:"i
    .. iIi. N |ti-i| llllllMIIL.' .lint. "I'| "' "iii-1 '',,,'It' ,ii, lil) I IshtitM.. lil,.u'IniiL,, \ II-,. I I''I.e Haul" 'i.ui.-, v i II |I". ol i \\111011>]l( H ij rier irj dity
    ''c'("nlntc,,, ,l'neti14s t , fm,' th. i 1"//IIOH' i if | ". 'IHI| ,imil. i tin i |J'"ii |lUll, ill(inn, fin, I I"""ivI \.i,., Min, "01) Is i.i..d ii. In |uihiMi i "i Li m, ifin :
    Architect and Builder j I L, ami. 1 1'1", ,,. I 1-'i 1111, .ii.liii,) I "i I I. .itlnl i. )IMHIK. I Imil t HlntrlniH" I II t .. i.t.d. t nl, sot. I In, i ,.,ti.r"i ti" nli il,1 III'' I 1: j jIk.15I4 It
    I 1.1"" ,'M of nntin, .I ill! 1 Inils, . .-ii.l. \ I I"i Ks ImMcinhiki. l.ii''n. fimli" ''' 1101 ."lfMi, |us- Ih,. .111""" i orllol"'t.1, 1 1RESULTS
    ESTIMATES FURNISHED lull, K", I..r pi, oil in.I if t IH,\, i. inhiiiil hll.l lil lo .ami all nllur iu! i.i...,,h""I-1, i nli. I Iln. ""Ih .In v 1,1,t "lulu( i \ 1\I I l'lr.' ]
    I' '. 1 I-'iell l a till nH..I..It. imil,,' to oI4ll1 .\\ II VI-, I ,, c ..liii luit II Ktiin' in MIpr. .1"IIIN s \111':1.I |:I TELL. Ask any customer about
    ; 44-Sli 401'VERONA ST. )hob. ) b\ I"IIH. I"I of, t h. 1 IS t I"t' f.II III.- I lunlm, mnl HI HIIIK al n.fall. in, n \M S ii.--i.iI| M I'HI. i' In i 'him hioi i"iIn
    j I I tJIL.' lllIulH. '11'I IIH I FlIlIl I 1 1.,1., II">I h.II,1 In,v 's ilnthlnu fIll, tilHhltiK, 4"imils. 'IhlH i aceI FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
    I MiutK ,nd I;'o\e I 1.11".1" li mn. M Iih-t< h to I IhllM.. II, .kll"H.t HhlllD. HIIHII, ,"ii. ,IMIII 1 1"t i IhlH Hi il iv nf ",'I 1.,10. i iIi .\ '
    1",111" a,n<1 on nIiiili. to 'ltl"t HIII'hittkltH ,,.1, ,'1'Wl''II', II ItH, Ililli.t.I Jl W 1'1'h.llillt. .V .. ,II,liii-, I I lilt] '; 4r ',t They )know and can testify as 'to THEIR
    I i hanilki _.
    \ i-gl-lot.l-n. fruit and Niiis. i. \ ii hli fn mulTliiH. l.iih --- -- -- ---- -- -
    : !-I1..k..r. t rei a with) ,, !Ii.h I.> i-to\\, and '. i 1.. HlllllklllK, HjlllltH. MIiu. \ ... ..III,,1! >ltMliit.M: ,> \l.I.Ni'tlti ,; THEIR
    : pi" oil. Ii l'l- \ flg.-laiIl, )" M. f? ult :nd ot b. r .l,5,, mil all .Ih'r linen' or I Ills,.. H ,.r QUALITY SOLUBILITY LASTINGQUAI.I'rID
    Joe E. Johnston i,liuitH mnl i flt ,>,,1,1-ta., t t I.. IM HI.hI. i amit, ,] n hi. I iihanllm. . iiHtialli hamlliil 'In Iln I In .hHiihv. I Klvili that undi i ianil
    ,nd IiN'i i ".d iind.. 1.,. ,I. tl in i .11\1", .duoitdH mi i i .ml Hi l UHiicKK], l t.S \ ii tin nf II llnil. I 1'1', MMIilenilliv p iiii and GENERAL ADAPTABILITYto

    of ItM own .piodmt. and nianufiit \i 'II'" I 1'. ', '1 In. 'O"tI'( of r I1\1ll.d\ I tin. ililc. .IminnVN' l I'. ,.
    t lute.' and to tits a nd HI'11 ill "c'h i..ti- .1' iii< K 1 i'f I his. "m 1"'nil''inn si all I t I Iii -I I 1.." I 1< I"a., .'luclki i lOr 'Iiii 1.'in..lilt! i ''iiltt lIt the FLORIDA SOILS
    tit d. Mfomln\ KI neritlly. an lit, I.. HI 11 anddlnpoH 'I'In iiHiind, ImllmM, .illv Iiiiil Im, ", 0", ,,. s.\, .I/11.110-1101 4 'It i ul I .nf Flu Ida nil
    I of all \\t\ -i|"t od liils 11,1., HIM) h"n iln il,. Hh..11".H if tin \pm \ .ilui. nf ttii23rl CITY ENGINEER l i HUlt iiif, In It hi i.p.'rat tot. i ..r HIII h i 'in llun,luil. "HiillaiH inch 'rh.. ,'al'- n pi-inling In'' the licult Court Special Formulas tor All Florida Crop
    t'annlriK. Knctoi' y. a iiI I I to do l all I I t hlnirHn I :Hal: HliKk of I:thin corporation I mn |i.e i4.'s.lIl.; I H..J ulin-ial: : t .,in.uit. in :ami\ for
    *,< i HHary ",,01 proper! In. i tinning ando paid' I for In., ptiipit, I labor nr H. t\ .li.,-a l Is,.,.,.lit Cnuntv. 1'1..le of rlorlila. In WRiTE FOR QUOTATIONS I
    pi, 'rat in K such a 1n<'torTo \' at a JIIMIaluallon( ti h,. llxiil li\. tin 'h..."r'n. wbeteln JV' Mtllir ts thec'ntii ,\
    '. In..nur..tu. buHI' 11 or nlh'r- lin-,nlpiiiatiiis i \ HI a imetinK ittlled for ,'pla'..I'.nt.I anil. trMkln: Smith JohnN I
    I1J and wby' di'al In all kh..I..r milk und, 1 the I that \pmpiiHi: I 1 Klmi! '. et ..I. an the AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS INSECTICIDES .
    : ; Surveying prod ut tn of milk to produ, 'put'i'htinenell .t ill 'II' h .rl") l luslieac 1111.1 I pruden mi tin' IMl-Ht !Moinlnv. I In 1 >...1I"/'d..n'1\ / r ,
    : and dial In fa rm pi'o
    1 DraftingGD8S0Jl kind and other food and the v..rl.'Hmnt..rl..l" ciimluilid, .li> a hoard of dlnctnrs of I lieletnliel. .\ II 1 191 1 6. within legal '.5..5J1J.4J1JLt
    : entering. into or In the production tint. I" HH than thrte nor more than hours of salt. at tin front door of the
    : t her* of. a ml Rencrall I I v to t'(.n- 11 s'. Cnuit HoUHe In KiHHlinmee. t isceola INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER Co.J
    duct a dairy buslm 4 in, all It"bmn..b..A. .
    The 'ountv Florida I will offer for sale
    Ari'I,0li'i7 """""I meeting of
    ; s., < . ,... shall lie held r the tif the hlKhest and hint bidder for cashat
    at ,
    th sonville Fla.
    -j J To build bupe.ll. equip operate: : ,'' "ftt'." "r tnl" forpotation cm' Irlll-the| public outcry tin. following realatstu' .cr< ,
    Ano steamboat eIlanlNIIllH., sallInBj Hint Monclav, In January to-wlt UHgln at a point 646 ,
    4 of lach.
    s ear,
    and other
    sh1psbontM pr'rty, to at 10) (00( clock A. M. or as soon feet North; and 11086 feet west of the "
    be used In business, trade and navigation us practicable at thereafter Kouth-lOast corner of the North-East "
    ", to purchase, sell own hold. then. shall be elected which meeting: quarter of the Houth-ICast quarter of ... .
    by and froin
    mortgage, and lease all kind. of vessels the stockholders. Section 16. Township 26 Houth Range
    a bpard of
    F and boats, their apparel. and for the ensuing directors 29 Fast, run North to the North line
    PRIMER year The board '
    j'y tackle. wharves and wat..rrlght., rectors so elected shall of. of the South-East quarter of the
    meet Imm.IIIIAt..y .
    i ;
    pier.. and riparian lan In "general, to do and rform any act such annual meeting of the stockhold of_ 16. thence West to the Right of Way of May Co. !
    or act. expedient or necessary to accomplish ers and shall organize' bv electing the Atlantic Coast Line Rail Road
    or further any of the objectsor ;
    their I
    own number a President. Vice thence Southwesterly along the said
    powers herein mentioned and to exercise I'resldent Secretary and Treasurer rlKht of way to a point due west of the .
    and all other Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
    any powers whicha but person may bu elected I point of beginning. thunce Hast to theo
    r.\/"a'd\: ;
    co-partnership or natural person :: Treasurer. point ( beginning containing 27 acres
    could do or exercise and which are or Article 8. he more or less, to satisfy I a IJeoree rendered -
    stockholders of f
    9 Insurance that Insures may hereafter be authorized or permitted corporation this with Interest and
    ; by law. and the enumeration of meeting or a.shall soon at thereafter the first a.annual costs. in said cause YELLOW: PINE LUMBER
    recited. herein. prac-
    specific power .hall In
    tlcable. adopt the necessary by-laws Dated this STth day of October A.

    Protection that Protects no from manner the limit.ajeneral abridge powers or conferred detract fl 1:-n.the government of this Corpor. D 1916 LEE) JARRELU!: Shingles'and Laths

    upon corporations by the\ law. of the Article .. The highest amount of KRIBB8 *. STEED SP.c\\ Mast.r.Complainant' .

    State of Florida. Indebtedness or liability to which Solicitors.. 4l4tWbMMirwr .

    f.. ., \ '\11, -.. \ The amount AI of%TtCLK Capital S. Stock of thl. Ject corporation DoUari*shall the at sun any of time Ten beub"Thou.- --- I HQUSE; : BILLS A SPECIALTYAH :

    ,;; Corporation .ball be Ten Thousand and You Need O 4. .' (110,00000) t>ollar.. divided Into One Article 10. Until the lint .
    ... Hundred' (100) Shares of the par value offlcer the business and election prudential of "Talc* Oror. u i w* ak IsCIet'o firm. OB your estimate S fL; !

    of One Hundred ($lOO.OO). Dollars. each; atfalra .of this' corporation' hall be oonducted The '014 Standard Oro-Vs TuteUtwchill
    AVENUEklSSIMMEE 'HCaartMB* AttcBtta ud Prompt DelJTery.hone21IE i'
    :: DAKIN and such stock Including that sub br: the (ollow.fYJI' named ,
    .' . aerl..... .f or br thsj subscribing. Ineorporatora .on.; W. A. Smith, President Ilr"per- 'oEte !. eqnally"waluabl. u a <, "' .. : .
    may be paid for In currency Lilllle C Smith. Vlce-Preldenf : General Toola because It cotrttn thew.fl '
    S FLORIDA ; W W. > rJ:
    : IJ or In labor. services, or property. at a Carson Secretary and Treasurer The known tonic properties QUININE ; 1 : Kissimmee fla.

    ': A""': ...."" ... Just ,re4uetli j ", to.B e"nxdj br. th. .1neorporators. aid offleers shall adopt temporary bylaws and IRON. It act oo UM UTCC Drives ,

    HI. or -ndtb'I: I tO':1:: and until the Ilr.t annual m.etln. 'f".i \ .-, .
    'I .. .'- shall be issued for suchtime tbe stockholders. Ofl I oat Malaria Enrich tIM Blood. andSOoeata -i. '"', 'fyr.

    and. upon such. terms .. the Board Article 11. The names and reelv . 1Ir Jd8ap Uae W..JOIa 87IUfD. : *!1A.i lu
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    I I:0. bcyotxl middle' rarti,' and I""cannot hop in New Jersey, We have a number'of :Navy U oftentr'immed'wlth, : a'certain

    1 to b.nSM'k, th rosIves, mach even new C. E. organliatlons, and to\hern light shade of gray-blue which MtA1L'1 AGAII ft

    I.9 Peat and Mack Lands I though their schemes were .Immediately particularly is' the plea made for suggests a soldier's uniform. ,,.

    I successful.That the small. unfortunate children, not --

    :'such men should be worried of, New,Jersey, but of our own state, It U actually prophesied that some t '
    . .
    Having recently returned from the to convince our friend. in Kanss.4 t4: hounded and persecuted U only to'.be that the example of these Sunshinen of the new coats will fall several Inches ICs\

    explained by petty jealousy the of the "Sunshine City" be felt in our below the hen of the dress. .o
    annual meeting of the American Peat]I he Is in error.
    who desire and Endeavor work.A :
    of notoriety beloved
    Society held at Detroit, Sept. 20th to Prof. Darwin who in. bier day w.. part men 1r.r!
    whose mental calibre I. eo' limited few things to emphasise. Letus
    24lh, and from a still further tripto considered some expert, wrote a pamphlet Colored applique trimming, such as h
    that their only hope of attaining it is go as l near as we possibly can to
    the large peat or muck land farm to prove that peat could not ex' was used a number of years ago has
    by a published attack upon their su keep in line with Mr. Fagg's plan of
    in and around Kalamazoo and a few jet in a tropical or semi-tropical country been
    seen created
    upon one recently 9
    periors. "A Cycle of Teas," but if it is foundin I Women TeD Why They,
    days later to similar lands in north as in such climates decay was too gown. It is doubtful however if it Magazine ... '
    While drainage! schemes are being any society that some other way Love This
    western New Jersey: I have been requested rapid to admit of its formation. Nottscome will succeed Inestablishlng itself this Supreme
    carried Qut by the state of Florida to help is your best or only way do From Fubtloii to Fiction h I.
    by friends to briefly noticeat i the experts of the Ag' 'icplturalDepartment ) season of comparative severity.NOTICE. write Mr. j. 11., ol New York. ,
    and with funds probally equally that. Remember also that provisionsand ,
    public -
    th'. maIuifM 'JST 5
    this time a recent publication of to prove him wrong as_ ..-.,erl.I\\.. hf.i'ALi.. M h'hVIS. "I"!: fSafi.. 9w
    large areas are being drained and clothing are always welcomed ., "."run". It b.. . '
    the Department of Agriculture entitled he was. but with theories fixing some'! hold?l .......U..n.. toxlwilrnt. rl..n.Mcllf h.njl."Hong.,
    reclaimed by individuals when con "free-will offerings. Another .
    sug- 'M to
    Lauder- indivisible line which is stated divide slut I. ft art nm ,1Slut
    Soil Survey of the Fort to I reeled .._I m. f.r than
    sidered in the aggregate. gestion is that though there is no set .I.m.l,. |,ropy h.. pq for ,...'. .ubMn.Uon."
    dale Area Florida. It is to be regretted peat from muck and also it determine i Mr A 1. o* Tessa tenmi l.a
    Before any profit can accrue to time to begin "A Cycle of Teas" or : ttriltisi, u nil it," II nit-em* m n.:" Writ.) NnYlh ,,1IIJ.'a
    restricted fitness unfitness to I' ,..... ..
    that such survey was its or produce I I anAna, 1:, MilMH-f-llH-r "1 h.w M w
    these men, vast sums must be spentin other idea locally preferred "the i MA"A/INK .In.. 1 ranti. 411.4lnm'
    to a limited area but later we may useful crops. To prove their I I in'"tliir t.>..k IIcurl h.fnre
    j j.a
    machinery and labor and their out- sooner the better, for the is x..11 dish I
    get more on this interesting subject.The point of view they refer to vast tractsof year .f }1..k;:.,'." "or''Tif-lirT: :l"m: nr I":*::"* mfs
    lay is considerable under the best of fast and the Children's Home ilttX 4rma Mr ..
    going \ i u at Sullen 1L"
    main contention of this pam- peat lands in Irel nd and elsewhere _, .",1 I I1 I. r.iII' I """,I nnt do' w''U''
    circumstances. Shall we as individuals Society is needing funds greatly thisfall. i i"I
    'I .
    '. A.ik T he 4S r..m
    phlet is to strike a strong dividingline on which no crops are raised. of the great government that rep- . All Boats you have for 4 A.-sC. ::Aw elh. Fahm..o, '
    between peat and muck and to This is due to two principal reasons. i im In nil IiMli mt and! 11111 mpPTlI -
    resents us stoop to use its power to Of course, money and all other giftsare tale, list with me or can I ,. tan self, I Ilk. M.4'Ar.l/x tla .Iwt anti..
    valuable ._ ,.. I a
    show that while muck is a First its great value for cropping is I > "" '" 11mn.II nM
    harrass these developers should we to be sent to :361 St. James Bldg., rh.l Klr' M I. J nr Ut "Krt'mII.
    plant food peat is worthless and thus just beginning to be understood both aellyou most kind ofa .].,...m.kln. IM .>n. mil II" tlnlil. and In-
    not rather by every means assist and Jacksonville but if you will also tell any .,n0.1 II.. tan,"'". I !hrr l".rni-l la .Ir. . ant
    broadly proving that peat lands are here and in Europe and secondly be- ro"".> "'.11']* .'"I rl'1ld. "rtrnilr'' huhtorhntiI.W ,
    them. how are expecting to help, ..r t.'u'k.
    encourage me you Motor Boat with )1 .
    not available for cultivation while cause so much land was available that you ...errear hnI' Icon .. rnnr. Stepsm -
    ROBERT RANSON it will be nice for our press depart- I Pal..."." ..Ile )".. r .I ,.115.........
    muck lands are. The time and spaceat needed no drainage. -.... UN '
    or'muck Oct. 15, 1915. St. Augustine Fla. ment in encouraging others to "go from $650.00 down to r r.5n..; ."uTKifH. ..nI ss 11.5vr .
    my command are both inadequateto The peat lands I saw in ij '...uhl. 'In ' .
    and do likewise. : ,,. ? r'Knjs11rrm"v
    do this great subject justice but I the Kalamazoo district could up to $75.00. Will buy, rentor holdI :).IP l Mn".*t k .>n fuliion* rk.
    YoUrs in sunshine work for the chil- ha. outs a fen """*'
    hope later to fill in such missing links twelve years ago have been purchased J !.7mr"."..rI''" .,rrF'. nI I/Rrnll ,
    dren, Grace A. Townsend.C. tell row boat Fishing Ii S. /M..rln'f'W s.-/pf Owl,25 cJ -.
    as may be necessary to a proper set- for a song and are now held at up- CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORInterlachen COMPANY V
    I':. State Sunshine Introductionand Ad.I_ THE McCALL
    ting forth of a matter so vital to the wards of five hundred dollars an acre. and Boating Parties a.pecialty. 70S M.C.n ".d.. N>w Yo Car N Y.
    Depts Secretary.
    great reclamation projects now under The same is true of similar lands in I FREE S

    ,,'ay in Florida. New Jersey Illinois and New York Fla., Nov :2!, 19' : W. WI,. Mel! RirnM Copr of
    Long waistcoats and flap pockets : : I.adt
    1M. andnaro
    'IAIlA7INr ..
    Thirty years ago I came to Florida all of which I have examined carefully Veil Friends in Christian Ende'ivnr: ..l'.in>ml'.1........ .n.:1I: on r.qiM I.
    will be seen on autumn coats. I N..dl........", '
    settled which in I am leaving home today for a f"\\ i roar. . amt b.nla9'n.
    from Minnesota married and and! the main exhibit no ma- R. G. CANOVACity It... wllh neW'' ,
    I --- tmlr.: .'llrrr' "",.'h... HirK': for J nnt
    here and I know of no higher privilege terial difference to the peat and muck weeks attending district conventionsand I T. Cliurell W.r"'.nl, 11511.0 01... In tnrriiiir
    N, wand frocks made of Dockor ,' M.--.I:a ''huivh Fnn-
    pretty are ( 11 A-k Icir
    than to champion the cause of lands in Florida. These are l being meeting many, it is hoped fiiciul- Ilalll,',,:. hulnre.l .hc. ;'ATXTvl'tir
    combination. of taffeta and net Vi'.v. ,.
    state when in this drained and proving far of our work. a ; ; : R. il'T ::d
    my adopted as more profit- \ > >
    Phone 236R Rmtidtncm .. rvKi.v; .Zlt !!7rrn" !.
    <'a"e. an attack upon one section tendsto able than the uplands. When I was Before starting I wish to send this; I M7. B.' ,. .SSH"....... and hnedntia ,

    misrepresent the whole. Whetheror in Germany" in 1911 I urged upon 1. message asking that it be read in\ I ,MH t .Th.r'All:M Irlre""<",.nl mrN,. OfTM lo AWAT IKin and cornV. Olrla"' for i

    not I equipped for such a task some large holders of peat lands their I your next society prayer meeting or I .'.."11'""I""I"I1""l1m..I'"II..IIIII.'IIIII11"" '''''' .' ''' .. .' "paaa5aa..' ' 'r
    I __ '
    might be left for others to determine. value for cultivation and I haje recently business hour for society planH] It is Tf. j

    though it may not l he considered out ( had the satisfaction of receiv- I the only all-together Sunshine, Mission -:-- F lJ U' .-..;, .AI --
    I N
    A c.-= oe-v. .
    ff, place to briefly summarize m>' ng letters telling me of the adoption work we have in our stale C, K:. ,
    years of effort on this special line of :sf my recommendations By request union. What are WE going( to do as 3 < '
    I Launches Skiffs H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY
    investigation From 1H')8! to l 19 0b) I I appeared before them' and later explained OUR part in this new plan of "A I f.

    experimented with peat as a fuel, gas the value of the waste peat Cycle of Teas," just started by Mr

    producer and as an enruher of soil from their power plant for the purpose Fagg for the wintertime support of Dories, Built to .5.x

    From 1906!! to 1910 I built three plantsto of fertilization. the many homeless children in the I :
    FLORIDA "Th.L.ndor E.'A.etnl.nt."I. Being
    prepare peat for use in the fertilizer The bog here referred to was far care of the Children's Home Society? Order R..JI' De-tod Any 0'''.. Slat in fA. Union I

    trade two of which were burnt lighter than anything I have seen in Last fall when the "Save a Baby I.

    down. From October 1910 to October Florida and I have samples of it now Clubs" plan commenced our Kndeav I I I.I I

    1911 I spent year in Europe studying to show to any one interested. No- I orerq took right hold. Mr. Fagg said BOILERS AND TANKS I.I

    the various developments in the where in Europe did I ever hear the they actually were leaders and feltso BUILT TO ORDER I BREAKER & BARCLAY

    use of peat in the British Isles if word muck all bodies of such lands grateful that later on he had a '

    Germany Holland and Belgium. I were invariably referred to as peat leaflet printed which told of the gen I. GALVANIZED Real Estate and /insuranceKittimmee :

    visited practically all the deposits of lands whether light or heavy whether erosity of our Endeavor young people .

    note in these countries studying the partially or wholly decayed. Peatin In five months besides helpingin I COPPER AND ,

    various uses of this material. For the English and Torf in Europe and other ways indirectly we gave Fla.'I. R.,

    past four years I have been developing though reference to our better classof from twenty-two Young Peoples and I ZINC SHEETS +
    a large deposit of peat on Pablo dictionaries give such definitions of one Junior society exactly $1,07202 OAK. CYPRESS oral CII,..Pr..rss c_ ?.r

    Creek sixteen miles east of Jacksonville peat and muck as man be considered and this provided for one hundred and TrALM..

    the JAM. branch of the F. J. M. COOPER CUr .'I
    on authoritative only practical experience one poor little children.We MAHOGANY"'' : c.I'I. !

    E. C. railway preparing by improved and judicious treatment of -such J have now nearly ninety Young

    methods humus as an enricher of soils I soils can prove their value. People's several Intermediates and WHITE PINE and .. .... .......... .....o. .... ..... > 400eTHR . ... 1 ,

    and an ingredient of fertilizers with We were treated to an exhibit at I at least twenty Junior societies on the i-ryl

    such success that my present orders Detroit by the director of the North state union lists. On these surely we ALL HARD WOODS

    warrant the building of a factory of Central Experiment Station of Minnesota I may safely estimate on one hundredin ALL PURPOSE CHAPC04L STOVE i

    ten times my present capacity.The Mr. Otto I.I Bergh of Grand a condition to do something this FIRE ESCAPES 6

    American Peat Society was established Rapids Minn., of about fifty varietiesof autumn. Last year had such cheer- The Gem -

    in 1907 in Jamestown and forage plants grown on light peat ful results with efforts of but twentytwo Competent Force of Work-

    for four years I had the honor of be- lands which was the most convincing societies, and how much shouldwe c 1

    ing vice president, and have since object lesson of the value of peat and expect from one hundred societies men for Road Work at ECONOMICAL DURABLE

    served it in other capacities and I samples of this that I brought back these closing months of 1915 .

    was fortunate in securing St. Augus- with me .are astonishingly light and A few weeks ago art International <&). All Times. ATTRACTIVE t ,
    tine as the next plac,.of meeting for but slightly decayed. To my mind Sunshine society was started by some J JI

    f this society in 1916 which will resultin this utterly demolishes! the theoriesput young girlb in St. Petersburg.: They I This little stove U built to stand I

    bringing to Florida a body of ex- forward by the soil investigatorsof went to work at once making pretty rough usage made of strong 1 +A

    perts keenly interested) in the cultivatlpn the Ft Lauderdale area. things to sell in a bazaar for one of sheet metal-it will five the best .

    of peat lands many of them With the results of the past twen the Sunshine Society benevolent I of wear and icrrice. It's much a r

    farming large tracts themselves. ty-t ve years in all lines of inventionand waysthat is, the Blind Babies' Home I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA easier te handle than the old clay 4

    Summing up my eighteen years de- the actual and visIble accomplishment -
    pot and it will not crack or
    voted to the study and practical working of so many things that were formerly -

    of peat bogs in Florida I think I thought to be quite impossibleand break. It will boil tbe week'swaib '

    may 'Flaim to possess sufficient knowledge only treated of in such fiction I heat irons and cook a meal :
    I of my subject to entitle me to an as emanated from the brain of a Jules I I with a very small amount of 4

    audience of those interested in the Verne, it strikes me as the height of THE FLORIDA METROPOLISFlorida's charcoal; in winter it can be used for heating purposes. No smoke no odor.

    of the three four mil- folly to in cold I
    reclamation or embody type opinions
    I Tbese stoves are very ornamental and are fuarrnteed to five absolute
    lion acres of this class of lard saidto condemnatory of the earnest efforts Greatest Newspaper satisfaction. PRICE $1.50. For sale by all progressive dealers.

    lie within the borders of our state. of the who
    pioneers are lavishly ex-
    That many failures have attendedthe pending their money and brains "to o
    for the EXTRAORDINARY LIMITED 30-DAY OFFER 3650 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.
    efforts of myself and others in open up coming generations ,,

    this great field of work, along com- new territory from which vast good NOVEMBER 15, DECEMBER 15. Send for oar ..neral calolo......

    paratively new lines and with littleor may accrue to the world at large.Th .

    no experience of past generationsto .,men engaged in these development One and I C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.

    refer back to, is not surprising scheme are mostly like yself.Why Year---Daily Sunday $3.75

    but reclamation with the vast of Vamp!developments areas in in the ROmany Six Months---Daily and Sunday $2.00 The Waters & Carson

    states under the close ken of ,
    Four Months---Daily and $1.25BY
    the National Department of Agriculture .

    of exactly the same nature of MAIL ONLY I
    not give
    soils as found in the Ft. Lauderdalearea r and girl yoorboy anopportunity I Grocery Company r

    both in appearance and as to
    is most r, their Take Advantage Of This Offer
    shown by chemical analysis it mud and .
    *.. 4 % eay I I
    astonishing that so-called men of rfeebvff Give i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
    1 science can so stultify themselves as them the same I THE FLORIDA METROPOLIS 15 an aggressive, clean, metropolitan -

    to depreciate by hair splitting com- chance to win pro- newspaper. It stands for better State Government and Civic ;

    between muck and peat the motion and success I Rightro'Mness; has the courage of its convictions and is not afraid to GROCERIESl
    parisons aa the lad having the j express themPip... l
    opening up of new and productivelands advantage of

    and place' the seal of official : !
    s-----..s WEBSTER'SNEW METROPOLIS'special leased wires bring the

    condemnation on some particular section news of the entire world into its own office, and at the same momentit

    which more or less applies to the INTERNATIONAL is transmitted to New York Chicago and the largest cities :n the : 4 444444'.440044 4 4 4444444444444000 0 tn'

    whole state besides censuring indirectly Dictionary in his home. This new country. 0 WE SELL; : 4 00) WE BUY: 0

    I; public officials and private par- creation annum with final atithor- 4 4 4 O

    I ties who have expended much money ity all kind of puzzling questions 14 I HAY 4 000 0
    I in the development of swamp InndsAlalagous in history geography! : biography, I SUNDAY FEATURESComic :/4 0 4 HIDES 4
    spelling, pronunciation,sports arts, 1000 GRAIN 000 0
    i to the alleged statement and sciences.40S Section and Magazine Section by World-Famous Cartoonists ; 0 4 4 FURS 0 ',

    {( of the Attorney General of Kansas 000 Vocabulary T_>. 270 Pa,... and Writers. other 0 'Elnll.IZEnS 0 00) 0 :
    t that in his opinion the lands of Ov.r4e0ellluetradona. Colored Plata*. Many Special Features. t 4 00) WOOL O
    ... .. ...
    - T5..F .eti. tlh now Pap. 0
    Florida were not worth a D--m is a The trp matter i* eqniTalen to that "A Florida Floridians" ,,0)0 SHINGLESORANGE 4 *
    Paper for
    statement read before in of a 15-volume noyolopodi. 4 4 00) AM 0 fl
    our society
    Mar ScboUrly Accurat. Conrmlvnt.and 4 BOXES 00) 4 4
    Detroit as follows: Aathorltad.* than Enf. 1 4 O 4 ALL 0 + +'

    In a report by the Suryeyor General II." Dictionary.REGULAR: DONT MISS: this opportunity to get the BEST paper in the State a .I 0 ORANGE WRAPS; O 4 0

    , of Ohio dated November 1815 he full twelve months for only $3.75 by mail. 4 O 4 COUNTRY
    AND 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 s 0 ,
    ! I I stated that an examination by expertsof INDIA WANTED-Agents in all towns Write for terms. Good commissions. 00> ... 00> PRODUCE *
    the state of Michigan showed that PAPER 00 CRATE NAILS 00 00 :' ')" .

    r not an acre in one hundred and prob- | EDtTIONS.IWKTTK 00 00 00 ;Oot ,il j "'t I..

    aoly not one one in a thousand fee 0440000400040000 440000000000000.,,.f' ''A
    rI ...pfla.a, THE FLORIDA METROPOLIS -r i s s ,; c' h
    cultivation and a .
    for that as an ag- .
    -'"/ We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. \. ;
    \ ricultural proposition the whole state .. .aorl has t'
    of be Fletida's Greatest Newspaper Wi give special 1 attention! to fitting out hunting and camping. parties;' > ? 1
    Michigan might out
    Free in limits. 'Phone No. 12. '""' :'
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    \ words to that effect. ... MAib JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 4 Wears county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pricat, e l i

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    ? / received this week another lot of those Skirts thing this season for making Suits, .all colors, at only ;

    '.. at a bargain cheaper than you can afford to buy the 22 cents per yard. See them in window. ,

    : material, say nothing, the making of them. Received this week three mor cases Oi" Elk Skin \

    Lot No. 1 ----Blue and white stripe with pockets and Shoes for men. They are hard to keep, but "we have i

    trimmed with buttons to match price $1.50. them just the same at $2.25 pair.

    : Lot No. 2.---Assorted Greys with pockets and Received Thursday morning another lot of that .

    :; trimmed J with buttons to match price $1.98.Lot Candy 25c lb. elsewhere. Our price, all kinds, 15c lb. I !

    No. 3.--Blue and Black All Wool Serge with We are still t liI1gthose'measures for the Famous (

    .; pockets trimmed with buttons to match price $2.75. Scotch Woolen Mills Suits, $15.00 two piece suit.

    Lot.No.. 4.---Blue and Black AllVoo1 Serge with Have sold( a bunch this week. Come in and look them : :


    pockets, trimmed with buttons to match price $2.98.A over and be convinced that they are just asve say, I

    new lot of Large Plaids in Piece C oods, just the same as you pay $25.OO;:; ) for elsewhere. '. :f !

    ::1 "Where your Dimes last like Dollars' DOLLAR LIMIT STORE G Company, Proprietors "

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    1 Ill(' :.Melbourne) .lonil I Ml I t I IK ';'1M-n-.l; I wlt 10 city ItmltHi ...-. . . . . . . . .. .. .*>+**-4+4*+++4++++4++*4+ *+++9+
    Your .ii, lII.l, ..IK." I ,lie liitllr ass ref'rril to
    Brick Paving Is ( "o nt\ I>i" i't I"lion Agent l"vnns Body tli. MI' ..I i < ""njtt4.e< .for old'ralion(
    \s ''II 1 I h "I'1 ''' t that, II.( y report l ha'k to '
    who with Miss Anne (Carson, I ,,. ...
    4 ii ,it ,it, ,it i-Xt, m. tlnfc I
    Classified Advertisements
    Mi, .J I I I' Woo ( aiming ( lub agent, is (to have charge!
    Delayed For a Month Protests Calomel i ..1'-11.1. .,ii, an member of roundhlih !.
    of the exhibit. of (Osteoln) ) COUnty nt Against \\ (F I \* is on. motion accepted
    :Mi, I 1:11'. tit 4' (trysT, wa. placed In .
    the Five County 1 air in Orlando) was I Momiii' ( .ill' ,",,n tn fill \ftb..ny . . .o.o.o.oo.oooooooo. .IO'O 'OOOOOOOOOO.'O.O'OO'OO
    You have noticed the disagreeable : i !, 1 (. f Mr J D. Woodbeck 1
    from 1) allowed $100 of the fund of $GOO( appropriated << i" H K n 1 .ll.l A.
    'Jontlnued pane; ''* ruin of <'OUIK'11 Th.* president call-
    I I' DWELLINGS for to M. FOR RENT-Six modern
    ''effects of calomel that sukeiiing nau- .. rent pply room cottage -
    for this exhibit to defray : i\\ f"i 'I i.10.I noinlnattofin I ( there being;
    the paving company that the work I sea that is characteristic There is no I 1 no (Ill 1 I... i "oml..II"n.. I Mr Bryan w KH I Tiller. close in; $12 per month. E.
    exhibits Mr.
    the Five- expenses in preparing 11 Tin ntnmuHHer) tod AM mf>mber of the E. Wells Real Estate and Insur
    must be finished in time for for system in I oi-U, until. npjtt .K Evans, reported that the, work of getting reason<< teal'lnup your ance. 104 Poesiel Ave. (The Inn).
    Os- 'tli( (tun from 17 I..
    in which pt WAS prrnenterf
    in Orlando
    Fair I oaiette: ot tf
    County I such drastic I I\ ,,,.. I
    ready for the fair was progreits- a manner.IJVVER.L.itX :. eking p( rrnlimion( to install
    ceola county will: participate. It was ... I- '' tank In front ofp bicycle
    I that wonderful : STRAWBERRY PLANtS Send
    board ing nicely. I Mnr< ( :No, ; 25 Hroadway) on motion FOR RENT-Furnished Data Apply $2.50
    argued by the members of the i vegetable<< compound is just as useful i t tic MM im' was rnf crrd to building .end nt the Gazette offlce tf for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $ .
    road will be muchly traveled |. Hi 1 1 l-t .-mllte..l( ; for consideration and
    this trees
    that plum. cherry
    as calomel for toning up your liver \ < .."'munll..llon from during the fair which is to be held in New Name Is I I, jinking. I that "un11, consider laying. FOR SALE-12 gauge double barrel at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-
    ; of -
    and ridding your system stagnating |''wld"nll k H on ...Ih aide of Mabftt shot almost G.I foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf
    the construction gun cheap ; new.
    February and that poisons. and it does not make you i .Htr*.-t i unnlntf( went to dralsage. ditch
    interfere with traffic. I < >n n"lI"n matter wan referred to the V Parker. 45-2t'
    work would Adopted By GrowersContinued feel badly like! calomel. It is pleas- .tr*.el mi.inlttt for consideration FOR SALE-Two boats; one 35x10 t
    The contractors promised to do the with( .IU."t that they report back to
    ant to take with no unpleasant after- ..oun<.(II at next ineei.nfr. FOR SALE OR RE>fT-A five room 18 H. P. T. A M. engine; one 16

    best they can to complete it by that I effects. Keep it in your home for I The Ht .ret i'otninl ttee waa instructed bungalow completely furnished. foot long 4 II. P. engine will sellcheap
    I ill makf npt"p".U' arrangements to ; also one pair large mules.
    from Page One.)
    time.Mr. health's sake. I tHkt. care. of team of mules and to pufhHflf Nelson Realty Co. 45-8tpd' H. W. Tborman 22-tf ,
    who addressed the of the members is <' m < '.sMar>' e ulprnent and to purchaiie .
    Gillispje' big majority were j If L1V-VEU-LAX not entirely mules' and employ a competentteamnti J

    board stated that at the time the truck growers in the immediate vicinity satisfactory your money will be returned .r to take are of and handle FOR RENT-Rooms unfurnished LOST-Leather bill book containingElk's ;;
    name to best advantage** of city. .
    : contract was signed his company of Kissimmee they thought without question. The original Ther* he intc no further huatnHHH the beautiful lake view, delightful card. personal cards and receipts -

    ) hoped to have the work well underway that the name of the city should be bears the likeness of L. K. Grigsby. .ou'lI'lI fHHlon( Hdjourn..d! t.. meet In I)' regular 1115\ neighborhood 121 Patrick St., closein all bearing name of E. E.

    by now and practically completedby worked into the name of the organi- For sale at 50c and $1 rI..Y. Osceola Tu..daY/1 Uji' iZWiu Is'. ; $5 per month. 46tf Naugle. Reward if returned to
    c J U (on-UKHT President
    Christmas. The fact that the A. zation. The name finally agreed upon Pharmacy \ Clerk WANTED-To buy eight or ten ranch Valley! Gazette office tf

    L. railroad delayed the placing of first H Edmund
    C. was suggested by
    % aidings as requested for the unloadingof Swabey.The FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway.
    Ordinance Is Directed To A 1.1"- AMfOM TT MAY CONCKKN: : rock-bottom price and where can be .
    brick was cited at) reason for the held since the name I Notice lm hereby given that I will 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat;
    growers O. P.
    McCabe Kissimmee.
    sOil before he '., House seen.
    Then I t url door In completeily equipped for '
    postponement of operations. of Kissimmee was peculiar and was I KlHHlmmee.( Oftceiila' County Kla. on Park. 44-tf cruising. :
    the 6th day of I I' 1915 the Will sell at reasonable .
    'P when the sidings were placed some At Pens ec durln very price.
    applied to no other city in the United A.CLJtock It-Kftl hours of .nale I ) the bent and
    ,. two or three weeks ago the brick States that it had a distinctive advertising I highest i bidder I for c;RS..;. the following FOR SALE-Three-room house and See or write W. W. Saunders 316 "
    dent rlbc d property In. 8t Cloud, Onre- Mabbette St. Kissimmee. tf \
    company whiih! supplies the company value and this idea resulted I I Ills (Countv 1'\0. 'to-wit lot. $350; twenty-five dollars cash \

    with brick was short of vitrified brick. (Continued from page 1) Lois 3 and 4 of Block 3b. to satisfy balance $10.00 per month. This
    4n the .
    change.It '
    a judgment of J K. Karrla A ( 0.
    The plant had been shut down on September pens outside the city limits. against John Hah layer In the sum of beats paying rent. J. M. Willson, NURSERY TREES-Valencies. Par- :

    was agreed that every memberof S4U.7U. said judgment. being obtained son Drowns and Tangerines. Rough '\
    lit for repairs and the avail- Other important actions taken by Sept 16th 1915 I Jr.
    a the association would use the This I 4th day of Nov. 1915 Lemon Sour and Grapefruit stock '
    able supply of brick shipped to other the council were the election of Eu-
    of the organization:; all I*. H INURAK.OHDINANCH LOST-Brass alto horn. Return '
    stamp upon to from Basscnxer Hammock Nursery
    points. Mr. Gillispie explained that gene C. Bryan as a member of the 46-4t l'ih"rlrf.. r ; ,
    1 shipments sent out and a committee '- any member of the Kissimmee for sale cheap by Henry W. ," .
    it would be some time before the body to fill the unexpired term of J.: .

    composed of Messrs. Pansier Fripp Concert Band and receive small re Srn'th, Wanchula Fla., Route 2
    plant was able to ship the required D. Woodbeck, whose resignation was
    and Naugle was named to design a AIV om>irvA <'K pHomniTiNO TUB ward. tf .. 03moFtR
    -i amount 'of bride for this work. accepted because of his removal from U'II"'U' 0' AKIMA1.M THMOU&H'l'JIE :
    stamp to be used. As soon as this HTHKKTA 4>P THK CITY OFK18SIMMKK
    Congressman W. J. Sear. appeared the city; and the decision to purchasea :
    stamp Is designed"orders will be 'LOHIDA. WANTED-One"mare, must be gen- : SALE-4\\> acres good land; 150 r,
    suggested that
    before the board and team of mules and proper -
    -', placed for a supply so that every equiP-I Re It ordained by the Council of the years old. Give lowest price and orange and grapefruit trees about
    ft- Capt. L. R. Farmer, in charge of the ment to do all of the city's Pity of KlHHlmmee Florida that on
    be instructed to member may have one in addition to work instead of letting this' (and after leemt..r I. 1 iM 5, It shall be all particulars. O. P. McCabe Kis half bearinp ; 150 nursery trees; 20
    convict road
    sanitary ..
    r1 gang unl"wrul I 1 for any I person or ,p rmvnswhomnoef simmee Park. 44-tf
    his which will cleared
    personal 1 horse and
    own stamp I acres 2
    'I- plant Bermuda grass on the roadbeds work out to private parties.The ( 'r to drive any horftamult ; wagon
    : also he placed upon packages. In I n. Hh..1. or \ of all highways as fast as they official report of the council I the( H.r..I.. roinln 01 ..1I.s w It hlii. t.h"i
    t' FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and
    t order that the stamp of the organization 11..r" limits of Mild l ('It) unl"Htt I 10 head of hogs Price fi'fteen
    .- are improved and alongside the hard- meeting as furnished by City Clerk I said a n 1 ma IH )I- Ht u ely fastj'i..1 \\'1 It hHome I wagon one 2 r>'. Buick In good I
    stand for something it was : : 'r : I hundred dollars to J, N.
    surfaced roads. Mr. Sears explainedand may J. R. Gilbert is as follows : ropt. ,,. 1 IC or t hung alitl led ,.rIll condition good Urea ; must soil or
    that member be I i 1\ .11 l" Htime t .ll)1leICtt uii Smith
    decided one designated ( pereoti John M.
    or Lee
    trade at A, M. P. 0 Kissimmee
    i the members of the board agreed The Council met in regular session, .I'r M li..n.iI.. <--I "'1",1 HU<'h anltiiHlHmust onre Jones. I
    as inspector and that all packages be. Box 221. KlRslmmee 7tf Fla. 45-2tpd
    with him that heavy sod of Bermuda J K. Knbbs .. .
    a there being present G. Anp"rs. .. 01 p rsoriH. violating. thtnordtna
    should be standard to his in-
    served to hold the road bed subject ix e 5111111' 1 1 u lion t'on\ IrtloM' betint .
    grass president Roma Thomas W. W. Carson : -------- -- - - - -.-
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    M. I D. Alexander I tl not ""l'F Itnir' 1 l.rt.lIlari 01 hI
    together in the most severe rain- spection. was nam- J. W. Thompson Lewis O'Bryan I mprlHtinetl. not l.x'l (HiiK thli. ly jilTs I'illil.i. I IM i.mill Isht( ..1 '' IK't a a-k fin ii I,,, I 111 I ::1 I .1,111)l )" ed as inspector and he will pass on ,lit hit r ii 'labor or b<;.tli Much fi in- at nil I 1mpi t ,,,,i i- utiHi" 'c ul1- \\ i"UH In th. K IHHt tin. iill. (Hill ,.r <' .' (
    storms. Mr. Farmer has already been city attorney, II. R. May mayor andJ. J (InoTimLiit. In I hi. dim ri-ti,,", of t lit. I",,HUf. \ltlllV. l.Iz; I t ii t .H 1\.t1k 1 1I >. will I In lu,' "IIIUIH.. of. law. I I.. 'tak, M" as
    ? dicing this where end l it all shipments sent out by members.The t'o.u'l I ,i.-sio'i| I )ii]lilin( of g'-n.-.i I Ii ..""r. MM* ,1 nualMHl th. Ha .,1 Ktiiml... I .
    practical w.nsMr. R. clerk. .h..I"I',1 : .
    Gilbert : : ; : ; :: .
    standard packages for various HI ltd a Oral( ,"ii,,1 .m-ii',"i.i 1 11m.1 In o p< nHAKHton 1 iii u 1:1: ( ,Ion t ,, tht cit I >HL < uaniH i n,tn
    Sears' idea merely to have the official The minutes of the last meeting ; ami IIM.t til imtuHly ".'HH'I hlw. ) St .til. <.r FI.oIl"I ., iU 1'1"1" IIKTHHK: iHliriirn) That
    .. products will be decided upon at a 2nd, dnof. ;.0..\ .V I I.) I I'M, S(8.uI I I i'i---I ii.l-i Hi. lloiniiiihl,. J/IIIK. \Vf I llllH' nr .1, I I- I... .l.lll.llnhfll. litHe a w..k
    Instructions given so that the were read and approved reports of : > i. ,I-' KIII BB-I.: '.-, klMH,' ..r I Il.*. HII, (I.I < .>Ut., alul' fin. iKhl' .i.O"M..II.I\. .. hICkS i In tin, K IBMinim. -
    later meeting. Mr. Alexander will I I'r."Io'.nl' of founctl nimini..' AM t '1 1..i k I h'.r..r arid I h. .'" \ .ahI.v. I liitzitte H ueiklv
    :1.- work be carried on more generally. examined and tnwniiaiM -
    can approved.
    were A 1t'HI J n .n.nri:HT. IUoI,1 l) ( M..I..I) II lie, Hiiil III. lull' '1,11)1 -i
    also be market of the | and tif et'iI, | '|
    uin li-u-
    : The board so ordered Mr. J Farmer man organization bills were approved and ordered paidas I leI k ...iI th t 1 lt > ..f KiHHtifie. I I thi H til .1\\l nt ;N.S ,,01.. I V I I. 1 1'il l *> or-I I loll.: .,. III:: th::,. I'ltv:: :of KlKHlllllll.( ;.... I .I,nuilt -
    : and will keep the members posted pprod tills) 2 tt\) of Nt" .. A D j I. I m'r' H!'rrnrKTll \ ..r li4l't l.t .iin.1 ..liue ,,Morlila. ..
    and in the future he will follow this follows: 1 11J! 1 5 { .1.1'.1'] .\K f l UtlC flllUtt < *.. \v ITNT-sS: i HI i-: IKINOK( .vm.r .1 T vvrs:

    : j-,, rule on all roads built in the county. as well as possible on the prices II H May sal a. mayor _ u $ 3000 \11 K MAY, JI (HNsK: )V 'Sr I liMUtFTT( I \\- rnitKINS. luilui of the Saul l ..iurt
    paid in the various markets. < !I.V Uvo-atreeL sal\ marshal! 75 Oil Ma> "r of I h.. Pity of \ *t ( '"ul1"1 1 for ( 'otnpliitniint.. 4ft-lft '11I(1I'V. 'Ilialilie '.'l I'rk h'n..r. ami, tho
    Attorney J. S. Cadel who I 46-51 f KlNMlmmee ---- ... ..lor 'th,' Maui, (Clrrull,-
    k County A K <'oli'mnn. Mal pollen 5r.1I1I( . -Cinirt .it Kl( ._-
    During the meeting it was suggested J f. Huberson sal trrniiurir "r. ("(n I IJ Ill 1.1. 10 Oil I ir: .... ..1...: Kliiiin., .. OH. i-i "!lii | -u, )hli.rliln .."
    was asked by the board to look up the that the organization be incorporated 11 (lillbert mil rli-rk -__ u__ 7-. ("(II U I LI. 'to 0\1 IKT "M".PJ hits lii. 4", .I.'."* ..r :Nox'"lb". A I If I..
    matter of medical inspection of schoolchildren (Olltiert sal dejy t-II. 2. o I l m < re..H < Drl for Ike Nrirnlb Jiidlilnl I I-IIS I
    : and that a co-operative pack- L.H 4> lir-aIb. nal; rll: >' attorney:: L' : ::(n I In ('I" nl1 <'..urt of the H..*entfh Judl- I Irrnlt of I h< Ststc of florlri I II. it -1 t' s, ,.l|1\t .i .I i. (V' ,-:|(sTHii, ;T
    read the law passed by the K IHM. TVI ('0. rent for .e' 1 .1.1 n. 4IaI! Ireult of the *.tate of KloHtla F In nod fr 4 ...>e.>lM ('0..'". AM "I.k| I'll( ,nil 4-nrt nfi.Mnll.
    ing house be established. This. however l-iaternllv( Hull nut fni > si, lf ((19 In sail for OIM..-.. 4'ont7.morx' l\ ( llti ..:nyI .J01I\SH: iN: A, I i\ltl; i RiTr.
    legislature and the letter of the state ,' board of health. It was found that was passed for the time being Itomii ThoniHH sal inUl. ( oumll I (U" Kniurr. I.. I.e..l..> and \\ slier <'. Il.ii... - __ _n ___
    but it is not unlikely that as the .J \N Thiimpnon. 4il inui ....i. ,il I I jv ,. -: I.. I.eMl.>> nntlMller. 4 lla... "I .frniintn In 4 om_.... ( ..niplMliifinl ' (his work is to be paid for by the \ \V. I'armm. sal! iiln,' i'"11"( I I 10( clients.. In 4 .*mm.... 4 omplalnant t MI .
    and that where trucking business develops a packing (iiv OvilBtrett. '.,i. I in i mn'" t : si, *H. I .....'.. Hliorn.. sod her huMltnnd. If i hi :N..M.P (IB Ii. i-I,, ",1! , ". Ihll'| 11I1.1..r -
    i state board of health house will be built. n \\ lv.. .rrl..I. and l.nrln f>Ml.4 rn. and ,anil, l I.t \ (It l inMIL ot., .will( of f'XI"<'utlm'
    there is a regularly appointed county 'M liaiilj-l . 0 HO mnrrleH. and urla 0..0' and her If Mhr lr mnrrlrd.Hnlh ..t I I ,.r I Hi.,. 4 ,.ii"'1'r' uf ("s-
    : I -- -- I : W ....r"oIlH. m.i.t a- I" '*4J. I IV .., her IfiiMbuntl. If Mbe IMA>.1'1'1..1. rlnr TltnuMon .... 1..... ref... I "r"!hi 'to", '1"1..1.i '. "" i"". 4iit h .11I' .
    -.-.; physician the county boards have lllt'V ( "Tettt.,,'( I'.'." |.t IH :21.3: Knlherlnv. InipMon sad 1....r.ncM* .1.lml.... hr hUMhitnd. nn"l '1. o. OMI 'if-tolur \\ I ) 1 III nnrt I,, v ...
    :\I' f MlHHOIIll II. ..111-..-I,. III Mill I. Itnpwon. her .....10....... and M. C'. <>.- I I 1"0'0" sod %.i. o. 4>MliArn nnd Mllo c. ;I l. :. (I. In ; i.HUM.HI,, ,r.i; |,, u K nn ill- .'
    made it a practice to employ him. In PIGS 10 MONTHS OLD I III of III .1 . II 1000'. and M. 4 Inborn sniP *lll i 4OMl ,. 4''sIrne> and Mllo o. tlsh.rn. and I a, il .inn n 1.: uthard .11- ..1..1"1.s.iiith-IMIBJ-,
    ,- with the plan the commissioners TIM' i I': JoliiiHtnii. air\l.<.fH .IIH (.il\ ..trne and Mll I'. and I 1<..110..1.... I.. I.Ii InujMlun ....1 hrrhtiMttnnd hISS, HB the Siinthiinl, i Ionlrat.tig, (',
    ,._( keeping ..n"III..r( _ .__ _ If 00 Kniherine I.. I.IIsg..t.n .Dd her If she lie ",...rl..d. andnlhnnl4l 'lianx l n i.< I th.. I l-liilntllTH. ,| th 1' .rj -_
    named Dr. J. D. Chunn of St. I K .I-: Mafrt.!.. ixlra I l"'Ii.(I'I i iMm hu..nn. If she. I... _.....I..d. nail ,athaniel I \ I. llrjnn arid "%. fItr '. BvlMinln.. ( ( HI I'ornpniM a MII I'loiltlu.< to.ii
    WEIGH OVER 300 IBS. .1 ( \VOIiII.Xtrn, polli-,i- J (nil I'. iiras .... ""i. 4', Itrsn and ,nn nii4l I,lie la '1. '. iran4 ad and , IH 10.. ilc'r.-iiilnnl I HUM I.MIHI
    i: Cloud to make the Inspection of K.)' .lohiiRiiTi, ,xtra ;pulio 2 (nnLet ((I ueln M. twDMend nnd 4 hunts I>. I ( ......I.... l>. .ominnid. her husband, uiiiin tin folloHlnir I as the iiiinrt\' 1.,1.,1| of|
    school children. He is paid at the I' Neal i xtra j.ii 11. .* 2 till .I..d. her .01..01. and Mnry ..4.Iore ..nd lisry A. M.,re and her anahaad. Sn Ill -,,'lt
    J. K. HilUard of Hilliard's Island \\' II MnkliiHon 1 ('0. moni.> si wk -5 and ...." ....."...... If ..... be If she l he tnarrletl. and Marr A. I lit- a <>o.l, i 1-ig fonipli... fur
    $ rate of ten cents per child for his The May Lumber Co lunib. ;,trntr married and I has a pair of pedigreed Duroc Jersey M't work 7 1 14 .,........... If she. l.e _.rrl.... "' |>. married. 1>. More and "'. Ik.Moore IrunB ropes lint l I,,.)UHiR. tine 25-
    work, the payment to be made by ROHR OravrH indue 8t work 00 200 More and \\ I>. Moore and simon and Vt afnoa I>. ,More and \\'.,- horB. .,..wl'r uti-ani hl-i] 2"( .
    the state board of health. i pigs only ten months old which he Hint )Hank of KI..... onUiM imldBtrt' I.. More nnd \% n1nvn l>. Moore and flIts I). >10..... and I ".0'1... II. (Or..*... l>ow r steam .'nirlmtwo one hnrsi
    & states will weigh over 300 pounds .-t work _H __ ?!" ,0 4 hnrle. II. ....0.*, !O.... and nil ternonMrlalmlnic 5r.. all perwoan elalatlaK' laterem BlrniB Ii feet I Inntr it nil l 4'4 I Imlita dillllnx" olKm.Ki
    i! \ A petition signed by a large number Much JirtiM. teams for Ht. work ((150> lnlere4M In the landM In ::101.he ,lands In thin Hill deaerlh- nnr sink ..r stein thlee pair- '
    H It Aultman. teams tnfHt. wk ION( 13 thin 11111 described under the wnld ed uader the said aaaaed Kenpoadentit of } " four drllllnit I bits
    of citizens for the building of a each.These \\'. A. Jollier. Hal\ upt. 1 K 1. r 12500(( named. Respondent. If the same or If the same or aay of then ledeeeaaed Mrllllnir! : cnble: ??.. win- .and one line .wire
    : road from the A. C.: L. right of way two pigs are fine specimensof S K:. Gardner aal enirr K It 1'_ 75 00 .., of then be d.............. or utherTvlnei or otherwise, He..poadeata. hailer: two iiniiil. pumps., nbnut one 100
    -- what be raised in Osceola Kdlnon Cornell, fireman( K I.. P 46.00 11..0."...'.*. feet or six' inch casing : one bId
    neat the forks In. the road just east can J C Duckies, lineman; K K P 6000V. Order of I'NKIIentlon.TT llrdrr of I"nl.llr.t'o. rlrllllnir rBbl one hrnwer and mnnllla
    ; ; county and Mr. HilUard is as proudof R Rills collector K I, P.. ._ 60.00 > AI WHOM IT MAY: CONfKRN: TO AM- WHIM' IT MAY r-HNOnRN tools, lot of two ln< h Iron I ,forge
    ; of the J. W; Prentis place on the St. Everett Oornll. labor .K I, I'u 41 ((Mlm It from the sworn nil) of tt appearing by the sworn Rill of spear; two horn socket and pipe one
    3 < Cloud road to East Lake Tohopekali- them ai any boy is of his first long "' I.alne. labor ELI' uu _ __ 94 60 Pom, I f tr.'fe;, In this. cause thatthere (omplntnt ftlei, In thin cause that theIt lni tools: on. set. of -wrenches other: rlampali nah-.
    He believes that this section C. Huckl*.. part on wood cont. 3KS 11 : are persons Interested In the ,'n|>f>nden ta herelnhelnw named lire <- >vators. rope aorkrta. rubber
    ; ga was received and laid over for the pants. ; Stand oil Co., oil -_______ U IBVia property Involved In this suit other' persona whofle realdence cltlienHhlp tug ropes temple screw and all belt
    of Florida ha. a great future as a I Elec. Co. material E I. P._ 11040 than the known Respondents And that and a...... are unknown tn the <*omplalnantK attachments .onnectlona. tools other
    i time being owing to the fact that Elec Appliance Co. mat IS! L. P 2n SUulf the names of such persons HO Interested .. nd that relief !I. Bought. In and Oxturpa Implee'rtnw"lihma''h'rt'iry -
    ,there insufficient funds just at I stock-raising section if the farmers' ReflnlnK Co, oil I .-?-. -.-- are unknown to the Complainant. the said suit a Ira In sl them : 'belonging' to the connprt-. 4.
    are Cain (> llrrry Holler Co. labor nnd that relief Is prayed In the said FT IH THRREFOKK OROERFD Th..tLuria Well, the drilling ,
    awaken their '
    will to property said'
    1 this tim. to take on any more road only opportunities. and material H L, P _-__ $7.71U Hill of Complaint against. the said unknown Onborne. and her husband If she and the saltS well! now about defendnnt.16&0 feet
    R Inc. lAmp Co.. lamp. h'. 1600 HesnondentsIT be married and Lucia Oaborn and her In depth with 100 feet of 11 Inch .
    work.. H R Clark drayage; -,_ IUt IS THEREFORE ORDRRRn Thmt hunband If she be married KatharineTlmpaon and about 400 feet of 10 Ineh casing .
    &' I action token in'an W H Maklnaon' Co.. dtnae K L P alt parties claiming Interests In and to and Lawrence Tlmpson, her In place In aald well All of casIng '
    The same was Tbs) new fall corsets have an unmistakable v. R. Kills. stamps refundst 45 the following described real property husband and M. C Oiborne and M.Oaborn. (1.: located "old said prop.erty -

    > <(: : appeal made by C. Brice- nip-in at the side.CWCHESTER Mach Rro., .hop work R L, P-_ I.60 sltuato In the County of Osoeola and Mllo C. Osborne.and Milo C. Park In oniih"county."" together at Klsslmmee with-
    it J. R. Ollbert. freight B I P- 17.MJ. State of Florida vis: Oiborn. and Katherine L. Livingston the lease and
    ;: -Nasb,--of the, Pinedale ,section, who M. HansalL aaL fireman W P T6.00J All that part of Sections Thirty and her husband. If aha b. married andNathaniel iras purposes from W. A. McCool for oil and
    '1 ('wnt.dtb.' fixed weat'of thev I Q Christopher, pump for W P 91.00 two and Thlrtythre tn Township C. Bryan and N. C. Bryan d..fend.nt. tq .a14 'ti
    : PilLS agrogatisg
    't.w. ,; road S Berry Pad ire tL saC scavenger ._ (o.00 Tw.ntr-flv. South Ran. Twentynln ...d Lucia M. Townsend and Charlca I). acres more or ..... about 1100
    it derided bow- Rayford MoLausrhlin aal acav. east, lying North of $ .
    8wop farm was iWaP.sVlsiLimHsii-V hiigleCreek TownaeniJ, her husband and Mary AMore All of which I will sell at the front '
    .. Fredk. Dta. Co, disinfectant.___ 10000 and East of the County and her huaband. If ahe be door 4k-
    .. 0 ' ,.. mar or the Court House
    !:J. '", Bam L. Lupfer. 5.0.. par roll and do appear to the Complainants'' Bill If she be married. W. D. More day of December on the 5th
    1 ((f make an Investigation see Jf : 'sb M..'Iui.b.\J rent P' ._-_.. 11.00 of Complaint herein filed on or before and ,D",.Moo re and Watson D. Moore the hours or lell'al & ."to 1911.tha wIthin
    7'I" 'be can'not arrange to'give,the people ;M.ti a KUa. Concert Bead approprla the 7th depot February, A. D. 1911' an4.' Mora and Charlaa H. and best bidder far cash to highest .4
    < ; IIRANDPIL& : ': .. lion to band fund ___ "Loo, .1... In due oourse oC law. the said BUiof Or_ 8r_ be and they are' hereby reoulred said execution with interest satIsfy. '
    'fI' 'fa'thi'section: temporary'relief until ..p ; --,, - -m a Complain*-wUI b --taken. ae oonfeesed to be an4 appear to'the Slit of I... H. INORAM.and oos.s.
    I A petition ';..p.f04 signedoperty b by all such parties.
    work Comelalnt filed In tb..ld.. cause. In Sheriff
    : 11 .2bxoad i gang, completethe: . ,on' .SOI.DIYDRLJG61ST3tkTlNEW\ p owners asking that :mmett And It I., further ordered that this the Court. aforesaid on or befor. Mon- d-U.. Countr.of. Oaceola Florida. '.,

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