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 12, 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: VID00724
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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While playing with matches in .
'J!",; MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTING barn at the rear of the family reii-( FROM ALL PARTS OF SOUTH ,That Kissimmee's lakefront offers I CONGRESSMEN, SPARKMAN .AND
'\ BUREAU EXPLAINS PLAN FLORIDA ATTEND SESSIONS advantages that their own can never
dence on Cburch street Sunday, SEARS, SENATOR BRYAN AND "
T.. OF THIS ORGANIZATION AND Hazel, three-year-old daughter. of Mr. RELD AT THE PRESBYTERIAN e ual seemed to be. the consensus of\ SEN. BRYAN FALLS UNITED STATES ARMY' .'
and Mrs. M. M. Miller }Mae badly, opinion of a party of Sanford men,
I"" burned about the neck and back. visited this city on Saturday and IN LAKE GRIFFIN .,
.. 'JOIN.1 THURSDAY. were shown the water front by a committee ; BOARD OF TRADE ON INSPECT '
.. The little girl, who is one of the
\\1 of board of trade members.In .
twin of the .
daughters family, was ANDCARSONSNORE .
1CJ:, ACTION IS DEFERRED playing with neighborhood children in NEW OFFICERS NAMEDREV. the party were C. R. Walker, .'
secretary: and treasurer of the Semi- .
the barn when the accident occurred.. .
\\II Just how the children got hold of the nole Dredging company, which is now The following telegram was received PLAN TO SEEK. AID: :
matches is not known. Neither is i It( engaged completing: the tilling in of from W. Harris,
.f' JACKSONVILLE AND MAKE INVESTIGATION known exactly how the little one's CITY TO BE PRESIDENT FOR Sanford's lake front behind the fine Valley Gazette yesterday: OF U S. GOVERNMENT .

OF PROPOSITION dress was ignited. Mr. and Mrs. Mil- NEXT YEAR WHILE MISS RO- new cement bulkhead built there; his Okeechobee, Nov. 11. ,. ,

AND REPORT TO KISSIM ler and neighbors heard the children NEY OF OCALA IS SECRE- son, Clifford; F. W. Mahoney, presi- Trip to Okeechobee City success ..)if
: MEE PRODUCE GROWERS AT I screaming and on seeking the causesaw TARY-NEXT YEAR'S MEET- dent of the Seminole Dredging company ful. Stopped Tuesday night at Alligator CHAIRMAN,, OF ''RIVERS .,rAND "

Y. NEXT REGULAR MEETING NOVEMBER little'' Hazel run from the barn ING WILL BE HELD AT ST. his son, Andrew; Fred Williams Bluff, last night at mouthof HARBORS CONHI'ITEE'';/ MEMBER I ,: {

..;-.. 20 OR BEFORE. with her dress aflame at the back. CLOUD city engineer of Sanford, and river. Met there this morning OF PARTY. HAS ALREADY I?\

}1 She was seized and rolled in the Capt. C. A. Nickerson who is in actual by boats from here and Ft. Lauder- GIVEN SUPPORT TO' MOVE .

<':, Corrected It>* new name to "Kissim- grass, which extinguished the fire. A The annual convention of the South charge of the dredging work. dale. Crowd guests of Board of MENT AND ON SEPT. 21. 114. yrI
:5" met Produce Growers" in stead of Central Florida District of the Florida Trade here and leave soon for Ft. MADE A LENGTHY PLEA IN ,
physician was called and found the injury These gentlemen were invited hereby '
,V/, "Kissimmee Products Growers. Christian Endeavor Union was Lauderdale. Lee, Harris, Griffin SPEECH BEFORE CONGRESS.
while painful not serious The John M. Lee after be had visited .' ,
: v, Listened to an address by J. P. little held on Wednesday and Thursday at and Crawford leaving this morn- 0\
able be Sanford
one was to out with her and had seen the work in
I ;. Hewitt, general maneger of the Flor- little the Presbyterian church here. There ing for return with Capt. Johnsonup Accompanied a committee of.the :
playmates again this week.A Operation there. Together with Mr. "
I ,? Ida Marketing and Distributing Bureau wa a large attendance of delegates Lei river. Sears and Carson remain- Kissimmee Board of Trade, the nuch- I
Capt. Clay Johnson, President ;
strange coincidence in connectionwith
asking the Kissimmee Produce from this section of the state and the ing with party. Snoring of Carson talked-about and often-planned congressional
"., the accident is that the other Stanford, of the Board of Trade and
Growers members ((1)) to vote that sessions of the convention were all and Griffin last night put the bull party left Kissimmee Tuesday .
twin Hermone, was scalded other they were taken for an automo- >
? their ten some well attended. to lost his morning at 9 o'clock aboard the '''.
I : organization purchase $100 ( bile frogs sleep. Bryan senatorial .. ..
tour of the and
month ago, giving credence to the city later visited
1 :\ shares) of the bureau's stock and Among the notables of the societyin the lake front dignity today by falling into steamer "Lillie" for a trip through .
old at the
saying that what happens to one city dock atCapt. the
river route to Lake
h thereby becoming a shipping-member attendance were Karl Lehmann Lake Okeechobee.W. a
twin will happen to the other. Johnson's dock and the Golf
1 organization of the bureau or that southern states secretary' from Alabama Club. B. HARRIS. Okeechobee: and probably to Fort Lauderdale s '

, ,t the K. P. G. members join them as and Duncan B. Curry, of Jack or Miami. The distinguished f
individuals by buying one or more BAND CONCERT GIVEN sonville, state president. They were impressed with the party I. composed of Senator N. P.
shares each.Appointed. beauty of the lake front and the opportunity Bryan Congressmen 8. ... Sparkmaa, '

'.' a committee of three to The convention voted to hold its offered for improvementif BILLIE BURKAM DIES W. J. Sears and Major W B. Ladue, 'r
next annual St. Cloud.
: WEDNESDAY ENJOYEDThe meeting at it is bulkheaded "
investigate and report upon the ad- i and filled in. Af- U. 8. Army engineer. The board of
elected for the
,;. visabihty of the Kiasimmee Produce ensuing ter viewing the lake the party was trade committee: accompanying the 'y{ t

.t Growers organization or its individual band concert given Wednesday year were: entertained at luncheon at the Broad FROM TYPHOID FEVER"Billie" party is composed of C. A.'Canon W. 1
President-Rev. A. M. Chisholm, of way Cafe. B..Crawford J. M. Lea W. ', ; )
y" members joining the Florida Marketing night by the Kissimmee Concert Band I B.. Harris
Kissimmee; vice-president, Mrs I. H.Wet.herbee Plans! are now being made for I and C. W. Oriffln r '
.' and Distributing Bureau. wa enjoyed by a large crowd. These a Burkam is dead. .
Instructed Union Center; secretary, visit to Sanford by of The visitors arrived hi. Kissimmee ton
said committee's chair- weekly concerts: at the band stand on a delegation That simple statement which
":=:: man (M. D. Alexander) ,one Brpa4way are proving attractive both Miss M. B. Roney of Ocala; treasurer board of trade members and prominent spread over the city Monday after: the night train Monday night and 3 i
J. H. .
.:- .(Continued. : : page Two.) to ,.visitor and home folk.. The, program C.ellar. St Cloud; Junior superintendent citizens to "note the work being noon brought grief to the hundreds Tuesday morning. They were. met '
u u Miss Maud Enlow, of Win-
given Wednesday night was as .. dote on the lakefront there. An- of friends_of this :Sterling young man. at.the Graystone hotel Tueedayfmorn- t
!i' SANFORD HIGH SCHOOL follow" : ter Park; Quiet .Hour superintendent, nbittcement of a definite date will be He had been ill for six week froman log by a large delegation representative '
: Mrs. R. C. Maxwell, of Sanford; made later.LAST citizens and automobile1
an tourS
American Dance, "The Horse Trot. Tenth attack of typhoid fever, but until
Legioner R.
March. "Our Director.: H. Murad a few day before his death there (Continued }
of Good n .u.
ELEVEN PLAYING HERE Sanford Citizenship -
Waltz, "A Little hopes of his ultimate recoVery.
Bit of Heaven. superintendent, Rev. E. D. OF CYCLE TEAS were '
One-step, "Rose of the Mountain Brownlee, of Sanford.A We suffered a relapse and his system' WILL EXPLAIN: PUN
t. KISSIMMEE HIGH SCHOOL TEAM Trail." weakened by the long siege of fever' ,
pleasing feature of the convention TO BE A BIG AFFAIRThe
,-.y: STRENGTHENED BY RETURN Patrol. "American PetroL" was the picnic lunch and supper not not strong enough to stand the TO ADVERTISE STATE

I' .. OF ASHTON 8INGLETARY. AN- Rag, "Ragtime Regiment Band." served under the shade of the treeson hock. He passed away shortly after ". .
: .' STED AND JOHNSON WHO Chilean Dance "Manana." the church lot by the mem- last of the Cycle Tea being 'o'clock: Monday, surrounded by the . A ....

; WERE OUT OF LINE-UP IN THE March, "National Emblem." bers of the local: Christian Endeavor given for the benefit of, the Children'. family andforrowing: friend Everything 'BL.-Hamner' of Tampa, 'wbo "

. PLANT CITY GAME. Another fine program will be ren- society.: -. Hom.'Society of Florida, which Is : that could be don. to cave his of 'th. commissioner of the

I dered next Wednesday night and The was carried out known a* "Florida Greatest Charity young life wa* done, but to no avaiL "Florida First" advertising' campaign,
..1' i I. invited .to program practically I Billie. he which: propose ,to a5"'Dd.f5 ,ooo advertising .
Strengthened by the return of BillAshton everyone hear the concert as announced: last week with a will be given Saturday afternoon a* wa affectionately : >
center Singletary and Anted few changes here jid there. The from 4 to 6 o'clock: at the Chap- known by almost everyone, was a I the: state a* a whole, ,has

tackles and Johnson,' end, the principal addresses of the first session ter House. To this tea everybody i Is II likable young chap and he had endeared written the Board of Trade her a* ,,.

A.iI 4 Kissimmee High School football eleven WORK:ON EXHIBIT FOR held Wednesday evening were invited. Quite a neat sum has already himself to his associates by his follow i '

.z. were expected to 'make easy work those of retiring president, the Rev.F. been realized for this fund and manly ways. lIe was nineteen Board of Trade Kissimmee, Florida.

of the Sanford High School eleven P. Strong, of Sanford, who'spoke the ladies in charge hope that there years old and the son of Mt. and Mrs Gentlemen: If you can arrange to

\;,. with whom they battled at the local FAIR IS PROGRESSINGWork on the "History and Principles of wll) be many dimes added all the result W. D. Burkam, who have the sympathy have a meeting of your organization ,,
I baseball park this afterno n. Christian Endeavor," and the addressof of this event. of the entire community In or can call a mass meeting of your ,

I '# All of these players were out of the on the Osceola County ex- State Superintendent Duncan B. The following ladies will act as their bereavement For several year citizen sometime in the near future, "

tip game last Friday, when the locals lost hibit at the Five-County-Fair in Or- Curry, of Jacksonville, on the subjectof hostesses: Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Mrs. he had been a member of the V oun- after November 17th, I would Ilk. to
; to Plant City by of 20 to 6. lando next J. D. teer Fire Department and the boy of and address them the .
l6 a score February, is progressingunder "The Campaign for Millions." I Clark, Mrs. Pilley, Mrs. G. C. come on proposition
.! The Sanford eleven won' against the ;, the direction of B. E. Evans Ten minute talk. by members of Livingston M.s H. C. Stanford, Mrs.E. this organization feel his loss keenly. of joining in the movement to \

fJ, ; locals in a game played several weeks county farm demonstrator, and Miss the Christian Endeavor society occupied E. Naugle and Mrs. J. M. Willson. Funeral service were held at the .advertise Florida. r f ?
'hl at Sanford by a score of 13 to 12, Anne Bryan Carson, who There will be residence on Tuesday afternoon at r 1+
) ago were named I the time of the morning .session refreshment. of tea Do not think that you understandthe r*
st'i the locals losing because thjey failed by the county commissioners to look on Thursday until 10:30: when addressee and cakes and a musical program will 1:30: o'clock the Rev. S. W. Lawler full proposition and do not believe i'

;, to kick goal. Coach Harris has been after the selection of the exhibit. I were made by Southern States be rendered. officiating. Burial was made at Rose- that your people will not join, J

.. teaching his men several new plays Both Mr. Evans and Miss Carson 'Secretary Karl Lehman on "The All hill cemetery. The floral offering in 1C I believe that they will when

"Y) since that time and they expected to urge upon the citizens of the countyto South Convention," to be held in Atlanta were beautiful and many in number.A they understand It.

Nk;. come off victorious this afternoon. give them all the aid they can in Ga., next July, and "Tried and JURYDRAWNFORFALL large gathering of friends attended A* a business proposition It i* one

.'I.. ;! The game last Friday with Plant the work and they have secured the Proved Plans" by F. P. Strong, district the last rite and did what little that I do not see how any community '
,. City served to put the on their TERM CIRCUIT they could to comfort the sorrowing' "
fry men store-room in the Stanford-Miller president COURTThe could refuse to take part in.

.A: mettle and they have been working building on Stewart avenue adjoiningthe Mr. Lehman spoke during the after- parent II Very sincerely yours '
+ hard this week in preparation for the noon session "The The pall bearer, all member of theft B. ; ,
Taylor grocery, where all non- on Efficiency Campaign" I L. HAMNER. ---- 1
jury drawn this week for re department James v
was Buckles
s,,7 Sanford were:
game. perishable exhibits will be arranged and again last night. Commissioner.
In the with Plant City last the fall term of the Circuit. Court Ed. C. Roberta, Nick Smith, Everett t
: game and kept ready to be transported to The delegates in attendance were: President Stanford of the Board of
which will convene here on November Cornell, Sam Lupfer Jr., and /
'l.J, Saturday the Osceola boy scored the
Orlando. Persona who have J. B. Johnson, Sanford; Mrs. B. F. has written Hamner '
anything Trade Mr.. that
23rd Judge of Arcadia Bert Huling.
Whitney ,
first touchdown after a few minutesof to exhibit should Hutchins, Sanford C. E. Enlow, Win- J
communicatewith ; If he will come her on November 17, .
Judge of the Tenth Judicial Circuit "Billie" born
in Benton
was Harbor
play, but suffered the loss of John- ,
either of the members of the ter Park; J. H. Cellar, St. Cloud; next that. !
maw meeting y
will preside having changed court Mich., December 11 1895. He
end, who was hurt in almost the Mrs. was
llIOn. committee and E. N. Holhnbaugh St. Cloud
I.i, to bring their be
arrange ; will held. It 1 Ia the plan of the '
with W. because member of
,c first scrimmage. His loss added to Judge George Perkins a the Epworth League and
exhibits to this store-room as soon Annie Vinant, St. Cloud; Mrs. board of trade hold
to ring
the miss meet-
of the fact that he is Baraca
disqualified Methodist church
\'t2 that of the other already out of the as convenient. I.[ H. Wetherbee Kissimmee: Beulah '
at the band in
s at the .tart enabled the visitor to serve in a number of cases in and took an Interest in the work of conjunction r
game Roney, Orlando; Grace lIolt, Orlando
; with the band '
that the
v being
his own court. The jury as drawn i Ia these organizations.W. .'everythlne their
to own F. P. Strong Sanford; W. Blackman,
,, TENNESSEE MAN BUYS as follows: D. Burkam and regular band concert evening.SEMIMONTHLY .
l way and the Plant City eleven scored Orlando; Duncan B. Curry Jacksonville family requestthe r,
three touchdown and kicked two ; Ruth Coffin, Johnstown; Mrs.R. W. J. S. Carr, J. E. Alderman, W. publication of the following card

foal PROPERTY IN CITYJ. C. Maxwell Sanford; E. vi Brownlee J. Barber Arnold Bass, Wm. Lewis of than*: DANCETO k.

The Kissimmee team lined up a. Sanford; Mrs. G. P. Pax ton; San Lang, G. T. Chandler, J. R. Donegan We wish to take this way of expressing -

follow in the game last Friday Law- ford; W L. Hackett, St. Cloud; Lucy W. O. Bronion, V. E. Williams, K. S. bur heartfelt thanks to the BE GIVEN TONIGHT
I ; ; P. Brook arrived Friday from C. Whitner, Sanford; Essie Purden, Johnson J W. Campbell, R. L. many kind neighbor and friend who ;;

Bru-t, ; Knoxville Tenn., and closed 'a deal Sanford; Lottie Caldwell Sanford; Pearce, R. D. Gu'ice C. G. Outlaw were to good to u* during the illness -

'* le; Rexford left tackle; Johnson and whereby he became: owner of two five Mrs Harry Kent, Sanford; Mrs. J. D. I H. H. Fertic P. E.; Morgan ,Lou Seaman and at the death of our loved son and The regular semi-monthly dance oflthe r

Harris, right end; Bullock left end; acre tracts, a house and lot in the DaWson, Sanford; Mrs. E. B. Randall, W. A. Drawdy, J. H. Tumblin. I brother. ,. Kissimmee Golf Club will be givenat

Beanter, quarter back; Carson, full city, the property of E. B. Clark. The Jr., Sanford; Mrs Bertha P ek"ard. W. L. Bronson, W. E. Warner, W. H. I the club house tonight All club 1 '

..', back; Regent, left half back; Tiller, transaction wa in the nature of a Sanford; Mrs. Thos. A. D. Morris, Arnold J. W. Miller B. N. Guy, Aa TRADES 40 ACRES OF members are urged to attend. .'.'

., 'i right" half back. trade Mr. Clark receiving: a farm in Le Mary; R. H. Munhead Sanford; C. Chapman, F. D. Paul G. B. Lawson Each member i la entitled to invit* \

\ Tennessee, which he expects to im Mi Mae Doyle Sanford; Mr.. and C. Roth rock, F. H. Tiner, Elie Ills or her friends to attend t:

H* ATTEMPTED SUICIDE prove. Mr. Brook left Monday but Mr*\ Ira Wetherbee Kissimmee; Ed- Sloan M. J. Crowder Daniel Proper LAND NEAR CAMPBELLBurt Good music will be provided and a* 1 '"

J Warren Hayes, a well known local: he expect: to return bringing his I win A. McOuaters, Orlando; Claire B. C. Miller. A. D. Gilbert, O. R. Bas these affair have proved egjoyjbl.i'it' ) \

character, i* said to have attemptedto family with him, to ,spend the winter Robinson, Orlando; Clara Seigel Or- Garrett traded forty acre-of in the past it i* safe to ay that to.:, ,1 ""i'
: commit suicide last Friday evening months The ,. Fred Bass and Wilton Alderman -*'
exchange wa effected lando. land near Campbell Station this weekto night will be no exception.. I k
.by'taking carbolic acid. He wa by J..McPhatter, a prominent real estate of Kissimmee, were in Orlando today. Porter Phillip of \ U 1 :t

.caught tn'th. act of putting bottle dealer In thi city, and was'e.timatod Mr. and Mrs Milton Pledger and Fred Bass who.wa once a candidatefor ,Tenn. for Terre Manchester CATTLEMAN SHOT . f
pro5"'rtY.lft Haute
lot the poison to his lips/whit .tending at $8,000. '. .., ., Miss Padgett her I sister, arrived this mayor of Klssimmee,. say: that nd.[ The deal, which: involved a consideration Dade City FUu Word bale J been *
'-t '' Infront,'pf the Redditt! Jewelry week to make Kissimmee their borne. politic are. beginning to 'simmer in Of made received here of 'the; assassination MM
wa through
5,000 *
., Q stor 'Mnd.wai preveptpd.from'so'do.byfNight'olicetnrnwColeman' PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCHThe They formerly lived in Marianna Fla. Occeola: and that the 'next race' for the H..C/Selnr'ReaJty Co. from ambush late Saturday nightnear ,- y

,,:;-pttc. : HaW ReT. Thomu'D. r.1..f.tleD-D., They' will occupy the Woodbeck home county officer i* going to be a warm ". 1 Trilby of ..Johd.0'Berr7, a eatu..r; ,/ 4"
'It-< \ later'turned .orerj to, Sheriff'in* who-filled'the'pnlplt, :of: thl*
""grant' and after a'night in:the"eo1Utt'a.lh .w--.blt.aAd'aeceptablytJaat'Sunday: Pledger Is a lawyer and rfll be'auo'elated ., 'H. 'e>} Coast Annual soon to be published by was committed by unknown parties:It ;.

""""t tt, .tepentecJ. v fJ. ,/aih.'acjion: : ;; find will,preach't there sgaln'ait'Sunday with Lewis': O'Bryan a city k at.. p'e c: s'thaftUe' re..willbe' of lri-- r"DcIo the Record eemp.ny'ot'' St. 'AugWUne, la the aecond a atnatioa of the kind, '

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t/I k)' .... .. rect with retail merchantbot 1s and igated by 'boat* currying,freight and any {n the bill, and the, aamr4m..

I restaurants. Commission merchant GONGRESSIONALPARTYOFF $ passengers the year round. if*.In :allghUytVaryingdeffreaa. 'may +t.

trade U not barred, but it 1* not catered True, Mr.' Speaker, navigation .Is properly b* saM of'all the remainderof \"adui\I

Oliver'sSuitatorlum to. ON RIVER TRIP difficult there when the water is low; tha. 17 smaller projects critiels .. I >

kti Shipments for the bureau are usually bat In face of these difficulties few by the gvntioman.A .

billed to Jacksonville, where bu- If any, streams in the country can I said, time will not petttiit m. 1

reau men inspect and reblll them. (Continued from Page On.) show a ,more healthy or a more satisfactory to go over the remaining: smaller 'r' I BEAMS

I commercial growth. From items, but I may add that they are, v -
Often, however, the bureau instructsa of the city was made. After this tour ;

grower or a local association to ship through the principal residence sections 1909 to 1902 its freight tonnage grew in my opinion, all worthy and in line) CHANNELS '

h direct. of the city the party went to from 10,000 tons to 71OqO tons, an increase with the liberal but conservative pol ANGLESr

t, Gl bureau the dock where embarkedon in three years of more than icy we have been pursuing for the!
The is responsible for all\ city they and All Shapes. ,

Yi1 money collections and sees to it that the "Lillie" for the river trip. 700 per cent, the .commerce consistingof I past 20 years. toward our rivers and '.'

that suit such items as bricks, lumber, build-I harbors.
get the shipper gets his money. The trip is being made in order to TRUSSRODS 1
ing material fertilizers fish grain, .
The bureau is in close and constant point out and Impress upon the con -
and other fruits vegetables, 1
NOWfor communication with markets of all gressmen the need of government finances oranges SOUR ACID STOMACHS. STAYBOLTS
groveries, and general: merchandise.
orts. It gets daily reports from thn for the improvement of the GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach
I One of the engineers, calling attentionto
Thanksgiving United States government and from channel of the river for larger traffic. IRONWORKof 1
this remarkable increase in a recent ,
and medium-size markets-by Both the Fort Lauderdale and Miami'
report states that it is due to "Pape' Diapepsln" digests 3000 All Kinds. ;
t elegraph. boards of trade sent work to the local -
A general prosperity and particularlyto \ grains of food ending all stomach

The bureau finds that usually the hoard that they would send dole an increase in the fruit and vegetable misery in five minutes. BOILERPLATE ..yi!

found in the South. gallons, to Lake Okeechobee and thatit _
best markets are output, which are staple pro-

Cleaning, Pressing Prices are higher and express rates was their intention to carry the f j ducts of that section and products" ,
r party through the Everglade canals II Time it! In five minutes all stomach TANKSTEEL .
less. The shipper profits in both
ere too, in which the entire country is interested. -
: Dying and either to Fort Lauderdale or Miami. distress will go. No indignation
ways. Just here a pertinent ques- I
I Definite plans as to this part of the heartburn sourness or belching of STRUCTURAL- :
The national Department of Agriculture tion would be: If the increase of traffic
RepairingLadies' trip were not made, but will likelybe fag, acid or eructations of undigested ;
assures the bureau of its cooperation has been so rapid under the adverse t
ready for the party upon their ar- food no dizziness bloating foul '
Work Especially in any way that may'be of rival at Okeechobee. conditions mentioned' what maywe breath or headache.Pape's FIRE

assistance in its work.A expect when we'give the peoplein ESCAPES
I Congressman Sparkman, who is a Diapepsin is noted for its ,
few local associations have uf- that fertile valley a 3-fot( navigation -
member of is chairman of speed in regulating upset stomachs.It 10'
the party,
round is -
filiated with the bureau, one being the year as contemplated
that at Monticello.The the Rivera and Harbors committeeof j I]I in the project adopted ? is the surest, quickest stomach rem- WOODS. (\ 1
edy in the whole world and besides it
the House and has madea
bureau's stock is regarded by a already Now, Mr. Speaker, a word as to the Competent
Phone 61 before 'that for is harmless. Put an end to stomach
fight body an
business men as a first-class investment ap- charge that the project is a real es- Force of Work-

S and several have wanted to buy propriation for this river. He is a tate scheme. I suppose the only foundation trouble forever by getting a large men for Road

friend of the proposition and will fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
stock control. for this charge is a copy of a Work. f
continue his efforts to secure the from any drug stole. You realize in
letter contained in the document
Any member, association or individual recommending -
needed in the channel.It five minutes how needless it is suf-
improvements the written by a : to
GROWERS HEARADDRESS probably will find that at the project
is hoped that Major Ladue will be fer from indigestion, dyspepsia: or any )
fiscal year's end it or he will get back Mr. Kribbs to one of the engineers, '
so impressed with this trip that he, who information stomach disorder. It'< tne quickest,
HEWITTContinued in dividends' about 50 per cent of its was evidently seeking

BY or his stock investment. Annual dividend too will lend his Tefforta to the plan.In as to the possibilities of the sec- surest and most harmless stomach j J'J'I

returns of 100 per cent are not supporting a former movementfor tion from a commercial standpoint.In doctor in the world. I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

I an appropriation for the Kissimmee his his letter the writer refers to
mprobable. For instance-within a a
from Page One.)
( certain time the bureau marketed 4- I I river Congressman spoke as follows large tract of land near the river I :: ; ; : : ::":::::: '
go to Jacksonville and investigate the 000 packages; gross income on theseat I in Congress on September 21, which the owners were proposing to r ":!!: : :: : :: ';!

t books and references of the F. M. &: 1914:
10 cents a package $1,400. The I divide into lots and sell to prospective
D. B. The gentleman from Wisconsin is who doubt would need
expenses in this business were $400. purchasers no ,
Provided that President S. T. Fans- equally unfair and equally wide of the J
and would use water transportation ml
So almost $1,000 was put into the t@
ler shall call a special meeting to deal treasury. mark when he comes to deal with the as there is none other to be had. But CONSULT OUR OFIFCERS

with the investigating committee's Any county or local association can Kissimmee Riiver, which he charac how this can justify the charge madeis 1

report if the report is ready before join| the F. M. &: D. B. I by purchasing terizes as a creek, dry eight monthsin beyond my comprehension. I can FREELYThey

the local organization's next regular ten shares of the latter's stock-$100. the year, the improvement of understand how it may furnish, an ar-

bi-weekly meeting (Nov. 20.) This entitles each member of such which, according to his more or less gument in favor of the improvement,
The is of the solemn asservation is real are ready to discuss with depositors !
foregoing a summary association to the F. M. 4: D. B.'s a estate as it would offer a promise of an in- \

business transacted at the bi-weekly shipping benefits as long as he main- scheme worked in the interest of an crease in the products of that section and clients their banking J

held Nov. 6 by the Kistimmee ex-Member of He windsup 1
meeting on Congress. and added freight for the river traffic -
tains his membership in his association requirements and aid them in
Produce Growers (formerly his tirade-I can not characterizeit but cannot understand how it
and has the association's stamps
iy Osceola County Fruit and Truck affixed to his packages. Dividendson otherwise-against this unfortunate could constitute an argument againstthe solution of financial matters. th'J

Growers Association). The meeting and unoffending object of his work. I 'J
said stock, however go into the Accounts subject to check are ('
was held In the Klssimmce city coun- association's treasury. wrath with an illustration which he Let me only add that if tnis is nota

cil's hall and moderately attended. doubt thinks and which he dially invited. '
y was Each association and each unattached no apt by worthy project there are few, if
Th committee on joining .the F. would liken his colleagues on this
k individual member is accorded
M. A: D. B. comprises M. D. Alexander floor to cracksmen and horse thieves.
a shipping number-when it or he
(chairman), Charles Neid and Now Mr. Speaker there is nothingin ..I Al1S AGAIINE
joins the F. M. A: D. B. This number
Oscar Schmidt. this project to justify this characterization .Ii .
must be stamped on each package g i r
Synopaia of Hewitt' Address.Mr. shipped. for it is a highly meritorious I I /

Hewitt in urging the Kissim Heretofore middlemen and other proposition, one for the benefit of

i mee Produce Growers to affiliate with consumers have found it nearly always commerce, and for the especial benefit I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT

the Florida Marketing and Distributing of no individual or scheme. That
waste of time to complain to individual -

1 Bureau as an organisation or as shippers against poor quality river, which he prefers to call a creek,

individuals, made (in effect) the following or slovenly packing. Such complaints I like the Oklawaha rises in and runs

partly rough one of Florida's DIRECTORS:
statements: many
seldom fail to come to the F:

*tt The F. M. 4: D. B. first was organized M. A D. B. or any other shipping association lake regions and partly through a fer- ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON t tc. i

as the Florida Marketing- tile prairie country from 10 to 30 Women Tell Why They
however the .
/ as complainants A. W. GUSTUSWASHINGTON
reau. Membership requisites were $1 know that in this case their miles wide. It has its source in Lake Love This MagazineFrom c.c

due and fee of 10 cents Tohopekaliga, on which the thrivingcity Fashion to Fiction. It] I. Su I
a year a per
grievances will get attention that will preme". writei Mr* }. 11.. of New York. L1CDII"aa"L
package on products marketed. He remedy the conditions. of Kissimmee is located, and Of' th. m.Iaanw I ban sew tabmad. '" w \
objectionable ; I'\lk\ ." T.
and a number of other contributed When a buyer reports the he found flows for a distance of 137 miles into .** e.llfomis.* hJcCAI.I.-B' Jlili baa Anal.ucla"ttwj tol"hi( MJVw" ... "" 1
Judd -.auona ol..q HorlM :::::: : ;::; : ; :
Lake Okeechobee which has = ,
natu- "' 1II
; $25 each to supply'working capital. culls or other fault in a package soldto a end: (b a .err ""T_ .JJIJ'.J'*'.r'ntor'ihinHuTuih "' !

q Operation. thruout several months him choice ral outlet through the Caloosahatchee ewe tu W w a r.or'. .ub.rrlp lon." __. ___ _ __ _ __.______ __ ___ _ _ __ h ____ 4
as or fancy by the F. writ*! ...... A J.. of T.I. "I cannot union ;
t however, disclosed the fact that the M. &: D. B., the bureau takes the River to the Gulf and throughtwo .ll lh.1 I U menu to mo.". write.' a Wwlh
up I'.rol'IIO' .uli.>nll>... "I low .un MOCALL'nSIAAZ11r. 4
working capital was too small and matter with the If or three drainage canals constructed : ftlno' t ..* married .nd nF
shipper. the ship- ". ;,!..llar, i.H.1 U for rear "bofora ant don ""*
that therefore the operations of the per continues his faults the bureau by the state irto the At- I u" in It for rrrry itwKvrry nw dish I i
lantic. The of the I Nr'7Msi-1'.l.-"M-rofrnrrM"'Ai"/H-' : ; ,
bureau were too restricted. purpose improvement - )
'erminates his membership and re- un.l. ,IHI U rllliC I ..."Id. sot ilo irllhoill. 'V'
So a reorganization took place and ruses further to market his products. is not only to furnish increased A aw.t.a.4 F.iH. A>::7J.: : 4S=rH
. D.C.
transportation facilities for the SjiriWn IkM Aw /
new methods were adopted. The new If he is an association shipper the I peo- 1 i urn In my TOlli,, .. rrir and, ."11 .opp ortli -
organization. incorporated with ple and producers near the stream to i ,. ,nu.If I Ilk. M.. AIJ.'N III. Mat ants ,
bureau takes his with ... .. "
G up case the ."'.., .1' "" sine I eau Z4.
2,500 shares of stock at $10 each- I I and from its source at Kissimm.eeI . ;; Jtil" Mr >l I. 1 "' rvn,,..tlrul "FroMII. '
,1 local which then ...
body deals with the .
I 10 ,"lr*..Ni.Ul,. Ie.rm..nd! II. simple' .1 In- i And Return
$25,000. offender. I but also to open up a navigable waterway .'"''11.. |I'.".m> I ... .hll..11" nrItn )1 S
I from its mouth in Lake Okeecho- \l'Idly "Knil'uik' I".. "nrkixlfc.r I
Commission merchants debar- : ) Our family
are The of l local ,
stamp a association II
lull two con jimr main-
red from purchasing stock. It will of an individual member is not restricted bee, 150 miles from the Gulf and almost j I'IL' P....unilrllf.k rtrri rtr.,...m.jwr....end tuna. never H. UM of Nrhruka'n.1 i-iu' I VIA i I

not be sold to them to the name distance to the Atlantic I.UI M.-OAI.I. H -nil., In...r has
nor any one to his shipping number. As- .... ." I
.", .",ul.'. In il.Hil prrttcl .01..lon ATLANTIC COAST LINE
engaged in any conflicting occupation. the whole when completed to givea I -rll.. U,. H of Intlanarb.. port. f.- I .
sociation individual
or ma;' use any I' un ,..101..... Tour Fuic-Worlili..rlrVril

,c To assure stock control remaining brand it or he desires on its or his continuous navigation from Kissim I for. m'" ..11.h.i. .,earned.. C. of Quit.Union> taw dollar Standard Railroad of the South

jt in friendly hands, the bureau provides packages. A local association shipper mee 260 miles to the Gulf and about I Six WwilM,'ToW Smk crtil m. OWy/ !5 Crate ,.

that it has option to purchase back his brand in additionto 220 miles to the Atlantic. This too. Ii AAJ. THE McCALL COMPANY TICKETS SOLD OCT. 15TH TO 19TH ;
use private
may 70S McC.U Bid,. N.w York City. N. Y.
.. at a first cost of
any stock which any purchaser may the local association's and the bureau'a only $47,000. FREE! Extended to No,. 15th on Payment o f1.00
i desire to sell. A stockholder sell There being no railroads throughthat J
may brands
Ic or stamps. A shipper aa Wh _! B.mpl Onr ofMriALIM
his section the river furnishes the MAOAJ1INK and t4 p.1. leada.t.enr.
stock to anyone approved by the need not lose his ,
individuality. .1'.., CO noixai.
g bureau; else the bureau buy. it. I only means of transportation the people Wnrk T. Fauvy)t.dt"N wllh I.OT.;: .',...14-an and I.aaon.InGmbmlden ; STEEL PULLMAN ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC FANS t '
Purchase of one or more shares of Miss Frances Seitz, who weighs there have. At ordinary low water altchw. TREE far 1-.....' ..lawpT. .

stock gives the purchaser life mem- only 90 pounds, has been appointed a the stream has only 2 feet of: rhot. Clu.S, A.h Wwkw.l for w".* $10000*"'" 'Chumh CI. .tO Fund-a07
." D* nov rb.-
fy Indorsed
l; mership in the bureau. He is an deputy sheriff at Patchogue, L. I. available depth, but even in" its low- KalHtnnl T. Ap.t.Plan ..- Club lt.lwnl,._ Art fw For information reservation A. C. L.ticketaf
MrCALL' .n. h... "ROOK OI"H" nd or call'onaay .
"active member" and pays no dues. est stages it is not dry eight monthsin mammoth 11.00 "A"" PRIZE OFFICR.
T. ..... s.d 61,101, ODd loan" ? eat or
He also participates in the bureau's Germany has announced the removal the year, as the gentleman asserts lor
11.cAIL's YI nndIt to lions. and 01,1.rlmOnKIARRmRInMYRlwamlaeWRneAI ." J. G. KIRKLAND D. P.'A.
dividends. of restrictions in the case'of young nor is it dry during any period, shortor ,' ..A1a11amAaIIRl4.Ter . ,

An "associate member" is one who girls under 16 who wish to marry. long, but is navigable and is nav

pays $1 per year dues. lie has no ________ _____ n _ ____ ___ ___ ____ .
voice in the bureau's. election., etc., t

', and gets no stock dividends. His only : ,

benefits shipping are the services.bureau's marketingand j-I1.. & N. RAILROAD --- SUPERIOR SERVICE: [ 1t J dl ,

Not than ten shares will be
more fast trains, choice of scenic routes up-to- The Louisville and Nashville makes direct connections -
1 1M.
t sold an any individual. The bureau date and comfortable equipment, accommodating at Chicago. Cincinnati Louisville and St. Louis ixreiigh i.

prefers personal holdings to be five or 1 a" d employees' I makes the Louisville andNashville for Buffalo Denver Detroit Kansas City Minneapolis . q 0
fewer shares. Local associations must Omaha Ptttsburg, St. Paul Toledo and other
in PriceSometimesHi&ker
buy ten shares. a favorite route between, Florida and Western and Northwestern points, and carries r l;

Western and Northwestern points. Steel coaches SOLID STEEL sleepers to Indianapolis, CLEVELAND <

The bureau's preuidenjt; is E. S. and sleepers; unexcelled dining car service. and Grand Rapids on THE SOUTHLAND.Rleeper m Quality Always .ftT >

Light ( Reddick, Fla.) an active far- fe 4- .t1
mer of thirty years' experience. Mr. It"1'. Lot 12 no Am I.v ('hIrA"O/ Ar 7.411 Am "ouCkl.oUlld orlk"oulld
Hewitt is engaged in citrus and vege- MoullobGUlld NorClobouDd 7 85. Rm AI'' 1'Inelanntt, I.v 12 10 am 10'26 I'm 1.v Chicago Ar 7.03 nm ADULTS TELL. Ask any customer about 'fV.

table growing in Manatee county. 9:00: I'm 1.v 81. Louie AI'' 7.40 am h ell. "II 1.v 1"11.\1' Ar 900 I'm 6'46 nm I.v J1vnnHvlJle 1.v 10.25 pmtun .

The express companies are anxiousto 8:15: am I.v Nashville I.v: 8.00 pm ;3n eta am.Lv Ls'Luulxilllc lndlana1: I :oIlH 1 ; 00 00 p pm I n ]II 68 am 1.v Nashville Lv 4:63:: pm / FAVORITE FERTILIZERS fi"\r \
316 I I'm Lv lrrnKham 1.12 50 pm 4.12pmLvChtanooga Lvl2.Z2pm: and '
co-operate with the bureau. Its tfi 30I"nl.vl1r'.lltnphfil- Opm They know can testify as to THEIR *'
7:011: Lv Montgomery Lv 900 am 8:40: pm Atlanta Lv8.l6am
success means a larger volume of 7:60: am AI'' Jaekaonvllle AI'' 7 30 I'm r2TjirI.vKnoxvlll.-I-V tJ2.0Inml.v'I\'b.nd Ar750am 224pm 7:60: am Ar Jacksonville Lv 8:40: pm QUALITY THEIR SOLUBILITY LASTING'' ii"t .r, ,

btfsinegs' forthem.. A superintendent 9:30: am J.v Jacksonville Lv 2.13 pm 1000 pm I.v Atlanta Lv 7.11 am 9:30: am Lv Jacksonville AI'' 7:10: pm and GENERAL

of the Southern Express company is 4:02: pm AI' Klulmm..e Lv 2 13 pm 8.46 am AI'' Jack.onville Lv 8 10 pm 4:09: pm AI'' Ktanimmee' I.v 2:13: pm QUALITIES' ADAPTABILITY i j ,

one of the bureau's directors.D. open for occupancy 9.30. Rapids Tuesday. and Fridays. t Sleeper man b e occupied until 7:10: ( to FLORIDA SOILS f
t Southbound care leave Grand Northbound car leave Jack.onA.. M.
J. Herrin, president of the First ville Monday and Thursdays.
if SprdolFormula Ha AU Florida
/ Crop
Saving Bank, of Jacksonville, is the P. W. Morrow N. W. P. A. L A N KR R. D. Pusoy, G. P. A., L N RR. B. H. Grove TP A., L A N RR ',
bureau'- treasurer; also a director. til Marquette Bide.. Chicago 111. 701 Menu .Bank: Bide Indianapolis WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS _,;I
F. D. Bush D. P. A.. L & N RR., Louisville, Ky. F. EL! WelM.: T. P. A.. L N RR. .. -. . "-,'.. ,i M
Governor Trammell! and about Union Central -
a Bids. Cincinnati O. H. C. Bretney, P. P A. LAN RR. 10SS Maleitle BId Detroit. Mich. '. '
half dozen other state officials engag O. B. Eigdthti.. P. A.. L A N RR., J. .1 T.mpW T. P. A., XT* N RR AOUCDITURAL. OIEHICAI5 WSEOrODES Sit N. Bt, Saint Louie. Jacksonville Fla. is, ,- j t '
Mo. Rlppodrom Bldsr Cleveland., O.
ed in agriculture have bought stock in -M ;" ...!l'-% """7f f. fr'V"; f .M ...,4*...N"'Y' ,v..h.> ..i, \.' '

:. the 920 bureau.check from Mr. Hewitt the governor-the exhibited aa THREE: : FAST LIMITED TRAINS. DAILY INDEPENDENT FrRTJ

h, r .Mcond. THE SOUTHLAND", 'ST.lOUIS EXPRESS"'.. r THE DIXIE FLYER" an l > \ v 11 e F I ;Ids tr

f The burss>;'* badness U mostly di- :
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n '. ,"J,1!"-,". 411MJ,1tD$ y J"I'' 'f''lfl..V "tUft"-ISJ'\tnst\: ', . .' J, :U.i( ,
:>rlubxir; NOVEMMT izmir> :. *-,- .---r TIrlsE' :tSSI.'I'I.v.t-'L'IT".G""A"E'TT.: : ."" .......... ,.Y. ? .. '-r .r.:,... ..,. '.....,1A8I'l' '"

ed](entrance' opposite, ,gilded, luring wife.-,; Sh '. the flnti hilly tn'the .tat-. Some folk object toa:!good.rows I room:fW i tuch .J.Pn tfobtn .ij

: i )J deal? of 'ric: ., ..Out from !tat doorway: .$he cal\'t..,YO..,'though." '. tax. -The- American fernier pays County: ; r

;I f.AriutNev s No t esk' cam inflamed "vacant-eyed,, ,andcrimemarked ,r3urelysbi's: not too iUlfeiwt?" i greater taxes ,itb t; ,bad roads than he -'i' j 'd'am. > t-.", s.. z
:: : souls "Illiterate! I should say not! Why does to the construction' and, main:* ,

FURNISHED BT UNIVERSITY'OF'FLORIDA These were things he could not un ,hers Il college graduate, and a'lawyer tenant of good roads. Tho time and '. ., I.
T COLLEGE AGRICULTURE I derstand. In his dilemma he thoughtof besides." ,r"Foreign labor lost on bad road will more than School children'at'well' r
,\I I II a man of whom he had heard much born, It the" pay: the tax levy to build and supporta ,.'.
II I since his advent to this new world. i Npf ,indeed." good road. as grown /oiks demand,

I, FALL GOOD TIME TO 1 nary alee. During the growing season lie must rtalnI7' be s person possessed "Surely not a criminal," substantialthingstoeat'

PLAN CROP ROTATION select from this first progeny plot of great knowledge, to be thus "WHat are you talking about! Sh.'. There are more'than ll.OOt cooperative "

1 the most promising plant Just as was looked up to. Yes, he would Interview a fine Christian lady." I or 'semi-cooperative organiza Jax Biscuits

Crop ,rotation offer the best and done the year before in the large Mr. Public Opinion. "Has she any ((children: or property tho United States, accordingto _

cheapest method of soil improvement.: fleld. Reduce the number by comparisons After introduction, Mr. Moon-Man ?" a speech dolivered by Charles J. There is something extra -

Single cropping deplete fertility and i until only twenty-five or I began: "Both. Braid; of tho United States Depart- good in Jax Graham ,

invites disaster through disease. The thirty are left, label and keep the "Sir, I hear that this is a free coun- "And do you mean to tell me she ment of Agriculture at the Universityof Crackers in 'either ,
farmer should lay plans this fall for a I product of each separate. Plant the try?" can have no say about the laws that Florida recently. These organizations 5 or '

crop rotation which will cover a number -: seed from the half dozen highest pro-' "Yes, indeed, and we are proud of govern her children and her property marketed about $1,400,000,000 10 cent packages[ \1 >

of years. C. K. McQuarrie, state ducers in a second progeny plot. Seed the fact!" ?" i worth of product last year. There is Jacksonville Cracker Work

agent for the University of Florida I from this second progeny plot will "Will you tell me just what the "Well, being a woman, of course jf?,
Extension Division, offers two points I plant the following general crop. word 'free means? May people ..all she can't vote, but she may use her -- -- --- i r.!

which should be kept in mind in work Each year the seed of the highest do as they please?" Influence."

ing out a rotation. yielding plants from the progeny plot "Yes-well-that is if ft is ntft "Do I understand that Tim Mason
Rotate that no two of the I and Tony Civiri can dictate tho '
BO crops should be saved for the progeny plot something wrong environments -
same kind of rooting system follow of the following year. The general "Oh! Then they do as they please : of this lady's children and Notice to Citrus GrowersThe a + '

each other. For example, corn and crop each year should be seeded from if it's right, but not as they please if I home, and that she can have no voicein v
oats have about the same feeding the matter?" ; '
systems the progeny plbt and not from the it's wrong? 1
and should not follow each oth- I seed of the previous general crop. The "I never heard it stated that way, "Well, yes, for you see they're Kissimmre Citrus Growers' Association (affiliated with :S3
rule. The second point is to I men." the Florida Citrus Exchange) have established a well equipped '.1; t
er as a selection should be continued indefinitely but I think that's about it. '' .
I packing house, having every facility for handling fruitin 'r
follow soil depleting crops, such as | to hold up the standard reached "Well, who has the authority to say "I do see they are dressed in men's the best possible manner. Additional machinery has

the grains, with legumes. Every system j the first year or two. As soon as what is right and what is wrong?" clothes!" been installed this season, and only experienced; men will be 1 .
of rotation should contain le- the cotton is placed in the large field "They vote on it." "They're citizens." employed in the washing, polishing, grading and packing of ,pall
gumes. the way is open for crossing as it is "Oh, I see! So they all vote, and "I conclude from your remarks, fruit handled. ;

Mr. McQuarrie offers the following in all cross pollinated plants. Tho the side that has the most votes then, that citizenship is not deter-
for trucking rotations: mined by Best possible\ service is guaranteed and growers who are
suggestions practice is profitable because the comes out ahead ? nationality, intelligence,
not members of this Association can have their fruit packedin
''I I First year: Watermelons, followed yield of most any variety can' be ma- "Well, of course, onlyiJrVmericansvote morality, or color, but by thin this house in plain material or under their individual brand
) by velvet beans at the last working. terially Increased.W.C.T.U.. -or the ones from other IIIit- that is your idea of right I and at very reasonable prices, for which apply to the manager -
Pasture the beans or cut them for tries who have been naturalized, thus do not icare to stay," and disgusted, at the packing house. .
hay. Use oats for a cover crop. Sec- becoming citizens. Criminals and the Mr. Moon-Man flew away home. y

ond year: Tomatoes, followed by insane, however, cannot vote."
for Sow [ COLUMNThere I The rippled shoulder cape of fur
sorghum or forage silage. .. that fellow we see over on the
rye as a winter cover. Third yeah: corner a citizen?" will be worn this winter. t.-A.... .. -It... .... -A..... ... -.'" ... -It........ .. -A..... .... -A.....-

Eggplant: Yokohoma beans. Pick the "The colored boot-black, you mean?
beans and plow the vines under. Oats will be a meetinaof the That's Tim Mason. Oh, yes, he can :r
union November 19, also the regular
may be used as a cover crop. vote. He's native born."
meeting Friday, Nov. 26, at 3 p. m. :I
For celery growers the following is I "Educated?" :
Please be prompt, as afternoons are ;
offered: First year: Celery, followedby "Bless you, no; he can't write his '' 'I. ,
short. A of the convention will I
beggarweed. Cut the beggarweedfor report name. Many of them can, but not he. "Honor To Whom Honor Is I Due"The
be given at the first meeting Nov. I
hay and turn the stubble under. Now that fellow you see going down !
10. There will be a cake, pie and I :
Second year: Celery, Twpeas and the street-that ii Tony Civiri, who r
German millet. Cut the mixture for candy sale, Nov. 24 in the vacant runs a saloon on Lowdown street. He
corner next to the Lawson store. This
Florida Citrus
rye as a winter cover. Third year: can vote because he's got his papers." Exchange .
will ladies
give a n opportunity to
year: Celery, corn and cowpeas. Plow
for "He doesn't look as If he knew how
purchase good things
under the vines and stubble.It Thanksgiving. \ :r;
to vote. I
may not be desirable to use the .
crops named in the rotations but If The following delegates from the "He knows" which side his bread is The News, of Arcadia, has not been an advocate of the Florida Citrus ;' ,'j
Klsslmme union attended buttered
the state on.

substitutions made frorrf'crops" are made similar they to those should giv-be convention at Orlando: Mrs. Mary E. "Look at that fine lady in the auto- Exchange. On the contrary, the editor of this paper has severely :';:

en. Do not fail to work in legurneswherevt'r Aultman M. A. Clark, Mrs.Mrs.H.J.W.M. Morrow, Mrs. mobile. Can she vote?" criticised the organization on numerous occasions. This fact makes .,,': ,
possible. "Well, if there isn't the governor'sAre
all the remarkable. the tribute the
I more following to Exchange published


| (Mrs. Hattie C. Vaughn I II IF

I Issaquah, Wash.) you interested in Fla. lands for *
will t he a good while before cit I
The Man-in-the-Moon carefully any purpose? Am now in position to
ton planting time, but plans for the No one thing pleases the News more located at Lexington, was very profuse r
guided his airship to safe assist in the selection and classification
a landing, -
next crop must be made beforehand.Seed than to give credit to others. in his praise of the good work done by 7
and then stepped out to begin the of Fla. soils and to give instruc- proper
should be selected this fall and While in the North this did the both the lines of
study of-to him-a new world. Mr. tions in preparation for and cultiva- summer we Exchange, along +
this should be made from the variety Moon-Man pursued his investigationsby tion of same. Will be pleased to give not miss an opportunity to discuss the the improved pack and what they have
best suited to the locality. Dr. W. C. himself for a time, but some of the any desired information of which I citrus fruit marketing, both with wholedone in advertising the Florida product. I # s;
Etheridge of the University of Flor-
ida College of Agriculture advises the conditions baffled his comprehension.For may be capable to my old customersas sale and retail dealers. Without a lie thinks the future of the state's pros'k'

farmer to refer to the reports of the instance: There was a church on well as the new ones. single; exception each party interviewed perity is assured if we will look more ,
of the beautiful shaded For rent, 2 suites of 3 each I
one streets. rooms ,
nearest experiment station to learn sppke in the highest praise of the way fully to the proper distribution ao that .
From the quiet seclusion of a retired elegantly furnished. Elderly couples
the variety adapted to his community.It pew he listened to\the urgent appeal preferred.A the Citrus Exchange handles its fruit, no city will be supplied with more :

may be possible to obtain the seed of the speaker for a more vigorous 6-room house so arranged as can all agreeing that the fact that these fruit than the demands. Mr. Sisetrunk

from a neighboring farmer this fall. warfare against wrong; voluntary be sub-rented in 3 suites for light people put up the fruit was sufficient agrees with us that it is infinitely preferable i
Variety is of the few controllable -
factors in cotton service to root out evil; and a determined = housekeeping guarantee that the condition was O. K. that it should remain on the j
When disease or insects are prevalent stand for the right. He had MRS. MARY SUMMERS, 608 Pen- Mr. Sisetrunk manager of the largest tree with risk of dropping than to force
seen eyes kindle in response, and lips field St., 1 blk. W. of the end of brick
or when adaptation is considered settle in and best equipped wholesale fruit it into an already overcrowded market. 4
firm resolve. Just around ave., S. Kissimmee.
.. it may be the important factor. In the corner; and but a stone's throwaway storage plant in central Kentucky, -Editorial from the Arcadia News. ; I '
selecting a variety get a specialized . .
;, i j he had watched, from a darken
f I. type. If disease is not present the '

only consideration is the ability to -----

yield ifhder given conditions. V'" -tII-- ... --"""" ... J -,,-- -tII-.. ... -"""' ... -061-- ... The standing the Florida Citrus Exchange in every important j

Buy and seed not according by variety to name type, description becausethe citrus fruit market of the country is as good as in the cities visited by ,

name may not be true to type. Mr. Jones, the editor of the News. Why not take advantage of this
The types of upland cotton which
have given best yields according to favorable condition when selling your oranges or grapefruit, and

Southern experiment stations are Rio Majestic RangeDemonstration market them through the Exchange? See the manager of the local I
Grande, of which widely known varieties -

are are Peterkin and Layton; Big association, if there is one in your community; otherwise communicate ,'r

Boll, of which some of the best varieties with this office for further particulars. 1 ''
are Russell and Cook, and OF.... __u 'jj,,, a

Early, which is represented mainly by '. .... ..... . t'Y
" .
the King variety. There are many .a

other good varieties, but those men- Florida Citrus Exchange Tampa Florida
tioned are among the best. ,

)Field selection of seed Applies to

cotton as well as to corn. The yieldof

r cotton the variety can be improved materially by increasedand such se- All next week a representative 20 % SAVED ON TIRESGuaranteed

lection each year, according to Dr. W. i

C. Etheridge, professor of agronomy of the
I in the University of Florida College manufacturers Wholesale Prices
I .. of Agriculture. Co into the field about for 3,500 Miles Direct to Owner at k

:the time the bolls have matured and will demon-
1, select from 50 to 100 of the most prolific The Famous Pullman Tires and TubesWE

and thrifty stalks.
}/ Select only those growing under strate the advantages of CAN MAKE PROMPT SHIPMENTS!: fa ALL SIZES FROM OUR LAROE STOCKS.

average conditions, near other plants, WE PRJ&PAY. EXPRESS CHARGES ON ORDER OF TWO OR MORE TIRES OR TUBES.

4 on land.of average fertility and those this world-famous stove. GOODS ALSO SHIPPED C. O. D. *

with no particular advantages of
light and moisture. Desirable plants
l' produced under favorable conditions k Plain Non-Skid Plain Non-Skid TUBE SECONDS-Ungu&J'&nteed.
1 1t' Plain . . . . . .$ ..6030x3Y:1
We invite all 30x3 :
indication of what will
they do our / 7.M
are no 30x3. . .$ 9.00 $ 9.45 $ 7.20 $ $2.18
in competition with other plants under . . 11.60 12.20 9.28 9.76 2.40 ::10x31/2 Plain . . . . ., 7.00

'y'- average conditions. I \ friends and patrons to 32x31/2 . . 13.35 14.00 10.68 I' 10 2.48 ;ioxl': ', Non-Skid . . .. 7 oM33x4.

:." Go over the selected plants from . . .. 19.05 20.00 10.2' 16.00 3..8 :31x31: Plain . . . . . 8.00
n time to time and by careful
comparisons 16.62 16.28 3.M
attend.Osceola 34x4------ 19.40 20.35 TJx4 Non-Skid j. . .... . 1 .0035x4Jh
reduce the number
: ot twentyfiveOr . 27.00 28.35 21.60 21.68 ..02 :
'T thirty. Label each plant and pick < 2188 22.96 4.84 ,34x4 Pla I in . . . . . . 12.60 j
36141/2 . . 27.35 )8.70
: the ,seed cotton from each.,and place 3715. . . 32.30 33.90 26.84 271 C.5O) l :7x41f2! Plain . . . . . .18.(0 ri
I. in a separate sack. At the end of the
.season weigh the yields from each :' ALWAYS BPKc.ry ItTYL& or TlRB DE'.RKD-PL"I JOIO"-IIKID InJJOILAP OR CLlJOICIIER.w. .
4\ the .talc Irate ..... ., Repair Material a.d Ih.rt.. sti
:1\\\ plant. Reserve seed from the six

'1.\ Plant these seed next year in a I V

i.7" mall plot isolated from other fields Hardware Co. : CENTRAL TiRE AND VULCANIZING CO.JACKSONVILLE i
gin?r.." of cotton so that the flowers will not I .. _
''I'become 1 contaminated by foreign pol- '
: ftxR. ;
< I This will Imeed I ; .:
r jjen. plot produce enough 16 EAST FORSYTH ST'
', er ..Y ..k !. jTClUMOTUl.. 4
f to plant a general crop of ortti- .I!
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: I" """""T'iircrAr: w ", THE.SCASOlt AHEAD' I..
K Kissimmee Gaze to .
the Valley
!: '
-ii of the town winter in Florida
Several week ago 1M Valley Gazette suggested is well prospectus written in the following editorial from th J Letters, from' Xur.j Readers i !
'' .....,... vats"to.c w4. , st.. that lien Kiss'unmee Association.should have a Young Men' Chris Florida Fanner and Homeseeker: : ( /'

t%c . The optimists of Florida are having their inning . . . ...... ......... .................. .. .. .... .. .. .. ................ '.,L';+,<
. . . . .
s From time to time we have mentioned the the will find them'discussing .. ... .. . .. .v. . . . ....... . .... -
w. B. HARRIS AND tel. O. TANS AONKW Ow..n."y Allover state you )
subject and we believe that others are giving the for and entertaining FORM MISSOURIAn FAVORS BULKHEADING .
W. B. RA OL" BeU..r ... Maaaarm.On ways and means for caring THE MAN
matter careful consideration also. the big crowds of homeseekers and tourists that item in the Valley Gazette some Winchester, Ky., Nov. 8, 1915.Kisgimmee ,
.........d_ aa._. The Young Men's Christian Assocaition is a of the in desire ;
Copy One Tear ___._. .. f 1.On .10 for they confidently expect will spend a part weeks ago provoked m a Valley Gazette, Kissim
world-wide which has done
Copy SIX Month ...___-....__-__._.._..__ 1.00 organization more winter at least in this state. "to be shown." Was it hot air, or a
'r r Copy, Thr.. Monh. .__?__.?__..-..... .71 the young men'than any other organization or bodyof Here and there a member of the pessimisti I near-truth, that claim that a certain mee, Fla.Gentlemen
V It for them club-rooms with good : You will please to find ,II.
men. will listen him that Ave. "the
who Vernon
union is telling those to block on: S. : was ,
All communication, except from our authorls< moral it them books enclosed dollar bill to
good one
surroundings, gives tread a pay my
a correspondent, must be signed by the writer. the big war in Europe is bound to put a crimp in cleanest block in town ?" To satisfy
Rejected matter will not be returned unle. called* and pleasant associates with whom they may travel to the Southland during the coming season. myself I meandered down that way subscription to your paper for such alength i
for. their hours of leisure. In the larger cities i it of time as it will and pay up t.d.
pass We have refused to be neutral in this case and jesterday, and it occurred to me to ;
2 (Rntered In the Poitofflce In Klaalmmee, Florid. provides gymnasiums where their bodies may be are lined up with the optimists. We are not basingour count the pieces of trash on each arrears. s ;. 'r I.
M second-da matters trained as well as their minds in the courses of work I want to commend you for yourenterprise '
belief in a big season ahead on'guess or block from my house down. The re- '
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12 1915 study offered at night schools. enthusiasm, but we have been influenced in our lult was from 17 to over 100 pieces in the interest of Kisgim
1 Here in Kissimmee our young men have no have the right kind of in-
stand by substantial evidence in our possession. >n each block, until I came to the nice; you
place to spend their idle hours except on the street terest. I wish to especially commendyour
This evidence is in the shape of new subscription -orner of S. Vernon and Bryan
We want that road froth St. Cloud to Kissimmee. corners. There they engage in rough talk, vile orders for the Florida Farmer and Homeseekerfrom streets. From that ;corner south to |I idea of bulk-heading the lake's

..- stories and pats remarks upon those who walk by. all parts of the North and literally hundred (Patrick street, one Mock, not a scrap! I f'ont-it is the one thing needful to

Talk good, roads and bonds as the best way Given the proper place to upend their idle hours, of letters from old subscribers enclosing renewals. Mot a single piece of any sort of I make Kissimmee t the most attractivetown

to get them. surrounded by uplifting books, music, athletic en- Such a large percentage of both of these have trash! Nothing but absolutely clean in Florida, and I wish you great

-. -- deavor etc., they might be led into proper chan- something to.say about their intention to come to sidewalks, bordered by absolutely success in your efforts to stir your

Don't forget that movement for a bond issue nels. A Y. M. C. A. properly officered and directed Florida for all or a part of the winter, or to locate clean lawns. people up to the point of getting it
could them these things.
for brick roads in Osceola county. give permanently, that we believe the optimists I am satisfied that it is possible. I done.
the for Y.
his to movement
Giving support a
.- are right. have been shown. Yours very'truly,
- M. C. A. the Rev. W. B. Witherspoon has writtenus
The Auburndale New Era has changed its nameto the following letter: I Up to this time last year, we had not received K A. IIAYWOOD. J. HENRY ALLEN. ry

the Auburndale News because somebody pokedfun Mr. Editor I heartily of enough of such letters to make any kind of a
: approve your proposition
at it and designated it at_the. "New Earache. that Kissimmee should have an organizationof I showing at all. People in all parts of the country ...
- the Young Men's Christian Association It is'an who had a little money, planned to hold on to It
When the wireless phone comes into general use. which has done, and is still doing, because they didn't know when they would get

we can amuse ourselves by simply fitting on a headgear organization great good. It will be an effective agency for aidIng more. Now, however we have gotten more or leas SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE | ;J

and listening in on the conversations of our the of Kissimmee. I shall be glad used to the existence of the war and we have ton- I
young men
neighbors.If not only to jOin in the agitation of the subject, butto I eluded that it it' jpur business to go right along and AND OSCEOLA COUNTY | \,,

: :- do whatever I can to help promote it. \ attend to our business.) It appears that there is l -

we are going to ask for that bond leection at Yours cordially, mighty little chance of our becoming involved, with . . _. . . . .-o". ". . . . . . . .o .o . - . . _o . ". ."A-. .0
the December meeting of the board of county coir W. B. Germany or any other one of the warring nations,
I Somehow can't of Senator Nathan P "
we ever pick up a' Bryan and Rep-
missioners it's about time we were stirring up enthusiasm at least as long as President Wilson is at the. wheel.
copy of the Gazette and read: that resentatvies Frank Clark, W. J. Sears
in its favor. : We have definite assurance that this governmentwill
DAVIS LAW UPHELDThe name Kissimmee without looking and Steve Sparkman. i I
I take care of our cotton growers. Business con
around for --01)- tt
sweet thing
Will wonders never cease ? The Times-Union ditions all over the country have been steadily improving some young
and Williams Jennings Bryan are standing side by Supreme Court has declared that the Davis during the past nine months.In who might.-Auburndale News.. FLOHIDA' TIMELY INTERESTIN

side in the fight upon President Wilson's programfor Package law regulating the sale of intoxicating spite of more or less adverse conditions, improvements The Kissimmee-+Valley-- Gazette. says : MEAT PRODUCTION '.

national preparedness. liquor in the state of Florida\ constitutional. That in Florida have steadily gone ahead. there is almost a unanimous. sentiment -I -- f

.-- the \liquor men will make no further attack upon it Big road bond issues, together with bond issues in that county for a good road Florida presents a noteworthy example -

Polk county is busily engaged in a campaignfor is practically assured. The Florida Metropolis, of for building construction, in various parts of the I to St. Cloud in one direction and to I of the South's deepening interest -

a million dollar bond issue to build hard-inn! Jacksonville, which has been considered an opponent state, have been voted with good sized majorities.A I the Polk county line in another A';'I in meat production. Within the

faced roads. Will we meet our neighbors at the of prohibition speaks editorially on the supreme great deal of improvement work of all kinds campaign of prominent citizens is l being last twelvemonth that state has shipped

county line with a brick road? court's action as follows: which has been going on all summer will be com- planned to bring in a few iccalcitrantg. some fourteen thousand head of

- At least until the next Legislature meets Florida pleted before the first of the year. This will makea .-Wauchula Advocate. rattle to the stock yards or fattening

The report is that a man actually threatened will undergo what at least the liquor dealers contend showing of progress to both new and old visitors. -000- I grounds of the west Great herds are

to commit suicide here in Kissimmee a few days lo be virtual prohibition. If we are to accept their The condition of the mam road in most sectionsof Leading citizens of Onceola countyare I raised in the country around ,Fort My- .

ago. The man who wouldn't want to live in such interpretation of the effect of the so-called packagelaw the state will be vastly improved this season over taking the necessary steps to prepare -i ers, Arcadia and Kissimmee; and on f

glorious weather as that we have been experiencing those counties which have not by vote of the last. New garages have been established, hotelsare a petition that is to be submittedto the smaller farms animal husbandryis

in the last few days must certainly be demented. I people adopted strict prohibition, must now undergoin being refitted and refurnished, so it will be much the Osceola county commissioners receiving more and more attention.. Y
i f a measure what many other southern states havein asking for an election to vote a band
I more desirable for the northern man to ship or Of chief importance, however, in
,' Keep talking and thinking about the bulkheading recent years. The only difference between Flor- drive his automobile down this winter. issue of $250,000 more or less, for the the movement to establish plants in

of the lakefront. It will come some day and ida counties which still remain wet and dry counties The entertainment features of the resort sectionsin construction of a brick road from Kis-. which Florida raised cattle can be
all wonder it wasn't improved and neighboring dry states is that Floridians can get' simmee to the Polk county line and
when it does. we will why most cases are being added to. New golf links, convertde into beef and by-products
J years ago. The result if the lake is properly); their sealed receptacles at home. By strict enforce- '' tennis courts, and other facilities for recreative from Kissimmee to St. Cloud St. at home instead of being exported as .....
that the will be forgotten ment of the Davis bill it will be impossible to secure Augustine Record.
bulkheaded will be such cost sports are being constructed. Florida will be in raw material on which distant inter-
in the increase in values and the wordsof alcoholic beverages in less than half-pint Securely better her realize I'
property every respect vastly prepared to give The Kissimme Valley Gazette has ests the major profit. A Tam-
which will be showered us. sealed bottles. It means simply that Florida can secure visitors time than before.
praise upon a good ever taken up the matter of reorganizingthe pa correspondent of the Manufacturer's -
-, .- its beverages containing a percentage of alco- The productiveness of Florida land will make State Press Association Record writes that Florida spends
or, at
Despite} the opposition of not a few of the news- hol with more convenience than can the people of a better showing than ever to the homeseeker and least, of changing its constitution so annually some ten million dollars for

papers of the state and a number of growers, we< absolute prohibition states. It means the banish- investor. There is a vastly increased acreage that that only actual workers I' meat and more than three million for

believe that within a few years the maturity test ment of the old-time draught beer bought at a nickel will be under cultivation. Hundreds of new citrus will be eligible ,for newspaper membership. This butter and condensed milk which is

of citrus fruits will become a popular regulation. a glass across the counter, for beer cannot be fruit groves will be in evidence, more truck farms, agitation, started by the Tribune bronght in from the North and West. ;
y We believe that this regulation will result in better bought in less than half-pint bottles or other recep- more cleared lands, and in various parts of the few weeks ago has the roundsof The significance lies not so much in

l.* fruits and better prices to the satisfaction of both tacles and cannot be consumed where it is purchased. state a lot of fine new stock and dairy farms with the state press and gone the Tribune's the figures themselves, which are par-

I the ultimate consumer and the producer. substantial buildings and many new silos. We are suggestion has been endorsed in prac- alelled or exceeded in all southern '
-: :- The Florida liquor regulation law adopted by ready for a continuous Florida "exposition" tically which has discussed states, but in the fact that Florida is "
every -
t of have the 1915 Legislature and which went into effect paper
The county commissioners Clay county winter. the matter-Tampa Tribune. determined to overcome its dependence -
let a contract for the paving of a highway from on October 1 last, is held by liquor dealers to be the Reports from the North and Middle West indicate --+- in this regard. It purposes not

p' Orange Park to the Putnam county line, a distance most stringent regulatory measure written on the prosperity that is almost normal. The average The Orlando Reporter-Star of Mon- only to save great sums of money
of.thirty miles. One by one the links in the statute books of any itate. If that is true, we will yield has been good manufacturing generally is day said: which it spends abroad but also to

Tampa highway are being filled have a chance to see in the next two years what the increase orders in make handsome
Jacksonville to on gigantic war, many sections Tomorrow is the date set for the profits by selling the
in and within the next eighteen months or two the people think of a measure that means virtual have resulted in'an unusual business activity congressional party to start from Kis- very products which it now buys.

years automobiles will be rolling through in a continuous prohibition.. If they are dissatisfied with it they so there are many sound reasons why we may expect simmee down the KIssimmee river, Georgia's opportunities in this industry Ay M
will ask the legislature of 1917 to its repeal.If *
roads. cause '
stream over a normal season at least under the chaperonage of a Board of are as rich as those of its 'en- M ;
. [ they are pleased the act will remain on the books The land real and transportation Trade '+
estate companies to inspect naviga- terprising neighbor In its mild climate -
Isn't it strange that t whenever a woman comes until absolute prohibition comes of it ever does of Florida are now sending out vast quantities tion conditions, with a view to recommending and its ,roils" suited to the befit

into prominence in public life, if she figures in a I I come.: The advocates of the measure will not be of good advertising literature which is sure to an appropriation for of forage, this .*tate has basic rcsoures -

divorce case in a murder mystery, or is shot as a satisfied until they submit prohibition to a vote of be an important factor in bringing people to the deepening and straightening the han- <' for the cheap production of cattle -

" spy in war, she is always beautiful and young. the people again and they feel that this is but a step- state some time during the coming winter month nel. The packing: plants that have

t We Have counted 4,789 references to Miss Edith ping stone to that end. They will doubtless call If every individual citizen of Florida who has friends It is th(\;: purpose, of the committeeto been established and conducted on

11 Cavell, the British nurse, who was shot by the upon the next Legislature to submit a prohibition outside of the state would make it a point to sup- continue the trip through Lake sound business principles how that

:: j Germans for aiding French, English and Belgian amendment and unless the present law is repealed plement these advertising efforts by writing to a Okeechobee to the Everglades The conditions are ripe fro f such undertakings I
noted the then the Davis law will continue in effect until at of his outside friends themto West Palm Beach Board .
wounded to escape, in which she was as dozen or more urging of Trade will Throughout the South the raining -
fr "beautiful young nurse." Fact of the matter is she least after the convening of the 1919 Assembly. plan a trip to Florida during the season ahead send a committee of five to meet the of live stock, as an important feature

was fifty years of age and not especially beautiful, Seldom has there been such general interest in we would probably be surprised at the result. Such party, a resolution having ben passedby of dive-i.ified agriculture, isgaining
a the outcome of any case before the Florida Supreme effort would be worth while and would like that body inviting the f
if we are to judge by newspaper photographs. an we congressmen headway, and to the extent
' r Court all in the Adolph Pricha Case, commonly the take the and to visit that after their that
matter city this
-. to see state papers up urgeit trip I'I movement is sustained the t
J i r The Orlando Reporter-Star wants to know just known as the Davis law test case. Nearly every upon their readers. Whether this is done or not, through the Everglades canals.] The section will become more prosperous
household in the state was interested in one wayor look for normal and congressional is be and ,
it takes the Kissimmee to however we a season, are party composed independent.-Atlanta Journal.
how river on f.
' many trips > the other. The opinion handed down Thursday for it.WILL. "
; get an appropriation from the; Government. afternoon was of far-reaching effect. It decided the preparing
'I I give it but we do hope that the trip now in oooooooooooo.ooooooooooo
j up fate of the open saloon in Florida. oo o oo.oooooooooooooo
progress will result in obtaining the needed changesin . ADVERTISE FLORIDAThe

the channel so that the river may be used for PREPAREDNESS "Florida First"society has been organized I STATE PRESS COMMENTS I I if
' boat traffic at all seasons of the year. We believe I lo spend $-soooo advertising the state throughout-

that if the matter was left entirely to Chairman ;heN 'rth. This'organizatin, which should have ". ".." ." .""..oOL.oOL. #VT..T'.TT.T.' 'V9" 9V90" , OOOOOtoooOOOO_ _
Sparkman of the rivers and harbors committee that I That national preparedness is a dream unless been effected years ago. was whipped into shape at
the work would be started soon after the next session some changes are made in the locations of our a meeting held in Palatka last. week. Of the proposed Some tyro on the Tampa Tribunehas NO SPECIAL POLITICAL RATE

of congress.' munition plants, is the claim of a writer in the fund $19,000 has already been subscribedby handed Bob Holly this one: "Bob The Commercial is receivingletters!

: :- Manufacturer's Record. A lengthy article explainsthe the boards of trade and others, while the rail- Holly enjoys the distinction of being from candidates for state offices, asking '

The first issue of the Stuart Messenger hat conditions that exist and suggests that the roads are expected to contribute 25000. The the handsomest" bald-headed editor in for this paper's "political" rates.
Florida. Since
reached our desk. This bright new publication it South and West should be utilized for these plants. remainder of the fund will be raised by civic organizations this places Bob in We have none.Political .
printed in the office of the Fort Pierce Tribune The article is prefaced with the following statement I, etc. competition only George Ma- advertising in the Commercial .,
thews, of the Kt. Lauderdale Sentinel, '
and is the latest addition to A. K. Wilson's family .: The plan was suggested by the Manufacturer.sII I it is for is on a commercial basis and >
of newspapers-The St. Lucie County Tribune Ft. National preparedness is chimerical, an impos- Record and D. C. Gillett, president of the Tampa easy money said Robert. the regular rates apply. We do not

' Pierce and the Fellsmere Tribune, being the other sible, unrealizable dream, unless?\ radical changes are II Board of Trade. The Thomas Advertising Service,, looks Oeorge his never oratorical did run and much on his give "puffs" with any advertising,

members. Like! the two Tribunes, the Messenger it made In the iron and steel industry.We of Jacksonville, which is handling the big advertising ities ; his and literary abil- either local or foreign. We give"puffs"

printed on a good grade of book paper and is at have talked about living in a fool's paradise campaign for the Florida Citrus Exchange -Orlando are Reporter-Star.pride fighting piece. whenever and to whomsoever

neat as artistic printing can make it. The Messenger because we are without an adequate army and navy. was named to handle this campaign also. Advertisements --+- we believe deserves them, whetherthe

is well patronized by the merchants of Stuart But a big army and navy will not take us out of a artistically designed will be placed in According to the national geolog- recipient is an advertiser or not.

and is filled with news of that section. We wish fool's paradise until the National Government and magazines and newspapers with a national circu- ical survey peat is used in Germanyfor For a man to purchase display

the Messenger the success that its first issue indicates great iron and steel interests lessen the nation's lation. No one particular section of the state will stock feed. "As a stock food it space in a newspaper and expect a"writeup"

it deserves. dependence for all its munitions of war upon a be advertised, the campaign being mapped out to is used in a mixture containing molasses. with it, is exactly the same
limited along the Atlantic coast, which in turn as if he should purchase
: :- area benefit the state as a Whole. This campaign should The results are stated to have a can of
Clarence Woods, of the Eustic Lake Region. is wholly dependent for ore upon two sources that result in great good to Flordia and we congratulate been very satisfactory in practice, the baked beans at the grocery and expect

has "butted in"on a regular hornet's nest. He at- might be cut off in time of war leaving us utterly the organizers upon the selection of the Thomas Advertising peat acting as a tonic and corrective.The the grocer to "throw in" a bottle of ..

tacked the brick roads of Seminole and Orange helpless. Service to prepare the copy and superintend peat used is the black, wellhumified pickles.Our 4''

counties, because a few spots were washed out in -- the placing of the advertisements.The and rotted "kind and is preparedin is advertising space, it happens, }.
being sold for
t the recent heavy rains and brought down upon his The "cooking school"expert Is with us againin practically the same way as when than the ma'rket a great deal less
tt bead long editorial bombardments from Bob Holly the larger cities of the state. She tells the good bulkheading proposition has been givennew used for fertilizer." If cattle and is price. Our circulation ,"

,of the Sanford Herald and Joe Reese of the OrLando housewives how to cook, but this is not her greatest life by the visit here of a delegation of Sanfordmen horses can be kept on muck Jand mo- when the more than twice what it was !J

Reporter-Star, Then he sailed down'Dto duty. She must find in every city just the proper who are building the bulkhead there.: Theyall lasses there are all reasons in the but present rate card was Issued -
we cannot
:Pinellas county and tried to tell the good people thing among> the merchart there and if she used agree that Kissimmee's lakefront is ,even more world why Florida should be a great til January i, 1916 issue another un-

'there that they should vote for sand-oil roads in all of the various products which she approves, valuable to this city than their own is to Sanford. stock-raising state. This fact shows rates were because these

t, preference to brick. Whereupon' one Willis Powell the pantry of her home if she has one beside the They were muchly impressed by the view of the bow the old prophesies are being: fulfilled Leesburg guaranteed Commercial until that time.

'f. of the Clearwater Sun let forth his wrath and< hotels in which she stops in traveling about the lake arid the possibilities U offers. We hope that little by little, for Job's book

BOWSir, Clarence the Beau DrummeD of Florida country, would undoubtedly be the largest room in their visit will result in giving an impetus to the says of the bone, "Ha swaOoweth the Pennsylvania baa nearly BOOr --1; sphysldans.

:journalism, is i 'very much in "hot water." the house _or._ movement which will bring about immediate action. CJ'OuncLStarke Telegraph ; ._''

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iby 'iCouricilmki 1 tuminUg.i .plrit by all of,tb. ladies present. The Brown.enlisted three times and.serrdf high ipp: dolt.1ort..our >t M0tlfaJTo >'

J'St C'lo d De a r erifn 'bat f, ogles bius1flaedpQUfewwisIWrI i program-dated with a beautiful piano through thi'sntfn; ,i"lV ar.",'W'sar clty.: :.} '; ,'. ; 1tI.4' a,
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; *' ; Club. adjourned to meet NOT 17 at S b
1 City. ., Mr Out Malaria I
News and Notes of the "Wonder City" From Our Own ,Mr. J. N; FarrU addressed the o'clock. Last Friday evening Comrade. and. .*, AM Build Up TIM ''
council again with 'reference to the Take the Old Standard GROVB'8
Special .Correspondent city paying him for sidewalk and Mr., and Mr*. Wallace W. Morton Mrs. L.: H. Prosser arrived In the TASTELESS chill TONIC.' Yon kixnr
Wonder City after absence the what ,' th. formula Is
pant Monday in Klssimmee. an you arc taking as
curb which he had
at corners, 'pald
North Star state of six months which o a every label showing it, if
Mr. and Mrs. C. E, S. ,
L The Prisctlla Club met Friday afternoon -[ry., and sister, Mrs. S. A. Thompson, for during 1913 and 1914. cam time EteC1 and Iron In a tactelee form.
in Friday morning from Toledo Ia. was spent visiting their children ,' t
.. drive malaria. ''the'J .
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Nov. 5th, with Mrs. Fred of Niagara Falls N. Y., arrived on Mr. N: P. Curtis with reference to
to spend the winter.. and old friends. Their return to, St Iron build*,, np .u,system., ao.teats,, i '
Kenney, on Florida avenue, with 18 Monday and are guests at the Bon- sidewalk line on Missouri avenue. h
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Squires in
members present. Among new business I air house for the winter. Solicitor Crawford advised that the came

i' it was decided to set aside 75 Wilbur A. Ginn, civil engineer! of city not pay for sidewalk and curb Ohio Wednesday evening from Coving-ton, .......... .. .. ..... . ........ .. ......... .. ... ... ...

per cent of all funds taken in for entertainments Sanford, Fla., spent several days this corners which were put in previous to

after expenses were week in St. Cloud. the resolution passed by the council Mrs. Clara Sims returned Tuesday :
evening from Pensmcola, where she INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE:
paid, for the church: extension fund. Mrs. A. S. Craig and daughter arrived whereby the city would pay for the has been
spending a few weeks with
It was also decided to have a Christi here last Friday evening from corners. "'
., friends.W. Let insure Life Health your
tree on Friday afternoon of Uniontown, Pa., and are pleasantly Moved by Councilman Buckmaster us your your Property. t
i W. Morton has sold his place on
December 17th, charging an admission located in their new home on New and seconded by Cummings that the
Maryland avenue to Frank B. Lock- Information in regard to property for
fee of 5 and 10 cents, and each New York avenue. complaint of Mr. .N. P. Curtis be referred -
p wood. sale and rent r '
one to receive some gift from the Miss Amber Robbins, or Glasford, to the Supt. of Streets. Yea, cheerfully given.WE .
Rev. W. G.
Brown, U. Ev. Church: ,
c' k": tree. The place for having: the tree 111., came in Wednesday evening last all. t
Co. K., 68th O. V. V. I., Chicago Junc- WRITE THE KIND OF INSURANCE THAT PAYS. w
will be announced later. The meeting to spend the winter with William Superintendent of Streets advised I '
tion, Ohio, and his wife, arrived in St. Only reliable companies in our list.
,tt was then turned over to the hostess Johnson and family. Mr. Johnson and that he had already taken action in
Cloud last
week. They will remainall
. for the social hour, who gave as daughter, Mrs. Bowers, and Baby the matter. ;
' i winter and perhaps all time, for :I:>>. G. .A.G1-N"E: : :
4! her "stunt": With what letters of the Mern met Miss Robbins at Kissim- Proposals for the engineering work
Mr. Brown he cannot stand cold
t .j,'. alphabet can you express the following mee.Mr. asked for at the last session of coun- say : Second Floor Gtizens Bank Eldg. Kissimmee,,fla. d>'

?t statements? and Mrs. Harry Johnson have cil were opened and read. I I

n I.:. 1. Containing nothing. M Temp-( moved into the Peckham building on Moved by Councilman Kenney and NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD
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4 '!to ty. New York venue. seconded by Councilman Cummingsthat -- -- d 1.c.I

r v 2. Statmeent of indebtedness. I 0 Mrs. Eva Easton and Mrs. A. B. as there were a number of bid- -.-.-

t; i; . U. Daniels are attending the W. C. T. U. ders present, they be allowed to ad- Expels scrofulous humors from the .I

J. :3. Part of a house. L. convention' at Orlando this\ week. dress the council. Yea, all. blood, which cause constipation, ma- 1

4. An insect. B. Mr. and Mrs. Combs left on Thurs- Moved by Councilman Kenne *.and laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim- TWENTY DOLLARS

11 5. To behold. C. day to make their home at St. Peters- seconded by Councilman Cummings. ples, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy -

i i 6. Part of the body. L burg. Mr. Combs will drive throughin to recess to November 11th at 7:00: p.1 on a guarantee to satisfy. ,R

7. A famous poem. LEG. Elegy. the auto. We are sorry to see Mr. m. Yea, all. a

',4 II, 8. A tent. T P. and Mrs. Combs go. W. N. Garner, Pres. Council. GIVEN AWAY !

I :r 9. A number. A T. Mr. and Mrs. John Houston returned Attest:

tt i.t' 10. All right. 0 K. Saturday morning after a summer Fred B. Kenney, City Clerk. w

,i 11. Slang Expression. G, or 0 G. pleasantly spent in Utica, N. Y. A"

1 12 A Foe. N M E. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Slawson returned At the meeting of the Ladies' Improvement FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS: : THE >

t .. 13. Indefinite quality. N E. last Friday evening from Waverly Club held Nov. 3rd, Miss .

14. A Vegetable. P. Kansas, where they have been Carson and Mr. Evans, of Kissimmee .11 r

15. Intemperance. X Q. spending the summer.C. were present and gave some valuable 4

': 16. Poorly Dressed. C. D. E. Carlson is the owner' of a new information on the canning in- : CENTRAL BUSINESS: .

17. Two Of a Kind. W. Dodge auto.J. dustry. They also discussed the Orange a

18. An Image. F E G. (Efeg-y) H. Ferguson was a business caller County Fair to be held at Or-

r 19. To Covet. N V at Kissmimee on Tuesday.Dr. lando the first week in February. COLLEGE: OFFLORIDA

20. A Bird. J. (Jay) R. M. Buckmaster left on Mon- They advised that the ladies of the ,

21. A Verb. C. (See) day for his home in Arcadia, Fla., Improvement Club co-operate with Dupontfor k

i 22. A Common Breverage. T (Tea) i after spending several days with his the board of trade in making this a .

r 1 23. A Girls Name. L C. (Elsie) son, Dr. O. L. Buckmaster, of St. grand success and requested that the Ducks .

24. Another One. F EEffie( ) Cloud.D. .
w things for exhibit be gotten togetheras duck season't here. The
i 25. Still Another. K T. (Katie) L. Rice arrived Tuesday evening soon as possible. The speakers THE are black with these

26. Another Yet. L N. (Ellen) from Washington, D. C. complimented the ladies on their fine toothsome game birds. There's KISSIMMEE FLORIDA OFFERS: ITS : '' i iI
27. One More. M E. Dan Armstrong arrived home last display of two years ago; they also plenty for all. Get your gun
I If aim and
ready u!
28. A Literary Effort. (S A. week from New York. He was accompanied said the Ladies' Improvement Clubwas your I load's your dependable you'll get I '

'u MisH Edna Gross winning the quarter I home by his cousin, Mr. known and admired all over the your share.SMOKELESS.
for the mLssinoary fund, and Boyd. 'state for their
energy and zeal (in COMBINED
ji, after dainty refreshments were ser Council Meeting. building up the Wonder City. Their $$70:

ved, the club adjourned to meet in Council met in regular session No- words of praise and' encouragement SHOTGUN POWDERS SCHOLARSHIP FOR

two weeks at the "Pifer House" on vember 8th, 1915, with the following were very helpful and the club gave Du..nt .aillstltare .' ,
New York avenue with Misses O'Bcrt members W. N. Garner 'them r,
present: a rising vote of thanks. It was
the Bulk or doimch t 4 set
and Firkins as hostesses. pres.; 0 L. Buckmaster, J. I. Cum- 'omitted in the report of the last meeting .. hu powdara lu .:::.t'1i.and each baa e

I). J. Spencer, C. D. 25th Iowa, ar- mings, L. W. Farris, F. B. Kenney i the vote of thanks extended to it Du fnond Pont Powder-.h.ehofo of 8O% '

rived Tuesday evening and is pleasantly and E. E. Scranton. I Mr. Schofield for the handsome no- of Amerioan'ibootera. are loaded in all Payable $10 per Month. k
; tmndard lObelia or old in bulk at your'Ifriu
located at the Ferris Hotel. Minutes of previous meeting read. tices he
so kindly made for the parcel .d..kMa
Capt. John Donaghy Co. F, 103 Moved by Councilman Cummingsand post sale. The club was to have Mrs. for booklet. 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash 7' )

Inft. of Penn., arrived Tuesday even- seconded by Councilman:: Farris Combs with them again after her visIt C.I...PM*.N..wr.A Company .

: ing and will remain for the winter. that the minutes be approved. to St. Petersburg, as she was absent WI_atT.., DeI.__ .. -

,t Miss Ruth Baas left Tuesday after- Buckmaiter, yea; Cummings, yea; at the parcel post sale) a'he. kindly .

noon for her home at Avon Park. Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton, gave the club two dollars as her

Miss Alfa Reagen has accepted a share-for which they were very

position as clerk in the poet office. yea.Moved by Councilman Buckmaster ,.thankful. A very interesting discussion r
. : "' and seconded by Councilman Farris on the topics of the day was
that the regular order of business
:'. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. .
suspended and bills be considered.
,1 ) j'STILLWELLMETEYARD. Balls, St. Cloud, Florida on the eve I
. of November lat Mr. Buckmaster, yea; Cummings, yea;
. : 1915, Z. B.
.,, i'-i Ii 1 Stillwell and Mrs. Nancy A.. Mete- Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton, .0 v -. .
i yard, both from the state of Wisconsin yea.Moved '
by Councilman Cummings 6i
were united in the holy bonds of $*
end seconded by Councilman Buck-
matrimony. Mr. Stillwell is an old .
t master that the ofllowing bills: be allowed i"
and respected citizen of St. Cloud,
: Boat have for _
Florida, owning property here. lie you ,
K. B. Clark, interest __ $ 80.00
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came several years ago from Eau-\ W. W. Partin, poles __ 10.00T. male, lift with me, or can {
," clair, Wis., and has constantly worked I
A. Court, street work 14.60A.
for the benefit of St. Cloud. Mrs. n ell you molt any kind ofa ,
U.. Cooley, cemetery work 3.00
Meteyard arrived in St. Cloud on the
1st Natl.! Bank loan ________ 500.00 Motor Boat you with
of November 6th, from I IJ
morning W. F. McEndree, salary _.__ 70.00
White Creek, Wis. The following invited n from $650.00 down to

f: and Mrs.guests W. N.only Gainer were, Mr.present nnd: Mrs.Mr. John Kinzie Fleming Partin,, salary salary _nn n n n_ 45.00 45.00 $75.00. Will buy, rentor "BuyingTrees Isles a Matter of Straight Common Sense"

Kis. Tel. Co., rent 4.00T.
i A. B. Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rowland A. Horn, feed _nUh___ 28.15 fell row boatf. Fishing

(t, .'. D. F., H.Rails D. Lyons officiating.and J. H.After DeGraw the Vans Agnew & Crawford nu, sal. 33.33F. and Boating Parties a.pecialty. Says Uncle William, the Old Reliable Florida CrackerUncle

B. Kenney, sal. and sup__ 53.45
: ceremony and congratulations Mr. G, S. Jones, sanitary nn. 45.00 William is wise with the wisdom of several gcn 'rntions. lie has been making ".
and Mrs. Stillwell led tho to the
Stminole ice cream parlor,way where all Jas. Peterson, St. wk. ---r--- 15.80 citrus groves and selling them} as well as growing fruit for market for these many years. rd

4 enjoyed delightful refreshments. Mr. St. Cloud Pub. Util. Co ___on 12.50 R. G. CANOVACity For a long time he has planted only Buckeye trees-lethim tell why in his own words: -,
St. Cloud Tribune ____ 163.65
and Mrs. Stillwell will make their un Dock .
Buckmaster, yea; Cummings, yea; "I lived up in Marion County when Myron Gillett i tar tedliurkeye. 'OIu....., there'. been a few dufntlff between me and theGilletU. *
home in St. Cloud. .and their many Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton, *r moat forty y..MI ago. I w"kh..t the way br went None of them come to anything tbouab-bea.e
friends extend congratulations. Phone 23 6R Rmtidmnc at it and? saw that''. hf win im the right track. I looked 1 up got together to talk the thing over they were always plumb nn
).' Mrs. P. E. Morgan and Mrs. Bowers yea.Bill Gillett in hu native home and! found he had a fint-cUuu name fair and square, and I got all that was coming to me. Once e1 -
of J. A. McCarthy referred for honesty' and ., drahna."Thin >
motored to Kissimmee last Wed- : l.square I threali-ned to have the law on M. E. Gillett because be
'. back to him for details. when GMIalt; moved down the tate Into the present couldn't deliver as many tree as I needed. I didn't do ftberatue : r
nesday.C. heart of the curio belt. I I weather bu .
kept on movemenu. -
my eye
I found I had forgot to mail the order when.1 thought
W. Case, of Michigan arrived in It happened planted some crovei in Hulk. bounty I
that if I had cued
I hale Hut it was a big comfort to know t
about the same time. I tab on )Buckeye method
I our city Tuesday evening to spend ever since and allow I ...srright when I figured 1 out up ,lave and won. my verdict would have been worth _thin.. I
the winter.J. SUB-TROPICAL in old Marion County that illicit; was the Fellow in the "uel' ve m., son, the knack and the bnowb-d I;(e of growing
O. Frye, Co. C., 33rd Ind., and nursery bunine s to tie up with. cilru. fruit tree in the nursery niGHT run't. be picked up h'
wife, arrived Tuesday evening and MID-WINTER FAIR AND "I've found it a big tlrawin card to tell buyers that my In. few years. I'm an old fogy, I reckon but 111 bedaraed
,, groves are planted with Buckeye trees. They seem to sense if (I'm going to put my good money into good "land, good l
will spend the winter in our Wonder EXHIBITION right away that they ran depend on the fruit coming true to cultivation, and *o oat and not be sure that the trees, which
(3 City. name. Ai for l hcnlllifulnriu. and vigor, the trees, even the are the real foundation of any grove,are the very best. There ;
J. H. Thompson, Co. B., 37th Ind., young ones,show for theirnelvea." Every grove 1 sold. brought M\Y BE other Unes as g<.....t as Buckeye trees, but it Is 1
+ arrived November 9 and will enjoy TO CITIZENS OF r VOLUSIA. LAKE. me enough money to boot on account of the Buckeye tree CERTAIN there are none better-Buckeye trees I KNOW' .. e.
J < 5 8KMINOL.K. OHCKOL.A AND OR- to pay for them several. times over. .-to be good and I am not taking any chances oa 'may be.
the Sunny South this winter. ANnE COUNTIES

,fc J. C. Fisk, Co. F., 43 Ohio, arrived COUNTIES ORKKTlMftl Be It known to all of you that you The new Buckeye.Nurseries catalog gives the full history of Buckeye Nurseries, I
:} Tuesday evening and is a guest at are Invited and expected to preparesultahla them this
exhibit for display at the tells just how Buckeye trees are grown to give acknowledged superiorityand
: the Farris hotel for the winter. icreat exposition already agreed upon
I by your people, enRafflnff In a friendly contains a wealth of valuable suggestions as to the planting, care and
Bard of
polio Mr., and Pa., Mrs.came George in last week, Ap-and GREATEST EVENT IN varied competition product for the of your exhibition section of, al the fen handling of groves.' This hook i h illustrated in. real color is of convenient form, J i

THEHISTORY things, "Made In your town," your and is far ahead of other citrus catalog Buckeye Nurseries are ;
", 1 will remain for the winter. school work your fruits, your vegetables as any nursery as 1

i' .Li; I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Stoughton, of FIVE COUNTIESCOUNTIES OF THE of u'.o, your and farm field product., OUrt, your creations store, I ahead of others in extent and quality of production. Write today for free copy. j ;r

East Hartford, Conn., came in Satur- ; stock, chicken and all other

r day and will spend the winter in the things Prepare of attend In person and with Fk '

'a Sunny South, 5 your within family, your and grate friend. and the stranger Buckeye Nurseries, l 1057Cilizens Bank Building Tampa, I

Mr. and Mrs. James Slate, of Hartford SUB-TROPICAL MID.WINTER EXPOSITION ,,

t Conn., arrived on Saturday and OF THE PROSPEROUSFEBRUARY 1

l 1":, are expect much to pleased spend the with winter.the Wonder They FIVE COUNTIES. BUCKEYE: : :' 'TREES BEAR-j- 1 ,:;

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f MOo; arrived last week to enjoy our Joi.l'
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7 .>,MMMMMIMM tMH MIMM ( representing. a pumpkin. Yellow dee- I dF' aJl"'tor'pear- :: : "" 1 ::1''

I' oration,'black eats, bat and goblin CANNING CLUB .GIES:. AND CORN t !hu,, Jon been. ralpd,fnTrldabut. "-
aJ1f'omta "

t \ ; .,# Society Notes $ and with At doughnut evergreen nine o'clock were adorned lemonade served.the, apple walls.The CLUB BOYS MEET ERE I NEXT' WEEKOne 'which ing Most moat"ever'y'. dram,: t It.1a''eUltfvat-.w fruit: 1 I..>'"

kr f t: 1. (Mattie! Bell Harris, Editor.) "Black Witch" serving the doughnut beine'planted.. The people are being'
on a broom handle. urged to start the'eutu 'of th. ,
of the big events of the coming ; ahuacate in their 'home In pot and "
i 14 R.*..*. fa Bad.. to aH patrras of Ik* Valley Gazette t. send" Item I After *the marched refreshment twenty strong the masquerader to- week wil be the exhibit" of the workof TAMPA CONTRIBUTES tins and then transplanting the young;: II

1 Mciety event to la* Editor for pablicatien u the*. cohnui the Manse for about ten minutes and the Girls' Canning: Club and the ,' tree in thefr yards, or as border
Boy1 Corn Club, to be held at the along their farm places.
their return all cuddled the
upon on
fl IOI'I'I".r""ol"'I" O.OO.O.O.O.O, ;, floor In the parlor In Inky blackness {Gray stone Casino. These exhibits will $25,000, FOR .FAIR This is the Californit way of doing-
be judged and prizes awarded on next and
TEA CALLED OFF bresent were: Glady. Griffin, Lois and told tales. They adjourned at things. Go-operation everybody
Thursday.On Citizens of Tampa without the necessity -
is ""f Mrs. H. H. Harper's tea was called Overstreet Luclle Griffin, Elizabeth I'0:30 a happy, merry crowd. pulling together. .
Tuesday and Wednesday a short of a man-to-man canvass have Here in Clearwater maybe as many
off on account of the illness of Mr. Waring Josephine Orlffln. J. J. Griffin 4 *
5i r c Harper. Jr., Elmo Oriffln, Orvllle Harrison ENTERTAIN SUNDAY course for the girls of the canning agreed to subscribe $25,000 to the thrown away each season-a millionor
4, d .' Lee Hobbs Walter Griffin Bradley SCHOOL CLASS club wil be given by Miss Harris iI in I South Florida Fair which wilL be held so in the state-but in California

I MRS GRIFFIN HOSTESS BreckenrIdge and Allen Stock- Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and Mrs. H. I charge of the demonstration work in from February 4 to 12; the city of they are planting these seeds. Every

A few ladies called Tuesday afternoon M. Pfann very delightfully entertained ,J Florida assisted by Miss Warren, Tampa will spend $15,000 or more in home is becoming avocado nursery.

j and enjoyed tea and wafers with dale.Mr.. and Mrs. J. J. Griffin and Mrs. the members of their Sunday 'Florida Canning Club agent and Miss erecting exhibition buildings on Plant These are the directions for plant-
f' Mrs. C. W. Griffin as hostess at her May Stockdale chaperoned the party. school class Saturday afternoon at I Wells assistant in home economics. Field, which it has leased to the fair ing the seed as given out by the

apartment on Main street. Mrs. * the home of Mrs. Overstreet on Main I All arrangements for the girls' pro- association without charge, for a period Ahuacate Association which wants
;f Griffin's guests were Mrs. Guice, Mrs. MRS. CHALKER HONOREDMrs. street. The house was tastefully decorated ''gram have been made by Miss Anne of ten years, and business and society trees and more trees:

l Bradden, Mrs. Will Gilbert Mrs. Beam I Roy E. Chalker was the hon- with red dahlias and ferns. | Bryan Carson who is in charge of the men will, as usual promote the I "When you pay two bits or a dollar

1a r n, Mrs. Sam Gardner. oree at a tea last Saturday afternoon During the afternoon a guessing contest i:1 work in this county, while B. E. Evans I Gasparilla Carnival the advertising for an avocado you can easily get
h I. * given by Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman at was enjoyed. Miss Laura Thomas county farm demonstrator, has and crowddrawingfeature of the I your money back and thereby eat the

SURPRISE PARTY her residence on Beaumont avenue. I received the first prize a guest arranged for the boys. During the fair at their own expense. Not a avocado and have your dollar also, if
Mrs. Sears was delightfully surprised The rooms were tastefully decorated towel and Miss Orpha Rose a pair of present week the local girls, who are penny of salary will be paid officers I you grow a tree from the seed. Save

Monday evening: by a few friendsat with cut flowers and ferns. Dainty embroidery scissors. Next the guests members of the canning club, have ar- and directors of the association with the large seed and plant it in one
her home on Main St. The after- girls while they are here attendingthe the exception of the secretary, who ornamentalpot.
refreshments of sandwiches lady lingers contested to see which could work the or five-gallon can ro an
noon was very pleasantly spent playing and tea were served the hostess best button hole. In this Leona Rob- I short course. devotes his entire time to promotionwork The manner of planting is rather .

I.- flinch. Dainty refreshments of using her pretty blue bird set of erson received a dainty handkerchief The full program for the short and al profits will be devoted to peculiar. You open drainage holesin
punch and wafers were served. Those ,I china. The guests invited to spend and Miss Lilian Prentis a large bou- I course and exhibit is as follows: increa ing 'thel' scope of the fair from the base of your can, put in an inch
in the party were Mrs. Kenton Miss the aftrenoon were Mrs. Wade Tucker quet of dahlias. After this the ho.-I Tuesday year to year.. An extensiveadvertsiing of coarse sand gravel then half sand

Uackofen and Miss. Lola. Kenton. Miss Anne Carson Miss Inez Car- I tesses led the way into the dining Placing girls in homes. campaign: in the north and west begins and sediment and finally set your

MRS. PORTER'S TEA son, Miss Mary Carson, Miss Virginia I room where delicious chocolate and 9 to 10 a. m.-Labor savingdevices.. at once, and the extremely low ( seed half in the ground, and half ex-

J Mrs. M. H. Porter entertained a Tiller Miss Alma Griffin and Mrs.J. cake were served. Miss Harris. rates granted by the railroads several posed to the air. Water freely for six:

' '" Cycle Tea last Friday afternoon at K. Conn of St. Cloud. Those present were Misses Leona 10 to 11 a. m.-Commercial packs, months ago, together with the opera- or eight weeks and the seed will split
Roberson Ruby Prevail Gladys Cas- Miss Warren. tion of farmer's special trains is expected open and send forth the young tree.
her home Bass Dainty re-
freshments were served street.and a pleas PRISCILLA CLUB ler, Orpha Rose, Ethel Roberson 11 to 12 a. m.-Demonstlation. the to bring an attendance of at I keep mine around the front porch
Those invited The Priscilla Embroidery Club was Lilian Prentis and Mattie Belle Har egg andjts uses; Miss Wels. least 150,000 to the fair at which and among the ferns and palms, in a.
ant afternoon spent. entertained last Saturday afternoonby ris. 1 to 3 p. m.-Canning contest. more than half of the' counties of shaded place, of course, because direct -
J. L.
were: Miss Backofen, Mrs. '
Mrs. Frank Souders at her homeon s 3 to 4 p. m.-Breadmaking demon- south Florida have already decided to sunshine injures tender tropical
Mrs. Will Gilbert Mrs. Staring
aves, -
Mabbette street. The afternoonwas IIARHI --"ITTMAN stration. be represented by exhibits and to aid growth. They are as beautiful to me
Mrs. Henry Lightsey Mrs. Co-
spent in doing fancy work and When Prof. W. N. Harris of the Wednesday in financing. Tampans hope every as my ornamentals. If you do not understand
n, Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Ben Miller,
Mrs. Elwick. social conversation. Those who at- ,Osceola High School returned from 9 a. m.--Jelly demonstration; Miss county in this section including thoseof budding them just plant
MacDonough. tended were: Mrs. J. J. Woodall, attending the Georgia-Florida football Wells. the East Coast will be representedby them in the yard or field next Marchas

4 CYCLE OF TEAS FINANCES Mrs. H. G. Lasley Mrs! W. W. Saunders frame in Jacksonville, he broughtwith' 10 a. m.-Cooking lesson; girls pre product exhibits. a seedling. In later years if the

t e A complete list of names of the Mrs. H. N. Bratton Miss C. B. him a bride who was formerlyMiss pare lunch and eat it. Southern California has organizedan fruit is rot satisfactory then have it

ladies who have given the cycle teas Petrie, Mrs. W. II. Morrow Mrs. A, Norene Pitmann, daughter of 1 p. m.-Sewing lesson. Ahuacate Association. budded over.-Clearwater Sun.

'% for the Children's Home Society and L. Stevens, Mrs. Robert Glover Mrs. Mis. Alice Pittman of Athens, Ca. 4 p. m.-Reception in honor of out What is
an ahuacate
the amount collected at each one will R. D. Guice Mrs. J. R. Bronson and They were quietly married last Satur- of town guests and canning club girls It i is the Minneapolis has a home for work.
name they have applied to ing .
be published in next week's Issue.If Mrs. J. S. Souders. The club will be day morning at the parsonage of the by Mrs. C. A. Carson.
entertained tomorrow by Mrs. J. S. First Methodist church of Jacksonville ,
there is any one in Kissimmeewho Thursday: --- -- --
would like to send in a donation, Souders and Mrs. Lasley at the homeof the Rev. W. J. CarpenJ, pastorof Exhibit and contest canning clubs
; > o m ?oyo
kindly send or mail it to Mrs.'"E. E. the former. that church, performing the cere- and corn clubs. -- {

Naugle secretary, 118 Main street. aLEESTANFORD* moiy. After attending the football Judging.
. TEA game, they enjoyed a wedding supper Talks
MRS. AULTMAN ENTERTAINS Mrs. John M. Lee and Mrs. H. Clay at Use Seminole hotel and arrived in I MOOSE DANCE

Mrs. S. B. Aultman entertained Stanford invited a number of friendsin Kissimmee Sunday morning. They
Monday afternoon with one of the for tea on Tuesday afternoon. The will make their home with Mrs. F. G. Friday Nov.12th

Cycle Teas for the benefit of the afternoon was delightfully spent in Thomason. Mr. Harris, who is serv- The Woman's Missionary socitetjy ,
Z. 9 Children's Home Society of Florida. conversation and needlework. Dainty ing his first year as a member of the of the Methodist church will hold I

Refreshments of chocolate and wafer sandwiches, ladyfingers and tea were faculty of the high school here'Is also their week of prayer services at the MAKINSON HA 1

were served. Those who attended served during the afternoon. The coach of the football team. He is a church beginning Nov. 14, as follows: Admission 5Oc

were Mrs. J. F. O'Berry Mrs. guests were: Mrs. Wade Tucker graduate of the University of Georgia Sunday evening 7 o'clock, sermon M per Couple

Henry Anltman, Mrs. T. M. Rivers, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Mrs, S. Bul- and his marriage is the result ofa by the pastor. M

1', Mrs. H. G. Stiver, Mrs. Bradley Mrs. lock, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, Mrs. Pilley, coliege romance. He is the son of Monday, topic Prayer and World > ( > ((4(4)a> n ?r
J. M. Cochrane, Mrs. Smith Mrs. A. Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, Miss Virginia Judge George Harris, a prominent Peace. 3 p. m. Leaders: Mrs. J. L.

r M. Chisholm' Mr*. E. E. Wells, and Tiller Mrs. DWilton Alderman, Mrs. attorney of Rome, Ga.HALLOWEEN. Overstreet Mrs. Alexander. Hostesses

?I' ;, Mr. Will;Gilbert, Joe Sear, W, J. S. Carr, Mrs. Evans, * : Mrs. Pfann, Mrs. ]ngr.m. Phone 250 Quick
\. ,rw.. > . e Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. J. M. Willson PARTY Tuesday topic God of Nations. DeliveryTAYLOR'S

: FARMER-RIVERS TEAt Miss Glenn Miss Tiller Mrs. Marion The following item was inadvert- Leaders: Mrs. H. H. Huff Mrs. W. B.

Wednesday afternoon Mrs. L. R. Carson, Mrs. Boice, Miss Bay Mrs. netly crowded out last week: Harris. Hostesses: Mrs. Chas. Griffin GROCERY

Farmer and Mr*. T. M. Rivers enter- Boone, Mrs. Fred Gilbert, Mrs. GayC. Misses Anne and Inez Carson were Mrs. Joe Griffin.

t:1 tained at Mrs. Fanner's home inviting Livingston Mrs. W. B. Crawford, charming hostesses last Saturday ev- Wednesday topic, EvangelisticWork.
% f 'the following- ladles in for tea: Mrs. Mays Mrs. B. C. Ansted, Mrs. ening, entertaining a number of Leaders: Mrs. Wade Tucker 18 STEWART AVENUE

l' Mrs. Breaker Mrs.i.;R. ,.T. Butler, Mrs.Kenneth Van Buren, ,Mrs. Bruenhoffer. friends with a Halloween party at Mrs. Clark. Hostestes: Mrs. W. C.

Butler, Mrs. ElI, Mrs. Spear, their home on Clyde avenue. The Bass, Mrs. Lesley.
M ". Jeffords 'Mr*,. Winn Mrs. Pratt.y MRS.. K. P. BUTLER ENTERTAINSAt
guests who were masked, were received Thursday, topic, Jesus, the Friend.
ther, Mrs. {Smith, Mr. Cobb, Mra. Mrs. K. P. Butler's residence by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson Leaders: Mrs. Morrow, Mrs. Bronson. Sugar if Advancing, Better Buy Your Holiday

I t: Sto1'7,'Mra. Mills,,Mrs. F. C. Bryan, tuesday afternasn Mra. Holmes Pra and their daughter, Mrs. Roy Chalker Hostesses: Mrs. Bratton, Mr. Reaves. Needs Now Iii

; r Mrs',Campbell, and Mr*. Wooldridge.. ther and Mrs. Butler entertained, it of Lake City. A merry contest Wednesday evening, 7 o'clock, topic,

ri } Dainty refreshment were served dur- being another cycle tea. TWO kindsof followed their arrival when each en- I Sacrificial _GivingLeader, Mrs. Zimmerman -

i \ '' ing the afternoon. sandwiches fancv cakes and----- ton- deavored to guess the identity of the (Missionary department Kp- 17 lbs Granulated Sugar ______$1.00 1 Package Cleaned Currants .10
were served during the afternoon. others. Mrs. worth League .
I. was awarded a ) 8 lbs Granulated ___ .50 Whole
: i MRS-SOUDERS AND Sugar Codfish Sides, Ib _ .20
Those invited per
r to spend the afternoonwere prize, a Hallowe'en favor for having Committee on Music: Mrs. Lane
MISS PETRIE ENTERTAIN : Miss Jackson, Mrs. Rivers guessed' the least number. Other Hal Paulk Mrs. J. It.: Gilbert, Mrs. J. Z. 4 lbs Light Brown Sugar ____ .25 Picnic Hams, per Ib _ _ _ _ .15
Mrs. Frank Souders and Miss Mrs. Cobb Mrs. 16 lbs Fancy Head Rice __ 1.00 Dry Salt Meat
? Roberson Mrs. Barber lowe'en customs were observed including I - u per Ib _ _ _ 13 /2
Petrie - --- -- -
r were also hostesses on Tues- Mrs. Verner Ellis Mrs. R. T. Butler a contest in picking up corn 1 Ib Best Creamery Butter __ .35 Smoked Rib Sides per Ib _ .18
day afternoon at the Souders'
dence. The following, were at resi-the Mrs., Mrs.Johnson Ragsdale: Mrs. Thad Oliver, and peas from the floor in which Miss KIMO 10 tbs Meal or Grits _______ _ .25 Compound Lard, per Ib . _ .11
Virginia Makinson
nnd B. E. Evans
party and enjoyed the refreshments: Gardner, Mrs. Ingram Mrs. Breaker 24 Ib Sack Pillsbury Flour __ 1.00 Yellow Corn Meal _hh _ _ _ .10
were fortunate in securing prizes. As I'
(' Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mrs. W. H. Arnold Mrs. May Mrs. Pfann, Mrs. T.V.. the hour f,r unmasking approachedthe Shoe Polish1 12 tb Sack Pillsbury Flour __._ .50 Ballard's Graham Flour __ _ .10

Mrs M. A. Sawyer, Mrs. J. W. Evans, Ellis Mrs. Paulk, Mrs. Dale Mrs. ladies gathered in the upper hall Outfit 24 Ib Sack Roller King Flour __ .95 Ballard' Edible Bran ____ _ .20

j la Miss Alberta Hopson Mrs. Robert Thomas, Mrs. Eugene Johnson. Mrs. nnd instructed the gentlemen to each 'I 12 Ib Sack Roller King Flour_ .48 Breemen't Egg Noodle __ .05
) Glover Mrs. W. W. Saunders Mrs. Carson Farmer Claan Compact u'
j % f H. W. Morrow Mrs. John R. Bronson Mrs. Cadel Mrs. Joe Jeffords secure a peanut, which were suspended I Peck Irish Potatoes _____ _,_ .30 Puffed Wheat -_________ __ .12
Mrs. J. W. Miller Mrs. from the banister Always Ready
l Mrs. C. N. Paver, Mrs. C. W. Goetha, Witherspoon, Mrs. J. M. GardnerMrs. upon doing so, it was by found strings that, and the ForLW53r 7 Cam Baby Pet Milk ______ .25 Sunshine Soda Crackers u _'_ .04

Mrs. J. Burckhalter Mrs. S. J. Sou f Burt Brunhoeffer, Mrs. Van Buren other end of the string was in posses- r wr4J .". P Cans Vienna Sausage ____'_ .45 Battle Creek Corn Flake.h h_ .07

i der. M isses Etta and Lucy Witherspoon. sion of one of the ladies, thus pleasantly eftsa 1 Can Tuna Fish __________._ .07 3 Package Port Toaitici _h_ .25
* C=
MRS. BARBER ENTERTAINS .C.TUCKERSEARS arranging partners. A delicious .a. cwawr..t 2 Can Premier Shrimp ____ .25 3 Package Jello Powder* __ .25

Mra. W. I. Barber was hostess on Mrs. J. Wade Tucker and TEA Mrs. W. I buffet luncheon was served in the lin- I :J...._ .y.1L a rTI':": ..': :J Can Chili Con Came ____._ .25 2 Package Sulphur _____h_._ .05

last Friday entertaining a few neighbors J. Sears entertained on Thursday afternoon orated ing room in, which Hallowe'en was attractively dec- . M... air Sl.a; :3 Can Asst. Soup u'"_____ .25 2 Package Epsom Salt ___ ___ .05
at a cycle tea. The ladies all a motif, includ- EDt.u. '
,\ brought their fancy "work and spent at the home of Mrs. Tuckeron ing yelow daisies and candles masked -- ....-.... _- ............. 1 Can Corned Beef Hash ____ .10 lOc: Bottle Carter Oil ____ 0 _._ .06
Emmett street, being one of the with jack o-lantcrs. About 1 Can Cooked Brains ___ __ .20 "Saniflnsh" _
a pleasant afternoon. Delicious refreshments teas thirty : :i:;-eSCS-k.T-.wkta, u.r r_ n ---- ------ '_ .25
of salad, punch and wa- many given for the Children'sHome guests enjoyed the occasion. 1 Can Tripe and Milk uu__ .20 3 Cakes Toilet Soap ___h__ .10
Society of Florida. See JOHN S. PENNELL
fers were served. Several selections 2 Cans Corned Beef ______._ .35 3 Cake Castile Soap ___ .10
Mrs. Barber's on the Victrolawere Just received this morning a line SOS Bermuda A..... P. O. Box 652 Uh'
8. Cadel, Mrs. H.guests M. Breaker were Mrs.Mrs.J. enjoyed during the afternoon. of the nobbiest hat shapes of the 1 Can Pink Salmon ________,_ .10 ; 1 Pint Grape Juice __u_0_ _ .20 )

' .Tom Ellis, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson Mrs. I Painty refreshments of sandwiches season. Some with inlaid gold lace 1 Can Red Salmon ___ nn__ .12 3 Pkg Mince Meat h_ _0 u_ .25
8. E. Gardner, Mrs. L. H. Ingram macaroons and tea were served the and fur-trimmed edge. The whole- Your 1 Can Green Lima Bean ____. .10 No.2 Tomatoes --______ __ .08
Mrs. Kenneth Butler, Mrs. E. E. Nau- guests who were: Mrs. N. C. Bryan :' sale houses have given me special BodyProtests 3 Can Small May Pea _____ .25 Premier Salad Dressing .10 and .25
+ Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman Mrs. Gay C. priced, so I will
give the
gle. you some 25c Can Sliced Pineapple ..20Baflard' White
U' House Coffee
. Livingston Mrs. E. E. Naugle, Mrs. advantage in prices. I have also some Pancake Flour ____ ,. .10 ___Uh__ .35
GAVE CYCLE TEA M. B. Carson Mrs. B. C. Ansted, Mrs. of the newest fur-trimmed roses and Against Calomel 25c Can Lemon Cling Peaches_ .20 No. :3 Sweet Beet __hh___ .15

Mrs. L. H., Ingram and Mrs. J. Z. L. W. Pilley Mrs. DeWilton' Alderman fancies.-Miss Mattie Bandy. 25c Can Green Gage Plum '___ .20 No. 2 Spinach -__________ __ .10

Roberson entertained at a cycle tea Mrs. M. Tiller Mrs. J. M. Will- Size You have noticed the disagreeably+ No. 2 Can Cherries ________ .18 No. 3 Spinach --____________ .12
son, Mrs. Lewis up all the notable men of effects of calomel that sickening nausea -
on Monday afternoon at the home of O'Bryan, Mrs. E. L.
No. 2 Can Purple Plum __ .18 Table Tumbler Boneleu
Lesley Mrs. K. Florida you can think on the that is characteristic. There is u Herring .10
Mrs S. Johnson no
Roberson. A Mrs. spur
number of ladies C. A.
of the 6 Can Tomato Pulp _______._ .25 Table Tumbler Chipped Beef_ .12
Carson Mrs. S. H. moment, or at leisure for system in
called your tearing
: and enjoyed the afternoon. Bullock Mrs. Fred reason up your
Gilbert Mrs. and mention one who has earned such drastic 1 Bottle Mapeline Extract u'_ .10 Package Date _h__-________ .10
Light refreshments were served. The Eugene Bryan Mis. as a manner.LIVVERLAX
guests invited were Mrs. Farmer John Lee, Mrs. H. Clay Stanford Miss much distinction for himself and his that wonderful 1 Ib Layer Fig UuUu._ .20 Evaporated Peaches, Ib. ___h_ .10
1 Package Seeded Raisins __ .12 Lunch Baskets
Mrs. Breaker, Mrs. Evans Mrs. Tiller, Miss Virginia Tiller, Miss Inez state and done as much real good by vegetable compound is just as useful uh_______ .05

trawdy, Mrs. Zimmerman Kenneth Carson, Miss Sue Watson.HAL.IXWKEN way of high example' and encouragement as calomel for toning up your liver

I'.uller: Mrs. Ragsdale Mrs. Cadel, CCC within the same length of timeas and ridding your system of stagnating -
Mrs. J. M. Gardner, Mrs. Guy Sard- : CELEBRATIONThe the boy Malcolm Miller over in poisons, and it does not make you PURITY QUALITY, PRICESWe

tier, Mrs. Holmes Prather, Mrs. Lesley "Junior Endeavorers" of the Santa Rosa county who last season feel badly like calomel. It is pleas-

;;, Mrs. Barber, Mr. Alderman, Presbyterian: church enjoyed a masquerade -> grew 172 bushels of corn on one acre ant to take with no unpleasant aftereffects Safeguard Your Health and

''i )U*. Brown, Mrs. Naugle. party Miss Helen Perdeu of land. He deserves the medal the Keep it in your home for Your
i C e '. hostess. A* each guest arrived they Governor of Florida will confer upon health's sake. Finance at

OUTING' AT MILL SLOTJQH received jack-o-lantern from the him, and some of these days, if he If LIV-VER-LAX is not entirely

.... A Try pleasant time wa spent atIongb two "..hoats." On entering the hall keep up hi* lick, he 1* likely to be satisfactory, your money will be returned TAYLOR'S CASH STORE
IUD>< on Saturday afternoon In In the dull yellow glow of the light governor of Florida, himself, or may without question. The original .
honor;"of Alien Stockdale' eleventh they raised their lantern and read be, secretary of agriculture in the bean the likeness of L K. Grigsby.

birthday Lunch iwaa ..erred..irnllealtUag the "message from the spook" On president' cabinet at Washingto For sale at 50c' and f 1 by Osceola Phone ;250': r

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:_ lC 3IMMU VALLEY' GAJ tTTijMH j I'' Old papert/for:sale'"at 'tai ,Valley" JNpoffai/ aadttea i dembnat ajaoA' at ',..i rt.!-Bradjr) .ina**) "taken' apartment* question 'you wish answered ,in .writ-' vice will , ; fsome'of 4. ,

't .. '. .no.Iel ... .:U.J;: "1 ,1 j I Gazette office ; .' \ # tl Reed's JBakary! *today and tomorrows' In the..V"lq} ,,Ga etU building! ;, .a,4 lng> and., it will be answered'.to! l :you ,: ; the:' *** ,"Id-JDOY-.nta, f ;

' YuWWLd EnrJ' idk y'.)7"" f :',;,\ Howard ''KaU-spent\Tuesday. 'afternoon '. S.:'L. tupf er'speni>4. Tuesday. ,ln- ;'Tampa Dr.JV. Witherspoon. pastor 'Of personally, ''Come without'preparation ,, and,the opportunity and.pesponstbiHty' t' ,
? ,,1ft'JOiu' dally clothing. Only 4$ and better work'on the part
W. B., HARRIS A K. 0. ,TAWB AQHBW $ia Orlando. .. j *oii business;, the Presbyterian church! ,left; Sunday of.larger A
4-, .
'I' '. \ i midnight>for New Decatur minutes: to'the I lecture. No Introduce o( the church: ,A Cordial invitation j
. i; J Calicoes at 6c and. Union [Percale! See the sport caps for boys and tory exercises only a brief extended to all, and the women are. ; ,
annual prayer.
..,.. .. ... t.. tOO 0. .t. .1 I 6c a yard at F. H. Lawsoh's Alabama, to attend the meetIng "
girls at Stanford of the lynod.: This wilt make the This will Interfere with no meeting especially urged to attend th.'pight 'l'

Dr. M. ft Hick was a visitor tc : W. L Gregory returned last Friday 28th consecutive meeting. he has attended a society or lodge eervice. AC 7:80 service which begins iti.v.n.o'clock. '
The Local Field i i I Orlando promptly the, dismissal will take r
Wednesday afternoon. night, after three' weeks spent. In the synod and the 20th meetIng A black B*tint collar,..faatenlnc' in
Do not miss
place. a single talk.
of which he has been stated clerk.
= II Ask your grocer for "Butter Nut Tampa.Joe The B. Y. P. U. will meet Friday front with a knot and ends, has .t..the, d) w

bread, made by Reed's Bakery. 46-2t Dawson of Orlando, was a business Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dow,; of Lud- night at 7:30 immediately after the back a fril I of lace-ecIcedorpadl.: ., a ;,

"O"O"'O"OOOOOOOOOO. visitor in the city Thursday. dington, Mich., arrived this week to lecture. above and below the collar .t,, the
.. J. McPhatter and R. Childers
were spend the winter. Mr. and 'Mrs. Dow back only. Another black collard.r
business visitors to Orlando Mon- Wednesday in the city. The prayer meeting will be superceded -
: Weather on were winter visitors here two years sign has all around the top a ruffle i. ;,
Report day. Mrs. J. K Conn, of 4iL Cloud, spent ago and liked Kissimmee so well that Wednesday night by this lec- of accordion-plaited .mallne, which "
Majectic Range demonstration at Saturday and Sunday the guest of they returned for another winter. ture.Come and let which rounds at the front. "
tho Bible to-
us study
i Following are dally temperatures Osceola Hardware Store all next Mrs. L.: U. Zimmerman. I They will be located with C. C. Bass gether. A. J. Holt. \ ,

and precipitations as re- week. Ladies don't miss the coffee and and family on Magnolia street. I aLA
ported by Government station GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED
at Kissimmee for the week end- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feathers and tea demonstration at Reed's Bakery Mr. and Mrs. J .S. Shan and sons, THE METHODIST CHURCH

ing November 11: children, of St. Cloud, motored over today and tomorrow.For of Mount Dora, motored to Kissimmep The subject Sunday morning, Reward "Your Quick's Chill Tonic cured my -

Max. Min. Rain to Kissimmee on Sunday. your winter shoes call on Stan- Sunday and spent the day with Mr.I! according to Merit (James and husband of LaGrippe and Fever after 1

Friday n ____ 83 69 reliable shoe' man. and Mrs. Ernest I.. Green Mr. Silas John asking for thrones; the Mas- the doctor' medicine and other remedies
ford the I
The H. C. Stanford has ,
Saturday __ __ 83 57 Company is a brother of Mrs. Green. The many ter's answer). As the Woman's Mis- failed. i

Sunday -- --- 85 58 just received a new supply of Hole- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Boies of Mis- friends of Mrs. Green will be glad to sionary society will observe next weekas LULA C. ROACH, Drifton. Fla. '

Monday __ ___ 84 62 proof hosiery. souri Valley, Iowa, spend Sunday with know that her health is rapidly im the week of prayer the night ser- Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 26*.

Tuesday __ __ 85 62 Mrs. Burt Brunhoeffer, of Indian- Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Boice on their proving.Rev. II . ---'"

-.85 60 Ind. is her mother way to St. Petersburk to spend the 1-. ..
Wednesday apolis visiting -
L. W. Johns, of Fort Meade,
Thursday ___ 86 65 Mrs. Van Buren. winter. S
has been called to the pastorate of .
: Mrs. Slater Reed returned last Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider, oft the Cross Prairie Baptist church and

90000000000000000000000000Fire Saturday evening after a few months uinoyi< 111., ,arrtufcd) last Saturdayto will preach at that place the first Saturday .
in Kissimmee. LEST YOU FORGET
insurance, taxes paid. See A. visit in the North. spend the winter night and Sunday in each ,
E. Drought, New Rivers Buildjng. SOt They are pleasantly located at 120 month. Mr. Johns is a son-in-law of
... I Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lancaster -
Brack street.
Mr. R. C. Partin, one of our leading
J. E. Gilbert, of Hemando, spent on Wednesday, November 10, '

Sunday in the city.R. a ten pound daughter. Canova can give you a $650.00 mo- farmers and fruit growers.

H. Purdon, of Ocala, spent Sat tor boat in excellent condition for a Just received this morning a line i
The Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Brock .
I Ford Touring Car. Talk quick.H. Cole Co. i
urday in Kissimmee. left Wednesday for Oklahoma, where of the nobbiest hat shapes of the sea- Jewelry

M. M. Stewart, of St. Cloud, spent they will live in the future. i H. Harper was taken to Orlando son." Some with inlaid gold lace and '
The wholesale
r .trimmpd
. Saturday in the city.B. Wednesday where he was oper- IS HEADQUARTERS FOR + t1
Just received lot of staple and ated on at Dr. McEwan's hospital. houses have given me special prices,

D. Heirs, of Gainesville, spent domestic dry goods and notions. F. Reports from the hospital 'state that so 1 will (give' you the same advantage a

'. Monday in Kissimmee.C. H. Lawson, Rivers building.M. he is getting along nicely. j in price. I have also some of Christmas Gifts j

the newest fur-trimmed roses and ,
C. C. Carleton, of Plant City, spent E. Stephens, freight agent for' Mrs.! L. U. Zimmerman will have a fancies.-Miss Mattie Bandy.

t i Monday in Kissimmee. the Atlantic Coast Line in Kissimmee, china exhibit at St. Cloud tomorrow LISTEN FOR WHAT WE WILL
O. C. Darling, of Conneujt, Ohio, : .
O. A. Stout, of St. Cloud, was a visitor went to Sanford Tuesday on business. afternoon, similar to the one held
I arrived last week to spend the winter i SAYLATER
in Kissimmee on Friday. Mrs. J. M. Cochrane, Mrs. H. W. here several weeks ago. The ladles
here. lIe was accompanied by his i
M. A. Clark attended of St. Cloud are cordially invited to
i Morrow and Mrs. -
t Today and tomorrow Ja and coffee niece, Mrs. Eva Fuller, and her little I
the W. C. T. U. convention at Or- attend. ,
at Reed's Bakery.G. .
demonstration daughter. They are located at Mr.Darling's ,.1
lando this week.A. Mr. L. U. Zimmerman invited a few
winter home, 1017 Emmett
Huppel, of Orlando, was a business -
visitor in the city on Monday. C. Smith, of Kissimmee, came up friends in to spend the afternoon on street. This is Mr. Darling's fifth COLE JEWELRY COMPANY !
of last week. Tea, sandwichesand
Friday winter in Kissimmee and he states
from that city to visit his sister Miss ,
and Mrs. Lee McLeod, f't
Born, to Mr. wafers were served. Mrs. RHJTS-
N. K. Smith, for a few days.-Orlando that three or four other families of
on November 9th, a ten-pound boy. Reporter-Star. dale, Mrs. Prather and Mrs. Butler his section in Ohio are expected to ar-I| ,

Majectic Range demonstration at were the guests. rive here after Christmas. It j ,
demonstration at G
Osceola Hardware Store all next Majectic Range W. B. Alexander, grand state or- be remembered that Mrs. Darlingdied -_
Osceola Hardware Store all next
week.F. ganizer of the Heralds of Liberty, during the past summer and .0000000000..0..0..0..00.0. ..... . .. . ... . . ....
insurance fraternal society, arrived her many! friends will miss her from t't
D. Little, of Narcoossee, was a an
Mrs. S. B, Aultman attended the the' family jcircle. The Darlings had
business visitor in the city on Mon- Thursday from Jacksonville and I Cash is King We Sell for Less
W. C. T. U. convention at Orlando will spend several days here organIzing been married over fifty years at the

day. this week. She motored up with Mr. a local lodge. time of her death.
I Nine quarter sheetings bleached Aultman oh Tuesday and returned BETTER LOOK OVER 1
unbleached 28c at F. H. Law- The Mothers and Teachers Liter- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
SOc; Thursday.Mrs. .
r i son's. ary Social Club will hold their reg- Sunday morning. The pastor, Dr. Than To Overlook '

Ruth Smith and Mrs. H. A. ular social meeting at the Chapter Holt, will speak on Visions and Rev-

I Attorney Cary D. Landis of De- Harrell, of Mount Dora, motored over House Friday, November 19. The elations. 2 Cor. 12ff. Sunday OUR STOCK r.

Land, was a business visitor in the to Kissimmee Tuesday and spent the hostesses will be Mrs. W. B. Makinsonand night( on "The Thorn in the Flesh." 2 4

city on Monday. day with their friend, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. J. A. Hewins. Co,4. 1217. .
of the Manhattan hotel. THE FAMILY STORE: :
Beginning Monday, Nov. 16, 6:45
tho p.
Canova is at City Dock to give Mrs. George; W. Persons will return -
m., the pastor will begin a series of
Let The ladies of the Christian church
public the benefit of his today from Savannah, Ga., where
him help you out.- will give a home talent comedy en- she has been visiting her parents.She gospel talks, each to last just 45minutes I Knox Hats $2.00 and $3.00 ;'
to close at 7:30 m. :
titled "The Microbe of Love, this will be accompanied by her mother p.
I Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud, Monday night, Religion. Generically. -
was among the prominent visitors in month. Watch for the date and come Mrs. J. R. Mallette, who will spend Lion Shirts $1.00 and $1.50

have a good laugh. several weeks visiting her.S. .
the city on Monday. Tuesday night The Bible. Its inspiration .

"Butter Nut" bread is better bread. L. Leupfer, Earl Lupfer, T. L. and author.
James A. Van Voest, of Schenectady ,
N. Y., is at the Graystone hotel Reed's Bakery makes it. Aak your Curry, T. N. Clark J. M. Willson, Jr., Wednesday night. The Church, organically Saturday Special I ) "

for the winter season. grocer for it. 46-2t Roma Thomas and Dr. A. J. Holt were :: : ;

among those who went to Orlando Thursday night. The church its ,
.. Fine beef, pork amd. mutton for Red Maguire, Ernest Hanor, Clar- last night to attend a meeting of history. SOc Shirts Latest, Pattern.. .' ,.
dinner at The City Mar- ence Martin and Kenneth Osgood, ofPlant' .: ; '
III '.:, 4, .a your'Sun'day those who the Knights Templar Lodge.C. Friday night. The church; its or- '
44. City, were among
ket, Phone
came up last Friday to witness the C. Hare of the Bureau of Crop I Only 41c
y S. S. Griffin and family, of Orlando, Kissimmee-Plant City football game. Estimates with headquarters in Gain These gospel talks are designed especially '
here the guests of C. for the growth and
spent Sunday esville, arrived here yesterday to development -

W. Griffin and family. New shoes for men, women and spend sever .l days going; over the of the Baptist"' church in Kis- Also Best in Shoes for the '
children; new styles and good fit- rtimmee; but all people are welcomed.The .
Get in touch with Canova at City crop conditions in this county withB. F
ters at the H. C. Stanford Company.Our first two !
will be
subjects .lot de
Hock for your motor boat accessories, E. !Evans, county farm demonstrator. Entire Family .?
new fall goods are now here. nominational. The latter three will j
oil batteries, spark
such as gas, Come in and let us show them to be. Come and bring your Bible, and a '

plugs.L. you.-II. C. Stanford Company.The Coach J. C. Howard, of the Mana- tablet and pencil. Write out any I At 50c to $5.50

G. Tindall, Nat HUBS and J. M. for the tee High eleven, passed through the . . . . . . . ;
subject Sunday morn- ---------- ,
Monday city last night en route to Jacksonville
Mont doca, of Whittier, spent
ing sermon at the Christian church Important to Citrus Gro..eraOne
in Kissimmee attending to business will be "The Social Teachings of Je- to take in the Georgia-Flori3 Milion Citrus Trees. WATCH FOR OUR AFTER SUPPER SPECIAL

matters. sus." At night the subject will be, game today. He will be joined by Write postal today for valuable in- SATURDAY, NOV. 13th ;
H. E. Freeman and W. N. Harris at
Chambray, 37 inches,.. wide, 15c "What is Man that Thou Art Mindfulof formation as to Citrus Trees. Im-
Kissimmee. The latter two coach the THE FAMILY STORE
quality, at only' lOc a yard. F. H Him ?" Plant City and Kissimmee High portant to you whether you wish to in \

Lawson, Rivers Bldg. Arrange with Canova at City Dock 'elevens respectively. Howard and buy or not. Largest Citrus Nurseriesin KISSIMMEE,, FLA. 116 BROADWAY
Florida on Sour Stock. Welikit
S. Summerlin was in the city Tuesday for your duck hunt. Season close at Harris are Georgia graduates while
Nurseries Fla.
Leesburg, 44Uanl
en route to his home in Jackson- hand Freeman i is an ex-'Gator.-Tampa l

ville after visiting his ranch on the Tribune. .
Rev. and Mrs. Chisholm will I leave --- -- --- - --- ----

Kisaimmee prairie. Monday for the state convention of Mrs. George Millard and Mrs. M. i-I = i

j Manville Chambray, linen finish, 10 the Christian church to be held at Mugger will entertain the membersof

cents a yard at F. H. I-awson's, Rivera Miamt Nov. 16, 17, 18. Rev. Chisholmwill the Royal Reighbors and friends .1

i I Bldg. deliver an address on "Florida's ,at the home of Mrs. Munger on Mab-

Need of the Plea of the Disciples of ette street next Monday evening.The :.
f visit-
who has been
Cal McCaughen,
Christ." Hart Memorial Chapter, Am- SATISFACTORY
ing in St. Louis, Kansas City and EVERYDAY SERVICEThat H
erican Woman's will hold 1-
E. R. Smith and League, a
other points for several weeks, returned Mr. and Mrs.

to Kissimmee on Sunday. daughter, of Wayland, Mich., arrived special meeting at the Chapter House

i i t. l this week to .spend the winter Saturday afternoon, November 13thto

Old papers for 'household use fore here. They have taken apartmentswith elect a delegate to the Florida Federation
sale at the Valley Gazette office, 20 of Women's Clubs. Members
** Mrs. E. E. Wells in the Gray- feeling of security which one should have in purchasing
cents a hundred. Mr. Smith will be please come promptly at 3:30 as a
stoen Annex. em-
.. the popular phar- Cycle Tea will be held at 4 'oclock at drugs is always experienced by our customers. It is most gratifying ,, ito
1 R. Q. Richards, ployed at the Griffin garage.
macist at the Palace Drug Store, returned the Chapter House.-Elizabeth Ault- us to note this, for it proves that our untiring effort. to providethe -

Tuesday from Lakeland, wherehe Mrs. C. A. Will, of Lakeland, stop- man, Secretary. best of service and the purest goods, have had the'desired effect.If .
ped off in Kissimmee for a few hours
t was called by the illness of rela- visit with her husband Wednesdaywhile F. W. Brady, who has been travel- you will trade with us, we feel sure that our exemplary service a

tives.J. en route to DeLand to visit Mr. ing through North Carolina an the will inspire in you this same feeling of security and cause you to

C. Cadel! spent several days this Will's parents. Mr. Will is here for representative of the Piedmont Tobacco become a regular customer.Let .

week in Arcadia and Bartow attend- several days being associated with W. company of Danville Va., has us be your family drugggist. '
for the Consolidated of the arrived in Kissimmee to make this
ing to busiess A. Smith in the sale bankrupt I
Title company, of which he is localmanager. Smith Shoe Company stock. city his home. Mrs. Brady !has been

living here for some time. Mr. and I
Sam G. Ragsdale, of the Palace -

E. B. Clark and family who live in Drug Store, took the Dixie Theater PlIes Cured In 6 to 14 Day

PineWle, preparing to move soon orchestra to Orlando Wednesday af- rear drvrslot! will refund money if PAZO I
OINTMENT kill to cure any cax of Itching PHONE 41 PHONE 41
, to Knoxville, Tenn., where they have ternoon in his automobile to play a BII....BtadinDT Pn>tMldla.Hltm In 6to l{data.
I The nnt.pplic>U ., traded for property. Their many concert at the Lucerne Pharmacy
friends here will regret to see them which Mr. Ragsdale owns and which APR -<-
leare is managed by J. D. Woodbeck, for- NATIONAL COMMISSION CO. ,

Mitts E. M. Zimmer of St. Cloud, merly of this city. Mr. Ragsdale ia B ..... at. JMkaraTllIc. Florida. "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE" . tl.'
r Orlando taste of Ida io- WHOLRHAL.U DBAL.HRHFrmttm ( .. ,
giving : cep
Monday en a .
, s passed through th' dty Km** '
Zimmer t.'t I t. date method and from, reports the Tour shipment:eo."r.:4It. on a basis i I Wfcei fa Orlandobit tie Lucerne Pharmacy "* + t..
route to ,,Lakeland. that will net you satisfactory reault, ..
t.. people! there showing .. I .. '
S one 'of UM famous Zlmmer sisters, are an appreciation Each Shipment acknowledged. R-1 t.
' here IB musical in their patronage of the Lucerne nabla Information.' Prompt)I IWM1TH I. ;
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; PACE 1: '" -- -t I ,,, *:* :THE' ; KISSIMMEE. ,VALLET;',GAZETTE .. IT. NOVEMBER( ,, '''Y" '

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and of the National ..Wat Oiak' 'IM,Uet lilt,lltal' 'f
i News FLORIDA LEADING IN duatry, expert: > >
rriT Ocala; M, F. Hetherlngton, : :, Bvea&M 01 its tomki and uuuM*.e -t. IUULa.1V'Qralnla i
; CHAUTAUQUA t PROGRAM Lakelanet ROAD REPORT SOUGHTBY GOOD ROADS MILEAGE Department of Agriculture will be j lvK 8&0110 Ot11M1NJC Is or4ta...," .
lo-. act ._
brought to Tampa to five lectureaand deS cause m- set'
A. McCleJlan Me.i ,
Legi.laUon-G \ i1erf.g I. bosd. _'" . ..
': HAS BEEN COMPLETED i I'tropoUs, Jacksonville; B. E. Prevatt, HIGHWAY OFFICER Washington, D. .C.-A bulletin jut advice on subjects of importance inoh Jut u.e '"' &are. :'V"", oloTaL'SJitj, J '

: I DeLand; W. A. Russell News, Palat- Issued by the Department of Agriculture -I to cattle breeders.. --------:

'ka. tell of the splendid progrea in ,, -
; FINE LIST OF ATTRACTIONS SECURED Arbitration and Grievances-Harry SECRETARY OF CENTRAL HIGHWAY I highway construction that ha been Waycross, Ga.-Dr. J. fa. Latlmer, .
ASSOCIATION ASKS of the council had an operation Theodore DeschnerGUNSMITH
member city ,
FOR WINTER ARTISTS'FESTIVAL L. Brown, Record, St. Augustine; R. made in Florida: ,
TO BE HELD IN J. Holly, Herald, Sanford;! W. B. DATA ON ROADS BUILT OR BEING | Florida, the department report performed to remove a

-, KISMMEEWORLDFAMOUS Powell, Sun, Clearwater; C. S. Emerson BUILT IN THIS SECTION has 2,625 mile. of surfaced roads, 6 birdshot from between his NO'j'
.. _
C. llth sad Flariaa A*
: t PERSONAGES TO APPEAR News, Ft. Pierce; T. E. Fitzger- OF STATE-OSCEOLA SHOULD I while other southern states have lea The shot enetered his arm over '

: HERE. ald, Gazette-NewBT Daytona. GET BUSY_ AT ONCE./ mlelage, as follow: teen years ago and had never troub- I ST. CLOU. FLORIDA
I led him until it worked between his
Memorials and l Resolutions-Frank Arkansa*-1,085 miles. .
The Rev. W. B. Witherspoon of the E. Harris, Banner, Ocala; Lew B. In order that a highway: map may Louisiana-697 mile ringers\ so that he was unable to move ---- -

Presbyterian church, has furnishedthe Brown, Independent, St. Petersburg:; be Issued for the benefit\ of travel.ra,1 I I Mississippi-1,800 miles. them.

Valley Oazette with the following D. L. Irvin, W. Palm Beach Secretary Dickie of the Central Highway !I[ Oklahoma-500 miles IRA BEST ,
'I forms three
Irish collar
An point
communication received by him from The executive committee of which Association. wants reports from I New Mexico-900 miles.
I tabs, is turned over, leaving a Architect and Builder ;
I the various counties on the road built square "
the Southen Chautauqua System, Col Clarence E. Woods of Eustis is Florida has 17,945 miles of public M
| 1850 of fishus, I
Modest styles
T V front.
or being built In a letter to the \ alley -
which will furnish the program for chairman, will hold a meeting within f,>ads and the surfaced highways in ESTIMATES FURNISHED V:
collars of net daintily
Gazette he arks that be' with turnover I .
the Winter Chautauqua und Artists' the next few weeks and arrange for 403 VERONA
: | II I the state constitute 14.6 per cent of have ruffle of voileor 45tf
embroidered, a
Festival. to be held in Kissunmee this I dates of the annual 'session of the given to the plan. This activity the state's! total mileage The depart- ST.'J
i should Osreola net with a lace edge. .
cause county people
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winter. The letter given the various Florida Press Association, which will merit reports that Florida spent $3- ;l

numbers which will be given as a part be held at Kissimmeo Mr. Woods to see the necessity of taking some 4.riO.OOO\ in road building in 1914. GIVE "SYRUP OF )HGS" DR. J. A. TROVILLION ;,;

of the chautauqua here It IH as follows will call the meeting upon some date steps looking toward the hard-.urfac- TO CONSTIPATED CHILD Specialist! in 'n\
of the section the has CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS '
ing county j
the members
&'f In : arranging the programs of the agreeable to pledged to the Oixie' Highway Sec- : CATTLE MEN TO MEET I Cure them them without' out. cutting .>

4 it is re-t.nrI'likies\ letter is as follows Delicious\ "Fruit Laxative" can't harm : ORLANDO .
Southern Chautauqua SjhUm '
: 'our aim to place on them ueh talent RED CROSS SEAL BODY This association expects in the near : AT BIG TAMPA FAIR lender Little Stomach, Liver I 33fimoS.ILBUftOCK
and Bowels. I ,
that the towns have no opportunity of future to "get, out a highwamap of I I

t1; hearing, except through our prognma ORGANIZED IN STATE the state of Florida. It"ill be a map I - - -

or by visiting some distant point I of folder oeMgn and the \anous en- I Oflueis und directors! of the South Look at the tongue, mother! If '
--- Flornia Fair whkh Is to be held at coated little one's stomach, liver
We feel that to put common-place !''dorsed highways of this association jour
talent our chautailqua programs Olt'tNlZATHN\ : ( II EA IJE)) in )DR. will, be shown. The high\\a not Tampa February 4 to 12, are planning and bowels] need cleansing] at once.

upon which mean nothing to the CIWOLLI.) \ lit I Nit. OP) JUK- <'nnipl""ted will be shown if they are"h'I"d. to establish. ) a department that will When peevish, cross, listless, doesn'tsleep .
:XONVII> LKMI LI. ('OSlItTI'I I IS'I'A'I'EWI bo devoted to the development of in- eat act naturally, or is fever-
of the but highways that have been or
edification or entertainment I I I IJ L tt \ RF.lK I *%%.......*..mmm....%%.
: local I public\ or such talent, the likeof ,endorsee! and outlined with no pios ciustiial and. other projects in which ish, sour stomach, bad breath; has
A\INS1 TilEE: ( \ l VI l \\lllll.; INSURANCE
which could 1 be heard! locally under! pct of their I'omlng'ompl'II'd will I the* participating' counties are interested sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, "

other auspiiis" would not !h,' keeping l'lA.I'l.; : |hardly I receive i rte'ognition and aid will be given to every give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup -I Examination of Titles a .

with the for "hi, h this, worthy effort to develop the section of Figs," and in a few hours all
\ faith aims intititution K\er\ ioiintshould have a report I
Ilie. membership) eif tin" Keel (,'loss or any part thereof. Details of the the fould constipated waste, undigested -
\ is striving prepared to l le given at t themettmg' I Specialty.
Seal Commission of I''loi' ida, which : plan will be announced later. food and sour bile gently moves out
\ We take pleasure in //I\ ingIieiewith of I the assentation m ( ..iinesille, on
will conduit an nnli t ulx'ic'nlosis I campaign Among the principal conventions to of its little bowels without griping,
\. a few features of our Ul\h\< pro- I lec) ','nilur !Pt*th, so that the other coun- Corresoondenca: Solicited.
'- In addition to theFe there thremghenil the1 state*, was an. I what be held in Tampa during the Fair is and you have a well, playful child r
\rams. I II tics can see their neighbors aredoing
imunced todav by the !National] Asso I that of the Florida cattle men, which again. Ask your druggist for a 50-
NI 1 be other high-ilass talent, all go :, 1 \Ve are led to believe that!
for the studv and pr'v'nlion I' also] will he attended bottle] of "California of
: believe bereatesl elation < by representatives cent Syrup Robert Riedel
what to
j \to make up we I some have been inactive and on account
of tuberculosis, Dr ('arioll 11. I of the which contains full directionsfor
largest meat packing concerns : Figs,
array of celebrated] tal] Frank'i of this lack of road building. !,
south. of Jacksonville, will act us in the country. Concerted efforts babies, children of all ages and for CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
I 1cSt that ever been brought their neighbors may have to be left I
ii U. S Senator T. P. Gore, the eloquent and take charge of the sale of Red out for if a highway cannot traverse I will be made to develop this in- grown-ups. Window and Door Screens, Repair
a.. Cross Christmas seals in Florida. I
blind statesman from Oklahoma. the route picked out, it will mean that I and Cabinet Work. :

I The other officers and membersare : the next good route going around the 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237 '

I Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, former chief : Vice-chairman, Mrs. T. V. Moore, I I uncompleted portion will l tie accepted I Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot

I of the Bureau of Chemistry, and not- Miami; Dr John I P. McKae, Tampa; Each newspaper in the state should NATURES SOIL BUILDER

I ed advocate! of the pure food laws Mrs. Thomas M. Sharkleford Tallahassee jog their cities and counties along, C. F. THRASHEK ;

I Strickland Gillilan, America's fore- ; Secretary, Mrs. Walter P. so that those acquainted with road
Blowers Ground Limestone makes acid soils SHEET METAL WORKER
1 most humorist and logical successor Corbett, Jacksonville; treasurer, )Fred conditions may be prepared to
prop- swe t. It releases potash salts and imparts
to Mark Twain. Gillilan has repeat- W. Hoyt, Jacksonville Members erly set forth facts at the conventionto Steel I Ceilings a Specialty
; strength vigor to growing crops and trf"es.Blowers' .,
edly appeared on the program with W. M. Johnson, Gainesville; Dr. R. H!. be held In Gainesville next month. limestone ground unusually fine _ 'Phone J4I-R Klaatminaa. Flw

I! the president of the United States McGinnis; Dr. Paul C. Terry, Jack- Other plans] are under way to make readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities s

:; Dr. F. Q. Brown, of Iowa University s onville; Dr. J. Y. Porter, Jr., Key this meeting a most successful con- -can he applied at any time-is

travel lecturer and brilliant ora West; Mrs. William Mocker, Ocala] ; vention and within a few days we inexpensive. Write for literature and prices. DR. W. W. CARSON

_ _
Dr. S. R. Mallory Kennedy Rabbi
tor. ; expect to be able to announce the Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co DENTIST
Karl Jansen, the Sweed, from the William Ackerman, Pensacola; Miss program for this occasion.

Land of the Midnight Sun, In deman- Kate V Jackson; W. S. Brorein; Dr. Very sincerely] yours, BozK3O8OcaIaFlorida3N Olttce over Pilley Building
OWlce Hours S-II 1-t
strations of the Swedish system of Louis A. Size Tampa. L. P. DICKIE, Office' Phone 161 Residence 'Phone If
In of for the seal Gaa Admlnlatcred for Extraction of
physical culture and Swedish enter speaking plans Secretary. -- Teeth

sale Dr. Frink said "We -
tainer. : are planning ,

The Mozart Quintette, an excep- to put Red Cross seals on sale Divorces increased 100 per cent in EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN I

tional company of Austrian artists,- in every city and village in the stateso Philadelphia last year. five thm A Blx Month' Special' Course T. M. RIVERS M. D.

one of the finest musical organizations that everyone will be given an opportunity at the TAMPA BUSINESS COI-I-KOK and PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I
ha them for life We train II
you TO njulpprd
that have visited America. They are to participate in this health I
m Women make 32 per cent of the mora young* people aa bookkeeper bank Office
t the seals letters era. atenearaphra and office clerka and over Osceola Pharmacy
; elaborately costumed in colonial dress. campaign by using on shoes in this : "'
worn country. put them Into rood o.ltlon. than any Phonet Re at
: The Gilbert Shorter Players, a very and packages."The 1 I, other two colleges In FloridaWe have Office I U.CEO.FPAR.

high-class company of dramatic and need for a campaign against There large atone bulldlna with dormitory
are 9,412,642 wives under 16 tii"a on the second floor We have ...-
musical artists, who have come to us tuberculosis is shown by the fact that years of age in British India. lon Day and Night All the Year and require -

from a twenty-eight weeks' engagement more than one out of every eight no entrance examinations. Private ER
help to backward atudenta TUB
in the North. They will be one deaths in Florida is caused by this Princess Mary of England receives BEST SCHOOL. F<'rl. BUSINESS ANI ATTORNEY.ATLAWCollections

of the most pleasing features of th. disease, according to the best esti- of 200 letters L. M. IIATTON SUCCESS. Catalogue and Fine Penman- i
average a day. ail I p free to those Interested 'Writ today.
program mates. If we had complete death statistics M. Accts., President and Conveyance ,'

The Alpine Singers and Yodlers, for the entire state, the figures Greed Crmtrml aad A'" Specialties
: ". 'Wearing their native costumes, playIng might prove even more startling. MAN IS E..... A...... p'yuJA 111 1-f Broadway

t/' upon genuine Alpine instruments "When we realize that tuberculosis I Tampa, Ftm. III 4'
''tt and singing their world-famous folk is a preventable and a curable disease, PHONES 447e4HM ... 0 F. KRIBBS W. J. STEED ; ,

,i and yodle and warbling songs. we know that the Florida] rate of one I! .. .
Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself KRIBBS &: STEED
Mae Shumway Enderly] soloist and death out of every eleven from all Restored After His Physi.

most unusual dramatic reader, playing causes among white people and one cians Failed - -- - ATTOHMJYS AT LAW

j r the Irish harp, and featuring a out of every six deaths among the T. A. Lewis, who Fives out Route Legal business of all
on - - - kinds given
- - - - - - -
program of "Wedding Costumes and colored race is altogether] too high 3, Woodstock, Ga., was the victim of rr prompt attention.

-, Customs of the European Peasantry," "Over 230,000 Red (Cross Christmas stomach troubles for a ]long time. lie Offlcen 11 nnd 12 Stale linnk Bide
tried the treatments of doctors. a HIQINI ED
assisted by Mrs A. B. Battm, of Chi seals] were sold! last year. We expect lie tried all sorts of remedies.His many . Klsslmmee. Florida. ,

cago. that, with improved financial condi- sufferings were a serious handicap .
; : Ray Newton, magician and entertainer tions throughout the state, the sale to his work. .

presenting humorous and mystifying this year will reach at least r,00O9.( )( Then he tried Mayr's Wonderful Pat Johnston o. P. Qarrott
Remedy. Just as it always does the .
i4: He elaborate Ninety cent of the proceeds of the' : UN &: GARRETTATTORI'EYATLAW
programs. tarries per first dose proved to him what could Used:) for years by your fathers with never-failing

equipment and showy apparatus -, sale remains in the state to he usedin he done for his ailment. lie took the good results. These home-made materials are U !

C and many animals. Has many spcrial -' the fight against tuberculosis The full)) treatment; then wrote: Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen.
effects made in Europe especially other ten per cent goes to the American 1 "I have taken your wonderful rem : dependable to build up and sweeten your land. Building Bank

,( for' this production. Red Cross" I edy Felt and in four am years feeling better than I have I Ground Bone) Blood and Bone ia Klaalmirfeta, Fl._

"The Yellow Jacket," a Chinese ADVERTISED LETTERS "Your remedy does just what you Guaranteed: Analysis Guaranteed Analysis UU

play, fantastic and fascinat:ng, done claim it will do. Ammonia 4.50rhoiphoric % Ammonia .. lO%
Arsdlae] T. )F Van Arsdale] T. F.
; ; "I tried several doctors, but they
in a Chinese manner, by Dr. )Frederick Aci.l. 22% Phosphoric AC'id. 11% DR. M. J. HICKS
Ball, Mrs. G. C.; Bronson, W. I.; Bur- did me no good. I am glad that I I
;; Poole, in gorgeous costumse. Dr have found your wonderful yemedy/ a Natural Plant Ftxxl Real Blood and Bone
rows, Geo. W.; Corbett, J. M.; Glover -
Poole also presents his wonderful I have recommended it to some of U Not Steamed Dried Blood PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

moving picture lecture on "Pictur- Mrs. Tomothy; Hill, Jerry; HofTer, my neighbors who need It." Not Acidulated Raw Ground Bone II Office State Bank
Jacob Johnson, Miss Iviling Jones, Wonderful Building
; ; Mayr a Remedy gives
Nque Panama and the Canal All Ammonia Preserved Not Tankage UN Phon a: Office 41Realelenc
J. II. Jones Miss Daisy) Moore, Benjamin permanent results for stomach, liver
; ; .
.: Consider the above list It is a and mtustmal ailments. Eat as much Phe-sp'ierie Acid Absolutely Untreated UI I
McDonough, L Rouse,
challenge to the brains and artistic ; ; and whatever you like. No more distress Available hut in Quick Availability UU I

talent of any community. M"tr Carrie; Kunion Edward; Williams qfter eating, pressure of gas in Alkaline Form Steady Supply UI
_ _ Andrew; Wilson! Mrs Eliza- the stomach and around the heart. : J. W. THOMPSON
Write for Prices IU
Get bottle of druggist
4 beth. one your now
COMMITTEES APPOINTED B B. SIMPSON, and if not try satisfactory it on an absolute money guarantee will be re Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. U U: FUNERAL DIRECTOR j

Postmaster turned. U Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers andLICENSED

: Executive Committee Will U I
Meet Soon .- - -- Jacksonrille. Florida
__. to Arrange for KUnlmmeeMeeting. -. .- EMBALMER

r c UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK ar. U . R .t.g.; U U . . . _ :II I Store and Chapel, Stewart Are.KUa4rnma .

., Fla. .
i: Chris. O. Codrington. president of ,I

the Florida Press Association, an- DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED A",

nounces the appointment of the) following Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. M. Bryan, Vice.Pre*. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.1 rea P. A. Van Agnew W. B. Crmwfor*
i -f
standing committees
Executive-Clarence E. Woods, "Dodson'i Urn Tom" Will Cleu Your Your druggist or dealer Boll you a : .l.
- I CO cent bottle of Doelson' Liver Tone .
Lake Region Eustis S. J.
Triplett "
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K Sluggish, Um Better flu' Calomel under my personal guarantee that it Office: 8-4-6-6 Citizen Bank
Tribune, St. Cloud; W. B. Harris, Val-
will clean' sluggish liver better than Building .
Gazette Kissimmee Will M. Tra- lid Cal Mot Saitoh.GaJotnel i
; nuty calomel; it won't make you sick KlMlmmaa, FloriA. ,:

l er, Home Seeker, St. Augustine; T. malcea' you sick; you lo e. a and you can eat anything you want ,

; C. Merchants, Enterprise Recorder, day'a work. Calomel ia quicksilver and without being aaliTated. Your druggist I '

It It"V i Madison; president, vice-president it Mtlivatee' ; calomel Injure your liver. guarantee that each spoonful will start Bryan Realty Company

; and secretary, ex-offlcio members. "\., II you are billows; feel lazy, sluggish your liver4' clean your bowel and LEWIS OBRYANATTORNEY.AT4w J-

ItM Constitution and By-Laws-Gilbert and all knocked out, If :your bead bowels ache. are straighten you up by morning or you Offices On Broadway, Kissimmee, '
constipated and your orrtomach ,
get back. Children gladly Waring j4 -
D. Leach, Commercial, Leesburg; J. is sour, 'lust take a spoonful of take your Dot money on'. Liver Tone because it ispleasant Opposite Graystone Hotel

\ H. Reese, Reporter-Star, Orlando; E harmless Dod_ Liver Ton inateexl tasting and doesn't
gripe or
of using iekoning, ..aallvatin' calomel.
D. Lamhbrlght Tribune
Tampa. or make them sick.
Dodoo'. Liver Tone U real liver' medicine. cramp When In Nexd of
if? Membership Wayne Thomas, You'll bow It next morning because I am selling million of bottle..>>f VETERINARY S 1JGEOfca11 a (

i ) Courier., Plant City; L. W. Traer, you wtU wake up feeling fine, Dodaon'. Liver' Tone to people who have ForA.F.RICIIMOND

Time, Melbourne; Mr*. C. V. 'S. Wllon. your and liver divaine will be working gone, your, your stomach headache found tnedlcine that take this pleaaant the place, vegetable of dangerou, liver 0.Grewa.. Timber I Md. We Pay Taxes fee No-ire!. P."

k Times, Saraaota. I will be sweet. and bowel regular. You calomel. Buy one bottle oa my ouad, Cattle Ranch, Country.... Wants sad Act Ow.."* Hera** cirppe" tl and .u*. .'
.'. Finnc A. K. Wilson Tribune, I will feel like _It.... You'll be eaeer- reliable guarantee. Aak yoor diuggist thy Property AgeU I er Rental Pr ptrty. r\;
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: A BEAUTIFUL FROCK.mart Fe ODD BITS OF NEWS automobile 'with his remaining% hand '.1 7

e two miles to get surgical aid. 'Hi !
Cookery Goo l ......... . . . .... .. ..... ,
: For Afternoon Wear/ arm was. cut off by .an ensilage cut.

All ,Through ths. Autumn, .. I Altoona Pa Unable to speak ter. KNOWN FOR QUALITY ;

. . above a whisper for four yean, Miss -'I j

points form Mollie. Frisch an invalid from pulmonary Philadelphia Fa_"There are ns.7om,! ''orde..NOW'' for'. :( ,
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troubles, awoke from a dream 1 r/(1IJ'1(
wheels in head ** said .SEED. RUTA '
in which she thought aha approacheddeath my a Marlton TURNIP ': :./I-i
II J I N. J., man tuI"the head physician at BAG. COLLARD QNION, ,I"I
and found that she could speak '
also ONION
Camden N. J. The SEED .
Cooper hospital, ,
She declares she i is '
perfectly again. SEED RYE. SEED OATS
Eat Seasonable Foods. The Visiting Card. physician examined the ma '. ear and
half so going to get well. RAPE* GARDEN BEANS 'I
There Is probably nothing
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No matter how carefully we may found twenty-three small wriggling PEAS. POTATOES, Etc. r .'
the bit of while
baffling a* Innocent
have lived throughout the winter,every objects which were identifiedby
one feels wort* or less the laanltudw of cardboard called by common courtesy Greenport L. I.--After hiccoughing netomologist as the larvae Our FALL SEED CATALOGUE ,I
cord. It Ix more' an .. '
the \ltrltlntf
persounl li ready it gives full
the early spring days and although for ten months Cortland: Brooks
of The had been '
often anything but a \'l lllnl; slid. bile a fly. man sleeping description, prices, etc. It ,
the inclination l he toward sulphur
HIM dead his home here. When he I
lug fallen Into dubious uses us n IIKMIUII is at on the ground and it is thought a will be a pleasure to mail you
and molasses or Home patent medicine,
I of sending rpgrvtit apologies| niul IIItroduC"lI"u" began to hiccough he was taken to n female laid the eggs which were one on tequeat.
there Is no doubt Unit the commonsense
ff or of repreeutbug. tin hospital and put in a plaster, but\ continued hatched by the body heat.
thing/ to do is to change our cagtomarj \ '
food! luibils and introduce more sender herself It 'II< 8
a card much easier thou /Ruin unwell Ph diagnosed his malady and
> suians as Etc. Conker's
I foods.Unfortunately
seasonable Have planted oats or ,
you any ryo
or writing n note. It l III just toricct 3
tuberculosis of the bpi '
In sections lie.Dunhury I Pratt's Remedies
many to make winter pasture ? Cover a
enough to let one out of n sit nut I Ion crops
there In n netwe<>n times month when f i qj,
i! without criticism but there In no Mir' also prevent plant food from leachingwith

tbe winter egetablcs and fruits are I I plus courtesy A cord. like dnrl', ,. Conn.-With his right the winter rains, and furnish j Write for weekly Price List 1 a /
jaded and tbo spring products are forced and Catalogue. ,
covereth n multitude of sot till Mn*. arm Hovered near the elbow and the green. manure for spring{ crops \'
nUll In
consequent prohibitive
Hut since cards are a neoi KSHM' ei'\II. :
price Hut grapefruit can be obtained \ E A. MARTIN SEED co. !
or blessing. If you choose to cull 111111\\ i ,
almost at small cost,
anywhere '
oranges so, It Is well to know "hll. I..* 1 I 2O-J Kant Bay Street, "
at this time.
are always Inexpensive I
| solutely correct.Tlicre are t itiiiH: cranberries, with their wonderful acid\ J I f
In cards from season to 8 us
are still In season nild lemons which cord) 11c S.
stationery, but the conm-r\ R. FLOYDDealer I
Invaluable be used ad libitum
) are can t docs not change In essential I It t should
Apples, too, can be obtained, and for old .
be engraved either In sulpt or 1I ; "
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the housewife who has been so I In h
tunate English lettering and should boar null I
provident to buy her spring apples I the name of (lie owner the ndiliiss I

In. the mltlwlnl'r. If desired and the nt home If When you buy. .
There is on old proverb which runs follow such n cuHtoin day A uun' "u"\\ Groceries Hay, Grain and Feed I ..... ,

like this "Kat onions In \May\ no doctor '. ,4
woman uses \Mrs mid! her .husband H ,, :
to pay" Tills applies\ not only to full name on her tailing ( iird If u I Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. BREADAsk .

onions but to lettuce, spinach and. In I widow Mm., her mnldon< <'hrhtllo' :\ ; ;
fact, all the green fools I that begin to name an<<<) the surname of leer Us Your Next Order For Feed
appear about !March 1 If choice Is to husband An unmarried \\ "11I"" IINCHMini Try on for the BEST ( ;

be made l l..t"1\ n |K>rterhouse steak and her Christian names \\ rill in \ {

for dinner and no green salad and Reef d\ out, no Initials If she In I ho cull-MI| | | We make it. ; .1\

stew' with salad. 1 IIOOKO the latter every member of her family, and there Is no ,

time It will lx argued that the nutriment !- danger of confunion. she may use just O. K. ;' : t

Is the sniuc and as fur as the the Miss uud her .", rUlIlDe. .\ hush( ,mil, ,

meat Is concerned It Is. But the porterhouse 1 I and wife may hnve u joint slid tot E.

steak does not hmo the mln use In sending gifts. regrets orlU E d\',

erals that the salad contains. antI after nounclng change, of ro..lden<.o Otherwise I
It Is eaten the whole hud will\ ) not feel It Is safer for a man nnd\ wife w

as light, buoyant and as generally sat : to use separate cards Never make the '

Isfled as when the salad accompaniestbe I' mistake of lining a business card for .

I meatAs to the salad dressing let It be !i social purposes. I f1effert's! Trowel Brand lime t M. : rT

' very .simple preferably of olive oil cut About I Invitations.,
Both Good and Real ( i 1
I by lemon,Juice or IColIve oil Is too expensive Note of Invitations to dinners Dependable

with corn or peanut oil, which dances, "at homes" garden parties, ...._..... ; 0:,'
11 can be obtained at one-third the price. 1- IDEAL FOB CiLLIWO. etc' are generally. written III she third Good because it aids fertility, making fruit trees and other Realty

As to tbe denserts. It Is very easy toW This charming gown Is developed In person and must be answered In shnllarstyle. crops much more healthy and vigorous, assuring increased Houses 1 I. ''

>e fruit foundation and so work In ,nary:pussy willow" silk, with"cuffed" Sometime between Intimate' and improved crop yields of the best quality.OisciiibU :.

tbe necwoiary acids l Id a dlaa-ull1t'11IDan. j. skirt and deep embroidered yoke Tbe Meads and' for n small dinner party because of ita purity-analysis nearly 100 percent Taxes ] .

ner, for the family. will balk at medic simple long sleeved bodice has a georgette the note of Invitation\ would be written carbonate of hme-and also because produced bya for non-res J '

inal foods If forced to eat them. crape yoke and cuffs I'lease note In the tint person and. of course the concern of twenty-three years' experience. Fire : I ; 1\.1

bow the girdle Is laced wltb a blue reply would be worded accordingly surance. : ; ..I,\

Borne kitchen odors "savory and With this smart frock go white sent by notes written In the first per Hydrated Lime A1'* : r .f!!

appetizing Others are not. Tbe chief topped button boots and a navy velours son. ... .. ... :J'
Rock Lime
culprits are cabbages onions, fish and"boiling felt bat set off with a Jaunty wblte Invitations to dinner or luncheon J'.
There It form of Trowel Brand Lime for
over.Cabbages ." ostrich plume. should always be replied to ss soon as a every purpa.e--.oil
of treatment dust spray.., etc. All are fully guaranteed. .O. ..... \ ;
will not smell If a crust received whether accepted or refused
bread Is laid on the top when they For Dripping Candles I It Is usual to state a reason<< for refusal Older runnel 1 Brand Lime for your grove or field or garden

are boiling Better still, for tbls improves Everybody who has watched candle such as Indisposition/ previous engagement Booklet quote priori. send Lime sample.on Citrus Groves' free. Let us C. W. j U A

tbe cabbages. Is a piece of charcoaL In a draft knows what troublesome etc. |

things dripping candles are From five to ten days' notice Is usually Florida Lime Company, Ocala, Fla. ,

Onions barred In so many homes on If they stand on the dinner table given) when, lIe'ndlnlovllltlons for t. Is Iks irnml' Sub. t>M CMSM, '

account of the odor-a great pity, for they make pools of melted wn on the friendly dinner parties but for a large

onions are blood purifiers complexion cloth that later hardens Hut unlessIt dinner party quite three or four weeks'

beautifiers aril disease pn'venters- Is very carefully removed after it notice Is given so that time Is thus i ;

must IK met with a counter odor Uuv has become absolutely! cold It leaves allowed to ask others should any of Drafting'f

some pondered ce
sprinkle a pinch on the range That's l perhaps forever Guests arrive ten to fifteen minutes Free !! ,
all. And. by the way. If onions are If tbe burning caddies<< stand on in advance of tbe actual dinner\ hour. '

peeled under water or haid under a wooden surface tbe Inconvenience a'' and punctuality Is most Important. The of the

__ running tap they will not smell nor splotches of melted wax, hardeningInto Invitations to 1 balls, dances and gar eyes world ,

:will your eyes smart. fantastic sbal>e8. Is equally] great.. I den parties are Issued on ordinary "at Ctoo .. { .

Fish. are often blamed for tile odorwhich There are little disks l of glass, pierced homo" cards. the form of entertainment t,

really arises from the stale !batter In the center\ with\ a bole the size I provided being written or printedIn #.

or 1 bad I butter If those causes are of the ordinary candle. made, to catchthis tbe left bund, corner of I the curd are on the man who Ask k

absent then sprinkle the top\ of the molting creaseThey. are perhapstwo I I "It. S. %'. P" uienning nn nns\ 'er is
half Inches or three Indiesn !
".. a i
range/ vtlthlu .IIIIlI".rlndb.IIIIIC"/ I exix'cmli does not npiionr so fii'iui-nt| ,
made with elites I
nnd ;
with n layer of saltMic n tr'lnlt Is < ross theyare ly on in\'Hal Ions us formerly but ihciIt I
done ewers I the salt into the fire The slnlit lug/ slightly upward so that they ,, does an answer should be sent tIMI I Ii

suit absorbs nil spluttering of gn'lIseaod sei fc as slllle'erM. I i early as possible.Wh.n j jI
To adjust them slip| them over the I i
t there Is no smell.If .
candle ufh'rt\ In tlrmlHCC nred' in the"awll"MII'k I SAVESAUSE
you have bad l to clean fish, your or else thrust the lower !I You Go Visiting
bands natumlh smell unpleasant Hub fore :! \\hen on a visit to friends It Is essen I II
end of the Hiidle Through them !
them with u little dry mustard II pulling It III hue Mick I I I In I that you make yourself veil :

"Boiling o\tr' might be stopped by They come III several I different designs !I agreeable and full In with the wa.Mj of ,

not filling saucepans and dishes quite -some with scalloped edges. some tbe house HO that you give no extra I s a
fulL I trouble to hostess or servnnts.Visitors .
ao I with a Itctman key engraved as a 1 border -, I Best
1 shake bunus with the host I ;
with\ tiny star sprinkledover
Dandelion Salad. some a for
Fresh dandelion leaves make a delicious their surface They cost from a and hostess morning and night ami can a moment, young man, ;
lie used on do so wltb any other guests that may ,
salad. I'lace the In a large dollar a dozen Ui and can self. The
greens or silver sndlestlcks be staying at the house.Always : give a thought to
of cold water as soon as they come glass
pan leave your bedroom as tidy I
from the market and wash them thoroughly as possible and so nave tbe housemaid problems that confront you now or sP,
Then shake off all\ the moisture For Motorists.Patent
until bottled. food Jars carafes 'snnecessary work. Letters can be I will few hence. Joe E.
and set In a very place asnecessaries written In the bedroom and If the a years .
and accessories are now regarded
To make tbe
ready to serve. I hostess rests after luu,<"h then visitors
place the leaves In a chilled salad bowl by many especially many ,
retire to their room or
own go
cover with chopped I bard boiled egg! a who have automolilles. There luncheonsets are any may for a walk, as they may prefer.On I Look about yon--the mea of affairs in country, state nation-yes, Y

few shavings of young white onion !' number of new automobile In tbe conclusion of a visit It is : ia the world, are the men who started to .av e early in life. CITY
of which high grade
dress most are
with French
and moisten a good and the best are fitted usual to "tip" the servant who has
Ing. every particular butterJars shown you any special attention A I They have tbe respect and confidence of the community.
salad out with the new vacuum
be used
Watercress ss a
There 1 lady would tip" tbe housemaid a sum
bottles and food boxes
and unlike many other greeus. It will are usually two I MHOS. one In which t" from $1 to 13. according to length of I Then look on the other tide-at the fellow who rpend all tl f

serve as an attractive delicious garnish and for many keep. IhliiKs hot and one In which to stay and attention given A gentleman"tips' make-they may hare a food time for a wbile, but wiat does tl 'j '
dishes It la appetizingfor
the manservant who valets him,
keep things cold TIe: sets are fully ) personality reflect
In of the
a sandwich filling place the butler and also the coachman If hedrives ,
usual lettuce leases To dress a watercress equipped with plates knhes ,
salad, mix together a teaspoonfulof spoons impklns. .sugar or preserve. Jars I Fees him art from never and given to tbe by station.guests to A dollar or so deposited in thu bank will be tbe i.

of white salt and |pepper| shakers and nested nucleus of honorable independent
celery salt, a saltspoouful servants otter any entertainment, not an career.
a pinch of cayenne, half a teaspoonful drinking cups Make beginning today. Your
pepper even after a private dinner given at a your now- '

of salt nnd one tablespoonful L.ttuc.. Endive and restaurant or hotelImportance bank book will pare the way. i
of lime Jute Then stir In gradually Lettuce. endive and romnlne are all I CIIRSOIFIIROIER
tablespoonfuls of olive oil and
three salad The hitter
good gicons twit j of Littl, Things
two more tablespoonfuls) of lime juice may alai be cooked' In several attrao
I A friend ailed /
once upon|
Blend thoroughly and season with a t the forms. nnd the lettuce any form gelo while be was finishing 1h-h"I"n'l State Bank i

teaspoonful of chopped chives and an the basis of a cream) of lettuce lIo"D..r Home time nfternurd he called, nitnm
equal amount of fresh tarragon leaves be boiled and hoppod like splnai
mav .
The Htlll at the
8'ulplurl'IlH xu' '
- and 'lIrl 1 lied wltb highly seasonedHa I insurance that Insures .
( (< a ;
To Rod.... work. Ills friend looking at the I eure ,-
The following exercise\ Is an excellent life. I exclaimed 'You he .beau idle'' of Kissimmee
r If wish to Every housekeeper. | should realize the since I saw. last!"
) one to practice you reduce you I Protection that Protects

J an extended abdomen. Place tbe tonic properties of these spring salads, "By no means" answered .Vneoo: CapitaJ'alock __________________________________$100.000.00

right toot forward about eighteen Inch and some variety of salad should appear "I have retouched the statue bore fluid I Resources over ________________________________ 400000.00
k'} es and raise\ the arms above the head. at least once dally in every well polished It there. I have softened t hilt. I

, Bend the body to the left to the front planned menu In spring This salad feature and brought .out this must"I leI Officers and Directors. 44 I

endeavoring to reach should be simple and composed mainly have given more expression to the lip
and to the right ,
C. A. CARSON Prett. J. M. LEE. Vice Pre.t
of the themselves, although a
tbe "
Keep and to the limb
the floor wltb tbe finger tips. more energy DAKIN AVENUE tad
left knee rigid, but bend tire right Just combination of two or three vegetables "Bat." said his friend\ "these are all M. KATZ. 2nd Vice PresL tl 1

Lr a little. Inhale deeply when rising and la permissible. Avoid an rich mayonnaise trifles." KISSIMMEE FLORIDA "

exhale when bending. Continue tillsexercise or boiled dressings and substitute "It may be so." replied Angelo. "but ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
tired alurnatlng a well made French dressing that that' *
until yea are fairly v remember trifles make perfection
Ja beth refreshing and nealtbfoL .
feet . and perfection Is no trifle.

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:'II11111II11111 I 111II111111 S of'Director m*?':6t.rmln.. Bald CapItal dence. of the subscriber, to th. I 'h", -M the. property. ' of 1 husband and ).t1 C. Osfcome rand 'MC.Oebdrn. : 'I' at'h."y,required- 'to-' appear"'I, t4 5' ">th. 1-. ;
: Mllo'OTiOeberne-and > '
atock-mAr !>., Increased from- time tlole of Incorporation.-- to-wtt.v ; Milo O.Osborn. heretofore filed In
to time. beyond the- amount -sIlted. the number of shares :. : ril( complete for "dr1tnl and Katherl'M U" LlrlnrstoAhnd this cause.-on or bef orew th, "ta. fr
LCa1IAdvcrterncn1i I '. her husband. If cue be married and January 116 A car"
; In the manner provided by law. took subscribed by each. *et a\ wheels .
; : ARTICLE) 4. his name are a* follow: and beltlnsTl: one It Nathaniel C. BrAn and N. C. Bryan .JT IS FURTHER ORDERED.-That f r" \
hall exist W. Smith. KIs.tmr.e. steal*) boiler. ; one 10 horse and Lucia M. Townsend and Charles It. thi* order be published once a week for ;'
1. This
Corporation per .hare A. engine. two Townsend, her and Mary A. felrM.conceoutlve week In Klislmme
: : lo petually law. or until dl..oled according Mrs. C. Smith. .. .1 long and 4 4 d..lln. More and her b.4\\f she be married Val i Oasstte, a nswspaper published !
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ARTICLE B. Florida. sinker stem ; three pair artda Mary A. Moore and her county and state. .

I I 1111 I II II I 111111111111 I 1. The bU.lne.! of this W. W. Carson I ; drilling bits; one wire be married, W. D. Moreand WITNESS my hand and the'leal of
otherwise provided CorporAtoO I share. KI..lrme. ... one wire sand line: one W. p. Moor. and Watson D. Moore aid Court, this 10th dar of November, ,

t bk KOTJCR or APPLICATION FOR unti shall t>.. conducted by. a IN W2TN14HI WHEREOF ; sand pumps; oanIW: and Watson D. More and Charles H. 11. "
I.KTTKHH PATHNT A.M litCORPORATION. Ilr."Ior. a hereunto set our h.nd.. this casing;; one old Gross, Sr., be and they are hereby required Court Beat) "'
tnrv.r..ld.nt.and a Vlet.I're.ldent a of October A. IX 1016 .; one blo.r and forge to be and appear to the Bill ofComplaint J. L. OVKRSTREKT. "

4 of directors composed of from three to W. A. HMITH. ; two pipe; on. filed In the. said cause. In Clerk Circuit Oourt J
TO AlL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN; five the exact number of said MRS LI4LIF c. sockets and other flsh- the Court alort.ald. on or before OceolaCounty. Florida. I I',
NOTICE IH HBftKIlY!: lIVEN, That hoard l.mb..r.lo By-I awH. and W. W. ; set of wrenches; clamp.; the day January A. D. 1916otherwise : HOCKER MARTlShBoKtnor ,.

A the underlined ..II ApplY to the Governor tn bo A :br.llhrn the limit stated. sockets. rubber belt. the said Bill oF, Complaintwill Complainant's *. .'-It
: of the of Florida on the The office. and thti office STATIC OF FLORIDA ) .. screw and al other In due course of law be taken a. .

. 30th day of November. 191. for nf Treasurer may Hecretary be held by (the name > ... conn.cton. ., Imple- confessed against the said Respondents K4>HKt'l.OSl ItK .. JOI''UAUJ :' .
Letters he (COl'NTY <>K OHCKOI..A ) connect
Incurporatlnic The Hoard of I nxlur. fll-rsin nosy
,'' Bit YA? COMPANY I under ""Hppotht such other officers l'lr.clo.or n rents, \J IT KNOWN That ,' belonging to the dr\lnl IT IS FURTHER ORDERED Tha In i..1 c... for ... Seventh JndUX "

the . fharter .A copy' : KM In thdr Judgment ma ni>em 'wine. : I th ndi'rslKn.Ml Notary Public. o \y or said I utd this order he published once a w.@k . ...I the Stale of Klorlna.In :
.5 of :hwllw\ been filed In the nfit.eof ,, nii.I, nhn 11 P".rlh.I for surh 1'1 saul Countv nnd State '. well now I860 feet fur eight consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee I ... f.r Oneeoln (:..niy. ,

l of Stuto of the Ktutu or n Keuitil i |*uh power And ".fn..r.UN |"- ".-.1 W A Smith.( Mrs I 10O feet of 1 Inch. .a.ln. Valley Oakette. a "weekly newsiHper . IN t'llAXCKHY
..t i 1.I.rhl. )' I In th.Mr ci iscr,'t ton seem iiropr.. Sinlth I and WV Caiaon., to I I ( feet of Inch ca.lnK published and of r..nera.Ircu.. Snath Florida Lumber. Co.. a Florldn.
Ih. 2S day of 0"101.1. A 1Kl'clRNK > 'l'to'11') ltllflbluhl meet I In tot thin ooriiorn-' known mid known I be to be w.1 All of said prop- atlon m the: City of . (orpnratlon. ( OHiylntnnnC.Tn. 1TATKMK ,
y i, H15. l ;Ion: : Hhnll: ,IM: held ti' 1 hi. m-ron.l, 'l'ui-ts-::: uIIsiIitla) 111.0 In and who ," on leanhold at Klnslm- ty of onreola. and State of FloridaWITNKSS i ,

, C HKYAN.A ,1'1' I In .1 ut,litlar) of '. ..h i nt t tin. i .1 I Ihilr limn.: :tO::1t.t.ii:. .' :' . said county together with ": THK H"NfHABLF JAMRSV Mary K. \\'.rl... n Slncle Womnn, R ,
H IIHY .\ NJUSIIl'A l "I '..I..k. A M Ht. wlilrh"t1 t Int.- nil IIOH. il I ihmli'l I -KNl )\V 1K I ;;; other leases for oil ant \ PKHKINt. Court I I). Marina ..d Jack K. Bnlllvan ..

I. K.XKHKII: 'h.I 'i..ftti--sa' i ht-relti I"'Ili\ 1,1..1 ftii,' nhullIM I tliiil tln\ \. .ut..l .1.he same i from W A McCool to natd 1..I I and nix name an (' .rk thereof and the M. I.. flnllUnn. his wife and Je'ekieInesttnest
I lliirelii ex I'Hsi'il l.t aKKreuatlriK about 1 HIM(" seal I of the nald Court at Klnnlinmee t n Florida Cer
I elei .1 l l'\ th'ItiiMMl "f I it !p.iipoHiH" pr : : : c'lr.ul 1 ompanr.
: ::
; C 'IC'I 11.1" \ ITVKMX, MM hand 'and II-HH i inceola nornflon Hesponden !
1.111.0.. .:1 t Mill, 11'. .fMixrH. In I IM- I.M ti tli.- "un\ JlorldA. .n'. *
nfHI Mt.< 1lntc, of \ .-: ; I at K 'tHHl in ,in. i I'oiinlv' and Ktati' I wiil! sell at the front Ill. the 4th duty ,."Iwr. J .
Huh > .: !., C I.." I.iinltfl\,1] > <1 ''h,* t,n,Ml., MH:1 of 1"I.h,1. .110 thin i'Mli': .lav out cxtober.t I Ib ( Couit t H UHI. In iHHlnimof..'. 1115 I ()I1iFit KOI4 I'l IILICATIONAHlNil

- The unit.-rsiu, ",',I h. I ,, iiKHoilate I H.I, ,u t i Inn xhii I 11 I l I"- t nnd. 1< .1 1 > t I In, I I I. I "1" l.'lotlda. on the fit I h 1 Ct :Seal) J I, 'OVKRSTREET. TO H I I' \\ I ANH I AIA, tTHERS ;
111. m.i Ixen 1,1g. Iii, I fin, 'III. |I'..iii' 'iioft of follow, I triw nfflri 1 I.KK: ,1 J \ \HHKI.I I 110101.0, A I II 1915.1 wlhll An cliik ( 'licult Court aforenald.Ji.HNSTK.N WHOM IT M .\ \' ('lN'EJINIt .

b.--i.iiIiig tnt tI poraled llndel, I hiI I l.ixxHof I 1."i.I.1 I KiiKn: 4' i a n N'.tm\ I'nlill. SU
q. the State of li.." II" and ,,111,1,1 I InItrmHof \M il-i- I I'M "1,1. nt. A M t 11.I I, \' Ii MI ollllll iBHlotl ,'x.I"! "'.' , ..r f., ,anh. to sat isfs Coiinnel fol Coinplalnnntli. 4fi-Rt :, ;: 'filed 111 the abo\ g I ledcane

. Ihls I'M,n': flijnlirAUlli : t S. HIM.1!l'rrq-ia '" i .ltu'tiilt) L'Mli( !"i"! -I , with InttTeHt' and (-OHH( that' H | one. of theItinpondent
; 1 .,0" 1 \' .\N \ ; : 1. II INOItAMshM I \arl"K.,
III. I Hut t h, i i1finir :1.IA.I..II. 1HK 4 lltl I IT 4 01 HT 01" THK t h I ..1. '"' "" norTlenldenl -
1' 1. The ,,,,.I ht. I'm";pornllolinlmll .l of DliectoiM( , inm: in, <. ltt\-, \I i"i"I I, I 11'"I.! I I ? il or i ,IK,., ,11 "I':\ IN'i'ii JI Inc. U. < .II i IT OKKI.OIIIDA. of" of 1"1.,1,1.. .and Is

.. In I tin. HIM \ HI I : \ITY 4'.> t. '"I \ II Hi SItu J"III., I I"tn, i helUTICI.K ( __ _I 'thiiih 1\ I l.'loi' hn.), .% A 11 I KOH o.c KOI.A rentdetlt of. 1..d..n'.II.III. In the
1 1'\ N 4 NT. 1 < lI''A '4 KH > I Stall of that the
2 Itn || "Hi in..I |1Le- ofbllnlllKHH \ --Sk, III Ihr < Iri-nH li.url. Neirnlh ., : 4>K SMKIIIKK-H: 14 'I.": CI nald 1 Ith .r.llnl.Is .nd the oftwentxone
: ThlH I'm tnn hn, 11 uut.t.t l 1 Kenpondent "' age
# A Hllllll) f.. III lie loXXII of KlMImmi I t pniiii N ) :l ull'111,1 t Irfiilt In sf11 for l>Mt-ola I I ": % % l. I 0II. 1 ban
ami that be
f ol.i nnd, IM opt <' iind' nli: I II .i<1< | Itsl.ussn '' .'I''II.1 'I'IIt. .HtK. b..1
I'ltx I'oiinlv l : I'lorlila. i5' MAY CONCIOHN':
4., .I : : : ; n enrporntlon under of Florida for
alintnt ftoin the Slate
'I"I.I t
foi In f 11 Is .
.' IninlnenH, ,11 I K" i n nn i <> : H
.-tstttof I loll liii. I Hf mix I helelM, wlM'li ,thill I will Ibe lawn of
: .,0 Klorldn. I than nlxtx' da\n lor to I the nllnifof
i i'"I..n'' with MM < (, nl I pt
a i :11
I be < 'III i .. ?I.." I O ,..f Kl-fllii' 1.1 .t.t"tu., \t lion f '4iloilton of I II'rlllliin ', I II hiI'" "'lilt Hounilool III' I ontilnlnnnl.IIIIIMtx O : bill : .
/ the KillI and that iin'r. In
1 1 I''In* I "f 1 St' t 1. I nopeinon
M M I'
' mi i < 'ltx and, i I Ini-xx 1".1 , 11.. Suit-, Iu I" .r 1'1"/, I of I'rr.l M<". : i"H.< .'usi II "Cnuntv' I'Ma oil 0.. In the State of ,Florida the
__ ..f 1'loildn, and In mix' ollni) 4 ., S .4.I 1\,1' Its I I.i\\ M '11103 h. ." ,0.,1 ''" 1 IIr >leI.e.e! hilt hl,. \\ltr. I of l ltd. I'JK illlllliK I th.l .- II. M.I.IVOV :. I...
.4 ',,,,,III. Ih."h .1.h .'ul.u, .11. ". 1. l i il 01' Hlllit r i'1; IM'ii ]; 11 :I tn, thu ltuiuui.l. .,, Ti. i \ | .I|, \\MiiM I t 1 I': M X'i ( 'o ('i-: i l of boat),> I., tin I In HI and efendnntit.The . HI ix I PI'O bind of I tbe nillipoeim said, upon whomwould
I.U-.I ill H\ I.11U I .
;' ,I.".". I In, .4 ii' ii. I. H ., "t. u fl ,44. an \ H )It.t II |MI.I\V n I'hl' mi tinH2 .. for IIHh the follo IIIK H""I".I'nl.
4L. 4 jbnll l I.e liPil.CMXII ". .,,. ,,. lit ' .\CTI"LI: 7 I, \n\imlifl, \ l I. I l'Mr.1 \\ ,lll H | | I l 1 1 opt'l t \ ill (SI (.lo".I.oH....- i om I hot hog filed IT is TIl ElI iI-'t lit l': I DRIIKRKH I That
All'l li'l.l.: ] IMhtulx "t .' ,,,,, "fto ",1.11. .1. itit 'lOu Ill.,..1't. llllllOH, \\ I'. I ,I I I ria to' It bill .II"t. ," that, the ".1.1 H I 11 \.Inl be 11.1 h. .
I 'h fi 11 1 h,lii', "! pol, 11 l"'. ,, 5 .1 0 .",, '. .. .... .1..1" heit-bx, reuufied to i i e nil!
1 I 4.III. io-i..t, "1,41411'f I II In, iIIMI- .< .1"0,'n I' III., Illl C..IIII 1 I I :4 i 4 of |iiluu'k| 300) to Infy II tl'll, ">n that Oiere ale per Int.liHIe.l appear )
,,4 ,l.ll. , :ti l I" I till HMO" Kill.j. c 1 tlfxilf .1 11,1 4 :I"'h, .1, I "I.f. tin I0 i ,' of .I P FnrilH ,Co", 111 till. tnxillxid'''herein of Com lilalnt fried In Hnld e/u..on orlit
11. HH. I.I .I.H. I' t.I'.1 1,4,1 >lj.u)4. ) ) i lii'I) ,, lit ,0"10 1..1..11. ,
fore the 6th of
-5-- Ml ill IM .IX loi ,0. I"'I.I.] (.' l 1.11711.i ]! ;. I .r ) ltahla\i'i Hum ol I w i hoHe namen are 51)1.04 Ii to It, :1"n.I. day \.m-
' In' till Nlllll' "Colllpllll\''' ll.l,. Sl.Mi\ .
.," Ml\ 'tilt. '.. ) I tinlmiieiit\ btliiK ohlatned' and. ber' A I the (
s, i .1. ., \ 1. Ihll. I haxliiM I demanded thin andolheiwlne : 71\\
|OWK'I'll ; l i: v 11.,1
tlonn i of tht I Hill I i I I. I In due
\1'1"11 w courseof
III. llll'K'l I nl, .lttllllllIn ' ion p. .10" III ii | I I tu I r ( with the law allpnitleH RI
.III UK IIKI I IIKIM., M .. | v.l., of 11,. t "Hn"I. <
-i' laxx I be
4 ; 1. .. . i ' I.t Count \ Kim Mil i\. of No\ 1 I In as confessed by t I.enail
TIKI liiui ..ii.itliin "'I" plopiltx -
fin 'iii' i..IMi'fl i l him' I 1 t , : :; I' Plf :
t ,1.- 1".1.- 1",1 U.I.I 1 ,II..N tin-, 21a1! t lii\ of Oi i I. lt.'r-inoi'l: H..I".1.nlIT
'r lii I.ul'g, HI Hint., ." '" oI I.. II tt fin III' til' o( t'u 'ill I I < 1 IN.IIAM. : l-n<'I lhi-.l l under Tht odnri -
0. "( "t. I '
\ : \ I to 1 1"1 1 I I .
lIT F FPHTHKR OlinKHKIl Thatthin
fill "" k N'HadKei
4 In "
.1. allnu l ,1 I I" Hi "I ll 0 I I V i.. h li i I I,, 04 1..lh. 1..1.II"h.l.. 11
1"1"" | I I % ", I ttH I ,,1'" HI"' I t to I .I.,0',, ,I I h\ .-u',. II .w I I""t"I." ''.,' .10' I Itl'li Mi-1.AIKHII. ; I I .T I I" -- < ..... .frrln J"h.,1.. I '.1..1 lu,. Iuhl.h.d once a weekfor
4 'I o lill\ Hi.II I nun, I U ., ,. I "I I Irn-, ,li"', 1 II ,1"0 1 I I EFFlJ:! J.I\ILI, ; I .lll>l > A V C.I; ,1..1",1. .. Ulldet either of them. orothiixxlse four i'."". "cul". w..k. I In the KISslmriiee -

Ilt-XI Illlllki, ', I"'I I oil", I !, iHIHllpoi | I I I il.: ,rn < I'i liiu t" ''' "... 1.'lo.1 \I. ( and all purtlen rnlmlnl; anInl. ""I. ) l.z..le. a xvetklx rot.wsiItii.l -
I < .. i.l I mill, .. .il In, ,"-.0 I |,"'|1" i"IniliiiiMil 111. I 1.'11 'III' 11,1.t '' \ IMV. \u'II' 55 AT ( "*\\ full. \< K I IIOIII III I'I M. 1HK r eat |II nald plopert, >. thelantln : ; u .' .d tc general eiru'uluotioot -
I unit IIIIIIIIIHIIM, In ( tuft I InllHllllll \ H Iti., \ .in .1..1 ( I If.' I I'd'II"''. i x AMMAI.X '1511101 1.11 situated III I Onteola ('UII .1.. I In the County of )sceola I and the
'I' I'
.4 Illlll, I lu. I h.,". H I.I l.tll.l ".'. '' 11" -- : ": "' OK 'IIIK: (111 OK .. 11 i Led an follown State.of Florida

lillllillnUH liii" '. ,. .. I" man.ik..lnp . !. , l l ; ':. KIXIIIIIIA. Sec Thin' Nox ember
.1." ,.., I I "." I" I I, ,I,",, l"Lii 3rd. A II 1016Ct
(1".0' |"" |1.1) KIII- II". SI, ,1 IN < 01 I' OK ( IM %'I' .I l I': of NK"* SWVi of NKV, Nor \V ( Ct J. 1. OVKHHTHKRTAs .
4 rutty ,0 ST VIM 1.: in" 1"11"11I I f' I I. Of I-;IIIC I.W' \ i I II 1 1I ""', I" I th. t '"un11( ot Ito. l. KH SKI/, W4 of \' 3 1"11 Clerk Ire.i Court
on pius IniHl-' hIlt ioiA; < I' '-* . 4
In "".I'llh.l unrrs: HHi.nv. "" 'I"rldl. thou, , JOHNSTON IIARRKTT.An .
' IniiiHiii linn.,0''i''I'' r sit .is "'iiin.iulx ._ ,' I ---- I II ... I. I it h.,. HI'.1 S\VI4, 5
7,4-KM. : I. I r v i II nsi-i-i 1 :o"ii \ > 0 ."h'r Y5 u. Counsel 1.1 4'omplalnant
IiiitutakeI ni i ;HI 4 ,it* il n l is I I'n rr Knl-itr of Km In II. 1.ld.*> "hll SKC: of N\\i NKof\ HKl 48-4
11 T' I t HUM I I rl \ < < INI TUNHI. t In) or *
t (.mil nictoi I.. i-aiiituuilnlli. ftnii '\ti i H. ".I j I i'\11 I'! \KNii\\V Th:it\l.i-foi Ill l h.mull .-I N.utI-t < IH lu-rchv "III'I I) : I I ' .l 1"1"i arty hrn.'n..1..1. Ni. of ",, >4 u u. 6 S
Keiiorall\ liistltiiti". intii (tutu i-u.uuv I miiv,, < onrern that : the ,' I ::, : ;: ; II. "t ,.,, : N" of N\%' >IT
4 \ : 1 i Hlu. ," d Votiiix, I'ulilli' lii nnil, for 'atii h r h *fI mit NRW" '
on: minim |.iom..t. oi I.., , |' Hi tinSliil. of |louts |iiuM I M Mini mullllllv .>\.1..1.1.. A 1) 1 416 T .hll lto lOOROIK' 1l alleys WH of (, . 7

,.- 4 In InR'1 oinni., l ,' ,) ,, "". fI7., 11"Ilu! "ld..I Illl. I""H of I t hlu';: Honorable' T M M ur.';,:: :; : I l li , I I I or ".Id ('wlhll) unl.I"." N.I NI \\" '4 .. KBH Made under, Section 31. Chapter 699
) : ollu-l' ,.. ",'" | :, itilmlJilHti, , i oiilhH, UI.I"\ : '". ,u.iutuu u.-.0.1 i'if sulbIl Court., n. JudK,> of ,. I.' s'o'ureiy tltJitI'II'lt wlh I: ._ . .I. . 8 l.awn of Florida, shnwlnirthe amountof
I <'emtrB< tB. ,InI.-rtuikIIuvuI "I"'II"j' l I ll Ilu Mil III H IlllB ||iuts.| I'' I HOIlllIUMlipiarid I in,. Mnnl. I (II..hnrirc nn Admf -. I "II' "I thong arid I.d NI" tot NRV of NK% K % of lams charged lo the Tan Collectorof
tions, tu nlitHlii mul I ...qul'. l ,J'ilg-iue: ; < Hiii n. A II Hi i "r th OHlMttof Erwin H HrM*. i "n. competent perHon utoi V'4 of NKV, of NEfc W of I isceola Ci.unt\ Florida tt. be col-
r < $1Wac. or otherwise, i | mi and Joshua I I. llarlnl I me knownKiid i-i-iiHi .1. nnd nt the name tlnio i i, ....I ttintrol such niilmals \4 of NEVi KH of : ofNV'4. lei.ted tnI the ) ear A I' 1814.
4 rlirtit-s "ateiits, pi U iI'gt. tH'lunlM* known to mi to In 1h.. lridlIII uals pr"< N<*11 t t. said Court m v Inn) W' *. of NWV of N\VU: arid the apportionment of the same lo

I 4 or ..h'r"I".-, siithorllli-a I u"I..IIk.I i : il.'Hrrllied In and w I hn .. .01',1, thifol.lcolllK Hn Ad mlnlM i Htor of said estate or ,,'r"n. vl.II""K thIs WH of Kto of *HWV ijf NWU : the .(', rrAI furidn for which taxes have

.. loim or hpir-nnen "I mirlnlil. oillnril| I 1'rcipoH.'il t I'hiittir., who ,upon fur their appro\1 iiutom. obSiu'tlooli, tIe *Wo .". __of NWV 8 <4 10NW been I I."s i led
t I In relation Ihereto.i anil to : :: : : A'ugust 11416 ::: : : : : R\\4 rot
or cont ract. oath, ii* know Ii-d red earh fur lilniailfthat 1.1'd x"K "DHOUOHT I "dlmog lu'ifty luoilarn our to' A nportfloamen'Movemlwr .f C ensty Fnda.
and fulfill I the tel rim und i millions ,..... N< SWV. of'si\\-\ 11
I.rtorm I hi' executed the forKoln )' o'X .iil.g Ihlrl ,lays .j h. A. I>. ISItl.l.enernl .
4 Ih.r.ot. and lo ,' rithe Barn.- | ('ha rt-r freely a nil \'uliiiitnr}' 10 for 85-1 m 8 mo or 1,1, such fine .tloI, trio- Vi H\\ M

. 4 Into effect and oprrule Ihereunrt.r. develop the uses and purposes then'In .*xpri.. In I "I..r.\on 01 the NU NH of SK(4( SK of SKV, _
and turn to a..u I I. maintain or cot !w. 15 To amount annenned 1 1,2941 14

.ell. and dispose of and deal with the I IN "'ITNI HH WHKHKOK I have NOTU'I OF " I ? and HIM nnd tlnie In open NV* of VK', .. IBNl .\ mount <. 11.176 2H
I .m. h.r.unll mv hand und official sialut 11.. .. DlMkarse.In .) II iiiiant,Im.u"h) panned\ tlilH 4 of NK"" S\V >4 of NEV 8Wo .1..1.0

To carry on the Kcneral business 121
contracting and construction In all I tv on this the 2dtli day of October A. Oo.rt at CmmlT ".d". !4 1 ) U V KHIHI1S.Prcnldent ti,14" of NU "4 Hfci. Sl-' of I'll hllcll 7-

branches. To build. .r..t. promote I ii. \11 Klorlda. OsrvQla of 4'"u.1 \. 19NU To amount annennttlniounl . 2 K24 "3
oonstruct. provide. A"Qulr. rt-pair. I PAT JOHNSTON !. rr Kmimlt of I n I.II'HT. k. of NEt, H": ',. .t :,: I .' 7S
qulp. carry out. maintain. nevi'lou. Notary Public. State of KlorldH Walter HHHH Sr of t Klnnlmee( '1\t .t ;w. H"i' nr. 'u'. 21 0.1..0 Z.7P

I Improve operate manatee ...oiilrol.take ; : 'R"RI My Corn-mission Kxplres h-24-19 Notice Is hereby given, to I I thin 2 daof NoA Ii U SKI, .r :/' oNiv I Halume (. i In. cnlle It.d 3'2
sell.I Ii- li-t, IIwnse It mnv concern that on the w Vt : of SKV, Hl'i of NKV.of : .
oI" >c. buy, ase. i H.4'U'TJ'I .eb.,ol Itlnl. .a. 2lo -
< to use, work Bii'<1 dt.popuif I I of December A. D. 1 *1B. I .h,1 | H H MAY 1 Siv. of SKV, 22 Hiiioiint, annennedAmount 4005 H24Or.

I water. Kaa, electric and fci* iilmitB Hiidwnrka t OK AI'IM.K.4IIIIN to the Honorable '1'. M : :11" ui of the City of .N \ V4 :'* of NXVVi of HW.. colleitidUalnnt'e . 21

us., tunnels. brldiiea. vlailuctn.dorka. I'ATK\T A M) I -YOI of said Court Judge of"rrt KI"HIII.. SK", ..r.r SV NKVtof -- .
4, wharves piers. roads. wa> s. reservoirs I.ET'EIH rny discharge as s\\ 1.. ,,f SU'l.. SI, of SVVV.of be .
AI I.I .
aqueducts. water courses cli- C'4nl'onA''IO. estate of waiter 1 : : e ; .( l IKT Svl, 2 "u" Xrbool .1..1.0 1).t. ".. 5 6
Ii nals. h draullc works factories. warehouses TO, ALL "' IT MAY ("OS<-n\: and that at the I 'l TJ'.1 .NUi. .f NU V, E..r KH ofSU To amouril ss.'na-i 21 It "II"ull t
u .
) mills, and other works midconveniences 10l sent to said Court final : of :W. "v, of S\V V, .\ ?
my u'ilI'ted
Notice Is hereby n.\\\ 'en Ih.1 the un, I iiurt of I be . .C. Jndl- 2H.31 1
. of
and to that end to buy . Administrator of said :\V. 26
il< HtKned on tin- iHt ,d i\ of !p, AS .Ial. of the Hlsle of YI..d. ,
4 4 t own. and dispose of real .."tll. n'nit vr, wil.l 19Id. ai> j to lid.ov* for their approval for 4>.cenln 'oust K'-i NKVj of NKV Si. of NKV I'.alatu'e: to ho.. lollertedI 70

4 To carry on any or all iiusm.fnifls! crnor of \.I Statof Florldn.; ; 'it hi,, Ns..r E', of SKV 'nuntr MendTti _
4 ii manufacturers. producers In the City of Talla hiins, Iloi..ida.lor HENRY T CI'NCEI" \U of NK* of SKVi W I amount annennt.dmouiit 31 43
4 4 Ij Patent tnroi .In. 26-o-a-mo- .. .. of N.r H i: N.r coolieot..d 33 5".. Sititatottiec
.. and retail. Importers exporters "tters pi ; i.tlrs'Ives. \% nlfrr C. H. of
4. .no SKV
SKV. snv ofSKV
WithOut limitation our aHHoclnteN and MIJ. ".oasrsInto I C 0__... C..I..t. H..t ,
as 10 the .n"rall' products and mer- a body politic alibI) rorpoi.iU.' 'uudeNlh t V., NV .t H\V' H\1_ ofSU I to be collet.tedl.enernl 3.2 k

,. chandls. and to manufacture |iro.luc>'. name of the W, A. Kmith < oini;anv IN tOI'MT OF O4HJ-VTY levied't. ..d her ...1.... it she NU NKV. of 27 .ebo..l_
ll adapt pr.par. buy sell and otherwise We aluO hereby, and show 8TATK 4)F KI.OHIDA ..d lucia 4 labors ..d ',, of of NU SU'V HI' V 2NU To amount., ."...."...d 40 ((121( Ml

4.. ,- deal In any materials artlcli-n orthlnics that I the following charter 'aii<1 ,itrtltlesof USCEOLA 4'UNTY It .he Married. \VVi of SKV," NWV SS .r\of SUV, 29 Amount t olle. led . - 39.73N 17
with the !I. full ,
In connection Incorporation a ti uu.a flmp.nn .. lawrence '
'4 required : NKV "
K Incidental to such manufacture and r 'm,>lete t he orlRli'iI .f w litchIs !. re Estate of Aaron Ke sbnrTiNotice .r hnnhnnd. ..d M. < <>.- :1'of. Nt'4 of ,\x' Si s 4 f of NKV', .SKV.of K ltit In vIce to I. rollfctcd 2"333
now on :In the office of the HI.crt'ary Is hereby given to all *f. C'. Inborn nnd Mile SU V. ,, Nub -bool l>lHt. \.. 3
3 (5 production.To Commission of of the .,.1 v"tat.. of It concern the .d Mile <'. O.r. .. 3dNKV To ant001rot nfiNi'.iH.dmount I 467 14
Merchant do a general selllnn bu.lne.amnt.a. mid factor l'l"rlla. at the said City of TalluhaBsee. of may February, A.: LhA:9)6: ; I shall I.. l.ltlna'lon and her ,' of :\>. HKV NKV ofsu SlAl.l. \ I eultt''tedBalance u 1
time required by law for she b.. ngnrrled. and *% ,
4 4 under del r.mmlhl.n Inthe lurllth.. to the Honorabl. T. M. Murphy. a- IN TOWNSHIP
1 cr.d.r. UI.I this nutlet '. .. 21OUT I. to hp collected K
and to the same extent a. publ.alnl of said Court as Judge of IrohAt llrran and 1\ < llrynn HANtJK: 27 EAST 2
1VS A. SMITH.MRS "ck_l *
could do. my final discharge as 0" and < hnrles 1.1 Dil' o. I
natural . SWV4 of .
t persons LIU-IK O SMITH.W her NI".r SKV4 3 To RMPC HHfdAmount . 333 Pt
I hn.h.nd. and .
.1 To plant. and tultlvate. tobacco the estate of Aaron Keesbury' Mary NU V, ..t of ".
.row. W CAKSON will ; i ito her hnnbnnd. If be : / : roll.Tted. In 01
r cane, coffee cotton ed and that at that time I of NE'4 SS ;. SKV of tr.. - -
I fruits and all kinds of fruitsand said Court my final Mary A. Mnore and her N.I : --
uq4 citrus I ('OItI'tt she be rrled.V.'. .. 1\\.1 "' 33 tn ,'oiIetl'd 1 97Fine
..; to carry on the business AITI".I" 01 .O' I Administrator of said .Ifl. nsa NWi of x'f NEVi. *4 of JII ,, .
4 v..tabl. NE.
and I .
hereby by I \\ nndValnon
and of marble Ih. und..I"n..d. for their approval. "o.r. VKV; of NKV NXVV4 Fn."I.
qunrrylnn of NKV.
\\4't ., mineral and cut these 8rlc.. of Incorporation HHHOctate Dated AUK. 2nd. A. D 1915 .d .. Moore and ". of NKV, of 84SU To a""unl A..e..d .u_ _ 2X2408.
4 stone m.I.1 SKV4
for the I ouo Amount collected __ __ 2.7D3.T8
deal In . to buvjsell. together purpose E. el.o. Ir" and all oeraons of nh
timber and SKV WV4 of HWVi __ 35 .
,y pf becoming a body politic andcorporal. . .. h
the lands
and generally deal 33 1 m 8 HI .. In SE' of SKW \
Import export ; 3A
: -' ill abova fruits. veKetables.marble under and pursuant to the described cede the said AlL IN TOWNSHIP---- --h.RAn Balance to be collected _. 30.16 .
of the ,
tin l laws of the Htate of 26 e School '
minerals. metals. timber Florida providing ... ..If the name nr 27 KastVest ..1 Dlst. ".I
? .ton. estsbllsh and for the formation management .OI"C'I.Olll. OK ke deeensed, or otber- \ K amount assessed, .___rn 1.04(4.11 M\
or lumber; to operate liabilities and Immunities of corporations ... acres of N\V1 of SWV1 Amount collected ____
conduct hotel, tores.. P1.-0"8"; .... of of R. of nn --; \.888.1 /I
sawmill to enftaKegenerally the provisions of which laws In Clreolt Court for t be ". of I'ubllrntlon. 1F'4.1 I
warehouse and business of: a planter; are hereby accepted and we hereby dicial C'lrlnl of <.. Htntr of IT MAY OONCKRN- of Railroad: K\V\4 81 Halance to collected __ 17.99 .
: In the sell acquire lease d.dar. that the following articles of Ida for 4 Neroln. ( ( from the sworn Kill of N\. of IV SIC14 1 : HK' of SK h' 35 ..1 School 1)1.4. >o. 4-.

# to deal In. buy.; and mortKamai' Incorporation shall connttlutan,,0 be I HAM KIHlst nl.d II this caitne that H \ ".1,K 2s To"NHI I' 25 :o"TI. amount assessed .1.913 3XXinotint
sub-let. farm-Jet '
.- % estate and to plant. Improve eracllon and de of the the IHHUH dUHt'r nee of of .mid l.t-ttt'mu rtrporution. 1 'utettt 1.1-II"'.' ,.lohnMtitn a, ( omplnlnnnf I :,1 :;; I :-,r\ :-:tq in:Inter'Hied, thin null In olhel th, itlui.,, I .101(1( "1 I,. m, l be .thou are hris tolleitid 1.92V62lltiliin.

velop the same by the and I to ,ilu :(IIIK to law i i. M. l.unler nntl 1..1. (.. .. ( ) '" ", U.. spondtntH' and n, .,1.1, I to 1'1 to hi,. bill of ,0111nlalnl ' : i. to he i'olli tied 40
I or : : .\rtltl J. 1 Tin of \\ h., lelofoi., bib-ti I In IhlH inllH, .
11 I Ifr. l > Vox
h"l r"R'I I : us litIl\ Ilm. hI. cuirliru >- Itr.p.n.Ient. H'I"h I peinonrt HO 1"1".1. .I h i mbi r \ I ll ;1111!
ul /0
law tin ;
r dislral.le in and abou .t Ion' Hhall hi \ A Smith < .I ill tIlt IiS I : ,." ti ,to (the, oniplalnant, ., Mondax. ''h". of Ft'iiu.iix, I'lldth. ( I ICt 1.,1 J l OVERHTREKT(
4t b. n..drul or Z. ' in.IHI orm..> .md, ii4 i.: 4k!. MALI: I (I Himie I I. I"" a rult huts clei 1
les elin., 'n \lo. K I i I I I f i IH l piav.d I In th I k i'iro till 'onrt ,
:!-4 the said m J".t.tH or. 1 l.Hlnl.. and: \ ,. ., Itul> Oi- of biiKltii( KK of thtn, i oi Tn \11 \\ 110 05l I ITY < '(, "' ': (,' lunlliHt the Hlld nil all I he i It ,IH f,,"I I h. ,oidiled.. that I toil. .' .1..1 i Ill......lot Count: v Florida

thereof, to has., gift orol.erwISH. "o".lun shall he In the lity of Kin N, I I IH I luiiliv Kl\j I that 11. i | ".1,11110' ,..lo"h..1 OIK xxeek r.r 1\.1. 47 ii HX J\MIH: M IOIIVSTON n c
10 own the same \} pun or, lie !! : e. (:'ountv of ( >,,t'.o.lit. Stat' < ofKli ilitHlKH. *! ... Si|"i t-i.l M.iHlt'i t: In l : ; ". >H K (>Rliiltiii' : : Thil tin. i ,11. \1" i In Klnnlmmti' \11.I
; :\ : Ii
F Iulln1Iln.ln dispntiiind id a The Hoa i d of <111 'etl, M ;in a \ t i I Is In, this i I um. will "..n II h.. 1" I ," IntelHts In and toI x ; I. a neWHpaper puhllnbid In i
<.iulre bouts "r . ot tli t.iihltHti bianih, ofll-m. at, uI (br 'lulL.. Hf III I 1.0..'-' \ l I' I'M':0 I :, li,, I ; I (I l 1, I \.11",1.n. i .I r .' I Mt'h mint xU1T.NPSS The average farmer does not realize 1
.convenience of (I ny hu.I'1 of Ill ,, ,, .. ". ,1".1 11 ''1'1' : nn hn ml and I Hie mal ofi
"(ini 1m. to t lm' an may IMdenli i d I 01" mild month. iuo'Is i "," of OHI ol Ii and 1 I
foreaid 'i lil ,cui, I al KlHHlmmie Cltx thin Vomi the part whxh an efficient kitchen
flCSSPII \ ex A11 l 3 Th.( ". .101 of i \iHt.. nc tof "sul IIOIITH of sitl.'. In flout, . ,17 l

,,ort To. deal huy. a1. t hr.'I.rd'- lr 1.1.mlnrl> (111.I 1".11" I \ rnrMAillili I )iuis< ''1",11' "h.1) L>f tilncl, > mm.' ,it'..uuttt, Collllt1'lolltll.HoiiHt. I tool nt. KlMsViiiin., i I ....1.I ". Thlll I >' \iCI.' 1 .i'l(, H.|11.11 all, IIi.1 f I. i KVKItSTREnTcl plays in the profitable conduct of his I
l and I V i t'Xpt.Mt. r. bu I, h > -I I hiee' Tovvunhlr .
i Rlock of all kinds un.l.BKiliultuiiil( I I 4 Tin- general nature of t hotuuiiilo'imt "".1 Ht II. foi,' iush. to III.- hld,., South Hanne Twtnlx- 1" |iu I 'I 1, ult i i 'on,,ti farm. Note the number of farm
general live stock of thin b'orptui lion H tin 11 l ltn to> In Hi toiuii'i '111. IIIOI :, of Shliiule IKI i Counlv Florida
; : :::,1. t.I.111 11"1 North I II'I iciPH: SI| \ RTIVComplainant 1 which have the water
luiuIneSS supply
.ujT and mmmico' niaiinliiK t in rs on the IHJKI m HH of l>oi it , 1"1'" t tIllf | of the I Coutitx. more ,
4 To own. operate und run to own H."I Silt' tnuKiMH 'and dialtiH, und tn inanu' < Ittlllk" l"l\ o' I'HHHtllKtr .\ now lulls ( S.illiltotH.' 4 7 '121I convenient for the barn than the kit-
FactorY, t tu\ ni.11, Import lil mobllt Moili 1 < --2r. Putin '
an< '
'HI iIl' rllur' exiiort the "i'otiiplHlnaiil? I I ill
1 Estate. ituildilIga. St, ..I I u r.Bin. )I PP"knees ', nl 1 in litMttH. HhoeM. lent her ant) It-lit IIJJl'i., Knttlnr: No32tK't!' | I h..I" III I. on ," H I. fore 1 IN 'i UK::'1111 I f r. lit chen.
machinery .
necessary ,IH itf kt ndH' ) I Tli. Haiti Half will l.f .K\ Jl I 11'1"I I
4 and operalltiKa5 I 1 ". 11 hl..kl"K v al I I of Pi l.i nary A I M 1'M i: E'TI II 1'1
for tunnliiK lush I and .t "" ,/ra I IOIIB r'l )>.ot Hor AlKtlon, anil IH "",1.. I II pill "'' ." ".. of' lAW. the Hit.1 Hill "'ICICI"I 111 I"C .

.j :: fling: HIlL1 Factory.. .nr'fh-1Isrn5S; : \ h'Htht-r lasts boot .1..I..h.'H. lutntJ ,, '' all Ml ,1 I. I. of Hall'. .ii. ,tl.r.,1. .. II I .1 will, lie taken, an ."f., K. II. CI VI'" | \ I I t Kit: I I"I.'I''II.'lt i The United States i is the world'sdumping t
; 1 J Jati.a. ton-hooks, iRfi-s. fosteuiign, thin "IH.- li\ I I h. JU.IK. of tlilH h pirtlt'H

_., 4 'eg.talulCI' tit; nnv ,,'f; .! ;"''. Ir. bin klcn, 10.1.1 ot hi'r ,.,.c esarl.-mo t on the Mil* ilaof u octoliir( \ l"> I fmoi, ill" I ordered thai thin ." \ 'I. H'I'IMIKKl: I IIM- ground for all bad seed
p sIt ""11. lt. ,,.du'I. I.loluil' 'iii .WI MHO to Ioldu< a store or Htorcn forInMliiK JOHN 111." : >, once n w..k fbI, I INI. n .eorpornllon .1..1... un-

'. c-hswl. 1'1. ) ami lease n..I.oi iillnrwlse I fl'l' and .t.1111 at I '1.1. ",,'n'n allot' .\a Spit( ,< M..I. II ,.",< I I ....utle. wetkn III ti,.. Kln- tier the Innn of Kltirldn.I adulterated seed and misbranded
1 and l omplslnn nl,
!MI"B clothing .
lairds titiiiut "-' tlrll.hll" Roodf. K hin-B. I ill 'h'H' .'\ 0 li.intti
i ing Cltuls Fruit f""' wihti' 'hlro.I.nd. c'it.ra. in.cRt I.. MliKtto'Iiiti! mtl Imt.'il IhlH :III lav.,' of iou lot. | i ,.,', and,! of I w..k., .. seed The extension division of the

-, and UroNe 1..1. "/IH". iiicii ml"' "ear. h..1 i 1. j<.w eli v. urn I I' 1 l9tru I I.I"h..1 Ih. ."". of' Itt..i.ola.1* "inixin.. ti.iiwiiN. .:. AI.. University of Florida calls attention
!; I. ; lias. handkiT<- ,(, .. l athml Ikefentlnnln.OIIIII'.K .
4 TJISY. :.nlii hI..:. frill,t. 1.1 Null H"I br 11fl.r" > -- , I Fluid.i. !
fi.ock.of. 10. with ( I I" tr'' andproduce I,it s. notkliug: I:: u.j-lc.: : ts. I : : H and' t"' ., 1.1': I ; : th. I llonornlile I .lamesV to the most recent case in which the
11" "h\h and, ,uuil-r ati, ) and all other liner, 1,1-u-1 lisa-H of 1'11' t I .. of the, Con," I ,anil I "'tl I I l\ |';
; v"loRh"'H. rrlil i .* usually iuutmuolti-l) 111 t'h.m""lnl Hllo. : United States Department of Agriculture
to I" ".1.1 .101111,1, I n.hRI.\. IH heiobulMii that ,. citik 1 Ih'r.o,1 'h..r- 1':1' I
:,1. IT ,IS
,pluinti' ,1001"1" to ututl' I" .limed, I. lu.III'"H! .," I \ ,1,11" of I I ,\ i I I I the H.ild( Cllt,lilt I I Com u oIl IIUIIU'I': Thil. the difindinf warns farmers against imported
1, mill, I ," "H"1 I Fil' 1 o. In leln iiain.,1 I. wit ItXlllHon
nil..ur 5 Thi ( Noml, ". Th"ll"
,\ i ld. amoiidT of rapltilHtm .I..I l\ lln' 1 I H I r A ll I''
,) K Vine..1". and" lo buv '1".111.1'. i"' ii' .'.""- ."k thin i oi pot ,allon, Mi.11 |I" .i .-" I, 'IIIN Ju.lut. .1"1.I ,, ,.11.,Ilit\ .1 I. IVIHHTlnI.T> I : : : \ I Sarah,.\ 1"1, I <..1."". PlUeililr "turnip rape" which is not I
:: iii-iallv and. to ..1 mid ThtiuHiind I lollaiH, .1,1.1.,1 Into .",: ", \.ntli, lu.llilal( ""I".f. i"It, | : | i !, k c'In'nil '.u,1 i \.11 H"'phel.1 \
l.I iioods K. : : I. |h s H , . Cases like this
; l '1 l
( are A
1Hpose| of all I" .""tliliM ,",..1.' ,,01 I\"I, ,'tl Hh,.i.. H of 1. 'hr \ .01'. of III(,, J:1l,. ,11.1, (oh ll".I. | \ |I' ,,! \O\H'( 1 0\ II. I I. n c 111.. .llanlt-l. KlllnIliodin rape. common.
r.aultliiK In I II") ',1 1,1,0, | "f ""' J JaniiliiK ,, 1111..1 101''H ,at I h, '",< .ip 'ill ll lutilMi. ,p. ".1,1 In, the "II.,1 I I too 'Ciimplaln ml 4H. 121 I., I. 11.I god federal pure heed law would not
I und\ to .1" all ," I till norm I on lila"' \ hepn "i \.ntli "Cluiill an I \11'1 11."n.I".
I-114'iiilol\and proper (It. .unnl.iK( 1,1CJ."I. : hi foi it, jmogierit': .. l.i: hoi ni M. ;i \ t I. .i.. ,. ,.1,1,10, HI..f' rim, I '1'1 '1 II I F:'!' .11...1 .H\ i I I'11 LIxx.1"".\ithur.". "K rl.* . "'hlrl'H only restrict such importations but it

u ( slit-il R l I'lirtorv, at JiiHt aluat Ion. I Ito hi 1..1 t I" t In i 'ti.initi\, "h..I"i i Mill,1 I' I I / I.on..nn. could be made to
""." bu\ K1.1' ". uttuir- IIH ni u pnratorn' at a m< t .., for Coin" ,I.I.I, inn n,I. anil ,1:1: atiit.51111mb, .. for fbe Vevenlb .",dl- I.I,11'1'. a ( orporatlon" orKanlEd prevent traffic in
; I .fo'lln' < in.di i tin laxxn of New Jernex Kllsworth -
4 Ttlse In nil hl.I. of nlh \ that: put::pom* N t I"I., aii. Hi.",,., ,' of the "C.t. of Klorldn Ti lint ,' a .corporationoiKiinlzed impure and misbranded Reeds from
of milk' to proilin. . nl'Ih"1 Aitlili- A The hi.xtne-iH( and, prinh, ntiiil Ii," PIlKl' Mon.lnv, (In l I I for 4li eeoln 4'O..tT. ''Inn
Bell pr.iducls anil (1. ill I" farm |I''i.dii., In i I i, I ,arriiliB I I of thltt I ot u' 1",1.t I' Hlmll, hrniitlurt > ', 'llo I sum 'In'liiu' 1."ll., ] \ I II AN 4'''' und. i the lawn of In.. KS : one state to another. What are you
: :: If.II' KllHwoith, ( James Koilent. John
kind alt I nth.i I r".1; I 'it lIlt I I(,.. .J"' ''lullS , .1 hy a 1,1 .I dlr't 11"r of 1.1 I iuleb., \ I to I ss : ," : :, t ," I'lanniix, ,.Flamt'i I Illrard Trust going to do about it Mr. Farmer ?
materials .11141 I. ' '" juro- not lent than( nor mot than ( ." '0 of sale, lit I tin. ft.iint tlooi ., sad \\ slier llnn.. t'oniininx, ."hl 04' ,
cor un-
neiiriillduct \ tot (-bill- I In < 4 ; pol.It.1 orKariiKt'il
ductlon th. reofruid I I\ l.u. KI."I"'.'. ,> omnton. .ti.r the lawn of Itirhah'ithai
a l.usln. In all Its Article 7 Tht* ntiniml nf tin. ,Cnlintx ll.i I will foi 1"1",1.,1, .
dairy "f'r 10" I. J, WIliluli.
FB l branches It..ld'.II.r"( "hll be hi.n..ln..t .. prttit to thf hlKheHt' and lest r ... ..0 her buohnnd. If she ..K. .bltuho. 1,11 Huvhex 0. .fr. .. Plluuliev Why not take a farm inventory this
To build. buxell.. equip op., 'rate' 't 1 of Hoe .t Ihl. co i lurntl.n i nn, 1 he at pulillc ,PIuiho'r> the following I' .. lucia 4 Mbwrn. sad .Kxentt: I F Hall anI JI"'wife.
( and own "I..nlloat. 11"'tnHhl.' .... "'itiIing 1.,1. M"I.\. in Januat" of eat.h > ""'"",. to.w It Hi'Ktn at a ",, ". If she Mnrrled. Kmma: Fretl Ifolmes'Hilton fall and install a system of farm accounts

ships ", , olli.r > ' at I 10( 'OO(I o clock A M or ." HOOTI thertafti '- (feet, North tool lOll f. v t nt I 'l'lmpii and I.nwrenee ( r, Il1'OrK" & Tampa ? You cannot find the leak
'I : and South-Kant of the bushnnd. and M. I. 0.-. .,
be used In ttilliIiSK. rIi.II 'r HH 1".leahl. at whit( 'h ". torni-r : Hallway I i ('born is '. coriifiatlonHKaiilxed
sill "w n. .lnl iiti.irter of the Sutit M. C. (born nnd I'. pa ) f' that takes
1 gation to purchase." there .h.1 h. .1..0 by n ml ." It-vast .| Mi. ( under the laws ot Florida, profits without some 2
all kinds of veaels etllon .d Mile C'. 4)."
rnnrtKaVe and lease the Rto 1,1,'rs. rd! nl I I 5. TouiiKhlp 25 South. .rn. and V
Pat Johnntori Rdward Jacknon
\ .1..101.
and boats. 1.11 I a|'Iti4L r.-l andtackle. for I h.* ensuing year Th 1"0 i .t 2'l I Kast, run North to the I.. l.lrlnanlon and her teurgcV KlernlfT.Vllllam I.. Mel. sort of records The Extension Division -
whalielt. \ aterrlBht dtr toi"* so I 'of the South-Kant quarter If sbe l>e .. ... sad
m media ..
(t- .hal n..1 Klniball. I.elllrh. Hannah Multoord the University of Florida 1.
JOhn will
N.orh h-tast of ( sad C'. 1
( nlers.. and riparian' IInd. t i-ly following l lout 1,05.-nt, of tumrter .nl,1 l.y. Simon n I Jesse O
I In general. to do and perform any actor nut.h annual meeting I e.rf.tinHtm'khold: 1 15. thence \Vest to 11 flight of '.u.l. M. Townnend and I Kdward MII.r. M.IRln.. help you to select a system.
necessary to accomplish and shall hv the Kail .d. her bnshand. II'k. I
acts expedient or era orvanlze pleitliiK from A""nl. OR' ". .. uei
5 I
or further any of the object their I own number a Pr-nld.;.nt.: ViceVrenident Il.n. esterl v along the A. More and her ...h..d. 1..1 M.rrll. "Henrx m Pullen.M'COrmlk.H'fan.t
or power herein mentioned and -to exercise Secretary and Treasurer of wato a po.nt|. due went ..r... and Mary A. . .11".1.
any and all other powers whfchi but the same person bw ltrtedKe ,point of beKlnnliiK. thence Kant '... .. _.. .If she be Joseph Nat I. Ialli.. ,% A Did you ever think of the relation
or natural person '-t'etary and r"y point of beKliinlnK. containing 37 I). More and W. IK '
co-partnership of the
I t could do or exercise and which are or Article N be stockholders of thin floor or I..". to satisfy I l >.... Watson It. More and ,.t- Kiiddcx 1..1"01. Hoddey U II R.Investment) nol Philip Company Dole farmer's bank account to the

Su may hereafter be authorised or permitted corporation .hal. at the first annualmeet ,li-red In said cause, with Int..r. nnd I'bnrlen II. U. .. corporation, under the laws tool shed ? Machinery depreciates
by law. and the enumeration of i ng. or thtreaftcr prac- ,1OHtHOated ..r.n.. elnlmlnic Inter ..".nlz.0
1; peclflc powers recMed herein shall In 11"1. adopt the nect-HMHrv b\.'-laws this 27th day of I..d. In this Ill deserlb- of Kentucky.i stIrs R HI.R I A. Smith.Jeorne Amelia I faster in the weather than it does in
or detract said ..
4 Ii no manner limit. abtdge .onl.rr'drI' Ih. government of thin' cor pu ration It' 1915. I..d- Tyler John A, Arscott Tlckell. J. H use. The time saved by having
a rust
I name of
general or nnjr
from the powers I.FF \Vlllnon.; Jr Knhrlam SYnod Alslna I A:
.lu- corporations by the la. of the Article 9. The highest amount of KHinnS A STKKll Special .. ..C..rlR..d- Wjlly and each of them be and th.y.. free implement will soon pay for the
k- of Florida. Indebtedness or liability to which this CumpIRIIAnl's Solicitors
A ; ARTICLE I. corporation: shall at any time be subject of l.hl..t... shed
Stock of this shall be the of Ten SIIKHIKK'S IT ,
l amount of Capital sum Thousand CAI.H {
r r Corporation *hal be : Thousand Iu'tollars. by the sworn Bil of Whi.>iur Y N**J a atimtrml Ttalc

It (16.OOO.00)> Dollar, dhrd Into One Article 10. Until the first election of NJVtlce Is hereby given that ." In this cause the a.<

1 u ) Shares of the par value the business and prudential nnd by virtue of a writ of ." l h.r..lnh.low. named are The Old Ta Gnmfr "Blood" in seed ia just aa important 4

4 .. "f One (; oO.OO) olfars each ; ,Ir. of this corporation hall be conducted sued out of the County Court .. r..ld..n. Citizenship T as it is in breeding amjmale.
-"- and 1J Includlnir sub- hv the following named eola County. FlorIdA. on the unknown to the (Com chiU Tooia to qoally

I I b: .Iboki h blh:11 Incornoratora. sons: W A. fimlth. President; : of Ocloh.r. A. D. 1915, and to that 1.1I\ sought In. General Tonic bwaaM ft contain the Scrub breeding animal produce scrub t
may paid for In currency. Llllle C. Smith.; W. r..I.d. a cause wherein G E. against .:
4 I,, I la labor. **rvlce*. or property, at a Carson. Secretary and Treasurer. 'Id O K. Southard.. doing >RE ORDERED That .e known tonkpropmztle..IQUININa offspring. You cannot expect to get

_, -a-. lut or raloatlon- be fl..d by the In- said officers shall adopt temporary bylaws ness as the Southard Contraction ... and her husband I she aD IRON. It act on the L. D good crops from seed that have
i by the Director.; and until the first annual meeting of I oany. are the IMalntlffs. and the Lucia Osborn her Brricbc tb no
t3 I .:& and paid for at suchUrn the stockholders.Article sylvania Oil Company. a Florida he be married, Katharine o' B a "blood" behind them. '
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'rROGRAM"COMPL I their''-( crte ,,onthe',; 'Island.: "''Mrs.SprensV the'farm he has chargo of,'lying,south.. yoncan and iend.H:' ,long;, Express incorporated. in the", pew 'I'eonsUta-.xC'1-,\ .,' ;

ORSESSIONS .Mrs.: ,C."''H. 'Funk and- h Mrs... Pleasant/Valley.'' ; : ) " or freight chars:**'paid at this end? U<>n",to hepauedODnext.Do..tb.i: : : : ( .. ? ,a

) ' : McCUln:; accompanied them, Mr and'Mrs.... Rails, Mr and Mrs.,.. Collector and ,donor', both: ,given ,w, ; . ) P' "

: OF'TEACBERS' INSTITOTE'NOV' : 26 Alfred Meyer*,went to,Orlando on Combs, of' St. Cloud, called. .on Mr*. credit |n' ' ''Receipt-sent: . i Miss Mildred' Cole,"'a. society Elrl.; { i

,:;\ Bandar to spend several weeks with Burnett Sunday., > person\ indicated by sender., bas I undertaken' the' task ofteformiug'the ; \'

'.'. J'J_ I hi. .grandmother Marion Warren and George Bur Shipping tag and further advice city of Camden, /N. J.;' ,.- ,*AThe'embroidery ,
nett last'week gave three days' workon will be'mailed' to-those who'' addressthe .
has been completed will be to attend this ... ... .. .. the '. .
The program county expected .o. . ... the prospective, rural mall route, Curator. ", industry .,of .'' x

for thy, Teachers' Institute to be held institute. >County Superintendent e near Mrs Fannie Bass'. Respectfully, Atore Islands employs over ,000 wo-. -
': .. the Osceola High School auditorium LAKE HAMILTON 4o Van ',:11 '>
E Yowell has prepared the The Pleasant Valley school will re- Hynlngr, Curator. men. ,
November program POLK COUNTY 0 "x
.t on 26th opening at
Nov. 15, after having! been closed o
open ur
4t(\ 9:30 a. m. All'' the teachers of the a. follows: for several weeks, due to the sickness 10 CENT -CASCARETS- '
.O..OO..OOOO..OO..OO. IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor nntnl1ll1lllllll1lllllllllllll\lllll1lllllllt! \

', Invocation ...___________________..__________________________Dr. A. J. Holt of the teccher. AnSwenin
Music ____________________________________________High School Orchestra Arrangements have been made for "Here is the
Address -..- Supt. C. E. Yowell a clay pit in a very convenient location Sick Headache Sour Stomach,
A Primary Reading; -d-Number; Work..Miss Emma; Yowell: Kissimmee i School I' and the pit will be opened up at RELICS SOUGHT HERE Sluggish Liver and Bowels-they WEBSTEI&
A class of children will be to illustrate work donein
( primary present work While You
once and clay spread on the roads Sleep. NEW INTERNATIONAL
Discussion led by __________ ____ __ Miss Iris Oliver, St. Cloud School leading east from town, and the FOR STATE MUSEUM Furred Tong-ue, Bad Taste, Indigestion MaauAti WEBSTOI.vcry
School Management ________ __ _Prin. R. M. Dorsey, St. Cloud streets will also be improved with Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches THE and
Discussion led by ______ ________ __Prin. F. D. Mileo, Whittier School clay. -- !i' come from a torpid liver and ,on day the,In.trot your t cnr..kl In tlivofltce rending,chop tlinruc
ii t The School a Center of Community Interest n-.._____ ___ _______ FLOR-1' and school you likely question tbe inenn+ "
''g __hhnnhn_ Miss Star Paisley, Finney Point School Three! new houses have just been CURATOR T. IIYNING. OF '; clogged bowels, which cause your I''!nil of sums a.1r word rdn1'ri"r-a! aukiWhat
I mukea mortar vock "y'thrloestionofLoradrtrt..nrthepronan
2 Discussion led by _________ Mrs. J. H. Steffee Shingle Creek School finished up, these belonging to Mr. II>A INSTITUTION LOCATEDAT stomach to become filled'with undigested 1 a ,

I A (Under this head Mr. B. E. Evans and Miss Anne D. Carson will explain ( Michaels, Mr. Wilcox and Miss Nield, STATE UNIVERSITY, ,', food, which sours and ferments I riiition. Now of Jttjatt-u Cicntiun an\\H but worn in all ttttt kind coaJfIliii of r't
their work with Corn Clubs and Girls'
: Boys' Canning of Bloomington, Ind. Messrs. Mich WRITES DEMONSTRATOR EVANS like garbage in a swill barrel. That's Cnc.tlon.Inlnn] nnsellt"tory.DioeTnphy I
Clubs. caw
) : lie lion, KorHffnVorc'*, Trndca, Art
1" INTERMISSION UNTIL _____ ___________ _______ _hh_ 1:30: aels and Wilcox will occupy their own : GIVING INFORMATION.T. the first step to untold misery-indigestion fcc.eiiccn, u>tt*IIl1alIINIrl'*. i. ?T
Pt (A picnic lunch will be served to the visiting teachers and school houses, and Mr. Jones is moving into foul gases, bad breath, yellow 4OO.OOO Words. '\. r wt
CJOO; lIIuatraUon. \
w officials by the Kissimmee teachers.) the Nield] house. Van Hyninp, curator of the Flor- skin, mental fears, everything that is Cost$4OO.OOO.
Literature in the Primary and Intermediate Grades ___ i .
hnhhh '
____- -_--_____-__----_______----Miss M. C. Bryan, Kissimmee School This week four new houses have ida State Museum at the Universityof horrible] and nauseating. A Cascaret 2i00r.coa.
Discussion led by ______________________Mrs. Laura Lee, St. Cloud School been started, being those of Messrs. Florida, Gainesville, has written to tonight will give your constipated I II I, Tleonlydlettonnrywlth tAo armdietdedpnoqmr: 1 j > t I '
If.* A Normal Course in the County High School __ ___ B. E. Evans farm demonstrator of adaricod tu "Ai bU'ok. of I
nnnnhnn Payne, Bradberry, C. Harvey and bowels a thorough cleansing and : ." ,: 'aImit
___ _____ --Prin. R. M. Evans, Kissimmee School Osceola] county, asking his co-opera- I Oeelu. ryd
Discussion led by ________ Mr. C. N. Carnes, St. Cloud School Davis. A number more are to be straighten you out by morning. They I : Peper[cr. Jcm .1
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tion in securing articles for exhibition On thin, trrmir, r
.', School officials, patrons and all who are interested in school work are .built here soon. 1 I I work while you sleep-a 10-cent box Iiidfn piipcr.Vlmt opnnue n ...t... ." I.
in the The letter, in part,
museum. ,
cordially invited to attend. Messrs. McCullom, Powers and : from your druggist will keep you feel- f trtlo-i to own jrferHmvt.
reads follows Web.tcrlnaform M light 41 fMWEIIA/ \
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------------ Mosnat attended the Fourth District ing good for months. mid no ronronicMit to u'el '
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OOOOO.. caucus at Winter Haven on Monday The Florida Slate Museum is a museum I Onohnlf of the Itccuiur thicknr.s. iuiiUoo.Deeular end. "', ,; ,

ti STATESUNDUYSCHOOLCONVENTION OO.OOOOO.O O afternoon. of the people of Florida. It Mrs. Bartlett Boder, of Whitestone Edition. : r 'I' 'I S

helongi] to them. It therefore behooves I L. 1.., who has been driving an army On d rang hook leper. Wt. t. '
UNION CKNTKK'\ : ITEMS O Mr and Mrs. W. E. Doan and their i I4'Ils.' Si.ellll.JtIl':! .' .
every public-spirited citizen to truck for the British army, is homeon emc hea. .
AT MIAMIMARION son, Vance, were given a farewell reception -I wtl.far.p.eLrp a. r
..0000 000000 O 0 0 0 0000..0 H H>J>+ at the hotel Tuesday eveningby contribute towards its upbuilding.They a furlouirh. .,1.u, i'
M ntt n tliii
R A. Young, dashepn expert of the the Women's club and their famlli I can do this in their spare time London has elaborated the trades p..o.......-... ,

LAWRENCE, OF CHICAGO Department of Agriculture at Wash- i ies. Mr. and Mrs. Doan and Vance at no expense.There < idea to include the work of yes e.s 1 ;'
is community w _po4.W mqI a'i
,- AND LEON C. PALMER OF ington, D. C., railed on Ira Wether- Doan are leaving for Kansas; City, in every outfitting women with the equipmentto ;
nearly household something e G. & C. .4 "
; ,, MONTGOMERY ALA. TO BE bee last week. After Inspecting the Kans. They have been residents here interest'nml every value to the museum/ face life's struggle. KERRIAM! ,
AMONG SPEAKERS AT SES- field and taking a number of photos for a couple of years. -- --- ---- "" CO,
which has but little] intrinsic value and .
RufTraKists are now working s
SIONS NOVEMBER 18, 79, 20 he made the statement that the yield Arrangements are being made to C1 aptadWdMsss.OkWtIIUHuLIUUHiUWIUIIUIIYL'll.. \
Honer or later is lost through oblivionor hard to get an equal suffrage clause
AND 21. and quality was fine. He took several test growing sugar beets here. Thereare : tr -
of the tubers with him to be used a number of farmers here who ---
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Historic Relics-Articles of house
The fourteenth annual Sunday as specimens. grow sugar beets in the North, and it .
use that were brought to Florida in
school convention of the state of Blanche and Jeanette Lawson were is believed that it might, be possible times handmade
early or pioneer's
Florida is to be held in Miami November to grow them here. The Board of I
delightfully entertained last Saturdayand articles, such as old dishes, furniture,
18, 19, 20 and 21. Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Long- Trade has arranged to supply the kitchen utensils, looms, spinning May Lumber Co.I 11

Special rates have been granted on enecker at their home In Kissimmee. seed for these tests, which will be wheels fire place belongings, manuscripts -

all railroads and transportation lines Everett Smith came down from Or- about one-tenth of an acre each. books, legal] documents ,or Wholesale and Retail Dealers !I. ..
of the state. The Florida East Coast The grading at the crossing of the
lando and was their guest on Sunday anything representative of the pio-
railway, the Van Line from Jacksonville Atlantic Coast Line railway and the
Roy Bell spent Sunday with Charley neer days and development of the YELLOW PINE LUMBER
and abd\it
to Miami, and the public highway, one mile northof
state are needed.:
Occidental steamship lines will sell Lake Hamilton, has been completed. 3
l. the Rosier Lawson made a business War relics-Munitions, cutlery, and Laths 3
tickets for the round trip work has been done Shingles
uniforms, equipment etc., all
trip to Orlando last week. camp ,
price of one way fare. All opening up, grading and surfacingthis
) roads will grant a rate of 4 cents per Keet TlDdall, wife and baby were road, so that it is now in very fair are wanted. HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY: Pi
Also, Indian relics, stone and flint }
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Story
1 mile for round trip. These reduced on condition most of the way. A road to
i tickets can be purchased at any point Sunday. the north has been needed badly for along implements, such as battle-axes, celts, AD we ask isgletjv figure OB your estimates.Courteous .

in the state direct to Miami. These The following ladles called upon time. arrow and spear points, pottery (even Attention and Delivery r
broken fragments) gathered from the
splendid rates are assuring an unus- Mrs. Bascomb Fletcher last Wednesday ;, ;
0000..000..0000000000000.0 mounds and shell heaps and cultivated
ual interest in this gathering, as peo- afternoon: Mrs. Sam Barber, 0O fields. Phone 21 Kissimmee, fla.

ple on this occasion can travel from Mrs. C. M. Smith and the Misses PLEASANT VALLEY NEWS Fossils-Petrifications from the

the west coast all the way to the Susie Bell and Evelyn Smith. ... .... ;JI, A 4
i f.o..o.O..O.O.O. stone clay quarries and from the
Magic City and return for a small J. E. Harvey has been quite 111 for .: -
phosphate mines such as shells, teeth,
came i several days with malaria fever. Rev. Melmaker, of St. Cloud '
I con- bones, etc., large and small, even if
Marion Lawrence, general secretary Miss Iva Nelswonger is the C. E. ducted Sunday school and preaching I fragmentary.In THE ALL PURPOSE CHARCOAL STOVE (, -

of the International Sunday leader for next Sunday night. The services at the school house Sunday. collecting remember the museumcan -;r t

School association, with headquartersin topic Is "Churches United In Service" Next Sunday Rev. Northup is
expected -
use any quantity-simply get allInvigorating The Gem -
Chicago, will be the principal found In Isa. 62: 7,8. to meet with the Pleasant Valley ;

speaker. Mr. Lawrence is consideredthe Mrs. Smith and Evelyn called on people. I ..\ -

best Sunday school man on the Mrs. Meyers one day last week. Messrs. Moorehead and Burnett had to the Pale ana SicklyThe ECONOMICAL DURABLE '

North American continent. Mr. L. C. Old BUndird gnrrml itrengrttienliur tonic .
Dr. and Mrs. Funk arrived last business in Kissimmee Monday.:
rt. Palmer, !general secretary of the Alabama week and will the winter Mr. Malaiia.enriclie the bloodandbotlds ATTRACTIVE t
spend, at Bailey, of St. Cloud, inspected ... I . '1,
L .\ Sunday School association, will k. A true\ tonic. Por adults and nptheo"1 .t.

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'. T- -- - This little stove i b built to stand r !! r 1
The beet Sunday school talent to be & ; f '
. 1 ,.
r rough -- made ' : .found in Florida is also to appear on usage ... ,o'r'" ,
I the program, and the array of talent sheet metal-it will give the best ,

,I is the strongest ever offered to the of wear and service. It'a much \.

people of this state. I easier te handle than the
All Sunday schools] within the state r A'urea potand it will not crack or ;

, of Florida regardless of denomination flLJII break. It will boil the week's i. -
delegates ]- .'
are entitled to send as many a -
as desired. The Miami wash, heat irons and cook a meal __

I, churches will entertain all these delegates with a very small amoui\p of- -- I'

- on the ]Harvard plan, that is, charcoal; in winter it can be used for heating purposes. No smoke, no odor. l

lodging and breakfast will be furnished These stove<< are very ornamental and are (uamtteed to five absolute !,

. free. satisfaction. PRICE $1.50. For sale by all progressive dealers. f"'

. There are many special features THE FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY '
planned for this gathering. The parade
3650 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville Fla.
" is to be a novel affair, and perhaps "fFYY
Send for our general car....... a
, will be the largest and best ever

held in the state. Numerous banquets, -
at which time special phases of Sunday C. A. CARSON President N. C BRYAN, Secretary. "
I school work will be emphasized, Two ,

will be held. Conferences covering puwe

f every department of the work will ou FavoriteShotguns The Waters & Carson 11

likewise be held. Special attention : I

will be given to departmental work,
f and the work of the Sunday school and the ''

superintendents stressed. and officers will be I v.rA Grocery Company' ?

t The church forces of Miami are A Lined ..

, manifesting an unusual interest in Wholesale and Retail Dealers in \ : tf(

this gathering and the plans being on shooting is plentiful. Arid it
laid are definite and complete. The GROCERIES t"

Miami chamber of commerce, the civic shooters know where the right dope comes $'.

organizations and all the church people r 1
"" from-and that itleads straight to Remington- UMC .;
" of the city are preparing to welcome ,:r.44440444o4ooaa4o

,;t'\ the people of Florida to this t t(,'

fC,.. convention. It is hoped that no Sun- THE Remington-UMC Pump Gun and Autoloading Gun these are the O 4 4 4440040 0 4 0 fyi !

'. day school or community in the state of today. Adopted everywhere for use In the field and over the 0 O WE SELL: 4 0 WE BUY: f. ;-

f. will miss this opportunity, the inspiration traps--shot by more of the men who are setting the pace in the 4 0 4 0 '
the education, the fine fellowship / O HAY 4 4 O ..
-' this gathering will give, but sport than any other make of guns in the world. - -- > 00 4 HIDES :
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0 GRAIN 4 4 .
} will see that delegates are sent. It In the matter of Shells-where is the sportsman who does 4. stn 0 4 + FURS O 17I
goes without saying that the school I I 0 FERTILIZERS 00 4 OO
9r+'' which pays the fare of its delegates not know the Remington-UMC "Speed Shells," Steel Linedt t I O 4 WOOL OO

h in order to assure their attendance 'all the drive of the powder kept back of the shot and showing h Row SHINGLES 4 0 O 4 AND OO OO

i makes a most splendid investment. results that flatter..any make of gun? rt ,,;, ORANGE BOXES O 4 '
' Miss Fay Clark is superintendent of J
For the right dope-see the Remington-UMC Dealer. lIe O ORANGE WRAPS, 4 O O ,
M schools in a Washington county of 4 O 4 COUNTRY

9,888 miles. displays the Red Ball Mark of Remington-UYO-the signthat 4 VEGETABLE CRATES O O i iO
his store is Sportsmen's Headquarters of the town. a .N- 4 CRATE NAILS OO + )k!
+ Miss Miriam Gerdine has organised
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,, f bank at Yonkers, N. Y., with a capital Sold by" your home de a I e r' and 870 s i2' n 0 '+ + 4e + ooaooo-o00 + 40400 + 0 00 . 0 / ,

of $150,000. ,
other l e a'd'. I n 1r n&rchants in Florida We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. .. ':. J3

i The new; Woman's bujldingat' the .' .r Wi attention to litting out hunting and camping .
s isey County, Minn., Poor Farm i I '1-.'eM Ail.eU.tst1I.Y11I c...'Ui* C*.. W.............. ((233 BnUmj) few T.t City NtfAO.1 give parties. '
Free delivery in city limits. :Phone Mo. 12. 9'i I b$

i'r '',rill have a smokink den for the old We are county agents fur good fertilizers. Ask us for circular-and pricfw '., ,

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Pub Sell**! DUN.. .. R. },f. Evans, tea sch i''r oordt> FOR'' r 31xito, I r'It" "r
PREVENTIVE i FOR ii To bal. from cut 15.41 Ited relation. ..*_u *._.. ,1.00 lffilfTr ,JIl eta tl1. ,. nt. : f
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13 y' paid warrants reportft---- '1.115 C. )e. Tow.ll. freight -._____IT"J. It.n I tags -cloa* tn; 12 per.uioni .E. I !feN" l"*, c and ; .
I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR J 11'. NI wonB.T, posts edt 1._ 5E; WellaR.4E.tat&;{i and'Insrknee .
Balance ------- -.-__. .... (.61 Jas. O. Tyson labor sch 11 _...' MSMS partI uia.-'to.. Ir F\pr ., 1s.ImmeeParic1' : !
T1 .- HOOKWORM.ISSHOES Pub Bekawl Dial. N*. .. Yellow Pine Lumber Co., lum (\yiOi.Posste; .. Are,;.> .T5iflfl: I. .4 4'-U .. '

To bal. from last report 1011.88 bar eh 1 i__-__.-..____._.. f. , ,"

"" Mrs1. W. G. McClain I. the fine new By pajd warrants aa per 1----- "Its.' SO Miss Mr.. Lottie Khoda awlar L.uca.., sal sup.aoh colt 4 t..,. 45.00 ,STRAWBERRY PLANTS- Send $2. 0 THICK J GLOSSY HAIR. . .!if I .,',

Balance ..'_. Miss fimma TySon, tchr soh 40.00 for 1,000. Cabbage plants at fUO. "
STAT HEALTH OFFICER DISCUSSES secretary for the. United Brethren 87.88 Mice: Edna tit : FREE FROM DANDRUFF ,
Schwelkart. soh 40.00
Peach plum andcherry tree .
Sub Brhol ni We. 4. pear : "
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j DISEASE AND SHOWS Endeavorers Union Center, near To bal. from Jut report ._ 19811... Charlei 1'. liulknap._ sal tehr at 10 to 15 cents each. John-Light- '-I:--,. : t' .t
a"h No. 29 ___._.______.____ -40.00 '
Tr HOW IT IS MORE PREVALENT Kissimmee. liy paid warrant. a* per list __ 188.U6 Mellta A. Johnson, sch 40 ._.. 16.00 foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf Girls! 'Try Ht Hair get.oft,}fluffy and" : :
H. sal tchr ao.oo
IN RURAL DISTRICTS WHERE Convention time has come at last. Balance S761.48 .iot''j. ta.'t.'ji .
? - Mr*. rl sal 4O.OO: beautiful-Get' a 25:,cent Voitie.; :
i4 BOYS GO BAREFOOTED MOST Before this is before the eyes of our II." Krbool l>l... No. B Mr.. Lella Harvey tchr snh 18Mr 40.00 LOST-Leather bill book containing '" '
To tial. from laat report '_ 181 08 *. Llla Harvey sal tchr sch Of Danderine.. ;
OF THE YEAR. readers the good times in Tampa, liyapald warrant a* per hat &.00 18,14Sl)3' 1 --__ __--___._--_ B.OO Elk's card, personal cards and receipts .
Mica Hamel I Norton tchr sch ST 40.00 If you care for heavy hair that glls-> '....
Weirsdale and Kissimmee will have of E. E. '
Balance 12COBb Mr.. Nellie Wrtherbee. sal tchrch all bearing name "

; By DR. J. Y. PORTER been over. But the memories of these II. rbool !>!.<. N*, a <6Mr ______un __ _ _u__. 40.00 Naugle. Reward if returned to tens" with beauty andis racl1ant'witJJ, 'j
To bal. from laaraport-------- 14798 *. Nelll Wctherbee. sal tchr softness and I '
1 State Health Officer. good times and their helpful influence By paM warrant a* per Hat _ IK.65 ach 86. H H I) 6 _hUn_____ 6.00 Valley Gazette office. tf life; has an 'incomparable 'fi ,
\V H. Maklnion Co. auI'. *ch is fluffy and lu trou.,.tIT Danderine. 3
will we hope, never pass away. . _ __ 18248 \V W. Waklnaon C;,.. sup sch 1 .10 "." ,
The who trusts to luck to The having been- non UPKtert. u h Koas (Jra,'.... cup ,BI 8. uu 90 Just one application doubles the -. t .
man come press secretary, H. t: County 'Frea.Varrnie Alex, FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway.
H ynea. rent arh 26 ____ _ 4 00 :
out all right, comes out all wrong. invited "expenses paid," to the con- .' Irwi lh- sun, of 82174 37 rim* W Oooilall labor si-h 86 16.80 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat; beauty of your hair besides >It Immediately -
,re XII ml n iMt anil CH iictllO 1 In CJIIIMIDalanci < H.Mila Hdw. i1.* arh 1- .
sup of
The laws of Nature unlike man- vention of sputhwestern district, to ....HHtOIIHill I $7 20. 4-826. 5.. 30. 2-85 3'. 29 completeily equipped for cruising.Will dissolves eVery particle \ ,

Were approved and warrants. made laws, work unerringly and with- meet this week in Tampa, a full itinerary iHHUIMl nH rollOWHl1 JMrn il I H Hpcfoe. trans pupil* sell at very reasonable price. ,

$, out exception, toward definite results. with- many stops have been arranged .I 1C Yow <' II.I eel unt. . $ 12'ull..rH."H..II.M'BI'I,2" (. (:mV : > HI-II B. S S I' 8 _uun_ . 22 60 See or write W. W. Saunders, 318 heavy, healthy hair if you haft. \ ,;
\ < HIIHH. M H I I1 I. 2 mei'fi t in'' OHr He who hopes or expects that he will along both routes going and 1 \\ Ill l IS'" S H I' 6ulH __ -- _ _-- _ -_ - 160 Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf dandruff. This destructive robs
the penalty of to Interlachen from Tampa. J S 11'1111.on., M K l J' I. 2 13 returning
'? or may perhaps escape ; S i. ,upf.'r.MPH iini.. trenn __ rift :til .,'h r". K S i' 3 n _.__ n 11 00 '
violated natural law and plans his The home office will probably not be M I.' Son:: l *. nnt Hrh NoNo i 7 l l4I III. C S A enlabor H.-li. 29 u. 100 I NURSERY TREES-Valencies. Par- its very Jife, and if not overcome; it
n.: II\ Wniiiliill.. janitor ciii 1 (" I"III SlIM l.iitll.noollltl.. HHl I nr-h 2 4(1() 110
conduct accordingly is doomed to disastrous reached the latter part of Novem- .' W I 1"1|>iK.v, janitor aihphoniH No 3 27..11) :.MlHH i his. Campbell' t.-hr cob 22 411 00 son Drowns and Tangerine' Rough produces a everishness and itching of ,
KlHH T.-l I'd at-.It NoMlHH I .MlHH I-Mil- I'll.-1111.1 i Hill ",'h'l I 40''(Illl ') fl
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the root famish
t !' disappointment. ber. It is good to moot: the friend: 92 Ml "flII'I ("u :tIt r r22r. r." ,, :MIHHIIIH I, lti, > aii ( 'arson. a.T- Lemon Sour and Grapefruit stock scalp; ,

The State Board of Health receives this month of November, jiving a real .M Kiaim.iV Hal. trhr H-h I i iI oil \ i I. ... ( .innlliu Hull __ _ Fid "ill from Bassen er Hammock Nursery loosen and die; then the hair falls out i
.. .. _ .
II K I I'liirk. oIr (KO. 2! oni
frequent appeals from every part of Thanksgiving; sort of feeling in the MlHH\ =NurtlH AlllllMllaM (, Mar, t (H '.(...I. .tell"i HI-II'"( 1l.ltnei I 1111111"..Ii. I"Iii I I II I I I 11.11.1"I i HUP H,-h S . .1 i 4u for sale cheap by Henry W. fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of ,

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the state, rehearsing physical ills. heart of "the little .secretary." IHH ( '1,,"a l.i.i ill' .. It. r 7r. "" I I.i It I KIOUII.: ]al.i HI h 2 tllr-I Sin'th Wauchula Fla., Route 2403mo Knowlton' Danderine from any drug ;' '

These complaints vary with the sea- State President Curry expects to ;MlHH iI, :INN I\'i,7;,:. ,'. SMlHH I '' llh.ii *I, .. :: :: :: :1f. :1)11 III .l.nk. SlniinoiiH, l.ihur H. h_ 2 2 OO store and just try it. f

_ _ _
.. .. M Tllli-i.( IIIH H.-h I 2'100' ,
sons of the year, as various illnesses attend all the conventions and the I : l I Klh.; I 'I,.Z \\ r..1 .. .. ,:'0 III, I \ i : I I'l'.nuM.' t I".. Hrh 16 6'I nil ,

,, thrive_ especially in the warmer or state Miss Huth Coffin I : i ,Is. 1.1(1 loin('".. I.a'Helch.-il.lei I .. .. .. f.Hf..r. .i'll'II'' t \\111.,'. \\illhiniH., HUI.|> m-h 2"r.- 58M.o. I -- -- .;--- ... -- ... 1IJ".X""
secretary ,.. ... .. II -* I l.iti. IK- \\ !it)iii .r. cli i' I' i hr ,* .- ,
I.MlKHMlK: i 'I) ..
I I I U .1,1,1.1. or.: ""
.. .. .. 4 il. I\H sch) 2t ]il no.Ml ( .
cooler months but winter :
of them. workers
Other / f
summer state ( .
or some I !I' Hi' \JIII. or:[ "III '
> .. .. / :Molv" t IIHIIM MUllllfl Hell
-, spring or autumn, come calls for help and; of the disttirl i lenders! will I MixH. H.ll I \\Ih.iix. .. .. .. ff; "I" r.. s s 11 :3 a 75N.ill
I many 1M't 'is MM I I I Hifill. ItiiMilll.i'iiMi I. '0rIi's "" 1./ .
.,, ,
I .. .. \ : It.inK 1 .r Jni-k-
hookworm.For \' I.. '.i ,'1" f;:. 'niiII'.M .. fVMen's
against he in"hight and nt the
I use conventions .. I I" .
"M\lll' 1. III i 7 MIOM 40OO) OOlit.
., ., , , ,,
? nil' l 'rlllllllllHIlOM.II 5r; in
, ,
the hoard haw fought this I in their .district! t fields. May (; elI1l1) :I Iin., \ c' ni', Mm., .. ... ". i::. .... '-I, 1-ii.K, of KIMM lilt 7Bi':(: 1KB 07 and Boys'ShirtsMoore's
years .. .. ,... Mi-- i l\ S IHi.nnit sal I'hh )
i IMHMISK I I..ot"! I l.a wlii ::. .
i It. i
,. .
disease. Advice ( u' to make this the best series, of , .. .. .. )i ,.1{ _ Sib .
debilitating\ has )IK-CD Meilm.i" KII.-H II. I.; "ii ,, .
l .. .. .. \\ (K: U .11 i -i on Si Cloud.h
freely given and the simple reim-ily (conventions; ever held in Florida.Here I M II ISM.Mls liul,',h (c'I.III.I .. .. .. ',:f... "". "lit',d t I li't I I "i I ( I IK 300) ""
I Kinin.i: -i '"'' II. 7 I'd I , ,,
.. .. .. Mi' \tiiM i I'HrHon. director ofHi
has Keen supplied free to those who / is II list of sonic of the sorirics i.Ii ,' 10".1.,11111"" , I 1'.i.- .. .. r.I I I tJitl: ( t'lnb. 11ars -
., .intilriK apiiearei" I tifMM Oe & tt cb.ed.
.. '
M I" I. \ \\ Ith' .1./1.I I'llI ,, > ... .
.. I I' i I lioiitd .Hml ankei
t I 1 I the t few per-
J could not pay the small cost. Sections : orjjani/.ed during past Ii ] I H! \1 1M I Ii'! .-' 1 f 5. 1 1.III Old ,
.. .. I 11 Ii.< I I Ilif rlllH I I licl.itiKl'iK I t t.> BaldHtl 1 -
: and communities have been relieved weeksDorcas, in West l-'loridn I by; '! INK < -oi.', i I I. M J.II, I (nei .. .. 711 .1,1".; nliiL, ( ,lull, \\ ho ntti'txl flchool. h. al1 '
i i4
( XllNM;
ii. M 'or:f. "
.. 1 I ln\\'il I In. .ilt, I ,'!nl a Hliorl' ,'our,,- of InHII ,
from this under the ,t" ("onfrregatiomfl pastor Hev. .1 os- I \ !l III' lull MlllH' :: III , Patent Closed Sleeve Shirt
directionof :
i scourge :11,5: :i I. i:ii i ,aM I., ; v i il1.H : : : :: 111 """ Iii i l I. Mi-Id on the 16th. 17th
the board. A few months have "I'h|' Kac-h. I.uraville union ,in t North i \ | i 1,11.,1() tut Sh.idaM ,," ".. .... ..'. r.r..,,", .IIH| l. ',,1-tti j ji t ill November IVrmlmilonI .
: i INK I 1-:11.1:, I MlllH I f.f. iii'' I I' .PmtinltJ Nov. 1. UIlD
Central district. in Central .. .. .
passed the disease has returned to Aster i K KvariM,
( \u appeared
MlNH KlMl.i IxiollttleMI ( hf '"IiI '
.. .. .. i 1"\:: : :;: Ircll .C
M'rR. [ ) ii itml and, anker
the communities and the field. Sarasota with Hebb, I Iss I lil Ii 1111\ 6'. f.'. liii pr-
same good sec-j .
11 M I IHIIH.-.V xch I in. S S I H 1 2r. iii'' 1 I ,MiiHNliin I I lluil "niplntH-ril. i f the HoyB'. for itself.
I work has been undone, because pre- retary for Presbyterians in southwestern :MiKH i Com, I. Maine.I H.h I 1CH S S I ( 'HIM I '111". all.-ni1lriK Hrhool ltf.> allowed (.peaks "
I No; 1C I 1 111''liii' I In atti-titl, a ,,,,','flig, on thi IHth of No-
vention has been neglected. district. [ N; < 'in, lien. .ch Ifi. S S II 1 1 1" 'Ill' \ 1,1(1,1. I'i-rmlHulon. was "arantedj ( Look it. Full !\ \
There is a new Junior and Intermediate :MI IsI' ( iltuile Mlllx I ach No I It, \ M-illoii( HlKtid. by the trunt*4fl. andpalroiiH at \
Hookworm starts from what is S S l > No; 1MrH I 1 II [Ii" of HI hool' No 12 wan presentedto .. .
known reported for St. Petersburg:, : l.a in a 1 Ach 1 IS, S S 1) 1 I" ii tinlioalil, ARkliiK. that the preiientliaihir made ,',
commonly as "ground itch. :MHH| KatherlniShanoan, M<-h 16 I i In- i emovert and another appoint cut right,
e Through the skin of the feet the germ' latter in the Congregational church. I S S I Ii No 1MIKH 11111" I
And a Junior /ephyrsville.. This : I ICthi-l: I Mllln.I I c,'h Ifi. S S l 1MlMH I I" 'i' ,1I..I.r.lIlI..n( In lh* mtld arhool the fast best /
4 enters the body and reaches a certain : Klula I liHillltliHell 1R. H I I hoaril .1 1< i-hi<], <1 I to i. aHH the prftaent. teach- p colon Q...., * _.**. .'-. I "
last was started by Mrs. S. L. Jachen S I 11 No 1MlBA I I I" "Iii i I to ifHluo nt I the i end of the amondmonth
stage of development in the digestive ( Irla H\tT.'. Ac-h IK. S S l" 1 I Iii ''Iii of school and directed the BUp material in connection - -"'. --'..." o -_. )
organs. There it multiples! and diverts ex-state Junior superintendent. In .1 l II Iion.-Kari. fK( Ach 22 r Si'' i , tiit' |iil-tit to necure another teacher
S H Keltic, ( CU ('. Ach l.'iHopklnA 2 411 T M Ill ii rph y. conti1judHTe.' tenderedhlM \ I
north central there is Intermediateat
to its own support the red corpuscles an & Kempfer. Aupk! IhrA I It-port: of hun:terM lir*-ii,,,sH Hold ilurIIIK ( 'Yp1i.7 ) with; ;the

_p. of the blood depleting the Lake Butler in the Christian -h) SI 7 'ifKI."lmm..e > (. the( month of October AhowfnK atialance I -. I
utntier Co. rnat rlfll of 12100 turned over to the )
strength of the victim. The loss of church of which Rev. Coleman is pas- i .('h 29 _u _- 10 If county treasurer to the credit of them ;: ... ...=?.:';.._ patent sleeve I \
C S Acre*'. lahor Ach 29 _ 16 n (hool I TuiKlV ...- -...... /
tor. also have nice Junior
: essential vigor is manifested in decreased They a so L'nderwood Typwrlter Co ex, \ I Harbi-r ,'..unty tax .nnnefiHor.tendered . make it absolutely -
ciety. of pnwrltera _ __ __ 17.60 hue report of' the amount KHHeaiod .-
physical energy and mental ('aNon )Karmer. Ins tieS' No.un 1 20110) \ I In the( C,'\er..1. Hperlal* I..." nchi) ,.oldlntrlctn I Price Only I I
strength to the extent of diminishing: Mr. Samuel Bowles of the Springfield - W<-At. Dlnlnfectant "'0. aup ach 1MrA 19.20 < the BEST B.- -, _'r _PM i* mi..-

; Bodily> efficiency by fifty per cent or Jacksonville leadership and Mice. J.l.ula II Slefrce.4 irm<,nd.lull cal tchr tchr eCu Bch 3 H (II' It l lVltt of the Itrowri I Daccoia wan Appointed Illl I i :.Schoolorchentrn. tnntrucror SC:>c made. f.'. _"" ...a'I_.._.,-
work shirt
president of the Jacksonville city No 5. H S I ) No 8 u . 9000 > and allowed |25 OO per .r..d.
of sr*
more or the mind
dulling .
to month for aid nervtceAThe
prac. F l> Mil.e. tchr ach 13. S S 1> 3 9000 I
ti tical stupidity. union, is a very active worker local- :MlA Carrie Yon. Ach 1 4. S S l n 4 .Ii U" following headIer were appointed Twelve Good Reasons Way the PATENT I
MIRe Celella HamAdcl.. tchr Bch Sirs. It I II I Iximey Hi-h No IK I
Passing off with the evacuation ly. He thinks that the Springfield 19. H 8 II No 4 _ .600 Slice. Clara Heckert. nch No 2H Sir"
u u
of Presbyterians have one of the best I. I.. Jordan. eel. tchr ach 20 \V .600 I I. C Wheeler ach No 11. and Miss SLEEVE is Better Thai the Old Fashion
the body, the germs infect the soil. Pearl JohiiAon ach 20W n 31i 00( Kettle 1'herlKO ach No. 41.
societies for children workers ni Florida MlAA Iva NlHwonicer tchr lich 23 000 1). I I' ta.uleraon was appointed su- I
They are scattered to some extent by MIA 1\ n Niaw oiifcer, Aal tchr sen ,pervlnor. or school No. 41. Opes Sleeve, and there are more:

,s rains and by the tracking footsteps of and probably he is right. 23. H S II 6 u'_u u __ 500I. There belnic no further business hefore I .
We have some fine 'district I I. A. YOUIIK. eel tehr ach 25. II the board they adjounmil untilthe ,
animals and pf man, and the infection very "day _ _ _ n _ u _ 1925 next regular meeting:
presidents at work. Among: them are Mia Rote McKenile. ach 21. 12 W <- BAtffl. Chairman 1st-It is closed and will not rip or soil the ._- '

spreads to larger area. From this Infected day _ u__ __ n 2.00 Attest C E YOWKIU Snpt I
area the Mrs. Rev. Geo. Marsh, Mt Dora, for MlA 1,01(tie Huff tchr Arh 49. 4000 underwear.
begin the
germs anew
,:i central work; Miss Anna J. Gunn at MlA Star I'alAley. Ach. >15> __ n .500 Cures Old Sons. Otter .s.aisi. W..'t Cv*. I
cycle of harm, by entering again the A. J. N\trom. auppllea arh.
at; Miami, for southeastern district; No. 11-186.06. 281.0. S 8 The worrtc -.,no matter of bow lone landing-
feet of new or of old sufferer\ I> No. 4 __ __ __ _ 17712C. arc cured by the wovderinl. old lli.ble I>c
uuu.n If the button off it will hang i
2nd not
t The cure' is Earl Cavanaugh, Tampa, fro south W. lieputy' labor *ch 16. 8 Port .'. Antiseptic Hrillnc Oil. It rail,.. comes
a simple one, and the western field work Rev. F. P. I 8 I) No. 1 _un___,_ __-___ 5(10 Pal. and Hc.l. at the a ...e time. 2.50.3Oc tljat -
SW more serious part of the fight against ; Strong: down in the way like'an open sleeve.
ill Sanford, leading; south central district --
44 the disease in Florida has been to discover -
those who ; Rev. G. V. Albertson of DeLand, OOOOO' OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOtO Oo OOO""O"O' I
are infected rather 3rd-It is adjustable, having two buttons on
than to. cure the disease when east central, and Wm. George T.rail..ii.imply'._.A

U ha. been ,Jtentlfled. Thymol once and Coffin, brother of the state secretary, '" H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY it. -p.d- Ja..r. ,gift U4th ,

; Epsom salts are the remedy uniform central.efficiently; serving as leader for north- art", I I r. .:

y. ly effective,; but the former chemical -Wear it open it, i i. COOL in summer. .

; la dangerous in the hands of but Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Finney, both -jfl
any former state officers but who FLORIDA "TA. Led a' Eitcl>anlil. /. B.I", Mora
the skilled physician, inasmuch as the RopiJty Developed THan Any Oil,., Slot in Cn. Uniom 5th-Button up close it is WARM in winter. .
years were missionaries
dose -
proper varies largely with the

: : and among the mountain whites, are now
age physical
condition of the
patient I well closed.
6th-Can it .
living near Aster, Florida, and active wear just as open as

But of course in the new society there.
more important to the BREAKER & BARCLAY

unIty at large is the prevention com-of Were your meetings good last Sunday 7th-To roll it up is simply to push it up anti it will stay. ',

hookworm. ? Did you learn more of faithful I 5
No one is or can become i i: Real Estate and Insurance
I immune to it. The sure preventive is service for Christian Endeavor ?' A.nd 8th-Can shorten it by turning back the cuff or roll it to any desired

shoes did your study of Increase and E ; ; for the hookworm germ can late Kiss immee, Fla. length-DO open end to drag it down.
not penetrate leather. October, fit you for more I

e Of course this is expert, more consecrated work ? If Fmrm La,,".
cure more or less '
a punishment for the average boy, for so, then the C. E. ideal of progress is CUr 9th-It is longer and made wider from the elbow down which is

) it robs him of his being realized in the Florida State Ora",. Cnna
time-honored privi Union. T.c/, L....,. I very important giving plenty of elbow room and wearing

t loge and right to go "barefoot." For J. M. COOPER. Cl.rkClassified Col..i.a'. La,,",
And now next news-letter look for
J .the reason that the country boy more longer. I

4 ,: usually than his city cousin, does accounts of the conventions bo beheld OOOOO"'OOOO'OOOOOO 'O"6 O"6"OO"'OOO'O'O

Jrt most of his traveling without shoes, this week. 10th-It saves the "wash woman." No dirty streaks to rub out on

". the disease occurs mainly in rural diY ,- Grace A. Townsend. .. . . . . ....... . .. . .<+++++++... .. . . . .. .. I under sleeve. i ;
Y tricts.A .
There is a suggestion of the cape .'

in the census rural to schools discover was this made infection some I I In many of the new garments. L i Advertisements i [ llth-No lost time with it-jsaves you enough time to pay for .

years ago, in a number of the counties your shirts. I fI

: of central Florida, with the result _ _ . _ I \
of discovering that Proceedings oftheSchool vvvvvmveew'WVVVV9VgVVVV.VV99VVVV9VVV9VFOR
nearly sixty percent 12th-It cannot get in a shape that will worry you. It is ALL
I c f of the pupils of these schools DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. RENT-Furnished flats. Applyat

r "' were infested with hookworm. It ia Board Tiller. the Gazette office. tt I satisfaction. I

- I ,
a matter not to be ignored in this FOR SALE-Small Iron sale at the I. i'

\ Stat Oazotte office. tf FOR SALE-BARGAIN-3200 acres
sleeve make- sizes fit
You size in to
can get your our patent ; we
P-:: The Legislature of Florida, in 1915, Kissimmee Fla., Nov. 1. 1915. fine pasture land at $3.12 per acre. <
Il enacted a law requiring county school The Board of Public Instruction< FOR SALE OR RENT-A five room C. W. Ward, Kissimmee, Fla. 47tf p all up to size 19. Youths 12 to 14. Slims made 2 in. longer | [ H

met in regular session, there being bungalow completely furnished.
r authorities
I for to every provide rural ample school toilet under facilities present W. C. Bass chairman ; Waiter Nelson Realty Co. 45-3tpd FOR SALE OR TRADE -Automobile in skirt and 2 1-2 in.-longer in sleeves than our regular

'-. their jurisdiction, and to have these Bronson and J. S. Stratton ; alsoC. FOR RENT-Rooms, unfurnished, in good condition. Can be seen at I shirt. Made in colors and weights of suitable goods for i

\ eafely and properly screened. No authority E. Yowell superintendent.Minutes beautiful lake view, delightful Lupfer &: Prather Garage. 47tf
of the last meeting work semi-dress shirts.
has yet decreed that every were neighborhood, 121 Patrick St., closein or
read and .
family outside the jurisdiction of city approved.S. ; $5 per month. 46tf WANTED-To buy eight or ten ranch '
j L. Lupfer, county treasurer, reported I>.." fall to "catch on" to the B...... .1_.... shirt-you'll I '
'i control and beyond the reach of ample cows for breeding purposes. Give
_ .'", as follows: FOR SALE-A ten-acre square tractof like It-and will never wear any other kind and ....t I.r... t water supply for flushing, shall provide rock-bottom price and where can be
\: To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction the finest quality citrus land, .t.r. that handle M_re'. patent .1!_*. ahlrt*-It'* a-r....,.1.. : ,, ,4
\ with like safeguards. N9. seen. O. P. McCabe, Kissimmee,
' in and for Osceola Coun- fenced; one and one-ha-If miles from and surely handles the beat .( cvcrrtbJiiar. t.
authority has yet declared that every Park. 44-tf
i. i, ty: railroad station. For further particulars I
person, young or old, shall wear shoes
and that I herewith tender my report &s inquire of II. W. Stearns,
: "going barefoot" shall be
itt a
FOR SALE-Three-l'OOm and
-' ii misdemeanor treasurer of Osceola county for the Loug-hman, Florida. 47-tf '.
but until such
a regu- month of October, 'A. D. 1915: lot, $350; twenty-five dollars cash ,
; ::. lation shall be enforced by a united '
balance month. This
(2.*iraJ Seb..i Kmd $10.00 per .
't' public sentiment, hookworm will continue To bal. from last report __- -__1 .87 HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE- beats paying rent. J. M. Willson
A, '\ To amL received from Compt. Weaver piano good as new maple DOLLAR LIMIT
to deprive Florida youth of -April Kedempt. _un_. 88,17 ; Jr. -STQBEs.,

natural l inherited mental and physical To Bank amt reed from loan. State 2000.00To bedroom set; mission style libraryset &

development to a corresponding loss amt.- reedir: -m--t ----Col.;:"" ; couch; two iron bedsteads; < '

of both moral taxes ..._____ ______ _____ lit.18 three bed mattresses kitchen safe LOST-Bra. alto horn. Return to / .. -: : i '
and intellectual T. ; ;
growth '
kitchen cabinet member of the Kissimmee ,' ere .Your Dizstast.i Like i ,. Dollars" ,
t; .f' the state. SI08.4S ; dining-room table any >> ; '
Br paid warrants aa llt._ 1511. ,.
>, , per Concert Band and receive small < *
and chairs re / ;> "
., | n .. ; refrigerator, 75 pounds / 'Fff'v v/v.: _
/Tim. may not be worth much to a 1 Balance _______!.._________ I8.:.8b capacity; Boss washingmachine; ward. tfrOH ; 'r ,"-'-n, ,1, ''N }'.rM' . d'I

.tt 'Iv ,hogt.bnt Itis, to the farmer If the To baL .from. ..last be report Dla*. N.l._____ ,..... also grindstone; new buggy; farm \ (;"J.'R., i. Jr\: '.
RS9N ,
.c" r hog is not'marketed at the righttime'he To April. amt.Redmpt reod. from----Compt.-.,< ____ ".0t waj-on Aa I am going north will SALE) OK TRADE for hors* and 'I "' (" ; : ;, Q." op :

majrconium; all the profits sell cheap E. B., Clark wagon one 2 cy.. Jiutak, la food ", ;;.r ..Y: :* : Ii"y _
150.51 corner condition good 'Ut s.must sell or ... ., ..., 4
Would otherwise ; J' / ,"! 1Ioio.! ... __ .
which ;
come from pro- paid. warrant's list Rolf.and Earnest ..
By .... a per a.. .. streets Pinedalej trade at once.'v A,'M.'JonoF."O.. 1 k '- *nulflFUtrr .

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