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 19, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00725
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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J. DAVIS OF LOCKWOOD, MISSOURI!, 81 YEARS OF AGE, ACCOM- ><

4; TERM SOON PANIED BY HIS WIFE, COMES TO KISSIMMEE TO SPEND THE BEGINTWENTY .IN.CORN' : :

WINTER-HAS EXHIBITED ST QCK AT HUNDREDS OF FAIRS FUNK CONTEST

AND TOOK PRIZES AT THE WORLD'S FAIR HELD IN ST. LOUIS.

I r. BIG LIST OF CIVIL CASES ON HAS SCRAP BOOK FILLED WITH COMMENTS UPON HIS AC CARS SENT OUT FROM ..I.M..M.WMVI.4JORIDA. '

Vii' DOCKET FOR SESSION WHICH TIVITIES IN MANY SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY KISSIMMEE IN PAST WEEK EXHIBIT OF BOYS' AND GIRLS'I I l ,k1

OPENS NEXT TUESDAY-PAD -- WITH LARGER PORTION FROM WORK HELD At GRAYSTONE t.
INDEPENDENT PACKING HOUSE. CASINO THIS WEEK PROVES, .. 1
7 GETT AND BROWN CRIMINAL I' W. J. Davis, of Lockwood, Mo., accompanied town, Florida, but decided to come to
CASES PROMISE TO ATTRACT by his wife, has arrived in Kissimmee this year. They are de- EXCHANGE AWAITS RIPER GREAT SUCCESs-FINE SHOW { 1,1r ,

ATTENTION. I, Kissimmee to upend the winter. Mr. lighted with the city and expect to re- FRUIT. BOYS' ING IS MADE. IN BOTH BRANCHES \.,

Davis, who is 81 years of age, has a main here. the whole winter. I IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. 'j \
11, -- record of almost fifty years in the The scrap book, which Mr. -Davis Y

: raising: of fine cattle and horses. He says he has prepared so that his chil- CORN CLUB
GOOD PRICES PREVAIL '
t PERKINS WILL PRESIDE began: stock raising in 1866' and has dren may know about him and his 45 BUSHELS TO ACRE
.J. exhibited fine stock and farm products work, begins with the notices of the J I'G
! at hundreds of fairs. Together with first fair he ever attended-the Illi- --

;. ORDER CALLING FOR AN EXCHANGE Mrs. Davis, he has taken rooms with nois State Fair held that year in Chi- KISSIMMEE CrrftUS GROWERS IS WINNER'S RECORD . 1

( OF BENCHES WITH Mrs. W. H. Farmer on Posse avenue. cago. He exhibited a number of jacks,: ASSOCIATION MAKES TEST 1/
JUDGE WHITNEY OF ARCADIA Mr. Davis i is an interesting talker jennets and mules at that fair and FOR MATURITY BEFORE SHIP \

) v IS COUNTERMANDED BY GOVERNOR and can tell many stories of his experiences carried off a number of premiums.An PING -AND EXPECTS TO START SHORT COURSE FOR GIRLS IS t 1

[j/( TRAMMELL IN TELE which should prove of interest article telling of his exhibit at HEAVIER CONSIGNMENTS GIVEN PY MISS WELLS*ASSISTANT ,
GRAM TO CLERK OVERSTREET.: and value to the men in this the Kansas City National expositionin DURING THE COMING WEEK. IN HQME ECONOMICS [ J

t.. GRAND JURY TO HAVE WORK. section who are in the stock business. 1887 says: "Through the top of the LAW IS HAVING GOOD EFFECT. AND MISS HARRIS; WHO 'f. .).:
Mr. Davis has prepared a scrap book pavilion was a string of premium HEADS CANNING'.CLUB'' WORKIN I; y yf
of newspaper clippings in regard to cards 172 feet long with blue and .... "
STATE SESSION
Citrus fruit has to JOfNT) .
begun moVIe ,
When the Circuit Court in and for
' his farm and stock successes. Among red ribbons attached, taken at various ..
more rapidly from all sections of WITH BOYS HELD THURSDAY : "
f Osceola county convenes for the fall them is a news story of the prize he fairs of the Southwest by W. J. :
:(' term next Tuesday Judge James W. I won for an exhibit of farm product* Davis, of Lockwood. Mr. Davis sent Florida during the past week and Kissimmee i//l.I

1t i Perkins will be on the bench as usual. : and stock at the World' Fair in St. up a number of diplomas captured i>y was no exception. About Mist, Fern Fanaler, daughter. of Mr. 1 "/,*; !

[: It was previously announced that he Louis. He carries a cane made from his herd of Galloway cattle and twenty cars were shipped from this and Mr. S. T. Pansier, who lire just 1i'&
point during the week. I :
', would exchange courts with edger the twisted stock of a mock orange Clydesdale horses." past south of the city and Dwight Funk, ,'
i Whitney, of Arcadia, who was disqualified tree upon which is inscribed his sig The notices also prove Mr. Davie The Kissimmee Citrus Growers Association son of Mr. and Mrs C. H. Funk of '::1:1HilUard. ,:'

. in a number of cases in his nature. The head of the cane also to be a fruit grower of no mean pro- affiliated with the Florida '. Island were the 'prise win yner I ''i WI
Citrus Exchange, has not started *
i own court. Since that time Governor bears an inlaid photograph of Mr. portions. One of them speaks of a in the Osceola County-Girl. Can(1' Ff
at! Trammell! has wired J. L. Overstreet, Davis. He tells a story of how this pear tree in his orchard, which held shipping in full force as yet Manager nlng Club and Boy Corn Club ell: :. >
clerk of the court, cancelling the or- cane with his signature burned into 3000 pears. Another notice tells of Prentis stating that the Citrus Exchange hibiti respectively. The exhibit were. V:,

' der for the exchange of courts. the wood and his photograph once timothy hay on his .farm that grewto is waiting for riper and better held at the Graystone Casino Tuesday -* '.,. 'tlrs
fruit before going into the market at M
, The coming term of court promises, identified him in a Chicago wholesale a height of 6V4 feet. Wednesday aid Thursday of this ;\ ..
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full gpeeu. A test of all fruit by the
to l he a busy one and a number of important house where he had bought a bill of All in all Mr. Davis is a very Interesting week the prizes being awarded on A I;
. cases will come up for a hear- goods and gave his draft in payment.Mr. man with a remarkable record. standards of maturity set by the gov- Thursday at the close of the Canning ,
nment is made by the Citrus Ex-
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,j ing. and Mrs. Davis have been Kissimmee people should be glad to Club Short Course. i$:
r'. On the criminal side the cases oft spending their winters at Braden- welcome him here for the winter. ange before packing is begun. F.: The exhibit of canned good and ';1,
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"i most public interest will be those of . . ........ .... ._ Pond, employed by the Citrus Exange corn attracted considerable attention
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the Slate vs. John Padgett during the week and a. large number .
State Dun Brown. Padgett yt h >T e.of the Kissimmee Citrus Grow-
vs OF of vi.itortook advantage of the
HUNTERS READY FOR OPENING opportunity !
.r charged with the theft of a domestic' e a Association and is making tests of learning more about this ,
fruit It is that the r +
animal from the Carson Cattle com o daily. expected ''
work, which 1 I. under the supervision. V -
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... pany. He was tried at the last term I THE SEASON HERE ON SATURDAY Exchange packing house will be in I of the U. S. Department of Agricul- '- >>;
" of court and the jury disagreed. This full operation during the coming ture. J '?
week. About five have t40ANDBETTER {
attracted considerable attention cars already l
. to case The prize winners in the Girl. Canning '"
l been sent out froth here by -the ex- oI ,
almoat !i Local hunters are all In readinessfor I pheasants, on which the season closes change. : club were: J ': :

i, the opening of the bunting season December 20th. The open season for The Bronson packing house formerly I MI. Fern Fans!.,, daughter of S. '
; I tomorow Saturday November 10. squirrels began October lilt and will T. Fansler, Kissimmee, ftrst *
Mach prise
Brother house
in the first degree, the charge result packing ,
I The county judge's office has been close March 1st. abort course at Tallahassee M1
donated
ing from the killing of Bob Johnson 1 has been contracted to H. C. Lightsey, ?
busy for a number of weeks Issuing Game is reported to be fairly plentiful who is operating it. I by the county school board. :;
. as B result of a row between the two
' near the Hudson Bass store on Por- licenses and a big percentage of the and the woods will no doubt be Mr. Lightsey reports that duringthe I CORN Mi. Ila Fansler daughter of 8. T. i i iFansler '

age street, just off Clyde avenue. hunters have already procured the full of hunters the first few days of week ending Thursday his plant Kissimmee,. second price, $5 + lye

The civil cases set down on the necessary permits to seek the wary the season. In fact, as noted else- packed and shipped 8640 box.. of oranges savings account at Citisen Bank.
game. where In thle Issue, several hunting and 686 boxes of Miss Lilly Bell. Hughey, daughter .
grapefruit or
.. docket for trial are as follows:
Rota B. Tindall, administratrix of The open hunting season for deer, parties will spend all of next week about fifteen care in all. Thi. fruitis I SUPREME COURT RULESIN of J. T. Hnghey, Union Cent.r.\\e&7'! !

'J,*. the. estate of M. W. Tindall deceased, wild turkey, quail doves, swan, geese camping out.Enforcement. bringing good prices, Mr. Lightseysays I[ nine machine donated by Osceola >
4' 1 vs. George W. Tucker attachment. brant, rails, coots, sand pipers curlajrt. of game lawa in this and is being sold F. O. B, Kissimmee. A KISSIMMEE CASE Hardware'cempany.Miss ;

Kribbs & Steed attorneys for plaintiff snipe, ducks, plover and pheasants county will be under the supervision So fare Mr. Lightsey. ..,.., Nellie' Barber, {;daughter,. of '
and Johnston & Garrett attorneys open. the morning Saturday. of Game Warden Marlon Carson who there has been no trouble over Immature Jeff Barber, Union Center table cloth '

: for defendant. the 20th and continues until March was appointed to the position by the fruit. DECISION MADE DURING PRESENT donated by H.'c.,Stanford company.;

, : Clara B. Clark by Thomas W. 10th folowlng with the exception: : of county commissioners. Orange prices are keeping up fine, WEEK AFFECTS 50.000 Miss Ruby Simmons, daughter'of r
._ although grapefruit has suffered Mr*. Andrew Simmons '
Clark, Southern Colonization ------------- a WORTH OF PROPERTY HERE Center'Park,
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" ;, Company, damages. G. F. Parker, attorney I alight decline in price and demand recently AND FAVORS THE DEFENDANT preserving: kettle, W.. B. Makinson '.
i for plaintiff; Vans Agnew & FAIR CO ThiEiUiY11Will ; KISSIMMEE PARTY TO according to General ManagerL. MRS. OLIVINE ZELLA Co. 'ir. i

Crawford, attorneys for defendant.. D. Jonues, of the Florida Citrus SAVAGE. Miss Eunice Milar daughter of W.

John C. Kirkwood vs. D. G. Perry, NOTES Exchange. The reason for slight Milar Center Park, $2.60 in trade. at 4 '
SEND OUT PAY SANFORD A VISITAUTOMOIULE +
slander, damages $20,000. George F. slackening in demand for grapefruitis A decision affecting property in Katz store.Mrs. ;

Parker, attorney for plaintiff/ ; John- I the fact that some growers have Kissimmee valued at $50,000 was Fred HcrxUrg, Shingle Creek J'
ston & Garrett, attorneys for defend- been shipping immature fruit, despite rendered by the Supreme Court of half barrel flour Waters A Carson ,
.. TIUP TO BK
PRESIDENT H. C. STANFORD OF MADI
ant. I the vigilance of the state and federal Florida during the past week. The Co.
John R. Bronson vs. Henry T. Bass, BOARD OF TRADE. NAMES TO INSPECT UULiKIIKAniNU ON inspectors, who are too few in numberto case was decided in favor of the defendant Miss Nettie Haye, daughter of Mrs. .
CHAIRMAN TO HAVE CHARGE LAKE FRONT THERE NEXT
C. C. Bass and Ordia Bass, damages cover the territory thoroughly.That Mrs. Olivine Zella Savage, of George Haye, Union Center wristwatch
OF ART AND NEEDLE WORK WKDNKHDAY--CAR** TO MKKTAT '
; $10,000. Landis, Fish & Hull attorneys the federal regulations are this city, who was represented by the I Cole Jewelry Co. t
' for plaintiff; Johnston & Garrett DISPLAYS OF OSCEOLA COUN STANFORD STORE 8 A.M. having marked effect on the situation law firnxjof Vane Agnew <& Crawford.A I Miss Hattie Sullivan, daug1lter'of '. 4

M:. attorneys for defendants. TY.B. in cutting out shipments of green statements of facts in the case B. Sullivan, Bassville $2.60 in tradeat I .a
"I T. B. Crow vs. Harry W. Thurman, 1 Plans are being made by board of fruit that would otherwise be mov- as prepared by one of the lawyers in Katz store.Champ .
' assumpsit damages, $2500. Johnston E. Evans, county farm demonstrator I trade members and others to return ing forward Is shown, however in the case is as follows: Haye, son of Mrs. George

4. & Garrett, attorneys for plaintiff; J. and Miss Anne Bryan CarsonIn 1 the visit of the Sanford parties, who the opinion of General Manager L D. Sarah A. Savage, first wife of R. Haye Union Center $2.00 in trade at ")

: S. Cadel], attorney for defendant. charge of the canning club workIn came here a few days ago to view Jones, by shipments of fruit op to B. Savage, died leaving all her prop- Osceola Pharmacy.

....- O.i R. Bass vs. Ordia Bass, Rull this county, are busy with plans the lakefront and the possibilities date compared with shipments for the erty consisting of a stock of cattle to Miss Mattie Baisden, daughter of
ti" Bass and Clyde Bass, assumpsit damages to stir up the people to prepare exhibits which might result from bulk- same period of last year. This year her husband Robt. B. Savage, provid- John Baisden Whittler, $5.00 savings

.. $3500. Johnston & Garrett, attorneys for the Five-County Fair at heading. 938 cars of grapefruit have left the ing atht after his death her property deposit at State Bank. s

:. for plaintiff; Lewis O'Bryan, Orlando. They ask that they be given President Stanford of the boardof state, compared with 1,624 last year. should be divided equally among Miss Ethel Simmons daughter of

attorney for defendant. the co-operation of the entire trade, announces that an automobile Shipments of oranges to date this the heirs of her body living at the Mrs. Andrew Simmons, Center Park .
n Arthur E. Donegan vs. Henry T. county. During the past week they trip to Sanford will be made year total 130 cars, while 1,891 represent time of his death.R. canner donated by Favorite Manufac- ,. ,

f: I Bass, distress proceedings, damages have had printed at the Valley Gaz- next Wednesday and that all those the shipment of oranges for the B. Savage exchanged the stock turing Co., Tampa. tt. >JI JIsr l

I $2,000. Johnston & Garrett attorneys ette a supply of stationery and will who will furnish cars are requested same period of last year. of cattle with Rull Bass for certain Miss Lillle Simmons. Center__nn Park. flt

A for plaintiff; Lewis O'Bryan, at- send out letters to farmers and others I to notify him at once. It Is hoped lands in Kissimmee, among which was year's subscription to the KissimmeeValley
for Frick which is asking that exhibits be prepared. As the site of the Manhattan hotel Gazette.
torney Company, that five or six automobile loads will FORMER OSCEOLA CO. present
, j concerned in case. announced last week they have secured I make the trip and those who will R. B. Savage then deeded the Mi. Pauline Barclay, Center Park

Tampa Hardware Company vs. L. the room In the Miller-Stanford take their cars are asked to meet at lands to his daughter by a second $2:1)0) in trade at Palace Drug story
't' E. Minx assumpsit damages, $1000; building adjoining the Taylor Grocery : the Stanford store at 8 o'clock next MAN DIES IN TAMPAJ. marriage, Olivine Zella Savage Miss Mildred Partin daughter of

e Vane Agnew & Crawford, attorneys Store, where non-perishable exhibits I Wednesday morning. After the death of R. B. Savage, W. Homer Partin Center Park fireless
..iv for plaintiff. will be stored ready for trans- H. Savage, R. C. Savage, Sampson cooker, made at the Short Course. 1
i The party will visit the new bulk- H. McGuire, formerly resident
J. M. Lee vs. Henry T. Bass and portation to Orlando when the fair head in Sanford and talk with citizens of Osceola county and associate edi- Savage, Penny L. Simmons and M. M. Miss Kate Partin, daughter of Ho-

,- Henry O. Partin, damages. Vans Ag opens. and contractors in regard to tor of the St. Cloud Tribune about two Simmons, her husband Mary' Jane mer Partin of Center Park year's 1M
new & Crawford, attorneys for plain- President H. C. Stanford of- the Parker, a widow, and Mattie Stevens, subscription to Valley Gazette.
. died last week in
the work there In order to get Ideas years ago, Tampa.
tiff. board of trade, has appointed Miss the heirs of Sarah A. Savage by their Miss Mabel Tindall, of Narcoossee
lie odo and M
fifty-seven
concerning the proposed bulkheadIng was years a
s C. W. Stute vs. Henry T. Bass, C. Francis Bay as chairman of the com- of the lake here. brother-in-law of Mrs. E. F. Masters, attorneys Messrs. Johnson & Garrett box of Nunally' candy Roberson'a
C. Bass and R. D. Waring, assumpsit mittee to arrange for art exhibits of Milliard's Island. Mrs. Masters and brought ejectment proceedings drug store.
"'+w damages, $800. Vans Agnew & Craw- from Kissimmee and Mrs. W. S. J. her daughter, Mrs. J. K. Milliard, against Olivine Zella Savage, "" who Miss Allene Bass, daughter of Dave
ford for Carr chairman of the committeeto defended Hilton S. Bass, of Center Park,
attorneys plaintiff. as NEW DRUG STORE TO I spent several days at his bedside in was by Hampton year's subscription p
venfre exhibits. Eachof of and Vans & CraW- to St. Cloud Tribune.
/ The jury as drawn for the secure needlework !, his last illness. Funeral services were Tampa, Agnew
-h, term is as follows: these chairmen will appoint two BE OPENED IN CITYA held in Tampa and the body buried ford, claiming title to the lands under Miss Jeanette Prevatt. daughter of
W. J. S. Carr J. E. Alderman W. others to assist her. there. The body will be taken laterto the will of Sarah A. Savage. The case Mrs. C. F. Prevatt. Kissimmee year' t.4 1 1e
J. Barber, Arnold Bass Wm. Lewis where was decided in the lower court in favor subscription to the St. Cloud Tribune. ;;
Vernon Indiana he was atone
Lang, G. T. Chandler J. R. DolApn.W. C. Chapman, F. D. Paul G. B. Law- new drug store to be known as time editor of the Vernon Republican of the defendant to which decisionthe Miss Percy Oliver daughter of J. r "+W.w

t'ti O. Bronson, F. E. Williams, K. S. son, C. Rothrock F. H. Tiner Elie the "Corner Drug Store" will be open- for many years. plaintiffs appealed to the supreme W. Oliver Kissimmee. $1.26 in' cash, i .
& 'Johnson, J. W. Campbell R. L.. Sloan, M. J. Crowder Daniel Proper ed in the corner room of the River. He was well known in Osceola county court. donated by Bryan Realty Co. \ 1 'k

:Pearce., R, D. Guice, C. G. Outlaw B. C. Miller, A. D. Gilbert, O. B. Baa. building on Broadway on or before and about eighteen yean ha taught I On Wednesday November 17th the, Misa Ruby Oliver, same. t'A '(
) t'D. H. Fertie\ P. E. Morgan, Lou Sea The grand Jury' will ,be-impanelled December 16th. The store will be the school at Hilliard's Island. I supreme court again decided the casein Mlsa Florence Rextord. daughter of .. .

.1\\. man, ,W,,;Al. Drawdy, J.. H. u'soon as court Convenes. Tberaar.acmumbiriofjtitatUII under the management of Dr. R. W. ; favor of the defendant, Olivine Zel- G. A. Rexford, Kissimmee,'year's subscription -,:
? ,'WiL. Bronwn.''WFE.W+. .1)1mblin'j( tocome before Cobb formerly pharmacist at the Dr. J. W. Simpson spent; Monday la. Savage,'thereby affirming the :decision to the St. Cloud Tribune. /'

.' t; lci 3;; :w a )1ma' B. 1: ( ; ;. ': Roberson drug store.r evening in St. Cloud. I of the lower court. (Continued on 6) :
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1 ,PACE2.a. ., Aw. :; *J 1 tf .i' THE E I SSlilll II. VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER It, 1915 ,

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',."?,' . "'Oliver'sSaitaforium'....... '; : .' Thanksgiving-Proclamation I,r THE CIRCUS AND BOOZE II k; 1





.) Tall ha, ee.-Governor Park Trammell! ha 5.issued the follow-' "We do a, better business in a dry thumbs down for John Barleycorn.Poor : Launches} Skiffs,

with Thanksgiving said the old John I He can't mix with religion :
ing proclamation in connection : tow than in a wet one,
4 State of Florida Executive Office-By the Governor-A Proclamation manager of the Hagonbeck-Wallace or politic or business. If he : Dories, Built to

p .. : circus yesterday. "We noticed the difference can't mix with.th" amusement wherti :

Whereas It i i. eminently fitting and proper that a day shouldbe in Missouri; always the day' does ho get in ? And the answer I I Order I 1

: Royal set apart for the public generally to render to the Great Giverof receipts were better in a town that that national prohibition ig just'troumi '

All Good reverential expressions of gratitude and thanksgivingfor had! gone dry under local option thanin the corner. AND
BOILERS TANKS
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Tailored and bountiful blessings and Sllloon",1'1'(" .
merciful open.And
His care ; a town where Trellis mesh veils are particularly \ '

Whereas. Time honored custom has fixed for such day a date business is. better in KIIIIHUS than f .altering to the face and the new BUILTTOORDERI f

Clothes in the harvest season. a season expressive of a benign Providence; it was in Missouri. I II lutterns hsow tiny woven dots at the '

and. "l.ft I me give you un example. intersection t of the crossed threads GALVANIZED ;
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Whereas. The people of this great commonwealth. out helmed \\1'
Ind.,
showed! in Crawfordill" Ahirh makes the trellis mesh. '
State of Florida. as well as throughout the entire nation have the dry! COPPER AND :
t summer nml! that: town I' --- - ---

Cleaning Pressing moit profound reasons for being deeply grateful for the blessing* I was dry ,in l11"rt'IIY" thin one' thiyear < I KM I) STOMACH: THOU BLE. : ZINC SHEETS

andRepairing which surround them. and the hallowed Christian influences under for t the laineie Tiiire amii I GASES OR DYSPEPSIA

: ; Dyeing which they are enjoYing the blessin j of liberty. peace prosperity I ,
i rrop l l hac l ii ii>\ hard -
health and happiness ; and on) Yet we showed to capacity "Pane's Diapepxin" makes Sick SourGassy

Whereas. Our people have especial cause for gratitude to I Him crow'il'. A few c days!, later: we (; Stomachs surely feel fine : MAHOGANY '

who rules over the destinies of nations that v\e have been free pulled; into Shelliyville.I I liil where the : in five minutes.If .

from entangling conflicts and have not been drawn into the consuming streets t are lined, with ope'i saloons.Kuin : : WHITE PINE and
e of and. I what you just ate in souring
: We Clean ortex war ; had been plentiful) in this retfion on
Whereas. 1 I he people of Floridt have unuMial cause for rendering were line, and there was your stomach or lies like a lump of t ALL HARD WOODS '

Ruga and Carpets thanks for the rich gifts of nature and the wonderful opportUnities crop1'of The) streets lead, refusing to digest, or you belch -\
I plenty t money. :
abounding in our great commonwealth. crowded with people. at 7I0::! in w.r",1, gus and eructate soar, undigestedfood : FIRE ESCAPES

Therefore 1 I. Park Irammell. Governor of the State of Horida morninghut our second( (\ ) section was or have a feeling of dizziness' 4

by virtue of the apthortly vested in me by law. do hereby proclaim I wreck and we didn't getour I heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad tastein
(delayed! by n Force of Workmen 4
I Phone 61 Thursday November 25 I 1915.I Thanksgiving Day. and suggest that'the parade on until about noon. By mouth and stomach-headache, you Competent

day be appropriately observed throughout Florida.In that time many of the men hud gone I can get blessed relief in five minutes. for Road Work at

testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and causedthe and their Put an end to stomach trouble forever
into the thirst parlors: !spent
great seal of the State of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee. cash( over the bar They didn't! have I by getting: a large fifty-cent case of : & All Times.JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDAI. (j

the capital. this the 8th day of November. A. D. 1915.I any desire) left for the circus and their Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. j.I

PARK IRAMMELL. You realize' in five minutes how needless
HAMILTONEADSWORK I wives and! children wandered up and ,

Goernor.By lown! the streets without money and it is to suffer from indigestion .I

the Governor. Attest : either. SoW dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.
they didn't. see the circus,
TO RECRUIT SOLDIERS H. CLAY CRAWFORD. "' played to mirerably small crowds.. It's the quickest, surest stomach
1
Secretary of State. "I 1 have seen this whole game up doctor in the world. It's wonderful. i
12:45 P. M Lv. Tampa Ar. 4:00: P.M.
WNITEK UESlljE-) OF KISSIM-I : line! down and backward and across,"

he concluded!, "and I want t tell '''''''('' ''' ' '' ''' '' 'I
MEE ACTIVK: INFIGHTING ; 1 that all this talk about a town if, needing you- """".1.. :n..:. 'IW' :::,u": :::::: .
TO I
; MEN IN I CANADA I

All) ENGLAND; IN GREAT EUROPEAN with Mrs ] missed) Pope. of Sanford did l saloons or gambling houses to :1'I
goal
: WAR-I'APEU TELLSOF They now have rooms was I stimulate' business, IB the purest 1
Grlffin'l the bucking.Kissimmee.
Wells. Mr. Smith is working at bunk." t
HIS LABORS. received the kick-off
BURGLARS ARE
\ garage. Here is an amusement man's viewof
Mr. and Mrs. Acree were in Kissimmee hut lost on a fumble, and Sanford carried boose. Once again the verdict is
L. A. Hamilton, who owns consid-
.:
Saturday on business.Mr. the ball t<> Kissimmee's five-yard
) in and around Kink
-
erable property and Mrs. Allen entertained' line four times, only to lose onThe downs for the opportunity to
imme and who has been spending? Curet Old Sorts, Othti Remedies Won't Cure. carry away
first half ended Sanford) t f Kis-
from Campbell Sunday.Mr ;
bin winters here i is now active in the company The worst ca.... no maltrr of how lone .taadlOIr valuables that are !stored in some insecure -
and Mrs. Burr and family attended simmee 2. a re cured t>y the wonderful old reliable l>r
work of recruiting soldiers in Canadato I'orter Antlneptic HrMlnK Oil. Tt relieves place.
t A In the second, half Johnson caughta
the church at Campbell Sun Pain and Hc.l. at the a .... time. 25c,3Oc, f 1.00HCM1S
aid England in the great European day morning.Mr. forward pass for Kissimmee's first I :
war. A copy 5f the Port Credit (Ontario Be on the fcafe side by putting them
I Prawdy, of Whittier was the touchdown. Then Tiller carried the I

,,", Ii ) News. was received this week guest of Mr. and Mrs. Acree the first ball over for the second and Regerofor / --a AGAZINl .1.1I I in our Fire and Burglar Proof Vault.
Both Mr. and
by the Valley Gazette.'
of the week.KISSIMMEE. the third touchdown. Neither of
: Mrs. Hamilton are mentioned frequently 111
I
the three tries produced a goal.A I Safe Deposit Boxes to rent $3 and
i in articles referring to the
feature of the game was the
recruiting of soldiers and a photograph DEFEATS $4 per year.
bucking of Regero whereas all theKissimmee -
,, ""Uj' .
4
of Mr. Hamilton is shown on <
iHi boys played well. Pope
the first page. Mr. Hamilton, who SANFORD HIGH SCHOOL and Spencer were the stars for San-
lives at Lome Park is president of
ford.
t the Peel County War Auxiliary. Kissimmee lined up as follows: ( lit lii ITIZENSBANKorKlSSIMMEEISUPERIORSERYICE

: In writing of the big meeting held LOCAL FOOTBALL ELEVEN WINS Ashton center; Singletary left

Credit the mentions Mr. SEMINOLE COUNTY
in Port FROM
; paper tackle; Angled, light tackle; Arnold i Women Tell Why They
Hamilton as follow.: A SCORE OF 20 TO 6. [ [
BOYS BY right/ guard; Lawrence left guard; Love This Magazine COURTEOUSTREATMENTJ I
L- A. Hamilton followed in an address t
I VICTORY GIVES LADS HOPESOF Johnson right,end; Bullock, left end; 1 From Fathion to Fiction, it i i. Su-
4* of welcome on behalf of the ij ptrmr"wntra ?Mra. J. 11. of New York.
Beuter hack full
CITY quarter ; Cooper
PLANT
Peel War Auxiliary, of which he iapresident. DEFEATING ; IK all ih* ,m.saZtnfl 1 ha.. ever taken' orrai
back; Regero left half hack ; Tiller, : 1 Ilk\ M4 A 14H. !>* t wrltf* Mrs V DIRECTORS
,.
,' It h.* .neb helpful'. houawI..I.I :
He the officers TODAY. W tit ( .ilfrnIa
; complimented ,. .KirtM.tnl .
right half hack. Substitutes-Bass UM*>ft1UMi KKH| rletfi brlfhl I
and the Iii I. vrjr cnnvMilrnt al.! U, handle "Tim ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
I men upon appearance ....
k and rMTlvvtl .1! m* far mora than
Kexford: right guard; Estey, u II>MI| bliP I "
.. ..,'.
of the batallion and expressed the The Kissimee High School football right half back. ".. >wrilt-K imugli..l,. l A*y J.fur of*Too y i. "I.ulou!Cannot ripiion tell W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS
belief that if called into action they School ,tm .11 thai II maji. to iu.. writes. a Mouibt .
Sanford High
team defeated I.iCAi1.b4IAIALlg
!;1 t rnr.n|! Kiiirr I have taken
...,,,.... ...
..
I : M 1.o a
would acquit themselves as their local field last Satur- PAW GOT 1' KIGHT IF.
the I
I 7. eleven on .>|"|". took It fur >*" Itrfore aii) ilomi now
comrades of the first contingent had 20 to 6. Little Lemuel-"What's cynic 1 un. I M f"f rt r> tint: ICier; flow dish: I II
; J day afternoon by a score of a S l>,,*;..:::. ,.r Iwlv* I loan my huahand nfl.:
." ... ... that (non SIr: lX'H I ." "'" ''
\ most liav " I
done. This victory has encouraged the paw ? and t h. .. rtfthl' I niulil not do wlthotil, It." I 1CJ': :::::: : :::: ; : : tlH'
5 ''' ( '' '''' U '
t Quoting Mra. Hamilton, the article \boys and they are counting- an- Paw-"A cynic son, Is a busybodywho A R.c ftor4 Fa.kU* A tUrkyY r 4S Tn" -- -
Fakes!
N.ian'
Mart SaWcnktr* Tfcw M OtUr
"711Mra' ther victory today against the Plant meddles In the' affairs of other Ii "1 im,,, In mr jolt' )I.ymr. .LI.'II and at the MIIni boat.nteand r(. 'c+++++++++ +oooo++ ++ +++-3'++ooo + Oo+ OOOOOOOoo+o.I 4 4
'lf 1 like
..
L. A. Hamilton said: "The City eleven. The team accampapied people and neglects;' his own." a ft I lure m> |terfl tlreaamaklnff Hlnre I ... II.wrltea .
Sirs M I. J. "f Oiunertlrut, "From
l very inspiring sights of the troops by Coach Harris and a number of supporters UN .)Urtwtuaklnii Irwinna and tin aim,pie and 'InKtruiliTf -
."'"'' I lObe. li- mil l 1,, flrriu nipS
4 marching through our country should went to Plant City today. I.OOKKD; M-\\: TO HIM! a family t-atl I' > au.l a')it.tbit write Mmrh.C ;' Tamp Special

a ,f stir up the whole county and men of 'oach Harris ussibted", by 1'. K. Uandolpli--s. that liuxton's new =_ i I.\I., ,....u, i I...,.:"",..5, I Sb. .I.mll /I 10.: .' ......*.<.li fI" I

'. Peel when you ore stirred up keep ,Vea, .j.. who has .been. helping the girl with him ?" i I I ,.a..:tan;a ,;;ut"N'I : ,' ': :: :..'ri nib,.r
.. ,I'S
blood at the stirring point. He l in the i a \\"m. ,> ,' ,, . 0. liabe, VIA .
your )oys every way possible I during 1 Sjlvt'ster "Oh, no; that's just "''S Ir":"\ ,5. I" 011105 ,i..rf < Iisf., thin
member what the army is doing for ntire' season, has been. J pushing I the one of his old ones painted over.- oi .irIlr.Ilr hook Mr' mi It fa.ii.no.1 iii.:: '':'Your Tie K.nryWnrkl ::::I ye :

. us and the need for every man to team hard this week. Coach Harris Judge. '1" .>.f,>p.n rttiirnl.. nrto h a.n Mri r.in I'"l. .null., OrxunSi a trw ilollaTBt : ATLANTIC COAST LINE

the call. The doing MoatS Trod/ Smttrriitnm.; O nh l IB C.... I
answer women are states that if he can win from Plant

: their part. The women of Canada! City and against Kradentown Thanksgiving The days of small-sized: ) and veil ad- _- 705 AMmo McC.II THE Bld McCALL". N..w York COMPANY City N Y. Re-inaugurated November 15th: 1915

are just as ready as the women of Day) he will lay claim to the roned millinery numbered.
: are .. FREE p DAILY SCHEDULE
England! but they must have the state champlOn hlp. T. Wajm.it **w! H.mi.U Copy nfM
I 'Afl''I'; K ant H HKIH H.. and when it is ( AM/H : :
place left empty so we In the game last Friday Kis.simmee .r..n<-** rd rn rfti.l...au." FRKK on reQio..tT.
; ,, women will sip in, believe me. Men received and carried the hull up PIANO AT A BIGSACRIFICE i JI! \\ irk. Fancy H..." N with..dl'.nrir w....(tmlrnx..t' 24 anil....I I.UHHI t.,.,ry'In I 1:20: P. M. Plant\ City Lv. 3:26: P. M.

4: sometimes tell us that they cannot the field to Sanford's thirty-five-yard Knil'>'rot' \V.. tiny* a tin.. piano lit H hom near I Chyreh "4'hurrh Funil- 2:52 P. M. Kissimmee I 1:51 P. M.
M'4'AII/H
leave the farm. The English and line, then had to kick and on the tvHlnitrif..** To aavtc,,Ml of r..lurnlrlC rtiurrhl It1'"'lng' 1.I.n"Auk for Indnnwl bv SOftO rhuroh*. : :
French women have taken 'the place kick scored Sanford S. *. ofTi-r I trernciulouH. dincount aii! nioHt r* ....... .ad Ctyb R..n'' A.k for 3:22: P.M. Orlando 1 1:20: P.M.
safety.
a put "HOOK or tJIFTH" and.oannolh "
liberal term to flrnt SIrAlJ.5 One big '"
flpiiies.iciigtbt1) "
,, of their husbands on the farm and the ball in' play on her own twenty- : used hut In rrro.'o, (\ ;\ flMO.OO' Olriit' CAM1I' Bl.yl PltlZR.. and OFKKHT hundr x1f 4:05 P.M. Sanford 1243: P.M.

,c '. the Canadian women will not let yard line and, in six bucks went over quality""<"1 H. new Address Big saving and Hplftidld I .,. other Seyn Pi"Orand Sag*.. (1VKN Offnr to AWAY lIsps aad W.Ulrla.". forMi1ALl,5 5:45: P.M. Palatka 10:44: P.M. I

.' these get ahead of them. I am very the line for the first touchdown. The i P.K. WiUon, Box: 586 Jacksonville, FU. .._'''1'--' '''' 7:30: P. M. Ar. Jacksonville Lv. 9:15: A. M. I

: ; proud of Peel and know that it is .r Equipment will consist of Pullman Broiler-Observation Parlor
,
; going to do its duty. I am proud of -- --- - Cars. A. C. L Free Reclining Chair Cart, Standard Vestibuled

: the grit of Canada--Canadians are II ', ', Coaches and Combination Coach and Baggage Cars.J. .

t toughing it out and will continue to ;
$
s G. KIRKLAND J
'
n tough it out in the trenches. We if
Division Passenger Agent '
, 4 women are going to tough it out with Tampa

the same spirit as the men in khaki. t
JUST A SUGGESTION !
Every man in khaki wears a smile OOOO.000000060 0600000000000600 OOOOOOO++++)

how cheerful they all look and it you
; i ,
: .1 love your country, 'do( thou and do I

,. : likewise.' We are ready to release the Christmas" is Only Five Weeks Off I, rIiI

men to do their duty and we are U IfA ill

: ready to do ours to the full extent." I Select your gtfta now while the stock is complete. We will be I W't .

+O-O-O OOO +k glad to lay aside your selection for later delivery. ,
.,, ', I higher in Price -Sometimes
,
. ; 1.. TIII'HJL"ITY *: "Ivory-Oid" Novelties Make Nice GiftsLook
in
Quality--Always
: Higher ,

over our line of these goods. We have it in Powder Boxes, Hair 'i i -
Mrs. Albert Acroe returned,. home

Monday after -i p>< tiding)(! thy past t week Receivers, Picture Frames Baby Sets Manicure Sets, Shoe RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about

.. v-ith lelutive ..i, "St Cloud) Horns, Card Cases, Mirrors, Combs and Brushes, Fans, Etc. FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
Mr. and Mcs. Hurr and family were
They know and can testily as to THEIR
$ Sunday guesls ofV C. SHMI>.I and
(k How About Camera Fountain Pen? /
i v. i ife. a or a QUALITY THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING

t Mr. and :Mrs. l IIHII>) J) Lamer .uvl,! fair and GENERAL
QUALITIES ADAPTABILITY
ily now occupy the Lamer i 'i-Xi-nce; -I
to FLORIDA SOILS
, on Michigan avenueMr. PHDHE41 PALACE DRUG STORE PHONE 41 . .
1. ; Belknap has resigned his position Special Formula for All Florida Crops
: as teacher in the Rose Hill school

t .. and. lady teacher has been engaged 'a WHITE FOB QUOTATIONS
SAM G. RAGSDALE, President

if; .. to Dan finish Lanier the term.wa a caller on W. C. "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE" e AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, D6EOIODESJa.cksorvvi .

,? : Sensiba Sunday morning. .
$. Mr. and Mr*. E. R. Smith ands Wkw i* Orlud visit &. Laeene Pkvwacy. 0 ;

daughter. Opal, of Wayland, Mich., :r--

s.;; f ,! have been the guest' of Mr. and Mrs. lie Pla.10 .

c% t ..W C. S.njiba for the past few days. .

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;: 0. Mafnlficient la Qoalltl.+ :bditsoult.tolan4t""a: ri i re public

w .. I 00' 4 tlons to excel, lnthe, *. detail In the '. \ 't r"ymaforlt7)ofnewsppent'to'bo

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.f 4 t.d d. -Uea'm .7'rq. 0: day Ijl 20 11II ,2"": i I.a O.. :: l .in 'Florida The! ( .f Is :: ii .. U
:r. 0 -L-Loo of! a' no Ute In the union
07M ': A : 8 | .. .. here the newspaper, community .become so:accustomed to this. COQt !-, :f I
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} afi 1", 1-3 r #t. -Go< til14S -CO) \ ; ; t:.;! !: population considered, will rank .o tbat .lueh', Ihoultl '..... be the" "",,

1- ______ 1406.16 r 60.00 1067.41 1190.00 /' 40.00 *el .'0 4T ," I .15'iY'I 474 high a. Jn Florida! This asiertlon Unljr course <' '
-I case but lt; should be understood<<>> '
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J ______ 222,3s"120.26 45.00' "Yffii""mYii" "Hi'do"iisTo": 6.86'gas: : : ; mad after careful consideration (
I 14:06"Z ii that the encouragement of ,the public I
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I __ i U conceded that there are a few
Totals._--- .5ii--' --4800.18' -" 2479-:-(fo nn 76.48 I n i-7-i-: --40.00- --I --7i:1)0-: = -1SS.:.._ --_ -- --_._-.:.--- -- 47:- 8- --' : - paper In Florida which have not the munlty,):;presenting: but mediocrepublicaUoq. .

............... ..... right to be termed "newspapers." edited upon the patent \
' medicine, or the scissors plan. and "If
; With a desire to avoid any personal .
Bale of Blackboards. etc 1,11.J.
! } Report Of County Finances . M., Lee )0900 '41.1108.11Making Itles no names are mentioned; but showing'hope no to ability receive or the originality IrI'Owlb'de.cannot

F Net ,u..n.U such are published where tfcere Is a
sired and It should be an Incentiveto
I total lack of loyalty and a desire to 1
1)8BC18SEMENTS'J Jan'y 1st to June 10lh, 1915.FUJI. '
I t. The following. report. of the Kerelpta and Dlabursements l of the Several $alaries of Teaeherq 118,711 76Purehaa. knock proposition the public to make conditions possible -
Funds for the .p. I lot iKlliiK Jun 301h 1415 vl Ilk tli. Halancen and Amount of School Lots 23" 1)oltepnlra every brought 1'I better publication. But
\VarrantH OutHtandliiK and 11. statement' of the Asn.'tB and Llabllltleii. and to ullolln": ).2 500 forth. Yet it is possible that If the for a I
the Miluo of the \'o\"r\y of I ISCI:tll.A COUNTon the 3(1( th day of Jun.. 1M15. an Insurance' 2826 these few. And the publications ,,
are ,
jt ...1 by the t"ountOoinmlHHloners. and the Clerk of tin* Circuit Court of tent 42.)..). right amount of push was exercised
t mild\' U n'...ofa CountIn hereby publlshid under the pro\'Intone Chapter S428 JRnlto" 320.... which are now doing a splendid work \
of the L u\\'a of 1113 )0'11,1 !9015Incldenlnls In the publication and a sufficient degree v
t \\'. \'. KNOTT:> Comptroller. for Schools 54q 417Pam.n1 of originality shown in the contents for the state 'in disseminating news
of l.alls 18.5110'' ) '
loyally urging a continued betterment -
INI'ENEB 00"] ,\ II :'>: IHTIL\TI0N. of those few publications there I
I 11-:11"1.: 1''t.ui $ala] rv of $u pertntendrnt 6140 011Trav.ling of conditions should receivemore
, could be gained a name and a circulation I
i "troll"U" '.. 11..11111". .IIIn 'I' 1..1. 1919 8 2.61'0.01I : : Isx,I" n a.a, ;:. perlntendenl 26 2418r and more the support which <
.
Illrm 1111 173 40 '
\\nnuuta. Uuletnndlug. JUII') 1"1. UI5 $3,32637 which would result in their being \
I r Add tin .nlll nbla, 86 518 3.111 87r (<<'umnllsaons) of Treasurer 45399lnrldeutnla 'I' they deserve.-Palm Beach Post. '
\ --- for Bo"rd & SUI' 1211 strong In Influence
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I'r, n..nrll JIIII')' hI, HI5 '. b21 60 .\ OTlll'lt Printing Llt.u 1111, 's1.'OSES P"Id 1.04"91994.LL ,14TC The Florida publications (with, the A wrap- caot for traveling is long:, r'" ,

I, ]n'I'II"I't : .l1I1I'y 1..1 to June 301h, 11110.I exception of the dozen before alluded ;d'
fitted and
I i FH.\I 1'umptl1,16r, '1'ltxra. k 1I.It'mpllolla 1.IHI1I2 from neck to foot, closely .:
'1'\1. IUSBUIISEIIENTS: : 103
,. 'I'n, ('.,I"'dur'. Tn x,11 & LI..IIH" 5.34451: 630.096 to) are far better tban the support belted.

SH 'h of "rllll", s \31313 11"\1\ lures 3101h. 1915 3''I1."nl" .'. t_
"I'I 001 11..1 1'unlt 1181,1818Sal. given them calls for. The dallies, the -
,
\\ 1 n11xlltldtllg] Jutr1' 30lh In15 6166119177'r.
of Lu"l)1' I" l'Iwol) FUIII :34 nn3251
neml-weeklies, the weeklies--all bear
their full-
non.of
-- Skirts will lose
I IISUII'P a HaII'H') ] .Iunl' 3101h. 1'1" 6.169 711A.'II''I"4 !I
, :21.tlIng :>;'d 'lI,1I0.11, 4\11 1.116I1.1'r11Y evidence of being the work of master be
ness this fall, but they'll plaited
7 .. .
i ] 'IsIr:' lJS\IIN'FS..In11'\: ::> 10 Juu.' ::10111. J1I6.! a.1';T.Itl.lIIII' hands at the line of work In the var- to the -
( In 9'renxurv fill 1'und'm $265 5.47l'u.olllet. HO that they'll cling: close fig
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I. 1: "lJal' "J Ik 1)audttul' $4 nilI : ; :;.11. t
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., I I'. I In.. ill ,nod \Il.vtg) a .nn.Iudgl t'tln 1 ill 1'.t 9,34714 lous departments Scores of publl- tire, ;

"I (.'"u. 111\ I'nult t I.u,1u' TotalI, nllahl., .\"Ho'\S 35,1'<(315IJ : tatloiiH In the state carry editorial i l .
',"" '' I', ., 1 utlng. \HOIIII'Y :1:1: : 1:111" : ,
,.... v III I.rl 11:11'nrrnnlx : -
.\ III11 l t" ""I"i " II4 211I lolliimiauutly superior to the great
,, \" lnhtstnndtng fur 1'nll. nt 1 lixpeneca. 97,1'7654I ;
"r J.I.II..tluli. 211'0.1
10111.1 "
$ 1 rue Inr.1Ipmu 1.11 1'O\\.M lot .'IPca 4321899Ih
..Iall I 1f. 1)u dallies of the metropolitan centers
) .lullII1 I un.l :2300)10p'I'olul .
1 I."'" 1..10 4:1: 45
of the north-" bile (there I
t 1:11'\11: : T" '''1'0.1'\: HI'ILlI) ="n. ,'ou.t 1I1111. 27454JIII are many
4 2" 1.8111111! I a $::15191 531.1 ,:! Are interested in Fla. lands for
: that are the editorial equal of them. you
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1'I' :1'1"1'1:1:> : : A FITI'IEI: I'I,1" 1: I'uult 1I01Is" 42271 1I 11.11 .. Y
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I'nult 91,0)1011 ons in to
? Am position ,
, now
1\,1.1.1. : 1" 'I,1'N'1'1'' = 1 II'II.lll\I' :i1 There are at least publications any purpose .
seven
,II. .".?, .. A Utl.1, I .\ttI uJ.ults :.)" 1a h",1 1 IIIIM 8 4' Soo. tinfour assist in the selection and classification t (. i
nol! FII..n 17000'
lI"uM" nn
II
1.1..11". Fu. I nod1'atl r 1718': ,64I : ., In Florida whose editorial col- s
I nauln"IP'. Lulu" 1.1111ta.'hlnery: nod llul".8 6018000 of Fla. soils and, to give instructions I ..
"45 44 uins) show ability far above like columns '
nlnls
I .It\ Total, ] Y"III" of Counll' I'rop..rl 6131.500 00 for and cultivation :

', ; ; 171601t in preparation I
C.\HJo: "I' 1'1 II 't( lit pulra 10 Pour lIulI"U of New York f
. . . . Chicago and St.
: .. I'"r lIou.' 7II.LI; ) - -.'
prne .1)prlallnU\ of same. Will be pleased to give 1;
. .
,110\\ "" lIIa.I. to 1Sulpers auteldeI' Louis publications-where high-pric
"... h.ill si 'plod' In ll1) rll'"PPP :3'3 I : 10CIINII 44444.4'44444444444 unpunctual damsel must have some any desired information of which I :r'4
,= : :.." INIJ; / 1'1:5TS: I'e.a Uftlrela, JIIIII'H & f ed editors are maintained because of '
'II I It11..xx.... 14:1: 1/1) 4 4 'quality within herself] which will I the may be capable to my old customersas 0: zt
: INCI< 11111-1< I. 1.s "rle.a! & Commlll" \.4 : reputation previously gained by
1N-\NITY: < ON: THE KEEPING: bring forth the condemnation of well as the new ones. : '1
111'\'I'1U\1.111 k I I'j}()1NTINU. I : ; 1 some one clever article while the
Ii IIJ, illtiIII" y "Itl.ulha t.. Jr.r.f.H. > OF APPOINTMENTS: her friends. ; For rent, 2 suites of 3 rooms each, r'
.". ... .t I Ilnuka 15712 general tone of the writing, of the
'" 'It.1)11)1181) by L"w 1505CU111ISi To begin with, she always rises elegantly furnished. Elderly couples '
.II"\'I'III'I\ : : : an news articles and the careful and '
I "' II \: $ I I.'I:115 _
T.). ..11,1", 1,11947! CoCo hour too late It isn't that she has catchy "make-up" of the entire issue preferred. i''
. '1,1101 T'I/IH"'I'' 51' ',4 4 < one definite hour for and A 6-room house so arranged as can !
f'''I'\:TY 11\ i11'lN 1 : 1,2 50 getting up results in an attractive sheet each '
A.HII..LTI'H; .\< :\o-T:: : 294157lITAI : Woman Who Hurries Seldom that that period is an hour later thanit be sub-renteci' 3 suites for light '
...
,. time the
--- paper appears.
I II >LIS1M1NTS: { : :: 9759825 (8* Accomplmh Anything ought to be Upon the contrary'Very housekeeping. r:
-. -. 4 Florida may well offer to compareher
4 MRS. MARY SUMMERS 608 Pen-
I
Net: 1 Ihllnu,, .. .tune :jI'llt' IHI5) 9151252dnunle many times she rises at an early
with those of
'\ IJutxlu"hng" JIIII. 3"lh." UtJ6 $3,30117Tlensul.ls 444444444444444444 period. But that particular time is papers any state In field St., 1 blk. W. of the end of brick ::j};
- the union. For publication to j '
II."""", JIIII. ::111110. 1915 ".HI3 611 always one hour later than she has every ave., S. Kissimmee. t. ,'r'A
Unpunctuality] is a failing to which be found here that lacks In news, in 'I '
1111'1)' 10'1 I7Trenxur specified the night before t
of and it there -
many us are prone editorials, in attractiveness can be .
r e 1:111111\: .Inll') 1.1. 1915! '1.06 On therefore ,
\" '" r"'H, IIllxl.ll/dlllg' .Iall' 1x1 1915 $18.OU473Lean fore behooves us to be none too rising, she feels that _;,:or
n""I1' p.d\< ) )III ,1101 Lulu olh'r fUlIls 85 rlI 811 !92323Urdell scathing in our condemnation of those she has lost one hour of valuable

J"'y 1t,1. utJ6 ,11.211:! unfortunate beings-whether men or time, and is correspondingly annoyed oooooooo ooooo oooo oooooooo.ooooooooooooooo. oooo I

HE.'I.II'T:4.: : J'III'' ) lilt 10 JUlie 301h. 19Jr. women-who never seem able to keep thereby The very fact that she has

1' HU.\I L1ona!: : 1'.11. slut. 7'nxes & 1.1. ulae 613,518): ;: 110'I'nx 70I'"nlpu any appointment at its due and proper failed to carry out her pact, even INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE:

"II..,.. Taxes &. demptlona. 2,171 29 time, but, as the saying goes, have when it is a trifling matter and the Vfr'i
....I.. "r Feed. III 55
Tra11ef11, front lte\rnue" Fund 460 511,086041110h1ug indeed been born an hour too late, I only] person concerned is herself, has Let insure Life Health "
us Property. J
says a writer in the Philadelphia 1 la certain moral influence on her whichis your your your
N.1 23.1b3.b7
Led f'r. I decidedly deteriorating.This Information in regard to property for ;
Dlslll'IIs1\I: II-I::'>:TJail": tat III .llIn. 311. 1915.Ii !

ill $nlnilrs. u..IS.of Hllal..IN Sup .Inl. 1)d tlta.1)J $460110 To such, the failing of unpunctu- spirit of slackness is with her sale and rent cheerfully given. ' A"fl

fold C''UIII' 'unnnlalonere. for ality is second nature. They really all day long. She has risen one hour

foal. 11..1, uf ll'spl.llall'I..1' 111,0 1.11991 5'U, find it an impossibility to be "ontime"under later than she had planned, and has | WE WRITE!: THE KIND OF INSURANCE THAT PAYS. "

'1'uula. ) I Coat & llrpalr 34b 46I.Iv. ; circumstances however therefore completely missed one of '
: Stink} \ foal r' flue: & I'e.d 1.46521 any Only reliable companies in our list. '

J',101 fut I'I1e, I..h"r I 14121 pressing. her morning appointments.The ,f"X .t

l'tty F"'dl"1, )or<, 'and.,,1\11'1 Core Ii lIa,1a or, ('onlcla 1LoU.11 These people are more to be pitied second appointment now does >>. G.a.crN": : ":':'; .E{. '.

Oil H".I" 2.743.28 I than condemned, for their besettingsin not seem so important in her ''t'
111ft. of CUIIVICIU and Coat of Keeping 1.662.66 eyes as Citizens ''V ..
1 Second Floor Bank Kissimmee Fla. if
Bldg.
,
PI"'m"I1< 1)u nccount'of dlsd'1 gedI hampers them tremendously in the first. She decides that she will ,
( 'leased aI 00
i'Jt,' I 1-00".a IlvII'la 1',10' U.fiOIUHJ) the pathway of life. They miss half abandon it temporarily and make one ++4+4*+4+*+4+++4+4+4+*+4+44+4++4++* **** **'f* *<>< '.

I 1,!:. Paid 1111..r..1 10 Incorporated on Borrowed Towna IIIQII"Y 4320.99 41>6.32 the pleasures of existence and lose bold effort to catch the tail-end of ----- --" -- ,.. ,1Y]

.", NUV.I I 1'.101 10 I'll tlt'ner..1 lo'u red 20\1(1.1111 tin half their friends! the early appointment. By so doing,

1 u. 111." 111.,1. 12'; 78I "I'm sure 1 really try hard to be she finds herself in the unhappy po

punctual] wailed a disconsolate dam- sltoin of the with the
dog bone
I 1.1-1'H:4\o:; ;( {: : II'"T: '1'1 I'1'.lL 130.02(1( 45 in his
,_ sel the other day, "but it isn't a bit of mouth, who, when gazing into a I The Favorite Store of Kisiimmee I j r'
1'.'111'11 JII"" 3"111, 1115! r.'ff 5'I \
I \\:1JIll Ilta "UIH".IIII Jnu1 3Mh. UI5 $1349468_ I use'! There are BO many things that I stream sees his own reflection there

crop up to hinder one just at the last and! in a vain effort to capture the
I 'rrl'IIHII"" l'a IJnllune: JIIII' ::11I11. 1915 6.G2b 10 I II
precious .moment-and people are so I reflected morsel, drops his only possible le 4C

1'1\1: t\II 1.:1'1": HI: I't1) inconsiderate, dropping in to call at I portion into the stream.
I '1'II11eU1. I H Idll": ,1,111, t Ill) li'\f.' 52,965 71.u)0ule FURNITUREWE ?
1utMnldug J.111) IHI. IlII6 112':12: : all sorts oMbnseusonuhle times! Only I Thus with the unpunctual maiden- 1

the other day when I had she loses
Net 110100. ,J.'y, lit 1915 1 I 92,03939 an important I both engagements where she

engagement in town, Home might at least have
kepi !1I '
1'IoII'T-( : :; .I,1), ') tat la, .11111. 301h. 1 1915.FIIu11 j one
I )I'III'H, '.,110.1.,1 I ,l $1 1171 21'I'1t8 !' lends of the family descended on us I And this principle of hers is carried ,

I'.uJ.l., ',',11.oI) t.,1 1 lI..o Tn. ulpnuna x 2/37,65,:Iq: 95 '3.413511 from the country at the llth hour. I ,: all tluough life She does not seem 4

Maklll N.I $5,45328 hud to rush off and see that the cook to gain by experience. She gains HAVE IT 4.\

gut them something to eat, and thenit nothing at all, but only loses a *
DI-I:: ;t li"'I II"T": : J.ul'. ) 1.1 I. .11111' ::111111.) 11115 very hiu
... took me quite half an hour after great deal. .
,
1."lit ::410.111.' 1 "'pulia. C"HI BII" InI'I 1, .

c.'I'. 11111,1 1't. t't.Cnaea Coat Hills In 1'Imillai $1,125.77 that to make a graceful exit. It I' For her unpunctuality affects other ',.'

'0"' N 124.39 really is always the same-and yet people in many unpleasant To 1
.'I.k, of 'h. I'aunt\ 'n)1/t) of H'cu.d, I ways. '
I'"s1, IJlII" III 'I, 111)11101 ('axes 231 541'uuuly people label me as 'unpunctual,' and I them it means loss of time, temperand In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete 't

I '"H.' a Judge. Cuat lulls I" ('I )ll11ln..1 4 29JII.I am blamed for a fault that isn't in very often money. And the per- line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting {florae, and

h1 nr the 1.1.0... Cost Hills the least my own !" son who is the cause of such ]loss is handle reliable ,
III, I'I lllltlllti l'a1 a 21 69Cuuut aBed
I'ue.rutulg, Allor..y 1000 In hpite) of this earnest vindication, invariably classed as useless, annoying ),,10'

,VA1In.aa'".. .1. ltl ,I'1.1a u1gl0p11', ) r IlIo.h. III ), Cneea 91140!14627pp.I we must affirm that there never is I and in every case excessively Room Furniture D i i

' 1'0x.1 I'll"..'," I'"IIII. 1211111. any smoke without a fire, and that the I selfish n n g.
:-1.. .. I ,ill x 1.1omdssla11 ell 1..111. e ,'ullo-l",1 2,25
I... ding I''H.' a4"11 - Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
,;.,1.11) hull.. or .luteullr fault 'SanIlan. - ,
: ", \I.. 01), ll, I. III.. & l'et's 6470, rr.rs..6wrs.O---a.at.au.---- .
I'. link I'r' l."Ie. la 665)1, I lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers .{)
,
1 III'llrlltax 42 .a ,
t4s O '.'
TOTAL IJI:4IH'HI: '3 .S Couches, Etc.

Net 1\,00a"' .III''', allll,. 11.15 -1.4 r. (5lllannua rl
) "UI.I.llloIl". .lour 3111h. 1i115 97454Treasurer's a -- ---=

n.II'c .3 11111' al"" h. 1915: .449.6l1 This U
store making a record for itself in the matter of

M'\C, I' \. I't 1I1.1l1'l'I) : Tst"d l for years by your fathers with never-failing : helping people to outfit hornet. Come and tee. Our prices are to

Tr.18eur'r'e Itllan'e, ], Jn0 y tai. ]191'5 $301 HI / good! results. These home-made matcii.-il.s right
\\a11a11Ia "U'Ht'lII.IIIlK' Jail ) 1st. 1 1915 af.IIIII'pent'lt are

.I11n'y let. 1915 -- 4.19Ho"I : dependable] to build up and sweeten your land. 0 :. ==-_= I fi

: let 10 June 301h, 1915.
] II"I':4. Jlln'y
FH" 1. Tux I''II'. tor. '1'11 xra. 32031 65 Ground Bone Blood and Bone ii :
Corn 1,troller, Tara .o6 27 2.24:1: iI2
Guarantied Analysis Guarantied Analysis p I TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
Net
Making 2195.73 Ammonia .504.Z Ammonia . . 10% O I .

DISIII'It)4E11ENTS.:> ..J..II'18t 10 JUIII' 30110. 1915. I I'liosjilioric\ Acid 22'; Phosphoric Ac.jd. 11%
F"I: HuhH' lpl" )1"us $6664CUUllly No matter what kind of an Engine yon hare-Gas, Steam,
booklet gnu flU N Natural I' ,\nt Food! Heal Hlixxl nml lioueDried
)NOt'telllll'Il: llltMMl Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly: the Tech yea 1

Total Dlehursements $816. 64 need in everyday work-WreDchea Hammers Oilers -
. !Not Acidulated Raw Groiiiul) Bone 0 your etc, ;
Net Balanee] June 30th. 191r. $1.3u9 All all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will 1
-"auIB. IJUtetlllldlllg, .lUll" 3HIo.{ 1915 (NONE) 0 \mmojiiii Preserved Not Tankage .
Tn'"u'I''H U"I""lI' .lull" 30th. 1915 $1,37909e I I'liosphrni-.itl Absolutely Untreated surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only. ;J

;r Available hut in Quick Availability N I hardware that b of superior quality and yon will make no mb-

%("OOL FUNll, U Alkaline Form Steady Supply take in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock.
Italnnce
: Tr"aallr..r' J"n'y tat 1916 1169.76 _. 4'1t
tt 'Yarranls OUI"tan.lln, Jan'y tat 1915 '21,45821 Write for Prices *
Leo. Warrant No. b26. I'ald by Duplicate. 40.00 21,418,21d .

Dendt Jan'y ).1. 1915 121.U8.U Wilson.Toomer Fertilizer Co.Manufacturers : t,
\\v 1 RECI-II'TS, J..n'y ht to June 10lh, 1916. .
FROM: Tax Collector Tax" 29.084.97 : of Ideal Fertilizers Osceola Hardware
.j'', r.oana from Rank. 11.600.00 Company- *
t : Jacksonville Florida
; l 'omptroll..r. Taxes k Redempllons 4,887.36 .
"f\ ,
1':y 1'- Klnd.rgarlen 61.60
;' J. W. S..ar. 14.60
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fill. ur II
joIo.I" 1' colored HllJh School 100.ao lta//rrGO/afar----rro -r. ,

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1\\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLLT GAZETTE )0., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER,It, IflS
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; a \ The' Gazette I lUT CHRISTMAS, GOODS AT HOME induces the power of reiiiUnce, which in itself it III i i .
Kissimmee
Valley -"- the best preparedness.The .
.< * Btiy it at home this. t ariatm..I'Keep t prosperity clean man, physically and morally the man r Letters; From; Our Readers J1 jj t.

y ......... 1IDgerF' .......7. in' this town I What better slogan could we have who live his life not in excesses but in moderation
.fl.. I. .UQ 0...<<. s...tlmm, KlMl_ Pia.- for a progressive community spirit? Everybody the man who at sixty looks, and practically i is, twen-

w. a. HARRIS AND H. O. VANS AONKW. OwK. ..."... want to see this town prosper, and we all want to ty years younger such man is accepted,: by the insurance L. .,, . . . . - . . .. y . .-a.. ',, rNATIONWIDE
t share in the fruits of that prosperity. Even the examiners our severest critics, at the best I. ''!J
B. NAVOLB. E4l .r sad Maua-OTV PROHIBITIONEditor should also petition delegates to the :
i a ..-- fellow who habitually tends out of town for his risk. He i i. willing to sacrifice'Appetites and passions coming national convention .
urging I'
:
o: a.a.erlptl.a Mteary own goods want the full quota of the riches that for: something worth while. He does not share Valley Gazette:
On Copy. One Tear .'_____ _____X-______ ".B0On accumulated through the thrift and the sentiments of the old lady 'who being advised The !goal of all temperance effort support and vote for candidate fa. ;r. '
COPY. Six\ Month. __,-___u______ 1.00 are husbandryof voring unequivocally national prohibition .. ,t
On. Copy. Three Monthsr,"_____________ .71\\ his fellow citizens. Producing and selling the as to her diet replied: "'I 1 don't want to eat what it should be nation-wide prohibition. The that will "
(,' they by work and
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surplus abroad and then keeping our money at good for me. I want to eat what I'd ruther." rescuing .of an Individual here and vote seek 'the indirsement of that vital .:
All communication, excvpt from our authorisedorreipondonti. home by buying from home will add There lack in Florida of educational -
mu.t he Btgnrd by the writer. dealers many la no opportunity there and the banishing* of saloons issue in the national platforms. ,
k Rejected matter will not be returned unless called thousands of dollars to the money in circulation in as to sanitation, nor how it may be accom- from communities great and worthy I E. H. Parkinson, D. D. 'r

for. this community. It is the sure way of meeting pros- plished. The dangers peculiar to the climate have ends though they are, they should I Chicago. \
with and gathering in share been described a thousand times, and the of .
press
(Entered In the Pcmlofflce In Klsulmrnee, Florida. perity open arms our rather augment thar diminish exer- f..
a* eecond-claM matter) and a little more for good luck. Let other communities the state has been and is inspired in these directions tion looking toward the speedy pro- COMING TO KISSIMMEE .:v'a

support themselves. Our interests and' by the highest motives and intelligence. Perhapsmore hibition of th' liquor traffic And' Charlotte Mich., Nov. 8, 1915. )
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1915. duly at home. Let's keep this than in colder latitudes there is here disease r
. I i our are prosperity in the day has come when definite and Manager Kissimmee Valley Gazette:
.J, + .wt ---- -------- town. danger from germ-carrying msetcs, and the lasl distinct work can be done by thii. individual Dear Sir: Find enclosed draft for h:'

t tell others of it. twenty year have lengthened the list of such diseases toward this and $1.50 to
, i A good mah never has lo very worthy i pay my subscription to the .f:.
SAND-ASPHALT NOT ENDORSED BY If Florida could banish all diseases that are I ultimate object To be sure the professional Valley] Gazette, which expires Dec. ",

Fifteen months of( war and not all dead yeti" GOVERNMENT carried by the several varieties of flies and mosquitoes politician would have him 15, ]!115. Should have sent it before, '
the doctors or most of them, would have to I confine all his plan and effort/ to his' but it has been a bad season heie. I ;'
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E. W. James, Chief of Maintenance Office of practice law or go to farming. 'jeighborhood and then not antagoniz1' spent the winter in KisHimmee three
, Now lei's forget Mexico for an hour or two I'ublic Roads, Deparlmenl of Agriculture made the Therefore Florida's hardest fight for health the outlines of procedure prescribed years ago thjs winter. I may come I Ii.

-- -- following important statement recently, after a should be directed against these in.ects. to destroy by certain bosses liv.ng; miles again this winter. J

; Every fellow possesses some kind of merits, but three days' trip through Pmellas and Pasco counties conditions that (favor their breeding to screen them away. But whatever may be the hintsor Send the Gazette to Warren Shaull, 1t', ,,

too often they are pesky hard to locate :I looking over road conditions : away from food from pantry and kitchen and from mandates of the few the duty and Charlotte, Mich, and to Charles

t -- -- | "Cost of maintenance is one of the chief subjects the person eating working or sleeping. A fly is j I the privilege of every well-wisher of !Tangier Charlotte M irh., for a few ;1

Keep right on scowling. It makes you as handsome ) of study on the part of every one connected filthier than a buzzard and a mosquito proportionate I his country remain very clear and weeks; they both expect to come to ''t
i as a baboon and as winsome as a f iji) islander i with the Office of Public Roads. In fact, procuring to his size more poisonous than a rattlesnake. Then they are to do his utmost for the effectual Florida this winter and I think Shaull yr

-- | data from actual experience along these linesis why come into contact with them when it isn't necessary national prohibition of the liquor will come to Kissimmee with severalin

'j Some people laugh so heartily at their own jokes the object of my activities!' in the state\ The ques- ;? traffic at the earliest possible the party. lie has been in the .'1{
they never discover that they are alone in their tion of which material would be advisable for any And in all the fight for better sanitation, or in date. It may be asked what can the bakery and grocery business here a \
mirth. county lo use, is a matter about which .it would be our failure to make any fight at all, it is as true as individual do for the accomplishment good many years and has decided to S '\

-- -- unwise for me to speak at this time, perhaps, but when first questioned centuries ago that we are ourbrolhers' Iof that end Does not the local work come to Florida and from what myself t,

Slay on the farm develop it promote it certainly brick may be recommended as paving material keepers. It becomes a matter to be settled l afford more opportunities though the and others have told him, ho
for Florida roads. Up this the with our own consciences whether our selfishness }end is not so ? We thinks i
of the of to time government great answer thereare KissImmee is the place.
be acts
nand will wisest
nurse it one
has fit recommend sand shall emperil their safety. It might be as wellto opportunities in the I"
not seen to -asphalt larger and We have had the worst summer
i your Ide.j I asphaltic surface where remind ourselves of the converse proposition that better work if we only look for them. I
or treatments a large expenditure here in my remembrance of /5(! years;
- brother keeper, and if his greed hit .
or
our is our Everyone
projected can scatter literature
is urging rain and cloudy cold above the normal /
,j Uncle Sam is having about as strenuous a time neglect shall menace our wellbeing the remedy 'is nation-wide prohibition. Every 1 don't believe over five clear .

in keeping out of the war as the other fellows are GREAT TEMPERANCE LECTURE in our own hands peaceful if possible by force if voter at least should forward petitions days a month since April.

having in it. need be. to the legislators and congressmen Please send receipt. d

Recently in the city of New Orleans a divekeeper urging their vote and support ofa Yours truly,
About everything worth having on this earth retired from business without any previous notice, EDITOR HITS HORNETS' NEST national prohibition bill--they J. 1)) BUTLER. 1,

p has advanced in price except the subscription price says the Woman's Weekly and on his suddenly Clarence Woods, editor of the Eustis Lake Re- I,

of this paper. ceasing to transact business he left a letter on his. gion, hit a regular hornets'nest when he assailed

-- bar explaining the reasons for his action It was the brick roads in Orange and Seminole counties in SAID ABOUT
Good thing we are not president of these United the greatest temperance lecture ever delivered in his fight for sand-oil.! roads. First the press of both KISSIMMEE J
States. We wouldn't know what to do with the thai city. Sanford and Orlando attacked him ; then the ever- I

I salary and the kicks. "It takes a mother twenty years to raise her boy, ready Willis Powell of Clearwater. took a fling at AND OSCEOLA COUNTY ;

: :- but a painted woman can ruin him in twenty minutes him. Now the Orlando Board of Trade has come f

l Young man beware of the maiden who continually ," is what he wrote. He announced that he forth with a denunciation demanding that he be qOOoo.oooooooooooo ooo. . oeooooe- - - - -AA..a.a. . .y 04004 .

growls at her mother. She will develop into a would return to a country town and live in peace barred from the Central Highway Association. and The truck growers of Kissimmee and the amusement afterwards

' y champion snarler at a husband. with his family something he had not done since from the State Press Association. have changed the name of their organization I the KIssimmee meeting will be on Hope this j'
'if,1r - he commenced operation of the dive. He was mak- Speaking of this action and quoting the resolution to the Kissimmee Products order.-MacClenny Standard.

President Wilson was greatly agitated when his ing a great deal of money but he relinquished it all, the Orlando Reporter-Star says: Growers. This name will be placed on +-
,
s.t automobile! came near to running down a small boy. closed the doors of his palatial dive and staled thatas The Orlando Board of Trade last evening unanimously every package shipped by the mem- I note that J. K. Hilliard, liMng in

Alone in his class, by jinks I he held a long lease he would keep the place voted for a resolution condemning the editorof bers of the organization in additionto the vicinity of Kissimmee, has sue-
closed so no one could open another at that corner. the Eustis Lake Region for his recent campaign the name o fthe individual grower cede d in producing I Duroc-Jersey
This saloon man had a boy of his own. One against the brick road system of Orange county. -Florida Grower. hogs in ten months that weigh, 300
The fellow who thinks more of his club or a night he saw a mere boy one greatly resembling his ; The resolution declared the articles appearing in -+- pounds. Those people in this vicinitywho
? than he does of his wife is on a Bob Holly of the
Sanford
street corner par
Herald
own son enter his place a sober and innocent the Eustit paper to be untruthful and the tactics were making sport of the six
P with the big dog that steals the little dog't bone. came back at those fellows who are weeks old
The lad of
youth. was talking in a boyish way of the Eustis editor were condemned in severe lan- pigs in the Everglades
i iI : :- school and sports when he entered but in the course : guage. The resolution met the vociferous aprovalof advocating press association with which weighed fifty pounds should

\w When your friend declines to laugh at your of a short time he had been given drinks by a paint' i those present and the room was filled with the amusement features cut out. He figure up the pro rata-and by so do-

ti joke just gently remind him that it requires brains ed woman and he was discoursing in the languageof most representative citizens of Orlando. The resolution says the boys will not attend. Bob ing learn that i if Hilliard had lived on

* to appreciate the really brilliant things of this life. the habitues of (the dive. This so shocked the was offered by Editor W. M. Glenn of the is right in one sense of the word and the rich soil of the Everglades his i ..

: :- proprietor that he began to think of his own be- Sentinel. Editor C. E. Howard of the Citizen con- wrong in the other. Have a press as- hogs would have weighed 350 pounds

A noted British peer predicts that revolution or loved son.When. fessed that he had a similar resolution in his pocket sociation composed of strictly news- each in that same ten months.-Palm .f

ti+ I anarchy will prevail in Europe at the close of the the night was over the saloon man closed which he was going to offer had not Glenn beat him paper men, hold business sessions first Beach Post.
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+r war. Trot 'em out. Any old change would be a I II and locked the doors never to again conduct a similar to iL Several members spoke in favor of the ---- -------- U

', 1 I blessing. place. In an interview with the newspapers he resolution and there was no dissenting voice when OOOOOOO.OOOOO OOOOO.OOOOOOO.OOOOOOOCCO t

plainly and honestly told of how he was shocked the vote was taken. The text of the resolution follows -

when he realized that his own son might enter : I STATE PRESS COMMENTS
doctors some other dive and be ruined. It was a great "Whereas. Clarence E. Woods of Eustis Fla., I Jeat .J

f finish him and plant him and bob up serenely for temperance lecture he gave and as it was all a editor of the Eustis Lake Region has printed in 0..0000 00 oOO.OOO.O HN. eo.o . . a .. _ . .
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{ 9 the next round. reality and not mythical it undoubtedly will havea that newspaper articles and photographs misrepresenting T
weight in Louisiana. The make the conditions of Naturally we are not averse to the mingled hopes an.d] fears that assailed /r/
I ,i -: :- I great story world actual Orange county gazing at the shapely form of ,
ij j 14t "Every wheel it turning in the manufacture of a good theme for a drama or a movie brick roads, put down at a COlt of $600.000, resulting ty woman dressed in nothing a but pret-a and mingled in the bosom of 4"

war supplies for Europe," proudly assert an ex- from a recent unprecedented rain storm; corset, but at the same time it strikesus this wretched man as he bored away r
change. And we might add that not even a spavined SANITARY PREPAREDNESSAn "Whereas he has circulated copies of the Eustis a rathe crude to advertihe. with his feeble instrument looking
b mule is reserved for the defense of Uncle Sam. Lake Region in various parts of Florida and in way forward
J Jtl Gainesville Sun. to the moment
of worth of cure'' sections of the United States bringing desre when' he
rt --: : - ounce prevention is a Ion other -4- I
A miserly cuss told us the other day that he The cost of disease prevention compared with that pule upon Orange county's brick roads, and by the Rumor hat it that CongressmanSears i J might possibly stand outside. ,of prison -

it had no use for gold, and a young blood around town of its cure is one to a hundred, perhaps a thousand, use of these articles and photographs ha sought!': will be placed on the agricultural ( e I walls and breathe the aIr of liberty

rr M1 piously remarked that he never could bear to lookat and its a lot surer in a large proportion of the to disrupt the public mind and to bring discord IntQ committee of the House. This -the liberty which h. had ruthlessly' .

a well turned ankle and an ancient spinster declared physical ills thai afflict humans An attack of typhoid those counties voting upon bond issues for the bet- is an important post and would af- Imrterc-d in a moment of drunken i

she wouldn't accept the best man on earth, fever brings art expense anywhere up lo a terment of the state of Florida ; and ford our member a fine opportunity to I recklessness for eternal
and of course we believed every word they told us thousand dollars for doctors medicines nurses and "Whereas, his attacks upon Orange county's do effective/ work for not only Florida, and hopelessness
from six weeks to three months of lost time and brick highways are absolutely indefensible. and at but! the entire Southland. I'alatku I misery Csder, the utter despair -
.
i'' Speak softly to mother. Talk gently to father every man must figure for himself what that is the same time rankly malicious, unfair and unjust) ; Times-Herald ; that seized and paralyzed his
" Be considerate of the brother or sister. It will makea worth. therefore emotions, when, thralled with seeming I

man of you. and in after life yc-u will be kind You can be insured against typhoid for a dol- "Be it resolved by the Orlando Board of Trade Lakeland bids fair to become as success of his plan and tedious

gentle and considerate to all people, an honor to lar or two and in Florida for nothing if you can't that his. practices methods abuse literature and famous as the home of candidates for toil, his feverishly pulsating body

. your community, and a bright spot in the lives of find the dollar. The same is true of a number of unwise publicity be condemned. good jobs as Monticello once was. against the fresh warhi earth, the

: ,1 your fellow beings. other diseasessmallpox, malaria i tetanus. diphtheria ; "Furthermore insomuch as Clarence E. Woods I Political prestige was once the great-i I and pitiless jerked hand mm of .the Law reached out

-- even against having a cold with its varying has violated the principles and underlying motives glory of that middle Florida town. Even back. t
'' Here's good advice to newspaper critics. The complications of grip,' influenza and the rest. So of the constitution of the Central Florida Highway I We point to the fact not for Monticcl- not without such as you, John Ashley are

Orlando Reporter-Star lays: it seems no one really need be very sick in Florida Association which was originally organized for the lo's shame, but as a wee small warn- It is true your worth to mankind.
The Daytona Journal offers good advice to its unless he, like the old negro "enjoys po' health." betterment of the good roads cause in the state of ing to others- Gainesville Sun. and your dogged persistence
determination
v I disgruntled readers telling them first to subscribe This state 1 has recently been declared on the highest Florida be it resolved that a copy of this resolutionbe - 11 for the paper read it for three months and if authority to have the lowest death rate of all dispatched to Hon. T. Ed. Bryan president of Henry Ford should hurry up with for but you made a brave effort

4 they don't like it by that time to criticise all they the Southern states, yet too few people in Floridadie that association praying for his dismissal from those $200 traction engines. In September that your an release. You demonstrated ]

f !like. This is a fine prescription. Subscribe first of old age too many die before they ought 4o membership in that body ; this country shipped $8,000- metal through unbending will can drive soft ,
t and pay in advance ; then lambast it if you please be worn out. "And inasmuch as Clarence E. Woods, in allowing 000 worth of horses and mules to Eu- Reporter-Star. hard Btone.-Orlando

4 because you'll have some right to do so But don't Thev Southern Medical Association which recently and permitting the publication of these malicious rope and if the war continues a few I

.+' t J borrow your neighbor's paper and then condemn met at Dallas. Texas spent an entire session articles and injurious photographs in a newspaper years more this will be a horseless The brick roadways of Hillsborough

: the paper for what it says ; it isn't fair. discussing sanitary preparedness which tome speaker of which he is editor has not only violated the principles country-if people can get a cheap county are an asset worth times I
many
t) -- declared to be a greater national need than mili- of the Central Florida Highway Association, traction engine to do the ,work.- the original cost They
are down
BAKER COUNTY AN EXAMPLE tary preparedness. Dr. Rupert Blue surgeongeneral but has in a corresponding degree betrayed the trust Wauchula Advocate. I they are hard; they are smooth and;
What a few people can do if they are really of the Public Health Service one of the highest and faith of Florida journalism and darkened the I we can use them.'and we
r" determined in the matter of good roads .is shown by authorities in the nation on sanitation, emphasizedthe ethics of the newspaper profession be .it further resolved Nearly all the papers in the state I I them. Regardless of whether appreciate ,
there ,
the fact of the ill
k, the character of the roads of Baker county flor- importance of maintaining the body of man constantly that a copy of this resolution be dispatchedto are commenting on a better material when all things
.; ida. A staff disease." The the president of the Florida Press Association Lakeland Telegram's having reachedits are d
correspondent of the Atlanta Constitution "on a war footing against considered I am surely glad, that q
on the recent Dixie Highway tour wrote as efficienly of sanitation, enforced though it may be, requesting that his relations with' that organization fifth birthday, and are telling whata are here for us to enjoy and they
- : follows of the Baker county roads was aptly illustrated by the results of measures be severed" good paper it is, what it has done will make Hillsborough they
for Lakeland and for the state of county grow
c "There is not a county in Georgia which has not adopted in the United Slates Army and Navy which faster than any other one factor, .
as good and \better resources and more people than in the former prevented a single death from typhoid Every newspaper is glad to hear nice things : Florida, as well as what it means to I H.llsborough. now the leading and I
the individual editor in the of county
Baker county, Florida. through an entire twelve months. A plea was made said about it. We are just as ain as the ordinary way a I lof Honda ,is destined to contain the .
welcome
exchange. Just want to
"Baker county, lorida I has 3,500 inhabitantsand for like protection in civil life. individual and we like to hear the good things just say leading city of the state: One .
that it to all that these man
means us
35 miles of Dixie Highway road. Thai is just Florida's Board of Health has been for a quar- as much as we regret to hear the other kind. It laughed at me up in Maine this
have said and then Arcadia summer .
.x I mile of road to he built by every I 100 people in ter of a century a pioneer in-dw, fight for better. gave us much pleasure therefore to receive a call News. some when I made that prediction lie .

the county. Thai county has the average number of sanitation, for sanitary preparedness, and the learn- from Milton Pledger a young attorney formerlyof -+- had lived a short time in Tampa

white women and children and dependent negroesof ed men at Dallas were discussing matters that Flor- Marianna. Fla., where he practiced law since John Ashley, convicted of the mur- years ago and his memories of UTe

any county tha t may be found in the South' Yet ida's health officials have made household word in 1903 with the exception of the 1910. 1911 and der of a Seminole Indian, came near Tampa of that time| were none too

. in the two days'run from Tallahassee to Jacksonville this state for years. For they have advocated rot 1912 when he was in Georgia Mr. Pledger states to digging hit way to freedom withna pleasant, and that such a city could I

the county of Baker had absolutely the best only the employment of special disease preventives that he was influenced in a large degree to makea ordinary spoon through a concrete ever grow to be the chief city of
a and the most scientifically constructed and theE at they have been worked out and proved by medi- visit to Kissimmee which resulted in his selectingthis wayy. When the officers discovered Florida was beyond hu comprehen

best maintained roads between Tallahassee and i cal science but they have taught and insisted that city at a home, through looking over the column his efforts to escape he was within sion. Inside of ten years Tampa will* ,

!' rt] Jacksonville and from point of population the best i proper sanitation i i. the best we.ponagainst diseases of the Valley Gazette which Editor O. C. three earthen feet of freedom. He be the biggest city in Florida, and
f l in the entire South. of all kinds, for it puts the body in the best Moore of the Marianna Times-Courier, told him had been working patiently during Miami will be pushing Jackaonvill

tt'' .4 "It i it a shining illustration of what people can. condition to make the fight They have argued that was the "best weekly newspaper in Florida." We guarded moments of the day and hard for second place.-Florida Grow-

j' _irT do if they are a mind to do aomethin,." cleanliness of pmon. of habits and of surroundings .,thank both Mr. Moore and Mr. Ple
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I 1 Moved 'by cWnnethnaii" Buckmaste'r!of Wr fcUany "'friends.; 'SeeretalT'arac. Roses,art more In favor t u"n".r NUMBER 40 FDHJHE.KMJ: ,

; : th.t the iropoia1"otU "Atla tl ''Engineering : "' ., u.th. guest of Mr mad Mr.1; t01"'J'OWDI"'and. "m1l1inel'J'. ". w . _

r St- CloudNew ::Departrt; Ci-r/o* tile> .pralinj nary ,Wethsrbee from Saturday,'until Mon. 1 .04 *''bi-t' . ve4-- .. 4 ,:............,. ............ ,: a .w.

} t I \ t ts Yorkbe' Recepladrat) I850.00A,JiO\i f!*C' day. :Miss ..Grac, Is.a Christian Endeavor -I El Paso, Tex.-When Stanley.Cobb Expels ier'ofuloue'.huiQors; from,. Ute t.
enthusiast an onded. applied( ,for a licence: to;marry1 Margaret .: ;l
I + ''painted by, bouncllroan Farris I ) and to hare her visit us again. Look for: .Corn, the marriage''license. clerk Uria15r.Ke vnaatillllt:; mopes.nicer/.plmplssTeter -' ; '
and Notes of the "Wonder City" From Our Own ; '
columns tient if Pharmai:
seconded by Councilman Buckmaster an interesting report In the : refused to issue the license thinking! Osceola.

Special! Correspondent that all bids' for engineering be declared of the Gazette of the convention she It was a,joke. When convinced,how-:: cy.. oa',...'.s.. guarantee to ..atisf74JWP, ''' "':'

'off and new bids asked for. has been attending daring the past I .ver, he shelled out. Pop. Corn was; ;' '" ,- .-. )<. f 1

i I Buckmaster, yea; Cummings, nay; week. I said to have opposed the marriage '
:.; Dr. Cushman was a ;Klssimmee Ing, be 'stricken from consideration: :
'I .caller on Wednesday. W. B. Clay, Atlantic Engineering Co., Farris, yea; Kenney nay; Scranton!' Jet Meyers spent a few days la but when appealed to said, "Shucks!
I and headed the list for the
Mr. Ginn J. B. Co. H. E. nay Orlando last week. husking.
and Mrs. VS.40 Wilson, of Elk- W. A. McCrary tire TOOT
pot
hart, Ind., came in Wednesday evening : AnachuU and Chas. E. Collins. Buck- Moved by Councilman Scranton and Arthur HaTe and wife attended IF. YOUR CHILD 18 CROSS boy and(Irian

fJ' to spend the winter. Mr. and master yea; Cummings, yea; Farris, seconded by Councilman Cummingsthat services at East Lake Sunday. ty to
the proposal of Mr. W. A. Ginn ? FEVERISH. CONSTIPATED elheU.....
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Mrs. Wilson's many friends are glad yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton yea. Those who made the acquaintanceof .,.,. .. aDd
for preliminary work be
c. to see them back. Moved by Councilman Farris and engineering Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark of Agra Look Mother!. If tongue Is coated. ': e aorf Qiv.the.ame
accepted at $280.00 and the city solicitor
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A. E. Drought was a Klssimmee seconded by Councilman Cummingsthat be instructed Kansas will be glad to learn that cleanse, little\ bowels" with "Call- i
to draw contractfor chances win
business caller on Wednesday.The the rules be suspended and visit- same. Buckmtfster, Cummings they have decided to spend a few fornla Syrup of Figs," and snocewas promotion
ors allowed to speak. Yea, all. nay; week. In the sunny South this wIn- the lad having the
play at '
"Cupid
College" given
yea; Farris, nay; Kenney, yea;
under the Those the council Were ter. They will arrive some time In .Mothers can lest after advantage o( i
auspices' of the Ladies Improvement addressing : Scranton, yea. easy giving ? n
.' duL, will be repeated on O. J. Tomlinson O. S. Watts L. D. Moved by Councilman Cummingsand Januaryand will make their headquarters "California Syrup of Figs" because ina .-. WEBSTER'S 5

Th.nksgivinaev..nlng in G. A. R. hall. Frost and E. G. Farris with referenceto seconded by Counciman: Farris at St. Cloud. few hours all the clogged-up waste
INTERNATIONAL
W. H. Pullen, of Narcoossee was in sidewalk on Florida avenue. that Mr. C. E. Carlson be allowed to sour bile and fermented food gently NEW

our city on Wednesday shopping.B. Mr. Thornton, Mr. Manning and Mr. construct an approach and crossingacross OOOOO .co I moves out of the bowels, and you havea Dictionary In his home. This new : w

F. Rails and wife with some Ginn with reference to engineering. the sidewalk on Mass. Ave. *0 CHRISTIAN CENTER ITEMS < well playful child again. I creation all kinds answers of puzalina with final questions authority -
friends spent the week end Moved by Councilman Scranton and Sick children needn't be coaxed to
at
Day- Buckmaster, yea; Cummings, yes; 4 0 I In history, geography, biography,
tona Beach.S. seconded by Councilman Kenney that take this harmless "fruit laxative." sports arts,'
Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton O O OOO O spelling,pronunciation, ,
B. Earley of Lima, Ohio, and A. the proposal of Mr. W. A. Ginn be accepted Millions of mothers keep it handy because I and sciences.
yea. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Little were visit- ...._Vocabulary Term. 37M rates.Overesesilluemtlaiu. ,
Earley and wife of North Manchester, as to the preliminary engineering Moved by Councilman Buckmasterand they know of its action on the CotaredPleiee.n ;
Ind., arrived last week and are pleasantly at the price of $280.00. Motion seconded by Councilman Cummings ors in Kissimmee on Saturday.Mrs. stomach, liver and bowels is prompt !ftI>_,__.....Ia.51,14.4 f..r.Tb. .

located for the winter. withdrawn in order that the members to recese to Monday evening, Mary Alderman left Thurs- and sure. I I .ot type al matter ft-Tolnme U enoyolopadU.qnlnlnt*to that .' I IMoe.

Harvey Smith and wife, from Iowa, might give the matter more thought. Nov. 22, at 7 p. m. Buckmaster, yea; day for Okella, where she will visit Ask your druggist for a 50-cent sad.A.tk.esmU'e lIchoIaIty,AcevrcM W._,_Com.,0._***.**..*.*..

came in Monday and are guests at the Moved by Councilman Buckmasterand Cummings, year! Fai.is, yea; Kenney, her son, W. R. Alderman and daughter bat of "Califorcla Syrup of Flvs"which I ..... kd000M7.:
Bonair seconded Councilman Scranton I II Mrs. Lula Brinson, for several contains directions I
House for the winter.A. by yea; Scranton :/oa.1'MON IOO I : for L&.Jlu, KECULAS
E. Bailey, of Elgin Ill., is hereto I that the matter of employing an engineer I weeks. children of all ages and for grownupsTo AND 1

spend the winter in the Sunny I be deferred until Friday evening, : HOo\ O 1 1o Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Tindall, Lonnie INDIA PAPKK

South. Nov. 8th, at 7:00 p. m. Buckmastr, I Hufrhey and Gordon Munn called on Drive Out Malaria EDITIONS.CLac.ninuui 7wltl'1'm

W. E. Starr and John J. Rouen yea; Cummings yea; Farris yea; ('E Tl1n: 0 I Mr. and Mrs. Ad. Story Sunday.Mr. And Build Up The System lee r r

crantz, of Cranford, N. J., are guestsat Kenney yea; Scranton yea. o 0 Bell\ visited at the home of Take the Old Standard GROVE'S -.1.. i iill
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TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know .
the New St. Cloud Moved by Counciman Kenney and I ......
hotel for the
Mrs Masters, Mrs. Hlllard. Mrs.H. W. 1f. Ward Sunday. what you are taking as the formula I. &u im".o4.. wr .
winter. seconded by Councilman Cummings on label, showing it is ......
every
N. Funk and Mrs. McLain called* Miss Amy Tindall of East Lake was Y
Mrs. J. M. Scott, of Fort Meade, that a sidewalk five feet in width be Quinine and Iron In a tasteless form. IM. aPRIMSFlY.
on Mrs. Spring one afternoon last the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. J. drives out malaria, the '. MMsV ,
Fla., grand matron of the Eastern ordered constructed on Florida avenueon
week. Little, on Monday. Iron builds up the system :90 cents { 4
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Star of the state of Florida, held inspection the east side from Fifth street to
I Misses Luclle and Mertls Wbldden Mrs. S. G. Barber visited Mrs. Bell\
here Tuesday evening goingto Tenth street, and a sidewalk four feet
Kissimmee Wednesday afternoon. I' wide on the west side of Massachusetts visited Mrs .Journegan Sunday.Mr. Tuesday.Mrs. rF
from Fifth Arnold and two children and Ad. Story and Mrs. Plant Tin- EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Speir, of Nichols, avenue street to I
I Mr Burkhalter and family motored aloe th.m a ale Month' Bp.ol.l CourMat
the stsof Mrs. W. H.
N. Y., are guests at the New St. Cloud Tenth street. Buckmaster yea; Cummings 'dayy were (rue O the TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE and
Farris out from Klssimmee Sunday and en- Ward Wednesday. have them for lit.. W. trala
hotel for the winter.F. yea; yea; Kenney, yea; you equipped
joyed the hospitality of G B. Lawson more young pcopl a. bookkeepers bank- e
Scranton
B. Wells, of Pliilipsburg, On- yea. era, tenesTeptivr and office clerks and
tario, Canada, is a guest for the Win- Moved by Councilman Farris and I and family. : i put th.m Into rood positions than any bid

ter at the New St. Cloud hotel. seconded by Councilman Buckmasterthat Claude Barber and Joe Harveycalled ki'MOt'Shoe b / a other large two tone collecee building1 In Klorlde.with dormitory We have I r

Mrs. A. E. Drought and little the following bills be allowed: at the C. M. Smith home Sun- room. on the second f'oor. W. ha.... sea- rat

i daughter, Alice, of Hammock Grove, T A. Court, street work ____ 5.60 day afternon. Polish .Ion. Day no entranee end Night enerMne'lone.All the Year and Private require ( '

I pent Monday with friends at Nar- + JaH. Peterson, street work ____ 6.60 The following people attended the help free to backward studente. THU ?
BERT SCHOOL FCH BUSINESS AND 1
. coossee. I: J. A. McCarthy, supplies ______ 8.59 "fish-fry" Friday" at Doggy Creek : L. M. HATTON, SUCCESS. Catmlosrue and FIn. Penmanship l

1 Miss Freda Bloom, of Grand Island, I J. W. Embrey sanitary work 3.40 Mr and Mrs. Sam Barber, Mrs. Bell, Camped (/ I M. Acclsrx President. free \o those Interested. Write today r 6 i
Neb. I Buckmaster, C. M. Smith and wife Chas Williams,
came in Tuesday and will remain -I yea; Cummings, yea; M' '
dread f e.tral a.d '
for the winter.A. : Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton, nillle\ and Tommie Bell Susie Bell, R.ady RdlBOB: J .. "p' f i :,
f G. Ulmer of yea. Evelyn' Smith Karl Barber Maynard For U.... j',4 h'I rtfTamiHl YuJA
in
Zephyrhills, was I Ftm. % I
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our city on Wednesday. Moved by Councilman Cummingsand Sullivan and Gordon Munn. Everyone ..a.. $, 1IM1P.1' PHONES: 4TS-4KM ..

i E. C. Dink, of Cleveland, Ohio, will seconded by Councilman Farris had a fine time. V 'K'w.C" : =.A. .... .. C F {
I spend the winter in our Wonder City. that the monthly report of the clerk LeRHle Hayp was the guest,: of Mrs. '_ ....., .

Ed. Roberts, of Kusimmee, was in be accepted and placed on file. Yea, I Wetherbee Sunday. hI.--IIMOw, ;-.r .
...w...... n.KlIoIIOMITT..- '
St.. Cloud Tuesday evening.G. all. Everett Smith was a Sunday visItor v ..r va r. a- swmr ii IF .n
H. Clark spent the week end Ordinance prescribing the salariesof at the G. B. Lawson and C. M. SUB-TROPICAL '
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I I. + with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, certain city officers presented and I Smith homes. = ..r'arpi.d."d '5|

at Orlando. read the second time. i Fred\ Harvey went to Orlando On riTwYeYsPEll. MID-WINTER FAIR AND ,f -r ,

. J Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carlson, Mr. and Moved by Councilman Cummingsand 'Sunday where he expects to pack 4 A*
. 7 Mrs. J. II. Fergusonand Miss Ruth seconded by Councilman Buck- fruit. See JOHN S. PEN NELL ii EXHIBITION 1

I Wylie motored to Kissimmee Sunday master to recess to Friday evening Nellie Wetberbee attended the C. SOS Bermuda A... P. O. Box 6S2 t

. 4 afternoon in Mr. Carlson's new Dodge November 12, at 7 p. m. Yea, all. \K. Convention In Klsslmmee Wednesday --- -- TO CITIZENS OF VOLU8IA. LAKE J r'
8KMINOLE OBCEOLA AND OR
S car. Council met in regular recessed and Thursday. Those who at- NUB COUNTIJBa / 4'
. j Randolph Young of Whittier session November 12th, with all mem- CHICHESTER s PILLS GRKHTINdlB .
was afternoon from Un-
leaded Thursday It known to all of you that yo.
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in our city on Tuesday. bers present. *S I Ad .r.r w is are Invited and expecto preparea..1
ion Center were Mr. Wetherbee and t
i 1=: 'Jt; exhibits for display at the ti'
' .; Mrs. Rhea Sawtelle left Friday ev- Mayor Garner (presented the appointment wife; Guy and Blanche McClaln and ,.N.....A Ned ad e... .r. ''Ie Y. Teat exposition already asjreed upon .
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ening to spend some time at Portt" of R. G. Reynolds as city I W veWI BMf- by your people. enraKlnsr In a friendlycompetlUon ,
Mrs. C. H. Funk. .5.a. A..k(.. rla.t" ..!j.I.a: GREATEST EVENT IN for the exhibition of the
Richey Fla. engineer. Townsend LA .". ItaCNn PILk"I nisi varied products of )your .otlon, also, .
Interla- h
of ,
: Miss Grace *
things Made In lownm. your 1
THEIIISTOHY IOU
Mrs. E. O. Mitzel and Moved by Councilman Buckmasterand e. y.n .... "
Mrs. Roy E. school workyour frulu,; .... > t
chen or' as she Is familiarly knownThanksgiving SOLD BY DKUGGISTS EVEKVUfHERfiPkj.
; j Low, of Narcoossee, wen in St. Cloud seconded by Councilman Kenney OF THE of tables house your. and'farm Geld...).'...at., f.up stores.,*

on Friday doing some shopping. that the appointment of R. G. Rey- FIVE COUNTIES your alO<'k., ehUkens an4r aUiiOther
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". Mr. and 'Mrs. I. N. Burch spent nolds be aproved and the salary be thlnas Prepare of Interest--f-M to attend In ti-person> and J with, -

Monday in Kissimmee. $5.00 per day. The engineer to receive your family and friends, and the atrangtr > 4
within :your gatesSUBTROPICAL
Dr. Simpson, of Kissimmee was in written orders for work to be at Taylor's 5 MID-WINTER EX-

our city Monday evening. done and to make report of the work
POSITION OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE
a Mesdames A. F. Drawdy Jane Mc- done to the council. Engineer's helper COUNTIES COUNTIES. Ft'

!; Dermitt, Quincy Bass, Miss Carrie to receive 25c per h,ur. Buckmaster Prices Good Till Thursday

Yon and Mr. R. V. Phillips of Whit- yea; Cummings yea; Farris, yea;

. tier were the guests on Sunday of W. Kenney yea; Scranton, yea. Noon Nov. 25th FEBRUARY 15.19 1916 4*

1 A. Drawdy, of St. Cloud. Moved by Councilman Buckmasterand ,

'g j The Daughters of the Veterans entertained seconded by Councilman Cummings Orlando Florida
the Sons fo Veterans in G. that ordinance No. 63 relatingto --

A. R. Hall Tuesday evening. Rev. sidewalk on Florida Ave. be 12 tb sack Good Pastry Flour_ .39 Seeded Raisins --nn___ .12 :
Northrop gave a very interesting ad- amended to read five foot walk in-
dress; piano solo by Edith Harrod; stead of six feet. Withdrawn. 18 Ib*. Whole Grain Rice ____ 1.00 Pkg. Persian Dates ________n .10

'>'I, song by Lynn Daugherty, Anchored; Moved by Councilman Buckmasterthat 17 Ibs. Granulated Sugar _____ 1.00 Heinz'i Sweet Pickle. ________ .15

,i' piano solo, Mrs. Potts; solo by Miss sidewalk line on Florida avenue 1 lb. Fancy Creamery Butter __ .35 No. 2 Can Gooseberries ______ .10

'jlj Jane Warner; solo by Miss Bonnie us specified in 'ordinance 63 be re 1 Ib Can White House Coffee. .30 1/4 tb Cake Lowney's Chocolate .10 TWENTY DOLLARS
V Ricketts and pealed. No second.
; no the eveninapassed 16 or. Can Premier lOcI Bottle Olive ___nn_--__ .09
t ;i' all too quickly with games and music. Moved by Councilman Cummingsand
Plum Pudding _________ .30 35c Bot. Mammoth Stuffed ____ .25
,, G. H. Clark returned Tuesday even- seconded by Councilman Buck- h

ing from Michigan, where he had master that the matter of sidewalk 24 Ib sack Pillsbury Flour ____ 1.00 40c Sot Mammoth Queen __n .30 GIVEN AWAY ! H

been called by the death of his father. lines I be deferred. Yea, all. (Roll 100 tb sack Hen Scratch _h_ 1.95 25c Pk,. Edible Bran __n____ .20 ;

Mrs. S. J. Triplett, of Narcoossee call.) 100 tb sack Yellow Corn ____ 1.65 3 Bottles Saor' Extracts n nn .25 ,
spent Tuesday in St. Cloud. . .
- - - - - - - -- - -- --- ---- ---- -- 2 pkt Shredded Wheat __ __ .25
Potatoes
peck 1mb ________ .0 n
! Lieut. Entrikin and wife of Nar- II fOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS THE
j, coossee were shopping our city on STATESBORO MINISTER Armour's Star Hams, Ib ___h_ .20 3 Cakes Toilet Soap --nnn .10 ,I

Monday.Mr. Pure Leaf Lard, Ib ________ .12V 3 Cakes Castile Soap ____--n .10 S IAr

Miller and Mr. Lamb from GETS REAL HELP Compound Lard Ib__________ .11 Gunpowder Tea Ib n--______ .30

,, Kansas, arrived; on Saturday last and Krinkle Cora Hakes, pkg. _h_ .07 No. 2 Can White Cherries n__ .18 CENTRAL BUSINESS .
are located on Ohio avenue. Rer. J. Powell" Tells How He Found
New Strength to Give to 21/.tb Can California Peaches. .20
Mrs. M. E. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. His Labors.
; John Catlin have opened the Blue Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., 2V,lb Can Cala. G. G. Plume_ .20 AND AFTER THE FEAST IS OVER COLLEGE 1 1e

Front restaurant on Pennsylvania avenue suffered from stomach troubles so seriously 7 Can. Baby Pet Milk ________ .25 OFFLORIDA

; that thev affected under his work. I 3 Cans SmaH May Peas _--___ .25. d
He struggled on the handicapas
y Mrs. J. B. Westcott and mother, best he could-hardly realizing,I 10 Ibs. Meal or Grits _h_____ .25: 6 Good Cigars, any make _n_ .25
Mrs. Newell Edith Jenness and Hugh perhaps, just how .much his sicknesswas
I Collins Wescott arrived Monday evening hurting hint- Medium Pail Cottolene________ .60 3 Plugs Jack Spratt Tobacco __ .25

One day he learned of Mairr's Won- Pail Cottolene ______ 1.40 Mule
from New Jersey and all Large 3 Pluji Brown ________ .25
aie
derful Remedy. He took the first dose
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pleasantly located in the Ladner -then decided to take the full treatment 3 $ks. Premier Oatmeal _____ .25 3 Plan Tooth Pick __________ .25 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .OFFERS ITS

house on Ohio avenue and Eleventh lie wrete: No. IVg California Peaches __ __ .12 25c Plug Natural Leaf __nnn .20 ,
$ "Since using the six bottles of
street. wonderful remedy I feel like another your No. 1 Asparagus Tips _u _____ .10 25c Plug Corn Juice__________ .20
> Revival services began in. the M. E.
man. It has been quite a wonder to I No.3 Sweet Beets _hn____ .15 1 Pint Grape Guice u__-_____ .20
,. church Sunday evening, beginning at me to know how one could have a COMBINED
6:45. Services will be held every ev- stomach disease like mine and live I
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,: ening except Saturday until further and do the work I did. I just escapedthe $$90 '
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I notice. Evangelist Liddell cannot "Now I can eat what I please asd AND EVERY ITEM GUARANTEEDTaylor's ''I
come (but hope to have Mrs: Mabel it doesn't hurt me night or day." +M

. Q. Stevens by the middle of this week. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
( i; Council Meeting. permanent results for stomach, liver
I;'' R Council met in regular recessed and intestinal ailments. Pat as much Payable $10 Month
session and whatever you like. No more distress Cash GroceryPhone per '
5 November 11th 1915 with all
after eating, pressure of gas in
: '). members present. the stomach and around the heat. Get 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash ,
t\: one bottle of druggist now and ;
f.: ... Moved by Councilman Farris and your
try it on an absolute guarantee--if
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,' MIMeM spread with the boys.Girls' I CANNON THAT SELLS CITRUS FRUIT LOSSES htiu(*Ba1ldt\: let 'otaiaapeciat1<< ,
$ '
Short Course. price' on hats for'Thanksgiving week ;

f' Notes Miss Harris who is in charge Of Take Advantage of this opportunityand :.t.
$ Society $
.1"1 t the home demonstration work in Flor- POWDER VISITS CITY ,. Washington, D. C.-If the grower c .good' value for>cash-for '10
ida and Miss Wells assistant ,in New '
I of citrus fruits can not deliver his days only. hats are expected to

., I ; (Mattie Belle Harris Editor.) Home Economics both of Tallahassee A cannon that sells powder Instead -I product at the market In sound attractive arri..' from''Baltimore today. ....
1, together with Miss Anne Bryan Carson -
) '- of burning It up to throw shells condition the money and labor ,REPORT OF TUB CONDITION\ .,?
who is in of the Girlslanning
charge .
de aD is of the Valley Gazette te send Item and invested in his orchard, -. -
.' Request:- .. U ptre ; < Club work in Osceola county, paid Klsslramee a visit this week. money 'TUB STATE RANK OF KISSIMMEH. 4'

pl I I soctetyseveI to tie Editor" for publication, io tkee celr .. su directed the short course for the girls This cannon is not made of iron and are largely if not entirely Wasted. .t Klsds.e nu.!__ ,1\1.FI.rI"...._....at Ina 118 UI_ .flOth
This is the conclusion reached by investigators -
which was given at the Gray stone steel although some of his customersmay '
''I, t '_ _' _ _ _ of the U. S. Departmentof RfI&rt***Meal I
l ' I . III . . . . - - . . . . . . . - - - . . . Casino on Tuesday Wednesday and think he is from his persistent Loan* on .1ate -__---I 88t40.00
...' I. business methods for tbe In Agriculture in a new farmers, bulletin Loan. on Collateral Security .
; TEAl Thursday. connon Other than Heal Etat 182160.00All .
ENTERTAIN, AT Crawford Mrs. E. E. Naugle, Miss ",
r question is F A. Cannon No. 969. other loan a.Llacounts l 90H66.40 .' .
Mrs. W. H. Boise, and Miss Bay, Glenn, Miss, Violet Bullock. Messrs. Tuesday morning Miss Wells gave representing Too Overdrafts ______ __n__ _On 240K.70 v
I many growers, points out the \
the Calumet Powder I'nUvd States Bonds 150000 }/
demonstration of the fireless cooker. Baking com-
1' \ entertained at a cycle tea last Friday I Lee Jarrell Ted Glenn, Dudley Glenn. a author of the bulletin ,fail to realize Other Bonds _______ ,======== 760.00: ;
Tuesday afternoon the girls finished pany, of Chicago, and the powder he Hanklnir House Furniture '
afternoon at their home on Vine M. J. Stead J, K. Atwood, W. A. I sells Is of that variety which the that under modern conditions of handling and Fixture: _____-_______ 271267I'nc
the of bread and baked it.
making
Paul McKee Russel Cole from Hftnk 28936.71Other !
;;..ft street. A number of ladles were Gregory : Miss Harris then gave a general talk good housewives use. of long distance shipment, and Cash Incorporated Item hnu_ 2S497S
; present and brought their fancy and Max Kritz of selling of a perishable .commoditysuch ('ash on Hand _- hhhh_ HS26B1
fl i on the girls' canning club work. Cannon who halls from Jacksonville <:'nuntWarrant"* 016.93
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work. Refreshments of tea and wafers citrus fruits the i . =
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as marketingof City Warrant* Btififi 62
CICLK: TEA IlKPOKTThe I Tuesday night the girls enjoyed the carries a unique (card which .
were served to the guest following Is a complete list of motion pictures at the Dixie theater. boars a reproduction! of a Calumet fruit in sound condition is as essential I Total n___ unUhu 3-H510,17 '
Ma to its
the ladles! who were hostesses at the Wednesday morning Miss Harris Baking Powder can under which is success as production. I aes

LEAGUE HOCIAfj cycle teas given for the "Children'sHome spoke on household conveniences, including printed "our can." On the opposite I Serious Losses. from Blue-Moid. Sutnlu Capital* Stock Kund Paid In _hu __ 100(100 10000( .(Oil MlI'milvlcUd
The members of the Senior Kp- : --- '-
Society of Florida." the tireless cooker and the ice- corn'er of the card 1 are the letters "F. It is estimated that more than 25 !I Profit ((1 I l.-s. Kxpenma -
worth League held a business meetIng and Tax I'aM) _ 3742 99I !>
i I A total of $5X. 40 was raised In less refrigerator A." and underneath a photographic per celt of the decay of citrus fruits I Individual Deposit subject. .
Monday evening at the home of to Check _
r.711.
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this manner and will] lx sent to the The girls prepared their own dinner reproduction of a small cannon. Under occurring on arival at the market and Time Vrtmrate..- of Depontt 374118 II
Miss Nina Bratton on Brack street. I treasurer of that. organization. and ate it. I this is the inscription "our cannon during the first ten days after ar- Vilified (Cheek _ hhh K 6icanhler'a > t tI

After the business was attended to asocial ''Mrs. J. M. WIllHon . . . . .1 .90 After dinner Miss Wells gnve an ." "rivul, are due to attacks of fungi resulting I \.: : :Check' .* ( lutHtHiidliiir.__ __ --- 32JM6 1OM 62 Ofi f
hour followed. Hill Payable ___ _ 604100< > (MI
| Mrs Will\ Gilbert . . . . . . .90 interesting talk on First Aid to the Mr. Cannon is a gentleman of from mechanical injuries or Note and Hill u'Hedlnrounted" ? 3OOO) do
; A guessing contest In which Miss breaks in the skin. Blue-mold decayin All Other Llabllltlm __n___ 360.Oil
Mrs. J. J. C.rimn; and Stockdale 1.60 Injured. pleasing perso'nality'and long years of

Ella Mae Gilbert won the, prize was Mrs..J<; K. Naugle!; . . . . . 1.15 Yater in the afternoon Mrs. C. A. salesmanship experience. His travels oranges grapefruit, lemons and I Total __________ _hn__ 386010.17

enjoyed during tbe evening Pell- Mrs. J. L. Overstreet . . . . 60 Carson entertained the visiting club through the state shonld do much to other citrus fruits is frequently so State 1ror .

clous refreshments of hot chocolate( I Mrs. C. L. Hyatt . . . . . . 60 members with a party at her home. increase. the sale and popularity of serious as to demoralize the market. I I. Roma Opeola.THomaM.n*.:Cashier of th. \

and wafers were served Mrs. Henry Aultman . . . . 60 Wednesday evening all of the girls this already popular brand of baking There is not only the direct loss of above-named Hank do solemnly nwearthat
1 Those present were: Misses Ce- I fruit but the above statement I.I true to thebest
Mrs. E. L. Lesley . . . . . . .90 were the guests of Manager Hart- powder. through decay the indirect I of my knowledge and belief
cilia Overstreet Ella Mae Gilbert losses due ((1)) to I ROMA THOMAH, Cahler.
zell of the Dixie at motion depreciation in
theater
Mrs. N. C. Bryan . . . . . .1.10 a ('orreet-Attest.
Ruth Clark, Onlda Malloy Mattie picture plIY.Thursday prices for fruit actually sound ((2)) to John M. Lee,
Mrs. Tucker and Mrs Sears . 3.65 ..
't Belle Harris, Sarah Cark Mrs. H. N. morning joint HOURS FOR DELIVERYOF a reputation for poor keeping quali- E. I Lesley.
!Mrs. Witherspoon and Cobb . 2.00 a meetingof C. A Carson.
liratton, Messrs. L. U. Zimmermanand ties, ((3)) to the proportionately high m rector..
the Girls' Canning Club and theBoys'
Mrs. Johnson . . . . . 60 Subscribed and sworn to before mo
Russel Cole. Mrs. Evans . . . . . . . . 3.20 Corn Club was held at the MAIL ARE'CHANGED overhead expense of handling a per- I this Hth day of November HOI-SON IWIfiAUHKHTA
444TEA Casino. ishable product which develops great
Graystone Superintendent (Seal .
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PublicMy
Mrs. S. 11. Bullock . . . . . 1.60 Notary
AT CHAPTER HOUSE commlnslon 1
Yowell ofeshools waste and spoilage in transit and empires l Pt''lI1h'r
. county superintendent af-I 6th. A. I. .1ft 4N-U
Mrs. Kvers (donated) . 1.00
Tbe last of the Teas
given
Cycle was ter arrival at the market.
presided and Chairman W. C.
Changes in the hours of mail deliv-
Mrs. Johnson (donated .80
Clay )
at the Chapter House last Saturday 'I Bass, of the school board, sat o'n the eryby carriers have been changed as Another kind of decay due to at-I
Mrs. W. C. Bass and
afternoon and a neat sum re- platform with the speakers. Mr. tacks of fungi is that known Notice To Cattle Owners
a result of the .changes in the time of as -
1 alized. Mrs. W. B. Harris . . . 1.45
Yowell, Mr. Spencer, CongressmanSears arrival of trains on the Atlantic Coast end rot. The losses from this are most
f1 I Mrs. Heaves and Mrs. Starling .90
( I A !short musical program was enJoyed Miss Wells Mr. Evans and Miss Line. The new schedule of mail delivery severe after a holding period of ten After Dec. 1 next I will drive to the
Mrs. Krlbbs and Miss Backofen
1.60
i during tbe afternoon. Miss Carson all spoke to the club members went into effect/ on Tuesday of days or two weeks. Diplodia rot city pound all cows, etc., found"at

I Inez Carson sang several songs with Mrs. Heaman and Mrs. Gaboon 1.40 on subjects pertaining to the work. this week. which closely resembles stem-end large on or in the vicinity of the

Miss Anne Carson at the piano. Miss Miss Virginia Maklnson . . . .76 Bickerdike
I During their stay in Kissimmee, decay in one of the most serious diseases property-Vine street
I I' Mrs. W. I. Barber . . . . 1.26 I The carriers are ro' leaving the
Susie Spears also accompanied the Oak Rose and
sang out-of-town members of the Can- of citrus fruits in Porto Rico street Avenue Central
!Mrs. C. A.Carson check . . 1.60 post office each morning at 8 o'clock
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by Miss Brown. An enjoyable unm- ning Club were entertained in the and Cuba. avenue.

t ber was a violin solo by Miss Helen Mrs. Porter . . . . . . . . .50 homes of citizen Miss Carson and instead of 9:45: as formerly. Control of Stem-End W. J. FRI PI'Agent.

1, Malloy. Tea and wafers were serv- Mrs. C. L. Handy . . . . . .80 aJI of the members wish to thank For the afternoon (delivery the car The Decay for Elizabeth J. Bickerdike.
prevention of
ed during the afternoon. Mrs .11 uf! . . . . . . . . .70 those who thus offered their hospitality riers leave at 2:30 instead of 4:25.: stem-end losses due to 48-2t

The following ladles were hostesses Mrs. Woodall . . . . . . . .80 and made the stay of the girls so This new schedule of Hours will similar nature decay and diseases of a I

Ml.p f- : Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. De Mrs. Lee and Stanford . . . 3.261 pleasant. likely give better service than the chard, cultural,depends and sanitation on proper prac-or-
former one, which made themail delivery
Mrs. Ingram and Mrs. Rober-
Wilton Alderman. Mrs. W. B. Makln- tices. Losses
from stem-end
; I aon. Mrs. L.. W. Pllley, Mrs. J. D. son . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 NEW SCHEUULEON late, both morning nad after which develops very slowly in temperatures rot,
-
4l Clark Mrs. J. M. Willson, Mrs. Oay Caab. . . . . . . . . . .60 noon. .Since' the removal of one of the
below 46
to 50 degrees F., Get YourTURKEY
Mrs. S. B. Aultman . . . . 1.00 three carriers some weeks ago, it has
C. Livingston and Mra. E. E. Naugle.; be
kt1 can minimized
by prompt cooling
* Mrs. C. W. Griffin . . . . . .80 A. G. L. INAUGURATED been necessary at times to employ an by the ,
assistant carrier and with the winter transporting fruit under lowtemperatures
A COUNTRY CLUB DANCE Mrs. Kenneth Butler and and
by holding it
it is than on
season coming on more
F' Members of the Country Club and Mrs. Holmes Prather . . . 2.00 WITH ADDITION OF "TAMPA likely that the government will soon the market at low temperatures as

+ their friends enjoyed the semimonthly Mrs. L. R. Farmer and i SPECIAL" EIGHT TRAINS A far as practicable. Extensive investigations -
have to put on a third carrier regularly. -
club dance last Friday night Mrs. T. M. Riven . . . .1.70'' DAY NOW CONNECT KI8SIM- and practical commercial experience

Y L at the club house. The Ylctrola furnished Mrs. Souders and Miss Petrie' 3.00 MEE WITH OUTSIDE WORLD have conclusively demonstrated -

't' music for the dancing.: Mrs. Harper (donated) . . . 1.00' OVER THE RAILS OF THIS ADVERTISED LETTERS that citrus fruits can be hand- forTHANKSGIVING

a) Among those present were: Mr. Mrs. Tucer and Mrs. Sears . 2.66 COMPANY. --y- led with sufficient care to prevent Injury -

i; ; AI *n& Mrs. J. D. Clark Mr.and Mrs. C. Mrs. H. W. Dolce and Advertised list for the two weeks and to deliver the fruit on the

/ r L Bandy, Mr. and Mra. .J. 8. Cadet Miss Bay . . . . . . . . 2.55 Eight trains each day four in each ending Nov. 29th, 1915. market in sound condition, even under -

l ,' Mr. and Mra. Howard Katz Mrs. W. Tea at Chapter House . . . 7.60 direction now connect Kissimmee Auston, Eddie; Bass, W. R.; Chas- : adverse climatic conditions.

_3', I J. 8. Carr Mrs 8. H. Bullock. Mrs. with the outside world by of the tain W. S.; Crain, Abram E.; Dixon,' The: elimination of losses due to

Even, Mm. Edgar Kate Mrs. JI| C. Total . . . . . . . . . 68.40 Atlantic Coast Line railroad.way J. M.; Fenton Harry; Hopkins A: blue-mold decay and other diseases

I ", y Kempfer; McCullough Walter R.; it is stated is not a matter of atten-
.,. The service was increased this
4jy ., n n week by the addition of the "Tampa I Nelson J. A.; Prescott, J. W.; Ruetz tion to one or a few details of the at '

, \ trade at the Cole Jewelry Co., bush- Specal" the winter train which E. P; Reifaschneider, Geo.; Richards handling problem, but of exercising

FERN FANSLER WINS els to -the acre, 39%. !so popular during the tourist preyed sea- Wm.Sampson; John; Shaw,"London; in all operations the utmost! care consistent -

Roy O'Berry son of J. F. O'Berry, last Wilkinson John; Wilkins W. A. with commercial work. It J
son year. The following is the
x 'IN CANNING CLUB third prize $5 deposit in State Bank schedule of arrivals of trains! 'A Kis- B. B. Simpson, Postmaster. necessitates thorough organization of THE CENTRAL .

f and $1.50 in trade at Cole JewelryCo. simmee. labor and the most careful inspectionof u

e .; bushels to the acre 31. work:both in the field and at the MARKETORDIA
? (Continued} from Page One.) Northbound-No. 84, 9:13: a. m.; EASTERN STARS HONOR packing house.'
Arthur Partin, son of I. E. Partin,
of R. No. 80, 12:49: p. m. ; No. 92, 2:52: p. m.; i The bulletin above referred
Miss Millie Partin daughter: fourth( prize, corn cultivator, donated to,
No. 82, 11:52: ) p. m. which treats in .. BAGS, Mgr.
1 C. Partin, Center Park year's subscription l hy> W. B. Makinson Co.; bushels to the GRAND LODGE OFFICER an exhaustive manner -
( to the St. Cloud Tribune. acre 27 to.Edgar Southbound-No. 91, 1:51 p. m.; I of the different/ operations of
I'irk'i
; Miss Salie Bass, daughter of Mrs. No. HH), 4:0:1: : p. m.; No. 85), 6:28: p. m. ; ing, hauling, washing, drying

I ti a I Fannie Bass, Bassville, canning club I'artin son of II. M. Partin, I''' No 8'i: 3:43: : n. m. Mrs. J. M. Scott, of Fort Meade, I packing the fruit may be had free Phone 209
fifth bred Duroc
: Jersey j
prize
pure Grand Worthy Matron of the Eastern on application to the Division of Publications -
pin.
f pig> donated by Hunter Land Co.
I ; I FRED HILL MAKING'GOOD Star lodge of Florida, was the guestof U. S. Department of Agriculture -
Mildred Bass granddaughter
Miss
,
, I ushels to the acre, :W.(>
of Richard Bass Bassville, club pin honor at the meeting: of the local Washington, I D. C. !
( James W. Oliver, Jr., sixth prize, lodge held on Wednesday afternoonin

t The judges of the girl's work were it-.1) in trade at the Katz store; bushelsto I IN NEW, YORKThe the Fraternity Hall. -- - -- -- -- -

and Mrs. Miss W. J. Wells S. Carr assistant, Mrs. N. in C. Bryan Homer I the acre 26. Special ceremonies marked the visit > () <0>> ((0)(0) 0) <

Economics work in Florida who was Clifford/ Lester, seventh prize five 1 many friends of F. W. L. ]Hill of the Grand Worthy Matron and the [? LLJ

I I pounds of Natal grass seed or $2.60 better known as ""Freddie" son of work was exemplified on a candidate.Mrs. .
' i r'' here from, Tallahassee to take part in
in trade at Osceola Hardware store; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hill of Narcoos- Scott addressed the members of
the Short Course which was given as 3
t l bushels to the acre. 13H- see, will be pleased to learn that he the lodge and was the honor guest
of the week's
a part program.
The winners were selected on the Alton Partin son of L. E. Partin, is rapidly making good in New York, ..at a spread served in the banquet

basis the eighth prize four bushels of burr clo- where he is employed by the Edison hall after the meeting.
4 following as. provide by agricultural -
f ver seed donated by Waters &: Carson Electric company. Large delegations of members of

e, :, t ,i f department: company; bushels to the acre, 20. He has been with this company in the order from St. Cloud, Haines Watch For Our
r r Quality Score. and other points in attend-
/ The judges of the corn club wereB. the testing department only since last City were

y Color 4 per cent; clearness 3 percent C. Miller and H. G. Seiver. Theboys' April, but he has already been highly ance.
t' ; weight, 4 per cent; texture 4 honored for of his
Al-
one
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record books etc., were judgedby years.
Christmas
Gift
per cent; flavor 6 per cent; ripeness County Demonstrator B. E. Evans though one of the youngest employees The absolutely correct serge dries
1 per cent; size 1 per cent; pack 4 for fall'is of extreme simplicity, hav-
being only twenty-two of
and
A. P. Spencer, of Gainesville, years
, t I per cent; appearance 2 per cent; label district agent of the farm demonstration age he was placed in charge of the ing straight lines and no ornamentation AnnouncementNext .

a 1 per cent; neatness r 1 per cent; work. company's display at an exhibitionin except brass buttons or ribbon

total, 80 per cent.Business. The national basis of award for Grand Central Palace recently and edging. Week

aE Showing. corn club work is as follows: under his management the displaywas

V Management of crop 6 per cent; Greatest a great success..
((1)) yield per acre, 30 percent 1
w yield 10 per cent; profit 10 per cent; ; ((2)) best showing of profit on investment Besides his duties in the testing de- Your "BodyProtests Cole Jewelry Company

-, cap and apron 2 1-2 per cent; anperanee 80 per cent; ((3)) best exhibit partment young Mr. Hill has a class 'j,

ek of exhibit, 2 1-2 per cent; of ten ears at county exhibit 20 percent in the Edison night school and has (

total, 30 per cent. ; ((4)) best written history entitled : some forty-five men under him all Against CalomelYou

6. Essay Score. "Hw I Made My Crop of Corn" 20 many years his senior. l

ji" English, 4 per cent; knowledge of per cent.Roy have noticed the disagreeable

.; .0; .. work 10 per cent; penmanship, 2 per O'Berry showed the lowest net REV. W. H. BALL TO GO effects/ of calomel that sickening nau- 'Q

cent; cleanliness, 2 per cent; decorated cost per bushel 46 cents. Arthur Par- sea that is characteristic. There is no : dI

front and general attractiveness, 2 tin was next with 48 cents. The others reason for tearing up your system in > <0> TO PARISH IN MIAMI
& per cent; total 20 per cent run higher. such a drastic manner.LIVVEIt.LAX. I

a Total Score. The highest yield at lowest cost *. that wonderful

k' i .s Business showing 30 per cent; record in the Boys Corn Club workin The Rev. W. H. Ball, who has been vegetable compound is just as useful

1 ua quality 30 per cent; record book 20 the United States is held by Julius rector of the Episcopal church here as calomel for toning up your liver ;

e per cent; history 20 per cent; total Hill, of Alabama, \\ ho made a recordof for some time, will leave the first of and ridding your system of stagnating r '

P 100 per cent. 212tt bushels to the acre at a cost December for Miami where he will poisons and it does not make you

v The winners of the Boys' Corn Club of 8.6 cents! per bushel. The best take up his work in the parish there. feel badly like calomel. It is pleas- ,

: y4, prices. were: record in this state this year so far The Rev. Mr. Ball has been success- ant to take with no unpleasant after i

,' 1; (' 'Dwight Funk son of C. II. Funk, reported was that made by a Hernan- ful in his work here and the membersof effects. Keep it in your home for II r

d first prize a trip to Gainesville and do county boy who grew 101 bushelsto his pariah as well as hundreds of health' sake.

1' a abort i course in the Agricultural the acre. others will regret to see him leave. If 1JV-VER-LAX is not entirely 1

college, donated by' the county school After the Judging of the boys work satisfactory, your money will be re-

board; bushels to the acre "5.6. they were taken to the BroadwayCafe We will again wear the 'turnover turned without question. The original "

.Curtll Yates," son of Paul Yates of at noon anti\ a dinner was given linen collar with the black tie, wrapped bean the likeness of L. K. Grigsby.
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1'Sbinghs'' I : Creek; second l'prlae, $6 d.- in their honor by Mr. Evans. Mr around the throat enee and tied in For sale at 50c and $1 by Osceola

if''1ir"4i' I ;posit'. ,:fa r.Citisew'3anlt' } ,and l ,$3.60 inavJs. I Spencer and Mr:, bDk Partook of the a bow in the front. e ., ----k re.4 Pharmacy.. _-


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. 4,, USSBaOE: VALLEY,GAZETTE< Mts.iMabelTlndae,
,no.s........eo as.> '..' irs,.,- attended>h. tanninUon. ; .tore, -KiasUnmee and the''JLucarna tram ''Batseng.rrwherelhejlad, i ,been ? unday .,. ..P:4$3 Q 4..,: ;

.,: here. this week and 'was entertained : Pharmacy of Orlando took the Dixie for chimney's. .C;; Sttpt
----' "' several days building Mine school-N; \ ;Bryan, :
i Published '
"w.: ,a. XTer: >i'rId'Y.A.lt..AORIIIW'IBI" 1 In_the. horn of Mr.: and Mrs.EdcuKatL. orchestra 'to',"Orland on"'Wednesday IN VALLEY: _'GAZETTE "Bible. class'Yaught'by. .,c.' A. Canon
spaaus A B. O. ; r
:! :. for .another concert in his drugstorethus H. at 1000; a. m. 4< fir'
I :J. D. Clark, O. C. McLean, C. '
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\I t "' '' ' . The concert given last week 5 'Preaching by Dr.;:lt.Jt1:0O a.taL.,
.....!.. t o ..... oi 1 D. B. O'Kelly, district deputy head Funk; A '.D; Story and'' Mnrniee Tin That 'it tq advertise,,In 'the j
was so popular that'on. will likely be B bJBCt'On''thl.1tock 1
: ;: consul of the Modern Woodmen; is a dall will leave today'for several days* Valley' Gazette': was forcibly.,proven Will DODd
visitor in the city this week:and is given each weed: Mr. Ragsdale states and hunting1 E My Church;'
camping trip to B. Clark of Pineda( this week.:
i The Local Field that the d&g stor.was crowded all Holt re.da'
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-zAt700": ,,Dr. nl'l
planning a campaign for new members afternoon aunng'ine_.uL _.1.. concert "Mr. and Mr. :J. B.,Ha1e, of Omaha, Last week Mr. Clark placed an advertisement "C..IO. ." \
this order in Kissimmee. '
the
for in Classified Adver.Using .
Ill arrived this week to spend the ''
The Skuffer spring heel, flexible columns The series of addressee"defveirsd; ;t
of this
Paper. In it he
L. E. Overstreet, who has' been winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hale have a daring week
..... ...............00.... traveling through Georgia, Kansas, sole, solid leather school shoe for winter home on Beaumont avenue and announced' that he wished to sell a this have"'met, ;"with
boys and girls at Gilbert's. It .favor as the Increasing congregation
quantity of household goods as he (is
Illinois Maryland and other states are regular visitors each winter. .
I Weather during the summer on''a business trip, Four cases ware heard before Mayor preparing to move to Tennessee..' bar testified. Boon these' will1 be> ;

Report returned to Kissimmee! last Saturday.Mr. May in the city court Monday Miss Bandy is offering special He called at the Valley Gazette office resumed. Until the rain .et In:Wednesday "- i

morning. The four cases were the result prices on hats for Thanksgiving week. Monday and said: night, there were Urge con'k
Brantley, the new teacher nam- Take of this "I In tell gregation, which would no doubt
Following are daily temperatures of arrests made by Marshal advantage opportunityand just came to you that
and precipitations as re- ed for the school at Narcoossee by the Overstreet Saturday night. They get good values for cash-for 10 people sure read the Valley Gazette have continued to Increase but 'for

ported by Government stationat county school board, has notified the were: J. S. Ferguson, charged with days only. New hats are expected to want add. I have had all kinds of I the rains. When the weather becomes
Kissimmee for the week end- I trustees and patrons there that he will arrive from Baltimore today. to about I settled these addresses will be
people
see
ing November 18: being drunk and disorderly, fined $10; me my goods. r
the school Monday, November
open resumed. I
Max. Min. Rain 22. Hugh Cochran, same charge and same Mrs Roma Thomas, Mrs. J. L Ov-

Friday .___ .. 87 65 fine; George Cole, colored, same crstreet, Mrs. M. D. Alexander, Mrs. WILL BEHEAD Strangers .especially welcomed to { ''l"

Saturday _. __ 83 62 Walter Nelson, Edgar Katz, Fred charge and same fine; Cad McCoy, Evans, Mrs B. E. Haley, Mrs. Abe KISSIIPEE these services.

__ ___ 84 60 Bass and Marion Carson will leave colored, charged with selling whis- {
Sunday Stevens, Mrs. W. I. Barber, Mrs. S. L.
Monday ._ ___ 85 70 Sunday for a week's hunting trip to key, fined $50. Lupfer and .Mrs. S. E. Lupfer motoredto OF PRESBYTERYAs A severe frock of black adorned

Tuesday __ __ 83 64 Bull Creek. They are preparing to Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. St Cloud Tuesday evening to at- with a single white rose ts the favored lr'

Wednesday _.78 60 '1.33 have a great time and expect to E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 30tf tend a meeting of the Eastern Star predicted. in the Valley Gazette: dress of the Parisienne.

Thursday ____ 81 66 .08 bring back the game to prove their there. Mrs. J. M. Scott, of Fort
Congressman W. J. Sears, J. S. lodge several=. weeks ago, the Synod of the

I prowess. Cadel, W. B. Crawford, J. E. Lupfer, Meade, Grand Worthy Matron of the Presbyterian church, which met in Everyone who anticipates taking along

..oooooo OOOtoOOOOOOO I Old papers for Household use for George Overstreet, Holmes Prather, order, attended the meetin'g. Decatur, Ala., last week, three presbyteries : trip either by rail or by water n

v Ladies' parasols at 65 cents.-F. H. sale at the Valley Gazette office, 20 Dr. D. N. Cone, of White Springs' and fort Florida instead of one should. have an over-all coat p

Lawson.Ed. cents a hundred. tf :. C. I. Day, Manager of the Southern were authorized.The < .

"- Utilities company with headquartersin TIME IS THE TESTThe headquarters of the various --- .
Roberts was a visitor to St. Dr. and. Mrs. L. Elkins and son '
Jacksonville leave today for aweek's presbyteries will be located in St. LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED
.Cloud Tuesday evening- Carl, and W. M. Hahn of St. Augustine ,, -
and camping
hunting trip Augustine Miami
Testimony of KlnHimmee PeopleStands I and Kissimmee.
For your winter shoes call on Stanford I passed through!' the city Sun- Camp helpers left Thursday with Meetings wall\ be held on April 11, "Your Quick's Chill Tonic cured my
the Test. '
the reliable shoe man. bay en route to Tampa. They are horses, dogs, and the outfit to have 1916 to organize the presbyteries.Skirts husband of LaGrippe and Fever after "
making an automobile tour of the things ready for the "mighty hunt- the doctor's medicine and other remedies '
Dr. T. M. Rivers went to Gainesville "
State. I ers" upon their arrival. The test of time is what tells the failed.
on Tuesday on a business trip. tale. The public soon finds out when will probably drop to the LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla;

Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Burch, of St. "Butter Nut" bread, made byReed's Mrs Clay Johnson of Kissimmeeis misrepresentations are madd, and three-inches-from-the-ground length. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 2S:.
is fine. Try it the next
bakery
Cloud, were visitors in the city on a visitor in Miami, dividing her merit alone will stand the test of __ u___ __
time you buy bread. 48-2t time between her brother, Judge A. .
Monday.Dr. time.
OttOO oooooooooooooooo.OOOO.oo..O..O. ..,.
R. W. Cobb spent Thursday in Mr. and Mrs. George F. Parker, J. Rose, and her daughter, Mrs. A. P. Kissimmee people appreciate merit, 'i:

business. Mrs. F. S. Gilbert, Miss Elizabeth Dann. Mrs. Johnson has been visitingin and many months ago local citizens H. M. BREAKER J.: A. BARCLAY ' a '

Tampa on Parker and Mrs. H. M. Pfann motoredto Daytona for several weeks having publicly endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills,

W. B. Crawford went to Jacksonville Orlando Wednesday to attend the been entertained there by a sister, they do so still. Would a citizen make {

Wednesday evening on a business funeral of Mrs. Roxana Irvine, who Mrs I. M. Mabbette, owner of the the statement which follows unless I]\
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trip. died there Tuesday.J. Hamilton Hotel. Mrs. Johnson arrived convinced that the article was just as FLORIDA. Tkm Led.' E..A.sea..aL"r. Bflnf M.r. >'
in Miami Tuesday Rapidly ..*'-" Tkm., Am* Otkr Sift ,....Ioe Maw 'py{'.
night accom- ? Below is such
When buy bread ask for Reed's"Butter represented testimony
you Nut". 48-2t H. Sublett, of Winter Haven, wasa panying Mrs. A. J. Rose, who had as the sufferer from kidney troubleis f ''i

visitor in the city last Saturday.Mr. been visiting in Daytona.-Miami Me- looking for. I
The H, C. Stanford Company has Sublett formerly lived in Kissimmee tropolis.See .
J. E. Bass, Sr., Bermuda Ave., Kis :
just received a new supply of Hole. and his father is buried at the BREAKER & BARCLAY
simmee, says: "I suffered from kid-
proof hosiery Shingle Creek cemetery. He came to City Meat Market and engage
trouble for several and hada
look after the your Thanksgiving turkey. Phone 44. ney years Real Ea Ie and Insurance
Mrs M. L Tindall, of Narcoossee, grave. lame and aching back. Doan's Kidney ta

spent Tuesday in Kissimmee, visiting Mrs R. E. Kline went to Kissimmeelast W. A. McCool. of Beaver Falls, Pa., Pills rid me of the kidney troubled Kittimm Fla. .

friends and shopping Friday to meet her mother, Mrs. arrived Monday afternoon to spend backache" (Statement given .

of Wauseon 0. who the winter In Kisslmmee. His many February 22, 1911.) 5Ian.
Our new fall goods are now here. Mary Seydner, 1eaJ.CIf7 .
Come in and let us show them to you. has come down to spend the winter in friends in Kitmlmmee, who have AVER :THREE YEARS LATER, Pi.eres r.
known him for fifteen to } Bass said '"Since Doan's .... '
-H. C. Stanford Company. Winder-mere.-Windermere Notes in twenty Mf.) : using 0.. C- r .i i.,
Orlando ReporterStar.Mr. years, during which time he has Kitney Pills, I have never had a : -,,..,..,... ,... .
Ladies' shirtwaists 46c, SOc, 98c J. M.. COOPER. d.r* C.a.. L.a, -v'; '
come regularly in the winter months symptom 1 of kidney trouble.
and $1.00.-F. H. Lawson. and Mrs H. R. Overstreet returned were glad to greet him Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
again. Mrs. ...... . .
last 'Saturday from Hutchin- ooo..oo.o..o. .. .. .
McCool, much to the slrfiply i 1 ask for
Mrs. H. E. Bryan and baby returned sorrow of her a kidney remedy-get
son, Kansas, where they spent most friends here Do'OTs Kidney Pills the that .
Tuesday after a pleasant visit with many suffered a strokeof same
relatives in'Jacksonville.Old of the past summer. Mr. Overstreetwas paralysis this summer and although Mtp Bass has twice rec rnmel\d'd.FOII . f -

interested in a big apple. deal she is Improving rapidly, she r-Milburn CO., Props., Buffalo,
papers for sale at the Valley there during his absence.
N. y,
Is still confined to her home. She
Gazette office. tf I
New shoes for men women and will Join Mr McCool as soon, as she c __

Miss Gladys Howe and Miss Mil- children; new styles and good fit- Is able to travel. Important to Citrus Growers

dred Waters, of Davenport, were in ters at the H. C. Stanford Company.Dr. One Milton Citrus Trees. .
the city Thursday shopping. One pair of those school shoes at Hunting Seatbn'b
Write postal today for valuable information
Gilbert's will convince of their I
W. T. Goodyear, of Lakeland, you h
Attorneys Lewis O'Bryan and Mil- as to Citrus Trees. Im- ;
has accepted a position as pharmacistin quality. It ;
ton Pkdger were business visitors to I II portant to you whether you wish to
the Palace Drug store here. Dr. {.
Orlando on Tuesday afternoon. buy or not. Largest Citrus Nurseriesin
Mr. MId Mrs. F. Parker i iMn .
George
R. Q. Richards, who has been filling w ,1 .. '
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Trunks and bags at low bargainprices. that position will return to Lakeland, F. S. Gilbert and Miss Elizabeth Florida' on Sour Stock. Weliklt era

L .-F. H. Lawson. where he has! purchased a drug store Parker were called to Orlando Tues Nurseries; Leesburg. Fla 44tJanl Opens TomorrpW r\J

marshal day afternoon by the sudden illness ,.:, fi i'r
Jim Woodall served
as city
Attorney Steed, who graduatedfrom of 'Mrs. R. Irvine, the motherinlawof SAFE COXSKRVATIVB SANK ..
several days this week, during:the absence the Stetson law school last Mr. Parker and grandmother of NATIONAL COMMISSION CO.

of Marshal Overstreet on a N Uroail !lt., Jacksonville. Florida. r
spring, now enjoying a fine practice Mrs. Gilbert and Miss Elizabeth.. They WHOLESALE DEALER.
hunting trip.J. down at Kissimmee, spent last week. arrived in Orlando at 3:40.: 1\Il"S. Irvine Kralf.rirrlablr. Poultry E.....
Your fthlpinents solicited on a basin NOV. 20th-l.
I). Woodbeck, formerly of this end at DeLand, visiting his parents, died at 4 o'clock. Funeral services that will net you satisfactory resultn yy.+
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Steod. DeLand Each shipment acknowledged RItuble *--
and of the Lucerne -
city, now manager were held in Orlando Wednesday mal k"t Information Prompt
Pharmacy in Orlando, was a visitor Record. She was one of the first settlersin r<'turnnni*..
\\ : MIKE OK sun-
here Tuesday. Orlando, being at the time of her
Miss
Irene II ill Jard, daughter of
Good 24-inch towels, 8c eachF.H. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Milliard, of Hil- death 83 years old. She was a frequent Piles Cured In 6 to 1-4 Days e C 1

Lpwson's liard's Island, is expected home soon visitor to Kissimmee for a long Your drugfffot. will refund, money If PAZO
number of years and will be remembered OINTMENT (all. to cute .ny case of Itchinr, We have'the most completeline
Mrs. G. H Prather, little son, Billy, from Shiloh, N. C., where she has Blind Bleeding or Protruding Pile In 6tol4. day.
been visiting for several weeks She by many here. The application (ire,* RaM.ad...t. :IOc:.
Mrs Dale and Mis C. E. I
her mother, "
Franklin motored to Orlando Tues- will be accompanied by Mrs. Walker __ __ _ r __ __ of hunting goods ever shown '
T. Green, of Shiloh, who will spendthe rrjH;
day afternoon.Mrs. winter here. I .-.tIt ....I\t' ... '11' WOOI\."".. .- ... __ in Kissimmee. .

M. M. Scharbo, of Auburndale, x
passed through Kissimmee this weeken The Skuffer shoe stands the jumps

route to Narcoossee, where she is and bumps of the school boys and Cash is King We Sell for Less ./

visiting relatives. girls. Try a pair at Gilberts. It


Good grade 45-inch pillow tubing at The Rev. W. B. Witherspoon, pas- COME TO US Shot Guns, $5.00 to $30.00

20c a yard-F. H. Lawson.S. tor of the Presbyterian church, who t..

J. Entrikin; accompanied by Mrs. hits been attending the sessions of the Rifles 1.50 to 25.00 ;
Entrikin, returned to their home in Presbyterian Synod at Decatur, Ala., ===== FOR =

this week after short sends the Valley Gazette a postcard "
Narcoossee a Coats 1.75 5.00 *
visit in the north. announcing that he will return in Men's New Style English Shoes Hunting to

time to fill his pulpit on Sunday morn-
} Mr. and Mrs W. P. Gwynn of Orl ing and Canvas .50 2.00
lando, motored to Klsslmmee Thurs evening.Dr. Both in Black and Tan Leggins to

day. Mrs Gwynn was formerly Miss H. A. Leavitt, who recently located
$3.50 $4.50 $5.00 and $5.50 Leather 3.00 5.00
Leggins
Eleanora Van Duzer of this city. I in Kissimmee, conning;: here from to

I Chicago, went before the medical ex-
See the sport caps for boys and amining board in Jacksonville last I'".

girls at Stanford's. I week and successfully passed, makingan BEAR IN MIND i

Miss Ruth Butler i is visiting her sister average of 92 H on his answers to -

Mrs. J. K. Singletary, in Braden- the questions propounded to test his We have the Famous Baer Brand Hunting Lights Whistles itAI

town. She expects to remain there knowledge of medicine. .

until after the Christmas holidays. Lewis O'Brynn and Milton Pledger, Neckwear 50c and $1.00 Knives; and Fresh I \A:.

Mrs C. D. Edick and Mr. and Mrs. prominent attorneys of Kissimmee, I

Gibbs, of Mexico, N. Y., arrived this were in Orlando today. Speaking of WinchesterShells I I

week to spend the winter in Kissimmee the proposed bond issue in Osceola, Lion Brand Shirts, $1.00 to $1.50 ":

and are stopping at the Pork ho- Mr. O'Bryan said "If Osceola bonds .' 'It

tel. it will be for brick; but it will be j;.

probably a year before an election isheld.Orlando CAP ? t. .".S:
Turkish bath towels, lOc each, 20ca . ay 1.
Reporter-Star. '
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pair at F. H. Lawson's. line in the ; "
I We have the largest City
Rev. W. H. Ball, of Kissimmee, per;;>
Herbert Anderson returned this I stopped here on his way both to and 25c s1.25The See our goods before buying I .i
' .' week from Dover, Delaware, where het' from Sanford, where he was the to ; \, ; :
this summer in t J. +trw.B.MakinsonQ
t', has been engaged
guest of Rev. A. S. Peck during the r ,.
1 r:. packing peaches, apples and other missionary conference concluded there

J. fruits. yesterday. Father Ball has recently' Family Store rON f<

,f'\ The meeting of the W. C. T. U., accepted the .charge of a group omissions

was called for Friday, will be for,colored people along the ( ;
t!? .I.which BROADWAY PILLEY BUILDING .: n ,, ,
'I.1"I'"r, postponed until Monday, Nov. 23, 8 lower part..of_the_East. Cost, and_ -will
tJL account of the absence of the soon more to his, headquarters at Miami __ t" ; /,'
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+,r "FACES. THE et,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE' A\ f FRIDAY >r Q VEblBE1t U, IlIS ,



because no ,ventilation U. provided.- ed for a fine tournament. Entries I laterals., Also_ some splendid:.speeches. :!,, ITke.. Oalsln' ,w..hIS.Ih, .r.NI..f' .iofJ. .... \ ;, ' 1.
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Smaller pile. are too hard to protect must be in his hands not later than by noted men on, the problem t of good ItnaeoaroOUINZN6' h balerta..ardin.re'M.Y, ; 'I''I'.f. """P'JIII.
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.... sad .....aM e..e e.evawwa 1"-' I .. '.)
t Agricultural News Notes from rain. The lone rldle'on top of December 6, at 0 p. m. There will be road building. daRt..s.I. a..ber t.e Ian M a. .... ,

the ground offers opportunity for consilation flights to keep ell the One of the things being dlaeulled-I huh /.r doe ripsfN J6 w. AAOTJB. I,..., t t. t, ;tt:

for four hours. Follow- in Gainesville ...' a. mean.. _. ;. Tr//
roofing and the thin soil and will players busy ,
a FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA hay - ----- r -;- "
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE admit air.HKLEL'TION. ing is the program: i taming*-tsi-r t--get togetherand I ?/

Wednesday 9 a. m.-Qualifying get acquainted smoker the night 1 "r.
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4 IMPROVES SUGARCANE round 86 holes 16 lowest scores to before the convention ia to be called'' Theodore Deschner ,'i/; :',

CORN CLUB BOY BEATS HIS DAD of medium size but uniform throughout qualify. together. Those who,, have attended
GUNSMITH .
r will grade much higher than one Thursday, 8:30 a. m.-First round Gainesville's smokers know they are ,' .I,
Cat .1" W FlarkU AMM :
ODe boy in a Northwest Florida where some very large and some. championship match 18* holes. First great.
Sugar cane responds to selection ST. CLOUD FLORIDA (j
county baa gained a good; job as a medium are mixed Where collective round consolation /flights 18 holes. ,

F d. result of bill corn club work. The exhibits are made, products should The common practise of planting just Thursday, 2 p. m.--Second round: TAKES OFF DANDRUFF :

4 boy planted his acre and cared for It be so arranged that one will not neuIrallze any kind of cane decreases production I championship match 18 holes. Second HAIR STOPS FALLING 1 1CEO.
By selecting the most vigorous
under the direction of the demonstration the effect of another Small round consolation flights 18! holes
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and sturdy during the fall and :
agent His dad had\ various fruits. or vegetables" should not be canes I Friday 8.30 a. m.-Semi-rlnals Save Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottle IRA BEST ,

acre around the boy's field\ lie obscured by larger ones on each side. caring for them until planting time, championship match 18 holes Semi- I of Danderlne right now-A loo- 'i
I the farmer can produce larger and Architect and Builder
planted his acres. and cared for them II, finals consolation flights, 18 holes. I stops itching scalp.
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uniform
under direction of Ills forty yearn. of' 'OT.TOtIIOI'LII( ::,; 111THEI.; more crop Saturday, 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.-Finals Thin, brittle colorless!! and scraggy ESTIMATES FURNISHED .
According to C. K. McQuarrle, the
Ah"II:K K..IN(1( ; : match 30 holes Fnals .
experience. championship heir is mute evidence of a neglected I 4..5tp led VERONA ST
state agent for tfie I'nUersliy of FlorIda -
The boy rained, 79 Inixlii.Is. of corn consolation flights ir holes. scalp or dandruff-that awful scurf.
Extension Dlvlson. small weakunes .......
on his am and bin dad nilsi 12 on The I bulk of tin xw t i'et potato crop cool -- MEETING There is nothing so destructive to f
( will not supply sufficient ; ROADS .
land just like It '1'hi- old 1 man wax t IK liHrM'Ktid after, tin I Ilr..1) froxt C the hair an dandruff. It robs the hair DR. j. A. TROVILLON
nourishment for the plants until -
proud of his con and hi had riasonto K.; Qunrrli', state agent for the( } x- i young From ,. indications the lof its lustte, its. strength and its very Specialist! in
Select, present GOITRE AND
( I they become C>ublisheMl( t tH CANCER TUMORSCure
be ]lip sa> s that tin hey Is tu )I'"> tension, IH\iKion of the Diversity of Gainesville me* ting of the Central .I life; eventually producing n feverishness ; them wthout; (rutting
si7e and llalIty
< i'il(I canes of unlfoini \ -
boss of that farm hcriafti lunltla. iidvlsis. that the \ ln"R b<- rut I Florida highway association, on the' and itching of the scalp which I| .them out

I at the crown of the hlllK to prevent and' I the crop I will slake uniform 'tth of Dei ember will be one of the is not remedied causes the hair roots I ORLANDO FLORIDA

(,OB'Il: II 1101"s, M,\KI: IIM.II(] ; dp'ay| from tin, uli.'t" from des< i end- : growth In tin bi'Kiniilnt;: which will. ] moi-t iiiterestIIig of the whole stiiosII to shrink, looseh and die, --then the : ::3:1fmoS.U.BUROCK{:i
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be, maintained throughout\ tin st u-
y II:IPs I 'In-' lo tin potalois''. Soft 'tot may I Inpi 'is understood l that an effort is beingmaili1 huir falls out fast A little \Danderme |
non. url li,'rnmic, '. /good serif\ cams :
"\,'nti tl i It) some ietti nt 1 In Ibis wayI i to g't: t an exhibit of the various tunifrht-now--any time-will surelysave
will make a stionMr I and more \ IKorous ( -
Figures from Ibr, iointt >" torn < tub> I In potatoi' will keep[> brtlrr. if t liny j kinds of toad maleiials t lie at your\ hair
'
contests ulilih have born 'In Id IhK. air tlniM ullowt to upon lu tinKionnil < top___ ___u_T.tIA'1'it'It | (Iauic.vtlle; on that' date. (del; a :J"i!: sent bottle of Knowlton's

year Kliow that HIP IMMH hate in"ido, brfotr. t Ih"'Y 'me dug 1 I hue will) bc report showing just Danderme> from any drug store You
:
: : ST.\TE I
an u\ rage i yield of f f,2 1 hn> '-holy I his. I ('a ni r should IM' usiil In ii I'I' <"\lnK{ /; ,stli <> ('II.\ 11'! 10\: 1111' I what. pmgii' !' 's has been marie 1 ii>' the : surely can have beautiful hair and
Is mori,* U>au three linn", ,.- tin IM, i i.'o 'it l tin pol.iiois' will not t hi injiiiitl MIMOIIS. ountics, toward the builiiing of it if you will just try a little \llan- .......................

jlild. of the M.ili. .mil tune I Iii o cold] Ii.n I liif.i; n. n.IM-, !I. lo l'i dug(. (the. I of tin (Mixie, Highway and the many I deime Save your hair! Try it! INSURANCEExamination
t.olfers; of lurida I 11111lcct, l I in Tampa 1 I
of t II ho d"II'OIl"II'lIllol1 i 1 1 1 f.i.1 1 IIH i >. \\ hoar cliLt( (,' r 1 will, 'III llMIIIll' Inuhlablo' ,], and I
lor I IlireePu) .. l II... to III .
,' ('oopi latin// \\ilh I III.. I Ial: "n ion I tin 'lic-s fioin. liijuiy will ho li.a.'I'hr I I I of Titles a
I r- ,
Illusion ul lh., I HIM i I..jl"f i l'lor lop hmilil lit on (II In, i itiniiil in t the I

Ida. lull 'lur three tr loin 1.v III cute 'I'anipn I i J'la :NoIV I Mint th, .t Rhll"I"oI I Specialty.

(. I.. J/"rr"/ ,,.I"". ""'11 i tub aI<' III' i i MiUuniili-. sa\s ihit |II| I- just :.t-. j"olr) ,.I s fn I Ml all 0"1'I I Floud.i j Get that Victrola

.. I I',. ....,. tell lake put, in t IIII' :\II1al"lIr State
for lh<' Ixtensilti: iii.l.inni l Ii"i 111"101 \ to inn' Irish 01 sweet potillora Correspondence Solicited.
tmlf; ( hmipiimship' ", wlinh I is to Inhi ,
'
about half of tin ,1111.1. linn' ill" ,as it is ha)
.lil 1111 tin course' if, I tllf' Tampa I Auto i .
( about :tK ( oiintii't which hate ( lul.s -
sod (golf; club. Dicfitilier K to IItolf for ChristmasYour Robert Riedel
this >iar Somi of tin lountlis )ia\i s H EIT:I: "OT\TOI': sllol( 1,11 bl
I ( ; his grown inpi CARPENTER Aim CABINET
SHOP
no demoiiHl ration 1III"nlllId tin boys TOBEII I:I
fewears,. and] now theie an
have worked at a dlsad\unlaKi Thehighest Window rod Door Screen
..)tong elutes lit ninny points in th' \hole Repair
oflUlal record this year IH The price of sweet potatoes Is so state where 1 leiiidinns, as well as and Cabinet Work.
that of a l boy In 1 Ic'riiiindo county family will be -
mush greater during" the winter and tourists i pla> hew realize the ,strong. 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237
who made ]101 bu helH on hiM! acre I Christmas Darlington\ Ave.. Near Freight
early spring than at harvest time that attraction golf has for the better lass pleased [on DepotC.
t C. K. McCjuarrle. slate agent
nays some effort should be mad, to store of winter tourists Cities, with good morning to
that the yield and quality of corn
the crop. Sweet potatoes are. bard to golf courses find that they not only
raised by the boys Is exceptionallyhigh find a Victrola in
THRASHER
keep under ordinary conditions. but furnish recreation for their own people -

this year. I with proper precaution the. farmercan hut attract many wint"r > 'Aitors. the home. SHEE1 METAl. WORKER

I keep them and he will|) be well who like the land where it is possibleto Metal Roof Put on and

TO "'IXA1H'K: PIG CLUBS paid for his trouble according to C play the old Scots game the year The Victrola is .. Cum antftdPHONf

I K. McQuarrle of the 1'nlvornlty of round. Last year there were fifteen a worthy additionto 149.m KISSIIMIHCE. FLA.

A movement is on foot In several Florida Extension Dlvlnlon golf courses in the state som of home. Its

(counties to finance pig clubs The I The bent method of keeping (them them just completed and others that any y

k Tampa Board of Trade proposes" to Is In the storage. IIOUHP The size had been used for years. This year music and entertainment DR. W. W. CARSON

4 put funds In the banks of Jill Is borough I will depend upon the amount to be there are twenty-three courses and i are always '1 DENTrST

t county which will be loaned to I stored Directions for constructinga plans are under way for others Before welcome and Office over Pilley Building

boys who want to get a start In pig house will be found In Farmer's long Florida will have courses as Office! Hours: 8-U 1 1-6
tf Tbe bankers 'I famous those in the resort there's surely Office I'hune. 16S Rpsldi-nce, Phone It
raising of Marlon cOUn- Bulletin 584 of the United States Department i as big centers no OaR Adminiatared for Extraction of .

ty Intend to start a similar fund. C. of Agriculture, which can of the north. better time to geta Teeth .

f' K. McQuarrle, state agent for the Extension be had free by applying to the Department The championship is open only to Victrola i I than '
residents of Florida and Golf
Dlvlaion of the University of ExpertWhich D.r
'f at Washington The house T. M. RIVERS. M.

tI Florida, has received Inquiries con- should be placed on pillar Die right now. .

cerning the plan from a number of outer walls should be made of rough I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Come in and about
today
organizations and counties see your .
over the boards on th studding a layer of Office over Osceola Pharmacy

i 1 date.f building paper, and finally on the Victrola and we'll arrange to deliver it any 'Phone Residence 61 t.

?f The funds are available to the boys outside, matched lumber. Building time before Christmas.The Office 148 .

'& who are recommended by tbe county paper should be placed be placed on .
f instrument shown above is the Victrola
The
agent. determines
agent whether the inside and covered with wains- F. PARKER

Gt H the facilities for keeping the pigs are '"coating The rafters inside and out XVI, $200. Other styles $15, $25, $40, $50 $75, ,

;, adequate at the boy's home. The boy should be covered likewise.A $100, $150, $250, $300; $350. Victors $10 to $100. ATTORNEYAT.LAWCollections

applies at the bank for money to house 20 by 40 should have Terms to suit your convenience, if desired. and Conveyance. t I
i chase a gilt and gives a note pur-I .
three windows to the side and a doorIn Specialties ;. !,
by bis parent or guardian. The notes each end. Windows ehouM bo I
i Q 0 III 1-1 Broadway J ; .1
k
are payable In a year or leas with covered with heavy double walled) ,!

money from the sale of the gilt's first I :
hinged shutters which open fror.i tbe 0. F. KRIBB8 W. :g. nEED .

% litter of pigs. outside Some of the windows should R. DeWitt Brown 7
KRIBBS &
k. A. P. Spencer, district agent: and : STEED
be glass so th.it light -an I IK idinllt I'd

Mr. McQuarrle have been working on without imposing tin Inn, .,ji to roldluese KISSIMMEE, FLA. ATJORMCYS AT IAU

a special form of note Ho be used In
1I should
clso bo 1
|p'o.el".l 1 willt"hutt..rs. Legal business of all kinds given
the loans. It Is hoped. that the boys The floor should be double I prompt attention.Ornce. .
will receive some buHtncsK training in ,
and lined with .
'
papi r 11 and 12 Rtst l Bank Blda"Klsslminee .
their transactions. as well as (learn the I The slatted bins should b<> placedsix ? ,. Florida .i

,. value of livestock on farms Money inches\ from the walls and four CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !
4 Invested in will
bogs give quickest returns above live floor Leave I a hallwaythrough Pat

of any farm animal With proper the enterentilatorH. 12 Johnston Q P. QPr.M

care the gilt ought to multiply the by 12 Inches, should be placed in i if. MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES JOHNSTON &: GARRETT

) Investment about five or six or more .each corner and on each ,side of the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,

F v times within a year .stove if a stove IB used Two ventilators +s Offices 10. 11 and 12 Citizen. Bank ;

S 8 by 8 inches should be placed I Building

AHTIHTIC EXII"'UTTTnAr; ,; In the roof. All ventilators shouldbe I "Dodsoi's lher Tone" Starts Your Liver lone toni ht. Yotir druggist! or dealer KUilmmee PI*. )
r K Po"Ev..ytMsigbaked sells!! you a ,*>0 r*.nt l bottle of I Dmltw.ns"
FAIR JIIKKH provided with shutters so that with 1 I.I\.r'""" ender Krsunal -
Better Thai Calomel and You Don'tLose my ( inuneyInu
they can be closed Those In thd top Calumet Is eo tempting-- .k guarantee that each Ap'nCul will .

The general arrangement of fair should have roofs. to keep out the wholesome delicioutI : a Day's Work clianoiir sluggish/ / liver letter than a DR. M. J. HICKS
7; want 'em all. For dose of naftt\ calomel and that it uon't
exhibits should be artistic raIn.
as a< pust -
things bard to bake right make" you> sick.lkelsnn'e PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
t Bible The effect of a good exhibitof '1'be secret !in storing sweet potato it can't be eq nailed Calumet Liven up jour lll/lll/ isli liver! Feel Liver Tone is. real liermiilicme

t fruits or vegetables" IM lessened by VH IH to cure them thoroughly to la the world' beltBakingPowder fine and! cheerful make. your work a. You'll know it next inikrningIKIUUHP Office State Bank Building
r pleasure l he and full of anihition
} poor display Tin quality of the pro. sort cOlli the injured and diseased, -it'a moderate !Hut take vigorous no nasty ilangermi you will, wake up feeling. fine, Phones: Office (1Residence .I
in the 40
? in price-pure liter will hriularheunit .
ducts is them oalorm 1 .hrvaiiHO it makes Hick and our workukg
enchanted by tasteful ar and keep dry and free of cold. end 1 In tie b.ki.rwo.dedui you
CM pure 2i7ZireHH stomach will, IM'
,. gone
raiiKtment Show the .samples no The troulilu! will be "repaid in higher In Imremnr n>4 rml you nun lime a day's work sworn and bowels regularDodwm's .
In, power the mot. ecoDomlckllo ) Caloini. 1 m mercury or nuicksilierwhich I
I that they will Jump right out at the prices when potatoes are scarce's bur end lo u... : aiims" ni"croHii.' of tne. Iranif*. Liver Tone Is entirely vegetable J.W.THOMPSONFUNKRAL
Award I
R..hed Hlthxt
*
judges For instance, W L. Floyd. Calomel I crashes. into sour bile like therefore harnili and can nut i
N.o Cwt 8..i
n.
of the Univerhity of Florida ('olll'g" \\ IE'l': : POT.t7YIIN< :" MAI inNTOK: .M Slit im '..: CmmIaaTeyoumooer. I, dynamite. .breaking. it up That's when HalnaUGive I it to your, dnllrtn DIRECTORand i
feel that awful nausea and cramping MilhohH of people are using I>IIHOII'HI |
you
of Agriculture! n ui'i'not"r SK:
suggests IUH i
that green
Li'er Tone llmtiail of calomel
Listen to me! If you want to enjoy dangerous
crepe paper or green doth cover the For those* farmers who have not e"gKfNof" the nicest, gentlest. liver and l>bowel:1 nowoiir druggist will tell you that

tables to show up t the valor of yellow storage houses for their sweet potatoes clel&n..inlyou, ev..r''I"ricnc..1' | I just take the sale of Calomel u almost stopped LICENSED EMBALMERStore

and red fruits and vegetables Plain C. K. McQuarip: state agent for I a BjMxuiful harmless IHxIaon'u Liver entirely here. and Chapel Stewart Av..

white or brown paper which Is generally the University' of Florida Extension '
eft 7x'usr Kls 4mm..... Fla.
used does not give enough Division offers the following sugges-

contrast tion Level a strip of ground about
y Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan Vke_Pres. J. L. Bwber, c'y.lres.
(M Five specimens of larger fruits, as four feet wide and as long as necessary P. A. Van Agnew W. B. Craw.r.

grapefruit are enough unless more running north and south. Pile
' are specified Ten the this In I VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW
oranges or a qnart 'I potatoes on a sharp ridge

of kumquats would be enough Exhibit ,, about five feet at the apex. I
a Offices: 8-4-6-6 Citizen Bank
fruits and vegetables in a neat Make the sides slope uniformly I

clean, attractive standard packs or I and after the potatoes. have bad a few I BuildingKlMltnme*. FIor">.

boxes Careful sizing In each'pack days of sunning, cover them with hay

jt should be presented Uniformity I or straw two or three inches deep Bryan Realty Company ,

jy should be given even greater Throw on about two Inches of earth.

d ance in all exhibits than Import-I. I The hay absorbs the sweat from the Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYA1'.LAW

Freedom' from blemish, 'inlforniity, potatoes and the soil holds the hay in pDWflNQ
o Opposite Graystone Hotel Waring Building.When .
; ; color size and form should be considered : place and keeps the cold out. Place

f in the order given I lapped boards or a roof of tarpaper .
R
PoIIOl
i-- ;y, Anqthor point of Importance Is the : over the pile to shed water. During M'CAGO .- IQ Is
.. Need of a
p; )/ correct naming of the exhibit Where the sunning process the potatoes VETERINARY SURGEON t; t

vegetables exhibited well should be covered at night to keep
are a printed .
-Call FOP,
s' Orange Grove. Timber. I and. We Pey lapse fer NoiKresiItWnU -
d; 4' or wrItten label giving name ofvariety out the dew. The foregoing: methodis cb..patodbigeanBaldngPowd edotrotI Cattle Ranches A. F. RICHMONDBora
,
Country end end Ad a* Owner'scity
:
fti ; ft* well as general Dame the best substitute for a storagehouse. ". Ca1gme tdo.e-JfsPuTe. av
Clipped. II .
Property and
d''s ry' Should be t ,placed thereon An exhibitS A pit Is very unsatisfactory I I [and tat eoporior to soar milk mud soda. AfsntsfotRental Property. Road up.Lougbonan it5)l.

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.| A SMART JOPCOAT.oa O o :II ANOTHER DANCE FROCK. I 0 ODD" 'BITS OF NEWS 0 0 union. --.-- I

" .g afning6irle 0 > "U i J" i 11" i .g S The legal status of'women in medicine -
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oo Of Whit. Chinchilla, Set Off g g ftealloped and Beaded, This g la absolutely as that'of men.

o With Hug. Pearl Button. 0ooooo000000000000000ooooog to ,BeBomemahere O Gown Has Newest Teuohee g Over 44 per cent of the work in the 1 KNOWN FOR QUALITY

." 9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSIMHJI chemical industries of the United One of the latest rotations for wo-

.__ States is don. by women. men in England is that of the professional Place your order* NOW for 1

. house-hunter.
TURNIP SEED RUTA
Miss Amy E. du Pont, of Wilmington -
BAG A, CQLLARD, ONION
t Del., directs the work on her vast Miss Ruby Tennyson an expert in SEED, also ONION SETS,

':. How few girls of today have even stock farms in that state. her line, has been engaged to conduct SEED RYE. SEED OATS
the of the of e GARDEN BEANS
slightest knowledge art RAPE
rannmb club work in Helena, Ark.
Uomemukliitf': Most of them are so Miss, Marie L Obenaurer is chief of PEAS POTATOES, Etc.

\'. very busy studying art. music science or theInngiiat'cs the Woman's Division of the United I Women barbers have replaced nearly Our FALL SEED CATALOGUE -
Unit domestic re
States Bureau of Labor Statistics. is ready, it gives full
all the "weildern of the razor"in f
('el\'('. but stiuity nMention. Yet what men ,
description, prices etc. }twill
subject deserves more attention than warring l'OU..trieR.Or. Europe. be a pleasure to mail
this? On It depends, the well being of I Statistics show that a woman withan you
one on request
whole families Wh)'. then should I endowment policy outlives the woman "New England .shoe manufacturers I

mothers allow their daughters to grow with the straight !life poli,')'. make a special .shoe for New York Poultry Feed, Supplies, Incubators '

up in complete| Ignorance of cooking I women embracing the last word in I Etc Conker's andPratt's
ftcwlllg and general lunise manage !'I ,
Miss. Helen F. Chase has again( boon I
mead A year or so after they leave Remedies
school or collide they uiiirrj and settle appointed wrusical. director of grand Mrs Mary Sage, 107 years old, of I]

down In bonus of heir( own without 1 opera in1'he( New York public nihools. Harrowsville, N. Y", has signed the Write for weekly Price List

any Idea as to how bread Is baked or a yellow slip endorsing!: woman suffrage I and Catalogue

stocking darned I Miss Katherine Min<<:hellrL. of Philadelphia !Mrs Sage is the oldest woman in
Scarcely one girl out of every score 1 E A. MARTIN SEED CO.
has patented a hand bug Northern "New York, and one of the ,
who marry Inks studied domesticscience ,
or has had any experience inbousekeeldng. which can be opened and converted oldest in the state tau BiMt Bay Street,

She the into a seat.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
( attempts man

)- ng<'ment of a home us If It were a llL:4: Ir Pierre, S, I")., now boasts a woman
game wbose outcome was of no par ; In some parts of China it is considered policemun in the person of Mrs Ruth

tlcular Importance. Consequently she a high virtue for a wife to Hippie, who will make it her special
has one failure after another She
.. commit suicide after the death of her duty to look after the cleanliness as
and bo-
ices discouragement despair
husband well as the safety of the city streets.
I When
fore she acquires eten the smallest ex buyBREAD
I perlence. you ...._.

o rafr How much better It would be If all\ bI I
mothers would l)('t-ln t ruining ihelr
daughters In the different brandies of

domestic science when they are as

young as thirteen or fourteen: Hy the I Pln xL R. S. FLOYDDealer Ask, for the BESTWe

time they were of a marriageable age

the girls would have B fairly\ tindentknowledge In make it. Every Grocer sell it

of homcmaklngLet "
1 the wine mothers put their lientlx I
Groceries Grain and Feed OoK.BAKERYE.
together and see how the don"sllcBclence n Hay,
lessons. inn be iirronged In sucha
way that they, will prove| welcome A. NIEMEYER,
Corner and Dakin Ave.
and enjoyable to the girls and at the Broadway Mitchell Street

same time will not Interfere with I their

school lessons. or exercise.'hv not Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
form n girls club to meet two afternoons I
00.0.000.00..0000.0.0. ...
a week, lit us say once for sewIng

} once for cooking and not to lost M. TILLER
longer than two hours on either afternoon

7Such BUCTTFUMY I. 1_ '__ .. Real Estate Agency.Realty

nn Idea would be sure to appeal : willow silk In changeable roe I ..............................--.........--...-.
(o young girls The cooking afternoon
should foil on the cook afternoon off. color fashions this frock. The deep bought and sokL ,:

so that the girls may take possessionof wide scallop around the short skirt May Lumber Co.Wholesale t Houses rented.
the kitchen Let us say that Monday are bordered with silk flowers, a pretty .
Taxes paid and Titles verified
is reserved! for the sewing and detail Silver'' lace net furnishes
aad Retail Dealer !I. for non-residents.
oommaor FOB aroBra. Thursday for the cooking Each weekIt sleeves for tbe simple bodice with a .
. should meet at different homes The dash of metal trimming at tbe waistline d Fire. Life and Accident Insurance I ,
8 This beautiful coat may be cut of mothers of the girls should take turn. while metal lace accentuates each YELLOW PINE LUMBER < e
q.l' any suitable material. The line Is the In entertaining or rather In Instructingthe skirt seam. Rose satin slippers finish Indemnity Bonds.
j V thing Loose, warm and belted, of club members.Let tbe pretty effect.THANKSGIVING.

I r finest quality of chinchilla cloth with the girls start with the simple Shingles and Laths. . ..o..o..... .. . ... .,
a snug bearer collar it will fill many
things. Show them how to darn stock: a
needs. The smart bat satiable for this lugs well for the first sewing lessonWhen FAVOR. HOUSE BILLS-A SPECIALTYAll
, coat has a white velvet crown above they can accomplish this .satin. tOO.O.O.O..O......

I I a black velvet brim, around which fnctorlly teach them how to darn I This Delicious Kewpie. Will Decorate we ak uletni figure on your estimates. .
runs a band of beaver with dangling linen Once they lime learned bow to Your Table For You.
1 fur balls on one side mend they should be allowed to I learn This first cousin to the brownie famlly rorteons Attention and Prompt Delivery. Co W. GRIFFIN

\ the creative side progressing. from believes In the stylish height of t

i* THE NEW POSTILION. making hems and buttonholes to the bats, his own being fashioned of an Phone 21' Kissimmee F laThe . and t'
Staple FancyGROCERIES
cutting out and fitting of garments. I
In the Thursday afternoon meetingthe .. .rII
Th. Fourth Variation of the High. Winter .,. .
-
-
-
.t Hat. girls should begin with boiling potatoes Y
t I IFree
which la not as simple as It .
- -- +
) ) Of pressed black silk beaver this '
sounds, and should then progress tv
3 postilion tins for its only trimming.
1
broiling a steak and chops, working
:i '\\I except a narrow band, a fluted ribbon to bread baking and pastry upgro'dually ., Delivery to all Part

t.J making. of the CityMrXXWELL

Once or twice a year, preferably durIng of the "world e s
the school vacation 'period', the eyes oooooo..oo..ooo..oo..oo

mother should allow her daughter to .. _--
0t -
it rim I the w hole house, for n w eek or two
PYn In this. WilY .he w 14 gulp\ e\.rlt'n'l': .. the who
i The club Idea Is. a partli nlarl\' i Arne are on man e er

(l ahe! one for the girls will enjoy
{ tuc'ting'! together nod will learn all the H

i'I quit ker for the competition Some I such

I club, Which might' be imnitd something'
like the I.flklcnt Housewife dub or HOUSE
the "omestlc Science: \ Students" will SAVEST"

he of Infinite value to the girls In later.

years when they set up housekeepingfor COFFEE :

, ; e, b themselves

Pq q Is Perfect ,
! : Pwxat + Winter Foliage./ ,

Cook has a hanging basket. all of her
Ask Your Grocer
f own In a sunny window of her kitchen P for moment
a man
fig s young ,
which Is a pleasure to the calling I

o tradesman as wed as herself She tooka give a thought to self. The
good sized sponge and planted It full
or of rice oats and a little barley Then I that confront
problems now or
she It for week you ,
placed n or ten dajsIn ...
."' a shallow dish of water, as much will a few hence. Joe E. JohnstonCITY
I years
, as the sponge would absorb, and soon
OH. IOU I'PMPIIK I
tiny green shoots began to appear from
w
the sponge Then she ran a narrow Inverted pumpkin blossom. Orange Look about yon-the men of affairs in country state, nation-yes,

ribbon through the sponge and auspeuded colored crape paper Is also used to I ill the world are the men who started to tare early in life. ENGINEER
It to the top of a sunny window, cover the candy !box, which la tilled
where it now has become a mass offlufTy
. with homemade chocolate Someof
\ r : drops. They have the respect and confidence of the community.
all
which will
keep winter
SMABT 'TO A DEOKKB. green your "kewps' may be clothed In
When It dries she takes It down antiIllIml'rseM Surveying andDrafting
other shades
i autumn
fancy faced with black Jet beads nat it in a bowl I of water, letting Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all t1..y

tlly set on the left side "'OIlOW hate it absorb. all that It will. Later on she lake--they may hare a good time for a while, but w&at does tk Jr
Dame Faehion.A
tour varieties of high hots-the "top will sow grapefruit, orange and lemon personality reflect? ..tOIIRSOWEIIRIIIER
men's dress white crepo de chine blouse of the
like
per, which Is exactly seeds among the others, as they hate

hats; tbe chimney pot the witch's hot a glossy green leaf which will make a quite newest like cut that shorn worked eyelet on embroidery a Madeira A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be tIM < .
and tbe postilion. pleasing contrast to the other foliage.
napkin worked In nhlte silk on nucleus of an honorable, independent career. !

The Squirrel I".n and fronts Make your beginning now-today. Your
Minced Chicken With Cream Sauce. blouses made of I
See the squirrel In the tree of the new U
bank book will the
Pleasant quarters has he; Put Into n saucepan one tablespoon taffeta, with .straps and l pocketsof I pan way. I } F
His home U a knothole convenient and fill of butter, one gill of Stock fluid two heavy bide .serge trimmed with buttons .
freeHow tablespoonfuls of stale, breadcrumbsand II ,
he runs on the limb
Then alta up ntrateht and trim stir until boiling. Then add one Chlldien's hats with down turning State Bank
The rascal! Ha knows we are talking of pint of cold! cbU ken chopped fine a teaspoonful I hrhus are I trlinnioil with a bund of : :
him of salt, a dash of pepper anda 1 braid or silk and" a long tassel \innglug

Here To partake he comes of your nose fare In air. teaspoonful of chopped' panlajr. Remove down at one side Insurance that Insures;
H.'. found you have nut. and expects:: from the fire and add two well I Plaid ribbons In bright; Colors: are
of KissimmeeCapital
you 'to share. beaten eggs; fill Into small greased shown In the bho|>s!. They are used for :
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Now he holds up hie p..... molds, stand In hot water and cook In 1 trimming hats and frocks as nelL Protection that Protects
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And with teeth and with cia. the oven for fifteen minutes. Serve stock ____________ 1100,000.00
He soon has a coodl bestowed In his ---------------------- 4

lawnCatch hot with a cream sauce made from Chewing Gum. Resources ever _________________________________ 400000.00 Ht
him Well, you mar tIT rich milk thickened to the consistency Onm contests In public have gone I '
But I fear. he's too sly of cream. out of fashion No more unlovely habit Officers and Directors.
with that bright Uttle
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1 can be formed, and It outrages all C A. CARSON. Prett. J. M. LEE Vice Prwt '
n.-r-J I What In winter *-. .
knew you would raiL you the canons of good form. Though at DAKIN AVENUE
With a flirt of his tall When the frosts on the around times gum chewing mar be necessary- M. KA/ Tl. 2nd Vice Pre L 'I .
+ H.'. up and away like a leaf on the. ....- Transposed 'It wtJJoat '
; Nor mind: let him star (And It Is troth ru be bound). or may be thought to be necessary as THOMAS Cashier KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
e I. the treetop and play A nam that to rustics we ctY, an assistant to good digestion it toloabtfnl -
.; Well Sad him again. when were walking Who .la clownish simplicity"lire if It.ta ever anything more I \ ; '
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_-: ( :. PAGE 10. THE KISS1MMEI' VALLET' GAZETTE' w. .'"'"':' .w.FRlDAY-NOVEMBER.I'd.1S: ... ,f : ;;\


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MiiiMiiin a MiitiiiiMti ,Directors' may d.t.rmlh Bald Cap dne. of the subscribers to hess articles UPOf the folowln.as-the property of 1a.band. and M. O. Oskorne and M.C- rev-hereby required to appear to the ;,;. >,.

'. .. IuU Block may b* from time of Incorporation, together with .: i C.born. MIlo Osbornend Mile bill .( coraplanlt heretofore* filed In i.
I{ to Urn, beyond .no..8 stated tha number of shares of the capitalstock One wood nrtlt complete foi d'lnl : : L. Livingston till _u.*, on or b.forsb.tIthpfansarl91L day, ,

; Legal 1 '> > it,|h. manner provided by law. ? b set opposite oil weis) 'wheel.I",i .hat. and her : If : married and > DEREn '.
,' ARTICLE! 4. his name are flo.clh leya. Irons ropes ; II Nathaniel .n Ni C. Bryan rr la FURTHER o : Tht .._
I : boiler 10 horsepower and Lucia Town.. Charles D. this order be published
ahall ed.t \v. A. Florida.' $ horse power Steam ; one one a we* JI,
; i AdvertisementsI 1. ThIs Corporation perU sbares' steam engine two drilling Townsend. her husband: and Mary A. eIght eoneeeutlre week *Kllmmee,

:: : pctually, or until dissolved accordIng 'Mr.. Llllle Smith KI..lmm. stems 16 feet long and 4H Inches di More and her, husband If she b. mar- Vale,Qaaette, a newspaper published ; ,.

to **W. ARTICLE t.I. Flotlda 1 C amelerj one sinker stem; three pairof rld. and Mary A. Moore and hel hus- county and .l"e. ,- .,

( .iiupiijiiiiiIuiuiiuiij.1qo i The business ot this Cansojt. Klsslmmee, Florida. Jars) four drilling bit.; on. wire dwfD! married c Mar I WITNESS my the Seal of. "
Corporaton. 1 share drilling cable; one wire sand line; one and \ooe and 't.: :Mooreand aald Court thl* 10th day of November. '

'i.Ien' or njrcAnoif von of until :.tler"I.h provided be conducted by a IN WITNESS WHEKKOP we have bailer two sand pumps, about 100 Mor and H. Ut. I .

1UTTBH9 PATENT AND IN .-Pre.ld nt. a S"crerflrlor hereunto set our hand this 29th day feet of six I Inch casing; one old manila Uross, Sr. they are required tClrful CourtSeal
CORPORATION.TO pr..ld..n Treasurer und Boardof of October A. D. 116 ; to /be and appear' to the Di ofComplaint J. j
a fO
a W. no'reln ,filed In the said In Clerk c'
'" composed of from three to A. RMITH tools f'off.n; pipe: one fE''ourt ,
ALI WHOM IT MAT CONCKRMi .. exact number of saId MRS LILLIE C. SMITH spear: other fishIng the Court aforesaid, on or before Mon .
NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VKN. That to bo th by thalty-l.aws. and W. W. CAKSON. ., ole of wrenches: clamps; day : January, A D lilt: HOCKER MARTINComplainant. I

th. under apply to the Governor roOt alterable within the limits stated levators. rope sockets, rlr.r1h..y..d.Bill of Complaint '. 80lcIor. 41-e \ .
1.:1I0:
of th.n Florida, on th* The office of Secretary and the office STATE OF FLORIDA ) tug ropes. temple screw and 1' will of law be taken a* '

0th day of November. A. D 191ft. for of Treasurer may be held by the mime ) 55. attachments connections, tools .ont."d the aald Respond .(KELO.LIE Oi HOUTGAG1
Lttvr Patent I incorporatlnic (haBRYAN The Hoard of COUNTY OSCEOLA ) ments machinery and fixtures connected cOts.
R1CAUiT COMPANY under p.ron. Rurh other officers Directors. or may UK IT KNOWN : That b.tor. me. with or belonging to ? IJ IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED That !. (1..1 C..rt -.. (he' *e-re. appoint alf.nl. this undersigned and of lih.r this order be published once a week of the State .f
the following proponed Charter a enpy In their judtftnent ma1 scorn Notary well the property f ..I Klerlda.
of which' ha. ban flied In the office AH And shall preiicrltte for such wi.. for said I County and State. personally and the said w.1 now about 1660 .. fur eight consecutive weeks In the KIs- . for Oamla ...tl.

of (lYe Hccretary of State of th. Slate nuch and ornc.r.or afl Appeared. A. Hmllh. Mrs l.llllif. In depth with feet of \ Inch ca.lnl Hlinmee Valley Ua..te. a weekly newspaper x IN CHANEKV1..t
of Florida. al..nl their .ow.r. dule. Smith and \V. W Cainon. to me well I land about 400 feet of Inch general circulation I Fiends lumber Cen a florid

This the 28 day of October. AD.. The nnnunl' meetIng.I of thin.em corporation proper known and known to bt to he the IndlvltluRla I In place I : In said All of said prop- In the t'ltof Klsslmmee. County f'orperalo., .._. ... -
l : the.I\'n 'I si at Klsslnime of < and state of Florida 1
lU6. nhnll: \ be held on the ne<'( Tut'- named In "nt who substrlh- er I y lot att i'd on "..nll -
KUOENK C BRYAN. day In .Innnnrof each \i-nr..Hi ten id thtlr IIHITIIS to I, foregoing 'pioioni (. lark In said ( togitherwlththi \'ITlI.:1 THB lioNs IRAUL.K AMES Mary K. \.. . a Alaa-le WeMa..
A. H ItKYANJOHUL'A (1 lit) .dork A nt which nil | .d harti-r and .\'KNoWI.I.IIJnIh.1 I I It'am and other liases for oil and \ J U.I of the Bald Court I.). arlmar.. aid Ieelai. laTca<_.I
L l.\IHCI tli> hi. I. prnlili'd In" I lhe\' ,'x'cul,1 th. name r.r .- gill iiurponeH ftom W A. McCotil to nalddifttitlant mname an ('lt.rk thereof, and the ( ommfmmr. a Florida Corporatlea. Jle- \ .i',
nf"'rl I urpstas.N therein exprtHntdVVriM.SM about 1 KIM") M.Mil I of tin' said CircuIt I Court Rt Kin apoadents.Oftlhifl. "
llofird of !
b* <', bthe tnt r<'< torN RKlr""Hlnl .
I'rUM'OKKU ('IIAHTKIt I t'lstil ,lh ,ifflc'rs. I. h.. ul-cts.d 1 at the mv band, and ofnrlal R""I I Iat at I-i-- It tii.t-" \ ni"ii it'. i IHC t ula 4ountFlorida. on I-
or Mill ill "Mtttlnu' of Ilii. Mill 1 I'Hf. KI."I.r.*.. 'h.III' and Statt afnii .Ml I I nf which will nell at the front thin the 4'lh day of :o..mb.r. A. I). FOIl IILICATION 1
nm AN itKti.n ('()MI4YThe I" .,. Ihf buitlnt:" nf tb .hnl ,"I.,. I Ihl. lh ,I.v ..t.h..r. .\ llI d"iiisui t the (unit MOUMI In KlnnlmineiIHI '. IllS i TO H I' U 'HIN' ANI ALL OTHERS 3,
undersign, h..rt'h>' iiHnticlatethems n"II1 t bt. (.(iniliiiltd, "by Ih.r.I" . I !'UK' ( .i..lit < 'itiSItS 1"irlda, nn the Hlitla S iCtrts.al) .T I. t \. RSTlFI"T. \\IIOM IT \ CONCKUN f

<'l\tn tog..ther for tht. pui pon.' of I"'nl.i .g .r''r"r'"I..I. i.i': j:.\1 1111. \ nf I rs-s-. nuii'r. A 1 U I !lIt 5. within An <"l<.rk Circuit ar.r' 1 It appearing\ by sworn Bill of ,
I under the laws NtitnrI'ublU I.arife tin limit of It.K 1 nullto the bin hint JOHSSItlV, & i.AHHKTT lIe
becoming Iniorpornttd I.IIKI in < Hi \ ani SI.I II Complaint, flled In the above 't-
styled
of the Matt tif 1 I'Iorhgi. and under the \h ..1.1 (.nt. A II My timmlBfiltin ixpftiH Sept and, lint hltltlt (.. cash, to natlNft. .\s < 'tinisel! for: I*om plal nqntn 4fl. Rt raMf that H 1) Waring of the 'r \
terms of this Chaitir' Inll Jf.lh JiH.! l Maul with ititirint and .n.
Si titnr and Ti-s-anti I.ll.uii.l ( .111
t t .x."I" Its'rstslsd..nla thtrtln named Is
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X t'1't: I.I. 1 Itarl.. r ) .In.hnn VANSON1 \.{ UIDHn n. I, H I ltl AM.! II' rid' (11 ui-i'' < Ol HT (I T1II2K resldtiit of the of Florida a and fion I.R Is .

1. The nam. f thin <':n noraiKmbull of Hindu Kiigint. r Hi > At15'ttits sir 1 nroi ptirattii 4.4 Shin lI .r mtftila4f #> \ I.VI' .I III I .I. (11'11' "' r,' l.I'nl of IfRI." '" rsoni Ille In the
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,n n A II Hian. Kail tier.l _ _ 'III'I\ 'I Statt* of North I C.r.llnR. and that the
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2 lIe | tpnl < o plnrf .urf. luillilfil I (slit It>$ 111* - -
r'I hal) b I.. In, 1 toI"1 :" 0 of KlHtiniiut < .III pill Illlupt Illl nl. I 'Ir..1 In anti ,''I lliui'rIa, < ounl, I l'I."I''II.Ut; > \1 M. OHIO (OMI" 81,5.-nt 1"(1).r( frsuui, the and that hu has been
St ) ( ('UUI'I of < >HI'.(,lit 11 nil pl .|"I lllltl Hflll 1111(1 Hllllll 11(1"| t i I lt.rtlii. \\'III HI IT M I \1 l i 5"IltN' I; t N 1. i.. | rBl Ion iiriCBBlBrd. under IIRI. of 1lorl.IR for
.I. I .nut fin,' th "(i\i'llnir. "lor tin' affnfiHtllll 111.1 molt' than sixty prior filing
State of I ; ",,! Its biiHlrMHw stilt> is I st.I b\ "h. thit, I ,11 t he !I... of I-'I..hl.. t. I.l /
be contliii! "1,1,1.! Hiiid 1 1 Io'. I if 'KlHHlinm ( ,. I I'.f' With I. I 'hill: .Illlllilt ** \ "fl.n .f %tl..|.t..t.4 1.11.1.l lIt i its list. I iiii' i ...mi' I ll..ui. i ..i I 4 iimiilnlnMnl.. nf liiistaiil bill. ..< that th..r' no
Law" of I'h.- )<.,ll i f I I" M.I 0. pei nun In Ih. of Vsillltt
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lnilUKtr.it, ) ,a ml ot tier ).tiNtlit'lls< M, w 01 ,kn. Slut' In ( i in I. ludM; (if I rnhati fur I s.sisi iK I l\ ftnts l isII I
n""III"I. i iiiitbH ami I .ii mini H" in. 0..1 v* 1th '
"I"cl"i u"'I"klll.i a ml siturhtisinil. H IKIU ll.tlKlllt,lltH. I his dllappi v. ol : :'if mllnnl: tin' illHihiiitrt:: AS Aiithnhuitratuir I I I.1. j _,.tin. i .!... \\ it". ." t ho nu Jtti'l 1 1..1 sip :1[- '. -if Nl-i, .f Nri4 "f I : (HOP REPORT '0'
1",1 entaliof Piwln I H .
t o I ri l 15\ mi r- Hrldgt tieI I''i
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Ii nml .I""hul 1, i mt k n"\\ nII Inl d.I. "I.I wi tl IK t i on ol *in'h a it I ma Ii \' ; i, I- t:
11" ++
patt'ntn. i','IN IJigstt, < .IUH\! < nd tn IIH. tin IndlvliluiNli sen.t t t I" nalil C'oiirt \ In.1 "..Olntl 111 UHt' l \"V-I.! ( \1.fls\\"f\ I ++ '
11. I :\ .
or ot rw IH< hi H. und* i ta kInurs IIH Ad .IIIMI."I"r I i of said t' and ask I .
"Ih..ll. > In Mil .
( ( and Mho ist.nor ilolatliig Ibis
Ih..1 1)1fon ) 'p. ,
.
.x..II..1 for t heir ti 1 .n. Nu\"f..f 's\i' : aKhinpton I p). 1). Nov"mber.-A
or r aiiv 1'1",1P.I. \ SoY\V\f.NX\
.u"ln. .. rlht ..1.1 ".I,, 1'i nptiHt ,I f'Iii.ris-r. w Im iipininatli l .. iilstiii.t' ( Mmll' upon i i' \ltllon I lit* % ItSsf I ,
or < ,"trcl.and fulfill latlon the I'rm 1 ht .and"ld .. in'Know l(-dki.tl ab fur hl".1 August A.2nd E 1lli I ;tin.I i ;1 ml s-X(-i :.dlim rlft-v; dolliiH, ; Oi :hr.: :\',. ? ,\ i, I,; i s., .f \ i4 sit I summary of preliminary estimates ofcrop
conditions .
perform I that I h ixetutid I tht rnr.,111 PH01O"T. 1'1,1..1' | I I m,,t i x..I". ,k. tlilrtilins U '4 "r '.
thereof ami to. carry the name tuliNsil hailtr freely .". "\ountiir\) ., IBlmfimo Admlnl.trRlor .11..11.1., .. 1"1 Hiiib nin 'iml.111I" \t.I '' ,1' I production and prices for the.
into effect and de
Vflop and turn u..ral. Ih'r'und'r.. maintain or e"tiltuittH and purpoHPH t tlnr.lii. fXptiHrIN "lllttIt II.n""I. in tl,1st r-il Inn nf tin :'. jy.Vs,:,. Sl-m, "f s- ,5. ; I stt of Florida and for the United

.ell. and dispose of. and d<.ul with the WITNESS WHKRKOF I NOTICE or nd html ,,1 1 .'. N sit ]I' i
I batht AIHINISTIATOR I an (iml I tlint. In ",nHtHHltin M I.; i. 1 141 States, compiled by the Bureau of
.ame. 'rt-untti d toy hninl and ofnilal Hint I For Kl. l DI..r.. I and u nun I inotiHl\' | I bin I : "f M I-; ', sn" i. of M l: .
To carry on the general business nf Ht Klaiiliniiiet.. In mild Stale nml (',,,. :nd djiof N"i \ n ,imr, ..H".0 of sh: i, u u !\ ,11NU I Crop Estimates (and transmitted'

contracting and <'on.trurtlon In. all ty fm Ihl. the ZHlh day of icl.ih.r, A I. Poart of Coan y Judge tste .fKlorlda. i ,, .11''i) l I. KHII\W. E'" .r N15. ; '. sus, sit I
branches. To (build. ere<.t. promoteconstruct. I). 1916. Usceola .
provide acquire. r.palr. PAT JOIN TIN !. "K.l.e part mi-lit of Agriculture is as follows -
out maintain develop I Notary Tubllr RI.I. .r FI.I.I. Ji'ler! llann Sr 'li-i ik nf I hi'5 filiif HIH.IMI..Othin Sl1-S, (if N\\i. sr-i. ofsv,

:'I'varr.p. manage. control: ( Real) Monimlsslon IXplr'H29.1 IX Notice I In hereby Ilvn. to sit whomIt \ .., ."."l 2 di\ of NII\ .V H' \ Sl-: ', \1" ', :
buy .. I'dl'a. let, IIcense 46- 4 ma\ concern that th. twelfth day 1 Il i ;. N'I.: lit sVrs., ; r'f

4. to use work ; dlspost; of of December, A, n 1916 I shall applyto H I A\\ nf Sht. I ; .f SH-X : 2"1 Corn
w.ter. gas electric and Ice plants and DTIIi OK the Honorable 'li. M, Murphy. Judge IVfnir of >' t>f4i :\.r ,
works. tunm I Is. h>rldR,'n, vlaductadocks LKITKHS AI''I.I'ATIU)!I"101 of said Court Judge of Probate for ( .ft KlislminofIlll SFV4 nfNU i. :.r\.r I4 S\1' STATF-F.timales this year 11-
\ : .AT..I. \ .
wharves piers, roads, ways, reservoirs my discharge Administrator of SIV'. :1
( (lt I..t '10.. as the Vf of nf % !SIOO.OOO liu, final estimate lust
,'ducts. water courat canals rntale' of Walter S14 \ year
aqu I Mass "r. deciaHtd.. .I. '10 1 I ii'I' 'llIi.i-KIB .r s\i. 23
l hydraulic work. factories warehouse TO ALL \MIOM IT MAY t"'llt\ and that st the ..m. time I will pre- NU v. .r N\\- '. r-v .r I-H orN'i 1 1,200,000( ; price November 1 to pro-

*. mills, and other works andconveniences NotIce thit I Iui. 1111 nt'nt to said final accounts ('Irriilt 4 cart ..f I kr HrlrB4h ..IndlrlBl stI' t N"' S" ', I
lurtby
L' ;
du'ers i7
.h1 ofl\ < Lu.
and to that end to buy. ih.-riiigrit4 .11. on | di\. (it lie nn Administrator of s't estate and ask < Irt-iill of aisle .., litrldBIn or 26 cti, per year afro 9 2 ets.

S .n. and dl.po.e of real estate 1.1.ml er. A 1916. apnl\. to I lln. t ,overnor I for theIr approvalDated sail fur..I......1.| 4 ou.yI .- I-: '. of NE t,. of NE'. I'.rI UNITED) STATES-Estimate thi.

!To carry on any or all businesses a. of th.8lat. of Florida tt liift' June 12. A O. 191 ( I4 ">< I.:Ill J. NIV'4 Nt* t.f N .
manufacturers. producers. merchants, tie.. II Ih. tity of TiillihiKH, . I. l.u, HENRY UASS SI"r NE5, .r ; I I year, 3,090000,000( ) bu, final estimate
\
wholesale and retail. Importers and exporters for .ttfrn Patent Im' .1'ln 2ft-o-a-so-6mo AdministratortOt I- itt i ; .
< nrp n c t "f-I I Emory I. I ... >ntl \\allrr ft. llmm. :\ \.r last
generally without limitation ..Ivo tiur attnorlnttM suit MIII. ".'ni. .lennBtH IB 4 omm. 4 "".'.'. Sl-m: .r sri4's I 't.r St.5| nr year 2fi7'J,000,000; No\ember 1 \

a. to the class of products and merchandise into a botly politic and ciiinorili ,". .. .Dt. SI'; '. :Iit .r 11\" '. S\. or I price, (filth cts, year ago 70 6 its .
and to manufacture produce the name of Ihi. \V /\ Smith Compam' IN 'HT OK ("III' NTYSTATK JLDGE. I.lit.IB ( ."ornrj. ..d her BUHtvBBB1. If she SlV5'S 271
adapt. pr.par. buy. sell and other \\'e also h.r..by dicltirn and ,hov, Of KI.OHII I be married and I,n,'IB 4ti.l>orB ..d :\ '. "f NEt.. S1t i. .f !|l"', 2 Wheat. t
wlso deal any materials. articles or that the following ('liarttr ami artlleHof OH( K 1.\ tttiJn-i'y; Ber MuHliBntl If mitf mBrrlrfl. :\l" of NIV'4.t. .f \'IV'4. 5
things required In connection with theIncidental I rcor..r"I.', a full. Itij.. .i i .i uI I It ( K.f..rlo. 'Chniisaoa ..d. l.awrr.reTii.s. tfc (if SI'.' >s\v i. ,sf s\\' i 29 UNITED STArESEstimate this

to such manufacture andS .m 'lnllh": il if w bl"|lla !. re K.tse of ABroa KefBhnryiNotice ht-r husband. sad M.. t., O. Nl.Vi ,if 1. "r Nl-4| 1-4: bu. final
\ 1,002,000,000
production now on lllt< sittlie of I tin. Si.( In htreby given to all whom laIrs sad >1. 4 0.l>. and Mllu 4 "r N\Vi. \ or SEI,15., i-tE',4 year estimate

'S To do a general business a. Commission r.tlry of Mate o-f theHm, I "tite of It may conCern. that on the 10th day 0>lor>. sad| Mllo ('. ".b.rB BBriKBthrrlBr "r S\ 3" last year 1,000,000; November 1
Merchant selling agent and factor "Klorlila. at the said City of TallnbaKHitdurlnif .. of February A. I> I shall applvto I.. i.iiagahon sad krrkashsad. NKJ4 :\'. SEtS: Nl.: 14 of ;
under del ci-edere commission In the time teijufrcd b\ law for ,I the Honorable T 116.. Murphy Judgeof If akr Kr. mBrrlrd. N a- St-l. 31 price 9J.1 its, year ago 97.2 cts.

the manner and to the same extent a. the pabllcatlon nr thin notice said Court as Judge of Probate, for tkBBlrl I'. .llrrBB. sad <'. I. llrr.0** sad .\1.1._ rv T'lUSIII I I I' 25 ROUTI.
natural could do. \\' A. SMITH. my final discharge Administrator of I..... M. .. .. .. 4 kBrlrs I.IN( E2 EAST; Otis.
To plant p..r.one and cultivate tobacco MRS LIM IK I' KMITI I the estate of Aaron .K..hurv. deceased Ton .....d. her kuntiBBii.. .d ".r ... '\K, nit NIV'' 1"r SI.4 32 STATE-Estimate this

5,. .' sugar cane' coffee cotton w.v.. CA I) LN. : and that at that time I presentto "ior. sad her hushs..d.' it sha ,homarried. : N ;t Nm4 \ of SK'4 year I ,21 8-,
citrus fruits and all kinds of fruits said Court my final' accounts I and Y4ery A. Moore BB.| I ; of Sl., .f '| : hit NEt4 000 bu., final estimate-last year 900-
I and vegetables, to carry business AUTin.KI OF It'Oft I'OIt \TIOV Administrator of said ..estate and ask. husbsBd. If .b. Mr .arrl.d. \\-. l> Sl.r SE'4 s\ ur i4\\' U
of mining and rI'lftho"t marble We. the UMiKralKlied hereby And by for their approval. I More sad \\'. l>. Moor ..d \\'B!.OBI :W. of NE 4 of : % : s H of 000; price November 1 t producers I

stone mineral and to cut these articles of Incorporation a. o- Dated Aug. Znd. A. D 191BA. >. More and Watso. l>. Moore BBdkarlrs :1' or NF': N\V' of NB% ; 70 cts. bu ..
timber and deal In lumber and to buy elate ouraelvea together for the purpose E. DROUGHT. I (' II, (... Hr" sad all wrrMOBMrlBlBsliis NI. or RI' __ __ I per year ago 76 cts.UNITED ,
Fft sell. Import, export and generally deal of becoming: a body politic and S3 1 m m Administrator. ; iBferewlB Im tee suds IB R. RE'S : W. of 8\% _ TES-Estimate this \
In all of th. above fruits, vegetables.marble corporate under and pursuaAi to the thin Illll descrIbed nBdrr the BaldBBrard or S.i. .__ __ _on 38
atone minerIs, metal.. timber laws of the State of 'Iorld' providing I..d..t. I Ike nBBir or Al i.. 'N TOWNSHIP tB SQUlh. Range year 1,517,000,000 bu., final '

or lumber t to establish, operate and for the formation FOIE'L08l'll OK MOHTUAUI3 say ef h ... or otherwIse 27 East.'tVest last estmat
conduct packing-houses, llabllltlea and Immunities of corpora K..po..f. R Acres of N"nr 1.r \' year 1,141,000,000; 1 ( ,
hOlel..Iore.
tlons. the bf which laws I. Circuit Court for the E'1: that of
,5 wareh .] to engage provisions BevrBth JD- Order of pnrt of price 34.9 cts 42.9 cts.
.bl..fln. year
generally the business of a planter; are hereby a-pl.d. and we hereby dtrial ( IrruK of the Mtslr of FlorIda TO ALT \\HOM IT SF1', South of Kiillriiail$ SU"i. Tl I ago
ti
to deal In. busell' acquire lease, d..dar. that the rolowln" artlrlin of In soul for .nee ilB, touBty.IN I ai"piailtiir from slit* w.rn"NIR:I I of :1.r Slt, Sl| i. "f ms 1r Pot aioca.STATEEpstjniate .
sub-let, farm-let and mortgage. rt al i Incorporat I.I" "I. "': ioul] lie ( .IIM ':111I'st (''II.I"I. flleil in thin ( aline thattbtn \. 1 : TllNSIIII- 21 i-iis'Tlt." (
the chat ls-r of itlissis 4 11 tNtl.i ; I: 2 FSTnnd
estate, and to plant Improv. and develop t tn upnthe Jnl..to. .o..I.I..t. "r' pt rAise i 1"'r"I." tinIprtiptrtv this year 900-
the same l hy the erection of iHHiiamc, tif l,itttiH latiiit accnilIfiK 1 liiMilied I In I tilt null .05 hs'r IK'h nf 11"1 I 1,. ii nd flit.\. ni ( i ..it'l \
houses or buildings thereon and to douch lawArtlcli. l>. ... t.anlrr anti le-bble l (.iiB
4 other lawful arts therein as may 1 Thi. name of Ihl. rorp..- \\ lie, 1."po.d..t. tisinet of .I'h p. ,, Mit.liHted " lulil.r.i. , 11.i In, this IIIIIHI mi 000; puce November 1 producers
ration nhnll ht \V A. Smith l Miimiiitlv, -h nf I I.'. t
be needful or d..lrRhle In and about tnnpanArtltlt '\ are iinlttinvi si f.. 5 lln' t irnplalnaiitand linn,\ 1116.!
.. the said ibnprovejn.-it or de\ 2 Tilt. ",'in.". ssth.'o anilprlntlpal I Ml I'll IOK 'I.K I I hit I ..11 f In iii, I t'i-s"I In I Iiisa "I tin HIIIIII lulnu n tuli. tlnII \ !p9'!I rents per 1m, year ago 120 its
thereof, t# hold said Heal 1 Kstntt r.mJ: plat i (or ..11,' of thin (.titporatlon ., TO Al.IIKIM IT MAY CtV i-i to own the purchase Hhnll be In tin I 'My of Kinnlmiiitt. In hi-n.by l\n that tbe untlttnlKntd it..,pnnilen 11 UI'I"wf I. |,1.I.h.1 i unit.. ii..1< fur t 1".l\ t- LNITf:1 STATKS-Estimate this
::n."ultr C'ountof OHrtola State of an SptMlal I Mnnter h In Chan IT I m "-"u. ss shin 1, In |.
otherwise, maintain or acquire : Thll-ltEFt IR n i Thai ,1. KI""III.'nl. :'JV!* hu
; : i OHfI'HEI year ,000,000 final
boats or vessel for the despatch 1'10,1,1., The B.lrl of slit' s-Cturs mu ct-InthlHiaUBi- ill t.ntht' Huleliay I Illl paltltH lalnllliK ,. II .,.I Intb I. \ ..7'. \. nt\i .,pnp. |I11.I.h.,1 11 estimatelast
r and conenlence of any of the buslnesses biaiKh orn"1" at 01 her placi In l h""II.r." A 1> 191 H.! 1'ln. thi filh f.llivlnur (linirilnd r il plnptitnltimUt iiitiil I ( ..111'WI" year 40r)21,000!) ; November 1
aforesaid from tlfiie' to Him' an tiiny I" deHlrttlArtldf day said inonlh) the I In tin. t..untof and\,J ,, sits' Ii"ml .,.! ii,. ?, | .r''
To buy. sell hr..d. r arise. Import oxport. I 3. The pi'rlotl of txlHltmiof liKiil. I h"ur. of sale In front of the State sit Klorltln xl/ l'.11 ,.ilil '",,I .it IftKlmnn t* l its Ibis>Nnnili pi He ()0.8 cts, year ago 52! its ,
S deal and trade In and Utlock thin corporation .hal l bt' uiiuietyiiit.s1'snra. ( null Ilissise linnr at Klnnlmmtt.. "Inci Xll that hart of t4s'rllssnis. 'lblrlIwii \ i 1 Hull I I'M 1 1S -. l ll
nll. iiln (I'lunly. fur nalAanl l i I I 'I 5. .,1 I i .1 oi i HVTltl ltT.1: I l(
S of all kind. and II clrry on a FI.rldl. expnni and TblltthriM.I In Tovvinhlp' I I Col on.
general live stock and agricultural'business Article 4 Thi neni'ral n"lur' of I thehunlntnn si-ti. for cnnh to the hlKbent and Twenlfle "fiuth; Ranxi Twtnti: I 1",1) l < In-ult. ( ''"" t I II
of thin orporatloii! shall' Into hint lildder thi' followlnR mortgagtdproper Hint. Kimt hln" North I of Hhlliltli"retlc . I nili I inull, hiur 111! i STATE-The September 25 condition -
:
'- To own' operate, run tarron the hiuaho'ss : f .Io.t and:: VOust'. and h.at of tbt.- c'nuiitx. I MI it "IH' A. -\tti'S I |i applied, to the estimated aereaize.forecast .
fanning1 Factory, and to d'na' R' uhf makern .no sls-umlu'ra., and t.i maiiu nul.k1 ,. .' Auto- Road flu I II now rnriiado t i mi 11111.I ml" H Siil It.I tm H 47.12' I IIN I
all fatturt. du> suIt. Import. port. and nuilllt I .. Model C.26 .n..r No. apptnr: i.-th.' ;; I : a production of approxilute-
E.lal. Buldlnlf.lr."lur.machinery .and. appliances deal In hOIsts. h'.. leather and lent h- I 1221 9. Engine No 1SJ1B9Tbe tif Coinplaint in 'tilt n.I.lnlnl''il I nn tir In' HIl "m.i".i: "r--I-'I l-'
nec..ary running and operating a tr KOotln tif ni UlnnM blarkltiKar- nald salt- will be at Iuhl. the 7lh da>. f'ri; -bunrj-. A I) 1'llfelne 1 ..: ( I ly 47,000 bales ((500 ]bs. gioss' ), ('omI -

Canning Factory for the purpose of nlMh and . prt.p irat IIIIIH fm botitaor AI tiiti, und In made In purnuance In due csuuisof, law the nald Hill ih.hIlIit' INM. > KOII fIst ItI.t -:. I pared with final] census last
I Canning and Preserving Fruit and It'atht'r, lasts. boot Btrt't.ht'ra boot an sis-uts-r of sale hs'retoforsgranled In of Complaint I will be t ik<'n an tonfesned < 01 N rIN ( HN'KNINHI ( Fjtl I report

Vegetables of any and all kind.. and jackH button-hooks. Inct,s. thin caune bv the Judge of this Curt, bv all such partien -- I year of 81,205 bales. Price Novem-
of products of the Or burkltn and all ottlir tin the 9th day of irtohtr .\ 1915 It fiuther ordered that thin I. \ N \AI. SIOIIKW IOMI'lNI. -
al .or... FI.ld and O.rd.n. truv. ownS .MHO to condn' a stir or r"RI"nl'R"'j JOHN S CADFf..L ) Ant. lie pllblliihed. once a ws''k 1 for n :.ri'iratl >n irKanUrd unIrr I her 1 to producers 13.0 eta per lb., "

and hold by lease or otherwise farmIng hu,'tog ", at rt.tall. Am Special Master In
lands. Citrus Fruit Lands. Orchard' box. clothlnir furnlnlilriK ".. "h..R. I In thin cane "1m""I.v llixetttt a wtekl\ I .mlI.'o.a.' .
.' Lands and Lands from whit to tollam. ntiktleH. attli Its. nuaptniltin. Dattd this 25th day of Ot'tuber. A iis-S'isJsltper. h' d and of .-in-lalIrciilatlnn . 1 UNITED STATES-The September .
u pr.duc. trove whit h to raise such until rwear, hats, tiosi.'r3 jtuelry. umbrellan I). 1915 4ri-6t (- ; In ;the ;'stuntof I i.IH( enl; i 'l'hlh Sit" II. \l.l.ISON. p. A I..
articles. vegetables. fruit and Nursery huimnulks'rehit-fst. niunliiH. bath and' state of dutdla, iSefenila ala. 25 condition applied to the estimated -

; Ktock of trees. with union to and robi.H. Hlwkln. njikitx Klnxtn. aiitlan \MrKir \\'1TNI' =S I Is- Ho".r"II. .I un..n \\. forecast
produce veg..tahlt.a. fruit ."Irow ,r t| > 11.1 .t .. linen 01 t laHHt.. ofntrittutusdiso --! 1.1 I't'tkltiH. Jilt itis- nf tin Hal.I <'(iijtt nnd oil ) -:1 ..I ( II S "'I.II"I'I' h-, acreage, a productionof

plants and piodurts.. to be sold, <'nnni(1IV "imiallhandlid In I tin. In heril," Kl\in, that I undir mnaiin .an M.rk tb.'r.nf aid, tin. nf, "I-:K-4 M IrI' ': I. approximately 10,950,000 bales
and .n.I. ana to tit.nl l in ,'aimed inert ant I Hi' bunl nt'"' Nnlo.\lrtut of n lliial ls.i.,11.t. rentlerttl tit lal HI-.11 nf the na Id I .lr..11 i ""'11 nntbe Ii ,"iRHIUlli: That th.- sls-fn-nutl-
I 11.1 (500 Ibs
I goods of its own prodiu jind niHiiufuoture .\.1"1. 5 'l'ti.8111051,51 of ripllal I t b\' the Honorable lamt \ I'er 4th tlor Nn\ i.0..i v I Ii 1 I''I : iinm " In "..1. 1.Th"ma.. II I ( gross compared with final .
mid and .fI) nil susti Shin I 1. ' I': \1""T'r",,11 I'lki
to buy tanned .r nrpiii ill..n stall h. 1', kliin Judge of the -rrull| Court of the ItSTHriTCt , I census report last year of 18,135,000
ftoodo gent-rally. and to M<,II anddtnpoHR rhouHiiml I ImllaiH' dUldid lull. outliniidiid S.-M'nth Judicial (Irivilt of I"lsrhuln. nntht ( Ct S.oi > \t ('Is i i II ( 't 1 11., tilt CtiuitKlIINsniN 1.1,1, I S t I Si.-lstenu \\ ,

of "I b>'-produc tn tnadt andrtnultltiK .1"1... .if tin p.1 x .ilu. tif 21id danf Ottnbtr, A l Ii 1 1'Ur.' ./ & i Mllll. : ITM >\1 h s I HuiiKk FrnndnM ll>... bales Price November 1 to producers
'hIs-is-ui
h In hi' ollrahissn, of 'H'h hCannlnK <"I.. Humlriil I Imll IIH "ad.. 1'In tap- In. mini pi'ndlng In the Circuit Court I ,> ('iisuisnss-i 1 fm, t .II.I.I"n"l 41.I 2t ,, . .i :....I II.!.: illicit liniilil, '. I..!l.llln I I 11 cts Ii
Factor)'. Htid t< do nil thliiKx Ital HlmK of t tn tun ;ititm HIM Iso St'\irith JudUlal Circuit In and for ... . .'. ''"' I.. l"I 1"" I.r per )., year ago 6.1.
cfKiinry and I pt per In urstilsig and :paid for I 'r.I: :..-rt; libtir: tr SitS let-s Onctdla CounlSlntii of Klnrlda In Ill 1.1. '( 4tiiKi iiril-; 1",11"I ''" ( luiiliM 1 iiiol, ( "hailiH -
opn'rattng uch a Factory I at just \altiatlnn In I.. flx.d I II I I''h. ., I E I Hoiiuan. I inplie :
I btbt ( banciwhir. -In JV J.II1I. In the The old fasiioni-d muff is
To m"nura.lur. buy'. s'il or itthrIB l'lo.r"fn.I at u n..I"K: called for "'" "Ialnanl. and I"r.kln. Snill h. Inhn I In ( Ireull ('on.'tt.urth. ".. .. tin .
i Inn of 7st'ss
dtal . In)1 iiurptiHtti N KIm', et nl nre th1 Renpondentnon lnle .f I'lsrimla , .1".1':1" pr newhape muffs
t products .t mik. to pro lu<.<.. puithaH*.. -\ S I hi-I,' The lusist st ass and 11'1,1'n- I tht. First Monday In 1 >ecemlmr A II In and. for ...rulB 4.oualy.IM M in Iti, T"'M'1. i i ""pa"n 1 ii i "HI.n
Hell and .* farm >rodu tM tlal llffa: if thin , ( HAM 01.1'17.' (I 'll" lln la\\H of I lS ;
| or'n'l 'IH ( i "" bt I'llti. the name btlnr the nib dav oflec'unt.er KillKmory I
kind. and other t.'I. and the 'n t rl.u. OiidiKtitl 1 li\ bnalil ..t 1.r',.hll I of A. I). 191S within legal h-'lltilts-i:, ." 01,".lolin l h. .l.itits'I i n I 1..r."I. .I"hl It is ihiirncd that
5 I l1rts-n--I immorality
I mat.rlal. ."I.rlnl lntr or In tile production not lens I than ( ii Is'snor moss o than bt>urn of Hale at the front door of the I,..,,, and
% th< Kfii.rally Is. LOU five ('ou t HnUHi In Kl lmm.. OnttolaCountv IrnBBtB ( ...0. 4 OIBPBBBBB| its i. the| I lists a i ",'f pm I I'. sisiss illi'I iiSiir 1 \ nnla nifanl7, Hlrhaiil, 1111' among women has In..ln..o at the
duct In all Its .
a dairy vm
4, bu.lnl' Artlilt Thn annual m..lln" of the Florida. T vlll offer for sale liii. I .1| Iti 1",1, ; JniiitM rate of ).OOO()() ) cases in the
branch : O-liorne. .11.1 n.1. a
s.d krr year
best bidder for 1,0.1. hunhBBd. If \ : past
stsitk btildei, Hhall be prtnt I the hlghent and cashat .I. It .,Iain. ..
To build equip rateAnd 1"11 .I I" BMBrrlrd. anl I, K I Miiuti \ .liiinn !
i .
: 'Ipal nrritt of thin public, outcry the real .. ..hor.. .d 20
tbt yeais
"o"o"llon on fnlo"'I", S l':" "iIt F Mall and wlfi '
j her 1",1.
i. saili BUBliBBd
own II If be be .
r'ORI'.I first A45
k log Bhlpti. boat* and other prop: to loln\ In Januarof each vearat ll. Inwl. U..ln.t KBlkrrlBr 'I'Imp.on antI m.rrl.d. n: : : IJall: florgsJs eil HolmiH
10 (I ( ( A. M or an noon there- r..1 108.6 t.el west of the I.a.rri>rr ":1I", l'lisI-v.;: : Jnrknon\,. & Tanila
1 be used In buslm'.m. trade and n \ Igratlon I- nftt'r an At which South-Kant the NorthHastouartep TlBinsoB.. krr .... .d. sad M. I'. 41.borBe .- -
i to purchase sell own tu.ldnnortgagre I 1'a"la"le.' m..tnl of the Sonth-East of sad M. I. .b..rD Bad MIlo V. ICallHa\' ( onipanx n rorpornt loutorttuipsizsii Only :'i'!! per cent of the total graduates
tt'd
and least. kinds of \ asset. h.'r' "< liy quarter ItnhnrBV sail Mllo ('. Ocborn. ul.le. u llula n of Klntlila,
th Section 16 25 Houth Range BBdKBlkrrlne
RI Township
Mtock holdet from
n, a hoard of tractors I Pat Flila, ant V JtickNoii the six principal women'scolegeR
and boats. th< and 1 .1"hl"lnn.
apparel for the eliHUlntcear The boArd of 29 Knut run North to the North line I.h..tu. Sad tier
.- .I tackle wharves and uaterrljfhtspiers dirt I '<'tin n no i'1"1.,1 nhall I meet i Imme of the South-Kant quarter of the ID..d. If . married. BBd n..r"e1'Klin 11. Klirnlffllllnm J- I.ellUli. Hannah 1, Mel.Mul in the United States are married -
and riparian lands .. .. Joh'l
llrrBB sad N.
diately following the adjournment of North-least quarter of said section I ( ford n
In general 10 do and perform any act hiryan aad lucia M. To.d ) :11"'r. .J'.i.ss. "M..ln.S .
such IK. thence West to night of Way o
meeting of the stockhold..- Ih. C' Kl( a rib ",' II. .
or acts expt'further dlent or Decennary of to accomplish ers and shall: organixe: bv electing from the AtlanlC Line Rail Road. ('..rl. I). '0.0. ..r ...b..d. ,\Ih.u Meirltt. Samuel Jnh. <. Mc'srmht-k.MI.nlck. S
the
or any sad Mary A.
objects their own number a President. VlceVrtnldint Ih.nc. Routhw..t.rly along the said loI' .0 Ier h..h..d. Robert C. olHrr.
H.nrI
.J or herein l mentioned. and to exercise I hulls-it. II ..I Mrs. O II
r powers Htcretary and Treanurer right of way to a point due west of the If she kr MiBrrled. Star .. I 'fujinJoneph II I..t.rrRnn"h P. Belmont was one of
any and all other powt rs which IMo. BBd her If she bri
but of thence East B>e
the point beginning to the I..h..d.
name bo elected
person may Inikhurnt Nat I'a\ the .
a co-partnership or natural p.r.on Setretar and TreAsurerArtltlt point of beginning containing 17 acres >.rl_. \\'. I). 1"1' ..d IkMoorr I'tnrnon. \\. H Itinoldn rlti. -r.hlhHII A first women to enlist in the work
could do or exert-i.e and which are or K lean to BBdBIBOB M.r.sad "'.(- 111' Inl. of
he stockholders of more or rendered -
., be this .t.rv O..r.. HoddeUodili. lnvestntut getting votes for women in this '
authorized
may h.r..tt.r or permitted corporation In said Interest and BOB Moore BBd ( karlrn H. Gross. "omp""V'1
,
At the first annual .
-. by law. and the enumeration of meeting. or as hal. thereafter costs wih f4r.. all pri* OBB rlBlBilBa iBtrr- A < .q.rllol .rl"tz'd unl.r the lawn country.
as of ,
,, t apeclflc powers recited herein shall In .oon prac- eats .. the land I. Illll dr.rrlb- ' OeorKe Tsnitletar
adopt the Dated this 17th day of October A. tll. fllrs
by-law.
tc.ble. necessary | > L. A. Htnlth, AmelIa
i no manner limit abridge or detract D lli rd BBdrr Ike said ..d HrsBeBdrats. -
from the general conferred government of this corpora If the ..... or BBy of then T"I.r. John A. Arncott TI.k.l. J. M
pfwer. tion. LEE
upon by the law. of the .JARRELL de-e.ased. or et _, h \\lllnon Jr phrlRm; \'ond Alln A Mrs. Manando McCabe of Logans-
c< Article 9. The highest amount of KRinnfl A STEED. . I..r.I I..po.d- and each of
4 corpora"o\ they
;" .l State Indebtedness or liability to which this Complainant's Solicitors 45-f ruts. \\'ly. port Ind, has been declared insane
ARTICLE tTb corporation at time, be sub Order of PnMlratloB. -
) amount of Capital Stock of this ject shall .hal sum any of Ten Thousand IIEKlr I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCFRN: because she is under the hallucination
,. .Corporation shall be Ten Thousand Dollars LI It appearing b* the sworn HIl of Whenever You Need a OeoertU Tonic that she is the "
"Queen of the
Movies.
I ($10,000.00) Dol.n. divided Into One Article 10. Until the first election of Notice I. hereby riven that undernd Complaint filed In this cause the Take Orove'

ip Bundr.d ( ... of the par value officers, the buslneas and prudential % by virtue of a writ of execulol Inue Respondents hereinbelow named are The Old Standard .-
.5, ) of One Hundred ($100.00)) olfmrs each; affairs of this corporation snail be conducted >d out of the County Oaeola persons wh.. residences cltlvennhlp Gr'. Tu'
lnoiudingjtbat sub- the following named persons County Florida on the SOth day and ages unknown to the Com- chill Tonic i. equaUj- ,ala Miss Ormiston, daughter of an : 1

_4 :r1b:1or h subscrIbing; Incor : { A Smith -PresidentMr: if October. X 11. and to me di plalnanta, and that relief I I. sought In General Tonic becana* it the English coloneC!; and Mrs. Durant
u >,. paid for In currency Llllle C. Vice-President; W. W. rected. In a cause O E South the said suit against themIT : well known tonic properties ct. ,
services or property.. at a Carson and Treasurer. The ard and i:;. B doing bust 18 THEREFORE ORDERED That wife of a captain, are
conductors
Just valuation to be fixed In- said Buthard. .r. Lucia and her husband she IRON. It act on the Liver tramway
r, it by the offloers ehall adopt temporary bylaws ness as the Company Oborne I .D D
I corporatora,1 by the Director; andS until the Brat annual are thf Plaintiffs, and the P. be Lucia O. orn. her ot ) the at PDtmout. They A.
.hal be '_u.4 and paid for at such the . 1..Un.ofl sylvanla Company, a Florida husband if she be married. Kalh.rln. Build .l. &r 90 .D their ave
.l such terms I : f Tlmpson and I awrence Tlmpson her up t Wt wages chart .
t u. and- Upon. .the Board Article 11. .The names and real. ration, la the defendant. I have : < 87 I

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; : NNtOiiVETI1iNiN I ion. county'in a>>t. auto- ,. reaching Sparrnt. mile, Miss Stevens is giving I ""j : :im : ::: ::::

MT.U. whole life Co. evangelistic service .ki ,
.1:30; in the morning. After facing
<< has been the means of bringing 140 : "
the "terrible" charges they. Immedi- 11. ; :

I"r ORLANDO PROVES, fiREAT SUCCESS sleep ately or returned rest., As to they'Orlando.-entered without the. auditorium souvenir souls to Christ post card clarlnC.was this presented year to A Trap and. \ Field' .f il,1 il-

-- they were applauded. Mrs. each ,delegate from the Arcade Bookstore d .} / .t: '\' .

with names of the 19 prohibition .. .. .. . .. ..
I t i. The thirty-second: convention of the honor of entertaining: the convention.The Washburn stated that she was not one ..tate,. It reads, "Red rum; T. . . .. .. _ . . . . . .. . . . . . .- . ,- '- ,.... V

'\ Ip I .tat*. organisation of W. C. T. U. president announced for the'comIn I of the party who picked the oranges. which spelled backwards reads ,"mur- TrapshooUnr and baseball are two I most every city for the proper entertainment ;

convened in the Southern Methodist! year that two more prizes will be 'The two young 'men who were enteredin der," will be some day be prohibitedby of Amerl .'* premier sports that bar i, of the visiting star*.

1 e church at Orlando Fla., Nov. 9, 10, the state. medal oratorical contest much In i '
Moat
: law In every state in the union. common. men like to .
given; one fer L. T. L.'s largest paidup for the who
Friday eve were parties
1.tr. 11, 12, 1915. The decoration of flaps, At the election of state officers all hoot, and the majority of men are i NEW USES FOR DYNAMITE! '
I membership giving the best reportof picked the orllJlges. He thinks it was
,l banners mottoes ferns and cut ft wt baseball "fan."
the old officers were re-elected except We venture to say Treee Are Dynamited To' Stop Big
1 :; Sri etc. were unusually pleasing, work. The other, to the union giving spite work upon the part of some also' I 1
Mrs. E; M. Johnson for corre- that more men are interested In I Fonwt Fire ,
\ giving a general effect that was both the best report of work among her members of the wet forces in Marion sponding secretary Miss Neal received trapshooting and baseball than in

t t.r beautiful and restful. Also a large'r superintendents. 11:15: lengthy ad county who knew these people who 109 votes for president. She said: any other two outdoor sports. Out in the forest near Mount Baldy '

white banner with "W. C. T. U. Convention" dress by the state president was given. i are well known temperance workers. "It is not so much an' honor to lead, Men like Fred Clark and Hans Los Angeles Cal., a fierce forest Ore

Y'' in large black letters was In it she referred to the passage I They stopped while passing by and as a privilege to serve the cause." It Wagner of the PIll burg National was raging recently. After "it had (

; "C the Davis law that it had, picked an orange to eat. Their wet blazed forth for several days it I
the was
kl 1 suspended across the opening on package was voted that Mrs. Bettie Lyle Wil- League Club. Jake Daubert and Nap
Lf in the five opponents hearing of it had the warrant brought under control. The next
much
outside of the entrance. A dozen or accomplished good I son be memorialized on the subject of Kurker of the Brooklyn Nationals,

t more of Orlando business places had a weeks being in force. Later the pen I sworn out and followed them to using alcoholic liquors in the cooking Harry Davis of the Athletics, Chief day a fresh wind started the Ore

1 beautiful display in their windows tot that signed the Davis bill was pre- I Orlando. The manager of the grove demonstrations and that white rib- I Mender formerly of the Athlellcs and again and It threatened destructionto

4 r be in harmony with the spirit of this sented to Miss Neal thinking; it regrets the affair and will do all he boners in thd state protest against/ the Baltimore Federals; Lou. Malone, the entire forest. After all other r

;1" great organization. One of the windows ly belonged to her. Miss riltht-I 1 can to make amends to these partiesfor use of the same in her demonstration I who broke In thin year with Connie methods //4fad. been tried, dynamitewas i
the which
trimmed in furled the Union Signal banner i annoyance to they have secured. Hundreds of trees
was very artistically work in their cities. Friday nrt.I''I' Muck ; Frank linker the reknowned
r and of ing her address stating that been subjected so, says the "Ot-aln 'I were dynamited to make fire break
r autumn leaves a large picture noon were heard rep I an aged couple sitting in their parlor been won by Florida the second time. I Star. The Orlando paper says: tee on resolutions: ('0- 't"rnllon with American League qnd World's Champion and It was son put out. The dyna-

.;:i, with a motto written in these words: /irst in 1910, from the national con "Never conceived was in a dirtier scheme than con- missionary and other societies; open teams Christy Mathewnon andChl..r Itlng was In Charge of Ranger Fritzof
head
"Are you preparing for the autumn of vention. The banner is given to the that a Hcallawag's air meetings, fairs; posters; report of Meyer of the New York Nationals Camp lialdy Station and three forest i
executed in Orlando in the interest
lige ?" Another said: "Put gild in state having the greatest number of I of the saloon of Marion- national convention. Friday evening; Otis Crandall of the St. Louis patrols. Other range patrols will t_ _ _ _

.. the bank before you have silver in subscribers in proportion to the en- gang music by '\'. C. T. U. quartet followed Federals, Ty Cobb of the Detroit no doubt take the above Ore for an ;

,..' 4 your hair." "State-Wide Prohibition" rolled strength of the W. C. T. U., and county. by diamond medal! contest. The example. {
Americans, Roger Hrennahan, man
Thursday morn 'ng's session
was the convention slogan and is it Florida won the banner again this was speakers were from Hillsborough\
t. full of good from the different ager Chicago Cuba and many othersare Soft tulle frills
reports and
called the roll of I open throatsare
the end and aim of the plans and work year. The president Levy, Manatee Marion and Suniter
departments ((10 minutes each). Pre- all ardent trapnhooters. I ecoming- the .
.( for the coming months. dry states, and 19 ladies dressed in I counties. The second speaker MissWebb very yonuj.Black i

I i f',. From, the homes of Florida one white, representing them came to the I sentation of white ribbon recruits. from Hradrntown, won the To provide an event ..Ion.." uniqueand I
Sunday school methods. Temperance interesting to the I velvet basques made
niillious of
hundred and and platform and formed a semi-circle I are to
\ i fifty delegates mem- medal. Her subject was, "A TerrililCrime.
about the president and remained Instruction in the Public schools. shooters and.l baseball l fans through 1 wear with skirts of silk or cloth.
bers besides the many visitors came !Music was (given by the M.
td Orlando and received a hearty wel- standing during her annual address. Anti-Narcotics. I nstitut ell. S tl.te 1 K. S. S. orehcstin. Presentation of oul the country, we have arranged .

, come. State president! Miss MinnieE. At the noon hour these 19 ladies, with Song Educating the Public. Purity bonnets to unions, superintendent, !.'.. with Chief (lender, !Harry '\,. Davis.Otis 1

E. Neal, of Jacksonville, called the their badges pinned across their I in art and literature. -Medioiil, 't'emperance. and districts. Piano duet Crandall and Blirlnty MatliewHOM -

t" convention to order Tuesday eveningat breasts with the name of their state Christian Citizenship. Hible ,- I.iikchiiul and Daytona extended mi to niiiki a tour of several of the

of dele- represented were photographed by C. ] Reading by Mrs. Armour, of Cn.; large MiddleVeHlein< and Eastern
7:30: with a goodly number ;invitation to entertain the convention I
E. Howard. this the delegates Thursday 2 p. m. Conference mi L. I' citik-s. t-'KlnK trapiiliootlng eiliiljlllnii
Each Following -
gates in their respective places. in lit! Hi. 'Die ,'on\'ntlOli closed with ,,
T. L. ,1
"' district president with her delegationof were given a dinner in the parlors I methods. The social department the W. ( T. U benediction.KVA -- The wl3g!; loute 1i ia being 11kv
((10 minutes each ) Flower :\li".IO'L' l
unions were seated together. On of the Presbyterian church by they I (I I. KASI'ON: Press Com. followed vd

a placard in large letters the counties unions of the district in which Orlando Red Letter Pay. Conference on Prize ---- --- :Nov; Slh Hlchniond. l ; ]Nov; 9th Baltimore -
Essay work. Twentieth Century I'a 10() CKNT "( /'SCAUKT'j-
is located. Mrs. Huxtablc, distri..tpresid.mt
they represented was suspended high ;Noloth;, rittsburg ; Nov.11
above their heads! Following the or- and Mrs. J. G. Man, of Or. geant. Adjournment. Thursday evening FOK i.i Milt AND (HAILS( ( Iidnnallov; : 13th Indianapolis;

, gan voluntary. Rev. J. B. I Ley, pastorof lando, were in charge. At 1:80:: the 750: Organ voluntary, devotional No\: 14 Hi :SI.; Louis; Nov.: 15th Kan- r
Rollins College gills glee 1
the Methodist church conducted delegates were given an autA ride by ,Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, nan City 1:0161h: Omaha) ; Nov. 17 \ 4
I Orlando Hoard of Tr club gave three selections as follows:
the de.Aboutfifty
k the devotional service. Miss Neal an- Biliousness Sour Stomach Had Dos Mollies, Nov 1 Minneapolis! ;
1. Pilgrims of the Night ; 2. The We.st ,
automobiles filled with W. C. T.
Dupontfor
nounced : "We are here to rejoice over Hrealh-Candy Cathartic.No !\O\: 1'Jlh Milwaukee; Nov. 20th
U. delegates headed by Miss Neal, Wind and the May; 'i. Song of a
the victories of the past and to plan I odds how bad your liver stomach Chicago ; ]Nov.; 21st Chicago; Nov.
Shepherd. At H a. m. an address l by Ducks
and S. S. Griffin
For state president, ,
the work of the future. thirty-
much headaches :22nd! Toledo Nov. 23rd Detroit Nov
Mrs. Mary Harris Armour of Macon, or bowels; how your ; ;
of committee.
one years this organization has never chairman the They Ga.. The offering for Wednesday andThurslay how miserable you are from 24th Syracuse; Nov. 25th New TIlE duck aenson't here. The
I fail to gather thus each year." Es- first visited portions of Orlando thena York are black with these t;
evenings amounted to constipation indigestion, biliousnessand City ; Nov. 27th BoMon.
of miles Winter over toothsome birds. There'splenty
pecial tribute to the president and tour twenty to game
Park passing through Maitland and 700. Solo, Mr. A. P. Curry. W. C. sluggish bowels-you always get! At each stop a match will be shot for all. Get voar (gun:
members wa given by Mayor Spury T. U. Benediction. Friday morning relief with Ca carets. They immediately against a team of local amateur ready I If your aim u true and
in behalf of the city. lie informed the Florida Sanitarium at Formosa. The load's
reading of minutes; methods of reach- cleanse and regulate the stomach shooters which are expected to be your dependable you'll get
president that the locks were open, afternoon session was largely given your share.SMOKELESS. f ?1.
ing the public; medal contests. The remove the sour, fermenting food exciting affairs and which the publicIs
miscellanebus business. The
and no keys were needed. Judge T. over to i
Press. Our Publications. Bible ''read and foul gases; take the excess bile Invited to witness. Word has been
Picton Warlow was the next one to state secretary gave an account of the I
from the liver and off the con received by each club which will
ing. Mrs. Mabel Quam Stevens of St. carry entertain I
J extend! greetings for Orlando. Rev. Loyal Temperance Legion, the workof SHOTGUN POWDERS
Petersburg our state evangelistic superintendent stipated waste matter and poison the visiting' ) ball players that ,
E. T. Poulson welcomed the W. C. T. the young people. A report by the Dweeat Hll.tlt.sit .
box from druggist will admission will\ be I ;
gave a splendid report. 10-cent your no charged to see
behalf of the churches state corresponding secretary was
U. delegates on liver and bowels clean them and that tba powdan that win. Bulk,or itinn :
keep shoot
Gainesville received praise for best your ; anyone desiring .
Miss Nellie J. -.ob haa
stating that every church was linked given, state treasurer, 1U good point and each baa
work in her department; she says stomach sweet and head clear for (o participate in the shooting may do tt. frivnda.Du 't
, in the closest bonds of loyalty and Doig being absent Mrs. Mary E. Foot Powdar* -ta. .........eSe0 '
love with each other. Chairman of Aultman, of Kissimmee was appointed Tampa is looking after the dumb ani- months. They work while you sleep. so. I' of AmsrioaD abootera, ... loadad in ,_
a indications atandard aballa or aold in bulk at 1
Early are that this trip your
I the board of education Mr. E. C. to fill the vacancy and she read -------- '
will be one of the big eventsof d..1.Yafro 1.
sporting
Howard spoke in behalf of the the financial statement. Then came for booklet.

schools. He paid a beautiful tributeto the demonstration by the children. .. I .. ., the year, and from coast to coast E.I.IIIII I < hat 1. N._"Gr.e.ay t

the women of the organization, Wednesday evening November 11, ': r'na great Interest In It Is appearant, and Wlhela.t.a. D.I__... .. 't'

especially our great leader, FrancesE. everyone rejoiced over the splendid .4 t t r extensive plans are being made in air a

Willard. In behalf of the Board of music. First on the program organ .' .

Trade Mr. C. P. )Dow spoke very I voluntary, followed the devotional. .... .... --... ... -... -... .... M... .... .
V. 11\1.
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Music the choir solo: "Na- Iio-
highly of the W. C. T. U., what it had by Baptist ;
of> .. .
'wrought in the commercial life of the tional Y. P. B. song by Miss Eliza s 8 '

l nation. The Civic League by Mrs Wright; the W. C. T. U. quartet gave r "

v A. L. Forde welcomed us royally. two selections. At 8 o'clock the na Notice to Citrus Growers " l

i\\\\ d\ Greetings from the press were read. tional lecturer, Mrs. Mary Harris Armour .' ',' I I

Last, but not least, carrfj the welcome of Macon Ga., gave the most

song by the local W. C. T. U. of Or- eloquent and convincing argumentever The Kissimmee Citrus Growers'; Association\ (affiliated with
.._- the Florida Citrus Exchange) have established a well equip-
lando. They announced their mem- delivered in Orange Co., urging ...
ped packing house having every facility for handling fruit SIn
bership to b* over one hundred mem the'Ie..tion to the legislature I from the best possible manner. Additional machinery has

bers. Mrs. A. A. Gould presentedMiss every county in Florida men who are been installed this season, and only experienced men will be

Neal- with a huge bouquet of in thorough sympathy with the fry emrngto1Z employed in the washing, polishing, grading and packing of .
'
all fruit handled.
roses as a token of love from the movement. Thursday morning came

union. The president responded in the sad news to the convention that .22's Have the Call !
.
Best service is and who
her Following this our state organizer, Mrs. 15. E., Fulton possible guaranteed growers are
pleasing ,
way. ; the rise of .*'l rinV-sliootinR to the level not members of this Association can have their fruit packedin
Miss Susie Magruder rendered a de- of Interlachen home on accountof WITH Uominnton-tMC; became the fastest this house in plain material or under their individual brand

lightful solo "I Love the U. S. her house being destroyed by fire. sport. and at very reasonable. prices, for which apply to the mana-
' world.
Responses to the addresses of The loss was so complete that the selling .22 ammunition in the ger at the packing !iJouse; .
A''I Whatever make of .42' rifle you shoot Romington-UMC.{
unions have decided to send her
come were delivered by Mrs. a
Cartridges; will give you better surer results than any other |
shower. The delegates and citizens of
Adkinson of Jacksonville Mrs. ; A
in the world.
fy Bowers of Dade City and Orlando were shocked to read in the
ltd
sher-I Go to the leading; dealer--the one who displays the -v/l,
DeGarmo of Cocoanut Grove. morning paper that Mrs. G. D. Wash-
.
Ball Mark of RemingtonI'MC.
Sunday school orchestra burn, one of. the district presidents hell tell. you what sportsmen think about these famous -

some excellent music after which an and Miss Emma Washburn, Fay Car- ridge.-.nd he II bow you thr Hrmington-rMC: .It d A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.

informal reception was extended to roll and linden McConn were arrested ..., Single Shut Slide-actiun and l Autoloading I i

the visitors in the church parlors; ice for larceny. Warrants sworn out in a claw, by thcmuflvea for "feel" easy operation .

cream and cake being" served. Wed- by George Carlton on the charge of sod coniuteot erformance. REMINGTONUMC The Waters & Carson
Sold by yoiyr horn d. a 1 r and 870
nesday morning Nov. 10th at 8:30: picking 20 oranges belonging to Jno. other I. a din i g merchanta in FloridaArmaUnion t

in the school the state Kendig a Philadelphia millionaire
Sunday room,
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Metallic C.rtrid, < officers superintendents, and the district who owns a grove near Sparr, northof w.:=r.-Butldmi (233( Broadwar) N.w York City s

presidents who constitute the executive Ocala. They were hurried to Mar- Grocery, Company

committee called a meeting ,
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plans for work in the future. 10 a. Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES

m. convention called to order by the ) 1 L. & N. RAILROAD --- SUPERIOR SERVICE 1 .
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state president. Miss Neal. Duringthe W
FLORIDA AND NORTH AND NORTHWESTSeveral
routine of business the
recording
fast trains, choice of scenic routes The
up-to- Louisville and Nashville makes direct connections -
secretary, Mrs. Mabel Perkins Dean date and comfortable equipment, accommodating at Chicago. Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis .

of DeLand, called the roll of executive agents and employees, makes the Louisville andNashville I for DurTalo, Denver Detroit, Kansas City Minneapolis -

committee. Appointment of committees Omaha, Pittsburg, St. Paul, Toledo and other
a favorite route between Florida and Western and Northwestern . 444444040o4444 44044004.44044000
points and carries i
credentials of-
courtesies
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press Western and Northwestern points. Steel coaches SOLID STEEL sleepers to Indianapolis. CLKVK-; 0 0 0 Oo
ficial papers membership and resolu- and sleepers; unexcelled dining car service. LAND and Grand Rapids on THK) SOUTHLAND.ST. WE SELL: 0) WE BUY: 0
tions followed and space will not allow 0 Co 4 0

us to give the names of our committees ..Oll'f iiMtKHiSouthbound '1'Hi: 501 'I HLA\n 111\11; FLr 1'11 > HAY 4 e' 0 w I
Northbound 12 "I inn" I., <-hl 10'nK<> Ar 7 4f. nu'' .ia.rthho"nd >ort hboiindr Co 0(0 HIDES O
or delegates who /Rave excel- 7.3.ri nni' ,Clnrtniuit, t I. I 12 lo ,
\ am' 1(1( 25.pm Lv Chli-air \ 7 ((13 nrn GRAIN 0 4 O
lent reports at this morning; session. 9.00 pm Lv St. Louts Ar 7:40: Bin b On HIM....!l.x liulnnnll AT 9. ("Ml par f. <:. a'", Lv lOv.lTIHVn 111, I.1ft :2fI. pit' 0 4 FURS 0 I.

ive minutes were given to each of 3 815 era I.v Ka...,h\lll'.. ., I.v S ("in pa i X\ran'('"'HIM.1111' I.v I.v LuuIs.III.In.II':';' .' ...II \A i ;1 9;':(0o' nu|:,:n:' II '. ."" ", I l.\ V.Mn iii, I.I.I., 4 fI.: .", KKltTII.IXKKS {. I 4

'the fourteen district presidents. Eva 15 pm' I.v Ill -hlll1l I.v 12,0 i pin tro 3jiii pm I.\ ", ,dl"I'II.|! | | Y uu pm I I 121"" 1 I.\ ( '11 tftinI.v "o.r, .\ 19 22 pm 4 I WOOL Aa
7 ("5 Lv
Montgomery Lv .
900( am ; xn pm.' Atlniil.i ., I.,' K i If > SIIl GI.ESI Co i .
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C. Easton president of the seventh, 7 fill Ar "
am kBonvlIle Lv 15) .
424..m. I.\ ]K."XIII". I.1U .\ I 1221 ,, 7 [ II.'u \ .la! ,K.M. '" ''II. I." x 9k, ,ern 0 Co o AND > 1
beautiful white silk ban 3iinii( l.\ JHIUHUIIIllr' At 7 :3n!<* I p" .
presented a poi i ,
] l">U |par Lv Alhintii' Lv71':1"1"! < OKAMK); BOXES c I O
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ner, with a motto printed in gilt let- .4.03" pm, Ar _laalmmei I L.V 2 13 i iSlrcpcrM pin _ft 45 am _trJa, k""It\ 11U* I., 2" 1'11I 4 k 11.-I fI"l A. KI'.lmn"| 'e Lv 2 13 I"n 0) 0 4o ALL O ... ''

tees "Work to Win," below which was open for occupancy 9 3d H"l".I."d"( soil Thu' stl.'" t ,."? p.r nun I.,.' ','' 11..1. ,,i .1 I until 7 ,M, .> 'ORA='iG E W.RA('S, 4 4 + --
t Southbound cum leave O..and.rlhholl.:; m.<1 rare leaJarKHon- .\. ,1. 0) < COUNTRY .1 a 4
ainted a handsome spray of yellow vlll<> Monda, and Thurnda>B. f
4 VEGETABLE; CRATES 0) O
amine also "W. C. T. U." printed in P. W. Borrow. N. W. I' A. L & N HR R. D. Pusey (i. P. A., L, & N UK. H It. UroIT A. L & N Hit "- 0) 4 II PRODUCE rO
Sal llarquette Bldg., Chicago. 111. .
ge type, to the Lakeland union forhiving Louisville i 709 McliK Hank III.h".lnl.llallllpolia 0) CRATE NAILS 0) +
F. D. Hush D. P. A., L A N RK., Ky. F k
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the largest gain in membership Union Central BldKCincinnati.. O. lilt 4 0) O i
H. C. Bretney F. P. A., L & N RR. 1025 Majcatlc 'DlilK l 1.1 roll. Mich I
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during the past A., L ft N RR J Zvinpkn. T. V. ,
year. afa rf T.lr.8r.; A. L & N Jill
wo invitations extended to N. : Saint L.oul.I Mo. Jacksonville\ Fla. 181.Hippodrome; ; : Bldg. Cleveland O.
were We sell field and garden iced of all kind i

.U, the {president for the district convention THREE fAST LIMITED TRAINS DAILY Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. .\",:, '
to be held next year Winter Haven )
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
and Bartow. Bartow will be ac- "THE: SOUTHLAND" "ST. LOUIS EXPRESS" "THE DIXIE FLYER" "
I> the' We are county agents for good fertilizer Ak: us for circular and prices 'v
eepUd have had
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; So great was the demand for those wonderful values in women's Cooler weather coming oti and we are 'Prepared to meet'the ;

E. = demands of the men folks well as the women. Our stock is cozn- "" '
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== sweaters which. we recently advertised that we were compelled to .==
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plete prices
our are
= order a new lot. They are here. Listen to these prices:
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; WOMEN'S ALL-WOOL SWEATERS in Red. Fishermen need, a suit .. i(3( | %y 0
$ 2 5 0 '
: == White and BrownWOMEN'S MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS, in brown and gray, heavy weight, attach
11 : ed end "Polo" collar extended neckband pearl but- \I
pointed ;
ART SILK SWEATERS made of Art Silk knit in close
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=- tons down on,shirt, sateen lined yoke; gathered back, wide lined : ,
Pattern, V-shape neck; Side pockets, detachable sash belt with cuffs; French faced sleeve with pearrbutton on facing; large ===:.;... "

tassel ends i in Copenhagen and Emerald flap pockets; wIde box plaited center, pearl :"
$ 3 9 8 $15 ;l .
== Green, Sizes 38 to 42 button trimmed ,..'+' ..' .

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Ovei5Qi? ) samples to select from and we take your measure ; 7
Scotch Woolen Mills Clothes szuorol1tee$1 0 0 '
lug a iifpto, your utmost sflh foctson. COAT AND PANTS, .

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BASSENGER DISTRICT OPPOSES fully lAuiii; ini'il I thr book*, and vouch-' d.Tful. harvest. We thank Ood for
I pl.! of II" In-ii'-iiKT of the :National: )' I I 1
,I work-0t i. Classified Advertisements "Ir.II #
BONDING OF COUNTY FOR ROADS 1'I' I I"iind llnil them, correct, I
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I and] that the nIH\l P iMiuMits" rorHTlly Ill-Ids. il

-- ( show the Iinanrlnl condition of T A.o..J>. A .. .A A. .. A. .&A. .A...... A. A A A. ....... ....'. ....A. .&.& &... ..A.A... A. A..A A. &. ..nn. . A. .
Nov. 15, 1915 will have all the good roads we arcble Ih- organization UK of September 25, BRYAN AND BEELZEBUB
To the Kissimmee Valley Gazette:; : to build In the next three or four 1 91\ fi. Editor Valley Gazette: FOR SALE-One pair Struble Com- completeily equipped for cruising.Will .
Please give us space In your paper years. I E F. PIKHCK, Auditor The Valley Gazette: marvels because' puting: Scales, absolutely new; nev- sell at very reasonable price. ;jh
of District 4th. We not able to and William Jennings er used; still in packing caie. Can See or write W. W Saunders 316
for this bond discussion regret being l \anslon. 111.. Oct. 4, 1915. "the Times-Union -
No.6. belp the good people of KlHslmnx-e The anllaaddrPKs\ of the National Bryan are standing side by sidein be seen at Osceola Hardware Store. Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf
I Cost will sell for G.
new $75 $60.
e BENJ. F. WALKER Secy.A and St. Cloud to build the Dixie HII.hway. President, Miss Anne A. Gordon, the fight upon President Wilson's ; d
II. Woodall. 48-2t DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M
Remember that "Charity always -I was HO full of IntereBt that we hesitated program for national preparedness'1 Tiller.
meeting was held by the votersof starts at home." what portion of it to select for i Marvel not, friend NURSERY TREES-Valencies. Parson -
District No. 5 at Bassenger Florida This resoultlon baa been read and our column. She said that, I Satan has to be right sometimes. Browns and Tangerines/ Rough FOB SALE-Small} Iron safe, at the

to discuss the bond question. adopted by the voters of District No. "Nineteen hundred sixteen: Is to be I Why not Florida's journalistic Beelzebub :; Lemon Sour and Grapefruit stock uazette office. --- .tf +yz.r,

After several speeches were heard 5. of Osceola county. a year of paramount Importance for -our dear old Times-Union. Trueit from Bassenger Hammock Nursery FOR RENT-Rooms, unfurnished, ,
It was decided to appoint a committee Signed: the cause which the Woman's Christian - may cast suspicion upon Mr. Bryan for sale cheap by Henry W. beautiful lake view, delightful "1 ?\
to take the matter and send W. W. CHANDLER, 'h'm. Union ; but he can stand it. Everythingelse 3'
up Temperance was organized Sm'th Wauchula, Fla., Route 2 neighborhood 121 Patrick:: St., close
resolutions to the Honorable Board B. F. WALKER Sec'y. to promote. It behooves the has been cast upon and at him. 403moWANTEDPlain in$5; per month. 46tf ,
of Commissioners and to the W. J. FRIPP..OOOOOOO .
k County temperance forces everywhere to be I
Kissimmee Valley Gazette. alert In seeing that temperance men 440000000'OOOOO sewing to do. FOR SALE-A ten-acre square tract
t We, tbe voters of District No. 5 are nominated In the primaries and 4 Please Call. Mrs. H. D. Geiger. of the finest quality citrus land,
held a meeting to consider this bond I tw.C.T.U.COLUMNII I elected to the state legislature and i I. ODD BITS OF NEWS 48-2tpd fenced; one and one-half miles from
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Issue and are all bitterly opposed to to Congress. We are many womenof I 4 a railroad station. For further par
......OO OOOOOOOO .OO FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway.
It. Our county Is out of debt and we wish we might give a full reportof many minds, but we are all of one I ticulars, inquire of H. W. Stearns
}//Minneapolis: Mlnn.-Wbite Earth, 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat;
want It to stay out. We are In favor the Fortysecond Annual Con- mind in our effort and enthusiasm Loughman, Florida. 47-tfy,
of each District voting for or against for National Constitutional Prohibition. Hear,'here, claims th" champion
e vention of the W. C. T. U. held In I
bond. for the Dixie Highway. De Seattle in October but as that Is Impossible While as a national organi- er'ol this state and perhaps of moth-I MarriagOld Mann School.Representative of Illinois, FOR RENT-Furnished flats. Apply k+ ,
Soto county, adjoining us, ha. voted zation are non-sectarian In tire country. Although Mrs. at the Oaiate office. tf
we can only give echoes of it we religion -
,who is advocate of
woman
LaChappelle in only 19 of age a strong -
years --
separately each district and that gives in future articles. We give a few and non-partisan In politic.; as
discussed, at dinner in
she has been the mother of nine suffrage a
satisfaction. We are not opposed Individual members of the W. FOR SALE-BARGAIN-8200 (
good brief gleanings from the Signalre- C. y. U. Chil-I Washington, the defeat of the suff- acres
drn. Her husband is 22
anything that la of good years fine pasture land at $3.12 .
to any porU. we represent all religious denominations rage bill in the house."I per acre.C.

to Osceola county Constantly were the delegates reminded and all political parties1.-;; We I Atlanta, Ga._When William H. am very sorry the bill was lost," W. Ward, Kissimmee, Fla. 47tf

} We are in favor of bonds for the that not only had the numberof thank all voters who at the ballot box Burden, 76 years old, 'advertised fora Representative Mann said, "because it FOR
f general improvement of the county increased to register their convictions of SALE OR TRADE Automobile
prohibition states Infavor bride, the ad. was answered by Miss is the best type of our women, those in
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i whereas" each District Is entitled to nineteen during the past year, but prohibitory:! laws, local county, state Lula Douglas Thompson 26 years old. women who do some useful work, who good condition. Can be seen at
: Its portion and not In favor of bond- also that notwithstanding the general -I and national. We glory In the challenge It is reported the grooms settled ask for equal suffrage. These are the Lupfer A Prather Garage 47tf 4 f

$ Ing the whole county for one or two financial depression In various sections -, of the Christian Endeavarers II $300,000 on the bride before the wedding women of the future. They chare FOR
districts. ? of the country, the National to the Goliath of the liquor traffic Burden has adult their husband's responsibilities and SALE-Three-room house and
A few of the many reasons why we Womans Christian Temperance Un-' "A Saloonless Nation in 1930" and I grandchildren.ceremony. burdens. They give marriage a new lot, $S50; twenty-five dollars euh"\Jl""' -
are opposed to bonding of District ion held It* membership gain of last: "A Saloonlesa World in 1930." .The I meaning." balance $10,00 per month. Thii 1 i

"' No. 6 to help"bull'd' the Dixie Highway year of over 20,000 and added to it smooth ''stone of the ballot from the I| Portland, Ore.-Is Doc Osier in the "Thanks to the suffragette," he con Jr beats' paying, rent J. .M. WUUon; '

; through the rth'end! of Os this year 29.711 more members. The sling of this young David who goes audience! Jeremiah Paulsell 99 tinued, "the bachelor's epigram on I

}1 ceola county are: W. O. T. U. year closed also with avery forth in the name of the Lord of I( years old, has Just applied for a license marriage is, fortunately, losing its LOST-BrasS 'alto horn. Return to I
1st. It Is eighty (80) miles from us satisfactory financial conditionof Hosts, will be sure of aim and will to hunt big game. "I don't take meaning." any member of the Kissimmee
and neither end of It points towards organization affaire, reports show- smite the giant Alcohol, that defies water from any young fellow," says I 'No, thank you, no marriage for Concert Band and receive small reward
;
.1 us and would never benefit us a par- ing large contributions to the Fran- the armies of the Lord. With a DavId Uncle Jere. I me,' said the bachelor late one night tt
ticle. ces E Willard Memorial Fund and on the battlefield and a "Daniel"at I at a banquet. 'What does it amountto

I 2nd. Our road to the court house the Lillian Stevens Campaign Fund, the polling booth the Christian I Mason City, la.-Thirty-two years T Just this: Woman marries to be FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and
la Is In bad condition and we will need and a creditable net profit for the Endeavorere are bound to be victor old and married five times is the record kept in kowns, and man-to be kept wagon, one 2 cy. Buick In good 1
all the money we can get to put on official papers and the Publishing de ious. of Ethel Wickes-Noble-Pump- indoors'." condition/good tires; must sell or

f U it, as It Is practically Impassable for partment.The In this mighty onward march of I Jurdy-Hughes, who is under arrest Awkward Sltu:tion. trade Box ill.at once.Kissimmee.A. M. Jones P,Tt O.* '
:an automobile from three to five long and Interesting financial prohibition the Woman's Christian for bigamy.
"For.two dollars I will for foretell
months In the year. statement we omit only giving the I FOR RENT-Six room modem cot-
;. ", Temperance Union, since Its organi- .d
The old, reliable mink is, of course, your future.
3rd. We believe that CommlllsionerWalker' final summing I I I tage, dose in; $12 per month. E.
up. zation In 1874, has been
a leading to the forefront fitch, squirrel skunk "Are genuine soothsayer?" E.
1 | ; you a Wells, Real Estate and Insur
Idea about road buildIng . .
National $57,010.58 $44,953.42U.S. I
factor. This Is due to our society's "
j "I am. ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn).
Is a good one and all/we will be and Y.C. 27741.83 25,459.17Literature perfect machinery, wonderful unity, I I "Then you ought to know that I
i able to do for the next few years. . 27,499.01 24,187.87Bal. unparalleled devotion and to Its heroic I conspicuous haven't got two dollars."\ STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send 2M
This Is his Idea: Put up a good grade Nat. Acct 17,650.94 hard work along educational for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. tf
and plant Bermuda grass(on it to scientific, economic: social and spiritual -j filigree effects are featured on manyof The short skirt should reach just at Peach 10 to, plum 16 pear and cherry tree
-- keep it from washing away and we $112.251.40 112251.40 lines. This seed sowing has re- the new coat suits and frocks. below the boot top. E. Chattanooga cents each.Tenn.John Lightfoot 48-tf- t tti

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