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 26, 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: VID00726
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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L SAN ORRIS.'a . .f." :: .:::OENS' TAIL : :{' )11\D\ PROM) 1905 TO 1915 :PLA NNAPPEA R8'. r 1

}4 . '. . ALL OODS,i'TO :BEAR :ASSOCIATION .j fr :
J ,' ,STAMP: AND iTO'; BE/ IN. ; .
:INSPECTED ; ''SPECTED 'BIT M."' D. ALEXAN.' I .4 SESSION' /: > onMsswnMMeMn esB \ *l 4r TO otBESt
'-DER-SHIPPING'DAYS, TO BE T '
, . .. " ., MONDAYS;, WEDNESDAYS,AND ... ' . .,. _"; Figures Just;M de'\Publk'\'By\ \ ;; Commissioner'of, Agriculture : r '
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.. .. \ ". " .. '. " .. ..;- ,, ,McRae 'stiO 'a'' Population; (;Almost 11,000; I In County;. . ,.I". .. ) ., ... ."'- Nr

":- -KISSIMMEE, ,:COMMITTEE' ROYAL- l _, ,CIVIL ,CASES OCCUPY ;:TIME J OF ;Jf'As"'Againslipnly)3.622'). !In :.1905-Percentage. to DISAGREEMENTOFVARIOUSEC-. &T

ip. 'It, ENTERTAINED. UP6N"' (DC. 1'ruek grower who are members of TERM UNTIL TODAY" WHEN', IT Gain :In* fiver Years from 1910.to.1915 Was. .. TIONS:OF COUrTTT,MAKES'' GEN*=>\ !WERAL .

,; | v' ''CASIONOF\VlSlTjTHEU..Ww.. the.. KissimmeeProduce Growers v or- WAS'PWNED'' TO 'BEGIN/.THE ',,' ; .BONDWC AFPAREIfTLTMfe- '''f i:
" 'ganlxatlon yo adopted new shipping S.98.6, Which ",Was Third,':GreaUst Gain In, .* ex.
''Sit* 'NESDAYFACTS" ABOUT WORK ( TRIAL OFTHE:JOHN PADGETT I IMPOSSIBLE BUT. iDISTRICTSfe "l.' ,"
: plant,which took effect( this week. i : andiD' Count ; :0:
I.. .INTEREST!;LOCAL,"PEOPLEkiN: '.j Every crate of vegetables of,straw .CASE; WHICH ATTRACTS'. MUCH )Stole;;'Only SLLuiie..: d e COULD BE SATISFIED "SEPV': ; < '
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THE PART .', berries, shipped by ,the '(rowers will ATTENTION. 'fir .r .;. Showing Greater Percentage ARATELY. v: <

t : bear the,stamp of the organization together \1 of Growth : fc.A'

\ : iElERt"lf: u': VISITED "with;(growers the grower's may also number.use their: Individual GRAND JURY l IS,' ACTIVE . . I BRICK V'S, SAND' iall .

; Oceola ee . ,
ji, private brand if they wish to' do so. sty 14 tae state la. percentage of: popvlatioa gained. la tae ('::' I,4 'Ii. t'
t" Every package will be inspected by -t ten yean frost 1905 t*> If IS, accents* to tae. fgaros fast .... ,.bBe by: ,W. .
; oJ. v LUNCHEON GIVEN BY SANFORD M. D..'Alexander, vice-president': oftketorganization NUMBER .OF WITNESSES. CALLED A. McRae, coawissioaor otoigHcaltaro ., Florida:" :Im that period tit. ''pop*. .CLOUD PEOPLED DEMAND ''V'ST dye
:.i>t't' COMMERCIALS CLUB AND i who. was named as, I INDICATES'THAT BODY'' IS latiea of'Osceola. county increased edy,3,622'te10,936: a ,.'of 201 SAND-OIlv, KISSIMMEE; ; IS' FAVORABLE -, -

1. .:,, f* u t:: .,MANY' SPEECHES MADE BY market man and Inspector. Shipments I DELVING INTO A -NUMBEIC'OFMATTERS .... q.t. St. .Lade coaaty witfc 1845 per'cent. Lee c"'f:7.wWa: 121L5 parcoat I I TO. BRICK.:,.WHILEBAS8ENCER '* i.,.
s .: ..:,PROMINENTCITIZENS, TWO will be mad. on Mondays, Wednesdays I I : THREE INDICT .ad.Dade coaaty: witk IOU win Nit ia Ea."fee tke. ...-:rear period. DISTRICT BE::: : ,, .. 0 "Ip f
'.A-JI '1 TOIt MENTS RETURNED AND NO LIEVES THAT:: >SECTIONS: '::t :.
?CITIES-TRIP EXPECTED: and"Fridays between the hours ',Fur' the ive-yearpeefindho1910'toV 1 15,V according tke stateceasas !, -
RESULT 'IN:NEW ENTHUSIASM oA 2 and 5'.p. m. Mr. Alexander will TRUE BILL FOUND' IN. TWO jut cos-piled: :Osceola,;aulatsiaed. ker tame' speed.,of-end with a WHICH. -.ARE BENEFITED.' '' . 1 ,

o i tL It I,. } FOR THE BULKHEADING OF be at the express office during the OTHER CASES BROUGHT BE percentage of 98.6, iacreasiag from:5, 07..to:10, J6 ia:tfcat tiaae.,:,,:;Fer this I ;SHOULD BE ONES TQ PAY'FOR. '' ,R r, ... ,
'LAKE TOHOPEXAUGA hours named and will that FORE IT. .. BUILDING'O9ROADS; ) ." :t4 ;y,
the
,,; f- see every period ceaaf:7': .. laird.aiaeag tke ,cee.tie..f' tie state Ia poretap '.I ,t.
r package ls properly packed and -of of grewta. 5t; "'de'c.oti' :was first with 111.1'' .r'ce.t while Dade '" ": .,
''i > p ,. ..countywas'secoad T t f.
,/''H sAnford'.. people are the "..It off the'.right'grade. Mr. Alexander will The fall term of the Circuit Court witk a percentage of 10S.& I.J",Witti8t...G7ovfi'unaltenblyfa fiT .
earth.1:* In and for-0sceola county opened.on . Tar of not&ng but"ultd-.il.pr wind-: j
.11.y'.ltb., also keep the membersposted upon la eaca iastaaco Qseeola .eouatv sei fir as grwtk, !G ceacenied i s placed tY
.4 ,.: :They Txlleve In taking the strangerE market conditions in the various buy. Tuesday morning with Judg.-James k a"class with the, f ar-f assed East Cast, wkick kas bean Mart..exteaMrvtly asphalt roads,;with"'lUsslmmee-and. ; i

\; Inland' nuking trim feel at home.'This ing' centers. The organization has W. Perkins of DeLand, on the bench.' a trerti,ed tkam. aay 'sectioa of,the stab" Tke sans perceatefe of growth Ia this,section -of .Osceola Bounty appar'
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k "' 'r, l fact forcibly OnWednesday Judge Joseph H. Jones, of Orlando. ently just as .ftrm: in its determlna- '
was proven .
decided upon an elaborate box end UM next ive yean world saea* a pep atiosi of 21,7 If !. If 2latfosi and a pep . '
31j '1 j t when. a / delegation of stencil which will be used In marking .tate'a attorney was on hand to- look of 32.f 17 i Ia IfZS.TkU .,' r dons for brick "road' *':,.'and with' \tho' ,. d,: '

; \boar of trade members and promi-! all packages. For the time beingneat after the .state's Interests in criminal > gnat enwdr''OieeeIa' comnty Ma, that prated'of..has beea Damage district':,on'oecord'a"'t

,' ,A nent dtlcora motored to Jhe "celery. pute..re. being' ailed untilthe cases, while Court Stenographer C. E. largerfae(. .. the e; .t..."'advertiaiaf tke covaty: ... received tkroagk J ten* arfyrt! bonding, v prop altl -"m leer the, ",S '. "'
'. ,,'Tclty.* *. toview I the work on the' newJako design can be made for the stencil. McCrory of DeLand, was .present tore'... out ky the cooatj'eoaoaUdoaon and ... beard of.trade of KissisB* sections 'benefited' by. tho hord-surfac-'i'''
>? f i. bulkhead there. In the party Members of the organization ..renoW' with all his pencils sharpened and- afresh BOO sad St Cloadr. a largo part of which consisted of, aewspapen priand ia ed roads. pay the ,expense ,Of-build+;;:' 4 fit I
4 '. whteh' made the Congrossman supply of note books Ing,.It seems .that,.,movement or'a',;.' .v": .''" f'
'" ; trip were: shipping" eggplant, okra and pepS I tko two cities..wbicwere: paid for' kyltW.eoaatf; e.a..t, f :
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"' and Mrs. W. J. Sears their The court settled down to business general, unty bond laau.\hia.1m- ,. tf+ L
1/>, son pera :.Eggplant has been bringing to ...... interested ia Florida.. t ronA.te.padaoa" :- ....) :\ -> a
e' Joe, Mr. and Mrs. H. c, Stanford. Mr. from 8.00 to $4.00 a crate; okra from with a large number of attorneyspresents the tables faraiskod bp'th. coaudssioaer of Agrfcattareskowt possibilityb
11..nd' Mrs.,D..G. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. The civil Docket was; taken "
: 13.00.to' $4.00 a crate, and peppers that Ia 1905 tkoro were only two coaaties the state with .less popalatioa -
Kr. C,' Bryan, J. W. Thompson R, T.ntler froro $S.OO to $3.60 per crate. These up first and cases immediately set for tkaa Osceola county: ;bit ia'If 1 5 tker* were twenty counties which .had a regretted,' but since it does exist tbero.; ,' r

' '. It M. Kate. John M. Lee; Joe P eM;are encouraging to the grow. trial. Most of the present week was ............._ of ........... Ia'etber ........' Osceolajcooar/: .la tea"yean. is a;plan"opento: ,, th.'good' radien.: : ."
: :(:,. Toh'nston J..J. Griffin: MePb 'u.r, ers. taken up'with the trial of civil case cCssbed ia posWioaput dgkteea' other bounties.: ',.. thutlasts :w ilch may ,be,adopted>and '
sex A big of strawb.rrieehaebe'.i received also tide week skewing ,,. population of.JUssiav
r. ion 'Jr and HvdsonJBaps.. .: acreage interested :AfteranafteroeOd"xtice'ss" i'I F1g.res wen :the iUoa ,.
, by parties. ; propo TbatlpUn ti"es'toadj'
t ; : ; -f .
n >lantedilbyl the. ."'aaa St.doad.>tko priadpal itie 'of Thbi'6gons'sr."k1follows /
' : r j theimembersvof lb..c..rt1J; "- *" --- "
V Leaving hero shortly after ft oclock|: organizationrandN shipments"of 'strawberr'es' for"Thanlcs'glvtfigDay ': .' district bonding pta'i.-/ : ,
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the ;party 'ws. 'net' by' a receptlm7fconunlttee the court opened this1norningto" ; The" 'roads "to' Cloud 'and+ to the ,
. ''y'- ,, will begin about December 1.0$ lflO' JflS : gt; ,
the Commercial begin the trial of. ,/otfc Padgett, 3). / PoDc county'.line ire. ,,the on.ies." '
' :vy of Sanford ; ', *' S
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1st theft Ktssbaa' eo _...: ___..-..- .1530 .215? ,4221 -
[ ..Club at Elder Springs .om.'aix miles charged with the of a domestic ., pedaUydeiirel by'Kiadmme.people
if,, : i'
ai + y ifout; 'of SanfordAs the cars rolled Vice-president Alexander, who was, animal from.'the. Carson',C3atUe'company. . ? .St Goad _*-- LuIi..JJ ;*W, ..i.l' .V'- "--\ !.2079Ciaminioser '," and'ndd.nte''la' this, section .of,;the:,
>
%,, of ArIcaItare.llclt' :. in sendlnr tkwe Sfore* SL >t
1 ,' Chairman of,the committee appointedto says
, : up the pai y was greeted by: ,the com ; 'Tkicase'attractedtoonslderi' county 'would II. 'almost wholly ia, '
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investigate'the advisability of joinIng Cloud..ippareatly: did aot exist oitker .ia IfOS or If 10, as ao reference is .... '
_mitteo and divided'up so that a num able attention' 'th.2)'aat..term/ 'of the first and/second
mmluiO(1enl1 !
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: y' b.rdof.visitors was'allotted to each-of; the .Florida, Marketing and Distributing -, covert,: 'resulted,In aTmtstriaL; to it oitker. ia tke state or U/S.; CeasiU.' The above .;guru.aay"ke sKfktiv' d trIth..two' districts could .
Bureau made bls ,t1 changed coaipOatioa of Osceola coamty: is set yet complete. ? r..
;report as '
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the : On the la 1(1..xPeeted; that'th'ceewUI'oe; bemade lnto'one'road'dlatrlet ''
\ SanfoTl.aiitomobOes.'t It Is
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". 'the meeting of the truck'growers endit'wae.decided'to : I ><*>eordjaf to these igarot Kissimmee has. gaiaod, 17SA per cent la popa. '. . '.I.. ;,'" ,
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It %pelaof.the'catsof tho.reception, committee cupy.. th.time', : of the ;;court: for 'a IIkely.that.h., .. voters tAereln'wonW: .4..,0bo -'
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UW4 that 2811. For the
tke increase ia being ivyarpa1.d
postpone action 'in* .tea yean, period -I
"Kiss of
wore adgesb which read greater part ;,next'weep; % vote the n :
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the .lacrtsW was 2464, a perceatago f or that time.el M.7;, /
deflnltelyy d'j' '
1815. Sim rand''JUI7' building of
;pelf"Santord. Nepr. 24th The .- 'j'mpanneled by 'f
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.. ar.badges wen pinned to, th.'-'eoatl ( Judge' Perkins Is 'composed>fv the fol I :f" : -,>', - . ..;yf Continued<< ,on'page'; 11). ". f whose people { f 7t :' ,

of oachtfof the Kissimmee party.The ClfAUTAUQUA LEADERS lowing'men:,'; .!'W,'.Miller;.foreman : .'- Ing tbat.there'wil1! be'a.,..nd..pba1t'r' ,
4 (
", I\t'r tetol.the w : *badges'created. no,small James Durrance, G. F. Chandler, "1: $$25 :O O.cAnLEmFORMED! ;' ;!:t : ; road from Kissimmee through ..St., t. cc '

'amusement on,, the streets ASSOCIAT'NAt R Donegan L.S. Johnson, Lou Sea. . Cloud to'.theBrevard'eonntyline, or -
. f" 'v >J ofSaeford, ; when, .'party..arrived.V ORGANIZE m.n. ,B. IL Guy, A..C.. Chapman, F. ' : there will.: be no'tIonfl'I1I., ,'can:have. '.'., ,;.
;:-A'lpon.! arrival in Sanford the party *- B D. Paul, C. Rothrock, M. J. Crowd.r.Panl.1 , BOYS OUT LESLEY & BASS :EIRM their own L.}!wayitt: ,the matter for this $ "' rG

1w.< : . .. escorted to the n'.lak.front the close of the Thanksgivingservice Propper G. B. Woodall J. H. '\. ; .;i" <, road.from St..C1o.t oa lies,wholly ia \. .+ t
' 1 ,'-bulkhead by the ''cor mlttee.: headed by last night the temporary Walker W. O. Thomas R. D. Prig- the ,third commissioners .:'district, <. .' .r,.J ); '

..F l.?,J..>t sFy'WrMalwnoy; presldont. ,. and C. R. chautauqua association was made gars W. W. Chandler and B. R. Gar- With a capital Mock of $260ooO i ; large,financial' Interests of,.tll. ... ..tem which might I(vote'.bonds of 'lUvowar-) M. ., .

i4r w ga Walker\ secretary/and treasurer of permanent by the election of D. G. rett. The grand ..jury ban been busy 6sceola Cattle Company haa.been organised states- ;. .* and butld'wbatev.r'.ortof, ,road it* '

i c .rj the Seminole Dredging 'company, Wagner, president; Prof. R. M. Evans all week and by the number of witnesses .with Kissimmee.( aa its bead- .Colnciden. with the advertisementof voter' approved:.;Since,.the: Bassenger" ..> '
: {t ',which'Is! : .filling in behind the' bulk- ] vice-president Dr. W. B. With- called: evidently 'has a .large 'cbarterl'com.) the announcement :district .has'/v'gone: onrecord'' '.>1i:
r {
: charter of
The the
: t he d. Jle..... Walker and Mahoney erspoon, secretary, and W. H. Jones, I number of cases before.it. Three indictments quarten. new that the"n.w'company has'pur against, the county,as.a'.whole'votingbond ;
'' i 4't'',, 'and others of the party'went Into de- .reasurer. AS heralded by the Valley have already been retqrn- company: is printed on another'pagoof chased all of the cattle owned byE; to build hard-surfaced roads in i W

,' ...'.'. all.. to'iexplaln.; the dredging; work, Gazette arrangements are being' made ed and In.two ease no true bills'way thU("issue of the .Valley Gastter L. Lesley,and W. C. Bass, ..ld'tQ be this.,section;;of the'Fcountyrlt"eoWd' ;, '

,1 and the"manner of building the bulk. for 'a program of a very high' order reported. Two' persons,Indicted have The Incorporators of" the "new com in ,the neighborhood of 10.000;h ad.. bond itaf''own;' section,'vbuild/wha/ .-.; .
to..headJ '"The Kissimmee party.was intensely February 9-12, 1916. It is hoped that not yet been arrested." 'Tho. they, Put and their official positions areas Although DOM of:the parties to'the ev.rroads"It'ksired." : : ;'v' '; *; }. .'"T*a . F

',rt 4 fi ,flntereiUd! in.the work and Jiese-offlcers will press the work not J. L. Pierce, is held to answer a statut follows:. P. K...Weaver, president; deal,would give out any.details of, the 'This district, trending'' ,propositlo.; :
' .i "' .k.d.many';questions.Jf'/ only to ample support of this pro tory'charge. "s. D;;.G. Wagner,:vice-president, and G. dale f t .Is said .that .the cattle Vere; h.'betft: :' opted ,In' many! counties,-'i1'. & ,

A4\, .r> % "'nlkheadlng.fn.Sanford.was: fi*. gram, but an organization will be The civil -cases disposed. .df'iroy. as P.'.' Garrett, 'aecretary' and treasurer. purchased'at a lump. price of .f 15, a wbtire' tb.'people Iq 'various.,section, ,,' ,

("*; :n .Deed' by :a bond Issno which Is tobe'npald.byKth.'esees.ment I put in order for perpetual operationfor follows: The ,new-company: is,said; to..represent, bead; d1 acre dupon'tbe-matter"ofbuIld; :tIng F'v:: r("
Jtfc3 :,: : ; of the the promotion of this line of work 'Rosa B. TIndali; l vs. George W. IlL ... roads' and,has been.found'to works* :;\1, 1H
+,'t property, wnenrat the rate of $24<< for the benefit of our people. Such Tucker, attachment' proceedings; called successfully. '' ',' V I ''- '" ,. ,

'-&;:f rant.'iooti Tho,.property{owners things. can be overestimated.in their for trial but'compromised. KISSIMMEE?ASKS, WILSON TO The Valley ..Gasetto': claims nrf orlg-: ;oIf' "' J; ''+ I,
4 are given the option of paying the as- yalue for the upbuilding of the better J. C. Kirkwood. vs. D< G. Perry inalityla'this'suggestion; for'ltJiha, '.Q' 1L ,
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.. !' :so..ment land'takiog.th.1 /reclaimed interest of the community. Every slander, damages. ,$2O, OO. set for. trial been';;talked .''frequently; and -was. nen.. .r {

:land: ,with; ;;tho 'exception-\ ;ja drive- .Body: 'should. 'lend a.helping- hand. next Thursday suggested' : the. resolutions, ,.passedbytheBassenger ;. 'ty; / t tire.::
. It, 1 way'adjoinlJig'vthe. bulkhead/'o'j.J pay J. lVBronwnvs. H. T. BassC;: C. CALL fEACECONFEflENCE[ : p.opiaJ4 :'It'.eem.j, t..t c +f\ \

J Inglnothlng) and ,allowing the prop- WILD TURKEYCAUGHT: Bass and ,Ordia Baas, damages:tried I U '. ., ... .. .... rthat.t e'-peo"pli who '..lttrupt:: ::7the .. . <:'J.1't't't'fair
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*jatf; ,:reclaimed to go, to tb. dtf.'Kv- and verdict rendered' for' ;plaintiff in, ,d' .. )J 5\f\' \J, . ;? ., : benefit* of the good toads/should" air "1-\:...,: S ..

') .ry(property: ''Downer has elected t to : the sum of>6O.) " !i aId .:W: od \,ifiilsoa: 'today y kind over: held> ...Kissimmee; ,Members pay::-that cost;'of.,,building henV}) J"J'
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at take the l land/and pay the assessment.The | IN CjTtjHIT;; DIES T. B. Crow y.... H. T. Thurman. received telegram from'Kissimmee ... *',*falr ''that' tho: poopto,, throi oah11-
; of all the churches took and
:>wi> h.. bulkhe d.Uaomo; ;;: :;;2000; fettalength'.extending ': '\ '|2COOi damages,. referred to <3, F. asking that" be'' call ;:>.convention of part ....bo..fanl .r7 jtbo'road*,-w*';pass*,. .4

J :?' alongthi; :]a.lakefront Mrs E.' ."'Tltmaa'Qii; ; eDton Har* Kribbs" ':aa'referee.. ..-> <114' neutral, nations Irt .thV"Interest .of each':of thepastorswas i 'assigned should ,have,.the .:'rightjto. aay:.wham. ,';;,
%, ,v:. .,. (ContinuedonY.M.C.A. 'Jn.'-1'! ._ .R bor'JH b..twho: spends ,h.rr winters 'p: R.;'$asi vs. Ordla Bass,'Rull Baas world pace.' This telegram-.was*the sbme; >special'"post in the. service*:: kind of road they.deaIrai',Wo. roailooj;
and Clyde Bass, damages < Those, who ,took part wee 'Bey' 8.W that If,iSt: Cbad'ir firm lat vtagalnst.anydndof '
.:, 1j r T. I" hero at her .winter;home,Aderjbold $3&O0ease result of the-anion Thanksgiving" services : *;stand. '
1 I street" captured.;.AV wild turkey' near pane l pending settlemenL'p' held at .the Methodist J church) ;Lawlari;: pastor,of tbo 'Methodistchurch4'Rer. ; ;; Voad. boti'sand-, ,.g -
; YEMENI; ': J; : her:: residence a few'days .ago.yr The W..StuU: ps1L,T.BaU: Columbus last 'bleb& 'The .message.was. as fol3C ; .,Al:. M., ChlsbolmChrfs- oil nor; sand.:aspbalt,;that( lt,"r\uM /It.> 'j i
bird;'r.flew. {info ;u..,.telephone....wlfosaeroea. l Bass and R .D; Waring. (800 dam lows. ? 4'"TovJVoodrowtWils *j Uan{ Rev.: W., B. Wltherspoon,'Presbyieriaa lmposdbl.'b'.eirrj.w( ', ;'bond, electaw3;
;Jay VflRGAHiZED'iJBIIYMaple '. th.street from her homo..andapparently' ages,:referred to a/'Kribbs'. :, aa ref., ; rPresident ,of ; Rev. J Jn:, Farmer,:,Baptist covering the;whole county'If. tliiit| ,:f* ''
4 : "CO '" ,&+'1'"!;;t j d..:;" ; and Rer.A;J.;Holt, pastor of the 'made read *
eree to for.brlek'roada.i"'k'
; : was .
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wounded '
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f" tlan:'AisocIationV.was. visitor. ia.KJa' ,bird an4'pl'cedivina.: +eige.; :' ''It x', !...: :agweU-knowachar. ,: I' !A, largo'and; representative ',con- Methodist? ;: ..eboi'I". _: . n'"Dr. would'be'. impossible' \/or,a:.bond..elee,7: ', ,'.''". "
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t > almmeo thlrwe While'' here;I Mr? refused' to ,eat:jconci and;.other', grain Holt's 'Thanksglvintfsermon i carry specified ;aandaaphalC "
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.. ''as wars yG-Wagner, chalr'man] ; juries or,from confinement' died::1 with.Mrund ; exit.'iif jpM cHy'brHiR.>''Dole, ': W4Wlthirtpoon'elaiitman. ; :: I ,,!"; i. I I 'first. American tins eftb0 roporitiq' ,'.0;, _I, ,J l, ..."rf f .: S "

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.. five yards and over. Curry kicked ADVERTISED LETTERS f ,,. '. f''' I. ..a,0'' \

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.. kicked to Kissimmeo, who Advertlved list for. the .two 'weeks I it"\iadi \ .; '

: Oliver'sSuitatorium' I fumbled but recovered and then made IS BEING HELD HERE BY COURT DECISIU'NMarion ending, Dec. 6,. '1915: jApplebee / ,, 1.
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fifteen yards. A forward pass was Frank; Chastain, W. S.; I

mussed up and two attempts at the Daniels Mrs.' Laura; Franch L. P.;

.,; line failed forcing Kissimmee to kick. Teachers of the public schools of Carson Oaceola county Fri ble. S. A.; Hallock Mrs. Jennie I BEAMS

: Plant City failed to make' the required Osceota county were gathered in Kissimniee game warden, along with game war C.; Haul!, Miss Laura; Hay Mrs Liz

ll t I. ten yards and Curry punted The ball today for th(!. institute ar- dens in every county in the state is zie; Hendricks, Thomas; Jonsson CHANNELS

I see-suwed) during the rest of the quarter ran /:'ed by C.O;. Yowell, county superintendent out of a job as a result of the decision Olaf; Kelso, J. C.; Long: Will ; ANGLES

f Score: Plant City"7, Kissimmee The seBBions of the institute of the Supreme court of the ey B. G.; Merton, T. C.; Marrs, Mack-I;

Royal 10 were held at the Osceola Hifh-( state in a case appealed from Duval Penn G W.;; Peters J. G; and All Shapet.'

Tailored Quarter opened with ball in posscsHion School auditorium befrmnin thin county Herman; Smith, Miss Daisy; White --" TRUSS

I of Kissimmve. Tijrers he-Id and moinmi!; ut !t ::80 o'clock The program An opinion prepared by Justice Nelson R; Walker, Mrs. Mercedes RODS

,. Clothes HiRHimniee punted to Coker, who returned fen' the day was as followsIn01 Whitfield and filed in the Supreme I B. B. Simpson, '

.. I twc'nt.v yards Spiitkmun took 'ation, Hr A. .J. Holt/ Court sustains the feature of the Postmaster STAY

!Music, ', !Mie 'h Sc he>ol Orp'iestrnAddress I BOLTS
ton throuirh! line and ]Merlin we-nt ( Kamilaw pas. Heel by the )legislature:

twelve' for a touchdown Curry kicked :Stipt; I'. K YowellI'limaiv !. .it its 191r! !> session, relating t<> huntinj I A California woman has invented IRONWORK

an e'II s\ goal. Ke-adinir and Numb ( Incuses It eonsideis! untonstitutional a mop for washing dishes without of All Kinds. 'I:
Cleaning Pressing Work, Miss Knima Yow..II. Kissimnie'e wteting the hands. ,
Me'rrin kiikc'd to KlsMmmee', who tinfiatuips. tif the law le

Dyeing andRepairing 'ietuined I tin j.ud, Koike.). made a school ( A cla, s of primal'\ inuring a specified Ipnirlh: of rl'sld"'H'.1 BOILERPLATE t

1"(1)' tackle ami Clintons) eaujrlil aKissiminee clnldiin. was pieseMit te) illustiatcvoik in ....lInti'.... before the applicant. may During the pust year there were 'A

pass' Plant ( ",it\ could not done', ill these* subjects ) sieuie1 a IH'I,use" and aKo considers 5*>:J women studying medicine in the .'

I 1 ) led bMiss! Iris Oli\'..,.. United States
-U'-MOII TANKSTEEL
makedi-tame amh was fnicid to IJMC' 'onvtituticiiial the pen'I ion of the ./ .

''pllllt. Poker leiinrd. thekii k and,, 1-1:; (C'loud'( h'40I.' | law HteinptiMK to ctc.itc- the oflice of ;

S, 'houl, M lanal.It1."I. 1'iin, K :Mllul ' =f- I STRUCTURAL
l.fid thlilv.uds In foil I I.II"g ,down I imintirnnii' \\arelen 1 he* couit, clcc Kighty per cent the te-acheit. inthe'

We Clean ,id, :Mciiin' in.nli. twciit\ YII.d"I. Hu [ s SI| ( Icilicl "h"ol., .ulc's., that til/1 poitieirts' of the1 law public' schools of the Uniteil '

Rugs and Carpets ( funil le when tinkled, ] too had, I,' II''"'''' Sinn llfcl ll\. I'm). .1'. I) ]Mile" 1 ,.....hd.I.d] IIMI'ini"-t ,it ulm'"t.il iln not Stifles an1 womc'n I FIRE )"

linn nut fin :Mi,.i i in 'lln half.end I \\ hitlii, .i i,11"01. \itiite' the' .genital art itself, which is
ESCAPES
.lid 1 lant < "its 11 Kissimniii' II.I I I '1 11 he' chocil" a < .-"t"1 of ("ommiimt\' held to lie* \altd and enfoie'e'ableAceoiclini Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.

( oker (;CMS (ill Harris for I eiue..hdov. 11.1 III"t., t Mi-- S'al'' 1''I islej., I Fillll"y ; to the' ..opinion the.re can The worM i a..... no matter ol how long Htnndini" HARD /

I "Ki -iiiiini.i. leiciM-d, and' ] 1 Frtc"oll i J't,, clic.ol. he no count. iraine w.inlens. whichK.IM / nrr 1'ortcr direct Anllnriitli.l.v Ilir I wonclrrlul.Urging old rrli.lilIr WOODS. i
Phone 61 In' ,i.,,, 1\| l\ Mi,' .1. II. Sti'f I'uiu: anil HruU llic I.1. It rrllrvn I (\. '
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t. "it pi ill k\ lilt Ii' pi'ni'Id I : ll idTinii ) h"Iff i and\ his deputies, In this ease* i -
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II \/.1./ I \1'I O'\CI': ; :. "II1IIIII' i r.lllid lo lll.lkl d, I I.Hlii .U.il THANKFUL FOR
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"'. I IVllh \ I ( 11" 'i,.i I 1''. e.it 'Dl) .let ll itlil "lll\ '"ii i f.\ i i ii THE SAVING 1 -- '
.Mild' -'I'| II I ,111, ,III Ml,." ,ti ,. ..d '', HABIT .
\ a i iceend, "if t ,, .irinii'wm' ';. t. C'tl t I ll d I \1) ,oil, a i .1". I I", ::1 1 i Ii. sum' -Io".h| I."d| (':ii h hiisic !DJ .

""etll"'"' tied: and thiee I lost I. the- < isee'ol.i I loin Ii, I. .v ( ..IMS' 1'.111..1 .il /-t".d, ,,,>t "lit. eh.ii', ihne.i. full,, of ,'ojd.| '
Ilii/h'. :School) football. eleven has 'l tnv it t..I'......[:;! of "( '.tlifniniu, S\ i \ ii i w hit, das j, | nil ,I theS.IVIIIL -
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I' JOHN LEE FEASTS ON
rnded the seiihon, Consule, l'injr'" Jhe. Ki I Itn."C'" , , )IM.,d) 'kiK ",I1 :ii..d""n II i up of Pivrs") ami in II i f i.T\' 1mm. s all to hal; n' h.i- inn, h to liethinkfiil

fuel thiit tins wut the I In; ft Jia i' that 111111".1. tell X .nils, brfotc' llatlli' "ik thl' fitllld' ,'ol"tll'al"' cl] \\a-1I', IIl1d'g-.t-' fill it thiift insiius pio.s'

football hab ever been played Ij tin . WATERMELON DAILY id food) :and] soin lnle' .j;<.ntlmo\ c.s out and ikc-s
I ] hi IW'Ity m
|pili Ii il I :i'ul. i dim 1 n ill one of I |1''n" i t ttuiJ happu' i homesw
]local hijfh ncliool tins m a jrnod show of its !little bowelsMthout Knpniff, .
of tin- 1 I be
lal.h" ilti"iimon' 11J ml i - "i e \ CM, pi a1 t 11"1.
ing. Poach, Ilaiiis elcsir\es cicdil, I ( conlinuid sttitdv( ninth down and you have a will, playful child
it\ a ..1..Ii"1: I.,." win \\oii fame fo1, YOII"" account 'Is invited.
for bis wotk, us does P. K.'a\ " the tuld] hilt WHS halted bj end. of ., : 1 aijr.iin! Ask jour diuirfrisl for a 50cent )
: hnii"i' If ill t the ,1. ,n, up campaign'
who Hided him in whipping' the l hoy" : bottle of "California S rup of 4' Interest Paid
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I 'nenv 1"n 'in'u hnlthv., And! he haslieiium "
into shape, K\ery membei of I h.. ,I Fig which contains full directions
hi Id am) < uri\ 11111.d.1( ] j hob Kavi'ii s Accounts.
team worked hard to make* I the seasona so IlIt.--t.d in the new for .babies, children all ages and forIrown.ups.
'I'.k..r( 101 < aison. in his tiatks. Carson .
bthat he has alim--t feMifottin to
and with the .
success experiencethey I fumbled and, Iliithicvk I HnatrM.il f
have (rained this year it i.. sure talk alicnit cUaninej.; uj for the pastweek I
I up the ball, and ran foi H touchdown .
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that fine record will be made next t en soIlih
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I be' play was i ailed back on account new liobbv' i is witeimelnns. Heejrc ii mi.ii:iiiiiiimiimiiiimiiim' ''' '' IIMHIIIIII''uin'mi:minimi''nil''' mnunimmg'

year. of a Kissimme'e' hicle-off and Referee1I ; w s 'cm right in hi (f:, rden. in the 1 "Here is the Answer-fin I II
The boys wjll now turn their 1111..n- I F-1I18"; would not allow tho touch
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tion to basketball in which the KisBimmee . doun. !Mei mi .trot a wax' on n \nnie'nd d."I.te-.u) (' that he has on watermelon dally I WEBSTER I III I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT .
school has. been a leader of
lun aid picked twentjaid I ".
up and his claim he brcjUKht
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other hijfh schools. It is expected' a ta<'kle from bc'tiind "snvinf{ a touchdown pio\c | NEW INTERNATIONAL II
fine Jeiiev specimen to the Vulley (la'e
that the ]locals will this win the
year Spaiknmn took the bull \
THE MEMUAM WEBSTU
He office this we'ek It was. just I DIRECTORS:
state championship against the other Ihroui'h center for Uiuc-hdown. C'urt .
frrry day in your bilk artel' rcndlnir ntliciinc.
high schools of the state. I kicked goal. Score: Tig-ers 34 Kissimmee ,t. nice as any w ate'i'melon ever grown !'! on the atrc.,.tear. 'Intliuoflu'*.. almpBliU ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
and just as sweet and juicy. f! aou llke.lv! quuBllon the mi auInir -
The game last Friday at Plant City I 0.Kissimmee. ftas J of aomo nna word. A friend ai.ka: F. W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS ':;'
Mr. Lee says he still some M What mukcs mortir hRnI nP"'oo. xx It
which was lost to Plant City by a received the kick-off Ij the leicatiim of/.ocA Katrimeor the pronun- I ,!" '
twenty or thirty fine melons in his I I ,1
lution of coalfIhia
Jnjutiu.Mi t la uliitc
of the last be \nd' in their best of the af-
.core 34 to 0 was to jrot work parden and! he expects to have melons Now Creation annwem .all kind l* ofurnionii
J played by the local team this year. ernoon. A forward pass netted I ? In Lniiciinm-.lliKtex-i. .UlnKriphy, ." /
right up to Christmas. Just a few l, lion, frorrfcl! XVorc'g: TrnduM, Aru' auelStiuitct '" 0''" '_
It was planned to go to Bradentown welve yards. Two tackle plunRefniiclp dcNs ajro triere cameery near beinpi u>"* find authority, :O ''j ::::::,::K,,:::,, J :,,"":;,'V':)nm"jL: \ .... .
for a game Thankstrwmp but thipa -- anotliir fust clown A lonir onnmi ; CDO.COO; Wordi.C "".' ) .SE .. .'J .
'i new declaiut, ,on of w.u njrht hertl .OOC Iftuatro':an*. "" "
me has bevn cancelled,. The bo\"- I. l I.\ UIL.IIO:' nettiil, twintvard- r oat $400.00Q. -:'* :-*
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l III l 1\1 is1-11' mi e", u he'i" ,. 'lie'J.'O i "I'ploy.d, \ ;
won one (fame fiom, ; Oilando and t n"i ione ; id tin, },'.imi i hded I FI',1" FCUI" i I Ii .", v PQ c". .'
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won one1 fl'om.llIf.d:; and losi (I II I , '"
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one to the. ScMnincdc. ""l1ly ,team and I 'I'll.I ".Illl Ill I'll, lll] ..t full.'A'. : . ,.. I L. ,\.lIul.e "I !- Tampa SpecialCquipment
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I uncle i a ftv o| the vvatc'i m..I le.n vimsMi "" f' : <
lost two to Plant ClU, ':,11I1 I "M\' K-"il'u1II', .-.a P per LV.tintii : $ I

A frohV I 'itv to the ''i,ibi, oik, 1 Kijrht' c !}C. .lo'iiihon' : '. I..,. a.t.i iv\\ 0"i t he' **"lie sunnc < t I' in,. < i 1" f'r....... , ,h',: h Y.X
spee-ial PJant I ,. ,.. ,II"J Ii
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Tampa Tt, ibune tohPWf t the *ranu' last O\M\ K.irl\. t t 1:11: 1.I Ii. .\ .,tuli ;) I i"ciiirh 1o pit \i nl .i fat .il invasinn' of 1 J..I'i 1"IM.."u Ii \\j lour".,,")" II / "J J I'f;
follows \ i"u.i .,in Kii'lit! (tlIald; I I'.i: ,tin. \\:11": t 'itn' I Ii"'i, |."" h "mil h"ul it not i'". \ 'i "i il "' I II.., ,... I,' ,,,, ), .llI' I .If I 'I : i
Friduv u>> : I ;:' "'"l H' 11 >" ' \ I : / ATLANTIC COAST l.INE
,. ,. I lie, i. ' ,tn,, i v I 1.1 i { fni (the' nc('- : ,, '
\ i III i;' 111 i 1111 i A t- \hI i "i viinic 'J.lI"I ,, i in i M' 'v "",1" 'iTO ,iiU/f)[ i
Plant ( it\ Iliuli' Machine' the top I v 1 ol 1 uul l II l. ..t.un. \ .f' y .
tI"I would haveIn r i \
:Mi] Hindi
\ !,ui, >i I.i ft ( ;in:"id'! ( oopi"i tint "l ic' ; -ftW\
Utrjde of ItK ". .11..011'1'1,,\'. swampedKlssimmee Ra-nlar I Cc-.tion : jl Re.inaugurated November 15th: 1915 .
tin )lu i 1 I..ft t lukle Sinifltill, \ i n sunn' 1i"I iv' lanf/ua' rc oft the 'neiriei ii .. / :

HIgh' heie;, this afleMiioeni, Ii'in ins 1 I..ft, e nd ItillliM')knki At, wa :\11. I I.ec' did) the, bc'sthe L LS:: : : nmllfiJIJ/'liP!' i \ .
84 to 0. ( ). ( oke-i. thelibel's lonir DAIL Y SCHEDULE
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' i (jii.ntei' liack )HI uti i eoujl. without In'_mi, ; his n'lll'i..n. \ II j
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little quarterback watthe' Mar, making .= "' .. ..... ..... I l.aUo. l\ :t 12:45: P. M. Lv. Tampa Ar. 4:00: P. M.
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'HIM H'g'1I1 balf !b." "ik Iil'i! i iI : ,
a heavy bid for Ml. I lorida lion Th.I III'''' p?'me.ess inhes slietw s the1nc :':' .'t... -" I\ :t 1:20: P.M. Planl Clly Lv. ) ::26 P.M. .
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';pa ) lI1all I 1.. f. h'llf luck, I K. Ket"M ;, .. \ :\ I118. ..
ors. ,tmal Wai-.! line and full g-ntl"r- '" .II3C. ... ... .38 P. M. Lakdand 3:07: P. M.
('i 'M III lull but, k (I'a"sonSn 5 O"W '.' ))1; .II Ii
The crowd which witncSsid, the .. cd ,skills. '" ....p.. .. II I 2 : 52 P. M. :: Ki.immee :: I : 51 P. M. .1
:;| "i i lal iicdit I is dm' to Quartetik
G. & C.g / .
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game was the larirest that t evei wit j 3:2: .M. Orlando 1:20 P.M.
: ;; 1:, lill" of ,!t... Ki'-snnmie ilecnulo I'.ERRIAMI I .. .. )
nested u football (anu* heie' and the'cheeriiiK' I he scmibef." suits may..bo lighten .... i\\ I I 4:0): I. M. Sanford 12:43: P. M. ,
|>l.i\id thiiniirli Miu-t of the .ir.inieltli CO. \\t : .. ... \
the most concerted heaid in' eel li\ iielciiii/ ( a vevt und collar of SprlnsfUk Mas. 5:45: P. M. Palalka 10:44 P. M. .'
\\ .1 Inoki, ) "i t tltilMlb. He icfusid tole = f.
Florida scholastic' cue lex this vear, | 'hl''k'. 7:30 P.M. Ar. Jack.onvtlle Lv. 9:15 A.M. .
. c I E... :tinPRESCRIPTIONS ,.. : :
.. .IM t llu K''liH' w In'n injiilid, "|/ '" / I
acrordi,1/: ., I those" who have see i i i iniany --- will consist of Pullman Broiler-Observation Parlor

ffi{ of the, eaim'I'he* b.md fin ;| t Cars A. C L. Free Reclining Chair Cars, Standard Vcstibuled .

.j' nishe-d music' between 11I'I'I..b. ''I I Coaches and Combination Coach and Baggage Cars.

;;[':'''. Straight I CM>thall lei a Tmll I helow; "

-1'tL1 Kis IIIII1I1'" k'l.ed to ;Iciiin, who J. G. KIRKLAND,

:(;t \ retuined 'fifty jaids \behind! a ,' ,',' I 11III .1 Division Passenger Agent

1 Interfe'imee. Merrin took eiht| jards I Tampa I II ,

o(;" off tackle anel Curry made it lust .....-....- "
tr.; ,; down. Spaikman) took five off left I 1

'. '"" tackle and Merrin made twelve over {
You will probably employ a refrulai,' family physician whose judgment you rely upon.
: J the other, side. J\1"lI'in ( IITI..d ball .
;, I After he has studied u case and, decided just what remedies are reejuired to relieve
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. the tiouble, he wiites a prese i iption He1 bands jou the prescription and expects you to t
THICK GLOSSY II.MR
have it filled by a reliable! pharmacist.
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
r" Bruifr your prescriptions, to us and the medicine will be sure to have the exact potency

I and action which the physician desired
i Girls! Try it JIair gets soft fluffy and ,
We make n specialty of prese.tiption work and have an unusual stock of prescription
beautiful-Get a 25 cent bottle
Of Danderine. drufrs and a splendid equipment in the way of apparatus and other requisites which ahe

required for the scientific handling of prescrip lions.
If care for heavy hair that glistens
you with beauty and is radiant with Our prices are never higher than elsewhere, so if you will bring your prescriptions RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about

to us ;jou may be sure of a superior quality; of service at the most moderate cost.
life; has an ,incomparable softness and FAVORITE FERTILIZERSThey
We ask the privilege of filling your prescriptions and should also like to supply your .
IB fluffy and lustrous try Danderine. know and
other druog needs. can testify as to THnu
Just one application "doubles\, the
beauty of your hair besides it immediately ... QUALITY THED SOLUBILITY LASTING "

dissolves every particle of QUALITIES and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY _. '

dandruff.. You can n It have nice PHONE 41 PALACE DRUG STORE PHONE 41 to FLORIDA SOILS J..
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heavy healthy hair if you have ;"; ,

dandruff. This destructive scurf robs Special Formula* lor All Florida Crop* i_: ;:

he hair of it* lustre its strength atjd SAM G. RAGSDALE, President WHITE FOR QUOTATIONS >

very life, and if not overcome it

daces a f everishness and itching of .. PRESCRIPTION ,DRUG STORE 'AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS. INSECTICIDES

scalp; the hair roots famish,

] lIeD and die; then the hair, falls out mea ui Orlud" visit lie Lucerne Pharmacy.

t to Sorely cet a 26-cent bottle of INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER Co.Jacksorvv .

K Iton's' Danderine from any. drag I ,,, ',, ,." '" | e Fla.

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Portir'fefcoi' \' ; : Zbi l Gir; 7fi-CtirtIlllier onif t uenls an slates'oz Ala )ma i 'a-Ff :Jcl:11adturparoed'tb.

; The>tnlxfurer''o cbnsUta/of one.'part slowly" available and of lltU.,.*1'Qe'fbl' .*.a\'enge of .tbe' whole "

AgricultMrar' News :Note t part green to about, 33 of >flour, two processes she produces certain by.' church in additions to the' tnembert Ji:_ f' Did Yoi" >#i' ."<.!

l 4"T and, one-half or three pounds, ofthe. products: From 75 to 00 peiToent ,of hip of the churches: : .by a considerable tit'
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> .'w FlhWISHErji. ( BT UNIVERSITY! OF FLORIDA-: *" ;* poison to 100 pounds of flour. Sprin- immediate vse. pet centage, that th1'offerings for "Ever ,Eat'a:

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE kle the mixture around the plants After passing through the. cow's congregational support had been .Increased .. .Jax-Pie?' ; r

to be protected in a ring or a shallow body these same constituents are 17 per cent and the offerings .I+

trench. It may also, be broadcasted easily available for plant food and for benevolent purposes had I .been YduVe -

i ALABAMA ADMITS ONLY Department of Agriculture made). an at the rate of 260 to 300 pounds to I they bUild for permanent fertility.By increased 33 per cent.Long Sayl got some .,

FLORIDA NURSERY STOCK address at the University of Florida the acre. I selling feed the farmer robs his treat coming to you.. a(
tussor coats in favor
recently in which he gave several 'illustrations If there is no crop onthe land, land of fertility. lIe also sells a raw I are .

Florida nurserymen enjoy a field to of savings that had been plow and allow it to stand a week. product at wholesale. By feeding_the to wear with lingerie dresses. 1 Jax Biscuits

which the nurserymen. of' 'no other effected through cooperation in dis Then spread the bait. Theo plowing cow 'b! becomes a high priced retail
No frills of tulle are shaped to
1 state are admitted. F. M. O'Byrne, tribution. One of two things frequently ahead of the application is necessary merchant and turns the waste products finish the back of. the neck only. Jacksonville Cracker Works '. M
state nursery inspector, has recently happens when growers ship to deprive the crickets of food. Theyare back to the land.00440000.e .

received .a communication from the perishable products independently.The reported to- be very fond of the 000440404 -

Alabama inspector who slates that car may go to a glutted marketor bait. Wait four or five days before

nursery stock from all states except. it may be reconslgned to another sowing the crop to give the insects 4 4 ... .

ing Florida is barred. This speaks point. The former is disastrous and time to get a good dose of the poi- 0 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. < I SUB-TROPICAL

well for FloridlInepectlon service, the latter is apt to be.Ind..pendent 4 000'

1 since Alabama made the ruling without growers may strike a son.The old mixture which is used .0444044.4 404040444 I' MID-WINTER FAIR AND ;:.

j, solicitation on the part of officials good market upon reconsignment and against the crickets, grasshoppers, The pastor announced last Sunday EXHIBITION t''

r here.Alahama. they may not. The average shipper army worms and various chewing insects that he would preach the coming Sun

has only a small citrus does not know the condition of the is made of paris green, 1 pound, day morning on the "Sove,, ignity of

section but effort is being markets and others will probably bran 20 pounds, water 2 gallon, God and Freedom of Man" Theseare TO CMT1ZI-NS: !' OF MII.UH1A) LAKE.
every
i i 5 fEM< : I NtlL ;. osri-c" >L.A AND: OKAM1I2 -
P made to develop the industry in the strike at the big markets also. Per- cheap syrup or molasses 2 quarts, vital truths that need to be discussed .OL1ST1E8 '

few southern counties adapted'to it. ishable pnoducts cannot be dvertedindefinitely and the pulp of six or eight orangesor together in one s..n'k. f.ItI'KI"'C Hi It known l nil you +
COUNTIES
!, The discovery of canker and the lack If they are not marketed lemonS. The poison and the bran The attendance, at the Sunday JlI'1.uIIR"I.l l .1 .exhibit,JO.for,, dlnplay t..loo\HI Ar the- kr ,

of funds. to: fight it, Vms almost in time they deteriorate, and the are mixed dry. The pulp obtainedfrom school of this church last Sunday was Kl," ,'nt ixpoHlllon already agreed upon r
l\ your i p""opli>. engaging In A fi'endlyMinp ' A
disheartened the promoters grower wants damages' from the railroad I grating{ the oranges or lemonsis 77 per cent larger than it was a year GREATEST EVENT IN < ''lltlon for the exhibition the r '
placed in the water and this liquid Mirltd product of your section. alsojhfnfiH t=
which in many cases it ought not before, and broke all records I THEHISTORY Made In your towns," your vt _
is used to moisten the bran and poi school work your fruits your I t'eiretahlea ;
ORANGE: CROP DAMAGED have to
pay. The Synod of Alabama at its recentmeeting OK" TilE farm ,
your product your ntoreaof
BY SPLIT FRUITS By cooperation growers can placemen I I son. Add the syrup last. granted the request of the FIVE COUNTIES our house stock. and rhlrkrna field, your and art all creations other

in the various markets who will Presbytery of Florida and provided things of Interest r
Growers from the southern portion FARMERS' SHORT COURSE of the in1 I attend In person and with ,
inform them of the conditions. Theycan for the organization state jour"I family I and friends: and the alranaer -
of the state report considerable damage :I distribute their products so that JANUARY 11 TO 21 such a manner as to admit of the 5 within your Irat..aSUBTIWPICAL

to the orange crop from splitting all markets will be supplied, and they erection of a synod in Florida MID-WINTER EXPOSITION ;

i There Is very little that can be done' can ship direct to destination with- The annual ten day short course for Following up this action Dr. With I COUNTIES OF THE PROSPEROUSFIVE

I to prevent the trouble According to I out reconsignment Railroads will farmers will be given at the University erspoon who had filled the position of COUNTIES.

i t theory splitting is caused by enequal help In keeping track of the ship- of Florida January 11 to 21, 1916. stated clerk for twenty sessions resigned "-I

growth of the rind and the interior. ments to the various cities, becauseI This course corresponds to the farm and In accepting his resignation -:; .

1 B. F Floyd, plant physiologist to the'I in doing so they help growers to ship ers' week held by various schools over the synod adopted the following I FEBRUARY 15-19, 1916

University. of Florida Experiment direct and eliminate damage claims. the country. It is designed for tho resolution :

Station, suggests that the fruits have I farmer who cannot leave home for a "Resolved, that this synod express Orlando, Florida
been checked their than ten Lee t J
in growth sometime period longer days.
I'RUN DURING THE its profound regret at the resignation Iy.;
during the season The rind I three, classes, and demonstrationswill
.
DORMANT SEASONThe |lof its stated clerk, Dr. W. B Wither- 1
seems to harden or set. When growth be held Some of the general l> - E
I spoon, made necessary by the proposed -
is resumed, the interior Is of will be fruit Ya
r capable courses given growing '
underlying principle of citrus erection of the Synod of Florida ) 1
more rapid development than the general farming, stock raising, and I r-------------.e.-ODa' .
land that him !
grove health is sanitation. To haveproper i we assure of our appreciation -
und dairying. of his efficient and extended .
grove sanitation it is n..c..s.Rury -
l't' The station has not carried out any to keep out diseased tissues, There are no entrance examinations -I him personally. and of ourtheKrso-o j j'services : 2 1
experiments to determine how to no educational requir..mentR.no ,
the trouble Some growers prevent I jdroppwl fruit and all carriers of mfeition I II age limits, no tUition. The total of our warm regard for ( I II 0 0 C (, I. to
The University of FloridaRxjieiiment I I him personally, and of our sincere'
practice loot pruning{ to a limited extent 1 expenses for the ten days in Gainesville ,
I station offers the following |prayers for the blessing of God upon ,
which has seemed to help some.Others I need not be more than $10. Used for l fathers withf
suggestions for pruning{: him, his new home and his work. years hy'our; never-failing

sprinkle bluestone around tht'tr..l' I I Dead) wood diseased wood and I Some may get through on less than I The action of the synod providesfor / good results. These home-made materials are :
This Is of doubtful that. The condensed,
practice" courses are
the .erection of a new I'resbvtrevto / 1 build i and sweeten land. t
benefit, but it is Known to reduce the I flopped fruit are all sources of infection practical and thorough They are so of dependable in up your
he designated' the "I'resbyterv If)
rate of growth for a period and thereis for many The removal of the worst fungus diHisses arranged that a farmer may attend Kissimmee' ," to he effected Tuesday, I / Ground Bone Blood and Bone i r

a possihiht that it may be cffec of these from the lectures, discussions and demonstrations 7:10: KevSflas Ciiiarantceil; Guaranteed
the the best April 11, 1U! <> at : p m. / An.iljsisAmmonia Analyeis. fr.
s tine in lessening the splitting Bluestone grove is measure of pre in those branches of farm- Cooke, I 1), i 1), of Auburndale, / 4.00% Ammonia . 1o' N
\ntion for 't
is a poison, however, and the Kt..mend many diseases, and in' ing in which he is most interested with Kev J. II. Albert 1 D. n., of Pun I / Phosphoric Arid 22%; Phosphoric Acid 1I/e! .
rot and
I grower takes risk in using it. One I withertip it. is an"'RRary There are ten working days of ten or I Ito dorda; as alternate, to preach the / Natural Plant Food Real Blood and Bone ; ::4
best
measure The time to
pound to a large bearing tree and more hours each. I' opening sermon and preside until a / Not MfliiiH-cl Dried Bloodan'Ground

proportionate sinullur amounts for In prune December is during and the dormant season, -- I moderator is elected; and Rev E (!. .: / Nol.\.jcJlIllltc'd ,.... : Bone "

Smaller+ trees may be applied It is best time is in the January. The after next thefirst fONS1UElt'fi1E COW i i McLean, I D. I 1)", of Winter Haven, to i / All Vmnmniii Preserved ]Not TankageAbsolutely .' )

best to use smaller amounts if one IH flush of summer has act as temporary clerk This organization I / I'liosplirrn Add tTntreated. '

not sore that the tree will stand it. growth thoroughly The cow was built, for service. I will take place in the church of A\".iiliilile l hilt in Quirk, Availability 'i
hardened, in June and I
''; To be effective the bluestone must be ,I July. Taking into consideration all her accomplishments -I Kisbimmee I / Alkaline Form !Steady: Supply ,1

applied about the time the trouble I| drawers; are cautioned that pruning she is about the most ''
Reports of this synod Rhowed.,that U Write for Price* it- .
i; starts. Splitting also occurs in grapefruit I for withertip when soft wood ispresent efficient animal on the .farm She the Synod of Alabama, including the tI
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
to a limited extent, but it is is apt to cause injury rather eats various things, grass, hay, corn I' :

brr chiefly confined to orangesCAIiKML than benefit Remove as many deaf or almost anything which befalls her Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers .. U

twigs and branches as possible. and produces butter for the family, Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe Jacksonville, Florida

: Prune back into the live, healthy and milk for babies and Old Standard general .(rvftrthealnsr tonic, UQ
HANDLING OF grown ups OROVK TA8TKLK8S chill TONIC drive.out II
-c CITRUS FRUIT PAYS wood Make smooth cuts at the base pigs, and calves Many kinds of Malaria.enriches the bl.-t..nd build.npth ara Ii st/// O . GU/afmas nasssss _ .i I f
of branch I' tent A true toniC For adulta and children :SOC:
.1 a so that no projectingstubs cheese are made from milk, and the I
will be left. These are very in the various
1' milk
: There is no use in raising good is indispensable .
susceptible to withertip infection and I
c} fruit if it is not cared for at picking processes of culinary art. "
such stubs will die and neutralize the ya
Milk is the cow's specialty. She
.time and during the shipping season. I
f" < effect of taking out the dead wood. I
the takes almost worthless food some-
should not lose interest
Fe. I in the grower fruit until it is in the hands ofI' The larger cut surfaces should be times and manufactures it into milk Active Work to Extend Markets ;
painted with some substance which "
'-, the consumer. If he consigns heriiAy'wtelrould worth 10 to 15 cents a quart. She
use every possible care to have will keep out infection and prevent takes high priced foods and Increases .'

y" ,"z. the fruit reach the market in good evaporation from the cut surface during their value from 25 to 40 percent tr4
r order healing The removal and destruction But in the milk manufacturingthe By the Florida Citrus Exchange

1 H. E. Stevens plant pathologist to of dropped fruit (is necessary fertilizing value of the feed she .

' f the University of I lorida Experiment when t..m-end rot is present eats is recovered in the manure, according The following is a reduced facsimile of one of over two dozen similar advertise

Station culls attention to a recent ---- to C. L. Wllloughby of the insertions during the (coming{ winter Y.
will have
these more
Kmh of or
: ' ments. ) one
NK\\ MIX I I ICE HAT University of Florida College of Agriculture '
statement issued bv of the United I Ml.LS !MOLE CRICK El'S Before she has access to and spring; in Magazines and newspapers with a combined <'in'illation of over five ; .
States 1 '
It' Agriculture
Ilepaltment' i
I ___ I million topics. Further}) circulation l\'ill be given them in proportion as thl' Florida
"It is. estimated that more, than 'lr percent I
of the decay of citivis fruit after Mole ciukets will be bothersomepiactuull ( 'it rusIX'di.inge has the marketing (if a larger volume of fruit than two million boxes.

I 1' they itueh mat kd is due to fUII1indu.d l \ all winter These insects! I NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD f/i/.

i . by mechanical injunes Blue I,ley upon vegetables and seed beds It's Just as If Yon Had an Orange Tree

A mold decay in oranges, K>"H|>rfiuit, I Reports from various parts of the I 'i Outside Your Dining

r 3 lemons and other citrus fruits is frequently state show that they have been active Expels scrofulous humors from the '1 he oran iiSou get under the Sealdsweet trademark Room Window

so serious as to clcmoialize! for several weeks! J, R. Watson, I blood, whIch) cause constipation, ma- arc as purr, juice, sweet. and full flavored at if y-O'
t't I entomologist to the University of laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples you had picked them from you r own orange grove 't
'
the market There is not only the direei '
I I loriila Experiment Station calls attention etc Get it at Osceola 1'harmu t
loss fo the flint through decay, Sealdsweet
to a new bait recently found I cy on a guarantee to satisfy. Oranges '
.1Mt'but the indirect losses due to depreciation i ,

b a in prices for fruit actually Have been. picked!, cleaned and packed mlohc"

t' Bound, to repntiiton for poor keeping .. by while.gloed workers, using machinrrv er
I
that is delicately adjusted to avoid d'
quality and to the proportionatelyhigh .
EATAND damage (o the fruitSealdsweet .
overhead of handling
expense a .
oranges are grown by membersof
>a product which develops t i .
perishublt
the Florida ( ilrus Exchange: and marketed ,
%i great waste and spoilage in transit FORGET YOUR TROUBLES. EATING IS b> this co-operative organization of I'tj; v
FI and after arrival at the market"Results citrus grove/: ownersSealdsweet. 7''
A PLEASURE WHEN IT DON'T
t of the handling and shipping -

investigations carried out by the I I COST TOO MUCH Grapefruit :::.ti, ,

Department will be found in Farmers' '" .,
j+ Bulletin (tl96.< which may be had upon / 18 Ibt. Whole Grain Rice .__ 1.00 I Pure Leaf Lard _ __ n --_ .12y2 Are of the same superiority and are grown / '
a this
the t
application to Washington It waR 16 Ibt. Granulated Sugar __ ___ 1.00 1-4 tb Lowney' Cooking by same persons Try some year useful in 'N rt

found in the shippif1I{ ..xp..rimenta i 110 Ib*. Meal] or Grit ..- _n__ .25 Chocolate _ __ __... .10 wale Sealdsweet Illustrated oranges booklet and grapefruit telling how are to use and many serve - = .I- ;

'e during 1911 that blue mold damaged 124 Ib Sack Pillsbury Flour _ _ 1.00 1-2 tb Lowney' Cooking ,hem free on application p. kw

,!k only 4 per cent of the oranges carefully ,,24 f Ib Sack Self-Ruiint Flour 1.00. Chocolate __ h n.__ .?0 4, 1 '
I 3 Cake Toilet __ .10 Ask your dealer for S.ald.weetonntn.nd anp.frulL 'r,
and while that of I Soap 1
'picked paoked, n -- 11* can get them lor )ou urge him to do.o.
tai the commercially picker and carefully I PECK IRISH POTATOES .../O 3 Cake Castile Soap _ .h ._ .10 r 1 L ,

packed was 35.6 per cent and that of I Sugar Cured Hams, tb ._ _ ____ .20 5 tb Pail Cottolene __ __ n .60 Florida Citrus

ye.. the commercially picked and! packed Fancy Creamery Butter n -- - .37 10 Ib Pail Cottoleue h __ _..140 Exchange

_s was 68.1 per cent. I 3 Cam Small May Pea ___ .25 !. 10 Ib Pail Snowdrift __ __ 1.20 Citizens Bank Bldg. Tampa Fla.

In all these .experiments comparisons 3 Pk(*. Premier Oats _ ___ .25 11/2 Ib Fancy Red Salmon _ .1 Z ,

were made from fruit picked the I Fancy Seeded Raisins nnn .12 V2 Ib Corned Beer Hash _ .10 F'1Jt-.,t.O.A

s same day, packed and shipped in the 25c Pk(. Sterilized Bran ____ .20 3 Can Chili Con Come _ _ .25 r

4 same lots. There could have been no 3V2 I No. 3 Whole Asparagus .15
difference except in the methods of Ib Stone Ground nn The under which it i in handled fruit into the
pk, and grapefruit. plan gets ,
1 and handling The figures I No. 3 California Peache__ ____ .20 oranges
(,) ; are picking full of to the thoughtful 1 Graham nnnn__ .18 No. 1 Fancy Sliced Peaches __ .12 hands of the! dealers of a community at the time the ad\ertiMiig is started. If you 4

grower. meaning Gunpowder Tea, lb. ____- ___ .30 16 Can Tomato Pulp --__hn .25 arc marketing ypur crop through the Exchange, you help in this great work of !

Compound Lard, lb. _________ .11 -: EVERYTHING IN CEREALS :- popularizing Florida citrus fruit. If :you ore not, why not begin now, and cooperate -

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I J ACI'.c. Till USSIMMEE VAv-r: =.j _rETTE a FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1115x

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f The Kissimmee Valley' Gazette OSCEOLA COUNTTS CROWTHl KISSIMMEE GETS FREE ADVERTISING .. ... .. 4

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Osceola county citizens are entitled to a pardonable I What doe it mean to Kissimmee to be on the Letters ; ;;; '
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W .,-- I. VaU.y ia..t1.III t.r.......tarsa.y.... Klasloesb Rla. pride in the state census figures just made ; Dixie Highway? We have heard that question frequently -
1 public by the office of the State Commissioner of asked by those who do not believe this

w. 1.. HARRIS AND V. O. VANS AGNEW Ow..r. Agriculture. highway movement will aid ut in any way whatever. ..... 6., ... .... . ... ... .. .. .,..- .- ... ._... .
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R. B. IVAVOLB B4ltar ..- Maaaccr.. THOSE FIGURES SHOW THAT THIS COUNTY They say it is naught but a paper highway. Well. I Marysvllle, Ohio. .VVI..O..Ot.t

HAS GROWN FASTER IN POPULATION I suppose it is, the very fact that it has been designated Buffalo N. Y.
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I, One Copy, One Tear _______ _____________ |1 60 DURING THE LAST TEN YEARS THAN ANY' as a through highway from Chicago to Floridais Dear Sir:-Enclosed please find Nov. 15, 1915.
One Copy Six Months __-__ Loll .OTHER COUNTY IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA worth more to Florida in advertising than all the Gentlemen:_You will find
i On* Copy: Three Months _-::::::::::::::::::: :.76 $1.50 for you valuable paper. I have $1.50 enclosed -
This statement is based upon the percentage of advertising funds created and spent by all the counties spent two winters in place and for the coming year'a.).ub-
increase shown the and the state as a.whole. Last Sunday's issue your scrlptlon to the Valley Gazette.
All communications, except, from our author.eelcorrespondents as in report. That percentagefor like it very much but'my wife is in The
must be slfrnrd by the writer Osceola county wa 201. In other words dur- of the Chicago Tribune just ene of the many papersin such health cannot this first thing I look for Is the items
Rejected matter will nut be returned unl xn cnllcd, the north whose has been called poor we come from Shingle Creek
,. for. ing a I ten year period, from 1905 to 1915. Osce attention to the winter. Several are going from here, I a* that is my old 4
ola county's population has more than trebled In peninsular stale, contained a splendid map of the however. I 'around I home. j
,4 (Entered In the I'ontofnco In KlatitmiMi'p. Flu Maas 1905 the stale census found ,622 living, Dixie Highway and the only cities in Florida shown pass my paper Yours truly
persons others .
p, second-class matter k ; land encourage t.oo. We hope
in this, county. In July. 1915.> there were I0,96. on that map were Jacksonville, Gainesville. Kissimmee I to (jet able to make the "'ip. JOHN SUESS. ,

?111 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19. 1Q15, as thai was the date of our census "hile the Arcadia, and Miami That was advertising for Yours truly, Women have t
Kissimmee ,that worth hundreds of dollars been practicing law in '
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) season of the year was not favoiable to a correctteu'us was yes I
JERRY:
,.r; thousands of dollars and all I MILLER, Italy since 1883. 'ft.
!little
i Kissimmee.- as many of the residents of the ,'ountvNe it coat) was a enterprise -
Do something for absent al that lime and no doubt a number of l on the part of a few cili/ens' who have ,; .M
t J" : : Ih..mCI... missed boosted the Dixie Highway movement from the beginning -
by the still this,
; enumerator is (true M8-><-e'<.s> " KC><
I If f you can't boost this town mole to oat" \ou I and who heir
of every othri county and as (far A. pcicentages, by ( forethought 'urr..e.J..J in

can boost. . ,i and.. ] compaiisons are concerned would make little calling together the meeting at which (lie Central |. SAID )
- il any diffcienceI / Florida Highway' Association was bom light! herein l = 1.
Thankful Ye, we are thankful that' we didn't, Kissimmee I \
that I the county is still maintaining a similar |
eat any more turkey than :we did i |percentage of increase is shown by a comparison of I COUNTY

the stale census of 1915 and the Federal of ONE THRIFTY COUNTY
Some of the progressive citi/cns of Honda I census .-MM: -: :M.<:-M->*>'.-:.*<">-:-><.<.4M> I 190| .. .
During this five year period the populationof ) - - - - -
have said that the Dixie Highway, is nothing but a i ,
J. W.
road. That's made , Osceola count increased from 5,507> '> to 10.936a Taxpayers in Texas owe the stale and the Nelson of St Cloud, has night to join John II. Rogers and party -
true, it was possible by
I paper I percentage of 98.6. counties the enormou's sum of( over $41,000,000 in i grown a guava that weighs, ten on a trip to Fort Pierce in the interest -
the live progressive sprut of the newspapers all I ounces. I It t has pink meat and ,' I
of
is quite the Inlet
In 1905 Osceola county was one of the three delinquent taxes says the Woman's Weekly. The permit hearing
along its route.
: :- ( most t sparsely settled counties in the state, the two delinquency covers a period of years. However, I sweet.-Florida Grower.The II Iheld in that city Monday. Congressman \.

.. counties having a I less population being Si Lucie there is one lone county which does not owe a cent St Cloud citizens in large Sears was well please The best made of big Chicago
use we ever saw a I
mail order catalogue that demonstrated by the with 3.024 and Liberty, with 2.835'> In 1915 thereare of delinquent taxes and that county is Gillespie, of numbers in moats ,convention endorsesandasphalt Stuart and is very enthusiastic over

Titusville Cast Coast is Advocate winch uses the twenty counties whose population is less than which Fredericksburg is the county seal I I roads The St. (Cloud the project now before the government 1.

sheets of the book f for wrappers\ to send out its that of Osceola. At that only four counties of the Gillespie county is settled by Germans and descendants -l i Citi/en says if the Kissimmee people river at for Sewall's an inlet Point to the St. Lucie -I.-t t

to readers. slate have shown a decrease Those counties are of German pioneers who moved to Texas want brick roads let them have them, -Stuart Messenger -
copies .
Nassau Monroe. Columbia and Citrus, from Germany. in the latter part of the forties of the : but as for us, we want sand.a'phal
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Did, you have I Florida strawberries\ for your The percentage of increase (for the whole stale last cenlu'ry The original immigrants came over | i Arcadia Newh I If the editor of the Kissmimee Val- '

Thanksgiving dinner ? It was possible for you to do during the ten year period was 499. which shows : with a German prince and part of them took up : The Kissimmeeallev* -- Gazette Icy Gazette; will read 1 the constitution t.

so, for the Sarasota district had berries ready for that Osceola county's gain was over four limes that lands in Gillespie county and the adjoining county I I Senator Bryan lost his says (if the South Florida Press Association '

ihe market this week. Kissimmee strawberries will of the state as a whole In other words, we have of New Braunfels They were all of the best type i last week sear tonal dignity he will see he is in error in regard ,

be ready by December I 151. (i i grown in population four limes as fast as we would of German citizenship: and they and their children We by will falling into I"akeOkeechobee to its membership being other

ordinarily have grown as a result of the promt and grandchildren have converted a wilderness into wager that than composed of newspaper men.
Park Trammel!
at the lake
Every time we read in a Florida paper free I nence into which Florida as a whole has been placed one of the most productive sections of the United day looking for was--Wau, hula Advocate next ,IOnly proprietors and editors of news-

notices about some cheap carnival aggregation we 'during the last few years. In the five year period States. I papeis or periodicals are eligible to

thank our atari that the city council of KIsSImmee ( the percentage of increase for the state was 22.2 For a county to have not a single. delinquent I --<00- I membership and those holding, mem-

some yean ago saw fit to make the license fee for and here again the percentage of growth of Osce- taxpayer on its lists is most remarkable, and it is What is Kishimmee and Ok.cho'l j I bersbip in this organization are either

t such "amusement"enterprises prohibitive ola county which. was 98 6. is still more than four doubtful if there is another county in the whole .bee. doing about their sections ofII<' proprietors or editors, of the papers
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times that of the entire state, showing that our United Slates which can equal that record Tambea Trail' I'rosp(',," are our they represent. The association hasseveral

t Newspapers which resort to "cooking schools," growth si. maintaining a steady ratio The settlers of that part of Texas are all of sterling I share of it from Jupiter to the St honorary members who are

"mysterious women" and a hundred and one other I We feel proud of this showing It means much stock. They are thrifty and industrious They l I.ucie county' line will. ,be graded soon not eligible' to active membership ,

such clap-trap methods to secure advertising patronage to Osceola county. Ihmk of ihe advertising value cultivate their lands intensively t They grow the I and ,it is to ,be hoped the extension toOkeechobee Sarasota Times,

should be placed in the same class with the in the fact that this county .is the fastest growing best of crops and raise the finest live stock. They 1 and KiHsimmee will soon I The Miami' Metropolis-P -

advertising fakers against whom they prate so county in a slat which is admittedly making more produce what they consume and have a large surplus lie under wav W.t Palm Keach the Congressional' trip( down says the anent Kis

ten and to profusely. 01'1' gams in population than any other just at the stock to dispose of. and that makes them in. Sun J' simmee "The original purpose of

: : present time dependent They have not put forward men the
any We need a hard-surfaced highway congressional trip was for inspection II
A whole article This has been due the fact prominent politics because the of that '
page printed on pink paper growth largely to in |people from KiHsimmee to St. Cloud and of the KissImmee river from a
it used by the Palatka News to announce the opening that the advantages of Osceola county have been section have not wasted their time in idle discussion from Kis.immee to the Polk county standpoint of advantages for national -

of a movement to establish a National Country advertised to the world through the progressive of partisan politics. There is no political line---Kissimmee Valley Cazetta defense" Boy, page the Times- .

dub for newspaper men near that ctiy. Looks tout policies of the Board of County Commissioners and strife there. The citizens devote their spare time Yes brother and if your county is Union. This is certainly food for argument -
like have make the Boards of Trade of St. Cloud and Kissimmee, in of music and and in
some newspaper men_ begun to a enjoyment art innocent going. to keep her good faith with against "national"
noise like A element this has been the distribution of and that is for their prepared
millionaires. large in sports one reason marvelous Brevard county, you need a hard-surfaced ness, especially tarried to such extremes -

i'' the Kissimmee Valley Gazette and the SI.Cloud prosperity. ', highway from St. Cloud to the We would suggest to Captain -

The Arcadia Enterprise suggests a baby exhibit Tribune to hundreds of people in the North who In the adjoining county of Comal I almost identical Brevard county line.-Melbourne Clay Johnson that he petition i

sl at the county fair, because they are the best and were interested in Florida many of whom were thus conditions prevail. The German farmers there Times. Congress immediately to have the ,

most important product of DeSoto county. Which influenced to come here and make their homes also have splendid farms and the county roads are -+- Lilly recognized as an auxiliary cruiser : .,

reminds us that Kissimmee could show up well ins From now on we will adopt the slogan : COME in good condition. A few years ago the jail Was Congressman S. M. Sparkman, who and mount several batteries of

an exhibit of that kind, for. there are certainly more TO THE FASTEST GROWING COUNTY IN THE converted into a storehouse for hay and grain, as has been spending the last two weeks 14 inch guns on his hurricane deck. f

r babies here to the city block than in almost any FASTEST GROWING STATE IN THE UNION. there was no crime in the county There were no with a distinguished party visiting Certainly in the state of war the ?'

city in Florida. -- mortgages. on the books and there was no suit for II the Kissimmee river valley has returned -I world is in at this moment no precaution ,

j ...:--::- ROAD BUILDING INTERESTS AT WAR debt pending at the fall term of court At New I to Tampa and declares the sec should be overlooked to have

i We extend sympathy to Editor Bell, of the T a- I Braunfels the county seat there is a woolen mill lion one of great fertility and one I our great nation prepared tb meet the t

\ area Herald whose plant was destroyed by fire operated by water power and the town is one of that is bound to be very important enemy with his own weapons especially '
si a 1 '' last week. Through the kindness of Editor Leach, Because Florida just at present is the principalroad the show places of the great state. when properly drained The party i \ on the Kissimmee river where I'
building in the South the battle
state
groundfor went through the Everglades canals
of the Leesburg Commercial the Herald will the water at the mouth is at least
con- These should be object lessons to I two
} the war between the "brick trust"and the communitiesin to Fprt Lauderdale and Miami-"
tinue to be issued weekly from the feet in depth due to the of .
Leesburg forming
plant "asphalt trust" and other "road trusts" has been other states. It is evident that where farmers Tampa Tribune. ) a \
o ,1 until a new plant can be installed at Tavares. moved to the peninsulua. About the best argumentin and mechanics attend to business and do their work -<0-- good fat sand bar there during the ref

: :- I thoroughly they can become independent. An Osceola county farmer has cent heavy rains. If the German i
regard to ihe merits and demerits of the concerns pro .
The Board of Trade of Bradentown has followed who are seeking contracts is the following from : :- duced between 75 and 100 bushels of cruisers: should find thin exposd and ,.;

the I lead of Osceola county and has subscribed\ (the Bradford County Telegraph WRITING FOR "THE PAPER" dasheens on a half-acre tract. lie I I unprotected: spot on American Ihip ,

rr I for 500 copies of the Manatee River Journal to be | : states that they Tire easier to glow I!' (ping, think of the havoc they would J
Hi sent to living the North who I We have received two large pages of reprint I : -- ; create by sending their great battle '
persons in ale interested t than potatoes. and that he used
from the I Eustis Lake Region besides another, sheet I There.is plenty of good common sense III the no I Irumnucinl : tin
misers
in Florida Boards of trade and. I up Kissimmee It's terrible
I'I'I
county com fait ''II/'r.
x of poster sire, condemning the brick toads of Orange I following editorial from the Bradford/ County 1elegraph mils a light' : up- to . .
missioners all over the stale have seen the wisdom. plidition, of impost 'I'he United1States I contemplate n ul we would urge
? of the plan adopted here and have followed in and I'mellas counties and lauding, ( the sandasphalt I published' at Slarke I "'parln'nt, of :\JTI( H'uFtuie "is on SOiutor Hijan and ('ongresamenSears I
s1 footsteps I roads of Lake county In another paper we n will those \slio make it a business to'' and Spud Kmaii that thev tI""y.
our
; mtiMsttd in the iiltiiM of tins (din I{
I see this reprinted and marker) "aclveiltsemc, ." I I'i'h the newspaper offices with. missives, that they paiatiK ne"v\" tuber, and. 'has issued I We would also ask that the ,

fiom winch we infer thai the "literature"was paid to have published', learn to write to the point ? I limes Union r.pare( u, a:"i\ snore Britminis j
)
1 1' i : Is who visit Miami must t have while chauffeurs a booklet on their prpaiation( for Ui
for by the who built (lie', 1 Lake Why don't they use the terse, lyle the 1 "national"
'i I company county concise papers on (preparedness> un-
( for their automobiles\ If lounsls enter the ble use I loiida I FII'm..r and Homo : j
roads The brick which alleged work ? If they did their would be std this
trust
j with drivers I. is to use writings vulnerable. )point in out state
city negro a committee immediately in I I Orange and Pinellas fits, and Ed.I likely to the columns of the be .
-:' forms the visitors that they must dispense with thecervices I counties, is given appear in papers instead seeker.Congressman fottilied' with forts and' protected t
I Scott chairman, of the stale road commission of the waste baskets. This is the season for I Sears, of Kmsimmee baimoted 'I'u.s..rOl.e'hobee \\
of the while there and white chauffeur
is furnished negro a I whose judgment in road matters does not seem to advertising meetings and conventions. fairs and arrived in Stuart Sunday I ('all. :i i.J
Some ol he
( garage owners have be above the mediocre boards of trade and these couldnot t
is freely quoted as beingin matters gatherings .
# j joined with the white chauffeurs >, ,-wj, .
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their -
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in fight v g -MJsjsjSivv Jv i.frs Mxv\j>j-LOiyy>j>JXj>j\yxi*
i favor of the sand-asphalt roads. Pictures of take place were it not for the free ads in the
I refuse to repair cars or sell them gasoline, if they brick roads constructed by jackleg "engineers" papers. But the "copy" seldom lest than a col- 40t'v440400 OOOO

r ; I are driven by negroes._ ___ Orange county badly injured by water are also umn in length and would occupy more space than I 1
: : 0 produced. can be spared. The editors are too busy to revise STATE PRESS COMMENTS: I' ]
Core the I
Mjahlon editor
veteran newspaper of It seems that Florida is destined to become a the matter, and as. it is generally of little or no interest !
Orlando, has presented Joe Hugh Reese, editor of . .
: battle ground between the brick trust the asphalt t to their readers, they throw it into the waste i' V9VV99999"9 99999 1I'-'X'99QOOOOOOOOOo-OOOOO H <0 0 Qo
: the Reporter-Star, with a collection of five pistols trust and other "mt sls." who intend to grab the baskets. If the concise style had been .
that he used r newspaper Fixtures of a saloon in St. Petersburg selves. The committee is made of
to "keep handy"when he was editing' I txa payers and pull them this way and that just like used and a lot of unnecessary dope eliminated! it I up
old costing $3,000 sold for $10. Gilbert I each of
the Reporter in the early days of the state. the eesburg Commercial -
.4 the cab men do passengers coming out of a railway would probably have been published.
Wonder if Gore thought Joe needed them to protect station and to them will be added a score or more Many of the missives reaching us from the national Don't you know that Mr. Davis, of the i ; Edwin Lambright of the

y himself from Clarence Woods the Kentucky of "engineering"companies, who do not care what department of agriculture and other government package law fame is a popular hero ,I I Tampa Tribune, and J, H Reese of
s editor of the Eustis Lake Region. And one of the have the defect among dispensers of the fiery liquid. )I i
kinds of roads be constructed so that they get the departments same Theyare | the Reporter-Star The revision comC
guns was a duelling piece too. job of building them The taxpayer furnishes the too long and long-winded.. The write/8 -Plant City Courier. I|I mittee will probably recommend some

swag and his say-so ends there Commissionersor should not try to say too much at one time, but -T important changes in the
From There is dire perturbation and deep I present organic -
the the East Coast treated the
r way I papers committees, or supervisors decide the class of give the matter in broken doses. articles.-Orlando Reporter-
t congressional trip which was conceived, planned pavements to be used and these men, as a rule The state board of health could do more good if cogitation in the pretty little town up Star. )
the I the line these days. The edict has
and carried Kissimmee
out by Board of Trade
know no more about (the mailer than they know they boiled down the information (that is worth I
in order show the distinguished need (I I gone forth from headquarters of the Couriin
to visitors the
smaller and broken j While The
into
t. ' aid about the>' English language The most glib-tongued printing) compass gave 1 A. C. I I.. that the name of Lake Alfred no wise agrees
of for Kissimmee
government the river\ one representative of the interests lands the job unless doses Much of their copy received at this office with the anti-brick roads sentiment /
3 jI would think that the whole trip was gotten up by I some other representative uses arguments more has to be thrown away because it is unreadable I must come off the railroad station I which Editor Clarence Woods of the
them for the benefit of the Everglades. They stole there, for the reason that it is
antediluvian machine Kutitia Lake Region has
d powerful than talk. It \i printed on some copying been endeavoring -
t all the thunder of the trip and remind one of the After the taxpayers have voted bonds for good which makes the blurred lines curved like the parallels telegraphically so much like nearby to create in favor of the sand-
steam calliope which comes last in the circus parade I I of the globe. The board well Lakeland that confusion in train or- asphalt construction, feel s
rrs roads they should employ a reputable consulting on a map can ders is sometimes inevitable and we that the
but makes more noise than all the rest of the engineer to decide what class of road to build and afford to have the copy set up arid printed in a wrecks have been narrowly averted :, action of the Orlando board of trade,

procession put together. to draw up the specifications as to construction and printing office. more than once And as the railroad in asking for his expulsion\ from the

- - drainage, bridges and reinforcing where such is No concerns ever do so much gratuitous workas name determines what the place is I'( Florida Press Association and the i

i The Wauchula Advocate says that Albert Williamson needed The great present and future use of automobiles the newspaper publishers, and those who ask known as by the outside world, the Central Florida Highway Association

=s , threatens to give Jacksonville a penny afternoon makes it, in our opinion, necessary to have them for favors should not impose on good nature town might as well officially is silly and uncalled for. Mr Woods

c daily. The Advocate adds that "if, Albert I brick pavements on all heavily traveled roads. by asking for too much space Neither should they itself in conformity.-Auburndale rename is entitled to his views on road con-

is i 1 pulls off this stunt there will be something doing in One reason for good roads is the attracting of new consider themselves such perfect wnters that no News struction and the fact that he is' a

the old town but to make It complete he should settlers and in deciding on a pavement it shouldbe : correction of their copy is necessary. Corrections -+- hard and uncompromising fighter on

have Taylor as a cartoonist." Albert is the most chosen with regard to greater use in the future I are more than apt to be needed, and the lines shouldbe Soon there will be a meeting of the the side he lines up with is i greatly

vitriolic writer in Florida journalism and would undoubtedly than the present. MacadamVas formerly a good spaced sufficiently far'apart to admit of putting committee on constitution and bylaws to his credit. There will be a still 1

make things hum. when he felt like it. and standard pavement but the incohesive particles in corrections. of the Florida Press Association. A livelier fight if the ousting of Mr.

w but unless he felt like writing ofteoer and in more it is composed of cannot well stand the suction few days ago the Tampa Tribune observed I Woods is ever broached in the meetings -

f, abundance than he does in hit weekly Floridian he from the automobile tire*. But brick will not DeSoto county has organized a fair associationand it as significant that the com- of either of these two bodies -of

had better stay out of the daily field. Usually the make a lasting pavement unless it i i. set on' a good will hold a county fair at Arcadia. About time mittee was composed of editors who which he is' a valued member.-Plant

A 'S IHoridiail consul of three-fourth legal advertising foundation between rigid curbing and the roadbed we of Osceola were planning a fair of our own instead favored the making of a press association City Courier. rj'

wh3e-the*other"lourth is made up of stale jokes is well drained at all time To insure proper construction I of helping advertise Orange county by sending for bona-fide newspaper men, Only one university. In Japan IB ,tf

t clipped; Arr from magazineit. *. .,. ___.__. employ a good engineer. ._ .. our exhibits there. I all of whom had so expressed them- open to women. w 7 a
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..'News, and':;'Notes Special of the '"Wonder : a I". : .0". peps.ec.: : ,' sL r r,11 fI,f


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':On Tuesday evening the beautiful I bride > .- .. ."
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home of Mr.. and Mrs. L. Williams The '
/ was the scene of much merry making:, 'who wi "

1,; some. of Mr.the and ladies Mrs.and Williams their friendsgiving a sur Wis.Mrs., get( (she. benefit at the: time you Want it. '

prise. About one hundred and fifty the
I were present. As it was so near nois are we have overbought and must turn'1 1i .
Thanksgiving the committee of nine Union
dressed up as Puritans, and the stunts be held X N
were all suggestive of Thanksgiving. Stock into Cash in the NEXT 30 DAYS '
After the stunts, baked beans and Kenney
lots of other good things were served Mr. tr k
The house was beautifully decorated spent
with ftowers All enjoyed the evening Mr.
,'. and were thankful for the friendship ford !\ HAVE CUT THE PRICES FROM
of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. few "' '
: J. J. Whitbetk returned 'last Wed- ing for
; ne day after spending the summer in Capt. TO' 50 PER CENT.
r' Ohio and Michigan lie had a pleas.4 /
ant summer but i. glad to be buck 1 mglit ytP
.
ullIin. I St Clo, < .
I Miss t
')\ Mr and :Mrs ippmrolt, of Kansas uidiv I \ article in our store is marked in plain figures. To
)h r J Cit10.: .. came in Friday i morning : every
e7 1. end will spend the winter. her Sam" '( we have put'an extra tag on each article with the sale '
]
N A. Strait who bus spent l the ) ,
A past t Ihioe weeks in St Cloud, left I oni"Jr.Pine can tell the regular value and sale price.
Saturday night for Washington: I n. COn C loud I) I
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.; I Friday evening Mr. and ,1.1. I Mis : ) (! I
I;. Harmon entritained Ml'. and :\\11'", < II'Hny'(!
'/. J. Vieiluid' Mr and Mis l Ialberry') C. L.

,""il'. and. Mr. and Mis Hoppee and (laughter .und
:e' J. M Hassell has removed to Yam- ('loud ....
I' ate FIn. .1 Mr. 4

W. B. McMaken, who spent the. neice, < to see for yourself. Do not wait until the best has been '
;. summer In Foil Wayne, Ind., returned \ '
'-;\ to St. Cloud last week to spend and will! early and inspect the goods and prices. Any article ''
: the winter with his old comrdaeu Mr
Mrs. J. B. Wehtcott spent Tuesdayin have b, for you with a small payment down. i)
Kissimmee Iowa,
G. H Reynolds, of Tampa, was a the glad town customers we will give mail orders prompt atten-
'o St. (loud visitor on Saturdt.y last The
'. Miss Lillian Berton, who has been hold of the cut prices and prepay charges. If you are un' 4
spending the past two weeks with her R. hall \

I nerd, Mrs Bissett, returned to her in the store, write, us your wants and we will use every effort to t '
Saturday. Don't
home in Kissimmee on
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Saturday, November 20, Judge W. '
H Hulbert and Mrs Lula McAfeewere I 1). L. ,
quietly married at Kissimmee. Blank
Only a few friends were present at in lon. '
the The groom was a sergeant holidaysMrs q x
ceremony SUGGESTIONS FROM. OUR IMMENSE STOCK
of Battery C., 1st Ohio Light\ I .
\ Art, and served four years and four Mass., (" <
t k,, months in the army. He was one of the
I i f the first to locate in St.. Cloud, coming FOR MEN GIFTS FOR LADIES
i here from western Nebraska. TheO te
is the Ideal Gift for womankind. It expresses good taste se
-- gif<' of jewelry that are selected with JEWELRY value. In the suggestions, given below, you will "
. (" CCU .UO' Reuben Men do not indulge themselves in suited to every lady on your list. Each line-it ;
0'O \Mr would like because they dislike to represented in our store by a large variety of patterns and a wide rangeof
UNION CENTER 4'O 0 fannl>. chosen gifts are the more apreciated. prices. Should you wish to order by mail. and leave selection to us,
will the utmost value for the indicate. We fill order
you get price you
OC.OO OO CO+O++ i"V you make the proper selections,
\ester 'pon honor. .
'., Mr. and Mrs Carlson and Mr. and : Judge W r
GIFTS A... WOMAN LIKES TO GIVE-AND RECEIVEBud
& Mrs Brent of St Cloud, were guestsof couple MEN APPRECIATE
Vases Neck Chains Vanity Cases f' 4'
H. Funk Thursday .
t Dr. and Mr< H. gle --
Wrist Watches 'Dinner .Ring Souvenir Spoon ;
afternoon Mr. Safety Razors laVallieres Gold Lockets Opera Glasses I -
Irene Milliard returned from Shi- \\' Fountain Pens Cameo Brooches Signet Rings Puff Boxes }y
""i loh, N. C., Sunday, whore she has. Mrs. Cases Clutch Pencils Diamond Rings Friendship Bracelets Sterling Silver a '
.
I.J ] been visiting for several months. mee Cigar Lighter Gold Bracelet Toilet Set Cut Glaze <*1ll
.. .Mrs. A. D. Story was the guest of J. F. Boxes Cigar Stands Pearl Strings Picture Frame Parisian; Ivory e I 11
+!-, Mrs!, J. G. Harvey Sunday. from Military Brushes Gold Beads Tatting Shuttles Mantle' Clockf'' ,' ?r;' ftl
:. '_ Mr. and Mrs. Lester of Kissimmee, Mrs. Sets Pocket Flasks Circle 'Brooches Manicure Sets Fountain: Pens, ixfN; '* ,
t','( visited :Mrs George Ilaje O Sinday af Sunday Letter Openers Set Rings Mesh Bags Percolators a
,. ternoon. lull Tape Measures Watch Fobs Desk Sets Chafing Dishes tl

Mrs Allen and little daughter, of .:-:":">:. Desk Decanters Calendars Coral Rings Card Cases Casserole dot
Orlando, are the gusts' of Mi and! > Gold Crosses Silver Spoons Leather Goods
Mrs. Me>'ers. M I'H. Allen is Mi I \ley-: .:. ( II : Clothes Brushes Rosaries Buckles Silk Umbrellas ,
, era' sister I I Traveling Sets Bar Pins .silver Novelties Flower Vases ) '
Miss Ix'Iva Niswongtr visited 1 I.ily I ':-:-:-:" > : : : I Thermos Bottles Gold Watches ( Lingerie Clasps Traveling Sets i
Belle Hughe Sunday :-li,'.. ( ; Links Smoking Sets Cameo Lockets Shopping Bags Silverware"WhereBeauty i'
Pins Picture Frames Dresser Clocks o
Mrs. Louise Cochran, of Krs.irumce went to {
.. visited Sat ucalay! and! Sunday they]
with Mrs. Jeff Barber. ''Mrs: .
Ruth and Edna llarvev spent, the I I Mr. (; CHILDREN and Usef ulnessMerge"
week-end with Mrs Longcnetker in : visiting
.''cr, for that possess beauty usefulness in the home. Gifts that are "t
Smith and Evelyn tailed on to make the "young folks"and the "little tots" GIFTS toilet ware. These are always suitable and provide; '
Main( and Mrs Spreng Sat I Mrs < .linas. Their appreciation is sincere, a wide latitude of taste and expense. You may choose from .
afternoon. I FI<> | you experience the true spirit of these in safety.SILVERWARE. .

Blanche McClam( i is the Chi'is. hose Jewelry, silver, gold, these things are TOILET WARE CUT GLASS .
leader for next Sunday Mrs W. : are the treasured gifts of later years. Tea SpoonsSalad Hand Mirrors Salad Bowls 'a sf'
and we anticipate a good :Mrs 11< ForksSandwich I lairBrushes Bud Vase
Be sure to attend and you Munn \ BABIES Trays Powder Bo\es Punch Bowls ") a
greatly benefited. Bell!, < Silver. Apple Cutters Ilair Combs Oil Cruets '-i"
and Mrs. Wetherboo tailed at (Charles Mugs Coffee Sets Manicure Trays Water BottlesCasseroles '
M: Smith home )Friday after Mr. Teething rings Salve Boxes Mayonnaise Sets +r
Dress Pins
Knives and Forks Cuticle l
gia 11 Knives Olive Dishes I
J Haye visited her mother on left Baby Spoons I Carving Sets Nail Polishers Lemonade Pitchers
Pens Bracelets I
I I.Mrs. Mrs Neck Chains Bouillon Sf| :sons Shoe Buttoners Creamers and Sugars
Meyers returned from Or Weall! Knife and Fork Cream Lads: Talcum Holders Uerry'Di.hes )
last week, where she had been Mr. Silver Rattles Bud Vases Nail Clippers I lower Vases
her grandmother, Mrs Haus guests Signet Rings Fish Forks Comb and Brush TraysSalts and Peppers
visitor at Berry Glove Stretchers
Smith was a ton on Gold Lockets Spoons Jelly Dishes
Center Sunday lie has re- Mr. Brushes Set Rings Cold Meat Forks Shoe Horns Water Sets '
his position at Orlando and is the Souvenir Spoons Butter Spreaders Nail Brushes Fern Dishes '
at F. U. Lawson's new S : Tea Sets' Desk Clocks Celery Trays ; h
market in Kissimmee. Please the Young Folks" Mantle Clocks Plateaux Electric LampsPercolators

r CAMPBELL oo oooo ITEMS V oCo O tacked validity The r Chafing Dishes Dinner Gongs, Etc. Kre



.. OOOO OOOO : brought Key. < will be open evenings after December 1st. .
Sunday was footwashing in Primitive he did
at Baptist church. A large crowd engaging I Friends to come with YOU and FEAST
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i attended.J.
dealer,
-, J..A. Rouse and family moved to license Eyes. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS I
'10";', ''thjs' city a few weeks ago The
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'! Berry and Alva Savage visited Katherine -
',< Patmn'Sunday. a,
William; Clark and Miss Lilly Lanier lahassee JEWELRY COMp.ANYI f
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.<-Judge T.< M. Murphy, : of Kissimmee. .
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(Mattie Belle Harris Editor. ENTERTAINMENT TO BE GIVEN
j in the business section of the city, TO MARKET AT A MORE superintendent iii the Sunday, i

AT HIGH SCIIOpL AUDITORIUMON but already the property .owners in RAPID PACE NOW, BUT, EX- school: Work of the Fresbyterian '

Request b seas t. all patron of tke Valley Gazette t. ae hern. NIGHT OF DECEMBER 5TH the residence section on each: side CHANGE IS STILL DELAYING church,. will:hold an institute in KUr
FOR BENEFIT OF ATHLETICAND
1 society treat te ike. Editor for pnUkatioa in these calraaiS LIBRARY FUNDS.On 1 are beginning an agitation for extensions SHIPPING FOR RIPER FRUIt immee. Tues
y . and it is likely that when the AND BETTER PRICES. There will b, two cessions; one begin: i

1 ; . . .8.8..111.1818181.11101010101010.0101.18'01010101ij . December 3, work of filling behind the present ning at 3 o'clock and the otherat .7: h t
Friday evening,
- - bulkhead is complete that they will be Shipment of citrus fruit from the o'clock p. m. AH the Synday school
CAMPFIRE GILRS of solos which were well rendered and 7:30: o'clock, the Woodland Fairies,
ready to start the work o/ bulkhead- state is going ahead more rapidly in workers, regardless of church: : affilla-.
The Oskito Campfire Girls left for greatly appreciated. an opperetta for children: ) will be given -
ij I ti."t\ . ing in front of their property" The the last few days, although the move- tion, are cordially invited to attend n'i
C M
Nov. 24, the school auditorium for the
Island Wednesday, at
Paradise SUNDAY SCHOOL : bulkhead i 1. mad at cwn<:T..t. slab, ment is not near so heavy as at thesame these meetings and get the, benefit of ;a( 'i
the Thanksgiving holidays. benefit of the athletic association and
to spend CLASS ENTERTAINEDThe reinforced with steel l and Jrivwn in period last year. The Florida( the expert knowledge of thl em- J +'

Those in the party were Mary Tiller, Westminster class of the Presbyterian the school lib ary. More than one like piles. These.. exaba I eleven.l feet Citrus Exchange is not shipping ,cient man. Some of our people will )'
and Mattie Stanford, Nor- hundred children of the primary, intermediate I
Margaret Sunday school entertained at in length, liNt dovw-taulwd! sw us to heavy and is seemingly delaying shipments remember having heard him hereabout

ma Griffin, Grace Gilbert, Muriel the home of Mrs. G. Holmes Prather I and grammar school make a soltxi wall and are. capped witha I I to await riper fruit and better a 'year ago.KISSIMMEE< k
Prentis, Lois\ Johnson, Ada Louise grades will take part in the operetta
Friday evening, Nov. 11! with a surprise top some tv v feet ti* thirty inohxs I prices The majority of the cars
Carr Ellen An- and treat is in store for thosewho
Simpson, Katherine a rare
party, celebrating the birthdayof j in width The wall. is strengthened' I sent to the markets during the past
't Bted and Violet Bullock. They were attend. Admission 15 cents for WANTS
their teacher, Mrs. J. W. Evans. by brass' placed "Jtlf.lnstJ."J: men"at : week have been from packing houses
Mrs. Howard Katr, children and 25 cents for adults.
chaperoned by The rooms were tastily decorat intcnal]< uf ln tc tw"Hw ft. The other than those of the organization.
their guardian, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr and "Woodland Fairies" is a very pretty l '
in yellow and green, the Thanksgiving I filling in prvcww. fn now proofdmgrapidly I Locally the packing house, formerly PEACE CONFERENCE
Miss Allie Glenn. operetta, the libretto of which :
scheme being carried out. When the J. dy ie bout being op''rated owned! by Mach Brothers, and now
st s written Mrs. Alexander Rob- i
was by
Continued from
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CAMPING (PARTYA all guests had assembled and Mrs. erts and the music by Edmund Rogers. -, day and rujrht.The 'being managed by H, C. Lightsey, page i it

party of young people are camping Evans had been enticed over, an im- I party was taken aboard alaunch who has contracted it from J. R. issued ,;'
The story of the play is as follows Thanksgiving proclamation by
at Fish Lake a few days this I II mense pumpkin wns brought in on a : and b""W ades a short cruise Bronson, this week shipped 8 carloadsof I President George Washingtah Jan. 1, 1,

,/ week. They left Wednesday after- platter and placed in front of her. Natura Benevola Queen of the along the Uk.frout was given a visitto fruit up to today, whereas the Kis- I, 1795. He also read by way of con- '

noon and will remain until Saturday. This, on being opened, contained the Kingdom of Woodland, situated' in the the .Jrt'
I Those in the party are Misses Lilian little gifts from each member' of the region of Summer tyme, begins her the machinery was explained affiliated with the Exchange, shipped Woodrow Wilson. He then gave j_
Prentis, Maud Alice Wagner, Nina class. At 1 o'clock\ a luncheon was servedby only one car, but expects to send out a"'
brief, but joyous reign, by dismissingtwo the following reasons why we should .
Bratton, Helen Baas, Kathleen Bear- A "Thanksgiving Turkey" contert of her Trumpeters, Norrawin and the Sanuford Commercial Club at two or three more today and tomor- observe a national Thanksgiving: '

Marie Maurine Dann, Ethel entered into, the first prize, the Royal Cafe. Representative For-
den, Boyd, was a Eeswinn, who have become obnoxiousto row.The 1. For the ideal location of our ;
Gilbert, Orpha Rose, Dotsie Thomas sealing wax: outfit, was won by Miss her by their unruly conduct, and rest Lake presided as toastmaster. movement of grapefruit for nation. 4
.
Martha Belle Harris.KING'S Lucy Witherspoon, and the booby, a appoints in their stead Soowin and Short talks were made by "Bob" Holly the twenty-four hours ending Tues- 2. For the liberty of our people.

. small tin turkey, by Miss Evans of editor of the Sanford Herald Con- day was 16 cars; movement of grapefruit : .
DAUGHTERS Weeswin of gentler nature.In 3. For the unity of our nation. "
Orlando. Miss Lorene Donegan was gressman W. J. Sears. ex-Governor for the week ending same date "
Lottie Lawler delightfully her speech from the throne she 4. For our growth as a nation.
Misses Lola and given a box: of mints, for having displayed Thatcher, of Kentucky, who is now a was 99 cars; movement of grapefruit national ;'
entertained the King'sDanglers assures her loving subjects of her 5. For our prosperity. ,
marked talent and unusual artistic resident of Sanford; :Mr Jones, of In- for the season same date was 1051 .t
their home Church continued protection, and selects four 6.o'or our peace, amid the world ;,
at on ability in a drawing and riddle diana, a winter visitor; John M, Lee, cars; the movement of oranges for
of her lovely daughters to assist her- war. !
street Saturday evening. The house contest.A H. C. Stanford, E E. Naugle, E. C. the twenty-four hours ending Tues- ',!
decorated with red and self in the government of the king- 7. For the fact that we are a religious -
was prettily chicken salad course was served, I Bryan, J. W. Thompson, M. Katz, R. day was 76 cars; the movement of or- nation.

green, carrying out the Thanksgivingidea. followed by hot chocolate, marshmallows dom.The T. Butler, of Kissimmee; Dean Spencer anges for the week ending same date
little flowers, and feathered population Dr. Holt closed his discourse by referring -
Favors were turkeys. and birthday cake. Two most of Miami, the Indian agent of the wall 492 cars; the movement of or- {
especially, are their care, and to some personal reasons why
During the evening a guessing contest surprising things about this surprise Federal government; and M. F. Robinson anges for the season to same date
Dainty refreshments they disperse to their allotted tasks, I we should be personally thankful at
was enjoyed. party were that the cook forgot the of Sanford. was 1821 cars. The total movementof )
sandwiches and mints while the Queen remains under a this time, and then read some originalverse
of salad candles on the birthday cake-all but Following the luncheon the partywas citrus fruit since September 15th
served. Those were leafy canopy to watch events, and dispense which will be printed next week.
were present sixteen, and then, too, since this time taken in automobiles for a visitto was 2872 cars.

l i Misses Peggy Bobbitt, Ella Mae Gil- one white and aged member of the justice. the celebrated lettuce and celery Lacy Johnson, who is private secretary -
bert, Louise Clark Louise Thomason, Soon Celandria returns with a sad each side Earl Holmes J.
; feathery tribe has failed to be locatedat fields. For nine miles on Lupfer, i'rather I to Congressman W. J. Sears,
Nina Bratton, Elsie Norton, Helen his usual sleeping quarters and if I tale of injury to some of her feathered of the brick highways east and west S. Cadel, W. B. Crawford, Congress- will leave tomorrow for Washington ,

I Bass Reichkart, Mrs. L. H. Ingram, the pastor's family over sleep these folk; upon which the Queen issues'I of the city there were fields after and Dr. D.I N. Cone, of White Springs, i to take up his duties there during the 4

Mrs. E. E. Wells. Mrs. Sam Ragsdalo, a command to the. Trumpeters to lettuce and who hunting which I
composed
mornings, the blame, it is feared, will I fields filled with growing a party coming session of Congress.
Mrs. W. N. Harris. justly lay at the door of the refresh- search Woodland for the offender. celery. The lettuce crop is now being left Kissimmee last Friday, returned I

MISS PEARCE. *ENTERTAINSMiss ment committee. Anyway, we are He is found in the form of a truant marketed and the fields were fill- Tuesday after a fine outing. They Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day t

Pearce of Mrs. thankful that they are not all "chick- school-boy, and sentence is pronounced -, ed with workers. The pretty green brought back four deer, three or four I Tour' druiflM will ftl.OId MOMT If FAZOO1NTMBNT ,y
Lucy daughter on him to remain under the spell I lalll to cat ..' caw, W lately ;,
made wild turkey 150 and 50
entertained number en-hearted. rows of growing produce a quail squirrels Bllml.Bl.cdla w rrotrndlM Hie!.6to 144ajr. .
E. L. Pearce a
of the Fairies till the close of I ... ....
of friends Wednesday evening Those present were Mesdames J. day. sight which the visitors will never to prove their prowess. TN era pplteotloa aim IUM d :Sot a,w

young Next is brought before the Queena The of this in- .. .
W. Evans Marie Butler and Susie forget. development I
at her home on Church street. Those lost child, followed present/! -- -- - -- - - -- f,

t- who attended were: Elizabeth Led- Prather, Misses Jean Caldwell, Elizabeth her companions, who rejoice in her dustry, which reads like a page from I I 1 I 4- :(.i,
recovery -
better, Margaret Lee Mamie Pilley, Peake, Lorene Donegan, Amy a fairy book, has made Sanford a "/
and and all
sport play
Joe Makinson, Dot Makinson May Makinson, E. L. Wenner, II. K. Saw- scious of the Fairies. uncon- very prosperous community and land ; ; DAY PHONE 51IIMIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMHIIIIIMIIIMIIMIIMIIH NIGHT PHONE 77'; ; -' '

Singletary, Cornelia yer, Mattie Bandy Lola Kenton, Mrs.R. values have increased from as low as -
Wlghtman, Mary r
Euphrase now approaches with old
Westfall, Mildred W. Cobb. Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Misses a few ,cents an acre to as high as
Lancaster
Wood Lois, Alpha Orel-street, Lillian Harris Jean Thomas, Bess Moseley, Etta Goody Woodland, a, tottering harmless under intruder bundle into $1650 an acre. The celery and lettuce Bailey's Daily Transfer \ \ : :

I Paul BeuUr, Murray Overstreet, Witherspoon Mrs. Van Buren, of In- a lands produce some years as high as .
of sticks. The Queen her r
Walter Baas Gerald Rivera, and Henry dianapolis, Miss Evans of Orlando, pities ; $1000 net per acre and have averaged r '

r Singletary. Misses Katherine Wilcox, Marion age and her infirmities youth for, and brief offers to restore in- for seven years over $500 an acre. i : LEAVE ST. CLOUD JOO P. M. FOR KISSIMMEE \ \ '

Refreshments of hot choClate'l Sargent, Lucy Witherspoon and Frie- a space After this visit to the celery and

marshmallows mid crackers were da Riedel. dreamland.to her When home she by is Soowin gently conducted arid- lettuce the city section and the when visitors goodbyes returnedto and : ; LEA VE KISSIMMEE 2:30 P. M. FOR ST. CLOUD \ \

erred.
CATHOLIC CHURCH Weeswin, Veronica gaily enters lead- the
F ej well wishes were exchanged
j PRISCILLA CLUB ing a gipsy, who humbly craves permission The
homeward trip began. party arrived .
The Priscilla Embroidery club was Mass Saturday, 27tn\ Nov., 7 a. m. from the Queen to sojournfor here shortly after six o'clock One Way 50c Per Passenger ) .ti

t- last Mn. M. Instructions and. confessions 3 a time in her dominion Sanford
entertained Saturday by p. m. with a feeling that people

i D. Alexander at .her home north of Rosary and confessions 7:30 p. m. His petition is granted but witha know how to entertain. The trip will

t 1 I' the city. Those who enjoyed the af- Sunday, 28th Nov., 'Mass, followed by caution to beware of nefarious prac-: no doubt result in a renewed enthu- Headquarter at Headquarters at

ternoon were Mesdames'' H. M. Pfann, Sunday school at 8 a. m. All wel- tices. The whole band then celebrate siasm for the bulkheading of the MARINES DRUG STORE PALACE DRUG STORE j I'| fl

IL N. Bratton J. L. Overstreet, Lane come. their return to Woodland with dance lakefront here, the visit being a rev I
I St. Fla. Phone
.' and Cloud 51 Kissmmee, Fla., Phone 41 ; ;
I Paulk, S. W. Thornton, R. D. Guice, song.Day elation to many who were only luke-

Redwood, H. W. Morrow, H. H. Huff, EPISCOPAL CHURCH closes wiht the liberation of warm towards the local proposition.Rev. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 "Vf;

Waring, Coulton and Stout. The club Sunday next is the first Sunday in !I the schoolboy.The .

will meet with Mrs. W. C. BUSH to- Advent. Services as follows: Sun- Fairies, who have at intervals Chisholm will preach at the \

Jay school 10 a. m., Holy Communion enlivened the scene by their merry Christian church Sunday morning on ::11
afternoon.
morrow . it which every communicant is ask- strains sing together a roundelay, "Look to the Rock Whence Ye were

MOTHERS AND TEACHERS CLUB ,d I to communicate, 11 a. m. Evening and amid the dying notes of the Hewn." At night he will preach on Only 30 Days Left )

The Mothers and Teachers Social >rayer and sermon 7:::10. trumpets, darkness and silence settle "The Coming of Kingdom."

e1 \ and Literary club held an interesting Rev. W. H. Ball's last services be- down on beautiful Woodland. -- ,

i meeting at the Chapter House Friday fore leaving for his new work at __ The Quinine That Does Not Affect The .Heal

i afternoon which was marked by a I Miami and the east coast. Mrs. Winton Luwlcr, of Lakeland, Because 01( it. tonic end laxative rftect, I.AXATIVH 1ft
L BROMO OU1NINKU better than ordinan
' good attendance. Mrs. W. B. Makin- I Thanksgiving Day I there was the m the guest of her father-in-law, Quinine( mad doe not cause ncrvouine, Dorr1DVD. Before ChristmasA.

3 ; son and Mrs. J. A. Hewins were hostesses service of Thanksgiving, namely, the Rev. S. W. Lawler. and family. "ok for. In the head,icoature Remember,of K. the W., full GJtOVK.name,3V and

, 1 for the afternoon and had rr- "Holy Eucharist," at which there wasa 1,

ranged a program of musical numbers fair congregation present; and also -- -- -- j

s. and readings which was well ren- at the first Vespers on Wednesday -4 '\ t.. ... .... --\II"\ ,. S. Gilbert can take care of your wants. 1
dered. The readings were given by evening. The collection was for the

Mrs. S. L. Lupfer,. Mrs. J. L. Over- "Aged Clergy Fund." Come and make your selection before the rush.

and Mrs. J. Cash is We Sell for Less
atreet, Mrs. M Munger, King
B. E. Evans, county demonstrator, No trouble to store goods until wanted. '
E. Lupfer. Miss Maud Alice Wagnergave
arid Miss Anne Bryan Carson, county i
selection and Misses Alma -
a piano
canning club agent, went to St. Cloud THE FAMILY STOREHARRIS
A Griffin and Leona Roberson gave
r Tuesday to attend a meeting of the For the Children .
the
fd vocal numbers. At the close of '
& PEAKE
I of committees named by the board of
., afternoon dainty refreshments
trade the truck growers and Women's
,a sandwiches, tea and marguerites were We have everything to make the children
Improvement assiciati6n there to arrange happy,
served.t .
.
:: . for exhibits at the FiveCountyFair Grasp This OpportunityMen' Dolls, Doll Carriages, Doll Furniture, Toys, Fireworks -
'r THANKSGIVING DANCE in Orlando next February. The c

11 Between forty and fifty persons St. Cloud people are active in this Gun Metal Blucher $3.50 value $3.00 Rocker Horses, Express Wagons, Cowboy t

:. enjoyed the Thanksgiving dance* at work and expect to put up a good ex Men'a Gun Metal Button $3.50 value, $3.00 and Cowgirl Suits, ; in fact everything that goes to
) last night. Music hibit.
the Country Club .
Also the Correct Shoe for growing girlsin
1.t t- ,- was furnished by the Dixie orchestra make a happy Christmas for the children. '
Patent and Gun Metal at $2.50 and $2.75
and refreshments of fruit salad, sandwiches -
1
; and. punch: were served. Your BodyProtests

Among those present were: Mr. and = BOYSAll = "For the Grown-ups'

} Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.

,M Clark, Mr and Mr-. Edgar Katz, Mr. Against CalomelYou Wool Knickerbockers Blue Serge $1.25 and $2.00 w.

and Mrs. Howard Kate:, Mrs. .W. B. -- We have Stationery, Manicure Sets, Handbags, fir'

Crawford Mrs. E. L. Lesley, Mrs. have noticed, the disagreeableeffects Lion Collars
Lion Shirt Knox Hat Handkerchiefs Hose all colors, silk and Lisle 4
H. C. Stanford, Mrs. S. H. Bullock, of calomel, that sickening nau- ,

r Mrs. B. E. Ansted, Mr. aria" Mrs. C. sea that is characteri: tic. There is no $1.00 $2.00 15c Collar Boxes, and pouches Statues, Fancy China

;t' .b Bunnell, )Mrs. Will Gilbert, Senator reason for tearing up your system in 1.20 3.00 2 for 25c
Chocolate Sets Shoes
..".- :Arthur E. Donegan, Mr. and Mrs. E. such a drastic manner.LIVVERLAX 150 quarter Sizes Hats Shirts, Underwear,

of Mr. aryl Mrs. E. E. Naugle. that wonderful Pants Dry Goods and Notions in
'' '1 .;,;o"M' C. Bryan, ; fact, everything
C. iW. J. Steed, Miss Nan Alderman ofFort vegetable compound, is just as useful Tailor Shop in Connection

i Pierce; Max Kritz, Walter Nelson as calomel for toning up your liver that goes to make up a good assortment.Give .

.. Miss Dolly Alford, Ted Glenn, and ridding your system of stagnating Repairing Alteration Fretting us a trial and be convinced
.that ,
and it does not make you
Miss Lorene Donegan Mr. Boardman, poisons, you

t': and Mr. Gilchrist, of Orlando; Mr. feel badly like calomel. It is pleasant can buy goods for less money. .'! '
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\1 Saunders of St. Cloud; W. A. Greg- to take with no unpleasant after- Watch for Our Saturday Special

.ory. GUM Smith J. S. Cadel, Russel effects. Keep it in your home for YOURS FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS .
J. K. At- health' take. AND .
:\ ,Cola, ..lb. Ruby Prevatt, r', ,
wood'Miss Glenn, K McPherson, Mr. If LIV-VER-LAX is not entirely THE FAMILY STORE A HAPPY NEW YEAR, .' '

', :rind 'lira. G. C. Livingston George satisfactory, your money will be returned ,,;,' ,

ijHU r Gardner, Walter Page Mr. Arnvbtrtmtr. without question. The original P1LUT BUILDING PHONE 291 ON BROADWAYS ): I. ,? '

: of St.. Paul, Mien, and vthen.i bears' the likeness of L. K. Grigsby.1 ,'i ,',

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.( nSSBBttt.VALLBT GAZETTX Big discount ale , ' \
f \ 0'.......... ILl.' Co All (, .at; Cola "Jewelry.. Dint forget' :tb -date,, ;Bltf sal*' : :
: daring December.:' "v opens Dec.! Ist'at Cole Jewelry'Co.' ] TAYLOR( : ADVERTISING TRAVEL 2925 MILES, .0 RANGE GRDVE TRADED
1 By"AGHBW L L .
\ :J PuUIshed rvery rrlday yertle; of hittier'spent; .. Miss Lola Lale'Uf ,

g W. .. HAH... A.. G T41. eral days In the city this week. j for Bar, Ow,to' :".spend.. ',Thanksgiving Wednesday..; aBRINGS' HIM RESULTS ,IK AUTO:TO FLORIDA FOR,OHIO PROPERTY' '.

r------- LouisX'Massey; of Orlahdo; was In with friends,, ; 1 j i, ,
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the city this week attending court. W. lM MMVIf .
are F1oa .d.tQ have you visit 1
I'I It was a, sharp knife we used on.the our .Itore"wbeth.r-rou*' : buy: ''or not you want to know whether, advertising Carl H.J Stan-eft, accompanied byhU By'a.dal: consummated.'lMs week to,

.Local Field I china values.. Let us show, you. Cole Cole Jewelry;jCo.ExSheriff'J ., pays or not ,ask George mother Mr*. C. E. Starrett, arrived through Breaker_,A ,Barclay: ,;of this
Jewelry ... 'It Vick
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, You know George don't you' ? He's having driven in a Hudson six 2925 grove, residence and store building at'
the Bass, of Canoe'Creek., was Griffin of Orlando, were visitors in the man who took the "i out of miles. They: left Elmira Ills., Oct. Campbell station to J. '',I\. ,Rouse for
among the
visitors city .
in Thursday.Work
tOOO.o"OOt.o'oooo.o.ooI' this week. many Kisslmee ;? credit and put the "c" in cash. 24, going to Chicago Toledo, Cleveland forty acre in Ohio, located on the

baskets and sweet grass bag To make a long story short, he has Erie Oil City Chautauqua, Buffalo shore of Lake Erie The deal involved

:.. Weather | Attorney Carey D. Landls of De- bottoms at The Embroidery Shop and been carrying in the Valley Gazette Syracuse, Albany down the i a valuation of about $10,000.

Report Land"w.s in the city this week at- Woman's Exchange. each week a price Jist of groceries. Hudson to New York to Lakewood

tending court. "Butter Nut" bread made by Last Saturday man walked into his N. J., Atlantic City Philadelphia, Wide band of beaver trim coat

\/I When you buy bread ask for Reed's Reed's bakery is fine. Try it the next store and bought a big bill of goods.He Wilmington Del., Baltimore Washington and skirts this season. ,

t/ Lures and precipitations as reported "Butter Nut". (8-2t time you buy bread. 48-2t seemed to know Taylor's priceson Richmond, through Fred- '.." .. .$.w

; Klssimmee by Government for the week stationat end C. B. Robinson, a prominent attorney Winton Lawler of Lakeland, came almost every article. George was ericksburg to Raleigh Columbia, S. Important to Citrus Growers

ing November 25: of Orlando, was among the up Thursday to join his wife and to I at a loss to account for this for he C., by way of Pinehurst through Augusta One Milion Citrus Trees.
attorneys spend Thanksgiving with his I knew the customer had just arrived Waynesboro 'Sylvania Savannah
t Max. Min. Rain attending court here this father I Write postal today for valuable information
1 Friday __ ____ 75 64 96 week. the Rev. S. W. ,..Lawler and family. in the city from the north. His curiosity to Brunswick, then to Jacksonville as to Citrus Trees. Important -

i i Saturday .. .. 71 46 Judge Minor Jones, of Fort Pierre, The H. C. Stanford Company has I' got the better of him and he and Kissimtnee, by way of Day- to you whether you wish to '

Sunday u____ 75 46 former judge of this circuit was a just received a new supply of Hole- asked the customer how he knew so tona. Thevxfound the worst part of I buy or not. Largest Citrus Nurseriesin
much about the prices. The reply the road within. miles of
Monday __ ___ 78 50 visitor in the city several days this proof hosiery.Mrs. Washington Florida on Sour Stock. Welikit

i Tuesday _h__ 80 57 week on legal business.U. F. B. Holland, of Bartow, one was something like this: between there and Fredericks- I Nurseries /eesburg, Fla. 44Uanl
L "Why, I read the Valley Gazette burg. Roads were paved from Buffalo ,
Wednesday _.78 56 of the leaders in the Work -
S. Senator N. P. Bryan l is in Foreign of every week up home; and I have been to Washington and most of the
Thursday __.-76 65OO'OO'OOOO'OOOO.oOOOOOO. the for the Methodist church spoke at the "
city several
days, having come watching your ads. way from Toledo to Buffalo. The
to look after legal matters at the Methodist church here last Sunday That was enough. George now be- roads from Richmond south not pav- Are Your i'

present session of court. night. lieves that the Valley Gazette ad- ed, but in good condition.

Fire It costs you nothing to feast your vertising is the finest little business Electric Lights
?) insurance taxes paid: See A. Congressman and Mrs. J. W. Sears I' They drove by easy stages not
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. SOtf eyes at Cole Jewelry Co. I getter in this neck of the wooks. '
and I make 200 miles will
Joe
son, ; will leave today or tomorrow over a day. They Out of Fix?
'Nun said when Cole Jewelry Co. for Washington where Mr. i A large delegation of the Loyal Order ] Mr. Taylor says that he is doing a spend the winter in Ozona, where

says so. Sears goes in readiness for the open I of Moose, members of the Ki sim- larger business now for cash only they have a home. Call Otceola Electric Co.C. .

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wall, of Orlando ing of Congress. mee lodge participated in the united than he formerly did for cash and They were the guests while here of .
E. GARDNER. Mgr.
spent, Sunday in the city. Thanksgiving services held in the credit. lie attributes this gain in Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cochrane. The

See the sport caps for boys and Lieut. and Mrs. S. J. Entrikin of Methodist church Thursday evening.For I business almost entirely to his adver- latter is an aunt.of Mrs. Starrett. House Wiring, Fixture
Narcoossee were in the Wednesday .
city tising in the Valley Gazette. and Repairing
at Stanford's.Mrs. .
girls winter shoes call Stanford -
on their way to St. Petersburg, your on -

B. F. Holland, of Bartow, wasa to spend several weeks enjoying the the reliable shoe man. I England has over 12,000 female IllS BROADWAY
visitor in Kissimmee Doctor's Orders. chocolate workers.
on Sunday.R. pleasures of that resort. New shoes for men, women and factory
R. Price and E. B. Sinkler Sam had had so many "miseries,"
of The Hon. Ed. Donegan, a former children; new styles and good fit-
real or feigned, that he prided himselfon
Jacksonville spent Sunday in the city. resident of Kissimmee, who is now located ters at the H. C. Stanford Company.J. 00044 ooo.oooo ooo ooooooooooot..ooooooo..o..o. 1t
his knowledge of doctors and their
25% off on all jewelry at Redditt's at Waldo, is here for a few D. Griffith left Monday for Wichita ways, says the Pathfinder. I Finallyhis
the month of December. tf H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY '
during
days Ed. hundreds
vjsit. was greeted by
Kans., to spend Thanksgiving and eyes, he thought, needed attention,
Mrs. J. S. Cadel left Wednesday for of his friends here. holidays with his daughters. Mr. and he again consulted his physician.The .

Arcadia, where she spent Thanksgiving W. B. Makinson returned Tuesday Griffith has land interests here and doctor gave him something to I i

with friendsT from a two weeks' trip to Baltimore, has been coming here for several win- I drop in his eyes three times a day. FLORIDA "Thm t.nrfoCnrAontmcffl.. I. Bfiitf M.. Il

Just right for her-sblid gold wrist New York and other points in the ters attending his fruit trees and Sam received the bottle in his professional RmrtJly Dml.r4 T".* Any Oik. S,.,. i* (,,. Uni. +t

watch. While they last $12.50 a.t, east. Mrs. Makinson met him in Jacksonville truck crops. He has out now several patient manner.
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Cole Jewelry Co. and spent the day there. thousand strawberry plants which are "Yas, Huh; yas, suh," he remarked. 4

W. S. Jordan, formerly mayor of looking fine. Mr. Griffith intends to "An' dey's one fac' you's fogot-is
Meet me face to face at Cole Jewelry
Jacksonville was a business visitor in Co.Finell. return here soon after the holidaysto I Ah to drap dese yer in mah eyes befo' BREAKER & BARCLAY

the city last Friday. market his strawberries and other meals or atter meals?" .
in Mayor May's court Tues- crops from which he expects to swell ;
Real Estate and Insurance i
Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud,
day morning aggregated $40 from arrests his bank account.. Mr. Griffith thinks ft
was in the city Monday en route to
Tampa on a business trip. made by Night Policemen Cole- so well of Florida and the (citrus fruit LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your 9 KUflmmee, Fla. .
man Monday night. Most of those business that he intends putting out

Your $. will do double service at II before the mayor were up on chargesof an orange grove for each of his three Quick's Chill Tonic cured my .l.tw hd.

Cole Jewelry Co.'s during December. being drunk and disorderly. daughter husband of LaGrippe and Fever after CII7 rr.rp_ Y

Mrs W. D. Yonnelly and Mrs. L. the doctor's medicine and other reme, ..-. c ,- to
E'I Sheriff L. H. Ingram returned Wed- Old papers, for Household use for dies failed." r..ai.u L.J. ...-
Barnes, of Winter Haven were nesday evening from Brooksville sale at the Valley Gazette office 20 M. COOPER Cfor c_____.--'Ie
V ors in the city last Saturday. LULA C. ROACH Drifton Fla.
where he went to bring back L. I. cents a hundred. tf
Mrs. J. W. Roberts and Mrs. W. F. Baker who is charged with issunig Tom Campbell tax collector of Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c. 00000... .. .... .. .... . . . .. .... . . .. . .. . . .. .

of Tampa spent last Friday worthless checks at He
Harvey Bassenger.
Palm Beach county spent a few - -- --- -- -

evening. and Saturday in Kissimmee. was lodged In jail here to await trial. hours between trains in Kissimmee 4.
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Go to Redditt' Jewelry Store for The yellow tag means money for Monday. Mr. Campbell spent his boy- 1

your Christmas presents-25"# off' onall you. Cole Jewelry Co. hood days in Osceola county at Bas

jewelry during December. tf S. B. Aultman reported that a thief senger and Kissimmee and says he i *
always feels like a boy again when he
Dr. R. W. Cobb went to Jacksonville entered his garage on Tuesday night
arrives in Kissimmee. Kissimmeeand
Saturday on a business trip. He and stole a 36-inch tire on a Baker
remained over Sunday in the state demountable him from his automo Osceola county are proud of the iI
record "Tom" has in the world
made
metropolis. I bile. Mr. Aultman says he will makeit I 1 i
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since here and ..
leaving are always
ylust the time to buy him a good warm for the theif if he is caught.
glad to have him come here for a
watch, during the sale at Cole Jewelry Allie Angle, of Tampa, who is a
visit. He was en route to Fort Myersto
candidate for the state comptrollership
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confer with the county commissioners < "
} Mr. and Mrs. Geo. O. Dean and was a visitor in the city yes- >:
there in regard to the proposed "(' '.
Miss Effa Saturday terday. Allie was kept busy shaking '(...
arrived Palm Beach ,
daughter Fort
;,1'I I Myers across .. ... j:_!
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hands with the boys and he ",'
'.. from Nashville Mich., to occupy says \ state road. Mr. Campbell it will be '('I'i t ", "'"
'"** their winter home on Emmett street. everything looks good to him over 'remembered, l is the promoter of" the ''''':'''

Attorney Mal Gibbons, of Tampa I the state. Palm Beach and Everglades railroad The : : .

and Attorney Sturkie, of Dade City, Yes, the big sale l is before and not I which i is now in the proces's of con Ragsdale Orchestra '
after Xmas. Cole Jwelry Co. '
were in the city Tuesday in connection struction.

with cases in the circuit court Lieut. S. J. Entrikin and wife, of I Theodore Ikwc-hner, the st. ('loud I )

Narcoossee, spent Wednesday in thecity gunsmith, was transacting business i

here.Old papers for sale at the Valley and were the quests of Judge I and I in Kissimmee Tuesday Mr. )De,,<'II- s'y

Gazette office. tf Mrs. G. F Krihbs. While here they ner made his first visit to Kissimmee Will Play
helped the Judge and Mrs Kribbs
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Franz and twenty-eight years ago. He settledat
celebrate their thirty-fifth wedding Fort Myers at that time, and later
Mrs. J. F. Lane, of Jacksonville, spent
last Saturday in the city. They are anniversary.Miss moved to the state of Washington.

automobile tour of the Clara Babcock arrived this From that state he moved to Port-
making an I
state. week from West Branch, Mich., having alnd Oregon, coming from that placeto at : l
been called there by the serious St. Cloud last December. 1
Mrs. D. W. Alderman returned ,
illness of her father who i is spendingthe
from a visit with relatives at Eddie Lancaster and Billie Makinson -
Monday She was accompaniewby winter at the Park hotel. We are returned from a hunt Tuesday

'-,* -/ her sister Mrs. H. E. Godwi/i, who pleased to note that Mr. Babcock i is with two fine wild turkeys and a
now improving and will soon be out buck. Like the fishermen from
will week visiting here. young
spend a The Palace Store
The yellow tag tells the sale price. again.A whom the biggest fish always escapes, Drug

Cole Jewelry Co. party of Tampa ladies on their they jumped a fine big buck Tuesday,
way home from the federation meet- but he eluded them in a chase of some
Mrs. J. M. Willson Jr., returned ing at DeLand were callers Saturdayon ten or fifteen miles. Z
Friday last from DeLand where she y7
Mrs. J. M. Cochrane Dr. Grace
No doubt that yellow tag looks
attended the meeting of the State Whitford a neice of Mrs. Cochrane, good to you. Cole Jewelry Co. FRIDAY H V
WomeWs! clubs
Federation of as a
was one of the party. The ladies made
Woman's Madame R. who has been
Voile
delegate from the League,
the trip by auto, and report a delightful
,t -i: (,of Kissimmee. week at DeLand.A. spending the summer in New York

_ : raffia at The Embroid City and Canada, has returned to Kis
Reeds and .
D. Penney of Fort Pierce wasa
simmee for a few days, but will go .
and Woman's Exchange.New
ery Shop visitor in the city Wednesday and
free instructions, and back to New York and Canada, before AFTERNOON
ideas, Thursday. Mr. Penney i is a candidatefor .
Christmas taking up her residence permanentlyat
fancy work materials for your state attorney of this district.Mr. .
gifts at The :Embroidery Shop her country place near the city.
Penney was a member of the legislature -
She was accompanied by a party of
1 and Woman's Exchange.Mr.
l from St. Lucie county at the
homeseekers whom she hopes to interest -
and Mrs. I. Martinetti, of New last session 'and has served that
in property in Osceola county.Madame .
York and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Beers county as county judge. Voile went to Tampa Mon- From 2:30To r

of Philadelphia, who are relatives of rv
" W. B. Meetch and daughter Mrs. day for a few days' visit. Madame
Mrs., W. D. Burkam were (visitors
Frain, and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Voile states that conditions in Can-
,here last week. They left for their Meetch of Pa. have
Harrisburg arrived ada are bad. She owns rental prop-
home last Saturday. in Kissimmee to spend the win- erty there which, is now bringing only

: Albert Diefendorf of St. Cloud ter and are now quartered in their one-fourth of the rentals it formerly 5:30

.. was a visitor In the city last Satur- ; winter home 322 Mabbette' street. brought, due to the financial stringency ,

J't', .''day. He was accompanied by J. C. I The two Messrs. Meetch are now off resulting from the war. I

Flsk, of New York and D. B. Londan on a hunting trip but will return

: ". of Alanreed, Texas who are spending within a few days. Yt

";+ -'to.", the winter In the "Wonder City." Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Burt, of Fort Notice To Cattle Owners
<,;.' cashier of the Bank of AlJw. -
. ; \ London is Myers stopped over in Kissimmee .
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(;,,1i: .'', Tuesday night at the Park hoteL After Dec. 1 next T will drive to the I :

I "V: < ,;Ifey a cannot'come during the day They have been spending several city pound all cows, etc., found at .

w.''..... open evnlngs During Decem- months visiting the fairs at San large on or in the vicinity of the ) e

,x 'ber\CoU:Jewelry Co. Diego and San.Francisco. They came Bicker-dike property"';:-Vina ,street F

,t."'' '. ", '', C..W. Crlfta left Tuesday for back by way of Detroit, where they Oak street Rose Avenue and Central '

> Gainesville, 'where h., spent Thanks. purchased a Ford ,ear. They the making avenue. I IiI

.".''., giving: with hia son/Lawrence who is the trip home in the machine. Mr. W.. J. FRIPP I ,

"'I"' :aitndntyn'! ,the'Riverside Military. Burt stated that he had but one puncture Agent for Elisabeth J. Bickerdike.
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"" I truth hates error, as righteousness O HO" 00 .OOUtU.to to.O-tO.oo..totio.... .ottO'. 0.. f '; .

j'j'l' l I'' W.C.T.U. COLUMN \I'!' hates liberty pin,hates as justice tyranny hates, as wrong freedom as ) '" '" v 'j,I dore 'Deschner


;i. hates oppression. I Ir Trapand FieldA 11 I GUNSMITH 1
I hate it as Abraham Lincoln hated
I ",No life I.I pleasing: to God that is
I slavery. And he sometimes saw in
not useful to m> i'd received some new
prophetic vision the end of slavery
The called meeting for Monday was , :1t:1U. 0>
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when the and Ammunition
and the coming of the time: ;
well attended. After the business for I sun shall shine, and the rain shall fall. FEW TII'n!' HUNTERS be worked easily and the body of the
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which it was called was digpoxw; ] of, make-believe bird formed. will pay to investifc t
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upon no slave in all the Repulili, so ycu ,.
Mrs M A. Clark pave a most : I .sometimes. weal to see th- end of'' Little Wrinkles That May Interest I The neck and head can be cut from tethis*

eating report of the state ", ,' "tC'r-1 I this unholy i."flir. the coming of th"1" Rifle and Scatter Gun Sports a single piece: of wood, and then joined RaRae. I! n
Much praise, '.van given tot the (Or I I Cor. I'm and Florid* Avnxu u;
of wire
(I I I time when if it horn not wholly ceaseto --- I to the body with a couple ,

citizens for beautiful I decoialionn' ai lid I I ln, it,t shall.. tint no safe lialntationnnywheie Keeping a gun in contrition is not nails. Dupontfor I CLOUDLORIOA I '

1 every consideration' and, ( kindness t toJ I.i-m-i1h: Ihd( \ 1 (:101'.t.. ..," MI< h n ilitTicull' task if one gives th..1 A couple of Croats of dull black F

I J the delegates.) TinMate 1 t tnnlniel: ' lie I less ...Ial.. maul' r n little eh re anil,l attention lull, paint, and a few white stripes to indicate \ ---- - -- -
ing ah.sent :Mrs. Atiltmaneii'l, (i i 111 ,
I Intumble, is 'that' sometime." we f"'I' in a general wa)' the lighter duck sonson'
that capacity and uas honored with, "; of the real bird will THE. ,, black with IRA BEST :
:a i little, \la/y; and so lend"gun suf-I -i-ijiimr( ') t complete \ are
seat on the platform,: , with, ,llic -1..1" the job and if a little Bale is exer- txHithsoinc;.. game irds.
offit-"I( I III. f"-i a1nn.ug plenty} .ror all. Gel
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORI will and Builder
i-isi'd a very acceptable) decoy re-
foimnljis II ,
the ninny gienl reiidx your ii'un' u- I
The .lIall....." lv .1 I l-'iiinl ll.inl.x... Milt. A penknife, chisel., wood andnn.e Muir loud' ..lcxiidat le) I
ItaiieK i |
l Irnul.nig' or' finishing" \" gun ESTIMA TES FURNISHED
tx-go\ei nor.,of I ndiMtia. : ,. sluldpapertogether\ with the r'I"II"d ,,- )our slime. 1
I he. \ ..",,ipi I ople' ol I I In-. 1 III''1-1 ,MMi tin fiillowing ,is leriMtiniciidcd" I : 4O3 VERONA ST. _
I hint no m.III'.1" 'those in I ( paint' tic all the equipment
Inn i h mi I :Su: MII\| N'' \ i II! .n il in' Kt'ino\e( Ilie old, finish will an ernii (SOWED ,
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gaged 'in tin- Inpior' hnsinc-s, I Imt 1 I I II,, I'SMII. V.
l7iiil'l: a < hii-lian" i, ,ii'1vtx", ,, ", 'I' I \ i loth, iaul, | polish 'die gun I liarir1.. 1
hole 'tintraffic.t SMOKELESS SHOTGUN DR. J. A. TROVILLION
The i it er has a string 1 of twilvef
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at' wluib. 'tune Ill UrMfckNi.u. "III.t i I n II''I' 'MMnot: to tiujeli Hie lia'ielilh ; ]II i
I hate ,its uvry t pha, : .e I t h'n", "d out as ile'-i-rilit-d' '' Du..n' B. I in u
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wen" iliiti-d \\ ,, tin, li.iml-, 01 oil, aftei (leaningI GOITRE AND

1 hate, ,it,t foi 'u-, intolerance., 1'ie-idfiit." Hol.i-il{ I .la: I 1-,ni,, \ ,i.I I I n iiIlh i a p"li n. of ah, -"1 I In-nl" I roll on, ii Ii ii lg, Ins ,idle, "MiDTiientK' and, while, ,l III....:i6, 1 1:'.I-sunt::: :'::jt"rw.-N.: Bulk.,:.', ,': I:.1 t: : them without cutting TUMORS '

I hat.II t fur, its jiriog.-i-u-i-" plesnlenl.' |1\{ \ \1 I III h..lln.I , :iipl,1| ,ollltlon, iiiailr, of. the follow. lln-y may Mot I lie an fancy aonie .I. 'In. ..01. them out. i.
1 hut(- ,it t for, its. hyp""III\ for, ,it" *- of the "sloie" \aiiety' they hate< In I .n i.' I in' lion < . FLORIDA
11. 'Ui;11 r I'he.i: I 1'hiiq, r o, 1 I.,i. .1. 'nil.' >i.L! ,:: \IU:,..I rI .11. :,,77.::; ".. .1. .,.,,!. ;! : :
cant and rift, and false pieten' and, effective.N'eailv . ,. ,, , ,
( p" ote'i ini htly -Uili I'llil .li. 11.1 nolij' hulk
nl I j
'in
( tl'II'I' !i1 111 I i I Iuaw w'dnl' i -1 Iu 'Ir *>11, i 11 i of 1111' i iI ''' :f: dlalll"' . ,
Hoidnl love I of gain' at any pioe' i i il i -- --- - Ju.L.
\\ll.h.' I INUI: 'maw'' ol I oi.koiil. < 'n..nul,. 1 I i iK 1111 1 r tif lion ::4! ,lIalll- : : ; OMitl,( uomen" air niloyedl | lint ',.r/l, I ,. '
1 hatiit ils ilonnnal,
for inn i 'in 1'"li1i '' t
| ,lei Irn.' HI"riii, )h.in, "MKIII of t \ i it ;Sulilmliliic;. 1 d.uu', ; ,
the I'nit- .
| l 'the telephone sIc'ins in C. l.du Pon..o N moui '
for its intlm,/ in \
l civic( ; atria, : eot f"I.. "" npt, inur 011-",,:,,nIt, n-i-,efToit, t it ion .",,,,,,"tlC"1, .Belli, i .-."M llh" . I:',\ tllll.l'' i i l -' of,'::1111t i ..1 "t.'itc--' while women' ' ''ph. op W n. noon, .''. ., U. BULLOCKREAL

i h.in' 'man ol ; ," ,d.1"I", II I i Hi. 'mil,' .H"n ,L.r' "I I Inn.lie, I di, ml' I'llltolntimLiel, , ".MMI(
t o\er
to dehaileh, ) the 1 sulfiatre. of I lie. ono'
leiM.II gull: t I it">:. \td '-nMei \ ,M III'' .11 ,nl 1 ilr. .Mil
try for ,the. .cowards, it t makes of pub -
( I I unI', , .ue" )In. I.I. e.i", I li, urid.i\" i \ I "II" .I' I d'.MII 1 1a.III ESTATEINSURANCE ..I
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lie 111.,1.t "Hug lit II< LuGEORGIANS: Ii,II" 1 1f onlli" ,......................
t I hate 'it for, ,its utter, disri, J r.ud l of
Set; the g.n. 1011"; I a'\ ,1\ ,to ihtin.i \ ,
law; for its' ,ruthless' } 1rtlnnllulgof' ,. tinsolemn -
compacts of studiimsimi,' , TESTIFY .nui'liU' and ,then" lep'at until Get that Victrolafor
( of Titles a
,
v. n in I it| lit i ,1- hair hern .11' I
tions.
I II I II
10 MAYR'S REMEDY |Pill .I Aft.f i t thh)" hand ha"*, had plen I .1
I hate it for the load. 1 it -traps, tolabor's ,: Y
ly of ,time 'to dry wash.. t hor,nuglily Specialty.
back ; for the/ palsied hands. it :
I Liter Redeemi'c and Fortunes in I with, a iloth ;and hot; Hour, and polish.. Christmas
gives to toll for the of
( ; tiagedies" its
might-have-beens. Health Are KecoverrJ. I with, a plwe of .oft wool dampened.with I Solicited.

I hate it for the human wrecks. it linseed oil.' r
Most. of the problems of heath originate For blaring larr'lwithout l vOur rIi 1 Ie
has caused.I | it- \ () Robert Riedel ;
in the stomach. Most of these
I hate it for the almshouses it peoples ailments can he cured. Thousands of i heating, the following applies\ : family will be i
the barrel I her' and l clean] AND CABINET SHOP
people right in the state of Georgia; i Wipe gun :
; for the prisons it fills; for the I J
,j insanity it begets, ; for its countless. are needlessly' suffering from .stomach | of oil, rust or any other deposits, then I pleased on Christmas fi and Door Screens, Repair

troubles, while thousands. of others. i apply nitric acid, using" care 'to see morning to and Cabinet Work.
graves in potter's fields.I have found health by the use. of Mayr's p iv
hate it for mental ruin it imposes. Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of that nun, of the and touches the find Yictrola in : Shop 216; Residence 237
I!
r upon its victims; for its spiritual this remarkable remedy is proof. 'hands Neutralize with water or a I I & A"e.. Near Freight Depot
.
Here are the words of.two Georgianswho ; soda ...solution' oil the barrel and 1 bur the home. S 1 '
blight; for its moral degradation. -
have used it
: nish. Unless have had
I hate It for the crime it commits; B. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St., you some experience TilL''ictrola is a
1 for the homes it destroys; for the Atlanta Ga.-'I took one bottle of under intelligent supervision C. F. THRASHER ,
I hearts it breaks.I Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and it did it is. better to leave the blueing to a a worthy additionto METAL WORKER "'
( BO much good I must continue the
hate it for the malice it. plants in me gunsmith. home. Its
treatment. any y Metal Roof Put on and .
the hearts of men; for its poison; for SALISTA tHOMAS 55 La FranceSt. music and Cua.n/.d r,

its bitterness; for the dead l sea fruit ., Atlanta Ga.-"I have taken your Apropos of the duck sensor : Exceptionally entertainment 14f.lt ,
I which starves their souls. remedy for five weeks. I feel like I good l decoys can be purchased are alWays KISSIMMEE. FLA. '

; I hate it for the grief it causes wo nardly known" my strength-my appetite at almost. any good: sporting welc'vne. arldthere's I .1 L'
i is fine. "
I. manhood the scalding tears, the Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives goods, store, but if one is inclined to I DR. W. W. CARSON !

hopes deferred the strangled aspirations permanent results for stomach liver lie 'thrifty very passablelookingbirds :surely no

its burden of want and care. ; and intestinal ailments. Eat as much can he whittled from ood with I better tire to geta DENTIST4
.,
,1
and whatever like. No distress
1 I hate it for its heartless crueltyto you more a penknife.A I Office over Pilley Building i
after eating, pressure of gas in Victrola than
the aged, the infirm and the helpless the stomach and around the heart. piece of soft white wood about ? Office-Phony Hours 168 : S-II .1-( i'' :'
Rpildrnca Phone If
; for the shadows it throws upon Get one bottle of your druggist now 5 inches. wide and I'1 '% to :'t t in, heN right 11 ow. Administered fur Extraction of ... '

the lives of children for its monstrous and try it on an absolute guarantee thick offers splendid. opportunities. for Teeth.
if not will be returned. Come in and about
injustice to blameless littleones. satisfied money the amateur, carver's skill. By cutting today sec ,
--- -- -
I One-fifth of the tailors. in the Unit- the plank into lengths. of approximately Victrola and we'll arrange to deliver it T. M. RIVERS. M. D. y

I hate it as virtue hates vice as ed States are women. !4 to 10 inches the wood can time before
,. Christmas. and SURGEON
blar.'e
4 - The instrument. shown above is theo ; ldrnca over Osceola. (I Pharmacy

XVI $200. Other $15 Office 1411.CEO. e,
styles $25, $40 $50,

(MI $100, $150, $250, $300, $350. Victors $10 to $

Terms to suit your convenience if desired. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW


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I KRIBBS & STEED c

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husliifKH of all kinds glvea ri

':' prompt' attention.,

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:f Ask Your Banker About the Financial I '\"'

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I ACTS ON LIVER LIKE .
JOHNSTON &
: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW :

i Responsibility of Buckeye Nurseries i

,
"Dodson's liver Tone" Starts Your Liver Honmy. guiarnntee-n. :! 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank
:y Htori- and %** a TiO rnt Ii 1
The excellence of{ any product is largely determined by the "know-how" Better Than Calomel and Doesn't tMiTl'H" Lair 'I 1 OIII1. '1 Ilkt'\ a <*[ BuildingKIsBlmmee... Fla. .\- \
nif/l't'\ and'\ if it .Io.'t ntru i
of the menlio make it. 'I .
equipment ,
Salivate or Make You Sick. right "I'j AIII make A on ( ] I
Buckeye Nurseries: have behind them thirty-six ;years of :.successful: experience in \ ij'onni liy morning, I want
l"n< k to the Ht4in. and\ get )
growing orange and grapefruit trees. .i.tl'l1 to awl' TIInn\ morn airk; I 1".I..on'M). Liver Tone i is .... DR. M. J. HICKS

The which is based the t . quality of Buckeye Trees has: }been gained in I anIc' ."1,1'1.1., .,,...! w lion lulioim. or Kale of rnlonifl iM-cunm* it Ifl
quality on
and
*
: SURGEON
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; .I n up.te1.' I l "ni I I I"HIa ila\H w"rk uu*du'tne; entirely \i grtable
every nook and corner of citrus Florida I and by e\pcrience: in every phase of the t """...1 ,1s uu'n. 'liry or (in u'kml'vrr can 1I'lt ali\atx* or make }'' Office State Bank
ii III, I Ii, euusrs nrrri.MIfl. of the Loin. I guarantee that one HpH> Building ..
and grapefruit) business.Buckeye ( ..: citric.
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orange I .,\\.1.. i itlu\ n it ( MIPS into" rfiitiU't wins T-ivrr Tone will put I Residence 40 -
: Nurseries: sue 0I I ned and operated by menith ample) capital) conduct \\1110 sour In.le rrsshee lute It. 'breaking' liver to work and clean \'
,it iii.| 'I'II" IM \\ licnou. f.tl I that awfuliiiiu'iL tli,at sour bile and ;' 1
them the most modern and appio\ed() lines and with the latest appliances.The ) r
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on sad 'rnllll" ""' If you are fl 1t1j> >C- which i. clo l (;injf your x,)' .
financial: I I icsponsihilily i I i of Buckeye\ :Nurseries! makes\ << assurance from them I-.h, |) endall IIVIT. i. torpid|'i l aril |NIWIH! ,'..n.ti.u'tl|; a >bottle of r>)drtoii'H LJvcr
'worth while, and the )purchaser III of I Buckeye Trees has a guaranty that they are true I 1"i ion lour hcadai'hrlirrilll, ) ; *ah. coaled| kr", your entire family ",. FUNERAL DIRECTORand

Ask banker. ton"'iif, if hrvuOi, ,I in I had or tttnmuch Hour 111 011 tI".. live" it to your
to name. your Hint taktu Mpoonful of liarrtiU'Hrj, lJod.liOIl' harml.as. ;; dooan't l gripe and 4

Buckeyeurserics:' am I the largest/ in the) world! Ilettd, exclusively to the production I .. Liver Tout on my guarantee. pleasant .tu.te. LICENSED EMBALMER vY'

of citrus tn'eh. TIll'I'r. ) could have gained this; distinction through other ,
,
and t
Chapel, Stewart Ave. '
I means than the quality of .their product. ....
I Kl.. All these points have great significance to the intending planter{ orange, grapefruit : ( -
Eugene' C. Bryan Prey A. H. Bryan Vicc.Pres. J. L. Barber" , i
,t. or other citrus stock. They explain in part why the best informed and most .

successful grove owners will plant only Buckeye trees. Vane Agnew'W.. B. Crawford. /

A The full story of Buckeye Iii.lorBuckeye methods} and Buckeye service is told in I AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW d

ci the new Buckeye catalog. :No book so filled with helpful material to the maker of t
8-4-5-6
groves has been published. Copy gladly mailed free on application. Address : Building Citizen! Bank .' 1
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KlMlrnm*, FlorIA. ..Ji' <

Buckeye Nurseries ,. Bryan Realty CompanyOffices l i'.'u 4'


1057 Citizens Bank Building Tampa, Florida Opposite on Broadway Graystone, Kissimmee Motel ATTORNEY-AT-LAWS LEWIS O'BRYAN
Waring Building. <

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\ Out Malana of i ( /
M r And Build Up Th Systra

% wr the Old Standard. GROVE'S,' 1}!
Orange Grve, Timber I ands, We Pay Taxes for S chill TONIC.: You know' '
> CaUW Rancbee, Country' and .Ideate and Act a : ar. taking laths formal U' '1i1i-. &-i.;.'
1 s & i W H, BROKAW Agent Orlando Florida, .1 on. everSlitfelr' :showing"tt. U- 4'I "
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S City Property Agents fir Rental *.*?* HB'da *tasteless l 'form; :. :
.drtreg out malarU )'I}
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4 ii- _. _Tills Page Belongs to i Our_ Women 'Readers_' '( ST.


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Heart Balm Suit Likely: by his son, when Prince 'Obolentkr <
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I "George,H Bald, the beautiful girl as came In."Lock. .
ian't ithaf grand T" said
ForYoungFoiksMast.r j Woman'sWorld ( .. nestled close to him, "the last ,1,
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Row to Give father exultantly holding; out -
time called proposed. t1
you ;you work for the visitor to see
:
"I did, sweet one.
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Bab "It doesn't acme so very difflcu.lt [
? A Young Pioneer In aNew "And I accepted you. ,
Freddy Pratt, said Obolenskl, half in Joke.
Skillful Rider. Field For Women. "You did, .love." \
Boy "W>
11, you try.
I fresh Hir "I presume, George," she went on, "Right you are" I

.*>** in her most fascinating manner, "Very good, but on one conditionevery )
"that you look upon me merely as drive In'I'll
peg you pay you .
I II a foolish, thoughtless girl, buU but rouble, and every peg you break .Jf:
Keep\ the baby out of d.>lIrs. This lathe 1-" I| ,;
II I 1i pay me 10 copecks. Agreed ? I
advice, nlveu nowadays to parents \ i "How can you think so, pet?" he 53 a
I by CMTJw Ne .physician.. 'I <...5 interrupted. Oholenski took the l.oot, awl l g

I Except' III winter, \bexlu" ;: when the :, \ 1 "Hut," she went on ni a more busin''sslike i- hamm'r and broke eight pegs, one i !o''
I ter another then he laughed with
baby |fa tv. (, wei-ltH old to take him out wa"I. have .something of ;
.j, 1 I good humorfd laugh and timid ) ; :
r fur a few minutes day In mild,
every the business instinct of the III'W0 ]:
; time'Krachnilly I' hilarity paid 1 80: copecks, which
pleasant. wciiUn'r. Inciciisinn I the i
man in me, and-and 1 .shall have ;
; etc nut II lie IH sta.\ lug mil most :to the shoemnk'T.. i
to ask to the proposal I :<
+ you repeat _ __
"if the time Probably\ no other thing .
k 8Fg again tonight. The last tune youcalled
will
bill, ho\,1 nut, this, jind, the result\ ulllwell it was Sunday, and contractsmade :
that day, 1 learn, are not "I 1 can't understand why :
repay liute\er trouble,! Is necesKiiry -, on i
to secure It. j jWith I < l yr legally lnming.--New) York TimAe. want to pay so much money for

\ the mentioned he-l I can't tell the difference between
e\( "ejillons

low. u baby may spend, prm' I\\<-oll}' nil 9a4 tc The Amateur As llootmak that costs $50 and one that

I the time out of .doors, both. sleeping\' ffii In the early days when Tolstoyadopted $1 MI." -

and wakliiK. If there Is some one to I "That's why you don't
manual labor as a religious
vi ,- I ;1 look after him to MM* that he Is protected

Y against, Kiln wind and I dauger- ,I duty he took lessons in bootmaking 1 Basis of Soups.

our lusei'tn. t to occupy him during the long winter (
A young/ baby tony stay In his car l ok-Th. boarders complain
J, evenings. He was at work diligentlyhammering I the tastes like thin dishwater.Mrs. I
rings or crib on (lie porch on the roof I soup

under the trees or In the back ,% ard. i the wooden pegs into the Slimdiet--(ioodnepR me!

q1T where the bus) mother. con look afterlilin. I' 01 sole, an art he had just, mastered I must have forgotten to put any 1 1i

Older babies oho need exercise; .says, the "Kununisceiices, of Tolstoy," in. I '

may be kept In n creeping.. pen ejther i

.) on I the porch or In the } nrd. If U Is ,
i; of. door I
Dot feasible to proide out -

:t ..1t.IIIphH"'N. / for I these older\ tmldett.nt . MISS KBUI.1U tilVINUHTIIMC.Miss I

t.t least the windows\ of. the nursery 111.1
;.t Kh uld\ be wide most. of the Hculah 1.lvingstooeill"ty) >
kept
<* open I I R. S. FLOYDDealer
nnlijue distinction of bi-liu 'Iu, ,. l InIwoman t tI

year.When I I Iheiitil'n) business 111:111i: \ r Iiibhp
1T l \ t h.I'atlll'r Is very cold as I

1Ti In winter In the north when the anon girl of ItV""I'lhII" llliiKStone I
n
Is n..ltillor/ when there Is a hem ystorm
i ling. f< rifpil 1 ahead. ) I" 'lii.irhlily '
In progress. or. a high/ wind blowliiK Groceries Grain and Feed
from kliiiliTcnrtrn it-in' ln-i' uiu Ha.y
u
,
; quantities of. dust about., It will be ,
iJ bent.1101,01'h,' babe, his airing; 'Indoors 1 Idly \fiitiirlnn lulu the iiinuii/tin'H ,IPJ,

oron a prate< lni l nor h. i Press. him as conipoNiiiK. children's, mien In II posltlun" Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
,
of tri-nirndoUM rcNM>iixlbtltl.\ toiiilr|
for. gulag uud. open all the wlmliw s
lug the haiHllIni i if large Minis of iiiuncy
slituud, let him remain III the fr..bair nil constant judgment' In Ilic writ Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
"'P for some time.Very .
F of. nil vertlsrincnlM bonKli'tRvlu.low
fug
Doug' or delicate' babies. re.lnircmuch I
j
,'unts, ili-Hlnnflm. : the. threeRhiM'tH.
heat and must \be ery waiiiily .
nttoiHlliiK lo cun.espnudeurt. .
|
I I'") IIIK NBliirU'M' and' Kencriiliy ruiiiuiiK
under three monthsof )
.chilled and n baby
e> by American Prose Auoclatlon. the l biiHlnoHH end if n .pln.\ )' In one of i
.
age should not l>e taken out lu severe I ; .
theaters.This
New York city's new
Notable among the skillful. horseback weather, but .plenty. of frehh MrU
riders at tbe recent horse show held at essential to all balI, ,'". southern girl with her golden ; ; ;
hair and laughing ryes Is the very InslIercon '
' Piping Rock by Ibe New York society When the weather \Is excessively hot Lumber Co.Wholesale
) you would expect to find 1 III nnoffice May
I folk was Master Freddy Pratt, .on of the baby should be taken out early to I with her own name on the door .

Herbert Pratt Ever since be was big I the day apd then kept \Indoors until She was born mid educated In GeorgiaA !
stt imny's back Fred late afternoon. From that time on and Retail Dealers In
I enough to on a .th"l few yean ago she went north and
has been used to riding so that now he til tbe rooms have cooled In the entered a normal school, later liccoiiiltig I .

Is perfectly at home In the saddle. No lag he should be kept out. being a kindergarten teacher on the east side YELLOW PINE LUMBER <
lie must have protected from mosquitoes If a screened '.
longer be mounts ponies. In this corner of "the great melting

a regular sUed horse although tbe animal larch Is available tbe health and pot" nearly every nationality was ret>- 1

l must be well broken. Many children comfort of the baby will be greatly In ....It<''Dtl'd. these children could not understand Shingles and Laths 1l

In the country learn to ride at an creased. I aa a eland, tales that the

early age and without much Instruction A word of caution should tie given as t; average American child can grasp.\ So HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYAll t

either. Hardly a farm boy or girl to the danger of young children cllmbtog she wrote her own stories nod linger ;

who hasn't mounted bareback to drive up to open windows and falling/ playa., One morning the supervisor domantled we ask iatJefa. figure on your estimates.

tbe horses to water and to and from out. If the windows. have screens they where else bad got tll..m.as *;
and
Courteous Attention ,
Prompt Delivery.
tbe pasture. It Is fine sport and the should lie so carefully fastened In that she had not Been them. In the other "f-

country lads get as much fun out of It there. in uo possibility of pushing them. sr huola. The young (MKlngogue. blUHliliiKly

as their city cousins. ouL Wbeu screens are not In use the replied Unit the hud written Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla. 1''I h:'I

windows. should either l,e lowered from them' herself Later she Hold thoso. I 1

The Spider and the Fly. Ilse( top or thin wooden sluts. should lie i i her first "masterpieces.' to tho New ....I\A.- Jl ..A>- 411' *! .. it.j'.
N. used. to protect the lower sash. Similar\ I I York Tribune. |
This Incident comes from Albany.
bis precautions must lie used If I the baby 1 I. At the end of her first serl"bl"r\
T.: A small gnrdeii spider had spun I .1
1 put to sleep. ou the fire escape. SleepIng Miss LlvlniTKtone hud saved euuw*limoney
web In a corner where n perpendicular <4
porbesare usually well protected.Tbe for u trip abroad.
I column and a horizontal rail u .met 1111.1rrom '
.
hidden baby's eyes and head should nlwaya Armed with l..tll'r".ot Introduction

.. .. tbe ambush of a crockawaited \bo carefully shielded from the to lt handsome ,
his A yellow
: .prey. The of the worldare
wnsp passing that way espied' 1 Ungraceful direct Runllght. This Is Just as lni|>or I, Tree mid Sir OliverVymIhnm.. eyes t\
and Af-
Sclllncbis tint while be Is asleep .is whih* auilUeliii she traveled through tturope
f..rI\
I Imp' and made not nllow the liabtu, lii\.< Marine '" J'I"II. selling her, HloiH-s nf. a tripIlinnl ,,1'J
f>ct lightly on. two or three .t theDieshi's. li tin- 01"1 on eiiluoS" Itt'lutui I '
I Into the sky. e\cL 'A-lien. the sun N not' ;:
he .Iallel: 1 up( u great hiix/lng ,. 1 the who '' 1
shining lug 10"I h. M'-ljMifil her po-iluMi' usKI '
whlcli\ _h""I, the web troll end. I lo end I (;tent i ..Ir"h"lo1 lie t.iKen 'to \pri'tertI h.iuliKM' I.er" and. ,Ilirilleil i I In her. MI.. on man ( ; ,)
littleway.
hfnl spider' tan'" mil n
The Will
I In' h.d.> Irmn" Illes and ,Iv".yutt.' < ...i"< If ex' "it ;'iilr.iUin; into print. I.rio; : flee I o
,. delicate fool lo
kirelched, r"III a ,
fiiini
the IIOIIM' is not pro\' tiledilli, screens Iniii'f' wiMl. wilting oM'l.Mliilr.' :
make sine nf UK 1 location< : of the supposed ( 'how to !b'e ,'al,." (<" _lag.: a cloneshlle lI
I the bnby'H bed, ('1'11. or, carriage: :' shouhiln <1 1I
\fly and t then rushed for It. I cut.nvl. l \\itii ,net. tinir siispeinlcil,\ overa \\ In I'""" .. Nho met t LOll Tel i

alighting on the' anon( with n ulccfiil pole. or I two clotheslines\ III the Bout, le ::in. Small I:ei, nlianll H leading man
, Jump. nod I no doubt a grin of hideoustriumph. l be .
I who lisUetl 1 her to < time hi.press
of a lent so us not to Mint off the airNexer
Hot Mr. Spider had reckoned
( SAVESI
I' :' Inbiibj IIgo'1 I'ew \\oinen hate made "goadIn
lay a iiftllni dne.lly user t "
without his host Like a \Hash of IIJhl'nillg. I '11 face.Baiuty. this line of v "rl,. Most! prr..ugeutssill. '. "

the wasp's. nix nimble legs' cIOHeIupon I men. I'nt MHH| Lltiug.tuue \\as
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htm. the graceful b"dy bent nearly N.*MI rcroKiii/.e;: .l as one of I lie 'iiost| I I

, double and once, twice 'hrl'e.1 and Good Habit' successful metiilHM of her prolosslon.next . I I

\. again and ngiiln. the sharp sting pt"I'c'I'j It j-i. lniHiHsllile| \ to beautiful, nth! representing' such HliiVSfiis 4\nini !

\:\ spider. As Lls | out belnt! henlthy health is I the '1 ,
ed tbe lucklt-SH 1'in Inw a stud Mr. anil, I Mrs. I'1.11.. ami for
glee grew fainter find finally ceo..ed.tbe . foundation of \U-aiity If one wants to last winter who did the press" work. for, pAUSE a moment, young man I

wasp. with a spring disentangled be really\ Io..ullllflli I the beauty must be the company' that produced' ".\11.... lu II II1'malerlnud. self. The
I give thought to
than skin The with a
himself from the silken net and I bore more deep trouble i \ ." I ,

away his spidery victim In triumph. most I people Is that they t are u_"
Isllcd with a beauty that Is superficial a fasclnatliiK Meld for women of Hpe I problems you now, I

Three Deep. enough to deceive Ihe onlooker. Beauty 1 dill gifts, both 0" producers untl nSmanagers. will few hence.Look :
Includes vigor and elllclency.To I II a years il
form tn
All of the players but two a be really lieantirnl one must have >I : ?
double ring, with one player directly
beautiful face, but beautiful
not only u
behind another. Tbe two odd .players, Proper Care of the Eye. I I about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes
hands\ as well, not simply, a good complexion
r one of whom Is the runner and the other for the face, but n /good complexion I No one can afford to take ehnnciswith in tbe world, are tbe men wbo started to save early in life.
chaser start outside I the circle.\ The the eyes nor to give Lena thou the
all ver. :Not; Infrequently aperson's I
object of this frame Is for the chaserto best care to them. Their toilet vhould
body Is covered with pluiplex.' I They bare tbe respect and confidence of tbe community.
tag the runner. The runner may be separate' from that of tho face, for
of ;,1\ Ith such blemishes on I the face one
saTe himself by stopping In front neither flesh brush nor harsh cloth Then look tbe other side the fellows wbo all d
at :
would feel| very badly. but so long as on fpend
In the ring. whel"e.upon
any coulee standing should coino In contact with them j jmut
since that file la "throe deep." they are out of sight they are not re- ; h less should skin tonics wnshesl| make-tJie may have a food time for a while, bat wiat does tft .
I
the third person In front becomes runner garded.The : or creams IK- allowed to enter them. I personality reflect .
only way to be really I beautiful
and tries to escape being caughtby
They should Ire kept clean with clearwater I
the chaser. U to live beautifully to live rightly. and once a week bathed by A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the!

Should the chaser tag the runner That means to the naturally. Fur example meatiM of an eyecup, with tepid wilier nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
and It one Is closing to be beautiful'one 1 I
they exchange places Immediately must eat beautiful. things/ becauseour.lxxlles : with a little Inirlc acid' In It-a teaspoonful I Make your beginning now-today. Your

ti continue the game. I i to II large /glass. bank book will the
la that Is favorite are made of what we ant pare way. P C
Tbk game one a If the eyes are weak and bleary
children and aa well. If one eats the ""aulltutrults\ nod I
for grownups tin'he In a Holtttlon of four! ounces of
nuts that are hung from the trees.
I soft! water nail one ounce of witch
Inviting us to reach up and partake
hazel. If they feel aa If they have slick
that Petticoat Flounce. Bankof
If one eats these and other natural i State
This season the petticoat flounce Is foods that nature has prepared for UH, I In them then again the boric acid wash 1 1

usually. meant to distend tbe bottom and clean then Is needed every night with regularity
that are all pure one 1I
of the dress skirt with which It Is I until the trouble Is. obviated. Black
blood and tbe
may have normal clean ;
Tile before the contrary I II I
worn-usually, but not always. I result of good clean blood will be aclear I I specks floating eyes i KissimmeeCapital
favorite flounce Is deep but It la handled to general supposition( are harmless.. .
skin and a good complexlon-
In various ways, sometimes being They are In reality present' all the time I
f Good Health. noticeable whenthe stock __________________________________$100,000.00R.rce i J
Simply gathered and having from one only becoming more I

.. to several tiny ruffles atop of It to obtain Cat Wear Life Belt I eyes are tired or under any condition ova _________________________________ 400,000.00

:: a desired bouffant effect A pretty In an English magazine there recently which alters the density of the Officers and Directors.C. I

model that flounce which la accordion appeared a picture of a cat wearing vitreous humor In which they toot

oil plaited and which baa about Its edge. a life belt, which was specially made I A. CARSON Pre.u J. M. LEE. Vice Prest.

o' 'fun through the hem aa through a caalac. for him by the Jackie Tbe belt bas a The TooUr. ML KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest II !

T a cable cord to distend it. Tbe sufficient number of corks attached to I w. teeter low; we teeter high;

mocked flounce la of course lovely It to keep the little animal afloat on the We touch the earth and then the eky. ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
And a beautiful garment which the girl Such laughter about and merry din
,4 surface of the water. The cat must be> I
When Bobby le the candle pin!
Wbo baa plenty .f leisure may make. aaTed it all bacards, say the jsckle I Youth's. Companion. hfi
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U Mara. 'aad--'mrr- ........ If *h*. In1mirrlr Pfann Joseph H PaUt. .Arrannah'' of the tax roll for the year 9i'S: C. L Hystt .md4csI'services to ,.._ '" ,. I

..... -. *. W. I). Mar* -aad W. I). Parkhurat, Nat Payrlti, Arcnibald A. i! of the convict ----,.***.*fmiMif- --
' 'o.Jegd' .--- 111.... sad "" .t... I). Mart ... AVa.tI Pearson. W. H. Reynold.. Philip Dole Proceedings f Sherif'. feed bill of prisoners was W. C. Oro. Co. p.arlln Ct -

.. : ..a ). Maar .." Charles' II. 6...... Hoddey, lloddey. Investment Company and ordered paid; also cost heu.e-by Janitor. .J., ssUi ..1B.
... sad all approve : K. Bvans, am' ,10
a corporation oritanlied under the lawn. extr7l1
*... la fa* laada'Ta'lhis'niir ltMJrrTbl of J<..ntuckYlU" H. KICharda. george 1Hlnnletary. Commissioners! case of State vs. Rowland Kiss 'W L. Oct. IU.I

Jo- -.t. Advertisements .. aa4rr I.. said aaiard lte.i....- ,Mr.. U A. Smith? Amelia County U H Jnirram. . .,
; : : : ...,.. II t.. ..... er ..,. nl tmrm ... John A Amcott 1 M Thompkins. tare of paupers ______--_i--_ tl.10 .

.. ...*..._... ar. at a4 riwls.s Hespoadrats. rJi'I'i n. Jr. vk11&1; ;' AVylly : The following bills were examined II. B. I val... amt advanced tor' t t .

....111111111111..11111111' \ and each of 'hem be and they. exhibits fair __ u _________... 100.OflPuaun ;'\

Order al .....11..0.. are 'hereby required to to the approved and ordered paid : Yuten. maintenance ----- (:.00Kissimmee "
ri .HBRIPP** ..c-LID TO AI.X- WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN; till of complanlt ... .t f.fr'Rr: dI In Kissimmee Flu., Nov. 1, 1915. Valley Oosetto, l nal -

It appearing b? the sworn Hill. of' this (iiune. on or before the 17th day F:. I.,. '..-.1.. commissioner __ $4.00K notices nnd license list __-, tt.lt
: Motlc* !. herebjr given that under Complaint ftl44 In this. cause that the of The Board of tounty Commissioners V hauler, comr & nillcRKe_ 6 00: J. C. Urlffln shoeing horso B _

and by virtu of a writ of execution ,i.. Respondents herelnbelow named are IT anl'.Rrl'utF.n: \ OnD.. HreD. That ,\ I HUSH. cortir & mileage I .= .00ounir B Kvans .-- ______ ----_-__ 1.10

sued out of the County Court of Os. persons whose resldi rices. cit lIhem.hl, tlila order be publla-hud. one. a week for met on the above date, there being Tlnilall eomr & mileage: 1 3.1,0 T. M. Murphy. cost In R. Thomp-. -

ciola. County, Klorftla. on the BOth dRyL and aircs are unknown lo the Com- eight consecutlvu week In Kiafllmniee E. L. Lesley chairm'an, V \\'. Kalkei., comr & mileage 21.11 klns ease _ -_ ___ ___._.* S.48 '

of October.. A. D. 19111. arid to me directed. nlnlnants. and that relief Is sought In Valley JaEette a newspaper l>ub.lI.h'dIn present R John H ( ',. .. countv Httorney 21) N4 A. 'h. rep tu Co bridge ____ .00

In & cauaa wherein O K Houth- the sad suit .mralnst them : ",,''d county and ntateITNICSS Lanier, A. F. Jlasn, Young Tindal.I I.. H ItiKHitn. care of Jai _ _ 161( Paid wan nuts were. ordered ca"4MN
ard and <1. HI Southard Jr. dolnur bunl- ITStl TIII I! 11)010'1' Oil KRFD) That \\' 111%- hand nod the 1I..al Af l M Mm pin! sal \' ,'I, 1 r.1 led f 10111 the \iitloun fund. as follows:

Deal an the flouthnrd Oontrnrtlnir (Com Lucia O..h.llId her husbnnd I If she .and Court thin 10th da)' of Nomb<.r. W. F Walker' commiNslonera,; John :II. Muipi\) mil Judge Co. .\ 25111 li 11-ial Ke\ ,'nue ___ :nnu ISOIl.OtUond

pany. are the I'lalntlPfd. HTnl, the l'<'nnaylvanla I.,. mil ri I.-.l nnd Iu cii. Dxlxirn. a loP )hi r 1U5! S. Cadel and J. L. J. i t HHHH JHliltiir. _ ll' no 'u.d. _ _ __ __ _ 1$4.18/
Oil Comimnj: ; a Florida .i >rporatlon hiiKhand: I If Kin l.e to.. rri.: .i. Katherlni* (Circuit Court S.-B-! I county attorney, J"hl, l >n\iM. .Hupl 'poor farm A Mil) Fine, & Forfeiture. __ ___ _u 18.4'/,

I Is the defi-nilnnt i nt. I havii l Ie\ led InipKon| in i.d I I.IIK, 'n ,.eo TlmpMoii; h.r I .I. U < )\' KHHTUKKTCl. Overotiect dork anti auditor .1.I i I. OM'NttPlt. \ lll-ll" At nllllll III! The I IIIIIHUIII. H i-, "port .

upon the roHowlnIho property| of lillHlinnd n nil M C llnl.orni. I M ,nil. M. Ciinlioin ..ik I I'll 1
S aid defendant. to-wlt Mllo l ilnliollKt. "nl, Milu I' ("H..I.I 4'oUntFlorida! I I The board. was cjlleil older by
One noodirlK I coinpl::te for drillingoil ilHlioin. and Iv"jilhiilne, I. llliiKHtonnnd IKK-Ivl-H) : lit M I .\ ICI I'I IN.oinpliilnaiit : ;. t I i sit M"". "Tiiim uutilfHi, 41 I ItO 0",1 |it.s-u-------------, I 640.(7
'i'MB with I all 1 Mil- Is. shafts iiulley ,hit. hiiHlianil\ I If I .cliIn. mnrilid I nod <' s Soll.lluiK. 47- StI I the chairman, and the minutes of the .1 I H 1 I", ,.IIH. nuilnii' mine,,, in /noi | Pin,. & Fif.iiial- hh 1032.97

*. Irnni rop'-ti anil b,.Itlnu" "iohors. 25 :II'h""loI; I < lii" .i1 lll.l t N I' IllMIIItilid I of hte board I; 1 i .' \l. i 'I."lliin.l imiiiit in'"nil ,en I s, ho.ol I I*'und - - 619,56

.. I".w..r sleuth .l.iiiei nile 20 hnri I I.,III I I" M T.I .w UN. tiP and ("hill, ,,1.I .M 1 iI "'<>HI.;< 1..1 III' OK \ltItII. A . | lust regular r..ti"l I Si, ,,itii, MiinlHitiMii mitltil, film ;Itoad:i''I Plind;: === 676. -
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16 f e, I I I"UK. anil,, I 4'''l Inilns. I ellMilliter Mil, ,. ,nn, ,,I I I" 111.10., l " If ..10., I I", mat' In I Ir..nil I osirt for. the Wr. rnlh .....11 "pJr''lr III I II', tn.ilni' :HIIMI,, ,,: i. 1 :i ii::,nMlHH 11 S I U : ;. I __ __ 431.50 1..

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of Jars foul .Ii II'r Ill"' "in win: I,."..1 i I H I ,sh'" I I" m, , i"i. ,1 \\ I I'' :Mil, , ... .J I II . \ I .ill MH, r nil S I' ,. '1 85
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Fe. t at six i In. Ii .,INIM. .. I.I nianlllndrlllliiK , I I : I,. ..11,1 II|". 11",1.l.I "" o n l.irldn opinion] the boald"uld I do W.1 toiiuthniif :..
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toolsup I..il.' ., ,15* .. I"I. !" . JI"I.,' nn. 1 I .,I,, |,'lull,, ,,I '111.1, I ,In. Iii" hold .ll-' I liI ,", -i I (apt I Fllnlr I .. .. t ..1 ,,10 I I 'i" I Mil. .XX. 'I *<<71 11
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Tn AI.l.I I WII"I I ,'I'y i "i\4 I : IISNolli . 1 -.ii,"I I It.: innl., lit. Ii..:ltd I I to ,ade. the road running frmo < '
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hl"h"1 lililili', .I f fi.i' < nMi l I h. follouliKd I I"M I,, I pill"llHh,. il in,1 ,iI f I-i in ,iI I i I h, U- 1 :1 E I 7 I K','INN'I. I !link ,. 'i .N Kiiar.l 41., I Are you interested in Fla Wds for

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oln < '-till" I. of. I FI lot I nl, Kliy.I ,I.: .HIH i I I..t ,'IH I'S I q .': any purpose ? Am now in fnaition to
ens.nn, ,,, 10 III I In,, tIIs . N op n )bllni. and lIfts the I l J I I ,ii i in., i fn' |H I in, j 1.1| r, < 'u i; ,
LOIN 1 1 llll.l, 4 Of ItllKk\ 80(1 I. HllllHf\ "i UK. n 11. k 'it L 11 tin l I his : iv iiiln i tnl 5 ,\ H 1 1915 dl'us"11 I .. : assist the selection and classification -
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a Jlldfftn t of .I I P PittrlHC' < nattnlnM II I 1"11, \s 'h.. thin in |s'' 'IB.IIII' InI. KM < -I I s..,,1) .1| I. > l\' I-; us TltEI-T I ; | :: mattei I the hoard, il<-( ,ided that the :M :n I Lijiil, .,.it,I tin, il 1 v ,,? t
Mulling . I ,''.l.' .,1 I In, 'h., ., ,tS lin, ilv..I. t'o hinili, r 'r.1'h and
liihn In th HIIIII of |I'I''I''| i I h r.-- \H < I 1.,1 I Is I'i li ,'OH i i tit | M l Hi. of I'la soils give instructions -
14071 HH1.1 JinlKMi,lit IM'IIIK oMiiln,, ,1, I I 1,1,:, *AtloH' IIIIIIIH' Isle 111 1, IIOUIl' lo 'It. 'H iHNs I I 'KIN & I\I1HI I ET1'; work (ould not lie at the present, I, I.. iitm Is, It M 1 1.,1 I I t

Bent I mill'I 1"11> n nit, h"n \ ;IIIK ,d,,,inn, n,li "1 this;, ,iii 1, t ,nti.l, i A .. PuiM.l 1 fin. l 'ompluliiant, 41 fi, 41\ 0.1. 1 V "II I , IH I l'" I I.g.: 1 l 11,1 i in ",preparation for and cultivation ,
,,,, I 11mH. the ,' work L.1i. up" I... | |l.ist.1 ,, .
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jlalmliiK, t- ''I" ,' "..1. I M ".-till, "I. H I I of same he pleased to give
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(.IIII'liA'( .1,1 a.I I o,. 1I11"'r ..ItI" r Of III, liiiaid and ,titeil j I thai I the'mad I Irunnmif I.> S "i ri I
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O.tI"'liAN .' .IIIIIIT. (. TIIKJI Intii'Ht I In H".I, 'p an. No'lr' (' IA ierIsv gIsn.. 10 all whom out li\ hi- pr.p"'y' .in II."P.I | i .V. I I.t Ii., 5,151 0 |III| ,... .
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Sec I" Io".rlhl" l"rpl\ them to make sumi' I in I k IH I" |I| 1 'I i'
i ; of NE.% .S \\" of ) ,101 Judge Pro\RI... f.rmv ii'iLiir-i I I .,, H"I', t ::15 ,, preferred.
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aft ,' li.ieml.' I. I 1V15.1 It shall.lie -4 e.-ain.-,1. d I Mr Hrue Na-h I I the county .. I
r ansi nt the name tin I will hit "5- ; i
si-" \\ > ( .1 M I I I 1 be sub-rented
*, .r I SU i4 f I" ."Ii I. . in suites for I'ghthoul'k'epnl. '
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u"l"wrul fn any i-rH.. v1 "r I"'r... "nwiomnever I pri ,, to sal,) (' final accountsan I I ,1" I l ., I It .., ., :
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to drive a"v, hors, ;Nl4,: of SsVNI',5 SI 1 : Ailnilnlst I rotor ''t'Rfd" and ash I 1"1" 1'1 ) on 0. :1.Ioullroud 'I i L. ,5.i.I I. f. "" ,

mill s' sh..p or <'nttl,", thiuuuh nn\fi, f of N'SSt'S 1/4: ., (r.J for their a ppn v a 1 1ntiii I and that t tlie" \Miikould In1 ,, I I'' i-h,",, .. ". , .. "i.-s.
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tnrt.rp..rnletl. llinltH ..r .mild ,'1" mil,.KMaald -, S'S'I4 7 A. B d.,1 as soon as it w possible. to get .I.. '
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N\\ of. N'S'S MitIt.Il.n' I I' field St I blk W. of the end of brick
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BnlnuilH In- H inrelv r".I'n.,1 with I I-4 ISlmfimo Administrator' 10 I- , , ; ., ::iuit

name ropi*. -Air' iir tholiK ,nn<1 I i,1, tjr NIP'', of. NP > of Nl-i' 9 ItMr It.i "" 'S 4"". a\e, S. Kissimmee.

drive liv Home riitnpitint. ,pi rnon, un \\ '* of M'4,, lOr Ni-: ', \Pl\. '10(r made leijuest I"t .I". ,, '." .1.. .. Iflh'II'', I _-' ,." I

day must TA bAn hone.> direct01,1 roi sos-I h iinliiiiilH 1 nj. of. M: '.. I p.: ..., Jf l' l* "f '1011'' OK ('(I"TY Jl iH.E.I for monetn assist ., .I.. ,I..j l -i" Ih., I,."., I 5,1, .I.
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\ 1'rAon or p mansfolntlnir thisordlMHiK ( KOI. 4. < \\ v* i.fI-'s..fS'S'i : : i4 .f'N -: \\" i4 exhihits for I 11 itliiulo I air.
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fined not <*xr rtliiir Fifty I,, N\\" In r* Estate of % ar... HerMhiirytNotlto motion, of A I F Mass set'ond.>,l b\ !1
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Imiirlnon,',' not ,'x""IIII", thltt\ I"l >.a | I In h,'reliy Klen to all. \\honi' .
I. at hard labor or liothaiiiih Mn I ,, in' I Imprlsonnient \\'Nl 1 \ :S S\\ 14 f sf S\\ '.. M It mn conceln that on tin l"th'' 'I (sting Tndall, ami "mud. the iliik,
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N'NL:; of >'E'IE'| : | ,.r s'i. 'I to Iraw '
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court I i\'S . I.. Ih,' lloiiorahli; T M Murphv Jur..e in"lru..tl,1 I warrant on I j

S H,.lid n flrnt nod m,.,.oml. tlnn I In opmsesnlnn '. 15 .if. ..,.ii Uiirl.' nil Tuilu i.f I Iroiat-. frills I 11 puMiuU fund fur, $10000() to be INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE .

and linnnlmoiiHU' IMIPRPI thfMtnd v-JJ, .,./v'NP'; s\\ 16'' \ final dincharK.. a" AI tiiltilst, rator or j' I{
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day of NnsIn l I' l'Hr.Seal '. ; I I h ii.- Anon K.nlmiv il.ieas- "y M r. Pxanus t'
( ) (I I P KHIHHSPrcBld I of >'E'| W', I' ,1 anil ( nt that; hiss,' I \vll] piesintto ; dc.nwd"t

,'nt of Council. I 1'1''s\\: "',.f N \\ '* :S''Jo: I... _S''W( \ "' i-, I "l"r: niv tlnnl aciounln as The I cleik! was trucled: lo dtaw' Le us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. ;

Attest ;J R nii.nri.T. \ilmlnlslralor of said and
:N\\; oslali. ask I the warrant I.. II In-
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Clerk of th. (11 \' of KIsHlinnApprovtd 1 4 Npi4 f N-4| for I ii.-)Ir approvall (1Io\inl

S this 2 day' of Nov .\ I 1) "' SU %: of Ni,4,'r NE'spi I ,,N\V',, i fS\\ 2\\ >at,'d Aug. 2nd I A 1) 1915 4 gram car fare fr ne-frrn pauper t|I Information in regard to for ,
1915. \-11'1; A. propery
H II MAY. *' ;; spi4, s% of Np'4;: 3 1 m fl m \HOIfIT.. AUlu"ta. ( ;a. $12\ .JO) ; also warrant1 I sale and rent given. "
.r I SE'S" 4. SE4. or 9N'S" 22 .
M.'or of the of '
S 46-61 City KlHHlmm. ,.,* :N\\; .<,, ti'* or N\\ I' <..r s\\ 14 for $ ] 000) liurial ('expense of negro

.. r; M\\s\itw: : ,i.f >?s"\v* ',.,. rn; ?: I'OIII 0X1 III: OK Ml)lt'I'4. UO' JI1 per at "uVhltt 'Icr. Ilorida ; J. I 1). !' WE WRITE THE KIND OF INSURANCE THAT PAYS. .' :

.5. Illl.I 111 Ul IKT Til I.K of S\\ '. 2:1 In Ireiilt ( 'ourl f'r' the Hr. enlh .'.ludl.lnl ( 'hunn, examination of hodv of I'eail'I 'ITerry$1O.tO Only reliable in

NVI4 of -: ; I of 4 I In.till ..f the inSole f ll r- I companies our list.i .
la (Irrnlt Court .., b. ....< h .....11 rNN't. \rflr: : 1 ) and
r\ S\\ ,4 ,s IM \ \ .SI4Ri4 Ida In nnd for .......ln 4 ounty.IX ; examination of -
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J I la aatl for 4>Nt*..ols' 4'0"..**-* o/ N1.: '4 of Nlfli.H: of NT: I'.. Johnnlon. t.omitlnlnan body of Prank Kinkade 1000. : G. 1

IT 4HAMKHVKmnrr '4 : NW'4 : N H of NNt.. of SI1 .M.It. Feed for horse of Mr. Evans .G :

i .,I : 8\\ '4 of NK >4 of HP4V, ; ; 'I. l.i.nlrr. tinI rbblr tinnIer, bUlfr hil B F Second (
!? I.rnlrr 4Mnl 3\niter <'. Ilsss.'l'rsiaa '4 of NW'4 of Hn-4 ; NW', of \\ UrHpoB.lrnln.K ( was presented to the board for Ctizens Bank Bldg. Kissimmee. Fla. 't

S <. la Comnioa, Ciu pl.I....., Ml>: >4 of HI5'4 : M'4 ufJFlJ of \
and after "
: *.. SW4 ; NV4 of S\V14 ;; HWZ of 'OTH' OK NCI-: payment some discussion <+++++++'c +++'c.+'OH+.G.4..+....50.1&.4.4.4.5o.'..+.....+...+. '
Ijaela O.h.me, sad her .u..4. If .hebve K\V',4' _ TO ALl \ IT "< > .4.fi .
- _- _ ____ 27 \'IOJ < NTornvNotice by the hoard! they refused to pay the ---. .
-r .....I..d. ....l nrla Osborn anilher N"'l. of NP'4 : R\V'4 of < P14 _ 2S : Jf\\ that the unil --- - --- .5

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4Islrne nnil l Mlli> 4 4lMliim .. ...1 j I .r s\\ . < I pay _
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'. KMlhrrlne. I.. llilnust.ii anti herhuahnitd. 0 . I'"an.; 10l) ( () extra' month I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee
Nil. 'I :N\\; sI| : i4 Nil.: of I i i ill t (II us' 1 i""i il I J mn i ,vi ) per to the I
If she he tnnrrli.1. nn.l Nnfhsnlrl :s\\' i I , , , ,
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I the names of such ,.rnoiiH HO 1111. r, .., < .
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nespap-r. putillHhi of p.'I H. ) I o hoard consult with and helping people to see. Our price are I
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ti and tale nt PlordlnWITNEK1 lele.lant l.l.lN'h.... h.T.: Al., 1'0.1 I I s:1: o"'I': ::'" vise the tontiaitors as the work right t

? the Honorable mines W I

Perkins. .I lid 1<" of the said t.irt. and OIH'Io:1I Mill I ON M.| stall of I FI., .lila p.vinJ road proKr.ss4dMr I - __=- = '
(''.'rk thereof .III ( 1'1\ |- i "nut v .51 i isi. ,ii.t ssI C. L. collector -
mv name as and th official HKII\ I' I Itandy. tax filed .
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Sc the 4th day of November A P IfllB . mill H\ i.zii thatth I !
antn I h, I In I nani,, ,1. to- vvll hoiiuiM It : ; ; I hhowilg
L J. K OVFRSTHFFT ah isS- Hint, ,-in, nt IM II-, lo I II-, I,, stnf TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
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A. Counsel for Complainant 4fi 12t be 111. n C ".'nnett Hani.' Kills. l '1"01 < ourl lit Kiniliiitiiii. ? Plorldn
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BILL TO QI'IKT TITI.K A I i Isiliiuil 'ttn Ere ,
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oinimnv a cor,poi nt I Ion Nolnri I'uldlr. quality and at .
IN ('HANt-K.KVKnarr oiK-iiniz.d ,uni] I .. W .oko.I"r'. workmlbi. pre. ,
v tin In..o. of Io. n. K VfcoininiHHlon txplreH. I P..i In,,. 1'M! fi. ;fr" 1" \ w 'I
L 8 MlKworth. J nines, ..r..llt. John 4 IIn' surprise you. tore h. of handling
I" I.r..lrr ... \VaKrr C. It..., Klannerv John H'him,.ry. .llraril Trust -I John.t II OVVIIIR of I.okosot Florida ni te rputton .\

si_ T..t. I. Caasssosu. Caatpilalaaat. Company a lorporatlon ortin 11 lzfl uii HI>III.UT \%' i'SVIS. hardware that i superior you will make mistake
v.. der the laws of nnsIvaiila. Klrhard :0''I': VOlt I'V'ATIO'n..r. 49 -6t '>< KlfterWhenever 0 .

lmrlm 0........., ... hrr ........!. If she Ooodliart J Herbert (Jreen Jam..s \\. .coming NOW and inspecting oar big stock.

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3, Ka<*....* TIsaiMsaa ... ... rrrarTtmtmmom. Emma. 1. Hall: George Fred; Holmes: 2 1.IS. Ne. T

S f.' ..r .......... aad M. C. Oa.fcama Clinton U Haley Jacksonville &: Tampa Ta Gre'*

'i-: ... ... ('. 0...... ... Mlla, c. Railway Company a corporation Notice I. given that Richard Old Grove's Tasteless

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,', KataartM N.. UTtaas. ... her Pat Florid. on Osceola Hardware ,
r \ JK>ton, E< Nard V. Jackson August 39.
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Xrraa aad L.pla M. Ta> a. ad ... ford Simon O Miller. Jess McL-aln. Kant. Tallahassee Meridian has flied and IRON. tni pofQUINI& -

>> < ; Charles D. T...._. ... ar kaabaad.ad C. Edward Mack ;John B Mlnnlck. ;J notice of Intention to make Commutation I
k .. 't Mary A. Mar sad mar ........ Albert Merrltt. Samuel C. McCormick I Proof to establish claim to the oat Malaria Brch the Blood and

; ': .J (( U .h. IN..ard... aad Mary. A. Robert C. Oliver, Henry Pullen. H. UL land abOTe described before Clerk of Build up the .. t4an. SO cent -: -

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,yFIDAY:; -; NOVEMBER",28" ; .191S.; ,. .. (THEjnSSlMMEE; \ ,VALLET' ..GAZETTE'. f' tl PAr, ,a


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OSCEOLA. STEALSEALI; BONNET WORK IS RESUMED
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fc'EA: '* 4 "ski'1NK '*POPOIATION:[' 'OAI I N 1ft: ,.POPULATION"F"COUNTIES. 'f. : ; If AND GIVES -LEG' BAIL .ORLANDO BRICK'ROAD1 plants because: [; tie of road the'shotting1''was .thrown down open of\the rc(. i

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.(Continued romPage'Onty", .'. 'f.. ... .;... . oi..o.. t. 0 ...... ...... .', tt. .... to .of: rerted othe!, ] ,tun oOat.' .ThV firstsh.pment 11'' ,
j; .- r j".4I-- ..:'/ c \\J" '1Ti a 0 ... t yl Fannla Baker, .colored. 'wanted. anew According> ..the), Reporter-Star, : willarrir, .within '. feW" :3 I a
'.Accoidlng: ; ':tov tabulation'.Of ]the u i ,1' '. ':,j rO'UlatloD.. Inireaae fall bonnet. Orlando.' work was reiam.d'oa, th-el days' theJ traffic will" 'bye( .
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p/tatocenani 'figures'',by, the commlssloner Counties 1915 1905 Number Pct .
She unfinished portion:of the brick road 1
t wanted it "mightily bad, so to be turned out aroUnd that section.,
'of agriculture, Florid gain Total State ..__,..___ _,__ _____ 921,569 614,902 306,667 49.9 bad to; Orlando this week. The ReporterStar ',
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indeed that she spent several ., The work ''will proceed Vapidly and
':'ift population during 'the last ten'years f 'Alachua. __M-.: _._______ ___..___ 85,365 34,001 1,358 4.0 'j II .
good minute trying to pick out one says it will not be long before it will be '
ia a fraction less than 50 per 2), Baker ..__ ______ '___n__ 5,143 3,380 1,254. 82.3 : ; ,
r-- to her satisfaction County Engineer R. Ramsey t
at the Bon Ton received finally completed.
J cent" The gain In the last five years, 3 Bay (a) __...____ r------- ___. 13,518 ______ ______ ___ Hat Shop'last Saturday night .Then notice this morning from the I S

according to the compilation announced .4 Bradford ____ ____ __ __ 16,778 12,943 8,835 21.9 4
n n n when Alabama that The home of \
she had selected one and requested Paving Company shipments I summer May Irwin,
Is nearly 23 per cent, showing thatFlorida's 5 Breyard ___ ____ ._____ 7,270 4,348 2,922 67.2
nn that it be laid aside for her, of brick will begin\ at once in the well known act'ess, will be converted -

''i development Is perhaps 6 Broward
.I' .greater than any state east of the 7 Calhoun _______ un u______ 7,567 5,796 1,671 28.8 Mrs. Rogero, who waited on her, paving of the half mile link in the dians. M

? Mississippi river. 8 Citrus ___--_ __:..___ ___n_ ____ 5,226 7,543 .2,317 30.7 u
grabbed up another hat, which had already -
shows the 9 _____.__ ___
The 1915 census popula- Clay n nn nnn 7,315 5,484 1,831 33.4 -- --
been placed in a ball for delivery
", tion of the state to be 921,569 as 10 Columbia __nn__ un_ __h__ 16,023 19,913 .8,890 19.5 "
and
gave "leg bail. She fled
against 614,902 in 1905. This ia an 11 Dade __ .-____ ________ ____n_ 24,535 12,089 12,446, 102.9 r
pursued by a number of persons who
increase of 806,667, or a gain of 49.9 12 DeSoto ._______d _n___ ____ 22,184 12,446 9.738 78.2 0 0
responded to the cries of "stop thief. I
per cent. 13 Duva.l ______.--- _nn_ ______ 94,834 47,912 46,922 97.9 She was captured near the Platte-Mc- d

T The population in 1910 was 762-- 14 Escambia _-___ _____= nn__ 41,143 32.38:1: 8,660 26.7 Farlund Fisheries. by Night Policeman Blowers Ground Limestone makes acid soils r

c 619, and according to the figures an- l5 Franklin ____h__ nn __n__ 5,434 4,636 798 17.2 Coleman, who was on the scene sweet. It releases potash, salts and imparts r ,

nounced, there has been a gain of 16 Gadsden _____ ______ __ __nn 22,981 11,511 6,470 39.2 within a few minutes after the theft strength and vigor: to growing crops and tN"eS.Dlo'rB' 1

i 168,950 in the last five years. This I 17 Hamilton ____ _-n__ _n_ ___ 12,484 9,921 2,563 25.8 was reported. : limestone ground unusually fine (

.5* is an increase of 22.4 per cent. lk Hernando ___n _n_ uu n__ ,291 4,040 2,251 55.5 readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities GROUND.

19 HiI1sboroLJgh ___u___ un _n 83,061 51,46 32,245 62.7 Fannie now occupies a cell at the 1 -:-can he applied at any time -is
;'r Hillsborough county has 83,661.: ( In
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y' 20 Holmes ______ ___n___ ___ _n 14,014! 11,027 5,067 56.1 county jail awaiting trial in the county I inexpensive. Write for literature and price. ,(
1905eit has 51,416, an increase of 32c' ,- court. Authorities that she
21 Jackson __h ___ _____ ___ ___ 3fi,407 26,824 8,583 32.0 say isl I Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.
245, and in 1910 it had 78,374, an increase an old offender and has served timein : 1
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of 5,287. Hillsborough was divided n nu 16,196 13,130 3,066 the Box K 308, Ocala, Florida '
j ) 23 Lafayette n____ hn _n___ __ 7,87:3: fi.92:1: 1,950 92.9 gang.
in 1911, to create Pinellas coun-
r ,, 24 Lake ________ __n__ ___on _- 12,468 7.filfi 4,952. 65.9 .
l -f71 but if the original county had remained Bodices with bolero effects have . .
would 25 Lee --.------ -------- --- --- 8,734 3fH! 4,77:1: 120.5
; ; intact, the increase long fitting sleeves' slightly puffedat
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is I 21)) Leon u.u .nh un 20.1:15: 18,883 ,252
ty, have been 24102. This foot note the elbow
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r added in the department report in Levy nun un - -- 12,00a: 9,2H 2,72:3 4 1NC EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN

,f fairness to the county of Hillsbor- 28 Lih.-ty ___ _ -_ __ _ __n h 4.826 2,835: : 1,991 70.2 Miss Ida Vernon, who is now past live them a Six' Monthi' 8p..ola1 (" our.. r rC
I 211 Madison __ __ _ _ '._ 17,834 16182!> IH3!, 10.4 I .t the TAMPA BUSINESS COI.LKOK and }
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'f( ough. 72 years: of ,age, has been on the .stage you have them equipped' for life.V train
6' :,0 Manatee. ._ __ n.n __. lfi.112! HW, : () 7HI2: 8.5(; more young people ai bciokkerpem bankem -
The city of Tampa now bus 5r>,!!l7K for iO years. '
f clrrica. i
31:! Marion __ __- n. -_ _-_ _ :"8,757: :20,725(; : 2,032 7.f; I n Htenefrraplierff! and office and
+'r In 1905{ it had 22,82.:). an' increase of I put them into Itnd! poftltlone then any '
32 Monroe _ h_ ___ __ 19,640! ; :29171! : "J.3:1:1: : ,0.4(; I other two CBlletren In Florida. We havea
+ 33,155. In llll! it hud :x7,782:!, an SOUR, ACLU STOMACHS % I
III-I :JJ Nassau __ ____ _ 10,005_ : 11.0U 01,007 '!9.1 a large mone building wluh dormitory iA
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kt(; crease in the (Ive-yeHr period of 1 CASKS; .: OR INDIGESTION room. on' theconrt floor 's'e Mnvv t .F.-
I :'4 O'unj _ u _ ]r.lH: n.11! JK07 1:11: /---- Klunn Day and Night All the Year and re. 1
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::33 I: O."la _ u _I 1OIfi! :! ::3.1:22;: 7,314 201.0 alp free *
Jack h'l\ dlt' n' 11:1- 1.I.hO.. III :311,; Palm 1\1'al'il (a) nu _ __ u_ !,71k. __ _u 1| Each "I'ape's. Ii a pepsin" digests 3000 I HMHT SPIloiil to liuckwaj"1-1>9c t:' 'iNR8: :THE AND! !
1905 it had :\\/i.r"Il)l an ink e,. > of :)n.-! grainxlof I L. M. HATTON, 8UCS"I$5. CRt..I"lI'u" and Kino 1'enmanMp 1 1E
c food ending all stomach
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\7:\ I'ascn" ) !I.HI:! //.100 .1:14: 57.9! : fr..e to tho p nler..a..l.Vrlte today.
549. In lilMI! :11 t had; l .r.7.f.I(.!i'.l.!' un in< 'lease misery in five minutes. M. w\ccts., President
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J r+ for f five years of y.51. ::19 folk ___ _ _- -__ h _ _- n,42: : 17,803,::! 19,559! 109.5! 1 r',1 ('..,;'....1 ... rjr'1 .rte v

.I Pons..nla now has 2'1.217.. In lOO.; 40) Putnam e __ ];,!!Ij!' 11,192! : 4.7fi7 42.5II : Time it In five minutes all stomach E dl"". .4., ...... TJ.nofl"l&A ,

it had 1i!I'W: < >, an increase( of )1,712 I In 1 1f Bantu. Nina -__ _u U'H__ 2,741i 1IkO '8l41)! 7f.H distress will go. No indigestion, 1'11"1\Tampa ICS, 4Jla-eaaN'Ia. ,. .. V Z _

1910) it had -2)82!: !) : ;incipnse in five 42 R"lllllloll' (la ) !9,45' ( _ __ heartburn ; _
l sourness or belching oft| -
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years. being 215.: I> la: St .John. _ ]13,187:! IIOO',( t 2,44 22.f, _. lliof --.a;. .
gas, acid, or eructations of undigested :
Talll1hll.",,}("' present population is 41 St ],uric" k.fO.; t?! 3,024( 5/)78/ 1 H4.& L ,; __
I I food dizziness I
no bloating, foul J
6,192 The population in !UIO! () was :3-!, 45: Sumter, __ _ _u nn 7,17 :5,549: 1,968 35.5 n +
breath or headache.Piipe'a '
811, an increase. of 1.HK1] The population 41; SUWIt'l1'1' _ _ __ u_ u. _- 20hI:! IH.Oll 2,278 12.6 I
Diapepsin is noted for its .
: for 1910! )( waft!! fj.018) or an 'increaseof174 47 Taylor __ _ _ _ u_ '. _ __ 1O.7k:1: 5.581 f',202 !13.4 l1

for the five-year period.,! 48!! Volusla __ ____ n n_ h __ 21Ii41 12.14'( 9,498 78.2 j speed in regulating upset stomachs. TWENTY DOLLARS
It is the surest stomach
/ The total population of Leon county 49 Wakulla ,_ h_ ______n ___ _h 7,6116; fi.207. 2.399 46.1 quickest rem- (
.1 in the whole world and besides
si 20,135. In 1JJ05! it was. 18,883!!!!: 50 Walton _________ __ nh u_::' W,474 12,21I;! 4,205 34.3 edy it

which shows an increase. during the 51 Washington __ ___ ____ _-_ n_ 10,814 11I08! 1,094 is harmless. Put an end to stomach
ten of The popula- trouble forever by getting a large
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past years '-DecreaseaCreated GIVEN AWAY! !
fifty-cent case of Pape'a Diapepsin
tion of the five was :11t'I.
county years ago since 1905. No comparison can be made with census of 1905. I

19,427, the increase being 108. . : __ u from any drug stole. You realize in
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RI 1 The population of Duval county, according five minutes how needless it is to suffer .
phase of road building will be vision of a government engineer.
,1'r to the 1915 census, is 94,834. ohtain-I I from indigestion, dyspepsia or any

;wl In 1910 it was 75,163, an increase of ed. L. P. Dickie, secretary Other details of the meeting have not stomach disorder. It'., tne quickest, fOR THE NEXT fEW WEEKS,.THE

19,671. In 1905 it was 47,912, showing Central Florida Highway association, been wt eked out, but a corrplete pro-I surest an4 most harmless .tomach ,

an increase in the past ten years has announced thit George-S-. Scales, gram will be published next doctor; in the world -*,

: pf 46,992 or ninety-seven and nine- senior highway engineer of the ..United -f J I

tenths per cent. CENTRAL BUSINISSCOL1EGI : '
I States Department of Agriculture,
Escambia county this year\ has 41- 1
4 will give an address on good road
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143. In 1905 there were .32,383 people -

,in that county, an increase during maintenance. Co!. C. M. Cook, of 1 1a : OF

,5 the past ten years of 8,660. For the Fittsburg, will speak on transportation. F t
M. ''.., five-year period the increase was 3- ta .
if" -, v In addition, experts: on road I ."

', 114 materials, construction drainage, and / : e FLORIDA. ,

.v 1 all other phases of road engineeringwill 5,;_ \ :
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:tjfQOAQ: MEETING TO BE speak. Demonstrations and ex- 1 I ', s54.! ,

hibitions ofroad building will be arranged : FLORIDA OffERS itS )
r KISSIMMEE ,.. nI
> HELD IN GAINESVILLE if possible. r .
\, C'ongros'-nian Frank, Clark, who ism ;,I' 9 t *

Washington has notified the 11 r I ]

t SESSION:' OK Til E CKNTI.A1.KI.OHIOA I. '(;laiiH'sville, hoard .If<, trade that he COMBINED ,

t IIIJIWSH'H1; \- ''ij"oliliiiiit'd. : l a (pond mini to sppuk' at S$90 $$10 1

TION:' I IN l'OId.1GE:<; ; CITY HKCEMHKK IniwctiiiK' caw ,WSte SCHOLARSHP FOR S

1 9TH WILL UK; I IN TIIKi; i Tin'' ( Vntuil, ) !I-'Io"d"] Highway Association 1 r ;

NATURE OF A .OOI;( KOADS(
I '' Much was Loin in Ki.ssimniet -
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SCHOOL hud a puul 1 intMiiln-iship" , of mole R1mlngtoll.UA'CRifles a x

--- than 1100 the hirgpht i'i' the ,tate.It .

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,-. school? Well, thut is whllt the meetIng will attend.The meeting i is not AiI fox Real .22 Sport '

at Gainesville December) !llh will, limited: to them however, every farmer 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash
the .42 caliber in t lie ,
as highpowerarms
be. The people of Florida, are in the county commissioner, tin"'iness .
your shrewd !tj sportsman selects t tOOOO"OOOOOO
manei ybody in the state mterested -
food; roads humor, and they! will I build his rifle and cartridges for result
more good roads bu", < the biff question! in good roads is urged to attend. v oooo 0 ooooooOCI
I And wltcn. you start to l be er.lel, there's nowhere -
is, of jeba-t h;.;.i the roads. be built ? Gainesville will be prepared to accommodate - J t 10 stop" short of 1femnplnn-f'.lfC. I S.
.-t method of construction shall be 2r>00( to woo!)( ( visotors.Arrangements 'Marie tn Sinttlt- Shot modelm. Slid Anton mod A., -- - -- -
A with the famous It.m''Klon.I'M' ( solid! hrrfx h- -an.1 l C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. ;
used and how shall the roads. be maintained for a reception and r_ now. the Autoload." model thAt sufrfsjfnllhart/ dl ft 16tnnU t
get-together meeting the evening of 1 1<..,, ,rt Attttilnafting rtm-fire mrtrtiiitrt it tthtmt".....d,... 1 'n
? These are the questions II For real .7- "x"rt, get your r.tlf and rartridftrR from the
.v December 8th have been made. An- 1 dealer.who display* the Red Hall Mark of I<.m-U MC.t' .
which the commissioners
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puzzle county 4- The Waters & Carson
in particular and road builders other feature of the meeting will be'' 1 Sold by your home dealer I and 870
a visit to the University of Flol ..Ia. :;.: other I leading i merchant. in Florida
generally. 'I ...'-' 'a".or;; - ie
Some light will be thrown on these, Visitors will life given an opportunity -. .; Remington Arms-Union; Metallic Cartridge Co.
to inspect the new road on the cam- f.: \ ..:. ;.Wool worth Build me (233 Bro&dway) N.w Yak City
Gainesville.
questions at Every coun-
I :: t. 'A = '" Grocery CompanyWholesale
which built under the .- = --
ty commissioner in the state should pus was super -=-. I

s attend. It would be impossible for ,
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any county to call to its aid the authorities ..
.0.- and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES

:' who will address the meetIng I Q I L. & N. RAILROAD --- SUPERIOR SERVICE I 1 I

The program has not been (definitely I FLORIDA AND NORTH AND NORTHWESTSeveral

arranged, but some expert on every fast trains, choice of scenic routes, up-to- The Louisville and Nashville makes direct connec-

M c J date and comfortable equipment, accommodating tions at Chicago. Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis

tl JO CENT "CASCARETS"IF and employees, makes the Louisville and I for Buffalo, Denver Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis -
agents
OR Omaha, Pittsburg, St. Paul, Toledo and other
BILIOUS COSTIVE1' Nashville a favorite route between Florida and Western and Northwestern points, and carries 44440444044444 040404004040004O .

Western and Northwestern points. Steel coaches SOLID STEEL sleepers to Indianapolis, CLEVELAND 00 .
.v%+ ij Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, and sleepers; unexcelled dining car service. and Grand Rapids on THE SOUTHLAND.ST. WE SELL: O 4 WE BUY: .
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Sluggish Liver and Bowels-they OO .
"''r 1" LOLIS EXPRESS SItE' ftOl'THI.AND DIXIK F1.YKK HAY 4 '
\ work While You Sleep. So."oo8d 00 O O HIDES '
eo.tah..d !Morhho ) 'Furred -: am Ar ( Inclnn.Lv! 12:10: am 10:25: pm Lv Chicago Ar 703 am 00 GRAIN -s .
f=\ Tongue, Bad Taste, IndIges- 8 00! am Lv Cincinnati! Ar 9:00: 0O
t 9-00 pm Lv St. Louie Ar. 7-40 am pmTFVl 6:45: am Lv Evansville Lv 10-25 pm 0 O FURS .
J : flop, Snow Skin and Miserable Headaches 8:15: am Lv Naihvllle Lv. 800 pm Hm Lv Indianapolis' 2:00: amt llfts: > am I\ Nashville Lv 453 pm 00 FERTILIZERS 0 .
I 8.00 am Lv Louisville Ar tOO:
I '"t :_come from a torpid liver and 1:16: pm Lv Blrm'I'ham Lv 12 1 50> pm te.so-pm Lv Or'nd Itapldn- Ar'l:00: pm pm- 4.18 pm I..V Ch'tanooga Lv 12.22 pm 0 O WOOL .

, clogged bowels, which cause your 706 Lv Montgomery Lv t./lOam 12 01 am Lv Cleveland Ar7/iOam 8:40: ( pm Iv Atlanta Iv8.15am < SHINGLES 0 .
::' 7SO: am Ar. Jacksonville Lv 8.15pm 4-U--rr\Lv Knovill.-LvI 7 ::50> am A r Jackaonvllle -Lv 8 30 pm O O AND .
r"itoinach' become filled with undigested 24-pm t
.' to 9:10: pm Jacksonville. Ar 7.80pm 10:00: pm Lv Atlanta Lv7.18am '::80 am I.v Jacksonville Ar7.30pm 0 qftANGE BOXES 0 .
food, which sours and ferments 4:01:/ pm Ar Kla..tmmee Lv 8:18 pm 8 ::45 am Ar Jacksonville LvB.2pm( 1:03: pm Ar Klsalrnmee Lv 2:13: pm ALL .

like'garbage In, a swill barreL That's Sleeper open for occupancy 8.-SO.: Rapids. Mondays and Thursday. t Slfr..per may be occupied until 7.10 0 ORANGE WRAPS.. .
I \ t Southbound cars leave Grand Northbound cars leave .IackaonA.. M.... COUNTRY
th.'ftrlfltep to'l1ntoJd misery-Indigestion '
vllle Monday and Thursdays. .
v 0 VEGETABLE CRATES *
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'.a1dD. 'mental tears* .,ei7thmathat is'abdsnauseating 111 Marquette Bid*.. Chicago, Ill Louisville i '10t Melts .Rank Did*. Indlannnolls 0 CRATE NAILS + 0 jO j- .
A F., D. Bush Tt. P. A.; LAN RR., ; Ky. F. E. W.l..s.: T. P. A.. L &: N RR. ,
.s:, : ';' Casearet Union Central Bids' Cincinnati. Or.O. H. C. Bretney, F. P. A.. L & N ER.Jacksonrflle 105 Majestic Bldg.. Detroit. Mich. 0 00000000000004< 000000 0 . 0 . . 114;1
t .;willgiv; ,your :constipated ,. B. 1L'h). P. A.. L A N RR. __ J. Zempke. T. P. A., I. A: N RR ,
't 3U N. l St., Saint Louis., :Mo. IF.... $Hippodrome Bldg. Cleveland O. .
::; thorough; : ';cleansing: and We sell field and garden seed of all kinds.

' .1V.1\; 'out morning.. ''Theyy0u'Isliep THREE fAST-i.IMITID: TRAINS DAILY Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping. parties

: :-4'..lkentala box free delivery.in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. if ;

1 # will]keep ':yon- "'feel. I THC SOUTHUVND". '"'fSTTlOiJlS-JACKSONyilLE, ,: ,'.) :.4:. t'T"E DIXIE fLYER" We 'are county agents for good fertilizers.- Ak us for circular and pries

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APPEAR IN KISSIMMEE I I b.principal OIfCEULA'oface of CATTJ-E Article'and the. phtee corporation 1.&OMI'of business NY Shall; i.rThe'name J i : : Classified :Advertisements j[ : ll I


1 The following pupils of the Kissim Bronson, Elizabeth Waring, Blanche shall b.County In (ho, In city the of State Klsstmmee of Florlaa.. Osceola -,

: mee public: schools have not been absent Miller, Lula Hansel. and Its busiesses shall be conucteelsewhere I ,. _
FAMOUS YODLERS FROM AL- or tardy during the month end- Sixth Grade. In the State of Florida or - - - - - - - - - - - - - -------------------- -- V

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In other State Countries
or through
PINE MOUNTAINS WILL BE ON I ing. .Nov. 6, 1915, have made an average A. Div.-Wilma Wilson, Lillie Hansen other offices, branches: agencies or FOR SALE-One pair Struble Com completely equipped for cruising.
PROGRAM OF CHAUTAUQUAAND otherwise. as may be necessary ur convenient puting Scales, absolutely new; never Will sell at reasonable price. ,
of ninety per cent, or more, in Ruth Hirtxel, Lucy Lupfer, El- very
ARTISTS' FESTIVAL TO Art lei. .. used; still in packing case. Can See or write W. W. Saunders..31S
their studies, with not less than berta O'Berry, Velma Hudson.. The. general nature of the businessor w
BE HELD HERE NEXT FEBRU be seen at Osceola Hardware Store. Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf
eighty-five per cent lnvtany one subject B. Div.-Vera Johnson, Thelma businesses to be transacted by said
Company Is as followsTo Cost $75 will sell for
ARY. and not less than ninety-five in Sutton, Robert Calkins. Ruby Oliver, breed raise. Import export, deal new ; 6O. G.
In cattle she p. horses. HOK. and 'domestic B. Woodall. 48-2t DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.
-- deportment. Margaret Lasley, Dorothy Miller Ar-
animals and livestock of all Tiller. .
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kinds. and to carry on a general IN *.-
First Grade.A .. chie Ba...
and fascinating
A thoroughly unique
stock tfraslnR and agricultural Lunltiers WANTED-Plain sewing to do.
entertainment Is to be realized in Division-Florence Ashton, Oren Seventh Grade.B. FOR SALE-Small Iron safe, at the .
Yu produce purchase, sell and dealt .Please Call. Mrs. H. D. Geiger. uaxette office. s' $
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the appearance of the emopany ofTyroln Brown Sarah Duke, Enoch Herzberg, Div.-Dorothy Denning, Verena 'n a'l .ji ixlucts of the farm ai.1 l dalrv: ..
Garner Johnson Hansel Johnson Fouts. and all articles goods and merchandise 48-Ztpd '
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singers and yodlers from ,
produced prepared or manufactured FOR RENT- uTnfurnighed

;4 the Alpine mountains, ia the coming Louise May, Leon Rouse,Elsie Schil- Eighth Grade. To carry from on such the products business of wholesale FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway." beautiful lake view, delightful .

1 der, Ralpt Witx. A. Div.-Edith Miller, Minkie 29 ft. converted cabin .c
Otantauqua and Artists' Festival und retail dealers In meat and o. a.; cat; neighborhood 121 Patrick St. close
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which is to be given here in February.No I B. Mv.-Joe Denning, S. E. Gardner Gardner, Percie Oliver, Comelia Lancaster meet.i lion products therewith, and slaughter to operate In house cotin ,4. in; $5 per month. 46tf

musical organization has ever had Cecil Canova, Garland Hankins, Dorothy Welk, Margaret Lee, Block yards and live-stock, ranches. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Send $2.60
also to manufacture all kinds of food for
} Cecil McCloud Marion Patrick, Emma Miriam Munger Lawrence Parker 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50.Pe.ch .
such an ovation aa was give the Alpine and food products and to operate and FOR SALE-A ten-acre square tract '
plum peayand cherry trees
singers last ssaeim. B. Quirk. Lena Driggers, John B. Div,-.Jessie Bowen, Annie Tur- houses.maintain I Ice tanneries plants: cold canning storage factories ware at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-. of the finest quality citrus land '

Dressed in thjflnffative costumes, Lester Hichard Holtsclaw, Jack Bur- ner, Vashti Harmon, Mabel Scott, and fertilizer all hutiding factories needed and other for factories the conduit foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf fenced; one and one-half miles from '.

constitute -atmosphere that u kam, Emory Harris, Virginia Bowen, Harold Flint, Clara Ploetz. of such business --- railroad station. For further
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To acquire by purchase or otherwise STALLION (FRED-For) ser
:J likes real breath from the air of the Hazel] Newton Ethel Joiner, ZelmaBenjamin Ninth Grade. own hold. buy. sell, convey, exchange inquire of H. .W. Stearns, a .
Celo Nicks lease ,mortgage dispose of. vice. Sturdy, strong, intelligent, ,
Roy Huling, ...
Blanche Davis Caroline
mountains Theirprogram is made Tripp, trade and deal In real estate. or other Louffhman Florida 47-tf ,
Daniel Minx George Lee Singletary, ., mixed gentle medium size, excellent con-
German Henry Edwards. property personal or
k up of Tyrolean', Bavarian' Viola Bell Yowell Clare Sue Ledbct- To survey, subdivide, plat. Imi'rov.. dition. Money refunded if no colt
and American folk songs, especially Truth Grad and develop lands for purposes FOR RENT-Furnished flats. Apply. '

'' 'featuring the' world-ttrnous .Alptnehk. ter Mary Yates, Nellie Gilbert Er- Christine Ivey, Ruth Howell. or all otherwise things needful. and to for do and the development perform 422 West Oak Street. 49-tf at the Oas.tte office. tf .

I1., in..tnuneDt. nest Allman, Preston Johnson, Ethel Eleventh Grade. Improvement and management -.. ,
yodling ajid playing upon Alpine of the same for residence, trade or FOR SALE-Large and small residences -

1* ., giving solos; duets, 'quar Flint- Tempi Minx, Muriel Davis. Manie Withenpoon, Edna Calkins. business well located. Also vacant FOR SALE-BARGAIN-3200 acre ,-
real
conduct estate
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Second Grade.A. _
choruses.I : Twelfth Grade., t surety and Insurance agency and brokerage lots and farm tracts improved. fine pastureland $1.12. per acre.,.' i ..
Dir-Minnie Hudson Carrol Calkms{ business, and to act as rent, ?
Frank .
Those ':who have,, visited. the Alps Celeste Moseley broker or attorney In fact for anyarsons Cash or term: P. O. Box 845. 44 C. W. Ward Kissimmee, FI.&.9"41tt''*. :, '
Makln lon,. Sarah 'Rexford, Ruby Lilian prentls, GrateWinn, Kathleen firms or corporations In buying - =-_ ---- ',
I and;heard: the.,'natives;.in\tieirt{ ;';woniderf . Serafino Finriochalro Geraldine selling, pledging and dealing: inreal
Driggers; ,
'Helen :
Bearden Bass/ Marie
M ul'yodle songs, can'i Appreciate the Boyd,, or personal property. or its accessories. LOST-Corduroy coat between'' Yellow FOR SALE OR.TRADE-Automobile
Lesley; Mary Scott, Erma Ty- bann I .
Maurine Parah Clark Dolli '
: Pine Lumber in cood'condition.. Can be .... ,
t; i .' great treat which theybr'ng to us.Nothing Edith Floyd, Elmor Hultquist, To carron the trade of Reneraldealfrs Company mill and .t ",
ney Alford.
In merchandise and suppliesof Lupfer Prather ; '
in American music bears any old Jack Keen place. Finder return : Garae4'Ttf' e.4
I Arvlila Fansler, Wayne Walling, nil kinds on the co-operative plan
I Alpine To and entertain business to Valley Gazette office to H. ,
relation to the yodle t songs of the carry on any I or
Johns Bet-
r Fred Gilbert Mamie Lee Judging by Appearances.The undertaking transaction or operutlun -
FOR SALE Three-room
singers. Across great gorges, commouly carried on or und..r.laken I Sjaarda. 49-ltpd house and
k Griffin El-
? tie May Snyder, Athahr. tired father of a restless boy "
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hy promoterH Investors lot, $350 '
the ; twenty-five dollars cash
+ carried frog 'crag to crag on len Coleman, Theresda Bronson, Mar- orated as follows, not speaking to the contractors merchants commls- '
4 winds of the atmosphere floats thelover' Hlon m*-n mid agents and In the courseof FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms, balance $10.00 per month Thl ,
ion Scott.B. boy t directly but doing it in his pres- such bunlness d accept, endorse I
1 call, and this Is echoed and reechoed Div.-Clinton Bass Melvin John- j I Hcquire .dIO... ra ali., or any ne- 113 Main St. 49-tf beats paying rent. J. M. WlUaon '
ence: Igotlable or transferrable. Instruments I
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down the Canyon until tlje son, Rufus Suhl, Helen Chapman, Ro- "How true it is that it is never safe und: aei, urltlea. Including debentures, FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and \ ., ;J.;;
a i the human ear bonds notes and bills or exchange
sweetest melodies slna Finnocchairo, Tina Schilder, to judge by appearances!" 1 o pin chase I acquire, hold, own aaslKii wagon one 2 cy. Buick In good RENT-Six room modern eotw*. !joI y a'-'

+ y ever beard'are produced. Glenn Benjamin, Dick Makinson, Ha- "Yes," replied the boy's mother, ,ks tranwfi bonds r: and and other dispose evidences of theair of condition good tires; must sell or I tage, close in; $12 per month. E; '%., I ",

The Yodlers! will prove one, of the ze! Bass, Catherine Denning, Jylia seeing that it was her cue and ans- ln of the Chautau- m"Hlic or for el am, and to Issue In exchange .aa I. Klsslmmee. 7U .
.4 :really big features Nicholas .. .B9X. .ance. 104 Posslel Are. (The) Inn)..
Ledbetter, E. Lane Stevens, wering with another version of the th* rt-for 'its stocks bonds -jTfotlu .

? qua and I Artists' Festival. TheirS Biefcener, Don Oliver, Dorothy Bullock l cliche, "appearances are often very To i ac ohlluatlona ? uniqueness cannot but Appeal to us. cons ry. sell and dispose of ,
Doris Davis, Christine May, deceptive. anymtnee .
KIAN( IAI STATEMENT Of TilE .JI'I'IliT.. JOItV
DRAINAGE r-
mint'rals ores mineral oils of ) DIW
d bring to ,the simplicity .
They will us Odell Harrison, Hulin Snyder, Road- "And so are inanimate objects," all kinds ruining and mineral oil TKKT FOR THE YEAR! ICN.DINU 5RPTERBICI.ytt... lets, t+
+ of the shepherd life up in the rights, and metalliferous lands, and '_ fJ:
away
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c la Cooper, Vivian Floyd, Emma Lee continued the paterfamilias with any Interest therein, and to explore. UIII- ..... 1.
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vastness of the .Tyrolean Alps, and work, t xpiclse. develop the same, and t4ft7\ Proceeds of ..
t Padgett. marked emphasis."You would think, : ; kinds temporary loan _____. __ 11.H 1.00. w' .
to manufacture and transport all
i ,show ui how the peasant folk have Third Grade.A. for instance, if you judged by appearances of ores. metals and mineral, and the. Paid Iiham. Randolph Jb Co. .,

"yl .;.achieved complete mastery of the music Div.-Tracy Canova, Arthur that the heavy pair, of school products To t'Btahllsh.(thereof: construct operate and Paid blue Iiham print Ran-------------. : .. g./6

of their country. conduct, turpentine farms and stills chief en ...____ I.OCO.Ov F
e Bullock, Haul Grace Bell, Letty shoes I bought for James the other shingle mills. saw mills, hotels. electric Paid I.ham Randolph Co..
day was going to last for than lighting and power plants, ex- paldc "f n ,___ '000.00 \,
r HolUclaw Katie HirUcl Herbert more : 4 1ph--
: Lawrence Barrett's Romeo.Irving ; vhAnm Mild! systems, tramways, log I sham Co.. ;
I' the of Wilson, Eula Bowen, Margaret Cis- three weeks, wouldn't you And you fOadH rl red Ring and drainage plants chief en Randolph_______ 000.00> '.
contributed to gayety Paid
and N\Hit-niH water Works and sewerage Uham Ie Co..
a about Lawrence Bar ens, !Rebekah Mil lor, .:Veiena Rouse, would never think that the fragile plants, und system, ;and to manufacture chief engineers ________ i.ovo.oo9lt
a supper story looking arithmetic I und deal In lumber cross ties Balance ________ ___________ 4,744.00!
I ,', \ rett. One night Barrett and his old Willie Joiner, Ellanor Overstreet, bought him at and nax.il: : Mores of all klnbs.To J'

Helen Winn, Alma Kritz, Georgia the beginning of the term would bid acquire, purchase catch, take. I1J.74700 |U.r47.00H. ,
t' friend, Edwin Booth met at /their I t>uhold. More, pack, preserve., .. d ;
New York. Barrett after a Fairbanks, Arthur Donegan Eunice fair to last him forever. But )ook at I export. diMimse of and distribute .II'j. a U BWINQTreasurer.' <
d club in I EdhaItritz 'em!"-Cleveland Plain Dealer. I nil kinds, and to generally engage < ')3\\ '
'. ;:: brief greeting, bustled toward the Rivers, Margaret War itt the fish business, I. , '. .
: -, U buy, Bell, equip, operate
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4 i.t" door with everp appearance of remembering ing.B. YES, IT OOUIJ BE DONE nYtoo .ld..t earn ships, steam boats, tors as to the. value of such property appropriate seal, and shall adopt bylaws - :;;
I Div_W sley Branson Eustis eeeaaailing vessels, motor launches power labor or services shall In the absenceof for the, government of t- I 1!
a pressing engagement Pat Wbelan, the new lodger, was ...t* and other boat and, property toe fraud be conclusive upon stockholders fairs not Inconsistent with Ita"artlet..* r -, (,
#r "Halloa 1 Where are you oft to!" Peaks, Charlie Sylvester Mary Ethel engaged i nlacing his boots in the used n each business, trade. coro- and all parties dealing with the of Incorporation and the laws- of the
I 'I I Gilbert Mary Ella Strout Geraldine ce.VH navigation; and to construct Company The authorised capital stock State of Florida which by-laws mar I' 1 ,
4 a.ked.I and docks, be Issued and for at such repealed be
i"" Booth .//Ji-J kitchen. Ills landlay was standing operate anSI mar paid rd.T dlgrb" as mar pro ;'
"
Johnson Irvia Driggrers, Thom Wharves. warehouses terminals. In time or times and such terms In ,, IT ,'. .
_ ..' l' '. "To a rehearsal Barret near, remarked "Pat would you likean connection with such business. and conditions as the far of Directors Art.le ,. y; .
"What's the play!'" Quirk, Franklf"T"er t ; ; Marie Harper, To pursue any and all other buslarsses may determine and It mar be Incr.ased The Mirhest amount of Indebtedness. \"\\ r J"
l for breakfast, 1
egg and to do any and all otherarts from time to time beyond the :
*
1.'1 Edna Yates, Ruth Starling, Doyle Davis or liability to whelh the corporation, "
amid it "Romeo and and tings, and to exercise amount stated In the manner providedby '
was any
J; :J.. Barrett "Faith ma'am, replied Pat grimly can at any time subject Itself ..baU't .
: Ralph' Schilder, Harold Burkam, and all other power which may be law be Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand.; ,' .
a Juliet" "I heard of a man who ate two necessary, expedient or convenient In Article 4. Dollars t, i
i Kimbrough Oliver, Louloe Young, connection with, or In addition to the The shall have .
in etaphishrdlucmfwyp corporation succession .
asked
: Article a.
rBooth and he Is alive yet. -Kansas City business and businesses hereinbefore :1...
by Its corporate name perpetually ,
t Willie Gilbert, Olin Sylvester Mary The names and residences of the..1.
1 what do take? specified which a natural person find a >
t f \ "And part you Star. corporation of this character lawfully and Is to exist perpetually. subscribing Incorporatorsv together 'j Y''b.t
;* ..r Booth asked in sudden access of in Coleman. do and exercise, and to may do any Article S. with the number of shares of tb..u- .'. ,If'.J!':
i II' Fourth Grade.A. and the businesses or things Th t""d..bf the corporation shallbe thorised capital .stock subscribed for .
I'
i to" terest."There. One effects make or:1Im';. .. either alone or In n a President a vice- by each, are as follows: t.
pieco princess a r :
Div.-Eddie Bass Willie Long, combination. President, a Secretary and 'r.a.ur.r. P. K. WEAVER, residence Klsslm- s
for in
i l is only one part me new and becoming feature for aut- It la the Intention that all the objects and a Board of Directors, consisting mee, Fla. 100 shares..
Marie Clara Bell Yates Ruble
himself Ogram of not less than three noe more' than D. O. WAGNER residence Klwlm- J"
7 said drawing and specified I and clausescontained
the ,
J t' play; Barrett Bass, Virginia Lesley, Nellie umn. models. in Wth"I':. paragraph shall, ex five members; the number of Directorsto m.... Fla. to) share, , ,
: \' up in lofty indignation. Taylar'l where otherwise be tiled by the stockholders In the O. P. bARRETT residence Klsslm, >,1 '. "
4 Yates Canova said :'rt.r; bylaws from time to time. Tl.m.. Toes, Fit.. 100 .hares. -
aid Booth "1,'know Dorsie Leo Lup- OP APPLICATION FH>R I.KT- paragraph, be nowlae , ,
"t, "Oh ah yes ; may bold two or more offices, STATE OF ) 4Jt
c to Inference person
Wt TERM i'ATHINT AND 1NCOHPUHATION. restricted by reference or FLORID"I' ,:
;
fer Isabel Janet Katherine : .
Tyner, that the President and the \
Grves except 1"J'
j, from the terms of any other clause of I IBB
T'
; : 'fl -the NI..r.! .' Miller. this or any other paragraph. In this 'Treasurer shall not be the same per OSCEOLA CQUNTTJ ., ':. : '
"
\ The) .angered tragedian stool forth Notice Is 1u>reb"'lflv.n that the un- charter but that the object and IT KNOWN-That before me'theunderslrned :r" +. .I'
pow son.The
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t :fi_ .. sllencevar.d did not speak ,B- Div.-Ma Wino, ,.Delia Ledbetter .- deralirned will apply to the Governorit "** si.*.cin" In nch Of the clauses, oT following named persons the shall Notary Publla In. and forA', +..:..., -
be the officers conduct businessof aid
4'p -Jtt haughty .. to reon&1b'j j
State shall be
< :) tthe of Florida on the 37thNOTICR this paragraph regarded
twordaya-Strsng Mag Fred Evans, l?. D% Thomas,: day of December A. .D. 1.11. for Letters Independent object and powers. This. the. company until the fleers who p..a"ed ?..'JcWBAVEhn>." a. ,WAG-: 'I,". .'it ;
tai Aooth for .
'plx): : << Madge Rivera, Fannie Seymour, Ellio Patent .Incorporating OSCEOLA charter may be amended ,from time to shall be elected! at the first election ofotrl".re NJSR and at4knowntous O. P. GARRETT to Trn., well' ,:, " ".'
azin v A /? CATTLE COMPANT:under the follow- tint as provided by law now or, here of said Company. . shall be known to b. the ;) -, IJ. '
/I Elmer Ruth qualified: Individuals In and] '.
; t ., "I Johnson, Schwetkart 'In B proposed '.charter. and articles. of after enacted, whoa abscrlbedH. '
4w.. '< '" eNAek Incorporation a a oopy.of' which has 5 Artftel. L P It:. WEAVER, President th.lr-name* to the; r propo *> I
..' r A.D. 8OTP Herxberg, Eldridge Hants Ely been alP In. the ofpoe of the Secretary t The amount'of Itu-Capital Stock au I>. O. WAGNER. Vice President charter, and each AdCNOWCHDi( '* '

"a 1'liuffer'from.enijn,?:aald'th. society Burkam, Paul Grubb. of State P.of Ki-the'WEAVER State of Florida.1 .' Inte thorised Tw nty-Ftve shall be Hundred 1110.000.00 Shares divided of Treasurer 1 O. P. GARRETT< ., Secretaryand. that poses he therein executed expressed.the same',tor; ( 'the, .J' 4, t

e ".trod'of_twp, eaaoam.r"And \ : Fifth Grade.. 11, >..O. I a par value -of t)0t,00 .. :: and each of said fnree. ,persons,, snailb. 1" WITNESS mr hand and official/
: ,' .GARRWTt of aald stock Director i ' ,7v ,> at Xtoamlmve iliaUtk dtr; 'of. N
o. P. Any part or all capital a f,
Winih4iDennhtg '
.., .Z from':dyspepek.." ,aaldthei1tlQOdety'OfNmanylieasona7 ,: A. Dir-Gladys Calkins; : f may. be payable,either"in oak or Ira.ropert" Such Directors. .) afed' officers$ shall be ber. A n.uh.. .. .1. :r --.4' '._
/; >. ... tv it' ; DtargartWlnns:' F\' s.''Led. ARTICLES/INCORroRAT oN .AND ...\ labor or a.,."I..e.. .t, a Just elected' annually on the ind Tuesdayof (8..17" ".' : '::7ut'UV 8.' Q\tUIIL. I cI
I' .: ; : valuation -to ....fixed! by tb. incorporatora January; : ot each yaar', berlnnlar. lathe '. lary (Publle etit..... Vlo It-
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