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: December 3, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00727
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I : JTOTOURTO $27;,500 BOND ISSUE SCHOOL'POT ; ,AcTIVEATHLE7'EAT, : : ; .'81' :YEARS'; *


1 COUNCIL HOLDS SPECIAL SESSION '.. "... . ,,
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SOON BE ASKED FOR MAIN .. . ', .. ",!tI>o
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STREET PAVING. ,
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i': ORLANDO GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS GRADUATES OF LOCAL INSTTTU .. .: J' ..". ,, JURY. ,ACQUITS :HIM- '"or.MC*''' '' <

"4 INVITE KISSIMMEE TO TION MAY ENTER ALL SOUTH.' "" OFSTEAUHQ'COW.ROMSON ,
With the in the
money now city '
!' JOIN IN TRIP TO GAINESVILLE. ERN COLLEGES WITHOUT .. '.
treasury for the $27,600 bond issue .. CATTLE. COMPANY.' -.
; ; f' LEAVING HERE EXT WEDNESDAY voted during the past summer, it is CESSITY OF TAKING EXAMINA' .. h HARD-FOUGHT TRIAL AMD
(" MORNING AT EIGHT expected that the city council will TIONS AS ARE USUALLY RE- '
'MISTRIAL LAST-TERM
: at its regular meeting next Tuesday . : AT _
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arrange for advertising for bids for .' '. COURT. ; ,
: the paving of Main street from the :' =-- .


f .(:., SESSION IS IMPORTANT the join present city the limits.end paving of There the of the brick the county paving paving, soon will to PROF. EVANS NOTIFIED .., . .....JII .Jt- .f... BRDWNI<,,C, SE:8'':BE6 Gii.,t

to be begun and will complete a brick A

/ MANY SUBJECTS TO BE UP FOR ,highway The Citizens from Kissimmee Bank of to Kissimmee Orlando. JOHN A. THACKSTON, DEAN OF y THREE DAYS 'REQ JIREDT&: ( .

\ DISCUSSION AT GATHERINGOF which purchased the bonds, tumdthe TEACHER'S COLLEGE AND CURB JURY;'TO-' TRVJCHARGE i

CENTRAL HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION money over to the city treasurerthis STATE HIGH SCHOOL INSPEC-' ./ AND JURY BOX ISHAUBTED .

1 WHICH WAS BORN week and the bonds, properly .JJEFORE.TWJIL: .; :" '
signed and executed were delivered. TOR. WRITES THAT SCHOOL .
HERE LAST alA WINTER The city council held a special meet- HAS AGAIN BEEN PLACED ON MEN ARE 'hBELEt DORAND'rJURY i

PARK SANFORD, APOPKA. ing Tuesday afternoon and arrangedfor ACCREDITED LIST-HE CONGRATULATES . i ;;" FINISHES;, ITS \VOI .
LAKELAND AND OTHER the payment of outstanding indebtedness COMMUNITY\ UPON I'ANDHA; >IES''lH8E1. r ; r
TOWNS a portion of the bond Issue CbUR'I.,... :.r."" II . "
TO JOIN IN TOUR.
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SHOWING MADE. 4 , J ,
having been voted for that -< ,
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' r Members of the Orlando Board of With it this part of the bond issue expended John A. Thackston dean of the ..Atter"alleralrtt} : :. i&n h Jf' :' ,
remains for the councilto
Trade and good roads boosters in general now Teacher's College and Normal Schoolin hour the Jury In the .
t' from the capital city of Orange let complete the contract its work for by tho arranging of to connection with the University of .. vs. John Padgett;, oft41 .
to leave that next paving .. '' .
w, county expect city larceny a J.
Main street. The matter of advertising Florida Gainesville, and State High .
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Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock intwentyfve { t the Canon Cattle l' .b
for bids has been School inspector has written Prof. R. .
before the
: \ or more automobiles to council occasions and M. Evans, principal{ of the Kissimmee ::.. , v a verdict of not guilty.k TJOs.".......'
, attend the meeting of the Central on previous the . ., of.the. hardest foughtcas.. ,
p'.a'
schools, notifying him that the Osce-
and
plans have been ,
specifications :
; Florida association at :r... : p .
Highway heard hi. the circuit court'bere'WMtwtried
ola high school has been retained on 4 ,
prepared by City Johnston. .
7 Gainesville on Thursday, December Final action Engineer delayed until the the Southern Accredited list. ". ." _at.the last term.; of courV; *teal. .
t was .. '"\. &tDistinction '
resulted in mis trial .
9th.Editor bond This means that the work of the : case a ,
money was actually available, I .
Glenn of the Orlando Sentinel
I added totheia
i and that it is hand high school has been approved by the wan '
the
telephoned the Valley Gazette cil is now ready to take on the final steps.coun- committee named for the purpose and W J. Davis Showing His Grandson a Trick While Resting From I by the array ,' f. 'legal.taltnt,on esci'sad. "" '
yesterday that he hoped a large number that graduates of the school will be I Wood Cutting.W. .. 'Stau..Attom""IOD":. .was *a't'w' I
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of cars from Kissimmee and Osce admitted to all southern and slated.In the prosecution, .Uni tW:", .:: ,;
ola county would join in the caravan universities without examination.This colleges . J. Davis, of Lockwood, Missouri, trick while resting from cutting States Senator, ,N. 'P"" t Bryan;.,,W'b e, :
that moves out rom Orlando next ATLANTIC COAST LINE places the local high school in who with his wife is spending the wood, just to show his little grandson the defensewas represented by';.Joha-t
Wednesday morning. Editor Glenn a class with the better high schools whiter -tn Kissimmee, stopping with I eton Oarrett of this city land Caxjt HiI.
asked that general invitation be ex- of the state and the entire south. The Mrs. W. H. Farmer'on Possiel avenue, how it was done. When this' photograph D. Landis of IbeLand. .. Th -trlaI.oY'; .'
tended through the paper to all good WILL MOVE STOCK PENNEW school first reached this point of recognition is a wonderful man for one of hi. was taken Mr. Davis was 77 the case began last Friday,.Dd .co. ,l\\', : b ,
roads boosters here to join in the tour. last year and it is especially years. He has passed his eighty-first' years old. He was asked If he .could siderable time was taken up in- securing -,l _!, l '
H. requested that those who go from pleasing to Prof. Evans and his milestone, but is still active as a still :perform the trick, and /when a jury The Jury which heard the,; .,:>'',. )
here try to reach Orlando bv 8 o'clock 'I ORDINANCE PASSED BY corps of teachers to know that their youngster and can perform athletic' doubt was expressed -that' he'(.could, case was corn i.HH,,of.f.'E./' Williams. ,!?!' ,4,."t t+
so that the whole party can start6-? CITY COUNCIL RESULTS IN work is again approved. I tricks that are impossible to many he placed himself in a chalr'and did R. L,' Pearce. : ;' Fertic, A.' D.on..to J J* ;{: rt

gether. ORDER OF RAILROAD TO HAVE In order for a school to be placed : men fifty years his junior. it with the ease of youth., te' ? ., bert,.J. B. Tumblin and Z..,W. Bass.,:;'13 "- *
+.t A like invitation has been extended on the accredited list its course of I, He brought to the Valley Gazette Mr. 'Davis attributes his suppents| ,", The trial'' of.Pan' Brown c hargea-t 1' 'l. ;/" : R
to Sanford, Apopka, Winter Park LOADING STATION !MOVED TO study must conform to the minimum I office a photograph from which the to the fact that lie has"taken exercise with murder in the"flrst"degree; m"'i': .'fA' '
Lakeland and other nearby cities andi LOCATION OUTSIDE CITY LIM course )prvoided by the committee or :j reproduction was made. In this pho- regularly and has been spending his the killing of .: Johnson/lost.FiCCs' : v,
i; it Is not unlikely that there will be ITS. exceed ?it. At least three-fourths of' tograph he .is shown performing a winters in Florida. < ruary,'was"begun today ; .This*case'*. '
}-'fifty or more cars in line when the the teachers employed must have taken has attracted considerable'-attention/4 .
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a: start is made. their B. A. degree or equivalent at and that It willalso'behard.fongh;
'The-rneeting in Gainesville promis- The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad I. shown bythe fact'that requirtkd .
-et to be an important one and as the some recognizuniversity. No three' days to''.teg6re1"a.-,jury n":Thserlginase <-1 ,"
hsu issued orders to B. E. Haley, division teacher may teach more than five i HIGH} SCHOOl BEGINSBASKETBALLPRACTICE fAll DEAo W( ILEPN ,
Central Highway association was born road master with.headquarters subjects. Certain requirements as to ; : THIS exAAUsted.. r, ; !.
:in Rta.ba nee:last May it Is hoped In Kissimmee to move the stock load laboratory and library must be compiled a special venire ef fifty more,",, ...."f wl, ''
that a number automobiles will go ing-pens, now located at"the foot of with. Sanitary regulations as / WAY TO '$T. CLOUD the'jury,was',flnaly- selected I shortly,' .
{from, here to see to what enormous Darlington avenue, to the new location to buildings must be observed. Class before si*>o'clock' last night' the.jury' .
L proportionstheir child has grown. box J purchased some time ago. This periods must not be less than 45 min !
; The program opens with a meeting '' new location is north of the city and utes and laboratory periods twice that COACH HARRIS' TO HAVE FOUR 'VERMONT MAN DIES IN PULL- fifty men dra wit ordered.v'"from athe: fbodjr ;.eft;; b'the '.
' of the executive committee of the Cen- county was 'Some telh 1.1"<
E-'J'{ directly east of the new home of E. L. length of time. There are numerous
tral Florida Highway association. In Lesley. other requirements fixed to provide a FULL TEAMS'FROM WHICH TO MAN CAR IN JACKSONVILLEEN twelve'of. the tw nty-flYe\t'of\ 'dthese\ ;

.r at, 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. result of the ordinance passed by.the the Osceola High School''' has HIGH SCHOOLS OF STATE. TO ARRANGE FOR NEW DEEDS a.'eompleted..to": ; ':' The directors will meet at the same city council several week and complied with them is evidenced in "TheJurywhlch\\ Is .be u\itJae. ; .
ago WILL TRY FOR CHAMPJONrSHIP. TO, PROPERTY t
place at 8 o'clock. The Board of which went into effect on December the letter which reads as follows:' TUERE-OLp caw. is made up of the feflowiac. isjn:. ,
I? ..(Continued, on page I) 1st. :This ordinance provide that no (Continued 'on pace I) ONES BURNED:, I. -ContinuedOD': ,.. .) : .'" ,1" ,.-43' ;

stock can be driven through the city .. --- { ,- ;
I' in'herds, unless securely fastened bya i" . 377HHHTIN6LWEHJB.4 j p'ISSUED'HERf :
ODERN Basketbal begun 'White his ;
WOODMEN
rope or thong and led or driven bjf NOVEMBER ISSUE OF practice was by 'On way from Derby"Lane, : .
i. a competent person. Osceola High School boy. this week. Vermont St. Cloud, Hartley < B.; .
" The removal of the stock from This branch of athletics ha. always 63 years of age a'yet. :
GIVE O'KELLY BANQUET their prominent location almost pens in the UTOLAKEAN APPEARS been a favorite one with the local eran of the Civil war, dropped deadon R !TRATE:' '-
school and Coach Harris will have a Pullman car in Jacksonville last .
heart of the city has been sourht by , < ...... . '
four full teams from which to select Thursday Mid '
the city for several years and the rall.Ii1.ad night Although thecase r-! q > '
4 I The members of the local lodge of"iodern .: company.promised to act over a The November issue of the "Uto- I the material for the High School .nve. was not diagnosed it I. thought he LARGE:!'NUMBER;' ''OFGET '' NIMhADib) (8ftAccording
The"boys are enthusiastic over the was suffering from heart disease.
[ Woodmen of America gave amet year ago when the new location for .
lakean the Osceola School
I High pub ) '
and are already figuring on The Jacksonville Metropolis said
prospects }
l last Friday night at Fraternity the new pens was bought. Delay after MURPHYiTO'SI
hall in honor of D. B. O'Kelley, delay followed until the city coun- lication, has just been issued from the I winning the state championship. The Judge E. E. WilUrd. justice of the .JUDGE M. t'! (.W,

district: head consul of the order, who cil at the petition of leading citizens, the Valley Gazette is press. This issue of showing made by the local high peace, acting as coroner, after lookIng THE ? ELUSIVE GAME :;; :AND4"; f.,
for several in of them in paper an especially good one school last year, when the team Was into the case, did not feel'it necessary -
has been here days a many engaged the stock MANY HUNTING !
and shows the ; PARTIES3tiGD:, ;
splendid ability on part ;
second only to the Winter Haven to hold an inquest ;
campaign to increase the member business, passed this ordinance. This :'
of the staff.The OUT
ship of the order. As a result of Mr. action on the part of the city seems team among the high schools of the The deceased had'just arrived on a .f. ,r t.. .i't.t.
., i O'Kelley's work, some thirty applications to have accomplished the desired result editorials are well-written and 'state, has given them some basis for train from the North and had chang ; : "'!
received and ofthese subjects well-chosen. The literary department their hope of winning first place this ed cars for St. Cloud when he expired.
many
were
t applicants were guests at thebanquet. Mr. is filled with good things, year. The train was just preparing to pull to !hr.eordq of.C UDtyq( ,.,.-"
Haley announces that actual which give hope that there may be The return of Arthur Jarrell, a for- out when Inmates of the car discov Judge T. ,MV-Murphy hunting If.:,,; ,.reAjarN .
I'' laid for hundred, work of removing the pens will begin among the students of the school the mer basketball player, from Gainesville ered the man was dead. The body censes have been Issued front big '-':;", "'
t and Plates were the guests were one.membersof within a short time. future authors of some of the coming where he has been in the preparatory was removed. fee'.to rlmrods jwho wished'to the among St. Cloud Modern Woodmenand "beat sellers," as well as entertainingshort school, has been a great Letters found in. the dead man's the .Iuaive-came'tn. Oseeolaountyv! ; I g "G!
Neighbors stories in the magazines of a I source of satisfaction to the high pockest identified him. as being Hart Resident county licensee..wereissued.. 7)f) *.*": d". .
members Royal of the Royal Neighbors G. B. TATMAN AN OLD few years hence. The list of literary school enthusiasts. Jarrell is counted ley B. Gates of Derby Lane Vt Oth. to 281 persons; non-resident county. **, "
lodge of Kissimmee. The Rev. S. W. efforts includes: "A Night in the j upon to be one of the members of the ere gave hla purpose for visiting licenses to-38 and non-resident licn"v\,V .:K" a
Lawler, pastor of the Methodist Woods," by Christine Ivey "Doro- team. Of the players who figured on Florida as that of owning a tract of see to 8 persons. Many hunting paW 'sties '. -(' ,
t church acted as toastmaster and his RESID'NTDIEDMONDAY thy Dare's Thanksgiving Adventure," last year's crack team there are land in Osceola county, to which he >have I'Obeout'-dwinc'. ,the >>&lIt. Ji'" ,
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ready ,wit made the evening an en- by Maurine DannJ: "Thanksgiving six men still in school. They are: wished to secure new deeds. Letters two .weeks.- ,; "" ...;iJ'-' -\'j t i" .
joyable one. The tables were beautifully Day at Grandma's," by Abbie Harris; Beuter, Carson, Johnson Tiller, Cooper told of how a fire, which had burned During the t'{'month ot: Novirnbeet3 .r ,
decorated with cut! flowers. A George Bryan Tatman 75 years of and a number of poems, the authorsof and Dick Bullock. Coach Harris his home \bi; Vermont, had also destroyed .- alone. 265 'resident; delicious course supper was served. age, died at the family home in Kiu- which are designated. by initials says there is plenty of rood new ma, the.deeds. ...,.. Issued. 63 ,1)OD-realdeart"eoa" : ty' "f j,: ','''
.. Those who resonded to toasts were: simmee early Monday morning. Death only.The terial and that the old men will haveto Relatives have been telegraphed to, licenses 'and';{ non-resident .Ueen..J.1." w; 1.
It'. Good to be Fiaternal," J. L. Ov- resulteJ from a stroke of paralysis athletic department tells of the fight hard for places on the team. but have not yet replied.VEGETABLE < The total receipts -for< licenses. 1....*,'- 'V \: ,
erstreet "Twentieth Century Educa-. suffered by the deceased while he successes of the football team and < ed .in NOftmber..N.62&' ,OftftIa'; ht.5 ,i'j
tion," Prof.; R. M. Evans "Why I Ama was at his place at Sheil Hammock. the plans for basketball. The exchange 'amount $38UO roes Into thsr school1" .J
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lie brought to the for treatment FAGG THANKS THOSE SHIPMENT i fund. The recent decision'of' .jr.r'.? ... ,
was city
Woodman," C. E. Carlson, of St. department is filled with com- ;; the IIU- -a"} "'
Cloud; "Can a Woodman be Fraternal but slowly grew worse, his ments upon other high school publi- premevcourt 'leaves fJ,2t.25<>"which-: -. :t. '* .t'" .
?" R. M. White: "Need of Union I death coming despite all that couldbe cations, while the jokes and locals would have gone to thegem.) wardntd; % ,*' ; .1>> '",
in Strength In Woadcraf t," S. M. Lup- done for him. plenty of amusement The WHO HELPED IN TEAS LIVELY IN KISSIMMEEGOOD but' which. t will now- ->.. 'a1ao.*, ;bo. ; .' >..>\.t t"c. '
fer; "Statistics in' Woodcraft," D. B. Mr. Tatman had been a residnt Jokes are well told. From a business given" to the school /und/i':' .) '. 1F' ;:
.O'Kellv: "Royal Neighbors Greeting," of this county for some eighteen years standpoint the publication is wellfilled Hunter licenses Issued] for: t.h. sea,). .
I Mrs. E. E. Wells; "Beauty of Protec- most of which he had spent at Shell with advertising local merchants SUPERINTENDENT OF CHIL-'' DAILY MOVEMENTS OF ion' f. 1t14.15' were! .&follows i-'! tion," Roma Thomas; "Fact and Hammock. He,was a veteran of the who are lending their support to DRENS HOME SOCIETY GRATE GREEN rOODS GOING TO NOR- non-redJentlieenseaf'gO; etatq'
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Figures Mrs. D. G. Wagner; "GreatNeed Civil War and was a member of tho the high school students. All in all l FUL FOR CONTRIBUTION RAIS311 fTHERN MARKETS AND RECORD sea and >830 county-- :licenses.:\ of Insurance Protection," D. G. G. A. R. The members of the local the publication is one of which the ED HERE TO AID IN MOVEMENT' ON 'WEDNESDAYWHEN gross.amoun : received ,from'licenses 3: '
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Wagner; "Ladies of Woodcraft and camp of this organization took partin school should feel'proud. CARING FOR HOMELESS CHIL 400 CRATES WENT. BY fast year was,$810.. ...'. .:'%" >y ty; '. & .;t:.
DREN. EXPRESS. ., ;:
Their Generosity, Mr. Warner, of St. the funeral services the pall bear-
+ Leavitt. ers being chosen from their number. ---- "' )
Cloud Dr.
; "Fr mity, '
Services were held at the home Tuesday RAMSAY SAYS HE WILL Marcus C. ji'a.g.tate; superintendent Vegetab. shipments from 1CI..lin SUPHEMECOURTWIES r >'
of the Children's Home Society of !"t
morning at 10 o'clock. The Rev. mee nave been lively during the put
CITRUS$ CHANGE IS W. H. Ball officiated. Service were Florida, whkh has been truthfully week and the daily movement has I : .
also held at the grave in Rosehill PUSH WORK ON ROADG. calledFlonda's Greatest Charity, been large with the record:day on .. .jT' XISSMIWCA| S / !. Ji

cemetery. has written the following letter Wednesday When 400 crates were .,r .. : .
: '
ADVERTISING FRUITS ulle leaves a widow, 'one daughter, thanking those who Contributed= to the shipped by express ,- y\ yy .: ;J;'. -fl ...' ..;'
Mrs. Morrison and a son, Flank Tat R. Ramsay county engineer of fund' recently raised here by the Cycle The majority of the" ,hipment41'I '.The FloridarSupa.ne. -s.oorEr'af; ") .,;;,' \\1.1'' ?."i
Orange .who has been ot Teas plan made' up of, eggplant,*..peppen,'and firmed the decree -of.the,,.lower '.wut>', ''a ,;ro
\: esidet its .far-reachnig newspaper man.Mrs.. E. O. Tatman and .family request county given Mrs. E. E. Naugle, Secy Cycle of There were.several! crates of .In'-the;easeof.Seminole.LaM'A. ',J.- ff' '-
',_ magazine advertising campaign* that the Valley Gazette express the contract of superintending the I Teas Club Kissfanraee Florida.. beam >- f vestment Company,:.plate Jn."...., H h
-\01\ f Atructive and effective methods are to all the friends of the family building of the three miles of brick ,My dear Mrs: Naugle. ,- :-.Within a'few days'the grower-of ?;'C,' J.J." RothW ,.def eadant> "er..r '. '
\. used by the Florida Citrus Ex-I their heartfelt thanks for the many road from the Kissimmee city limitsto We are more than plea.ed'hi- fact strawberries. will bed:: o to begin I; : d >e'f( t. tt(.. "."
,. ',' to increase the sale of fruit kindnesses shown them in ,)fr. Tat- the Orange county line was a visit we ant tickled to death with the very shipping. This Unexpected: 'to. be the.' '-. "' "Jl.q1'1. "':W -, '
.' ,i pine the dealer and by. en our- man' last illness and. In'their le-, or ryo'R ti ""i purchaser more,directly.l .- reavement. RaJna ',.stated that 'the delay ,occa. In/as;tbe :'proceeds iofjthe; Cycje of ,as there are some fifty or sixty acres ......Jl'fJJtre..t.Id.. UM . .
' f the latest ideas ir to send sioned, as the 'Alabama Brick oomclaimed.by.the'feat Teas plan in.Kissimmee.;, This.money planted, in".the' Immediate': Dt,-of i. nleptuant d if ap- s'r'
t'" Aboard art posters. Fifty DANN FILES. SCHEDULES. pany .that ;thebride will be/of tremendous help. totustta Kissimmee'and, SCCloud, ,..U. ; '..-' ,*."vyourhusband.who ti1Ra3 Jgz '* ..
( \ k orange grove views, besutia' -..;.... supply was ''limited and ,sufficient continuing great'state-wide work 'Jblilll ..
,; a \red have been ordered and C. W" Dean,,proprietor, : of 'D4DD'. brick could IIOt'be' ured'hag for the homelew-sad needy'.children : 'tfcrovch'tfce papa _. .: .r biiais .. :.:'
delivered showing oranges Department i Store,t through ,attorneys now been,.Hnn.. tad.' He .said UuU of,Florida,: and we' .waat to uk"Dew has helped.TOT:Mteriatfy..'VK SM ; .. ail, ... . ,, ;",,
'9z o d. andigrapefrnit'on.JheihVnams Vans -Agnew. Crawford brick is now in sight.; and that'" that you and, Mrs-JWrUenwho-have; grMt wtr_ to t : .;.
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t 1 o< the, Florida filed in the :United 'State. Court--U work.eauld soon be started 'Mr. amIe7 been'so eeUve-in'prosaottng. ti pla,* ; .
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i p 1 :- )I hundred and tnlrteen pounds It""would 10 CENT "('A.8CARETS"1 lays the 'PHtsbur \ '

a t.I Il, r .. 'rI bare had been been twice more a*favorable.'much i/ the" season KISSIMMEE HAS PART KARL JANSEN,.FAMOUS 1 FOR 7AVER AND BOWELSCure ,graph."So you'ldcked your landlord downstairs *'?; j

a The member of my family have ," queried the'magistrate.. "Did ;':,
'Stiver'sSuitatorium shown a great deal of interest in my 'IN NATION-WIDE PLAN SWEDE COMING HERE Sick Headache* Constipation, imagine that was within the right 't't F.1

canning club work and the neighborshave Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad you .;
1 ir' also encouraged me. Miss Carson r" 1.1.1 I Breath-Candy Cathartic of a tenant?

i helped me by frequent visits/ and REV. W. R WITIIERSPOON ASKED PHYSICAL CULTURIST AND ENTERTAINER "I'll bring my lease in and show it .\,

instructions. Next vear I hope to BY 'NATIONAL REFORM AS- TO BE ONE OF to you" said the little man grow- ,;,,
make a much better record than I did No odds how bad your liver stomach 1(:'J
I the past SOCIATION TO PREACH SPECIAL TilE PROMINENT FEATURESOF ing redder "and I'll wager you'llagree .
year.THANKSGIVING head
bowels how much
or ? your
CIIAUTAU- with that anything they'veforgotten
I -- - SERMON ON THEME OF THE WINTER me
\ OOO> OOH+C- aches, how miserable you are from
FESTIVAL in that lease I
CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP ON QUA AND ARTISTS' to prohibit

Royal I eQ: THOUGHTSAn : DECEMBER 5TH. TO BE HELD HERE. I constipation, indigestion biliousnessand had a right to do the very first chance ,
a sluggish bowels-you always get j'
i original: poem l I.'llUi v. relief with Ca carets. They immc- I got
Tailored A J Holt, pastor. ( --
i glintnre HupllHt church, wlilrhh Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 2fi.-A notional Karl Jansen, the famous Swedish liately( cleanse and regulate the stomach "
I The somber suit be lightened
,1. <- nail. at tinunion Birvlcvnhirc. . convention carried from a com- physical culturist and entertainer, JH may
\ Clothes I mon crtiter to Kissimmee and thence 1 I Ito to be one of the prominent features : remove the sour, fermenting food by adding a vest and collar of check.

c j -<<- M the uttermost parts of America by I of the (great winter Chautcuqua und and foul gases; take the excess bile

simultaneous services is an innovation Artists' Festival in February.: Jansen from the livfr>: and carry off the constipated Curs Old Sons Other RerMdlss Won't Cure.
Nom nigh and I IIJnworld
i auk IH KH\ scientific, original
; .; And K",1111 K to the bad. in organization comes of a family whose history waste matter and poison I'lie wont CUU,DO matter of how long.I.nding!
{ '- And NO mi- 011I1'111111 of cold or rain, with the National Reform Associa- < is traced back to the Vikings. They me cured by the wonderful old reliable. DC
And mf.noiiH. ex IT surd. tion which opens its fifty-third unual were his direct ancestors Ilm father 1 10-cent box from your druggist will Porter' Antiseptic Healing Oil 't relieve

r ti y Cleaning Pressing I Hut\\ HM for me.else, tho thenhe world, I HOChntevir convention in Pittsburg, 1'a., on December I is an eminent Swedish divine. Jansen keep your liver and bowels clean; rain cod Hckla at Ibe Ae time. rye:, :Sec, \\l00PIANOS

"' Dyeing andRepairing .1 nut writ.i It down \t It hunt a frown, 5.Christian. I I is a graduate of severul noted insti stomach wect and head clear for -
1 I'M 'ttr.Kht. enoUKh for meI citizenship; is the keynote I tutinns in Sweden and Norway is a
months. They work while sleep. A BIG
$ I nee the boy with youthful J,iM of all of the work of the Na- I highly educated and cultured gentleman you [
Kirk high the bull' In nlr tional Reform Association and to car- j and his programs are of the ::.
And too the girls' with HW inuring swirls messages of this convention to ]I high order. As a teacher of fenoiiifr lit, Privilege.The We have a fine piAno In.a home nearHlasmmneu.
!'Ikll' with living. hnlr.
| rope To coat of returning
lose
Tlielr, fncefl brlKht, HrreninM" of delight. who cannot attend at'lMttsburjr, and the Swedish system of physical we offer tremendous Have discount and most
And ha)ppy KIHI)fti I K i.-.-. all of the most prominent men in I culture he has few equals. magistrate looked severely at liberal trans to flrnt who applies.SI .

We Clean :day heHut It to In eonu Joy to'w moThe lov"ly eight, America have been invited to present )I For ten years he has l been one of the small, red-faced man who had IK.. hi ly used but In perfect rondlll.w..d .
Hl and
saving splendid
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Christian citizenship to their congregations the most successful impersonators been summoned before him, and who quality Address
: Rug and Carpets morning II K hi with I( crimson might on December 5 as an integral appearing before European and Am-
The Kv i-venlrtK tn K" up (flown tin* nat with,'rn tint sky.of roar part of the National movement fostered 1\ erican audiences.. He is one of the returned his gaze without flinching P.K. Wilson, Box 586,Jacksonville Fla.

ti v/11 l )hd To hid the world """od bye" by the National Reform asso- most versatile artists on the Amer- .
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The eta r" abut look down in lot ciation. ican platform. --

1. An In If all to thel Buy to sllv.ry I all .Iway.nhln.riK The Rev. W. B. Witherspoon of Kis- His story of "Thelma's Homer" :! ::::

Phone 61 "JuMt cease your Had reptnlntr simmee has been asked to preach a "The Land of the Midnight Sun, his :

The frU-ndHhlpi sweet we dull. meet, special sermon on the general themeof comedy impersonations of foreign
r ra i Are linked with love and labor Christian citizenship on December5th characters produced in native costume r : ::1

t And every man what'e'r his clan.I and thus the spirit of the con- with dialect, speeches and A-1'
hull as friend and neighbor
and the of its .world-
y I If here be hone, of friend or fore vention essence songs, his scenes from Shakespeare's
; 1{ Who wear .n n evil fetter, ... wide message will be brought into plays, correctly and beautifully cos- INVITED AND
It-intend of flouting nut their wo. f. Kissimmee.The tumed, with his demonstration of foil,
I III help to make them brtt. r.
h t FERN f FANSLER LEAVESTOTAKESHORTCOURSE convention will continue rapier and saber fencing, and his won-
There la I know to where 1 1(0.An.'h..r through three days, ending December derful phyhical culture work, makea

Hut hern I world.ow. to and all I brighter know 7, When the Rev. S. Parker Cadman, program which is entertaining in Your account subject to check is
J : To make their burdena lighter of Brooklyn, N. Y., one of the most the highest degree as well as very
With Home 1 nee I 1 don't HK r...*. eloquent men of the countrv. will instructive.Last invited by the Citizens Bank of Kis-
Rut shall our love be ehaken.Hume .
: ( clearer nhow the speak on "Christianity and Patriot- winter Jansen went over the
day may wayHow
WINNER OF CANNING CLUB we are all i mistaken.Ho ism." Southern System, and in every town simmee which will be glad to welcomeyou

"J, PRIZE GOES TO TALLAHASSEE the first made such a deep impression that his
I mull ay. and MAY alway.In Hon. Frank J. Cannon as a depositor and extend to you 4
Y FOR TWO WEEKS INSTRUCTION Joy or yet In Borrow, United States senator elected in Utah return has been called for to each

T' AT STATE COLLEGE FOR It may be rain or cold today will discuss "The Mormon Kingdomland place again this winter. In many every courtesy and privilege within
The will uhlne tomorrowThen
: nun will introduce Elder Vernon" J. places last year his reception was so
WOMEN-IS ONE OF A LARGE write It plain, I say again
I'll do It If I can Danielson who comes to expose the enthusiastic that return engagementswere the sphere of safe, conservative bank-
1' PARTY OF GIRLS. I I.et there be nunnhlno or be rain innermost secrets of the Mormon arranged for .him for from two
I'll love my fellow man. heirarchy. to six days consecutive appearance ing.ITIZENS.

Miss Fern Fansler daughter of Mlnfortunen;i may. not always. ntay. Dr. John K. McClurkin, of the immediately on the close of his circuit

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Fansler. who live The Will darkest turn the night longest will lead lane. to Hunt. Shady Side United Presbyterian dates.

I Just south of Kissimmee left Monday And line will turn to gain: church Piitsburg; Mrs. Lulu L. Although every attraction of the -
A, morning for Tallahassee, where she With grateful, hi art to bear" out pill t tAlonK Shepard, president of the Utah W. C. coming Chautauqua and Festival are
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will take a short course in the State For thn "tin life'sal" vary it H not wry.no bad' T. U.; Rev. Henry Minton of Trenton, of the most brilliant nature, Jansenis BANKorKlSSlMMEE
College for Women for the next two AH others feel today N. J., president of the Notional Reform sure to prove one of the most pleasing -
weeks. This scholarship was awarded Then 1 let UM raise a hymn of pralne Association ; Rev. Dr. James S. features.
To cheer long t he way
to her as the winner of the Cam Hid all who need .a "ood "Ood; Speed. McGaw, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Bish
ning Club first prize in Osceola count This Kind Thanksgiving l.al. Ii. Hughes of the MethodistEpiscopal ADVERTISED LETTERS SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I

J ty. She joined a big party of girls church of San Francisco,

from almost every county in the state and Rev. Dr. James S. Martin, of Advertised list for the two weeks

r Y at Jacksonville all of whom will take "FLORIDA FIRST" PLAN Pittsburg, are among the national ending December 13, 1915:

the short course. celebrities who will actively participate Brown, Joe ((2)) ; Bass, Mrs. Clar- DIRECTORS: i

V ''' The essay written by Miss Fonsler in the convention which meetsIn ence; Clark, Miss Annie; Gains, Miss
. '" .' u a part of the work in winning the READY FOR APPROVALANOTHER Pittsburg in the Eighth Street Jennie May; Hall, Mrs. Llilian; Guy, ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON ,

X prize was on the subject of church. B. A.: Keen, Isben; Mayfield, Alf C.;
F. W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS
j ., Year in the Canning Club." Manning, Lawrence: Newton, John; i ,
r? ft r.county* as follows: MEETING OR COMMIS- The Pensacola Chamber of Com- Royal W. J.; Selind Robert; Scare, v

' ( main objects of the canning SION TO BE HELD AT SAN. merce has been successful in its stren- J. F.; Taylor. L. It4.; Verner Mrs. !,

!,, club are to teach girls to be self-sup.- FORD AT WHICH FINAL ARRANGEMENTS uous fight against the increase in John S.; Williams, Polley. I

. v p porting., to to can grow different and cultivate kinds of vegetable fruit- WILL BE MADE cola freight division rates, and over Yellow the P. River& A. branchof Pensa- B. B. Simpson Postmaster. ::::::',::i:',:::::: :.::tK::;: ,:Xi :::,:

.U 1 6 and vegetables and also to market TO SPEND $50,000 ADVERTISING the L. & N. Secretary Phillips met
P the railroad commission during their - -- -- --- - -- ---- --p -- -- - -- ------- - -- - h+
.I their product to the best advantage. FLORIDA.
f.1 I decided to loin the club that I meeting in August last and the order I r

1U thereby From the commission just received
might profit by teachings
i than I could Final arrangements for the nation. shows how good a case he made out. I ;
making
l more money wide advertising campaign of Florida
otherwise. I planted my seed about
the first of January. Our climate being by the combined commercial bodiesof New homes are going up every few
r the s' ite will be completed at a feet along the Orlando-Pine Castle-
; warm, I planted the seed in the
,t open in well-plowed and fertilized meeting the "Florida First" com- Taft road and it will only be a matterof '
mission in Sanford at 2:30 o'clock on short time until the entire thor-

trtl't r ground.we had some After cold the rainy seed weather was planted andthe'clanti December 10th. Call for this meetinghas McClel.i oughfare is as thickly populated' as LET 'US HELP YOU c,

not rapidly been issued by George A. Orange avenue-nearly. This road

at first, butdid by constant grow very work andcar'they i lan, chairman of the commission. The Furnishes one of the rare delights to

,other members are: Vance W. Helm, the stranger within Orange county's '
r' s were big: hardy plant and
Miami W. P. Franklin
q ready to set out in about six weeks. ,secretary gates. SELECT YOURCHRISTMAS /
Fort Myers Frank W. :
treasurer \ ;
4 I set -them in muck land bedded in
: Lloyd, Quincy; B. L. Hamner, Tampa. -
f l., l beds about a foot high well fertilized
with .commercial fertilizer and ashes. I Following the convention of representatives state, emphasizing the climate and

d I prepared and fertilized mv beds be- of boards of trade, cham- other delights, presents the opportunities -
for the plants were large enough to l hers of commerce and other civic organizations which Florida offers to home
..f
k transplant. Then by the time they held in Palatka on No- seekers and investors and quotes fig GITS.

were ready to take up and transplantthe venYber 3rd, at which the "FloridaFIrst" urea showing the remarkable develop

ground was in good condition, and commission was formed to ment of the state. It is believed that

ys they started to grow right from the have fhiirge of this advertising campaign this' campaign will be but the beginning -
..: the proposition has been presented "
J i. I of concerted action by Florida
N'., firstAfter each rain I pulverized the to practically every community people in putting before the people of

4l Nt t ground to keep the plt.nts in good in the state and a irratifying; number the United States the merits and resources Suggestions for Her ,

j kt growing condition.The of these have indicated, their Intention of the Sunshine State in
; main for staking is to of participating in the cam *
reason ; 'somewhat of the same aggressive:
;,b keep the plants from falling over. The paign. At the Sanford meeting each way that has made California famous NORRIS CANDY-We have this famous candy in all kinds in packages from 10 centsto
reason I pruned was to keep off te organization; which wishes to be represented anti prosperous.

n'Y little sprouts called suckers, as they in the advertising will be expected a five-pound box.]

t p take up the sap which ought to go; to to turn over to the treasurer
the main plant. Keeping down these of the commission its quota of the
-r'-
suckers will cause the plant to have funds. hl'1 MiGAIIN] STATIONERY Berlin's, and Whiting's writing papers are the standards of fashion and
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If the total fund reaches $50,000, 't
.!, + more and larger tomatoes. I i : ( II
I sprayed with Bordeaux mixture ]j which sum it has been the effort of y% ; I excellence. See our window display of these goods.
the commission to raise, the attractions -
j1 and arsenate of lead to prevent di- ;
ceases and keep away insects while and advantages of Florida will iL I 4 I -

the plants were After they be repeatedly presented during a per- .
young.
P } got to bearing: the army and horn !I iod of about two months through: per- ... -' DECOLLETTE RAZORS FOUNTAIN PENS MIRRORS MANICURE SETS POWDER

,? k worms attacked them. I picked off iodicals and newspapers reachingmore '
ft the leaves that contained the army than twenty million homes. Any] BOXES POWDER PUFFS PERFUMES IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC

worms and burned them; the horn smaller amount will secure a proportionate -
11 1 worms I picked off and killed. volume of publicity. The ad- TOILET WATERS SOAPS FACE POWDER SACHETS.

i .i I made my apron plain with a little vertising copy does not especially (
square bib on whcih I embroidered in mention any locality or interest but
i:
(a l red the letters C. C. G., which means presents the story Florida in a gen- Women Tell Why They AND ANY NUMBER OF OTHER SUITABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO PLEASE THE
y
Canning 'Club Girls. The apron took eral! way with the information that Love This Magazine

I a yard and a quarter of ten cent further facts will be supplied by any Trom Fashion to Fiction it \I. Su MOST FASTIDIOUS FEMININE FANCY
+ 1 The total coat of apron law-t'l of the commercial bodies joining in 1 preme", write Mra.\ J. II.. of New York.

,?l li t thread being about eighteen the campaign. The advertisements ;(>( all tin ma ulna, I hata am taken kits T.1e orrmd. .
MurA1.L'N baatwrltaa
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i Miss Ann Carson taught me have beenvery" highly complimented of California' It fcaa such baleful hauaaluilil 1
1 + make it, but I am sure I could make I il by leading publicity specialists from j t :: autiMtlum.conwulrnt Bootl. alBa Anon to hamlla brtaht"'tortva.DILI *TliaMN
] one alone now without any difficulty. various sections of the country.It t, 'HII la! a mar wry I r...,lv..i _Not .... far roan than" Suggestions for Him
,....o.h u pay for a rear's luharrlptlon.
will be recalled that the Palatka
T The canning process consists of I xr.lo. ),.. A, J. of Tola. "1 cannot tall.
gathering, sorting washing, pealing, meeting which organized the "Florida ,.u all that. It rows. to l.raw.. "taken wrltea, MK'AIJ.a Routh '
"I
packing capping, exhausting tipping First" commission was the result ofa j I M..AJINJ nmlln..nh.rrllxr.< "... <.. m..d, sad m1nmlher GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS GOLD AND SILVER PLATED, FOUNTAIN PENS
11" raarT baton and dual now
ok for
suggestion for along
and a campaign ) j
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labeling. Be4- Baw dlab 1
for
My utensils were placed on a table these lines that the commission is n..w 1 |I irnHira.go U I II i>r help a pr7 I learn :; huahanil, a.,. ANSCO CAMERAS CIGARS, SPECIAL CHRISTMAS BOXES SHAVING

p where they would be handiest for soldering working out made in a letter sent out J .\..iu..must a I.I HRht:Iwo atiuvn I could:owl nut from do nlllMiut MH'AUL/H'; IL"A :

i' ; ten etc. I Had a white oilcloth by Mr. I 1). C. Gillette president of the R..OTl i..J r..W. A. kMttr f.r 4S T..ra BRUSHES COMBS BRUSHES AND A I BIG LIST OF OTHER
Hoard of Trade. The i SoUnkm ram ka MM FUBMubi
r + on the table. This I kept very cleanto Tampa raising) .
prevent any dirt from getting into of the funds has been on the basis of "I mVM-lt*m In mr I hk TUth. MALL rear and. .b.still hat rapportUK and- THINGS THAT WILL MAKE A MAN GLAD.

the tomatoes. The cans were sterilized an assesiiment of ten cents per capita 1 h... 'lw n drmMtnaklng a''.... I wu 14."

e by boiling before packing the to- with the 1910 census as the basis. The orllo IrrMMinakliil".. .M. U,lftfl.J.nn.of nil rmneclleut lla MlmpU' ftnd"FromUll in-

/ d z matoes in them. I gathered, blanched Jacksonville Chamber of Commercehas I .."..".. |..llorn.. I hm li..rn..l to d.... mr
t contributed about $6,000 the family nrMllr and tylliirilir. " wits kin .ftkl WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE NEW "IVOROID" GOODS IN ARTI-
and pealed my tomatoes, then or Kenlaky' "Our f.mll, hu wnrk d
packed carefully in cans, putting' one Tampa Board of Trade about $4,000, for, r,u every )ear ::'Ol.:ten. plnc your roBCa-.
,','. tuned." ,, ,' R of NrbrMka.I CLES SUITABLE FOR BOTH WOMEN AND MEN-ASK TO SEE THEM
teaspoonful of the mixture of one and other cities in proportion. A tm a dr wim.ki>r and, n..., UM any olliw
:'i, part salt and two parts sugar in each subscription of at least $200 is required ,any.....m.troubla'but In MK'AU/M.",''nl pwfact and In.atufactlon.rr han,'.
to entitle the commercial body Indiana "Tl.. mast raI'.t,1. '- ,
B. of
can. After packing tney were capped rile '
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work
,. Tour r.ng-
: k 'j I and. exhausted for three minutes. making it to mention in the adver- "l_.".bonr..h'... liaa varnnl' qulti tow dollars
f... After exhausting I tipped them and tising. For this small sum there is fiir nw." writ** kfra O of lrr..f>n
t'. ... ......... My M C.wf.Adis. .
returned to the canner and cooked given participation in all the benefits d..... TrW s. PHONE 41 PALACE DRUG STORE PHONE
COMPANY 41
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them twenty-five minutes. As soon of what is expected to be' approximately -
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I Toe McC n Bid.. N Y. Car N.Y.
$? ; as they were cooked [ plunged them if not quite a $50,000 cam-

I e in cola water to .cool. I labeled and pal n. 0FREE I *

'f' stored the can in a dry place to keep No member of the "Florida First" T. WM MAOAZINH. Wk _Mil! lunpto M put Cm"k-_* SAM G. RAGSDALE President

', 't; them from rusting.I commission receives any salary. Every HK'ALL'II kA_Pttan ._"rasa M _
*' *, yf always gathered .my tomatoes ev dollar of the money'raised I I. to Ta rMay mnl. irt nl ..-a.e1 "WtfatfftAjUf -
with rtnlmi 1 and llllllH U "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"b
a.w
.. and culled them be spent for sad marmclneadvertising .. >
-, .:\, err-other .vedine' newspaper "- rasa r. a+ .M.ylass.
1' the sound fruit spaceNone of this space .- << i
and" & Otateatd
i)i1 f\',. '" .,\a closely tomato b&'packed: I Ii Ij is'to be in the-newspapers; of.F1ciri &? -il Yo li.f y'MN' haeMa +a 1 b Orludo visit tit* Lacera P..CJ'I
e'eed.big.
; '. .,:; ".f.' 'pat and 'bet .to atOSl f though it U contemplated that the local ..J.t.tr: = ..t i l.A.-:11 \ / i
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Jflftk commercial bodies will"make ;,: 'IV WR .IUI ow.a.--O
t Jemoved-the teed and placed them a : liber* >wmmoIa
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',,,;aM.. t m to dry. ..Aa./soon as they yr al.usVof these, in their'follow-up of ,... f.'W.wo..... "' .'w rite C ,
v;' '-t;' r .*": .pwfMtirtdrr.-Itpo*! themIn: ai cool 1 the 4aadvertising; : by; the. -;cam tiw ... .. QIota. .-' ;.MO% yefra

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,; 'AJ rialtiI1' News Notes' .,'. : -( ages day Short' to b:Coureefo1'held from: Tuesday farmers,".January all ; A. :: ] 1 I t ( ,: Ir'1F ; t .
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-)" ...t' *.* fl'4 > .. *, V* .* 1W1"A: .*. .1\ f This gives one day. Monday, foe malci t> 'Live. News.From All tl Q -:1::
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( ,4,. t )f UIWIStlED. BT UNIVERSITY! FJ.OR'D.A.'J, > >)g the trip.. to Gainesville: Obtainingrooms' ; a

o'" COLLEGE' OP AGRICULTURE and registering: and, one day, it. c- .. * ?- t? t .j "J. *- .u .,
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L' Saturday, at the close to reach home . . ... . . . ............. . .
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again, a-fter an only two. e. h- .A < I' : >J 3. A*. _'I" __ weeks.. The Zephyrhllls llbes1q'assoelationhas be sent to England for the u.."of the .x
.j; about'1H? hours. They must be planted This course includes ten school days purchased a lot on Sixth avonue,' British army. Flannel garments will ..y-t:

(; RAL PAIRS immediately or spread,on.a clean completely filled with condensed lectures back of the Christian' church just also be made and will doubtless' be
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.; floor to dry quickly., The same solution completed, and will erect thereon a library appreciated by the recipients. '
W. Uonrjj and practice in field and laboratories :
L. W nt for the UnU cannot be used more than three building this winter. : !Whyno I.
KUYersity of giving the important points of
Florida Extension Division times and It is advisable to It ,
use only latest niformation in all branches I Two contracts awarded In St. *. A
In Duval the were KITS yo
1X1 i
: county: arrang-inf twice. That is
M exhibit for that county. The agricultural 4 should given be amount of solution of farm work. For the time used the Uncle Sam should be very proud of Petersburg a few days ago, one being boyandrlrlaa f

1'1: includes about than not used to treat students of this short course receive Tampa for during the month of October for the erection of a new hull for the J OS' irumlty to \ 4c
k: conceivable article used the every farm more two or three Iota of pota more opportunities tor knowledgethan she gave him 86.60 of the totalof Masons and the other for the construction ", tbsir&ssM .
toes. A
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which can be had in Jacksonville.on The for additional new solution lots of seed.must be made. any other students in the college. import duties produced bv Florida of the clubhouse for the St. v' -;_ ."." .uy:and

cash and cash value of.these prizes This treatment kills the bacteria The lecture method is largely ports. Looks like big business.The Petersburg Country Club. Each contract r .CUT*
of
amount to than E. used, with full opportunity for questions is for about $10,000 and the ''Uiemt.bIi': !' sane ,
more W.
1000. blackleg the organism of scab '
and ,
M +
members of the class builder. finish tchanoestowlnpro-' +
Brownagent in is by concerning Pasco, county singing conven- are expected to their
Clay will
county, arranging prevent scab if the soil is not infected t
for a similar. fair in Green with it. It kills also the fungus their own farm problems.The tion will bV held at G. A. R. hall in work within three months. The Masons motion, and .oooeM ,;r
Cove Springs. Rhizoctonia which besides making only entrance requirements are Zephyrhills on the first Sunday in will hate a fine home when the ?' lLbeladbaiDcLbe Y a'"I
that the student have earnest desire new temple is and the advantage of :
the tubers an December. This is one of tha old- completed j P i
". CELERY REQUIRES black unsightly the skins by forming to learn something about better time customs of Florida and will be members of the country club and :
FREQUENT SPRAYING specks reduces on the stand, often of considerably farming. No tuition fees are charged. observed to the letter. their numerous guests will greatlwenjoy ----WEBSTER'S' "' .
potatoes Room and board can be had in the the new clubhouse. Both are

Spraying: is just aft essential to cel- Healthy by killing seed the is sprouts. to start University dormitories at $3.50 per In Ruskin there i is a decided i.i- planned to be modern structures.' NEW INTERNATIONAL .

ery raising as fertilizer. The fungus with, but it is always necessary good precautionto week, and at private homes near the crease in building activity, and teams DJotiotiarylnhlsbom*. 'This new a;
which causes "rust" or leaf blight is treat the seed as previously rec campus for $4.50 to $5.00. The total have been hauling lumber out from Water enough to keep ten fire creation answers with final aaihorit -" \ J

p one of the worst diseases with which ommended. When cutting the pota- cost of the course, includingbooks, the sawmill on the Little Manatee streams going twenty-four hours will ,. aU.kinds of pooling questions .. "' d t r

celery growers have to contend. Unless ts-ea examine them for rot and discoloration need not be over $10.00 in addition to river daily for construction work in 'be contained in the big reservoir in history, geography' Wographyspelling ,- !\, ",

Ir" frequent sprayin* is 'resorted to of the flesh. Discard and railroad fare. the colony. which the Tampa Waterworks company ,pronunciation,sportyarte) \ i .
it will The enrollment in this class last is building in the old Cline .J -
wipe out the crop. A. P. such specimens to further eliminate pit aadscianoea.SUBTROPICAL. , "
Spencer, district agent for the University I disease. January numbered nearly thirty, andit Manatee is pleased with the quan- at Seventh avenue and Tampa street. 4aeesyoc.b.VryT.r....V1 ....-, J" '
of Florida Extension Division, is expected this year that fifty or tity and quality of the citrus fruit be- Predictions are now that the big o.w..u..ua...... PIa_. 1. "
advises that the program for spray- more will attend. Every member of ing shipped from that point. Duringthe reservoir will be ready for use next n.----btLst0f.le.olom.enrebDedL "' -. 1 w} ,kl

ing found best by particle includes an LIME-SULFUL PROTECTS last year's class declared that the past week the Manatee Fruit com- January. It will contain 3,500,000 gal rMb'M----! V pafy.lsf +' ..

application each week. Use a mix- PEACHES FROM FUNGUSThe work was worth many times the cost, pany has shipped out 3,449 boxes of lons of water., weighing 14,000 tons. ....&'. 1 11J' A.enrassO.a.---to ,,; t.r '
ture of 4:5: :50 bordeaux. The disease and agreed to urge his neighbors to oranges and 1,657 boxes of gi ape- sad..W.rtatlret.. car. W'Lla ,
time during which the diseasesof 7"lie"
is take advantage of this offer. Special fruit. "r ', -
that omitted Avocadoes
so prevalent one are this worth the
the peach can be combattod is year '
so classes will be arranged for corn club
may prove disastrous. short that money. With the prices for the Flor- a'
is
1 prompt'action necessary boys and for young farmers, while Twenty-six thousand dollars' worthof ida AND'-
three
four times ,-
or
pears
JAPANESE CANE SHOULD BE to do efficient work. In addition to other classes will suit/ \ the farmers of bonds were sold this week to drain as high INDIA'j>
; as one and the be- .
year ,
the prospects 1
scale '
insects and
the root-knot middle age who have had experienceon land adjoining the city of Arcadia p.Ana J
on
PLANTED price
DURING that
FALL ing the will be much r 1
; higher ,
the has '
organisms peach several fungus ,
their own farms. All persons wish- the east. before wnlote& rW1UTJI'.i '/
the last fruit is
enemies. Among these are the ing this course or desiring to engage marketed, '.!.:
Japanese should .
bo
\ cane planted
during fall in South Florida especially. Dematium which is outwardly indi- rooms in advance, shoujd\ write to Jacksonville "way up" Masons have the owners of avocado orchards are ....--...... i
:" cated by a spotting of the twigs, and Dean P. H. Rolfs of Agriculre coining this year.Early: fruit .... ; t
If the canes' are bedded down they the dipfodia College been t having a great time lately initi- money rUiLe _.. ....... 1 e
are apt to dry out and be unable to which causes a gumming.These Gainesville. ating about fifty new candidates into sold for only a few dollars per crate, Mae 41 .s r1i. 0; r'Yr, .y

send up sprouts when they are plant- and the two fungi from kill the the branches f the mysteries of the higher degrees.The : but the last quotation $15 per crate ,., j ',,_ ...... i ,," '
; sap energy tree. H. proceedings closed with ban- ,. "
ed. This is true of Japanese cane because AST CALL TO a -with three dozen .vdl.&Q.1s' ". I ,
E. avocadoes u
J. Stevens, plant pathologist to the to the
the stalks are smaller and more FIGHT BOLL WEEVILThe quet at the Morocco temple to be '
susceptible to loss of moistuia. University of Florida Experiment served by the ladies of the Eastern crate-or over 40 cents per avocado. !

There is danger of infection from Station, advises that they may be con- boll weevil in the cotton country Star. ." .' "." ., ." .....
trolled
by spraying with solution of /
red rot of sugar cane if the canes do a must be disposed of before the 1
not dry aitTBy' planting the cane in 1 part of commercial lime-sulfur to fl first heavy frost. It is improbablethat At Key West the United Daughters

the fall the crop will be ready to growas parts of water. This strong solution the pest will spread as rapidly of the, Confederacy are planning to i
must not be
soon as weather condition will applied except when next summer as it did last, but it will have a series of entertainments for
permit and there is assurance of a leaves and blossoms are absent. The spread, nevertheless, and under favor&'ble the purpose of raising funds to erecta i -
same spray will control the San Jose conditions is of making monument in the city to commemo-
good stand. A. P. Spencer district capable. .
agent for the University 01 Florida scale.' as rapid gains as It did last sea rate the heroes who volunteered their MID-WINTER FAIR AND.
If home-made lime-sulfur is used it services to the south during the Civil ..
the
Cotton
Extension Division, suggests that the son. growers can keep
is
be
to not
apt the
canes be covered at least 6 inches so mercial which tests so strong about as 82 com- weevil in check by practicing clean war. EXHIBITION
degrees
that they will not send shoots culture.
un-
up
til danger of frost is over. Do not ap- Baume. If it is weaker, use about 1 The cotton plants should be destroyed Plant City is making the way of ,,
ply any fertiliser. While the dangerof part to 8 or 7 of water. All dead or as soon as the fiber is picked the transgressor hard. At least of the TO CITIZENS OF voi.U8IA. :,
sickly looking twigs or branches liquor transgressor, for Mayor RootIs S 8P.MINOLJE..QACEOLA: A.N '
injury from cold in North Florida so that the weevils will be deprivedof ANQB COUNTIBSURHHTINQI :
should be pruned out and burned. food. inflicting heavy fines the 'Wt \, -,'
is greater, Mr. Spencer believes that They cannot winter unless very upon
Dead wood harbors not only fungus blind tigers conviction. Five : Be It known to all of that ,.e. '
the cane might also be planted in the they have food to carry them until upon COUNTIESGREATEST you
diseases but insect pests as well. arrests and convictions in two days is are Invited and expected to prepare
fall in that section. Farmers could hibernating time. If the cotton is not tillable exhibits for display at the
plant test plots for a year or two and destroyed a larger number of weevils an excellent record for vigilance, and rest exposition already. agreed upon ;
see if the plan is feasible. SPRAY IN DECEMBER will develop just before frost kills the at that rate the end of "tigering" in by your p.opie..ngaaln. In a frleDdlscompetition
FOR SAN JOSE SCALE Plant City is not far distant. EVENT IN for the exhibition off *'
plants and these will live over winter.In very varied products of your ._Uo .aJthlnirs
SELECTION OF SEED CANE CON- addition to destroying the cotton, I THEHISTORY Made In your towns,", yj: S >
One of the greatest enemies which E. S. Pace, district agent for the Monday was a day to be remembered school work your fruits, your v
RED ROT OF THE
TROLS the peach has is the San Jose scale. University of Florida Extension Di- in educational circles in Tavares, tables, your farm products, lour -
of houee and Held "'+
FIVE COUNTIES )'our ar
' This insect and the root-kn6t organIsm vision, recommends that the weeds as the new school building was open- your stock chickens and all '. her,
i If farmers will examine their seed l are pointly responsible for the along fences and creek banks be de ed, costing $15,000. It is a handsome thtn..s. of Interest m. i
canes closely and reject the puny unhealthy short life of the peach tree in Flor- stroyed. The adult weevils will win- rick structure, and well finished ia, Prepare to attend In p.rBonand with I ,
ones, there need be no feat; of Ua. The scale alone will kill the interior with all modern your family aced friend. and the, straD"er.wlt"'ln , <
a tree ina ter under any sort of rubbish and it is red rot in the bed. The rot is usually hort time. Under favorable conditions important to burn over such placesas i

introduced into the bed in the canes. the scales will kill all the trees soon as frost has driven the weevils SUB-TROPICAL MID-WINTER EXL ,y

1
disease was scarcely discern- It is not possible for one man to do at a recent meeting held in Miami COUNTIES. '. Vfc'
able the season before. much in this fight but communitiesand that they would employ the time .' ..'.... .... .
tion of the joints will disclose the di- Trees badlv infested have grayish counties can. If farmer at their meetings, and what they

p sease. An unhealthy Joint is apt to scruffy bark. The active scales win- would fight the weevil every acid' he couldat could Spare from other important ';' '

i be infected. ter in the small black stage. That is, small expense, s few years would duties, to knit socks and mufflers to FEBRUARY 15-19, 1916 1

The surest plan is to select strong the covering over the scale Is black. I see no weevil. I' ,

vigorous canes, for these rarely have These can be seen with the unaidedeye Orlando Florida f .' 1
disease of any s.rt. Furthermore, but the scales themselves are 1t )
they will give quicker germination too small to be noticed without the PLOW COTTON LAND IN FALL B E '

medium aid of a lens. During the summer the tie 1
of the best
One practices
or canes. Insects attack the twigs, fruits, and fighting . $
.
the cotton boll weevil is to .'
raise an
be made after a rain or on a mornnig branches. On tender shoots it makesits
after a heavy dew. If it is made presence known by a reddening of early crop. The earlier the crop is rtarr.l.rr..rrtarlrrrtl; : -
while the canes are dry or on fc windy the tissue. This must not be confused planted and the earlier the variety,
".daY they are apt to dry out and give with natural colors. the earlier the stalks can bo destroy OL.DS +
ed after the cotton la picked. E. S. a MIOIM P ft't
I poor sprouting. Cover the bed with According to J. R. Watson ento- I .
i about four or five inches of seil ex5ppt mologist to the University of Florida Pace, district agent for the University a .

,.,<<; a strip through the center about. Experiment Station, the mosteffi- I of Florida Extension Division, suggests o i 1 1 .
that the land should be preparedin .
u.lft inches wide. This will provide cient method of fighting this pest is
ven lation. Cover this strip when' to spray with lime-sulfur solution. the fall. By plowing under the cot- ,- .' ,
frost threatens. Use 1 part of the commercial solution ton stalks in the fall the cotton grower :
In Hawaii red rot is successfully to 9 of water. Spray the trees- is not only depriving his worst Used for years by your fathers with neverfamiig'J', | ;

controlled by selection. Mr. Mctjuar- I thoroughly with this but onlv when enemy of food but he is preparing the good results. These home-made materials are : .,

rie says that the damage from this di- they are dormant, leafless and not land for an early crop in the spring. * "
I sease in Florida has been considerably I[[ growing. The solution is strong Of course, cotton should not follow : dependable to build up and; sweeten your land. M .,

[ lessened by the same practice. If all enough to burn foliage. December is cotton, but it often does and in these .I I '
Ground Bone Blood and Bone
I growers would adopt the plan the I the best month to do the spraying, cases especially is fall plowing urged.All .

(disease would be completely eliminated. but if the trees have not started in land which is to be planted to POPDL M ICS Guaranteed Analysis Guaranteed Analysb' .'

| The canes should be dipped in a : January it may be done that late. The cotton should be plowed this fall. It N Ammonia .4.500 Ammonia 1CK

5:6:60 bordeaux mixture before they I i grower should prepare to spray every tim'e may be during advisable the to winter.work it a When few itAGAZINI Phosphoric Acid 22% Phosphoric Acid 11% .

ire planted. year because enough scales to ruin a 300 ARTICLES-300 ILLUSTRATIONS .
Natural Plant Food Real Blood
and
I whole orchard the following season spring comes and as soon as the E Bone h'

?LORIDA GROWN POTATOES I may remain undetected by one not familiar weather will permit the cotton can be *EfEEP* Engineeriag Informed,Mechanics of the and Invention.' Prograae For bi Not Steamed Dried Blood N

MAKE TilE BEST SEED with them. The time during planted without delay. This will give ether and Son and All the Fam y. It appealaaallelaeaea Not Acidulated JMP Raw Ground Bone 1'
an earlier crop and efficient work -Old and Younr Men and Women '
which this be
strong spray can applied It b th.Parorlta Maeulne ret y.e MofIho..hu.l All Ammonia Presented Not Tankage .
be done against the weevil next
The best seed for Florida I can
potatoes is short and the grower shouldnot hoai B (1.o world. car rorvlaa
Ire to be had from local stock. Seed let it Some can fall. Ootl&Htvmduntm are ot>. '-ti. ,o* the. watch Phosphoric Acid Absolutely Untreated s
pass. spraying ior >alaa Bew aad iaM .juax e d it la
Irouffht from the extreme northern I be done in the summer but a much Written S*You Can Understand ItTa Available but in Quick Availability .

potato belt will not do so well as weaker solution must be used. Mix eiiip N'.tsr. mi in n m <2O r aM> eoetalainctloal Alkaline Form .Steady Supply 1U
use grown in Florida. Farmers of the solution 1 part stock to 30 of wa- e Hfcop Work ai>4 e 7 war*(or taa t
lare a t 4.o thlaav aroaa* tka Home.nuliai Writs for Prices 1.
e central states have found that ter. This is not .yery effective and NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOODExpels (ITPaeMl fo the B n .d .

rthern grown potatoes are best for can be depended upon only to hold l.MrlawholtketoaueetalavtlalMaoa'toa aad T l eraph OiitBU, aaina<. HoaU.aeWlr-Sa air purpose but this state is so far the insects in check until winter offers % Jewyiry. B il Fanutar*. Oi ii4alB la*
.
N
(moved that climatic and soil com- opportunity to deal the deathblow vsA pertru.a..ea Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizer r,
.a/.lta oa.+.a a
cations set in. The sudden change I scrofulous humors from the ,-- ....e.-r M -.. .-- .- : Jacksonville Florida .. f
s.t..er i5 a..s .. rawt.PULAR ,
cool to warm sub-tropical blood which
m a a cause constipation, ma- a
MECHANICS MAOAZINe
mate is too severe and the stock FARMERS' SHORT laria rheumatism ulcers e..rl./.le-. aesna.e ,
not adopt itself readily enough to COURSE PRACTICAL sores, pim- Ii. . . . . u. . . . . _ iiIII'WlraIl. ''i
e maximum returns. I ples, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy -

K. McQuarrie, state agent for The College of Agriculture of the on a guarantee to satisfy.
University of Florida Extension
.
don, suggests that potatoes are -

oats and corn in that they must '
ome Acclimated before they will do & N. RAILROAD---SUPERIOR SERVICE:

',rare native seed which have FLORIDA AND NORTH AND NORTHWEST 14'J
e adapted to local soil and cli- I
conditions can be had from 10were Tampa Special Several fast trains, choice of scenic routes, up-to- The Louisville and Nashville makes direct1!conn-' ,

or dealers. Be sure that date and comfortable equipment, accommodating tiers at Chicago. Cincinnati Louisville and St.,Louis

(seed are of a known strain' and I agents and employee., makes the Louisville and for'' Buffalo, Denver, Detroit, Kansas City Minneapolis .' ., ?
been cared for as they should. VIA Omaha, Pittsburg, fib P.uJ. Toledo'aDd other'' tl
la bad policy to buy from the gro- Nashville a favorite rout between Florida and Western and Northwestern points, and carries + t

an''s stock of eating potatoes. ATLANTIC COAST LINE Western and Northwestern points. Steel coaches SOLID STEEL sleepers to Indianapolis, CLEVELAND : <**.
and sleepers, unexcelled dining car service. and Grand Rapids on THE SOUTHLAND.ST. .
IE SEED POTATOES : h

FROM DISEASE Ra-inaugnrat. November 15th: 1915 1.0DIS EXPRESS TUB SOUTHCAlfD DIME n.TKR' '

...t...... B.rtaa.... UOlam LrChlcaa-o Ar 7:4: am See>4kk aiB. Urn.....-.
Lny potato diseases are contract- .. 1:11: am Ar Cincinnati Lr H.-JO[ am 10:11 pm Lv Chicago Ar T;.J am "?
DAILY SCHEDULE >:::00 am Lr Cincinnati Ar '::00
the seed. Moat have .::00 pm L>v St. Louis Ar. 7:40: am pm ':4I am Lv Evan.vlllLv! 10:11 p.a'?

_II\me. experience with growers scab, rot, 12:45 P. M. Lv. Tampa Ar. 4:00 P.M. I'll:: am Lv Naahvllle, Lv. 1:00:: pm 'I':00:40 am am Lv L.T txMilavllle Indianapolis Ar Ar 1:00.: ::00 amt pm.11':18 am Lv Naahvllle Lv4ISpm: b 1 '

I eg, and other' diseases which 1 :20 P. M. Plant City Lv. 3:26 P. M. Ill: pm Lv Blrm'..bam Lv 11,10 pin:1 pm I.T Qr7nJ'Raptd!! r Ar : 4:11 pm Lv Ch'ta"a* Lv 11:11 pm
I could not combat. Several of TOI: Lv. Montgomery Lv '::00 am r 7lifam S:40 pmLv Atlanta Lvtllaaa t
1 1:38 P. M. LakelandKj..immee 3:07 P.M. 11:01: am Ev Cleveland AI' : tb-'
1 disease be prevented by a .60am:! Ar. Jacksonville Lv Sltpm: 7.SO am Ar Jacksonville Lvllpm
can : o."Ue Lv 11.14
1 and easy method of seed ..teril.ecordtng 2:52 P.M. 1:51 P.M. .. '30 pm Lv. Jacksonville, Ar TSO: pm IOoJ'm'v Atlanta Lv T.lt: am pm t'IO am Lv Jaokaonvllle Ar T':SO pm [ ;

,''. to Dr. C. D. SsehI 3:22 P. M. Orlando 1:20 P. M. 4:01 pm, Ar Kl"II.lnnm.e I.TT' 1:11 W pm 1:4: aro Jeckaojivllle. Lv '.*0 pm 4:01 pm A. Kleelnnmee LvlilipmSleeper i. A'q

I -of the University of Florida 4:05 P. M. Sanford 12:43 P. M. Sleepers open for occupancy ':.G. Rapids Mondays and Thursdays.Northbouad . may be occupied anUl 1:1' I tit= 'c
Southbound leave Grand leave J..cksonA.. f
t ears ears K.
Station. t "
intent .
5:45 P.M. Palatks. 10:44 P.M. mile Mondays and Tburacla,. , W
method consists of immersing
d potato In a corrosive. sub- .7:30 P. M. Ar. Jacksonville Lv. 9: IS A. M P. W. Morrow. N. W. P. A. LAN RR R. D. Poser, G. P. A., L A'N RR. B. R. Qrove. TP A. L a N RR """-k Y ,
bichloride solution.crystal ass Marquett'H*.. Ckloaco, UL 700 MefcB Bank BMa Indiana 1V. X
\\ mercury: Equipment will 'consul of Pullman Broiler-Observation Parlor .
Louisville.Ky.H.C.
i F. n. Bosh. t). P. JU L A W RR.. F. B. Weiss. T. P. A-LavN HAT "
I.than the tablet.form sine The bichlor-It Cars. A. C. L Free Reclining Chair ears; Standard Vestibuled Union Central Bids Cincinnati. 0. Bretney. F. P. A, L A N RR..Jacksonville 1011 MaJeatlo Bldg., it'Mleb? i
Coaches and Combination Coach and. Car O. E. Herrtnsr. n. p.Si.. A, L N RR., J I.Jten.Vav T. P. IS Rg d'$13Ntall.
dissolved in .terfn the pro- Baggage .__ ..aaM Loel..Mo. Jla ? tl! .Hippodrome'.Bid*. _4,, a',
; 1-part-to; '1000.' An ouno to
J. G.Dnision; KIRICLAND
ha of water will about therenffth. '
give
.'\Do):not cot the pota':: PaYane r'*Agent THREE FAST LIMITED TRAINS DAILY_ r af7 r ;

for sight* 'treating injure 1 the'cut them since surfaces.the Ttleopii't -tHC; SOUTNIJSN f rr t lS+ l ll DPR SS" lr '?t1fi DIXKfiYEW "

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Kissiwmce' Valley Gazette I &, WHY NOT HEALTH CITY; HERE. ,I and the new people brought ,more:improvement; ** '" n' .j.jI

Ii . , ., . ., U' 0'J'i''i' I-th: 1 ct and the later still '* "" '* ,4' '
I i -j i ? ; ? .f .I Ir ; W'V f l improvements arc bringing,, more firyt *fa .'h':

""' , .. ? ' Since it wa recently stated that statistics show d people who! -wiH ..cause"' more improvements-,-and f kts'1From / > : "
iv ,I. !'..w.. 'II'rI" Uower';. death here I Le Our Readers i
than id inJ
ii"; tv.el' .y ee..vafyl .._. K>.i.a___ ....;' rate any 'bther 'city Osceola county leads Florida in increase of population. ': .
p Florida t
it
hat been
suggested
.: '' ., : that a "Health Gty"1be .
"YL'R. iARRI i built in Kitiimmee. Pertinent to !this ..ugie'honI I I.n't'thi. lesson for ) M
a us .. . ,
AND V. O. TAN AOHBW OWMI. A A \UIJ "" A A A AAA A A A A"' '''' ' ' '' ' A A A A A A. "
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I&J1 i Dr. W. L Winn called . Y TTTY. T' .. - - . ...... ',
J }'b.; : 'III. NAUGLB. B4IIW; ..* 1i..a.nL attention to the following .
article from the Journal of the American Medical FEEDING FLROIDA'S CATTLE SAND ASPHALT VS. BRICK St. Cloud to Whittler and-Kenanrville. ;

d. r a.aae.ted.. .. ,'..... Ptir i Asociation: 1 That amount would probably auffice i!
!" 0.. .C"0,\ ne" Tut ___......._. tL609c e HBB:- Editor Valley Gazette: for both and would "be giving a fair 'j
"At
;
V 0.. 81a MonihsTtriiiirirrrtc.pr : _.._____ 1.00 a meeting of the American Medical Association That Florida should feed and fatten her deal to Whittler: ''I,
0... opjr Thr. Month .. ._-__,_________. .n at New Orleans' in 1685. Dr. Washington own Perhaps It will be well to state why Your for deal.H. \
cattle instead of shipping them a'aouare I
,' to some other state St. Cloud favors sand asphalt for the
!I ,
1 JLtl'oommanlcatlona' Chew Van Bibber, a distinguished physician, of for that purpose and allowing a big portion of the road from Kisslm'mee through St. SI W. ILLMAN. i .{
.
yt, i evrrvtepondcnta' must b.except signed from by th.our....rl authorised.... Baltimore, read a paper on Florida and its climate. profit in their sale to elsewhere instead Cloud to Brevard county line thence : Cloud. Fla. ':,,
-
gofto persons
,t ,, matter will not b. returned unices called It is an interesting circumstance that thirty to Melbourne on the east coast. let, ,
''forleot.4 years of to the cattle men of the state is the subject we believe<< it of vital importance that I I THE BUZZARD'S ROOST '
t q
v r afterward the Manufacturer's Record should find in of an editorial in the Florida Farmer and this road 'be 'foTnpleted at once if our j,, ...

',vi i '(Entered l.n the PostofUce in Klsslmmee, FlorIda., this paper observation and comment of sufficient | |Momeieeker, which reads as follows : county is to keep pace with other I Editor Valley Gazette:
eeond-olass. matter. value to interest its readers. In October numberthe How counties in the tate, The distance |I There is no doubt the buzzard's
many times during the past year have we: between Kissimmee and St. roost which was composed of old dead ..
through
Record make
, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1915. long quotations from this paper seen items in the Florida press to the effect that Cloud to Brevard county line i is practically pine trees situated for the most parton

+ 't ... which deal chiefly with .advantages of the state several hundred head of cattle have been shipped 30 mile A sahd asphalt road ground behind the High School
'
.. as a winter resort or as a resort all the year around, | f from some point in the state to Texas, Oklahoma or nine feet wide will cost about $3 500 formed an eye-sore in the condition in
fJ t ,: Home town loyalty it the surest means of bringing not only for pleasure seekers but also for invalidsof western packers feeding be "finished for per mile, with two or more bridges which they were allowed to remain;
a pens to but had they been covered with Am-
:J\ to be built. i
$150,000 will finish
+ : prosperity within our reach. various types. Dr. Van Bibber contrased FlorIda the'
; j I (the market ? road, Riving us a hard surfaced road erican ivy and other climbing, vines

b, '.. ,v' -::- as a health resort with other parts of the United I Why can't we "finish" these cattle in Florida for the whole distance. We find by thereby adorning our "City Beautiful" -

.:< Thirty-three thousand people in Oiccola county States and with the well known resort regions of and take for ourselves the big profit that to investigation that sand asphalt roads the case might have been differ-
goes
rent. Be that it
;,tr,' in 19251 Let'. make that our goal. Europe. : these livestock brokers in other stales? The near Boston, Mass., and to Cape Cod, Fathers have as fit may"to our City the
t present seen place
"He made the were built 16 years ago and today are .
Z1 V v. .. ,' -: :- interesting proposal (hat a Health practice is nothing short of suicidal. Of course, practically as (food as when first laid. ax to the root of the tree causing

t'r; Come to Osceola county, the fastest growing CIty should be built in Florida and suggested that our stockmen make a handsome profit on these un- We learn the same material in this 'i these giants of the forest to pass into -

f tt. : :/ county in the fastest growing state in the union. the nations of Europe and America be fnviled developed range cattle because the is big and state is giving satisfaction. We are oblivion. But what about the buz-
range zards their
_. ...: through. the medical social and scientific press to informed that brick roads in Orange now natural city roosting
free. Also the
at present time there are a large and place has been destroyed ? They have
t Seminole in bad
ry-: When you think of a Christmas gift for the unite in the erection and improvement of such a number of cattle in the state available to marketin laid less thai are two shape though I now become a more aggravating nui-

1, }. .'' 1 i'l":' "folk back home" think of a box of Florida citrus city. This he felt was necessary because at that this fashion so they may argue that the plan is Now, for the benefit years ago.of > Gazette | sance to the householder than formerly -

,:, 1,'' fruit. time the resorts of Florida were not in a sufficient good because it keeps outside money coming in to readers, I will give Kissimmee's proposition 1!, chimneys by perching and house continually roofs, on defiling the

': -: :- state of sanitary development and improvement to us without any effort to speak of. But now that and then St. Cloud's. Kissim- j them with their filth and polluting

;: th'{ Florida growers, according to statistic, have fulfill the requirements of a perfect 'health city.' cattle are going out of Florida by trainloads, how the mee, through leading citizens, made the atmosphere with the nauseating
"Dr. Van Bibber died in 1892. He did not live proposition that we boom a bond odor emitted from their "bodies. \
received an of $10.000,000 annually for will
long
average last issue
our present supply ? Northern feeders for $250,000 and use amount It
I is
;' fry: a the citrus crop in the last few years. to see the development of hit 'health city'project., and packers can take Florida range cattle out of building a brick or sawdust brick on the certainly part of anyone a waste to of advocate sentiment the
but with the modern: developments of city sanitation road from Polk Co. line to Kissimmee,
-: :- l this state at $18.00 and $20.00 head "finish" preservation of these noisome scavengers -

off ,1 According to the slate census figures there are "all health resorts should become 'health at a big profit to themselves; faster per than we can If thence we consider to St. Cloud the interests, stopping of there.Osce more praticularly within" the
I cities confines of
{ three time. as many people in Osceola county raise them. A How ola it is a "sanitary city.
asj 1 . I pertinent question is. much county difficult to conceive a But anyone wishing to make household
i 'et there were in 1905. Let's keep up the same perI -1I longer are the big free ranges going to last Isn'tit more short-sighted proposition or a pets of them should be allowed-
I
I (I Ift t? cent age of gain in the next ten years. WHY OSCEOLA COUNTY GREW I, true that the best range country makes the best with more the selfish proposition one. St. to Cloud hardsurfacethe counters to do so providing they build, their

ti f I, t ". .- "Seeing ourselves as others see us" is an interesting farming country? Then how soon will the time ar- road with d material that will abodes buzzards near could the ctiy be dumps: and where the
Ii ; And the Federation of Women' Clubs in rive when all of the wear better and is caged might
{ now pastime, especially :if the views of our friendsare good ranges R Florida will be cheap enough to possibly do some good without aa at

1 1'.11. Florida has endorsed the suffrage for women Pro- favorable. The 201 I per cent growth of Os sold fenced up and denied to the range cattleman ? enable Brevard us Co.to open line the whole road to present being allowed power to

+ja .4 gram.! The women folks are really in earnest about ceola county in the last ten years has brought forth We will venture the prediction that wihbn five safeguard the real, and interests by so of doing Osce- spread infectious diseases and act as

"ai* this voting proposition and what a woman goes much comment from the state press, but none more years open ranges in this state of any value will be ola county and incidentally St. Cloud's an Buzzards unsanitary and advertisement vultures remind to a city. j

& after she usually gets. complimentary that that of the Leesburg Commercial few and far between. How much longer are we and Kis8imrnee's.St of unsanitary cities infested by one a

,'.,: ; -: : which wrote as follows: going on in this state of unpreparedness? This Cloud's people say we have no plague and battlefields.
: Lake serious problem is facing the cattlemen of Florida desire to interfere with kissimmee in The remedy for our local buzzard
;. The quarterly bulletin of the Agricultural Department county maintains her stride "above the selecting material for the road to nuisance-the domesticated birdlieswith

:Hi of Florida contains many good things, but average" every line of progress. This time it today. There is only one solution and that is the Polk Co. line and in spending your our city council. They can either

: it should be a little more up-to-date than to print is the census report that shows this county carry- improved methods of raising livestock.As share of the money the way you like. place our city in such a sanitary con-

/ ... a county map of the state on the back of the cover ing just a little more than her share. For ten years regards "finishing" range cattle here in interests But we want of the to be loyal to the best dition these carrion birds will be

i .: page upon which none of the counties created at the average increase in population for the state was Florida why can't the big cattlemen of this state get miles of road to county Deer Park.and build Personally 30- starved troy them out,by or shot they and can quickly shell-flesh des-,

L" .,._the last two sessions of hte legislature is shown. 49.9 per cent. Lake county showed 65.9 increaae'j together and organize a company to maintain feeding your correspondent believes the feathers and smell.

-,, .', -.. ..- For the five-year period the ttate's pens for this purpose. The cattlemen of Florida road from Kissimmee to St. Cloud is We can easily do with less curb-

, r: The Rollins 22.4 per cent. Lake county in the same time show- are financially able to do this. Let them select good enough for the present. lie stone politics, less public hot air
it thedents
Sandspur published by stu- firmly believes that if a call is made speaking and more sanitary improvements
of Rollins College hat made its appearance. ed 31.1 per cent increase. several thousand acres of land centrally locatedor for a bond issue, the call should be for the general advantage of-

i' iii It is a creditable college publication and bean the I It it just this ihowmg--thit "just above the convenient to good transportation facilities, cultivate for $150,000 to be expended in build- our city. \

distinction of having had ill editor the average"-that has kept Lake county from making big fields of corn velvet bean., cane, cowpeas ing a sand asphalt road from St. Yours for progress,
once as now
Cloud to Brevard Co. line and
from
v ; famous Rex Beach the novelist and magazine I the rapid stride some other counties have made in and grow extensive Bermuda grass pastures and H. EDMUND SWABEY. ,

writer. the same time. The people of Lake county, as a build and feed from silos. As fast as this big ranchcan J

I class have become so self-satisfied. and smugly content provide accommodations and grow feed, let it
-: :-
t I that there hat been very little effort on their purchase first high grade,, range cattle in the state i
% Let's begin now to plan for a county fair of our I part to :induce new citizens to locate here. The and finish and ship them direct to northern packers. SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

v ., #. f'w own next year. We don't doubt but that good will one big thing that hat been done is the building of Who would then get the profit How many hundreds [ : ] I
result
i fr from our exhibits at the Five-County Fair in i a system of hard roads and that will pay for itself of thousands of dollars would such a proposition -

u Orlando but after all it is Orange county which getsi several linnet over. be worth to the state of Florida if it were AND OSCEOLA COUNTY
) i the good from the fair and all of
i y j ( greatest certainly
There are several lessons to be learned from the only half developed? _
i the davera'sing effect of the fair held in Orlando . . . . _ .. ,
table of - - . .
census figures reproduced: on another On ranch of this TT..y.
t : will that and page a big sort the cattle could be
{ # to city We should have
? go county. but the greatest is from the showing made by Osce put through dipping vats and the entire place freed Will wonders never cease? The ington today where he will reaij t
fair of and
the benefits.
t a our own reap We can Times-Union and William I
ola In 1905 that had populationof Jennings during the coming session of con-
county. a from
county ticks. Thing of the saving in feed from this
t'I M do it if will are side side in the
we begin now to lay our plans.p standing by gress. His many Sanford friends
' "' _: :- 3622. This year its census report shows 10,936. item alone. Consider the item of fertilizer. Very fight upon President Wilson's program were glad to see him again.-Sanford

What made Osceola's 201 per cent increase? little, if any commercial fertilizer would be heeded} for national preparedness. Herald.

Proof sheets showing the designs for the proposed PUSH did itl! for the feed and hay crops on this ranch. Kissimmee Valley Gazette.No -+-
'rs farming and magazine advertisements still mistaken. The Among the appreciated guests here
newspaper paper Osceola in 1905 was nothing but a sparsely you are
"' It might take a quarter of a million; dollars to Times-Union and both Wednesday was Editor E. E. Naugleof
r in the $50.000 "Florida First"adver Bran are
-
R settled prairie wiht one little country town. Kissimmee establish a ranch proposition of this kind thoughwe against the President s preparedness the Kissimmee Gazette, who i is one
t ,tiling campaign as' prepared by the Thomas Advertising in it. The town itself hal nothing boast of of the brightest
to believe this plan could be put into effect plan, as are many others, and with journalists in the
;? 1 Service of Jacksonville have been received. but a, name that dwelt in the memory of those who much smaller scale with results and upon good reason too but the Times-Union I state. Mr. Nauvle stated in his ad-
'The advertising i i. artistic, carefully worded and of f passed through on a train. About the first thing a good tIn thereby continues to take a knock at Bryan dress luckiest at the luncheon that he was the
4 character that not but benefit the state prove its practicability. rightton. You will read many a day man in the crowd because he
r a can help as that was done there to attract outside attention wa before find the T-U came from Indiana and married a for
whole.: We hope that this campaign will be the beginning a thousand acre ranch properly you commending
( car to erect a big white sign claiming that Kissimmee Bryan for anything preparednessor mer Sanford girl. He in greaM "
,I :: ried out to its fullest extent and that the commission was the healthiest town on the face of the earth. It cultivated and managed, should be able to no .-Madison Enter booster for his adopted state and ia 'J

. :t }t will continue the work from year to year. wasn't, but that didn't make difference. It "finish"several hundred head of cattle each year. prise-Record. always welcome in Sanford where' ,
/ any he has friends.
Such an enterprise would call for good tWsiness many We would suggest
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II'l'f -: : brought home the bacon. Then some enterprising however that the next time he
judgment foresight and thorough understanding Some delay is in !
: St. Augustine is raising a complaint about the citizens dug a few big drainage ditches down the j energy a the work of being with experienced brick the- comes to Sanford he bring 'that San-
of the livestock paving
industry the of( ford
on part girl
I
along.- -R'\'\ford Herald.
recent state census. It was all wrong, the good main street and to the railroad right near the big three mile section of highway - .
those in -
charge.We
E people of the Ancient City claim because a loss sign, and it looked to those who peered from the ( ing from the city limits of KI,,t'xtt'nd'i Our visitors from Kissimmee who

in population instead of a gain was shown in that car windows like Kissimmee was up and doing. believe that such men as C. A. Carson and to the (Orange county line. J It is now.stated weie here on Wednesday to inspectthe
E. L. Lesley, of Kissimmee J. N. Whjtner of San- that the contract will, not lie bulkhead, were most
good city. We're satisfied down this way, how About this time the board of county commission-I before 'I favorsbly'f1'1'r.j
completed February 1st, because
t', ford. S. 11. Gaitskill of McIntosh, Senator Barberof with this great work, as
ever, for Osceola's gain in the ten-year period was ers sprung the greatest advertising stunt that has the Alabama Paving Company( I well\I an the city in general and the

; 201 per cent and that set a mark higher than any ever been devised for bringing in new people. Sam MacClenny and other successful live stock men declares it impossible to secure a sufficient many acres of growing vegetables.
P of their caliber could take hold of a proposition of supply of vitrified brick.Gainesville This work of
other county in the state. Perhaps we would have Tripled was editing the Valley Gazette and he was improvement on the lake
h I this kind and make a genuine success of it. The Sun. front is due to the untiring zeal andt'nf"rIO'
r had something to say, also if we had showed a loss the pioneer of all the development boosters of the -
A \ < instead of a gain. ., state of Florida. There was never a week allowed same idea might be duplicated in various parts of Among the prominent visitors to j two Sanford men city who council had and the nerve those

-: :- I I''I to pass but that he trotted out for inspection some the state, and what is of most importance, it i'l the city on Wednesday were ("on- i to tackle the job of making the seawall

; freak of nature in the shape of a mammoth yieldof fair to reason that it might prove to be the one i gressman Sears and little son, Joseph, and dredgin" for the fill, Messr .
: the Orlando
t We congratulate Reporter-Star upon quick and direct method of Standardizing the livestock of Kissimmee. Congressman Sears Mahoney and C. R. Walker.-.Sanford
. ,, i':., its forty-page "Made in Orlando"edition.. This ten square feet of Kissimmee soil or an acre or will leave with his family for Wash. Herald.
L ,. two of Osceola muck land. These commissionerstook industry of Florida.On .
filled with about, ,
.1" monster paper was good things . ....
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thousand for changed them this finishing ranch there would be nothingto
r' Orlando and Orange county. There were column papevs a year ,
v after column of readable articles, after of every three months, and thus in a year 4,000 prospective interfere with the production: of thoroughbredcattle .*. "v ** ** **<"+ * * ** ..*
page :
( page settlers received this boosting sheet for and hogs for beef and pork and for breeding
.
Ir.
Ittl, ,';; fine photographs and a fine list of advertisements.from I .1.1.
f ".q'i.' .,t,:." Orlando merchants. We take our hat off to three months. There never has been such another stock. The profits/ of this branch of the enterprise | STATE PRESS COMMENTS f

I ," Messrs. Brassier and Reese despite the fact that advertising medium as the weekly newspaper with alone would be limited only .to the capacity of the
rip ,
; :';; this is rather cold weather and we haven't an overabundance its intimate touch and its details of community life ranch and the efficiency of its management. .J.J.J.. . ,. .. ._ .. ,_ .. .. .A T.. A&'AAAA AAAAA ."". T..9VVVgOOOVOggOggVI .AA' _ _ _ .

which in three months time enables the prospective Within the past two or three years a numberof
brain TREAT
hair whatever THE
of TOURIST
:'nr to protect matter FAIRLY ists and
homeseekers.
", \\ settler to become thoroughly acquainted with the livestock farms have been established by individuals -

; 11 we possess. daily life of the community and the moral tone of here and there in Florida that are meeting I The whole of Florida suffers as a
Jacksonville i
result
is of
.t,.. : :- getting busy in an every ire.tance of this kind,
f ', Fellow walking around the world passed through the people who comprise it. with success. We know of cases where they are educational campaign to overcome the no matter how localized may be its
+ th' '' People began to answer these appeals in person. penning up and feeding small numbers of range disposition of the hotels I and mer- immediate application. Thejtoeporta
'v ., .' Kissimmee the other day. Among his other peculiarities Land companies were attracted and they added cattle to kill and market- -literally carrying out the chants of the city to overcharge persons made by their friends in the S tlSl'lr
he has a brand new interpretation of. the connected with the moving pic- persons who have had to p."**" moSb
their and "know-how" to make Osceola above plan on a small scale. Others are breeding
money ture industry.Several for
of which he carries a of his something bought in this state
Bible as part
a'
copy St. Cloud into being, struggled along thoroughbred beef cattle for market and few
y He advances the 'idea of three grow. came a studios have recently been than it is worth seldom specify the
t traveling outfit against odds within and without for a couple of are breeding thoroughbred dairy cattle. located in the vicinity of the city and ,, concern or the community responsible .
'. heaven and no literal hell of fire and brimstone other large operators in the and the is burden to
motion I reaction a
( years, and then settled down to a rapid growth We are encouraged with the success with which
tt That sounds good to us-three to one is pretty good I picture field have been making inves- I: the whole of Florida. The commercL.1
; and development along modern lines. these farmers have met. From the results. of their
odds but had always thought from our tigations of conditions in the vicinity bodies of the state could do more
we expert Klll llu... built brick streets. At that time. efforts we know that breeding and raising high of Jacksonville.The I useful work than to give immediu'a
$ fir be
that the ratio
the world ought to
re
encewith Kissimmee didn't have one-fourth the use for brick grade livestock in Florida can be made decidedly statement is made that there is attention to this evil.

versed Even at this it was out opinion that the infernal streets that Leesburg hat had for several years past, profitable and substantial. If some of our foremost a general disposition in the industry I Any board of trade or chamber of

.a i regions would be crowded somewhat like a but those people of Kissimmee had awakenedi the stockmen will combine their efforts and start this to the get degree out of to California which by reason. of commerce which may join in the
New York'.ubway coach in the rush hours. it has been unfairly "Florida First" advertising will undoubtedly -
possibilities of making their town attractive. They movement on a big scale we not only believe that treated there through the receive a great mny inquiries -
'J i t. :- -- i taw a chance to build themselves all these modern the venture would be successful from every standpoint charging of exhorhitant rents and excessive as a result It will be distinctly

Tampa ia now laying claim to the title of "Me improvements AND GET PAID A BONUS FOR but that the growth and development of the prices for the purchases of the to the advantage of any com

.; . tropolis of Florida" as a result of the state census I BUILDING THEM. They became wise folk. From industry throughout Florida would progress with far companies Some of and the their members. munity if its trade body is In position
prominent men of the who answer
figures recently given out. These figures give Jacksonville a cow-country, Osceola began to assume the aspect more rapidity in all parts of the Mate as a resultof concerns which have been looking for the advertisements to assure persons there will be no

Ii' a' population of 66,850. while Tampa i is of a suburban farming section. But even the cows their worthy example. locations in the vicinity of Jacksonville overcharging in its borders. If a few .,.

'j credited with 55.978. The federal census bureau did'' not fare ill. Instead of being poorly tended charge that already there is evidence leading places will take a positive .
\':( t efi estimated West Tampa's population at 1 II-I of a similar spirit on the part stand in the matter it will not be long .
. ., Recently and scattered over the face of the earth they were Send a box of citrus fruit to the "folks backs ofsome of the hotels and mercantile before there noticeable ; tf
is lessening
,' w' and asWest Tampa is a part of Tampa ex- herded into the best pasture* and looked after home" .. a Christmas gift. A campaign is now houses here. Prominent citizens of of the tendency a to take excessive toil '.

'p .. 37 in. the matter of f municipal government. Tampa they had never been before. (Getting brick streets being conducted by the press of the state to encourage the city are now engaged in an active from persona outside of the state who

1: I |)a.-a population of 67,348 which gives the south and sewers and electric lights and all these modern the sending out of fruit to friends and such effort to avoid any further growth of are spending some of the time In
a spirit. i
%i"" vu "' b... .Florida"::city an>
d Jacksonville. :,Thir.i. perhaps a slender ;thread ;;stuckknttihar up.** ,They,kept,their com' and went on state. A large percentage of the population of ready to take more aggressive steps The Pensacola Journal i i. powerful

h r 'f" upon ;whkh; to .hang ,4.claim '''to leadership but money1*in
l g'h' .; , u riwb ,whUw.V.,tke wd blow ,/and we VALUES_ AND THE NEW CI11ZEN.W (United""State.. Nearly every resident has friendsaiKljfeiative particularly! into her unfortunate borders it would seem 200 Pensacolans at the Mobile Wl. road

; '. '' .amtBrajh .iLis rtioa.jhat. ,.thel!' t ten.years @ hpE IMPR QVE.. : "back home" to whom he will send should be any such tendency that to there improperly The", ..tiDl'purpoM.to.JM of held this at is ta Insist that

n'' 'Tampa 'will be the,tartestgsty in the state beyond some memento for Christmas. Why not make the exploit visitors. Inhe past the highways com J bY' r5 *fcf 1 Florida ,'
A dowki Then eaUbiwghtn or people box of fruit the state has suffered and PensaeoJa'Instead of tjr .. a I**, MI
'\ qttestiotviof ; i : .. .the" jmprove.. I gift a ) reason. of the overcharging materially of tour-by f(native routethrough Alabaaw. t"H.t
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'News''and Notes, tie "Wonder, 1 ' .
' I.; ; of City" From Our Own .

;" Special Correspondent Tonight beginning
., .
\\J Woodland' Fame, I '
w'; .j)r' children will be given o' "

r' J. W.'Salman, from Mich. Eckley, both of St. Ooud, were mar- ium of the High i 't
f'arriYed on the 24th and is much pleased = ried at 1:30: December lit, by' Rev. of the athletic '
'r' with our Wonder City. Frank Kenney. The couple have the library. More
Mr. Clay Fox, from.Sious City, la., beet wishes of their many friends.
1;. came in on the 25th for the winter. The Golden Rule Girls will hold I' S t'f
'.: W. Greenville, of Millville, Pa., their regular meeting at the Methodist Queen Natura ; f
came in last week and js guest at parsonage Friday afternoon Dec.
the Bonair house 3rdT Princes Celandina
Mr. Fred Adamson, of Zaresville, je Priscilla club will have a food Princess Viola
Ohio, is in the city for the winter. sale and Christmas tree on Saturday Princess Euphrase ,
jolt The concert given Saturday evening afternoon, December 18, at G. A. R. t' : l
Veronica
in G. A. R. hall by the Morrow Hall, when Santa Claus and his brother Princes
.
: Brothers, was very much appreciated will appear. Everybody come and School-boy -
.. by all music lovers. \ have a good time. Goody *. :: : '

H..P. Gleason, wife and mother arrived Burdette Northrop returned to Little May - 'I .... ,
.t' '
last week to spend the winter. Stetson university on Monday after '
in our Wonder City. spending the Thanksgiving vacationat Gypsy : '
, f" Mrs. Ollie Harris, Misses Evadna home North Wind ;.,
I; Harris and Mittie May were the Last Wednesday the Golden Rule East Wind 'ie 'n.r' '" VSdr
'
I,. guests on Sundav of Mrs. Veeder. Girls had a food sale and cleared South Wind 1,. ..
'. Mr. John F. Daniel and family, $6.50, which went towards fixing the -
Mr. T. Meaty a rd and family were the tennis court. West Wind ,Jo: 'i,

;, coiests on Thanksgiving of Mrs.. Anna Eastern Star MemoriaLThe Sun Fairies : ,:: ,
Meatyard on Massachusetts avenue. members of the Eastern Star :; .
: Rev. Christie preached a very interesting held their. yearly memorial service on Scene- "
t sermon In the M. E. church Sunday 28th of November, at their
Sunday night. Rev. Christie is a returned hall. The services were very impres- Time-One 1 t i r
,.Jj" missionary from Turkey.;-, sive. Brother Kenney opened with : ,
B. B. Gordan, of Texas, arrrived p"ayert.then Mr. Durham gave us a I. Overture .1'1I.. ,'r,
r!:, last week and expects to enjoy our solo. Next wad a talk by Rev. Mel- 2. Chorus of
climate this winter. maker on the need of an orphanagefor "
Mr G. S. Groveston, from Chelton, the benefit of the orphan childrenof 3. Interlude :
\ N. Y., arrived last week and has already the Masons and Eastern Star, a 4. Duet -
Irt-,, purchased property to make very much needed institution. Then a 5. Interlude ( VOf :
is home. solo by Lynn Daugherty, after which 6. Chorus of } :
Mr, Walter Arrowsmith, of Urbana, Rev. Westcott gave a talk on our me-
Ohio arrived Wednesday evening. He morial services which we hold every I 7. Interlude ,
I was formerly in uslness in that place year in November, in loving remembrance 8. Chorus < #
but has sold out and expects to make of our loved ones gone before. 9. Solo' -
his home with his parents, Mr. and Since our chapter started wo have lost .1
Mrs. George P. Arrowsmith.Mr. three of our members, but not one 10. Chorus -
Rowland spent Wednesday in within the last year, ror which we are I 11. Interlude -
Kissimmee.Mr. very thankful. The officers draped I 12. Solo - -
Almar G. Coon, of Craydon, N. the altar in black over which was laid I 13. Chorus - :
II., arrived on the 25th and expects an evergreen wreath with the Bible ;) 1k
to spend the winter in the Sunny ovre all. Mrs. Conn sang a solo, ac- 14. Chorus -
South.. companied by MrSylvester Squires.All 15. Duet -
Miss Annie Carson, of Kissimmee, the soloists did fine work and we 16. Finale -
apent Tuesday in St. Cloud. wish to thank them for their kind as-
Mrs. Susie Crandel and Wiliam T. sistance.

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:...000..00..00.---------------T'.: Mrs G H. Burnett attended the TO SNEER
Teachers Convention at Kissimmee
0UNION CENTER d' Friday Supt C. E. Yowell is to be
LONGER
0- congratulated upon this eminently
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00000..0000..0..0000.. successful convention. The program l

Good news! There's a "jolly .timecoming1" was more than ordinarily interesting :
Friday night, December 10, and instructive The repast served to '
the visiting teachers by the facultywas COUNTY FARM '
at the new church The social committee
of the C. E has announcedthat one to be remembered for its TO BE DERIVED :'r
.
there will be a box social on that bounty and prevailing spirit of hos ADDRESS AT
date. There's !going to be first-class pitality.The FARMING ; : ; : :
Pleasant : ; -
phonograph music during the even- Valley Sunday school
meets at the school house Friday evening ING IS I
and for the folks
ing games young
.
.t
We extend a cordial invitation to our to discuss plans for .their mas ; : ;" .<'
friends in other communities to attend entertainment j.. ,
for of course, those of us here
,.,who" have attended former socials of O..O... ..OOOOOOOOOO. .. B. E Evans, farm .1. "

this nature, couldn't be kept away : : Osceola county, was : .
". tall." THURMAN CITY the Teachers nr
ers at .; .oi'.
Miss Besste Lawson of Pine Castle, I. the Osceola High (' : "
was a welcome visitor with home- OOOOOOooooo eooo.o.O..OO last Friday. His ').:,;;'0 I

folks from Wednesday until Sunday Misses Ruth, Zell and Louise Good to be Derived TAYLOR'S"f' i;<'r "t. :",
afternoon. Acree were the guests of Mr. and tural Training." He : |I !
Miss Iva Niswonger and Mrs. Nel- i is the I :
"Agriculture
Mrs. I. M. Lanier Sunday.Mr. : "'i..''I i
lie Wetherbee attended the teacher's and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba were arts and the most *
institute in Kissimmee Friday. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. ce." It was the. first '*
Men. T. A. Hughey was taken sud- E. R. Smith and daughter Opal, of race and lies at the .:
denly ill last Wednesday evening and Kissimmee. of our now highly I '

upon the arrival of the family physician Mrs. S. C. Acree spent Thanksgiving tian civilization. :
it was found that an immediate with Mrs. Sullivan who 4s in forty millions of I \\ ;?; '
. operation was necessary. She was very poor health. draw their wealth and ) !, ,
taken to Orlando sand the operation Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lanier and children higher and better .
\i'' performed at eleven o'clock the same were Thanksgiving guests of his The day when it la .'
night. We learned from a late report parent sneer at i I '.'. .
,. that her condition is still quite seri- Albert Acre. had the misfortune used to say "anybody: \ \ ; jIf(:..' II '
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.lou. and it is feared another operation to have his dog bitten by a rattlesnake it takes brains to ; I \
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r will be necessary. ; also Mr. McPherson lost two does in- any other ;
.u Ben Barber came down from Gotha of his best sheep from the same cause Farming has
to visit home folks Sunday. recently. garded as a calling ; f0 "
ambitions of
Blanche and Janette Lawson. visited Mrs. I. M. Lanier has been suffering and highest y!,
Mrs. Longenecker Sunday afternoon. from a lame back Tor the past week, young women, 1
W. F. Fortenberry, of Kissimmee. but is better at this writing. P' ,.'"
was the guest of J. G. Harvey andfamily Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lanier spent ,JV f
Sunday. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Wetherbee were en- W. C: Sensiba
tertained at the pleasant home of :
Mrs Van Duzer in Kissimmee Friday O'OO'OOOO.O'.OOOo.OOOO OOO \
Girls, don't forget to bring a nicely ,
trimmed box next Friday night. It 0 LAKE HAMILTON :
isn't necessary to remind the girls' 0 POLK COUNTY Oe Good for
mamas to put some good things in 0O.O'OOOOO'OOOO'O (,
the boxes, for they always do that oOOOO
anyway.Dr. : )
Gilbert Hess, of Ohio, visited Thanksgiving: Day was observed,
Dr. Funk and wife a few days last here by a sermon in the morning by
week. He went to Tampa Saturday.Mrs. Rev. Clem which was followed by a
J Spreng, Mrs. McClain and picnic dinner at noon. In the after- <
Mrs. C. it. Funk visited at the J. K. noon there was a baseball game and Three :: ,"." 'n.,
Milliard home Friday a basket supper, and a.very fine musical /
Mrs. Sarah Geerdes called on Mrs I program. in the. evening at the ho- ; /
Jeff Barber Monday afternoon.Dan tel. The large lobby of the hotel had ,

Cope and wife, Mrs. Ward and been fitted up with seats, all of which 16 Ib*. Granulated .. .. .,
Clarence Bailey of St. Cloud, were were filled, almost 160 being present (.
entertained at the! C. M. Smith home The program was in charge of A. C. 18 IBS. Fancy Whole ,c ": .1

Friday. Boiler, under auspices of the Lake 24 Ib Sack Pillsbury J .'. l
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well- Hamilton Board of Trade. The numbers It'. ., :,'
don't forget to bring a
Boys, .,, . ..
filled purse next Friday night. Well, rendered showed that there is an 3 cans Veribeit Soap I, f. "'/n
,rl too if unusual amount and quality of musi- /1 ..\;rrjJ
could bring a you 3 Chili COB
you can '
"
will romise not to 'peek" at the boxFflEmJ cal talent ere. U. S. Martin, president : < .., "JJil;.
of the Board of Trade, gave a 2 ZSc Cans Corned ......' t
short talk' on the past, present and : : <. l..
Mrs H H Funk and their :
1 Dates
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future of the Board of Trade. He '
gu3Sf Dr Hess, were entertained at ,
1. dinner Friday night by C. H. Funk mentioned that one great need here 1 pk(. Seeded Raisins \t 1:
is an assembly house, where such .
wife.
and 1 Pun JJI "
qt Hooey ___ "
that could be held of- -
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee and Mrs. programs a* ': '
Sprang ate dinner with Ira and Nel- ten, and other social events, besides 3 cams Small May P.. I J.
affording a meeting place for the
lie Wetherbee Sunday. }
Miss Iva Niswotiger spent Saturdaywith Woman Club and the Board of 1 qt Jar Sweet : 'k
home folks at Shingle Creek. Trade. These organization will no 25c pkff. Baflard's : : LL,
doubt work jointly in securing such ;
She and her sister Miss Edith, attended I CREAMERY BUTTER '
Sunday school here Sunday a building soon. Two choice lots for. 5f'b:
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morning.Don't this purpose have already been Oleomargarine ______ i : J[r
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bought on the corner of Smith amt '
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"the time Friday ,t"t
forget Fourth streets, overlooking Lake Flat Pfark Salmon. ____ r.. !;
night December 10th, "the place, at 1. n
the new church, and that it's goingto Crystal. Tennis courts and' basketball Flat Fancy Red >> I ,.- ( '
socialPLEASANT grounds will also be provided ; :i
be a box there. Observance of Thanksgiving Tumbler Smoked "'. : "t.. ""

.. .. .... ...... . ...00.: Day at Lake Hamilton is an annual Tumbler Sliced Beef : '.'' \' "'tf:
: event, this being the third Thanksgiving : h"
VALLEY ITEMS so observed here, whicn span 'Sliced Bologna Sausage (
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"_ o 0- measures the age of this community. Sliced Minced Ham __ I I. ,
r .... . . ... .0.0..0.0Mr. Excellent progress is being made :
T Sugar Cared Hams __ \ '
Mir att h. C. C. Harvey and Payne: resi ; { Y. f

I+i Rufus. Moorehead Thomas and and farm sister!" and took dences.Mr. Wilbur Purcell ha begun' Lowner's Ceoldnr ( :

-, Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. T. building a residence in the north part Ckecolat Cream Drops '
f' Murphy. of town. Mr. and Mrs. Purcell recently 1 : ms"' ""::1''' .
IIr. G. H. Burnett and family were returned from the North in .a l i ... .I!:', '';'' ,". '
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ruesU of Mr. Wm. Loavitt and Mr*. fin*. new Maxwell auto. J \ ,- ; '.' ;
Brad last Thursday. .The clay pit right in the middle of The Store ", ' '..
Rubio Yates was enrolled .. the the town. has been opened and :-I.... ,
of the Flea-ant Valley i the east road : .!do
25th student clay being spread on L i ,
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school Noy. 21. along the north side of,the townalt. "
Marion Warren tad bn.inm. ID It I I. the plan to also lay:other roads. : ;'

;k"" K1 a.im1n" and the (.tiM'in town. : : k 4 ; :. ...: '

:: 1, KeT. Northrop 1av.L Cloud, aeeo Miss '' ,. 11'1" ."1 ." 'I.,.",. Ji(! r.\ 1 ,q,
) &DIed by htwliM .e.sonle.sat n.; *.?,too:,baa ,taken 'tbLplae.ofths .., " '.i- t. ., . ; .A '!;' : 1:" IIl
.: clrettat.ttend.d. flea :''inruW y for '_ _;:' ..: r f, b\.JI" ., lai4t ;,;, ', '. ... ... 'f\'.' ' oF"t ..'
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//j :. fr'Society N'tis An 'effort is to 1>. 'made bf.Ja'number ' :

TO GO TO MEETING SHOWS AN INCREASE G. C. Livingston was""a business of.-the lodges of the city it .is ...

.. '" visitor to Sanford, on Thursday.LeRoyB. said, to secure through the city coun- '%::;
cll' exclusive of, ; in) .
;' an plat ground J
G ','ir. (Mattie Bella. Harris, Editor.) FIGURES GIVE A TOTAL OF 4058 Giles, of Orlando was a Rosehill cemetery where the rdera ,,. ;:
: visitor In. the
ad (Continued from Page One.) CARS SHIPPED }FROM THE city Wednesday. may burr, the visiting brothers' who {/;.i"

R.. I STATE SINCE SEPTEMBER 15. Dr. H. A. Leavitt left for may be called by death while among ?:,j
y : .. tit U amade to all patron of. die Valley Caiette to lend ItentsJ Trade and the ladies of Gainesville TWELVE CARS SENT OUT .today a us.
:
1 business trip to the east coast.J. .
r i*Society evens to the Editor for pablicstion b there clans will hold a get-together meeting for FROM KISSIMMEE THIS WEEK. '
J, / _ the visitors at the Masonic Templethe C. Bloodgood of Harvey Illinois, Friends of W. H. Jones of Kisslm-
... same evening. Cigars and refreshments The movement of citrus fruit is- becomes s visiting his sister. Mrs. Nl J. Van mee, will regret to learn that he received '

'.. .. . MltMIOM. OICI * I 0 0 le I fr< o< e i'' t 01 I will be served. .- more rapid as the season Juzer. word yesterday of the deathof
.') .., 1 ,' The meeting, Thursday December9th grows older. The recent cold weather :.his father, Henry M. Jones, at his
:,:. .. ',; 'TALENT TEAThe I as the chapter house, next Tuesday will open in the tabernacle, with has done much to color the fruit and Harry Hunter of the Hunter Land home in Newark Ohio. He had been

', ':', ;" ; i of I evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. music by the University of Florida to give it the lequired proportion of Company:: is expected to arrive withinhe 111 for a year but up. until that time
jp ,' f":' : Talent Tea the Methodist Invitations were issued this week, Band, followed by the invocation by sugar and acids to meet the maturity next few days to spend the winter I had been actively engaged in fanning.
:: 'church Will be entertained this afternoon but it was announced by the officers Dr. N. B. O'Kelley pastor, Frst Ban- test. in Kissimmee. He was 68 years old and a member of
r r" d1 s- by .Mrs. -J. L. Overstreet andMrs. of the club that the reception was a List.. church, Gainesville. Welcome in Twelve cars of fruit were shipped i the Methodist church. The funeral
f1+ ."Red wood'at the home of the latter public one and that any who wish behalf of the city and the board of, I from Kissimmee this week, seven Fred Gilbert i is the owner of a'ra'id will be held Saturday morning. lie

r .' on*Matri. :-"street. . might attend. This is expected to trade will be extended respectively by cars by H. C. Lighlsey, who is operating new Oakland Six which was leaves two sons, A. B. and Walter
MOTHERS CLUBTheMothers open the winter activities 01 the Woman's lion. Christopher Matheson, mayor, I the Mach Brothers packing house delivered to him this week by the Ma- .l(pees, of Vernon Ohio.
AND TEACHERS
r .,., . :... Club. The officers wish it especially and Dr. A. A. Murphree president of and five cars by the Kissimmne Citrus ruder Auto agency, of Orlando.
$ : -- understood thta winter visitors the University of 'lorida. Responsewill I Growers association, affiliated with News has been received here of the
1 ,- and Teachers Club in the city are cordially invitedto be given by Hon: T. Ed. Bryan the Florida Citrus Exchange. The Not only will there be a chicken death of Mrs. Npttie B. Lepper at her
'will hold its' regular business meeting attend this affair and "get ac- president of the Central Florida members of the association are begin- linner in the Miller-Stanford build- home in Birmingham Ala. Mrs. Lep-

t ; 1 c on Friday, December 10th. at 3.SO .quainted." Highway association. ning to gather their fruit in largerquantities ing on Stewart avenue, Saturday per was an aunt of Miss Mattie Ban-
p..m... at.tilt home of Mrs. J. E. Lupfare v Reports of the officers wil! be givenby and it is likely that the December 4th. but a bargain tableas dy ant C. L. Bandy, county tax col-
Officers for the ensuing year PRISCILLA CLUB ENTERTAINED which will lector.I She would have been 80
well be worth
T. Ed. Bryan president; L. P.Dickiei Exchange packing house will *ut up your years
will 'be elected and member is
every E. W. at least two the while to visit. of age next February. Mrs. Lepper
secretary; Eliott treas cars |a day during
to Mrs. W. C. Bass entertained the
urged, atten lion. had the last winters here
. . 4 ; Edward Scott, chairman of coming week.: spent nine
Priscilla Embroidery club last Satur- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pearce of Mon- with Mrs. M. C. and Miss Mattie
(H the State Highway Commission will Bandy -
GOLF.CLUIlDIRECTOaRSTOMEET;: Figures compiled by the Citrus
day afternoon The afternoon was ticello who
are touring this sectionof and to-irislt
the aims and Bandy was preparing
of the
speak on objects
show that
Exchange a total of 4068
in social conversation and in
spent the
tt state automobile
by
stoppedfor them
this when
she became
commission.The again winter -
The' board of directors of the Kis fancy work. Dainty refreshments cars of fruit have been shipped since short time in Kissimmee
a on ill. had
afternoon session will consistof Mrs. Lepper many
simmee' Golf Club will bold a meeting September 15th .to November 30
r , were served. Those who attended up Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. friends in who will
at the club house December4th an on by from the state whole. The
Saturday. as a move
were: Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. H. Paulk.
hear
''p to of her death.
'i', at'7:80 p. m. Notices of themeeting' M. Pfann, Mrs. H. W. Morrow, Mrs. George S. Scales U. S. Department of ment of grapefruit from the state for
\
.i "' h..e.been to Agriculture; Transportation by W. M. the twenty-four hours November . . .. . . .
: sent ending ----------------------- ---
\ l\! .. every H. N. Bratton Mrs. J. J. Griffin, Mrs. ------- - --------------------- '
"1 "' : .'member of the board by J. D. Clark.secretary Cook; address by W. P. Troy. Each 30th was 18 cars. The movementof "
I : T. J. Woodall, Mrs. J. J. Woodall, Mrs.
) .:. : is that all address will be followed by dUcussions. for the week DR. LOGAN times and out of weather.
y and it urged W. L. Raulk, Mrs. M. I. Stout Mrs. I grapefruit ending on URGES HOG WORM REMEDY SanOin 8
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\ V.;.. attend. there la important business Sarah Cohoon, Mrs. E. J. Redwood.Mrs. the same date was 26 cars. The move
Areca 2 drams calomol
s The remainder of the will grains; nut
to.considered. meeting ment of grapefruit for the to
.1" J. L. Mrs. S. J. Sou- season
l ders Mrs. BeamanC olton, Miss Lois be devoted to-well, the local talent the same date was 1159 cars. The RAISERS TO USE CARE 2 grains; soda bicarb 2 grains, sufficient
i dose for 100 Ibs.
; .' J HOUSE PARTY from the various sections of the state movement of oranges for the week hog weighing
\ 'J' Overstreet and Miss Alta Ruth Over-
who want to the roads their Mix with feed. Don't feed for 10 or
f & pull
?, y' 1ti.\;\, street, Miss Lottie Lawler and the way. ending November 30th was 425 cars.
.'- > .Ytd\ ,:. metty party of young people had Rev. S. W. Lawler. The club meets An effort is being made to have the The movement of oranges for the season 12 hours before.
a .Jolly.time at the home of orchestra Glee Club and Athletic GOVERNMENT EXPERT TELLS KIDNEY WORM
{,, camping tomorrow with Mrs. J. L. Beaman. association to the same date was 2899 can. I -Teospoonful of
'i. Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Prentis on Fish of the University of Florida OSCEOLA COUNTY FARMERS turpentine once a day for 3 days. Lay
i $ .,( 4Lke the latter part of last week. ) * give an entertainment for the visitors THE METHODIST CHURCHOn HOW TO FIGHT HOG CHOLERA off 4 or 6 days and repeat as above.
MERRY PICNIC PARTY
;>L The tirna was spent canoeing playing Thursday evening. AND OTHER DISEASES THAT Don't feed for 10 or 12 hours before.
each first
t Sunday of
morning
ATTACK THEIR HERDS.Dr. .
'.!' .tennb;:'making candy and in various
:" The the month the to the
following composed a picnicparty pastor preaches
sI other ThursdayV99P din-
I e't JV ways.. a turkey on Wednesday to Kissimmee children. As next Sunday will be the
: '< \Ywaa enjoyed undeiX some large OSCEOLAHIGHPUT A. H. Logan of the Bureau of
Park, spending the day at the fine last service for the children before NATURE WARNSAgainst
oaks the house Those in the
\; ;near Animal Industry of the Departmentof
i 1.. orange grove of Mrs. E.. L. Franklin, Christmas, the pastor will preach onGod'
t ,( .
where a bountiful dinner was partaken great gift to the children. Fol-
+ CfHolen Bass!! Ethel Gilbert Maud Alice ON LISTS was a visitor in Kissim-
of: lowing the sermon will be administration GalnesvllJeb Calomel.The
y .VWarner' ,' Maurina Dann Marie Boyd.Nina Rev. A. M. Chisholm and wife, J. of the sacrament. As this will county this week.In Using .
.. Kathleen Bearden. Orpha Rose Dillard and be the last administration of company with B. E. Evans, county
Themas.Mattie B. wife, J. B. Mils and the sacrament sickening nauseating feeling-
y, Z 1'Bra' on/potsU. ; Belle wife H. M. Breaker and wife, Mrs. for the year it is hoped that farm demonstrator, he visited a number that follows the use of calomel is the

,.Harr\a......... '' e o o T. M. Rivers, Mrs. Robert Peterson, (Continued from Page One.) the older members of the church will of farms and on Wednesday, held natural result of disarranging your
ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH Mrs. Ella M. Franklin, Miss Irene : make an earnest effort to be presentand a meeting with the farmers in the entire system. Doctors everywhereare

Rn :1l! : ' GRADES ENTERTAINED Franklin Miss Louise Jackson and' Principal R. M. Evans, Kissimmee, have their children present for Partin settlement.Dr. agreeing that the action of calomel

vF ..*.':TF: j \, Mrs. A. M. Story. The party returned Fla. this service. The subject for the ev- Logan urged the farmers to is much too strong and leaves the
-Misses' '. Parah Clark and Celeste at 4:16: in the afternoon in the My Dear Mr. Evans: This is to inform ening hour will be Life's best Fur. exercise care in the protection of their body sick and weakened.

'Xoeeley,entertained the members of beautiful launch of Capt. E. E. Fair- you that the Osceola High nishment. Everybody is cordially invited hogs and told them that should chol- LIV-VER-LAX is a wonderful substitute -

the* Eleventh and Twelfth grades with banks, all st.atingt.hat.. they had en- School, located at Kissimmee was retained to all the services of the day. era appear in the herd, they should for calomel that has all of its

a".traw de Friday evening.. The joyed the outing very much as the day on the Southern AccreditedList. send for Mr. Evans at once and have good effects and none tof its bad ones.

1 t p ny,'. iperonod by Miss Leitner was ideal for a picnic. .. I congratulate you, your com The Dixie Theater orchestra was the hogs inoculated. Hogs which die It acts soothingly but thoroughly on
I 1.ft town about I 6>> p. m. for Shingle munity and county on the magnificent taken to Orlando again on Wednesday of the cholera should be burned or the liver cleansing it of bile, and ridding -
1I Creek b where they unloaded. WICHTENDAHL-MOSELEY I stand that your school is making. by Sam Ragsdale and gave a concertin buried at once, he told the farmers. the entire system of stagnating
si, A;bl .was built around which' I[ want to say that Florida stands well the Lucerne Pharmacy which Mr.Ragsdale The following recipes for hog diseasesfures poisons.
rry party played rames. toast- The following item from the Orlando up among the southern states-in s her recently 'oor haaed and were given by Dr. Logan and UV-VER-LAX is strictly a harmless -
r, in Reporter-Star will interest many list of accredited schools. We will, which is are printed here for the convenienceof
.ahmallows and had fun gen !I managed by J. D. Woodbeck, vegetable compound, and is guar-
.... people in Kissimmee, the bride having this year, have thirty odd schools on the farmers.
; f; A/picnic lunch was aerved.with: ; formerly of Kissimmee. This orchestra anteed to give satisfaction or your
., al _. eboooUto and fruit. All report been a former resident of this city. the list. The commission congratulated is giving a concert this afternoonin WORM J>PREVENTION afCQlal money will be returned. Insist on the
,11' :.'royal goodtime.CAMPF1RB. The article reads: us on the splendid showing that the Palace drug store here. Mr. IVi bushels; hardwood ashes 10 lb.; original bearing the likeness and signature -
}h; \ .... A pretty'weddmg- took place made and I want to extend congratulations
"\r< ?\."' \, very we Ragsdale says he has changed the common salt 4 Ibs; air-slacked lime of L. K. Grigsby. For sale
j .? :;z : faRLSCampflre last evening at seven o'clock at Go- to the high schools, who name of the orchestra to that of the 4 Ibs.; thoroughly mix, put in a receptacle here at 60c and $1.00 at Osceola .
l tha when Miss Cecile the credit.
: Moseley the really deserve all of Ragsdale orchestra. accessible to nogs at all Pharmacy.
d' $ i t ,', iOstite: Girls spent attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Since this list will not be publisheduntil ,
e'wltcamping at Me dejon'. cot- .J. E. Moseley, was married to Mr. some time in January and Since
+ i > on Paradise Island. They en- Albert Wichtendahl, the son of Mr.kind several high schools were unavoidably

o j rte' balhinc" and eanolnrin the 1" Mrs. LudoJph WitohendaM. I delayed 4n presentingjthoir nacre to @?o<>o<>o I I Tho '
"} mo and at ight toasting marsha ceremony was, held at the home the commission, I am not maffii'

ill i \ ...'I"- '.singing and tolling stories of the bride, and was read by Rev. public the Acci edited List, .
a bonfire. chap- Mr. Sparr of the Gotha Presbyterian probably would not be quite

h by.K... How-rI'Kats.i jruarL church. Bamboo ferns and cut /flowers those schools that have not be Cash is King We Sell for Less
i -1-: Carr and Miss Ollie Glenn. were used throughout the lower ed upon for this year. The /
'" "' _.in,1 the party wen Misses'''part of the house and these were particularly will be made out December 1st and be

1 li,( : ''t Tiller, Norma :Griffin, Viol.t., pretty in the room where the published as stated above, sometime
.'I. I' .. service Was said. Of if desire
+ K. 'Margaret Stanford' Mattie, In January. course you
t ",,, r) rd, Grace Gilbert Muriel Pren-. The bride was lovely in her wedding to inform your people locally about The Family Store
4, V. en' Anted ,Ada,Louise ,.Simp-'gown of white and long tulle veil the stand that your school has taken

;' ( ; .therine Carr,. Lois Johnson., I and her shower bouquet was of white you may feel free to do sp.\ ,
; t, . ,bride's roses. She was attended' by. Again, I want to thank you for ith.
t;, I., ., ON':. AT CHAPTER: -IIOUSEi' Miss Celia Overstreet, of Kissimmee, the courtesies that you have shown HARRIS & PEAKE

.It ;;.(,': '- :'and Mr.- Ludolph Wichtendahl, Jr.:; me, and .the Florida Commission :r: I
f 'Ib" .; ':The' Hart Memorial Woman's Club was best man. forwarding your report, and in.helping '

it i V i' i,,1 i ,d. "u hold a reception at the Hart Me The event was very quiet and witnessed us in every way that possib y
((1. t'ff' ..rial .Club. House, commonly knownfAD'GETrroONM only by realatives. could in keeping 'your school on the

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.- Cordially yours, HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS

> t r Circuit in and for Osceola County, JNO. A. THACKS''OIf(

, ca Florida. Fall Term, A. D. 1915. ; jf J
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; a i ; To the Honorable James W. Perkins PRESBYTERIAN CHURClf P
I .
. Judge: Rev. Thomas D. Christie D. D.J of For Men For
LI NOT GUILE 'I We the Grand Jury, empanelled Tarsus, will preach at this, church Ladies
and
'I sworn for the fall I term of theCircuit
next Sunday at 11 o'clock; and Rev.
Court in and for Osceola
Ji h W. D. Sumner, at night. -BAER BRAND NECKWEAR NOTA-SEME Pure Silk
Hose
. County, Florida, beg to report to The attendance at the Surjday{.
'.1< from Page One.) Your Honor that we have dischargedour
1, ; (Continued school of this church which broke all ,

r tJ''M:Craftori C. B. HunUinger, G. F. office./ duties We hare'investigated'ell imposed bv our oath mat.of record the Sunday before' last climbed Four-in-Hands $1.00

"' gF |Austin A. D. Story. F. M. Blake, J. ten which have been brought beforeus still higher last Sunday. !' I -
ti ,vi i Barclay, R. W. Frye. G. D. Boon, and we feel that our work has Mr. P. E. G superintendentthe
'M W. F. Jones C. S. Partin been thorough and conscientious look- Ala., educational r I 25c. 50c and 1.00 NOTA-SEME Pure Silk, Hose

anPartin Barber, ing to the good of the county and of Sunday school department qf the
t Tom. Pal- state.W8' church, held institutes Tuesday affer-: 50c
fu Brown Is represented by tie
Y of this week ,
V' and evening WRlch .
.' 5. 4a r '. Irner.; of Tampa, 'probably thai most havewOlf true: bills' in alt neon were both instructive and inspirinc- : ','
z ( famous criminal lawyer In the state cases when we thought"the evidence .Dr., Wltherspoon. the pastor spent

ndhthe mafciWbA defended'Mendenhall so warranted" and discharged such Wednesday in St. Cloud attendingftheinstitutes NOTASEMEPure Silk Socks 4O-INCH MIDDIE
i s ,w r in the mucb-ttlscussed case at matters as seemed to us not worthyof held by Mr. Green. TIES
s r ter. Besides Mr. Palmer Col. finding bills upon the evidence i .
<: d Baas of Kissimmee, is looking aft presented. 50c
fl ; ?A ; 'Z.( 50c
the interests of the defendant Our attention has been called to ARE YOth R kIDNEYS TO
is also
there
Vor tho prosecution anIrrar disorders existing in some of the

p it ""' of legal aT-Garrett.talent of composed KissTnnnee ofjibnston schools of the county, due to unruly: Many Kiaaimatee. People Know: 'lithe: PATENT PUMPS
conduct on the part of some of the Importance of Healthy. Kidneys

f 'and Gary D. Landis, of DeLand U., H in Pw>>11t. This we.. depricate and ilsap* LION SHIRTS AND COLLARSNew $3.00 3.50 $4.00
1 addition to 1ltate'e Attorney prove of. The kidneys filter the blood. ,

r Jonea.: {' We also regret to learn that one of They work night and day. ,

i "' y. t 1,VTbe trial of this ease will aid the the school houses of the county has Wel kidneys remove impuritiesji: Styles and Colors

i ,,M fall term of the circuit court and if been destroyed by fire. Education is Weak kidneys allow- Impuritief to DULL KID Per f
; ( the matter, of examining witnesses is one of the most important qualifica multiply. Jl\ Pair

( y ?f' .s ,ird-feught as was that -of se- tions' of citizenship and we deploreany No kidney ill should be neglecteii. $1.00 $1.25 S $1.50
crsrhg a.juryrlt"ls'likelYVthat! it will act,tending lessen the acquisition There to possible danger in delay. $2.50, $3.50, $3.75. II
' tit encroach upon the If have backache
icoassrj i -of such education as is extended you or uridnry
1 of the* Orange 'county ..circuit by, the State 'and County to the troubles, '( L- _ _
4tim. ,
x o n which U to berm-next Tuee.oSr youth of the County, and we trust If you are nervous, dizzy or worn
r tI Judge James{iW? Perkins, who that all good citizens will unite in fur- out i I t
r Full Line Shoes for
Misses
C V is will likely send thering the efficiency of the schoolsin Begin treatipg your kidneys'., at and Children
Orlando
asking the court
that
a
word to every manner possible. once;
'w there be' adjourned from day to day Use a proven kidney remedy.
c Bostonian Shoes
Our attention has been called to a for Men.
f x i51rnti1 be b ). W leave. None endorsed like Doan's Kidney'pm. '
dangerous condition in the
k in which H. W. Barnett xisting .. '
:wiseharged with embezzlement, railroad yard at St. Cloud, by which Recommended by thousands. '
life is and beg that
All civil case not endangered we Proved Kissimmee .
tf 't ,w re'aoll.'prossed. by testimony.M.
+ the authorities look into the mat-
i1: f k ?heard.last.week have been continued ter and have the may condition remedied Cosner, retired farmer, Mab- Tailor Shop in Connection
bette street Kissimmee "I suffered -
; f term says:
in which it is th
bt dntlbed labors confidently expected ,
its
t n from pain and weakness in .my
t' r'' the 'court V and was disTwov railroad authorities will Join. back and other of kidney
r ) j. 'y'o i to And labors symptoms Cleaning Pressing and
L. tlU'ne completed our Repairing
:' charged.+: indictments against beg complaint. Dean's qt-
.1.4 w t' ;S ; of we to thank the Court for cheerfully
a the issuance benefited and I
itchar4'ing'. ly me recommend -
4 1 'p yLJ I7ieheckswere retorned. Balmr his courteous treatment and the other them." (Statement given We Can Make Pver Your Old Coat in Any Style
officers of the Court. We. commend
'court4 and1 .
pleaded
A tin 22 1911.
1 ap to all the efficiency of the Clerk, the "She; )February ) ._---- _._ .
-
his promise pay OVER THREE YEARS -
ypo rt -
iff and the State Attorney.We LATER
ac %, VV. costa mud to refund the amount Mr. Coiner said: "I am so : .
to be ,
now beer diseh.rg.d.DANIEL
I.
Y .V checks InTohred.sentonce was .with the good results! Doan's KidneyPills
r' Jed :JudgePerkins. .IndictJri E.I PROPER, Clerk; gave me that I am glad to again '"

Jretued-charging Hob- 1 >\\JAMES'f.W.! MILLER, Foreman recommend.them.". T. The Family Store
|. ii i -j J1it
G r'with tiJngthe school Thi Orlando Mode of 'Elks, ofwhich Price ask 60c for,at'a' all kidney ealersIjoa't: ; :' ', .i

simply ,
!many "4 Kissimmee men'' are remedy ,
ArnoldV Doan I Kidney Pills- .f;' '" :
.
members will hoW'annual memorial

'.a marked service musical,Sunday, December will: I 5th>be> .ren4..A.special Mr."oater-Cosner.K1lbum has Co.twice, Props-recommended. BufRtlo.N. ,. :: || JJttley! Building Phone 291 On 'Broddi3a? yi: : '
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sr.l Bred and GovernorPark Trunmeuwill : > hi.follow- make the memorial oration.' 'ADumber "'Dark''plaidsfacid'with' 'scaryar.I I 1":" '''''' "" \ ''! '''' : J'I' -,.
of local .Elks will.! ,aa _,
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DECEMBER"V\ 1/4'I ",

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a El JWMMKt VALLEY GAHTT1PuMlahd :T;W.' Ellis will; { Jeave next Monday :A'party madnp:; of,the .following 1 Th. if iortii.0okario' Observer,., -of people evidently t read'your' 1'''Paper' .i ;

;" :' '(T.kpdeaa poi 11J .5; t. a 107 Clermont, where he has a contractto I persons en 0)8d. a koatridetbrt: .the Porn Qerry Canada,. has, the following from 'cover to cover; lror X''waa'bselged *- "Th* ret-, ,
.j" I do the concrete and brickwork on steamer Ltl i. tat Southport. ; and Lee''a item concerning Madame Voile,. by an army of Christmas buyer city council ,1 will 1ltl Hatt,
Every' Friday By four handsome. 'stucco" houses' to. Mbuithen. dock last Saturday Mr. and. Mrs. J. of this city I Madam Voile; of Kis- promptly on )December) 1st and night. A' BI..... t
; :' w.1 a.RAitsus .. B. O.-TANS.AanrswY' *+. C; Dowding and'daughter. C. E.'' 'Mmroee Florida, during a portion of everyone wanted to know wheremy ten will.he -.....\ and. I'
"' ?-. Jenkins. Mr'Adamoon.' )Mr. and Mrs last week was the-guest of Mr*. Jas. toys were.. Now It'. vp .to, you to U ,likelY''! that' ...uJ .be ,
.1 : "Butter Nut"-"- bread,, ,made' 'by I..H. Gram.;;Mr. and Mr.. Davis and Carnegie The Voiles-, own an exten help me explain. made for advertising: 01" bidi... for We'
..!.,. . .i..o, 0'00,0'. Reed' bakery is fine..> 'T.y.It the next: Mr.'.and Mrs,Myron Kinney. 1111"e! splendid bearlng orange grove TAll right George here's the' ex paving of Main street- tssdlk' the pries!

>t'V .' time ; the limits of the corporation planation. We hop they crowd 'you end of the ; to J /Jha..;
: you,bpy.bread.r r *8-2t Fred Ba'ea; \v1 ter Kelson; Edgar in which.they live. ,Mr.' Voile i- ;. ,paving city ,
being out of
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: The Local Field I' ,'A:I< ,. , Katz and?.Marion Carson left last a French reservist, la at present in your stor.all next week (!i
The Rev. W, II.'Ball, who has been Saturday night'/for, a hunting trip. France fighting'for his native land: 'LIVE' > '.ItOUSE BURN -
rector of the Episcopal church here The camp paraphernalia, etc.,' was Mrs., Voile expects to return in a few ST. LOUIS, STOCK MARKETSPECIAL 3 VACANT. -. .
for several wears, left Wednesday for looked after by Dan Howard, colored week. in order to hunt ducks, REPORT ,., '
,;a Miami, where he goes to take chargeof and was hauled forth on Fred's rebuilt she being an expert shot and delights A vacant house?owned by'' Robert' .
.....0000.00..0..0.0 a mission. automobile which he christened in hunting; she rare con, National. Stock Yards;,Ills. Smith located near l'atrick'street; in y: ; ,,
"the Lisping Lizzie." versatlonal abilities possesses, is charming in November 30.' 1915. South Kissimme, was destroyed by
AlecPowers, formerly a _en- manner and a lover of the land of her Cattle receipt 6000. Market. etlve fire Monday nights -When-.first discovered '
Weather Report known s k'rnan of Osceola county, Stanley Hanson* of Fort Myers: adoption and pronounces Florida a and steady with the market of yesterday the, flames had gaineti such
but 'now located at Fort Pierce was .was a Kissimmee visitor on Monday.Mr. paradise and its tropioal fruits strong: compared with last week's headway that the fire departmentcalled
unsur- '
greeting his hundreds of friends here Hanson is the Federal Migratory passed in the world. prices. Canner cows are selling at by the, alarm about the ,mid., :
Following ors daily temperatures this week. Bird agent for this section of Florida $3.85 to $.fleshy cows $4.25 to ".501; night hour .was unable to, save' the
and precipitations a. reported and is making a tour of the territoryto F. L. Helms, of Orlando, special fat cows $4.50 to $5.00; yearlings building. .
by Government stationat A congenial party that motored to see that the laws are enforced dur- district G. M., P. B. Wicoff, of Orlando $3.85 to $4; heretics $5 to $6; light i.
Kissimmee for the week end- Kisslmraee on Wednesday were ing the hunting season.N. Lodge, No: 20, D. C. Bower, F. B. bull $4.25 to $4.60; fleshy kinds $4.60to I' AN'o' FEVE'R 'CURED"
Ing December 2: Misses Hazel Hand, Alice and Maud I. Gottlieb' of the Kenney and Charles Feathers, of St. $5 with good fat kinds afc $5 to $6. U GRIPPE, '
Williamson of New and Mr. state manager
Jersey, Union Cloud Lodge, No. 66, met with Kia- ( Hog receipts 9500. Market
Max. Min. Rain James Carter.--Sanford. Herald. Fraternal Aid with headquarters simmee Lodge, No. 74, I. O. O. F.\\ active and strong to 6c higher "Your Quick's Chill. Tonic. cured my
in
in Ocala visitor the
was a city
Friday ____ 78 69 last Friday evening to consult regarding [
n Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. Gott- -through the active competition of husband of LaGrippe and Fever after'
Saturday __ow 81,.. 62 When you buy bread ask for Reed's"Butter lieb came with the hope of instilling joint degree work. The mat- shippers and butcher buyers. -The bull the doctor's:.medicine'and. other.,remedies s,
Sunday __ ... 82 66 Nut". 48.2t new life into the local lodge of the ter was finally settled by an arrange- of the market was $6.90 with the failed."', 5> ', r e
.. ment for St. Cloud to perfect itselfIn of the ?
good
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Monday ._ __ .76 67 Mrs. J. R. Mallette, who has been order organized here several months the first degree work, Kissimmee lbs upwards strong selling weight-hogs through those, I LULA C. ROACII,' Drif ton, Flav;. '

Tuesday __ .__ 61 4ff visiting her daughter, Mrs. George W. al'O.Mr. lodge, the second degree and the Or- buyers at $6.50 to $:6.80; pigs 120 to i, Sold by Osceola 'Pharmacy 2Sc., ,* ,,,
l' Wednesday ..70 39 Persons, was called to her home in .. C. H. Armstrong and five lando lodge the third degree. The 140 Ibs. at $5.75 to $6.25; fighter pigs y --- ,. ;
$. Thursday __n 79 49r Savannah, Ga.,. Wednesdav on ac- children arrived last week from their lodges will! visit each other as occa- $5 to $5.75, and rough hogs at $6 to
count of the illness of her husband. home in' Minnesota to join Captain sion demands and exemplify their $6.25. Packers, however, broke the ( '
I Armstrong, who I. chief engineer of specially prepared work. It was fur- market later 15 to 25c. Then they Are :Your:
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.00..0..0. . St. John's Guild will meet at the : the South Florida & Gulf railroad, ther agreed that Kissimmee Lodge would not bid over $6.60 for good '

'c : t Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. home of Mrs. Clay .Johnson 'next now being built from Kenansville to accept the invitation of the Kicsim- weight hogs that sold at $6.85 early ElectricLights
mee Rebekah lodge to hold a joint in- ''and finished : ;
inthis by buying their
E. Drought New Rivers SOtf Tuesday afternoon, December 7th at Bassenger county. They were hog at
t Building. 8 o'clock. All the ladies of the Epic- met here by Capt. Armstrong and stallation of the several officers of $6.26 to $6.60, mostly at $6.60 and Oat. of Fix?',
copal church are urged to attend. went with him to the railroad camp, the lodges for the ensuing term commencing I less.NATIONAL .
Table oilcloth at F. H. Lawson's.Sidney .
; where they' will spend several weks. January, 1916. J. H. Walker LIVE STOCKCOMMISSION 1

Pearce of Friends of Henry Partin of the Par- of Bassenger, a member of St. I CO. Call 'Otceola: Electric/Co.
Bassenger, spent
Cloud ,
County Engineer G. It. Ramsey, of lodge, paid a visit to the Kis- .
'.1.' several in the tin settlement east of the city, declare -
this
days city week. C. ,, .
shnmee GARDNERMgr.
that he is some rabbit hunter. Orange county has begun work upon lodge at the meeting of last COUNTY COMMISSIONERSTO ,;

,, Ed. Hogan of Loughman, was a They say that if you don't believe he the new concrete Orlando-Kissimmee bridges to be erectedon Joltiday.I MEET > ; ;.
visitor I in Kissimmee on Tuesday. is, u.t..k him about his latest experience. the highway. The board of county commissioners r'ura'andRepairing, :
Both are in the neighborhood of Taft will hold their
Y regular monthly meeting -
For your winter shoes call on Stan"ford : I and new are Taft In the drainage section included district.in Ar-the I PERSONS TO SHOW HIS number at the court of important house next matters Monday.A are. 11 f. B.ii O.A,:D 'wA t Y'" S k

the reliable shoe man. Winston Lawler who sper.tThankaai'VIng
,
with lids father,, the rangements were made some time ago expected to come before.the board. -
which the and XMAS TOYS NEXT WEEKGeorge
by county drainage district I
Rev. S. W. Lawler and family returned I
L. McLean ,
C. -
of Narcoossee, wasa .
the the
divide of
cost ,
visitor here on Monday. to his home in Fort Myers on Mon bridges.F. I -'c --;-... ,
day. Mrs. Lawler will remain for i 00089 O.O.O.O.O. ..O..O..O..
.
A. Lincoln of
formerly manager .sI .
,
Persons, he of Dollar Limit k ,
Comforts and blankets for these several days' visit '
the Manhattan hotel, and also for a
cool nights at F. IL Lawson's. time in of the Store: fame, was angry I A.wsARCLA; \';" "
charge dining loom of He tore His hair in He ;; . .

J. L. Chl well, of Bartow, spent "speed The the Rev.guest"Father dinner'on Ball enjoyed Monday a the week Graystone from a visit hotel,to returned Mount Dora this, rushed with into the dilated Valley like anguish.Gazette office .i,.'I' ,'r '_ ......4h". ...:.,.,...;.:. .'10.1, ,. .
in the \ "
Kissimmee. l'
Sunday last with H. E. Swabe1-at the BUou.I eyes fejlow ) ? ;' .
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/ where he has interests. Mr. Lincoln who in to the editor. . .. ."" '. ..
comes He
I I The occasion was the eve of Father will continue to reside in Kissimmec(; whip .ft.f.. .. .
andI .:..t
See the sport caps for boys was plainly worried. ...._... :, 11 J
Ball's departure for his new field of but has not decided his future "T" L..01 d E oriel ,
girls at Stanford's.J. labor on the east coast, Miami now business yet connections.Dr. : upon. - "What's asked. the matter, Geroge ?" hewas I I .pidl, D.I.-d Thai. Aay 0......S,...- J." .. ....".V.......'*, ,. '. ..;'",>I R..,\I' W'1',
being his headquarters.The -
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Huckeby, of Rosalie, spent Sun- A. II. Logan of the Bureau of "Matter, nothing"he said, "you fellows -1 .. I 1\ .
day in Kissimmee. Rev. S. W. Lawler and da gh- Animal Industry, 'J. S. Departmentof have got me in a peck of trouble.Of :- N v i tw/ePo/)\ 'M'.W
ter-in-law, Mrs. Winston Lawler, of Agriculture, who is located at the course, it's partly my fault. I i
W. E. Sa_r( of Birmingham, Ala., ort Myers, spent Wednesday in Or- Experiment Station at Gainesville, I told you-to advertise last week that I j! BREAKER & BARCLAY ( .r\;. ;: p 't
visitol in
was a Kissinunee Tuesday.' lando. Mr. Lawler went to Orlandoto was a visitor in the city this week. I would have my toys on display De- .. I ....:. ""' Ijf.Real .-""
examine who wishesto On tie visited tho cember1st. Because I had make ;
a young man, Tuesday Edgewater to 1 '
25% off on all jewelry at Redditt'sduring Estate and InsuranceWe '"- gji Ii .v-
i be licensed to preach in the Metho- Farms and \n Wednesday attendeda some shift of my stock to allow a dis- j . ". ; I
: the month of December. tf dist church. meeting Of farmere in the Par-' play' of the big line of Christmas I .;; ,.!! I.I tar'I, 61

G Gs tin settlement TiMsnieanied by B. E. goods I had bought, I was unable toget Kiastntnu., Fla,. '" ......"IT'' '
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G. Huppel, of Orlando, was a business 1- The'social committee of the Christian Evans, farm demonstrator for Osce ready and had to postpone my . ,, '. '. 'fIr'fo.... :
; visitor in the city Tuesday.W. : Endeavor at Union Center announce ola county.Ed. display i until next week. Well theO -'( ..(..r4/;:; rare'
a box social to be given _on I 1
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J. McClelland, of Rosalie, was Benford af,1.tC.n
the evening of December 10, to which a negro convicted in' I
visitor in the city Saturday. .. Oiiisln TIM Doss Net Affect The Has : 14 ,Or.'Ia
a they welcome I alL Ladies requested the criminal court of record at Or- \ :
I ,*,-... ol Ita tonic and laxative fleet. LAXA 'I jI
shirtwaists to bring wvll-fllled Itoxea. Music to lando and sentenced to serve ten TIVE BBOMO QUININE la better tl .a ordbtarf I I J. M.. coopER. CJ.n\ ...... 7 r .fMt
coven 'be furnished by the committee. rears for breaking into Orlando Dulnin* awl doe. not cane. Denc>aa_ not '"' t(', .iu. 't.t, .. -
homes with intent to commit a felony, arena In hea ti fc far tile iymBtBtw < R. w. ..... I o OaOVK.
E. Jordan of Rosalie, was a visitor Clark Pelton, Laramie, Wyom- was turned over to .Recruiting\ _Officer .., ..
ing, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. MeD. Green last Friday. He had - --
this week.
in Klssunmee '
i Sanip4Pelton, of Collins, been, held in the Osceola county jail fob ,: .' '1,1"- : .,,' '. ,., F"f"----? .. '
J Extira h4.y outtttg at F'.' IT.: Law ,vlWd Sunday,, spend' th* winter. tor'jtj* .keephn>* AcAl -*.6en?

i son's, 10 cents a yard. Kissimmee. They are well pleased lanced on account ofhe feeling . .
with the city and may decide to locate against him in Orlando. I' nn5.', ' ; 11
Julian Montsdoca, of Whittier, was here permanenely. ,'rX >
a visitor in Kissimme several days I Dr. S. S. Jones, a chiropractor: has '
this week. The ladies of the Christian church opened offices in the new Rivers '
will serve a chicken dinner Saturday building, and will beJn Kissimmee Invite Your Inspection of Our Ne
D. B. Brown, of St. Cloud, was a December 4th, in the Stanford block every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- : : ;
h i business visitor in the city on Tues near the Taylor grocery store. Everyone day. Dr. Jones is a graduate of the
t day. is invited. Conte and get a full Davenport, Iowa, Chiropractic School,
.
7.'S 7. chicken dinner beginning at 11:30: a. and has an office in Orlando where he .\' ," ,".,, . y{'
Randolph Young, of Kenansville, m., price 85 cents. has been successful. lie already ;
very
pent several day. here this week attending has several (
patients in Kisslnunee
.P to business matters. Mr. and Mrs, J. K. Singletary and and f'
- t who have been going to his office Up-To-Dafe

'., 'X Go to Redditt's Jewelry Store for children Kissimme, of. to Bradentown spend Thanksgiving, motored to there.' lie I.and a should young man make of a goodappearance success ,: . : 3fc;; : . ,1 ,

yur Christmas presents 26% off on with Mrs. Singletarys mother Mrs. here. ., .
all Jewelry during December. tf J. W. Miller, and his brother, GeorgeSingletary Ii'

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stone, of Minneapolis and family. H. G. Seiver, the-local enl estate s

Minn., arrived Tuesday to The Baptist ladies will hold a Dollar dealer, was arrested last Sunday on '
spend several days in Kissimmee. Limit Bazaar in the Miller build- a charge of passing a worthless draft. -
ing next door to the postoffice, today. The arrest was made on a warrant Exclusive ShoeSt re : \
I Joseph W. White, of Adrian, Mich., Many fancy and useful articles, cake, issued in Jacksonville and sworn to : ,
arrived in Kissimmee last Saturdayto candy, nuts and jellies will be on sale. be the manager of an automobile gar-
spend several days. Nothing will be sold for more than age there. The matter was straightened
out late in the day by a tele-
dollar. .
for Household use forsale one ,
Old
paper phone conversation between the man- ;

at the Valley Gazette office, 20 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reese, of Orlando ager of,, the garage and E. C. Bryan Come in Get Acquainted Look 'QuaStock \
andMr. ,
cents a hundred. tf spent Sunday with friends and I of the Bryan Realty company, : :

relatives in Kissimmee. Mr. Reese Is Sever. '" was released. from custody.A Over. If see a shoe here .. it 'is m./lt. l): :
of Washington
Mrs. L. Burroughs, the talented editor of the Orlando Re- I you ,. '.
I.
D.'C. was in the city Monday en building being erected just .- .
and <
porter-Star formerly was connected "
route to .St.) Cloud to spend the win-: with the Valley Gazette.Mr. across the railroad tracks directly in e. .C. .ekj.<; '
ter. the rear of the Kate store corner for- ,,. .-. p'I
and Mrs. Frank Deni.. of Tam- the use of the Texas Oil company, I

"day C. and Klock Monday, of St. Cloud in Kissimmee spntSun on pa home, were after in the a visit qty: Saturday with relative.en route in here.which W.will C.soon Smith open, a representativeof for business ,. We specialize in, Correct Fitting Style f7:a' I---- :

business.You Narcoossee. Both Mr. mad. Mrs. Denig the company, is in the city aran.- ....
I. IIOld 1n the were formerly residents. Kissimme ing for the opening of the new con'cern and Good AU-Leather Shoes. All the\' I
get the best meats and have friends here. and 'it Is likely 'that a local man Right 't---, R
city at the City Market. G$_' it a many will be chosen as manager. The new < r., ,
trial.. Phone 44. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tilli. and children concern will)) be ready for business Prices.I.; '1 4 1''''' '

of Tampa, were guests of Mr. within a few days. .d: ..''t.' ,!
Randolph
H. C. Bedman and J. H. .t- b.O..Jfi ,.
and Mrs. Ernest Green Sunday. Mrs.Tillis
of Leesburg, were visitors in the city Mrs. S. J. Addis celebrated hereightysixth .'f" \ "

Tuesday.W. and the Is children were of Mr.en Green.route home She her homeon birthday Main street anniversary Monday.at Also carry the Famous Rockwood;: Br $ }: : 1 *

A. Smith, Lee Jarrell and How- after spending several month. withrelatives Mrs. Add> U one of the oldest residents -
in St. I of for Men and Women
ard Katz were business visitors in met in Jacksonville Louis.They by Mr. Tillis.were of Kissimmee and tells many Hosiery in rile"IVs" w';
Tamp on Tuesday. stories of the early) days here. She

f t New shoes for men, women and Miss Irene Hilliard; daughter of I stated an' her eighty-sixth, birthdaythat and Latest Shades. \ 1 ; '1...

styles and good fitters Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, of Hil- she expected to live to pass the '... '' '.:
children; ,new mark. She tobe in ...... or' ''IIf.
liard'a Island, has returned from a century appears .. ..'.,f" ,
at the H. C. Stanford Company. visit of several months with. Mrs. 'good health and in the possession of is ., ';

1\\ Lee Jarrell returned Wednesday Walker Green, of Shiloh, N. C. She all her faculties. She. an inveterate It Our Intention to Make This Store' ... :
reader and has of the finest libraries
ness.from Arcadia. where he went on busi was and accompanied children, who home will by spend'{ Mrs.! Green partof in the city one the Most Modern and. Up-To-Date Store in ':' : '

the winter visiting with the Hil }: ,i
The friends of Miss Alys {
,
many
W. Gould, of .
Mr. ana Mrs. George liard family.Mr. the State. -K.
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Johnston, who graduated from the &; \ ''
several -
spending
J. '
Montclair N. are and Mrs. J. K. Hilliard. Mr. and Kissimmee high school in 1914, will 'Y
days in Kissimmee. They are :' li! h{ # 4'iw" I'ti''
.0 be pleased to learn of her success ,
Manhattan hotel Mrs. A. D. Story, Aaron Story, Mr. -
"l't'. guests at the and Mrs. Asa Middlebrook, Mrs. Wal- since leaving here. Soon after returning '- Watch Our Windows for the LatesVln4Footwear. : \-,1: :- x ;
'Mrs. T. A. Hughey of Hilliard's ker Green and baby and James Hil to her home in Portsmouth, ;
ill hospital in Orlando returned to their homes at 0., she obtained a position inthe ' ", :
Island, who is at a liard have #""'\ .//to; :l"'dt
is reported to be improvingrapidly. Milliard's Island after a week's bunting high school there, where she taught' .? ,; "
j and camping trip to Wolf creek. with marked success until she' left Jt.-rt" ;. i:
V They brought back one deer and a to attend school at Boyd Hall, the ,"b. 44; 1' .. '".!
The H. C. Stanford Company has number of quail and wild turqeys. Ohio university at Athens, where\ she : .,',"" it! \oJ
1 received a new supply of Hole- has .been signally)) honored and Will REMEMBER THE PLACESMITH'S -'i' :
just A five>-room addition is being builtto soon be pledged in' the highest soro- l Jt
proof hosiery. the Westfall boarding house. This riety there, the Pi Beta Phi. She has o.nT> -rt.... : .
addition will)) add much to the Convenience several times been entertained at 4x* 0 .. .. ,
.. :.. Mrs. I, M. Farnsworth of Doland, and appearance of the place. Senator Grosvenor's, as well as inmany ; :: ":,:t:
r i South Dakota writes the Volley Gazette The work it being done by:Contractor t 1I:. ; that she will soon be in Kissimme Bass. The addition has long been SHOE STORE "
"t ,I to spend the winter. needed and Mrs. Westfall will no f. --- ( 'til t.: ihtM

'+! ", Sheriff' Ingram made a"'trip to Fort doubt find it a profitable I improve 'important' to Ot 1l. Growers .
.
.
' ,b t r// .Pierce returning last Saturday with ment. .On* MUlon Citrus, 'lre.-. -- '', -', .(.

V. r ; i.:, ; ,Jsam Salad__, who was wanted. .here on Robert ,Robotham, of Marysvhle{ t -, ,.'.1- 106 BROADWAY.C r ,""i,4MI. ., "r ,KISS. ::
1 a lib*! c L 1''&. winter visitor in-Xi. .
k Ohio regular -
u' i !f; a Write,postal today'for,, Valuable m-'< r1:' \t "Va; ' :: '
.
u '. ; /fld; ,ppertol office.1: \w\-) thsaley.. tf cated slrnmee at,',arrived the Osceola-hotel.Thursday ond Mr?"-Bo.lOot ;w"* t6" OtrtbTre; .*J;'Iafportanttto )t .i Osceola's Only;..Elxclusive'Shoe' Store' ,*
.t .v, .ItC&MUe! otham.1. great KUimm boOatefanllYII you whetb you Hyish ,to \*t -., ,' -.ii. ..., . . r
: u.
: F DeCotteIJ ofCtis that a number of OMopoople not' Largest'Citrus Koiierl 'Ii ..' h, J.I ,.' _,
'., sa o buy or .... .. . ...,, .+ ... ',.tiorC 1',1 "... ,,4, .
4BsAnfoorrdrn ; .Ito!. e:Ct: ) are.coming here this-winter.. H *..,. In/ to JtlDdtJ'W' '> "I" H !" I'.It _. #. ;r. ,' ' . t. ''''''i'\

.' week ..hrpI Won dMt. .. that .1he"grouid'wane.eoveredwith: .. ? "! "
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. 'cuit ooart. ', :, .. Or' 'D01f.wbeD',b.'left his hom..dty. ... N- e' '"II. !P J'1 "

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IIAIUJ&ATe famrfy, and the community in general; : ::+ 'OOO"OOO""O""O' -. "-" r +t r

: example in crop production under .OO'O"OOO'O'O04".OOO'OOO.'O""O' O" " . ''


d : ..I M'OK'; FARMING modern. ((2)) To scientific prove to methods the boy, his father Theodore DeschnerGUNSMITH:

, and the community generally that I I Trap and Field I, :;

.> there is more in the soil than the ,S ,
farmer has of
ever gotten out it; to

..... tinvelifcom! c! Page 6)) inspire the boy with the lovo of the I OOt" 04" OOttooooooot... Just received some new' ., :

,J'' s both In material success land by showing him how he can get 4&4*<&M4&i6&4>+ &4ie&i**&&&+*&4&+&4i*&&++&&4++4+O++&QTIlAPSnOOTINNG + r A ', ,'
and
> : wealth out of it by tilling it in a Guns Ammunition
'aervicq to.mankind
.J.; ;, chiefly'ormer. better way and keeping an expense "special trophy" will be awarded to

4 times account of his undertaking. MOVES SOUTHWARD the runner up in the section containiur It will pay :you to inTe
fanning
1! ?.simple business. The was farmer a ((3)) To give the boys definite', Wdr-1 I I' With the coming of winter and the"feel" I said winner. Each contestantwill I ,

'\ neiaoil until it was exhausted thy purposes at an important period of .KNOW in the air the ardent' of course shoot from his handicap I tig-ate thisCor. '

to be moved to in hteir liven and to stimulate ui "gun bug" has packed his shooting position irrespective of which sec I .,
new and
k'' i: virgin land ''irons I Ith end Florida AVMMM
and is hieing' himself to tion he shoots
;;. .'the increase of friendly rivalry among them. newer in.
population the .
t J 1; .::-, :Rtet. unoccupied land decreased ((4)) To furnish an actual Held example 1 leldx of onquopt Already (the winter I I The winners of "special trophies"Ion Dupontfor ST. CLOUD FLORIDA ::0-
t ana, virgin l in resorts are awakening and a season I the I'lnehurnt Mid-winter Prelimi-
x Boil crop production that will he
i ,inaccessible. grew correspondingly of (rood, spoil at the traps looks :I handicap will not be r .
., useful U rural school teachers in vitalilmg i- nary eligible to Ducks ----- ------ S r _
S 1t',4 1 'LTben.,, the,:'era of ROil fertilization, theoik of the school) and !piomisinglakiwood. win one of the 'Vpecial trophies" on ,
i I ,"", &nr' larking forward corri'liitmg the' of I I N J., is. the scene of the the* PincliQiRt' Mid winter Handicap. '
a step in the teaching ufrntultuic duck season' here. The
r :?4 i'o.r/!. /J6;' artanel, science of u ncultuiv The with actual practice i /f'ist bii/ competition. ", and the. mniagemi '- I I''In other words( one man cannot win THE)'/ arclilack with tl..etool I IRA BEST \
it of the
I.HUJC! House
l f Can<; .In. I '
: trophies.
.', i Jt: tjfn.r.waa compelled to know some. "COli'I to k ,Sfli'l'tC'd fell, the- (It list has dr-cidcd.. 1 Ieceni, 11 ber, UK and l\l\ "pf'cf httoino game:' hirds. TI..r."s ,I .
( 101;,!tus4t;, ;t f.tbehtng, about, the soil and what should} 1 demon1rat! lic-cmise it ,is H plant I as the dates. upon fur the mid winter tout I The grounds wilT he open for prac- plenty ion nil Got your Runrciulv Architect and Builder
'j> t"it if he would restore i it than tic tncmid 1 swc-epHtake shooting on all 11 nun u true< and
t .:. -r. ,to'it cat prntitahlv produced I inincist / !III'lIn"t. The I afTan will, I Il an invitu vour a
wanted fertility. sections of the United, States. tion' .shoot id clays picvioii1to January 17. The interstate your lurul's dependable )'ou'U get ESTIMATES FURNISHED '
a a most( attiaitive
-4 E((1 ,;,,,. 1.,1 I *n,.former days, moreover, the far I 'I ho l boys. throughout, the countrhar > has iK-en Minifi-d for" the visit{piotrtuni Association Trapshooting }our nlmrcSMOKELESS'. I 4t.6IP 4O3 VERONA ST. ,.
; ''. ) 't\ merconsumed; practically all hepro! ccniimon knowli'dgt of it from child rules will govern all ponits not other- [

,"'' ;,''',' 'I! ;f' : duced.: '' Ills object in farming wits to'I' hond and the lessons .seem (.a"\.. lbr I I ling' practice.trapshootcis dav, and l PI"'l'rnb'r" 'a i 100targetevent 1 il will I i,I \t Ise provided! for. @POID I -- ,,
: tPhA, Produce ''
r, f j.;,';? htmaelf': the necensaries of life for Corn yields. more- food tc> the nc.Cc- inmost i. .scheduled! The lint day') s The emulations will he: No guns \ DR. J. A. TROVILLZON "
f fi1,4\, :/lhJ him. and those de modernsans n sections of t the t'nitecl' Prates program (calls for 1M) Imijs. the last 'larger than \12 gauge' al'owed' Weight' I SHOTGUN POWDERS

I i' : ,', :f Markets in the e when properlhandlckd.. than an> othcr ]100( tllll'I" of which will decide the of guns unlimited. Black powder bar i| Dw..nt Ba li.*;,. Specialist! in
" '0'', f ,'Wel'e..unknown.' The money value of !rain cicip' Food! for men und amnials 1 akowood c. The I lakewood 1 I''d. Tariret will be thrown about 60 CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS "
hampionship
b' ; L ; rwhat he produced was not to him the is one of the first neccii'VitHts\ I Handicap, Championship will lie vat-els. The standard bore of the gun I -or..tit t:' hi nnwdtTi.,;:, it* su.d tlmlwiti I rxMiil* am Hulk. ,.01 H, I h,d<'but tiwHI Cure them without cuttingthem

.r: : rM'S. '' /Prim, ha'used* consideration. The implements
,y. ,E ,; i ft. were few and primitive pro- lent item The growing of mon and 1 1h..Her If.U-bird/ In addition to all contestants will be handicapped on n u F on' 1'm.den ill I rlmii r m a>% ORLANDO FLORIDA
4 ,, ':" y, ducts jfor the most part, of hm. own corn in the South 'necessary. I the Option program that huHHi Contestants using of 01 AIIIITI;HII fliiMitnm, nr, ,undI.r: : .*HiLnminrtl 3.'i-6mo: )
, Sweepstakes, there will he (runs
fl I, ;, 'f ,,han".:. | .h. .1U or mild in bunt ul jour
J for form'Rr.art
t 1 better farm conditions! It ijrIadded: ( / in attractive smaller bore must stand on the mark dealer

tM. i r :! "J.-Y' \. ''.t.. been-changed.?:'Ini'fthe; 20th century all this has of a proper rotation for soils Following] close on the pries.heels of this allotted to them. II I a ft rite ior booklet I .

"'f.' i t '0"" '. .Mewed'aa a kind Today of factory the farm and the i extended and, will live-stock furnish teed for It amore meet comes I the announcement of hte I! There will be no practice shooting [.l.riu. P.nt 4.. N.m.C.m..l' '
industry I'inehurht North Carolina Gun; Club '!I allowed before l the regular scheduled is. BULLOCK
:4.4 I .'","* fftharmeraa a. business man engaged i in is the lounuutiotf'cmp for home use* and its Ninth Annual Mid-winterHandicap events are shot each day, nor will Wi'ntinat.n) Dl.w.righ . .
; of goods to be sold 1 in '
most of the southern states lt ,
> there be
,l: .l .' ;' ,i. ':' for: cash Target Tournament to heheld any preliminary events shot
on a
competitive market. I
more extensive' growth will
ciuoiirtraedi at Pinehurst from !
I 1' January 17 I,
He up
must
'.k that for whiti prwifioation" .
produce to and including the 20th. REAL ESTATE (
l
'.t ii4; there is a demand otherwise he I
i ran Application cards "III'n l This latter event is one of the most.

44 t :' J ,not maintain-dispose the of fertility his (foods of the lie must your county superintendent and you popular meets in the list of the many r INSURANCEExamination
soil y
J Otherwise can secure them from him or I will that are held in the south and many ,
1 the of his
will output factory be glad to supply you with I them handsome trophies, as well as money
4, diminish, he must use modern, I In prizes have been' arranged I of Titles
np.to-date machinery else he cannot order 0 be' eligible' for membership a
,t51 meet'the prices of the market the boy must !I.., between 10 and There will, be four "special. tro- .
open M.
f JJ t ;For m like reason he .must steadfast 18 years of age agree to study the phies" for each the I'mehurst I'relimi-I Specialty.

1 j ;: ly: Improve the quality of the goods literature sent to him, keep an ac- nary Mid-winter Handicap and the r in Price-Sometimes
,he produces whether of animal curate cost record do all the work onone Pinehurst Mid-winter Handicap
P or acre himself and exhibit 10 ears The field' will be' divided into four Correspondence Solicited.
he must seek
to reduce
4 the'.easuaities. of his business, such of corn at anual meeting cial equal sections", as there are four "spe Higher iaQuality Always
the
trophies, viz: scores made by
M result from droughts excessivexcessiTe Prizes are awarded on the follow1-
Q,S moisture and diseases in- ing basis: each amateur shooter or the first 1 600 till Robert Riedel I

't? t ddent to animals and crops; and as f in Greatest yield per acre, 30 per cent. gram sixteen-yard for the targets first and(the second full days pro-, RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about CARPENTER AND
CABINET
'all
ot.berlline.! of manufacture, the Best exhibit of 10 ears, 20 per cent. SHOP
and the 100 of the third
'i cost of j production must be maintained Best written account, showing history day's pro- FAVORITE FERTILIZERSThey Window and
of Door Scram
the
3' gram) will be tabulated
program Repair
at a minimum. In short of the 20 cent.
he must crop per
produce. at a profit otherwise he la Best showing of profit on investment in the order in which the shooters know and can testify as to THEIR sad Cabinet Work.
4 finished i i.
bon in ....n. based the commercial e., the highest score
Phonee
on price e QUAUTY THEIR : Shop 216 Residence
+t 't'. ,To,, first, and so on down. The scores will SOLUBILITY LASTING ; 237
insure of
the perpetuity of an in corn. 30 per cent. Darlinrton AYe. Near
Freight
; t' e" . telligent agriculture for the genera "It' is believed that the Boys' Co see- QUALITIES and GENERAL ADAPTABILITY Depot -

c ? won of'our people who shall inherit Club work should be
progressive and
there should be
*
itt and till one score over an to FLORIDA SOILS
tit
e I.. Ood-glrvn of
acres our na- plans are now under considerationfor
: tloa.U equal division, it will be added to the :
S rb mss an inevitable duty of further systematizing this branchof fourth section if two the fourth' ' C. F. THRASHER
l the ; over | Sprcial Formula"
( for All Florida
atata nd nation to educate i itsTooths our work. We feel confident thatthe and Crop
third
of
) sections; three over thee SHEE.7 METAL
c in"' t I ls newest science and oldest boys may easily be taught th fourth third and second sections. WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS WORKER
art.., value of rotation of in build Metal Roof. Pat
; crops Furthermore if after setting off on and
r "),Vbe .considers, that there will ing soil and that the Gaaran .
up importance the above sections, it is found that it -: .d
1 for greater of of soil I I AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS. lNSECI1aDf3CALOMEL
quantity ajriral building may be illustrated to leaves two tie scores one on each 'PHONE 149R
r products as the population them through simple demonstrationsin side of the dividing \line then both i KISSIMMCE. FLA.DR. .

v, : i 1r Dearth increases, and that, with corn-club work. The boy who can scores are to be placed in the -
upper
(- at. of time, agricultural pro"may take poor land and make the great section. This will also apply if thereare INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER "-
Co.
'
be produced with in'dlifieulty est in y W. W.
ever improvement its fertility and more than two tie scores' on each S ,aI CARSON .
r,1, SrVS the future impor- productiveness at the least expenditure )- side 'the Jacksonville
45 S' of dividing line, or in each' Fla.
: k ..ofthis subject may be more of time and money should be en section, providing the number of ties DENTIST _

t Understood. One illustration titled to greatest credit. As soon a scores on each side of the dividing I I Office over
? .p y <>W,this fact very clearly. Dur- the details can be work Pilley Building
t Rerfectedthis line, or in each section, are equal. Incase Omce Hour. 1-11
of 1-6
put history this will
be taken
country
011'1"
up. 'Phone
5' d the division comes tie'' Ui R".ld.nc
'ation has, on the average, "The object of the boys' demonstration among Gas Admlnl.t..r..d, 'I'hone I'
and shows for Kuraotlon:
'r +k every 26* years. This multi 'Work is the same as that among scores section then all said a majority tie scores in to Q1\e'go !' WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP Teeth of

i list"be-fed' Clothed and shelter the men, viz.: to secure the adoptionof into the section containing the said
the;, producta' of the same area better methods of farming and maionty
Sr e 'nov possess, There can be greater yields at less cost. of T. M. RIVERS.
Many I M. D.
I .141 The above sections will be set off
ti 6 ii*Iy.agriculture Without a the boys in the clubs who begin to based on the first 500 targets of the MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
r agriculture. The conservarthe study agriculture in this wayy will Whether shooter PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1\
not
1 fertility, of the soil implies continue the study in the agricultural I er program., shooters, do, or or do not any shoot the- 1 Office over Osceola Pharmacy

}III plication' of scientific mthodsanel colleges; others will continue such two handicap events will have phon. Residence (I
ef-I no
f ) }animal production. forts on their farms and all of Office' 141
bearing on these sections. "Didson'j Liver Tom" Is Harmless To Here's my guarantn--(7o to drug
any
t- y 's r,,.the advancement of ciyilisociety will make more useful and more I ,
y ; za- effi-// None of the "special trophies" on tore\ and pet a1(1( cent bottle of Dod- -
t :. grow. Increa.inarlY'com- cient citizens. From the pleasant ((the Pinehurst Preliminary Midwinter Clean Yonr! Sluggish liver aon'a Liver 'lone Take a spoonful and t

t '". iconomlc considerations necesM profitable experience of owning and Handicap will be given to the winner if it doesn't straighten you right up GEO. F. PARKER .1'
t tV r division of labor on every managing their small plats they will 1 of the Pinehurst Preliminary and Bowels. and make you feel fine and vigorous I ATTORNEV-AT-LAW

'.' The farmer. today must feed develop Into independent intelligent I Mid-winter Handicap Trophy, but the want you to go back to the More and

t' rid. '. Jo modern socletv Individi farmers _The .country! neeha a citizenship _______ _ _ _ Ugh I Calomel makes you sick. It' gM your money. Uodaon's Liver Tons Collections and Conveyances r 1
increasing' numbers producer ana such a lire offers, and for u Ud horrible! 'Jake Rose of the dangerous in destroying tile sale of calomel because ,\

r, ;f, --t ;derived from the farm. Evdtls' some years will offer, great opportunities. MANY SEE MIRACLESIN drug tonight! and tomorrow you may low it it real liver medicine; entirely! vegetable Scedalttes

Mir within a few days of star- The professions are crowded, a ilax'n work. therefore it can not salivate or lit 1-1 Broadway .
e- v'i' Ld' The state looks to the farmer and the wage earners. must pay high l'alumcl;, is. mercury or quiekyilver make you auk

.uppl1ts'Isteadily 1 growing non- prices for the necessities of life. The GEORGIASufferers t' I" I Ii, eaou' .a necrosis 01 tiiealniiiil 1M...,. 1 guarantee that one spoonful of Dod O. F. KRIBB3

j pol; >ulaUon
' r' e jrowth'f'population' the ex- I health, wealth and contentment. I u .ith Koiir lnlf, crashes into it, breaking I liter to work and clean your bowels of KRIBBS & STEED

of the natural fertility of the Success; in this work is good training Rescued Swiftly After Hope i t' nt.| .. 'II 1 IIIH, 'IH when you feel\ that awfulnaii that sour bile and constipated. wrnjit.
; tiand I for !usefulness in anv line. The Had Faded and Long Treatments .. a arid <"I&III"inl If are Blutfanil ATTORNEYS
5N-5- 45 ,' the!' Increase in,.tha standard quos you Mlnch is closing your system' and making AT LAW
i 'tion is, how man boys can be' reached Failed. I gush Sail, knocked out," if your feel miserable
+ you I thata
r a (ivinff engendered by an advancing guarantee
s
Isatio ,''.combloe to jnorease the and influenced' thus to succeed" Sufferers ail over the state of Gear liver IK torpid and bowels coimtipiUdor bottle of IVKtxon's Liver Tune will Legal business of all kinds given. -
The an/swer/ to this question lies \ have found you have heiMl&che, di xinea. .., coated
of' JThe high cost ofmnr a ready deliverance keep your entire family feeling line for prompt attention.
( { : subebtx.r largely in hands as it is to frOm the ills of ton "iit*. if l breath in bed or stomach sour, months
ir , ., ld problem.. Hut your YOU stomach troubles peculiarly Give it to your children It i. Offices 11 and 12 stale Dank
'' : ,; scientifically:lftied yeomanry can that the pupil looks for instructionand common in the south. ju..t try u HM>onful of harmleui. IVMiiion' harmless; dueau't gripe and they like i lUpleaaaot Klsslmniee, Florida.Pat BId.

x ra tit uce' the-' 'fSrtrom the sou, re- help. R marlbllieslories: of health reframed 'I 1 ivcr Tone tonight on my guarantee tasta.

//q 1 'Gdnl' 'at .' ime time the cost of Therefore', I ask you io remember are told :by: hundreds who have .- _
that the emancipation' of the Individual I -- r --- -
.. used
4 ... Mayr's Wonderful Kemedy. It r :Johnston
i 1 :: product- and society from w-ant with a P. OarrcM .
iidyard,'iipling IInvs, economic 1t..11 .t.lnedy a record. The
r F; sate st blessing whenCth4nds4 must come from the application) im done is always proof to any first j Eugene. C. Bryan. Pres. A. h. Bryan. Vice Pres. j. L. Barber Su'y.lr_. JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
no earthly science to the production of the ne-' sufferer who tries it. It is i

ceesurias of life. 'I he" day .>>f Ihja I 'rulq. liarsare what two users say: /' '

is ;, ''tt .. t H udey'; Aid! .Science and litera- of the thumb in agriculture ns in VREV. .J-l'c"IWELL: Statesboro Ga. I' Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citisens Bank .

4g 'j.'' t'ture are not twrf things, but two sides medicine engineering, architecture 'I just steeped the operatyig table. Building I

; ; ,'.f.the same thins:," and other departures of human en- Now' i dnr feat what I pleafle. I would Klmlmin*, Fla.
; ", .if' i i The,essential reason for the organi- deavor i is past. In no occupation can be glad if everybody suffering with J
: \ '. applied science achieve grander results stomach trouble could learn of
?t a 'ii' t atton>t StSMfrictthural high ecbools your
J
':U and colleges wa the fact that our that In ajmcultura andto .t the ? T7iefly.: I
t t ,. agricultural student life in 'all its "SALISTA THOMAS, 66 La FranceSt.
nlvrsitieBttrly failed to DR.
t, [ recog- M. J. HICKS
Y 7' t, Rise the'.'woptferfdl .advances that! moresser to baye.".jt' fwllers and ., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
mea'f1inll'.r
hid ef loftierand
.40 Co"" were being- made I in and ous I remedy five weeks. It has done me PHYSICIAN
Americana more sacred significance.\ much good. I feel like I hardly !know and SURGEON
..trthe. demand by the P e ; .' on Broadway, Kissimmee,
My n. for induatriaK docatlon and training. ; my strength-mY appetite is fine"Mayr's Office State Bank
1 i WAR ANDAssuming 1itltic rREIrr1- Building
t, ; \ .I. Becogniilng1, Heed of some practical Wonderful Remedy gives Opposite Graystone Hotel Phcn.: Office' 41
t Vtl. ; 4' form of agricultural tiaining; for an air of sage Import- permanent results for stomach liver R..aldnc. 40

,f\\*- !th.'boyg.tbe'U..S.;: Dept. of Agrricultura ance the fat plumber ejacjula-venis, and intestinal ailments. Eat as much I
e known the and whatever like. No distress
f o *raised what is as you more -
"War is a necessity.
:t 'J" *, jOemonatration Work." which after eating, pressure of gas in J

t't 1..Boy:,,;. I U a part of the system of agricultural "Pooh! How do you make that the stomach, and around the heart. i J. W. THOMPSON

\V/'.', It. the farm.. out'" demanded 1 the thin carpenter Get one bottle of your druggist now Orange Grove., Timber I lands We Pay Taxes for Non-resi- FUNERAL
S follow DIRECTORand
f t of the ob-
I \ f 'Tbe' Sr. same depreciating according to the and try it on an absolute guaranteeif Cask Ran<'-. ountry and idents and Act as Owner's
.
t ft: s, : f ri In.Yi.w.U.-gefora 'the boy, the Youngstown Telegram. I not satisfactory money will be re City Property AC*' Is for Rental Property
( ,
: P'J'o..p
.t't.. ,. ?, : "< t' ) "Did you read that Edison Is goingto funded. I t LICENSED EMBALMER
I
..:< ;, .1( ,.' devote his energies to American ,
II IIND. 'BTOMACH.TBOUBCB. - I Store and Chapel
Stewart
protective measures In time of ?" AYe.KI."mm. .
war
tJ'; ! ,.; j ; f'i: I "Yep. What of that" .., Fla.
i' i ,;.:, f '\ "f vii- "That "

.4t {J: l' y' Papt0'a ':DIa-....." Makea Sick, Soar "Ho'fP'"proves my contention.

: (1' '''t'6wt' > t.ratb-any feel AM NOTICE P. A. Vans A..n.w .
I/'i :i.' s "War makes Invention lIecessary.doean't w. B. era....*
; ,!I if< }- .. :aYe wlaute.Kt It'" VANS AGNEW

.} , j); r.f If wba4''yoU:J wt,. to .souring SI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW& CRAWFORD

, ;I f ay'stcsnacb'otIS4. like a lump oft suppose so. TO THE PEOPLE OF
\1 KISSIMMEE AND VICINITY Offices
+ ; belch "And necessity is the mother of invention. : 3-4-6-6 Citicenj Bank
,' I" 1eacI,' talag'tc'dlgeat or you ..
i 0(. ." Building
f:'!! rJ;, r f I t.../ ancIi,uvc "tofi.It' ,, .ndlg-.stod "Huhl""Therefore 1 On and after the lOth day of December XIlnuD.., n.,....
r or:1'): "a; :of.CU...... you caw get board at 11 1-2
(1 '
: fu war and necessity are .
ba4 taste
l:\tr; ,>\ f:' *' ''j/'' ". nausea, synonymous.." DARLINGTON AVENUE, UPSTAIRS: for $4.00 Per Week '
stomach-headache you
,
and
a; LEWIS
O'BRYAN
i,
,
ya' ,
q "; The thin carpenter Is still thlnk-
i -..' ga ". ...ct..uef..In Ave minutes. Die it a CASH, NO CREDIT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

...| to,, stomach trouble,foreverIayg. over. Waring Building

_w S -.1>';' *' fty>::.ennt caas ;,pf On. suit of soft green gabardinewas OPPOSITE MY MEAT MARKET .
store .
i from Mir drug elaborately trimmed with braid To DrIft Oat Malaria

5- 5 5M JD 'ye how not4r'roffer and button The suit was mad. red- Art Build V....... System
apt l
: !:lndfgesthrn, : JOE Take the old 8tsadar4 O&oVB'8 w
,,,,_ tot a"ygtomac6,.disorder ingota with abort bolero at the front. POWERS, ,' ASTBLBSa; chiU TONIC.;Yo know ..."

Women what you are 4akla .' a* the fonanla iI'N, *;'\
r : are now making nearly all
'lT r :tch ... printed M erery, libel, allowing it U '
; .' that"wlne,,used, inJFrance. ... ..o........ .. .. Ojlnlae aad. Iron' IA a to else ,form< ,
if\ '. '. ,. .. :.. ... ... .. . . ... . . . .. ... . . .. ... The Q' .| in. drirsti out malaria, U*

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,' I .O "O" " '' : ysars 'old', say 'be'U-wanted. : for the b
: O.PT ,
murder ,of James Kirlin at Rlrerton 1 ,
lf IMIMIMIIimillUIIIIJ, '. O. ODD BITS OF, NEWS '. in 1879, and'that he has boe a hooted I'I

LONG), ,WAITTED: COAT-" :. I For the ChildrenA O O animal for forty years.BlrminRham'AIs..Th.. 1
WOiiiW'or1d 01-' ; ; OO'OO' "O ' 'O..t: . '" ': '

The average woman Is more Interested three children .
In ber autumn coat suit.," '. Norrii'City, Ind.-Queer thing aN of_ Mr. and Mr. Hugh, : McCown KNOW*
although : > Price '1n?in. sometimes found In a. coal mine. Recently their !
than she la In evening frocks, Happy celebrated birthday rec ntly.
e Mr Norman.. Qalt, Future MI.t. .- a miner dug: out a piece of Lfllla "J '\
? fashionsfor Parade. Pauline eight; Josephine is eix. I ;:the I leading'
r, : Ibe changes ,In "er,' Y nkors Baby hlate which looked like a shoe-sole; ,W* carry all
.... of Summer Whit Heus.. should enable ber >n Mae Is.two year old. Each, was "
the latter .
even the sewing _on the edre aooear- born November 9th. varieties of, oJ"r ,
i to alter whatever she has If that ing perfectly. Not long ago another on. 1rVARM '
--- FIELD ANDGARDEN' ;1
,.i' la possible. In order that they miner found a perfectly former spinning -
social life of the top: made of slate. Kendallville, Ind.-Ai a protest SEEDS I'
ye'i meet the
may
I against the high cost of llvin, thirty- .
early fall when people come together men have formed an anti- h'ave'' been tested and '
nine young that '
I f
t .... It. Worth Tex. As the I
town again and one 1. trap was increasing
Iq girl club. The prospect for 't. ,
.speciallyadapted
-: to 'be. .4
clothe. sprung at the execution of C. A. Mey known
want Informal evening the number are excellent. The
ers, the hangman's noose completel"severed from to Florida'p( soil and
If no other kind. object of the club is to refrain '
teh head from Meyer's body.
Nothing Is settled here In tbe acquaintanceship with any young climate.T ;- v Ik I

: lady, or having- any association with
until
models
way of any clothes Stoughton, Wis.-Mrs. Sigrid Larson the female sex. Violation of the rule POULTRY FEED,
I are received from Parts so far as old talked for the first
95 ,
years are puniahable by a fine of $5.
,\ tbe winter Is concerned. I time over a telephone recently. Up to SUPPLIES "

/.' But some of the advance styles two months ago she was deaf, but her Miss Margaret Kerfoot, chief of the I INCUB.ATORS1Eic., t
are belted exactly at tbe walet hearing was restored to her suddenlv. .J -
division which fills and ships order PRA1TS
line. "all they were In the late CONKEY; ,:
: 1
to the post-offices throughout s
111.\ thief! The 64,000 i
spring; otTiern huve an exaggerated Chicago -"Stop MEDICINES
p '
'choed the anda the count ', has been wdrklng in the
r through hall
point In the fronts somewhat ? : aispn cry city
after tbe manner of an passer-by clutched the flying coattails Bureau of Engraving and Printing Write for catalogues.' 'and'
of Stephen McBeett. At the central '
Elizabethan !bodice with n flaring Weekly Price List. \
station Mrs Marie Alphon-
I police 1)r. cliff skilled bac- i
peplum attached and running a "
so testified that Me Belt became nervous

'I high at the sides. This Is a novelty I when they went to get a marriage leriologis 'm8 that the real cause E. A. MARTIN SEED:, CO, ,.;' r

and whether or not It will I license and started to run, and of "colds") a germ which is obliged : ,' ,

be repeated frequently one can that she called. "Stop thief!I" because I to live in atmosphere and tissues BoG East Bat Street

not tell. There are many women she knew if he got away she could I JACKSONVILLiJF1pum.: .

'*" to whom It will be very I never get him to the marrying point I( where there la no oxygen. .'I, C > ;

becoming. At least !It Is a decided again. I
There is deal of interest
what have a great "
1 change from we
C IMC. by Arnold O.ntb I Jena, LaBeniamirt Miller formerly taken in the delicate taffetas. .
,
had and there are rumors. that green .. t. .,I" -,,, .
( I marshal of Uivertori 111.
town ,
__ ..o..ur cALs It will usher In a variety of coats surrendered
that down to a point either < brim. \ When
run
? \ Miller who is nearly 80 buy
recently. ,
)Ira. Oalt will I be the future hostess FYI you -
In the front or back with high Y ,r'i
of Shadow Lawn, tbe betjitiful estate
side line. For the woman who "
at Elberou N. J., wblch bus been of, ,
hi over flay and- whose hips hare
BREAD
fered to tbe president .. a summer i
bom*. broadened the point will be good .
,
and the side shaping can be managed
It U understood that tbe president BEST i
AskfoiFtbe;
accordingly: to her require R. S. FLOYDDealer ;
consulted bill Rancee before deciding . 4 4We'makblt.'Ere'rj'rClloerieYlt
ments. *,**< t f- *w
to accept the offer of his New Jersey it* a.. :

friends He U truing to pay for tbe i-M't' 1"i-t I-J 1 M I. I I la I I 111 M, 1 Mil In . . ., .. .. ,
I" <>i +*SJSS "S n sssB' ?***l"4M *t11l 5.
house tbe same rental be paid for bill -OFAIRYLIKE ''
former summer borne In New Hamp ,'O 1.BAU=ER'l.l. :
Grain and .
sblre 'CREATION. Groceries Hay, Feed A ". ..... ..aMtsRY.r.

Shadow lAwn was built by James II. aD."'. & 4"IEMET.ER....""................. .
Carly of Long Branch In 1002 for John An Evening Frock With Many w Corner and Dakin Ave. .&Jit ..IJStrftt.z ....-. "' M ''
Broadway (
A. McCall. the Insurance company presIdent Points In Its Fashionable Fs\A>K :. ;'. ..... "... _a i. ..- '

at a coat. of more than S5OOOUO o Photo by American !*!- Annorlntlon\ . ._ r' '....

The house stands on a knoll about Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed va . .. ,
1 ,
I IBlU.UTIFUL Five hundred hollies anti ILl lIo IWJHand "
fifty feet above the level of the o<'ean. i .
# girls took part In the lmli.pnrntle
which Is leas \than a mile away. About 1 held recently at \otikerx, :S; Y And" to .. .JLLJR'b+rrw: ft

It are flfty-lwp qcres of .rolling and. make the event. of more than nximl Interent. . M' ." .. I .
wooded land benilfy y
of rare the parade was reviewed byOovecnor '
t {
Mrs Oalt has returned the calls of Whitman of New York slate . -- --.. | t..w.l '
the Cabinet ladles who called upon her I a. "7!' .
/ and Mrs Whitman The governor;: .. .
>of\\
call
Mrs. Lansing made a Immediately placed the crown of roses upon|' the bend Realty to.uabt'.aad; wold.ii" ,
of the ,
after the announcement engagement
of Mlaa Gladys Sutherland who was Lumber Co. "' u ,
May Houses rented.
as did Mrs. Lane who has enJoyed and then the '
the queen of tbe day I
with Taxes and Titles i
a personal acquaintance queen sot by the governor' side :while paid verified / I'

Mrs., Oalt for several year All the the procession went by-quite an honor 4' Wholesale and Retail Dealers In for non-residents. .-

Cabinet matron. In Washington haveDOW for a little miss of eight )'ears. Tbe t Fire. Life. and' Accident :r.auruace. .-;-
,, their respects to the future (
paid judges had a difficult task to select the 1
mistress tbe White House aa bare handsome YELLOW PINE LUMBER: :
winners so uniformly were
Indemnity Bond.. $
most of the women of the congresalonal
the little parader Tbe little girl here a
set already In town. prize. She Is,Miss Roth 4 and Laths -
pictured won a Shingles
One of tbe flrst of tbe congressional Ryder, and she rode lu a beautiful .. __ r4Q4000 .,
this compliment to tbe
matrons to pay

h president's bride-elect waa Mrs. Nicholas flower to represent decorated a seas.carriage hell. constructed 4' HOUSE "BILLS A SPECIALTY + ..OV .. ...........,. .
Lone worth on her' recent short visit w
'.
to Washington //3 J AH we ask isglet[ ns figure on year estimates. 4 ,1yai; w tC

Tbe suit which It Is understood that Js The kangaroo The Pipefish's bas always Pock.t.,seemed to Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.Kissimmee. w. QRJ.Fft :
Mrs Gait Intends to wear on the wed 4 ,

I. ding journey Is a striking model In dull i iJ hate the monopoly of that convenient ' '. ,
j it WRY of carrying Its halileo In a pouih. Phone 21 Ha !
chin rhln collar
green duvetyn with a *' I
t but it has been discovered that a Ash I Staple and Fancy' .
The of tbe
and cuffs of braver. top .
.l has (bo! same useful re< ei>tiicle. uhlih< i 11.11 ...
I coat Is cut to fit the flg-ure rather close v -. -rtt-e.. -ft-e.. -n, N .
.. -- \
It uses' for precisely the "limeJurl.I'\ 1- ,
t four i I
ty. There Is a flare measuring;
t yard and a half about the bottom of 3 Tbe plpeush. as It la called from the --- -- GROCERIESFree }t}:
9 s of Its has a pocket on theunderside d ,
the coat edged with a wide bond of Pi length jaws l'r.= 1 4;

... j 1 the beaver. Tbe coat buttons straight i iI of It. body nearly half its Delivery to 'all Par>> t;
t' ,.. lenejh. It la found in lie male Hal .
M down the front and is worn with avery k3 I only and \la tbe only port of Its body I I of the City;:'"" 'J I '
: simple slightly Bared Iklrt."I .
not covered with Urge flat plut8't.I The of the world > -;. < :
Tbe prettier of the two afternoon ,
"I, ; I which take the pliice of ncnlos", In Itsproteilhe eyes
frocks which Ilnltlniore In. contributingto '
armor '
the trousseau li I n model In 'r"I"| 't'e
I If u iilpell h Is tiiken I from (lie water
georgette and liiffptn of (the some rich and Its Jilllo ones Kh.iKen float. the I the who

dull green IIH I the milt The model pouch tl.oseim: either iniiiMo or dlslncllu are on man
I .1 j jA
shows n strong CMiliirm* Influeme The ..--l to hwlni away. Bill I If the fllll..rI 1 I
I skirt has Are nnnow flounces of tioptgeorgette '
pluol: 1 bitch In the wulcr attain/ H"
bunded In taffeta, flnelDialled >' I > sahib bnLInto .7 ,
t> I the little ones lmineillatf
and mounted. on n ('rnpel1II1..r. the |MKket'' There iiirlous lilt lr !

skirt There IN an underbodlce of taffeta I I reaturts have ,trela"IIMIIIIIIM\ to n-.<.
1JANCK nowx.An
flowered! In dull row, over' which A
I mid
to bold on to w>nvieed": pmenitlicnis ) SAVES
falls. a Chinese sleet pleas jacket of Iridescent overdress OUT a satin I '
<>!\en from being (art! 1(11 a\\ "Y b.i;
crape georgette exqulHlteljr einhrolderpd I underdieas of .p...nclil'lon' colored alt tln the tide. CCilFFEEis

In self colored beads Tie lower IB an exrrexMou of mi e\enlng' frock I t-. 4t ,

edge of the jacket Is cut with several I which when seen would not noon' lx Shut Your Eyes.

points which are weighted with tas forgotten The i>ol..lnB of n liutterllr I This la a funny little g"1111'. e t J"y'dby Perfect

eela of the green beads. There are bow of faintest pink' Illusion at the every one If one has fryer Mod I 11

sheer sleeves of crape to the model I back Kites\ the creation an ethereal I Is very amusing to find amtliliiK 1 will Ask Your Grocer -

I C quality which" It could not well otherwise your eyes shut or to guess dlstiiure I pAUSE for a moment, young man,

V.lv.t Blouses. hare obtained.. This frock flouu I First place a piece of paper on the ,I

Among the dressier blouses those In no unmistakable manner the passing; floor In front of you shut jour eyes:I give a thought to self. The

made of velvet are holding a very fad for the extremely wide skirt and take two steps backward I linn try tc

prominent place. A.. the material I la gain added. beauty and grace from Its walk to the paper and pick It lip.| Then i problems that confront you now, ,or .

very heavy It Is usually combined moderation. stick a pin In the wall about four feel Joe

+,}1, with chiffon, lace or georgette crape. up and try to pick it off blindfolded, I will a few years hence. E. _JohnstonCITY .
,
; In some Instances the velvet Is used Conundrums. Stand about four to six feet from the I '

to form bib effects. Other blouses are table. shut eyes and then try tu .
at a Ore an your
Why Is a steam enclue I
Look about -tbe men of affairs in country slate nation-
for tbe sleeves. Many It without kuotklng you yes, '
t all velvet except anomaly Because it works and play walk up to
chiffon blouses are trimmed with at tbe same time. against It. 1 in the world, are the men who started to say early ia life: ENGINEER '

bands of velvet In barinonlilng; or What word of Ore letters Is It. of Many other tricks may be devised tc I

;I contrasting" color. At any rate one's which two being removed, only one show bow much we depend on our I They bare the respect and confidence of the community.

I wardrobe will not -eomplete this sight
Kill remain? Stone. I Surveying andDrafting
I season unless one bas a blouse showing Why U a fly taller than moat men? Then look OH the other side.-at the fellows who rpead aH d j ."

,; some signs of velvet about It someI Because be stands over six feet without A Fighting Monkey I make-they may bare a rood time for a while bat what does tft Jr -
It
10 one of tbe Belgian regiments
; where. shoe or stockings personality reflect
I '
,
a perky little monkey mascot. says \>'
should a false friend never
Why
Made Esslsr. Home Notes of London "lie wean a '. .
Ironing Ironing day the Iron stand I* leave bis house? Because you might Jersey and cap and his wrinkled face A dollar or so deposited ia this bank will be Oe ',.,
If .
on look "find him out. :
V here to be found do not wasta In and Is very wise and cad He looks as 11 nucleus of an honorable, independent career* \1 iOIIIISQJ11
no When IM a man hospitable and a vV terse. fit '(i
time and patience hunting for It, but cheat at the same time? When betakes be could tell na far more than the II Make your beginning .o%*-today. Tour 4

use a block of wood In Its stead. Tb In. .- newspapers know about this terrible bank book will pay the way. F
for the Iron you war! He has been through some ol l
will surprise you
result Why'Is a divinity student like a mercban' ..
long. the and the
hot nearly twice as the hottest of fighting
Will keep be studies the prophet
? Because
block retains the beat while the men of his regiment are very proudof ) vft? VU>, 'I

The openwork Iron stand allow. It to es (profits). their mascot State Bankof ,, . .. Y'I

I cape. A bested brick will be found Boston. -- ..

l even hotter than the block. Tile following amusing garnets called Clam Blsqu '. -

To make Ironing less tiresome takea 'Boston" Any number of persons may Remove twenty-four soft shell clam Insurance that Insures;;... r\

rug or piece of carpet and fold It play; this game. Every one mast sit from sheila; chop and add to liquor; I Kissimmee ,

''x ,k twice thus making a pad to stand In a ring and then receive a number. then add one small sliced onion, two Protection that Protects k

upon. The feet will be less tired after One player Is put In the middle of the cloves, sprig of parsley and blade of Capital stockResawrcM ____________________________$100.00 :

Ironing a few hoars.. When,necessary I circle and blindfolded; then abe rails mace. simmer one-half boor. Scald I .>*** _,__________________-_______ 400,000.00Ofkers V --.>. . 'Wtf'. .....,f.-it.DAKIN '
clothes In a harry . ;!
,' to Iron some 'any two numbers, according to the one quart of milk and thicken with ::; r .

4'. and you have no time to dampen them cumbers In the game. The two person two tablespoonful of Cornstarch! diluted and Directors. \ .. ,
,
wringing a clean 0 '. I
told
with
two tablepoonfuU '
way try called should
in the usual whose number were "
'f k Turkish towel In lukewarm water. Change teat before throw who I is water. Cook In doable boiler tea mlnatee C. A. CARSON. Vest. J. M..I..EE. Vie Prest.M. "r
.
Tv' spread i over: th"ertlcl. yon ,botch to blindfolded casHcet( "to the'seats. U and."add clam. water" strained KATZ. 2nd Vke.Prast.. "' 11'. ,,. . AVENUE, i

M damp**' f0ll.up: tor,a.11aw mbautM'or the one In the' center'cana''Boeton/T: through-av doable thickness of cheese' KISSIMMEE :: '. ;FLORIDA ;'

wring.all !together and the moisture i every one should change their seats,; cloth. Season with salt and serve with ROMA THOMAS, Cashier :' \l '. .

? the towel wfll, make tile article: andthe-...., la ,ttit, Slant, 4Rp41dJXJ .whipped.cream;,sprinkle) with 'little. - \ r ,: .... '1 < C>'

4 Mal?.f or.tooalnsr it veryrtort floral to get a sat.I loleter coral.: '> I 01" ., "' t y I .

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GAZETTE 'FRIDAVDECEMBER. 3, 1915HMIMIM '

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f est 11M5 __ erssv... .t tiisas4ei. Tyler '1 1u\ *! Arscott' Tlck.1t
.... Ilerposdesl \Vmsoo.\Jr.. Kphrlam Wood AUlna A. may b. amended tram time to **" I r -
thee
. Sr cent omJilntorest'rato
. ', .P"jt' In thee getting of new business., %. r-psr quarterly"
: '. 'f" \Vylly,.and each of .2h nt be and theytare Or -as pro\'ld a by .law now or hereafter -

: JLetfalFAdvertiscments l Order .. .....h_..... hereby required 'to Appear to the enact.d. .. (Fot'tIe'past fsw .aroank, advertising paid by For, j
. q TO LL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNIIt bill of oo m pi an it .heretofore filed 'In A.....'capital ,J ''1
app.a..lnc IIJ. the ....O..IL Bill ef title cause, on or before the 17th day The amount of its Btoclcju. .. \ tnt for'th .jc

:CoiR: taint ndenta ftt..d herelnbelow. I" this o.u.named that are the of tT January 18 FURTHFJ'k 1111. ORDJBRBD That th intorltzH Tw.nty.FIVe shall be- ll"nd1r.d. 8hars,,.or most part on ''saving '.ent. (Th ,) P :an opening tip savings ac 4cut.

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..--' 'P mrmonm'< ageS whose are unknown residences to. .cltlsenshlpnd the ComIalnant. this eight' order oansecutlve be published weeks once In a KlselmmeeValley week for a .Any par value part or of all 100.00 of said each.capital stockmay raul is that not only more people JanvUe every day;, ;

..' and that relief ls sought In OamVtte, a newspapef pubMsbed .be payable either services In cash at a or Just In savings accounts now than they Just many .tr because of thee

fOOVR"-'O': COUNTY .nIDOIII. I hrT.t d suit against; them; In said county and .tate. valuation propertylabor to b. fixed or" by th. ncorporalors ever hal had before, but tee i. advertising' ' the banks ,doing no
t ...A:11.. Gr. F1.ORIDA THERERE ii*.'I RIJD! ThAt WITNKHH: fly hand and the seal of meeting . ,

.,1 .''It!' GaCBOLA._COUNTY- Lucia he married Osborne, and. and Lucia her Osborn.husband.and If she her Bald UI5. Court this loth. day of November.. called,. or Ton by; such this purpose director; and at a the Judgment > such a bid from the banks for this body knows. But what' wo do know'. '

; t' mmtmtm ml Hrwts: H..BrUreei husband, If she be married: Katherine. Circuit Court Seal) of such Incorporators of the clau.e.or dIr.c-of class of business that the adverslnt is this: ; 1
In each
: tl.. Is hereby riven to all wham Tlmpson and Lawrence Tlmpson. her J. L. OVKKflTRKKT.: ers specified '
.hall be regarded as I has take the
and M. C, Clerk Circuit Court this panaR-riiph begun t on If makes
VOone.rn.tht on husband and M. C. Osborne of such property. a man or woman a connection
; Ii} btuer A't; >. Itll lhhrlt"'pd, oshorn. MHO C. Osborne and Milo C t'Nr'ollCounty.. Florida. torn as to the value.hall. In the absence educations movement for the encouragement \
. i he Honorable .... M. Murphy. Judge Osborn and Katherine L.. Livingston I IIOr-KKK & MAItTIN labor or service .torKholdirs with us I I. because they
) M Court ae Judge of Probate for and her husband. If she be married andNathaniel CVmiplHlnnnt'ii HnII'hnre. 47j-81 of fraud;anil l ice nil conclusIve parties d.allnic upon: with the of thrift which is national in know that they would more at

& V Anal discharge as Administrator 1 C. nryan and N. e! NrvRnnd I capital ..lockiniiv b
"thorl..d like
Jt almost
.G_ tn. estate of Erwin H. Bridges, deceased Lucia M Townsend and Charles U IN CO I'It T OK COUNTY .IUUGE'I I l'ompA'1'h.liIssued' I and paid fur at such its acp. seems a par- home with us, or if they are sent

" ", ) and at the same time I will Townsend her husband and Mary AMore I STATIC OP Kl'OHIOA. i tin,.. ..... ,nnd upon such "..rm.u".1 adox the more the people who t
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present to ea.ld Court my; final account. and her hushnnd If sue I... Inr.1 .Uf( leOI.A (COUNT the Hoard of I>lrecis us by one our friends, we credit
'J': i-on.imons
'as Administrator of said estate and ask Moore and her husbnnd. I ns saVe better are business conditions -
--4", rled. and Mary A. dvtermlne and It may I..- IniniiHiil the that business the officers.
'-I! fvr their approval . Ir she !>.. married, \\' H More I. re ..1",... of Aaron Kee.l..ryf I INulloe I (t", (nn fioni. tlinito unfit bi*)'iind thi.n.MUM -. t

.>>_.t.1I August. In Mimie ii ,,,Watson I II> Moon. In hereby gIven to nilWhom\ i Htnli-il III tin- manner I..O\.1..d. generally.The But if that man or that woman is a
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4. AU. DROUOHT. "''HI Wai son l II More and Clmrli ,s II It Tuny conci'rn. that on the l( th davdf day I. gone when there is any
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_'5.1 i mo Admlnl.trator. Hr.I ...... Siho I and t Ie..V are ii... ..liv re- b>biuary.' A' I> lf> \ 1 h'.1J.J'.I'! ; VI stranger who "just happens" into our
milted lo I"- and nppenr to the Hill\ ofComplaint in the Hortorfsblr' ' T M. .r" I I \r li-le 4. . argument as whether advertising
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ORD.NANCE I I I "led I I In the snlil I cnusi 'In of scud' Court. an Jud I I the Ci.lllt ,iifnreHllId on or I.. top' Moil nvv flnnl fllHchartsTf HH Ad"lnINlr..lnr( oft ..I.." ,hv I UK inipiiiale; name. 'piipiturlli'l ,I pays or not. It does pay and it pays

,. Pf (ORn.NANclD----rn nll" TI U TIIJIIjDR..U .t..\.. 11",3.1 ili, ) of Jiinnart., A 1 li l >91> It. In* < State of Aaron Ki...stcurv.) decuaNd .0I1c. ictiti I. It, t'atn( icel'lc.tUaii. % big hut that is a long from advertiVJng.And .
OK AMMAI.X 1'ltllOI. till ..lh"'W'M"' tic.- Kiilil KIM i'f Compliilnl. I. nn] (hid t nt I that time I will pr-fiHcnt \ <. IW I ways
_ THE MTHKHTN: OK TIIK ('IT, will In .1 ". C''M' or' I I" ,:> "; I a I"." >"> ,to scud Con rt tnv final a ceo until an Tin. liiislnins "I tin. ..iirpurnllon .hnllI. I.a that all advertising always bank advertising pays.-Flor
K1HBIMMKK, KIX>HII>A. U"'I ,-..,"r. Km il I HKlllli' the Hilld IteHpoml-. \"ml"I".lur, of said estate' and auk I I... ..Itclcic i.l, I- a /I'n-slilen 'ti 'I..'. I 'inj TimesUnion.
''nl CIT f or 'h"r l 1 hi ppi oftl | I'c i cchieit.. ct i't ..tfli 5' Rut1 T""H., pays. Its, just question\ of whetherthe
;'B.- It ordainedhytho Council of IS ri-HTIIKH liUIHCUMll: That I I lilted 1 A"". 2nd. A P I *Ifi .. ".1 di |1t..1. "f I liln-iliiis. ('Oii..l"llim I Bd eHi8cr is paying for his ad-
: of Klaslmmee. Klorldii., that. 'nand I bus older In. |.ulill IMIfli inn 4. Ii ' 'Ic A ic MUoirnitT. ..r "c.t. h'>s t limn tin i-e nnr tnore I hitntic Them Off.
after eceml.er 1. IV6, It nhall be r", ..1",101 < ceiceic i iitiy.. \.e'i.tcM, \111 I II.. ,llC' 33. !1. m_ fl m A.tr"ln.lr.r I t i. tii,. nil", in tinlinmlii, "i <>! liliei-lins' I his advertising is paying S.rt
unlawful for any person ort person,* ,11,11.'". Viilli.\ I linn; .".*. .. wnklx. IHWK- t.. I.. lUi-il I l.\'. tin. Bli.iKlif.lil.-ls) In t tic- verti.inl "
t-5 whomsoever to drlvo any hor.<-a. t.alr ;published' mill! of <. ncial, niiiiIIn | NOIM. i.: |.-OI( l'|. '-.II 'tllO.f i iI In, ''a\O s lium' time ,I" (tlnn The smileIIIKMM him. The lady from Great Littleton waj
c mules, sheep. or cattle through nnv .>fI :: ; In:: (the: <:its;!" <:if KIsHlmmei" , ::.. I; oun-:: llll\ Ill-Ill! 'two 0',c Illiile "rfl..e. friend who lived in Lesser

I the streets. road or allev. within I hej, I' .,f < "c..I" iiml, I-.a..r. FloiId, i :I l r|.nrlmrit. of the In.rt..r. t. ". ....n.. \ieiil .Unit, th.' l'r.\,1, \ anil the I Advertising that encourages. any. I talking t a -
; Incorporated Umjta of soIl Cltv. uni I.(H.. \\ ITNKS1TH! i: II..N.AII<1.1'" I \ MIPKItKINS. -:> i ..tll....' nt l.rtlnrii III.. 'lorl.I. 'I'd. .-.''H" c C Hhllll' II.X 1 I.I Hie Bailie p. I thing that conditions Littleton, according to the Boston
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said animal. be securely fantened with ",- ( .ImlKi. ..r the "I" '..", I .ovrinl. ,er 2O. ..111N..II .\. "" ." improves paysc
aoma rope' wire or: thong and led or II .liil Iii, ,. iinmi SIC ,'I'rk I th-rinf ii "u.I I Ii. i h.. r.illo. liiK "clinic'. d .IrmniB slinllII. from a philanthropic standpoint at Globe.
-; .,' driven by some competent per:: ..on uiier H"I Of till. Kill"] "fill-nil" I'olllt .It 'KlKinille I till. ...fill I ,IB II-, ".",,1"1 ,III" .llllSlll.. US I
. .. In IM net"'*'h\ ulv,'n that Hit,'h.n. ,d until tin* .ciii ..' winili.ill in of "I've often she said
_ _ <) who. direct control such animal .IIH. ..1.. I'"II "I' I 1'1. III I ip . "r Ilii IKIIIIIIIIIX least and the case the savings wondered
I :M t< .1.) .r (l.l.H . FI", Ida. ,. ,, elerllon of
DlV.t b. IhlN the 4th .1" ccl Nonil"i. \ I II I. < v tie I lie I. I..t. lit II tie llrst
; '.. ''Any person or persons! violating tit I''If.' t tI 3 \ llMIMt) 1M 1'1.' I ; i mid.. I foil M M! *.jnl KM; ,,fl"i ,.i H ", Biilil '.imimn, '*. shall. IM.Hi.ihll. ''artount. the returns are in many instances prt'senty. "why you all combined to

ordinance shall upon conviction l In. I (MM Si.ill I ) .I I 1"i cV, i KH: >4i ritlTTI'll I :: ; I''lion t ti\C: \..27. ol.0't'TI.-A: 'tiKhfp*' fin; :' S\\31 'Smith'4 of 1.N""t;:,:',,. :t S.: . ,,1 1 dlrt.t wa n't so ago your minister changed.. What
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'fined not exceeding" Fifty dollam or l>eImprleoned AH I'll i rli 1 nit I'nuit zcr..t.l. ; .. .. :H I r l K \\1.\\EI i: { I PI., Chili, mI 10"I let
t'.ist. Izclleeleec.ccc
n;' exeeedlnif thirty dav jOIlNH1''NlCIII'; -"' ''' ; c. 1 M. r,1.lln". h" .. fit* ilrn.tii I I I- i ; \\ \I.MU.C VI.i. I IT. sMi-nl',1 t tc I that thrift was looked upon as something had the old one done ?"
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sit nard .o.o: or both such, nne:. ;HI":tinprleonment. .\" I'ouiiHel feel ""'ldal""I.. 4I' M th Ion., I.I' '.. hit' ntion I. inaki' < 'oimnut n i : |I' \UHKTT; I ; S.i'i., .1 t tel" anilTt
the -- --- c ? "f tn "Htnloll..h < lot Im Ice th I akin to Nowadays The Lesser Littleton lady settled
In the discretion of .
-- I mil' al .. I IBtl I I stinlness.
j I'" >m 1..1. .
< < ] hi'fur ClerIc
C ,*,oourt 1'11'111'1 < '1 Ill III1 4IMHI1 III.. 'Till: < ult i 'out t at iHHlmiriGe. l Klot \lil.i of. 'iinil/ imli, .nf acihel. Iliree .peison. shall people know is good man- herself more easily in the chair
'. Read first and second time In tt' I tip . (tinSeti 4
,, a open ... 141. i lilt i ironKIOIIII ti
not 1.1'11 .II. ""' IluI.'tile di,\\ ,.f JniHJni\' !Ml
_.Ion and thin 6 1-liectiiis anI, shall l b. I the of whichis
.. unanimously paused >k. IV/ A M) KOII Oil IOOI.AI ; I 'In''I,1 I ; I ic.c Inc H an cvi 1 I tnrnm-B h .llc''r" agement, prime requisite "Oh dear he was quite imposible -
Snd of Nov. A n I CIS ,1.'c..1 on my
day IMST4. IV 4 II >< Kill; Itolieii n"u"I* 21 TI..IV
K; \\ Illlx, of IKOH-. "l'Iccr.I good It's another bit of
) / (8e&1)) a. F. KRinns.Prealden I Ida. lof ,""",. ."..h sear, lii-KlnnlnK' sense. public !" she "Why hi

.$ of Council.Attest II..1'1/1'1/.11.11/ / ''I A I. ,HTIUIKH ( C tMI. charl.. H II l'ic'Igi tt. of ]J.c.icicci.c'. I i theeat' I 916. opinion that was changed by newspaper expl.lne. u"e
J. R. o tJA to and talk about the
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t 't a corporstion .r..d usdir 'lorlda l Arf..l. f responsibilities
I .' '. Clerkof the City of KlHslmeeApproved >
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.oiKi' I Ic- of I.cli oaci. ITloida advertisinl. of much that
) t.. this S day of Nov.. A I"l IB. ( ,mpi.i..n I opi, late ... .1! anil adopt byIrfMB marriage so

John II 0" ..IIH. of KokoHt-e KlorMa for ,tin,. I..rll""t 'Us of anti Its Bffnlis Ics- "oursI purpose of gettingnew none of the unmarried men in the
H MAY. "' H DAVIS! encourage "
.\ Mayor of the City of4CIt I..'.nd..... 4**-itt KtKlJt.iSOIIIK nf In.rl".111 anil ( laws of theState t village had the courage t propose!
KlHHlmmeeBIa.1. .r 'I.rld.. which by-laws maylie own patrons to get the saving habit
o ," .. ainemlrd or repealed as may b. profiled
The riimplHlnnnt )lia\lnr fleet B IIK AIMM.M-ATMIN Foil I.KTTKIl In said l )-.lawMArllrlr but if someone occasionally reads one
/ TO QUIBT TITL.H1 worn bill In Ihli ....u".-. all'-I<\\nl< thai I'AIKNT. AM> IX OH.I'OHATION. .
., II hrllevm that Ih..... ..npcr..nnn In- 7. of our little teninciAads, gets its
... '. ... The hlKhest amount of Indebtednessor i
!. Clrevlt ( .rt t Heveatsi J dlclal It.r..I..d l In the .-rtv I Involved In-re- --- '
.' Olrevlt .f <... ..... .r .....rld. In whom pro tire|> unknown to It, Notice Is h.r.icygiv..n' that the lliil.llllv to whclh' t the corporationcan message and opens art account with
-- la a.d for Oa*>.e la {'...trill and having name demanded. this order and lerslitneil w' IM apply to the Uioernor un- st sny time subject Itself ThousandHollars shallbe l some other we couldn't Ar you interested in Fla, lands for

ti: CHANCERY otherwise compiled with the law. allpartie. "f the Ktnle .r .Fiortda. on the 27th Two Hundred ..ni Fifty institutio. any purpose ? Am now in position
claiming. interest. In the property daof l-eemh-r.. A l II I !ii>I 5. for let I say the ad pay. For for everyone t
: mean | t.. I-..; ;.>; _.u.. C. Rasa.Taaaata hereinafter. described under Theo- terM Patent I IncorporatliK" OHCEOl A Arllrlr. H. assist in the selection and classification
la Cassaaaav C..I...... . CATTLE COMI'ANT : : The and residences. of the who is prosperous there I. another
.- dol' K Hooth. ".........d. Kllphalet N. under the fecilciwlog names Fla. and instructions "
of soils
. Wa.&S.S. ad-er. deceased.. Orrln Joshua. Hale. proposed charter. and articles of subscribing I ; t Incorporstors. together who is t give -
........ sad bay .......& .r abe d..d. or under either. pf them or Incorporation; a copy of which has with the number of shares of the authorised just that much better in preparation for and cultivation -
\11 b. .-...... ... L.eSm Osb.r ... therwlae. and all parties. claiming' an been tiled In the office' of the Secretary \ capital stock subscribed for prospect for the example." And the '
... H_..... If ... be _...... interest In said property. to-wit: the of Plate of the State Florida by each are as follows of same. Will give
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H......... 2"- sad Lswe..s land. situated In Oaceola. County described P K. WEAVER P K. WKAVKR residence Kissim more people who have bank ."cunt. ple.se
,"'- ..v ........ sad H. C. 0.- a. follow: I>. U. WAUNKH m.... Fla. 100 shares the any desired information of which Imay
imwm. mm* H. V. O.hra ..* Mile V.Oeer B.c. U 1'. IlAHHETTARTII.I n. O. WAONEK residence Klslmmee. more there are who will have. And old

.. mm* ..... C. Oehen mm* I of NK: "- ; I'IW\4' of NE ; NW .. Kla. Itt shares any good institution with good management b capable t my customers
seethed*** AW MvtBMreM mm* hemmmmmm \4 : KY. of SEt"- ; WH of HW14 3 > R OF INCOHPORATION ANI> 11. P (JAHHKTT residence Kissimmee. as well as the new ones. j
*. It .*. mm fmmrrtr*. mm* Hmfasal.l ltS4 48E I-KOP08EK CHAKTKH OF Kla Ito' ) sharwKHTATK will always get its share of
. , the business in the For rent 2 suites of 3 rooms each
- -- long
eta ... T wa.sad ..* Cmmrtrm U. <2 of NVVUNK14 NKV4 of SE run.
'......_.. her _...... sad M.,,.' A. of fw;'' __ _ --_; SNE'I The undersignedheretcy. asHorlatt* flMJNTVMK ) elegantly furnished. Elderly couples
: .....11_ *.* s>e, .......*.. If abs. be of NW % ; 8W14 h.of NW ; themselves together for the purpoat. of 1T"KNOVNThat) before me I theundersliined For the calendar quarter ending preferred.
_...... ..d Mary A. Me ... ..* ..... w\4 "of 14VY----------------- 7 l t c >rninK Incorporated. under the La w Nolnr\ (I'uhllc In anti for October 1, the banks of Jacksonvillepaid

.-... If ... mm m mrw*.*. W. n. NW\4 of NW %- __ ._ ___ __ R of Florida. said' County ,and I State' "personally appeared A 6-room house so arranged as can
C 11?. _J W. n. Mmmr+ sad _.._. F % __ h_ _ __- __ __ 9N 1'.1. I.h. T K \ KAVKK l : WAilNKH : 'out $65.0 interest, and most of be in
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... Men ..* W.tsB D. H... sad n of- NKW- of NKU. of The name of this corporation micall and < ; I I' it I r"I.:11.' well aub-rnt suites for light
Chart** H. Or... mw.. sad .11 _....miBlssLlesr \:4y: of NKfi of NBS4.: : :: W4 KH of .. ( ,HCK< >1.CATTI, ..,K ( )Mi'ANY' It.. known nnd kniiwn to n" to be the it went t Jacksonville people. The housekeeping.
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:. S.hs..t. Is, .*e Imm** Ithla of of lrin'ipai 1 offlc-i- and ,. of business h"lI1.lu..l.. In. and who ..ut"rrlh"0 big
Bill etoewtrihed .*.. .... said N wM1 W NEU. of J4 ofof KH N Vv ;of shall 1 ice. In Iii:- till o"/.K/ lnnlmnit'f t;)nciola their names to i th.f''ci KNI'I: : ;' exception we believe was on the MRS. MARY SUMMERS, 608 Pen-
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''mmmxu.* mmmmmmmmtM, If the mmwmm a.. \ 14of Klii SWlZ of NW '4 Count \ In I tic". Stall* of F lot"Ida. chart., mid i'ct'h A i : ; >< KI, I comparatively small gum of $75,00(
saw. ml .be. mm _.-. mr .......- N\\ \ "fNWV4 SVt4 of NW14 : I'i\' .: 10 and Its .buali..sn.s! such lie ciuidut tidi that he .-xeciili-.l the "'' '' for the purposes field St., 1 blk. W. of the end of brick
.I..e"l here in tinKtate of "'Ior' .. ix ce .H..I which the Heard National Bank has
..... He pe. ..fs. of N\V\4. F"r 8V'of ''' 01 t..r11 ; S. Kissimmee.
S ,. In other Mt"'a or Countries \\' h."r.,,1 and offlrlnl' seal Ave.1
'f \ Order M.T'f{ I-rogb NW'4. % of SWi4'" - - 11 t h ,. .. .tt""ullh I' ,, of Nom on deposit from Detroit Mich.. and
: ;TO AEt, ERN: W% of V.\4, : : = 14 .rnc' '". hran hes. HC.'n. I-H cci, at Klssmlmii- thlH --'h' .1 >
-It atopearlnsr from the sworn Bill of NH NS4 of RFHE'- of 1'11'4 others, .... its ma)' le n.-(.c-..... r01 ( '''' h..i A l I> I l''ir I which found its way Jacksonville
d : Complaint, lied In this cause, that RW' 4NH H \ I.nl I,'ntT ,S.al! ) JiiHV H ( >KI. IS'nl) t

,'.>... there are persona Interested In the of NE _ _ -_ 1ft Artis.I.2. Nut 1'iiblli 'titt. "f H"1'-' '
u 'h.* gcicc ,.1 1 nature of the tceiainepu.I :, :; :: ,: ,: . .
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." proBerty Involved In this suit other N% of NKV A\\' I( of NE >4.; RW I M\, i iiiiiMiisMloi' expires' - -- - - -
: oi )HittimHrifM to t I"
.tarfin the known Respondents and that raimata' : d 1". scud .lt"( i liAKUKTT t I ( 19'1
\4, of sic. w % __ _ IRE 1 NS1'I O.004. 4400004000000000 O OO.O 'OOOOO'O"'O"'OOOO
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C"'I' n follow !
names of such persons so Interested | > an foi i,,, *
% of N\\ % ; BE\4. KT\4: ofl4t'y \ "rlrtor '
unknown to the Complainant ; To leCei-.d!. rots, import export I. ,d.-nl I -
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u. uu. - <.alt.If. .I" ". hornt'N MOKH and doinifitli
said -
relief In the
that Is
.Ji prayed or RF."i of NK .
NW4 NF.4 : % a "ii tn a IN a ml, II" <'Ht o. k of all )
? .J said
Bill of against the
1 Complaint un- 8\V\4 of N\VV4 RIO; '" of>l\\' 20
Respondents, klndH niect! to < arrv on a wneial, ) It" .. I BANK ADVERTISING INSURANCE and ESTATE
t{ \.Ij.A".own W*. : KK<4 of !NE'4 ; NWNK '' of '
; T 18 THEREFORE ORDERED ThsInterests fttoc k. razing nnd. ,'ultural I I Iciici| |
'i.jt .Il 4 of RI>; \4. 8t4 of NBI4\: RIAL
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.4. ", parties claimlog In and to of KEV4.W : RIo o0' RK-4 _ 22 ','n ,pi'mlure. l1ull'ha"tm.II ,HTM! .ic it) IS DIFFERENT FROMTHEORDINARY
( following described real property.
i J "- ,:-lii..th.sltaale In the; County of Oseeola and N 8E\" ;: NH ofNVt of. 14 I\VW of wo K : e NE\ :'1,: ''n u'l all in cccluets art I Iclen.of auntIe the: I farm and a;n-l) *'rI.\: \)hu:irand n%- I Let us insure your fe your Property. ]
; Florida. via.
I State of : of 8W14 of HW14 $ '4 of R\\i4 ,
."1. ; dtflr I"'t'' 'iecc.I. pi''" |p" il I 01 ,nutriufuct RUN
lU All that part of Sections -
C WI ThlrtyS of S\\'i4 23 Information in
to for
ed f
*. u i oni MUch .product
V two and Thirty-three In TownsMpTwentyfive
;r ,. NWS of NW"4 EH of KV4 of To rarron I iii. tiuHlneNH" of w hole- regar proe
t "I T South. Range Twentylne ShIngle- 8\\ ',4 of NW % ; NW % of SWU sail IH und '.1"11 ,I'alt.l n In. client n, ndm -- sa e and .

t,,;,;.. > Mast and Icing Baal North of of N\V4 --- --- - - 26 at pri.d.n'ts. a''<1 t o opei"at i. t I" < nt
e. Creek of the County BM\ of NK'4 -iNii---S of NRNV Ion CHARLES H. WOODRUFF. ADVERTISING -
IHM thtcvtith .Iau..hl'r. ho 1111-4.
\ X/ Road ae It now runsdo nil V: \4 ; NMi of NKW of SKBW titorkarda nnd !llve-sitot-k rntu'hi." MANAGER OF WE: WRITE THE KIND Of INSURANCE THAT PAYS.
'I/f to the
h appear Complainants' H % of NE of SKVi.V; "I.! . to TiE
< nin nufaoture all klndn or r..1 l land
:. ,.of Complaint herein Bled 0".- or before U of NWVi, of 1'1\ NW\4 ofSK"i BANK. reliable
% ; food ,crccIuc-ta. and to opi-rate and HEARD NATIONAL Only companies in our list.
) the.Tth day of February, A. D. 19141'J of SE % SH of HEY of inatntain 1aiiiiTleH. cold Htoi utre. wit, 11hounfH. ,, I
!. .. .. al.e. In due course of law. the said nil AF:% : N% of SW"sw" of k. ;1'1.."t... <'annliiK fuctorleNfertiliser I TALKS INTERESTINGLY ON
Complaint. will be taken as confess __ _ __ _ ____
RW\4 u h 27 fcetori*s ,,,,..loth. ,' facttri.n. . I BANKS
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: i' .d by all .uch parties. NW, % "of NK: '4 SWV of RF4: _ 21NW'4 and all lteiilclini.ta I n e..d..d f o. t h*. conduct THIS SUBJECT- DON'ASK G.
,' j ,\ And It le further ordered that this of p... of .
N\V14 ; NW4! ; of such lcuatnisTo ONE TO SPEND MONEY.
____ 'f ftt.:. "Ordsr.be published once a week" for WH of RE% ; NW-4 of 8WNK 29 acquire hy purchase or 01 her- Second Bank Bldg. Kissimmee fla. :
j t ',II!'( welTS consecutive weeks In the Kir \ % of NEoR: % of NE4 ; Bof wine own. hold buy. well convev. axchange BUT TO SAVE IT. Ctzens ,

valmm_ ValleyOaiiette.. a weekly NWt4 ; WV4 of SK % ; 8K I lenin., niorturaK: illnpone I of.
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_ .,' newspaper,, published and of generaclr of *0 t ra d e n n d d..al 1 In real on t H 11or .Ihe t ,' '
'mit uratln In the County of Oseeola NE'4 SW4---------------; : ; property. piTBonal or mixed I C .- ._ .
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and. State of Piordia.I > SW4 ___nu _-_ __ ___ ____-_ SI To subdivide plaf I ( By CHARLES H. WOODRUFF, -
; WITNESS the Honorable James W ALL IN TOWNSHIP 25 SOUTH.RANGE and develop survey I latuln for ; improve or unit* I Manager of the HeardI
and purposes :
1'erkInu.Judg5 of the said Court.
\.trtiRing
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) 27 EAST.sWi.4 .
,. or .., hei wist nd to do nd, rf.'i
; thereof and the of n .1 IM > i mill
as Clerk of NW-4.: S\V 4 of SF." 82 I National Rank.)
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Silal 'I ttiiiiL-H tee. (tCiil for I II IM .1 \.1,1"!'
.1.<11"; seal of the said Circuit Oourt on NV'4 of NE'. N\V4 of nr.'i. tic' lit i I''M,11'.I <..\ t n. lit t .11M1. 111.111, i ,., nlof ,
\ '" the 4th. day of.T.November.L. OVERBTRKRT.A. n 1fti5 ..r NE'' it '4 "f Sl-i4 1 of Ni '. .1 11.! c'4tclc, I foi. i -i,,|,. ,n. . It id, ccl Illk Ih''rti"llj different, from I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee 1,
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.... N\\ of SKi4 1-<\\ <. or v\\-i, 3:1: " "
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I in the world.
.,, {Ct. t.fI..n As, Clerk Circuit Court N\\" '4 or NE'; or, NK'4'; 1-< '4 ofof IHII.V olhlI' adv..tIRI"j
OHNSTON OAnRKTT.| \: > 1. i ..ndm, I .1 I-i' in t.i..1 1 .It! c -I" i ii.,t.ill.M
A. Counsel for Compl..tnf\nt 1 4 H-121 N":t.4' Nl--i. N\\> '. of NKI4 : ,inI, I MHII, I .i m, .t2.,. '.- C Hi'l. ,Ii.IS. < .. I In the ordinal')' run of business a
NI'; 4 of NK'. of Sl'i4of ; 31 ,
_ I hllHilu, S-4. ..I I . ., I ,
l '- cliii to ii .IH IL 111l and thehtliiPitl
M'4 :SI'.t.. of S'eV'V4 .If.; advertises' its goods
noiisi-
: c BILL.. TO tKIRT TITLE l>i i.U r. in' all ortit. v in 1,1 .., ciiI i
.Io MEe Al.lT 4 of S1CI4 3.;. (M I HO IIS ttlMIN, Ol,. ",nt. .pill, .It ,1(111IIIK I" loll' ( !IR ti> the buying public. Thatis
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IN 'l'tVNSlilt( I' 26 Smith KIIIIKI
I .tm; n..1 C.ail---t.:; .. Seventh J-dl 27 KnstWest ". III i ,M, |i. .,1. .,,, I"" Hlnl, i ir .t. a I''"" ii FURNITUREWE ?
"Ial Clreatt ml t..e .t.t. ef KlerldM K acres of NV'f S\V'4 r .11. oi 'p< F soiia I I""I""I \ nl, till lites- i whenthe dlferen..e coyty| in. '

.1 !. mm* r... Oeee4>lsi 'OHSity. or SK >,4 All Hint putt" or HtisI of ""I"M Hankdon't ask you spend money.
_ IN CHANCKHVu : 1C'4 Sontl of Hnll..1; S\VI4 31 '1'., "" on I h< 1 i ,,d I.. of ni.11.. i ,il t
4 ' N\V'4 of HE'SE'h of SIC Vf .If lit .tit. I H III iit.iilcitc.itiM-, 'I Mtlll, I Bll. ,"..iI. Mof They nsk you to save it, and they pay
""""" 1 ,,1..-.1.-- W.Mer C. n.... A 1.1. IN Tll\\NSIIII> 25 RilTTH.HANI1E all KliulH, on. tin' < oi p*.tahI'. i. .planTo .. I
1 *mmmm .. Co..... VmmtmMmmmtm.. 2R KAST ciii l i-c oil, M nd i.nti.rl,a in an \ I.until you money for doing it '

t I. .... and ..arh..r hem he. and they a n. herehrequired \ en H und el Ink. I UK. t ra rimuM Ion, ot, op- about three ago I
I / ...... -4)....... sad bee .......4. If abe. to nnpear to the 1,111' of rotnplalnt etiathiit, t'oni in on I \. <.ai" i It-ii. Oil or uiidi-i. I was only years
_....... sad Saris 0....... .... heretofore nied In thin cniiHe on taken 1 I.v 1".1. I".t"r. fl IIH n, that the Heard National Bank of -
Zr ..*....*. If mmm ... ...rrleilKmtmmrtmm Monday the 7th dm of Ki'iruniv 1916 i.it, t'H. <'mil i at.t.., ... "itrc-hicuita. i t'ciiicintts.' HAVE IT :
,,1'1.... Vlmirmmm and J.._..... the same lieliiK ft rule ilnv Mitch tilt n and. amenta. an I' 'rl._..' be.r mmmmmmm and M. O. <>.- It Is further orrtereil that this order Much ImwiiieMH to draw accept. i n- I in It didn't make
f H- (..... sn. M. <'. 0.10.. ..d Mile <'. .e published onre a week for twelveconsecutive clor.-. ut''Jul.I .. HIM! Hell all or a,n,,. IH- Ian a "mal way. ,. ,
0._". and fHm V. 0.10.... sad weeks In KlUMlmiiieiVul otlahle or traiiNfenahlH \tiiHti n men. if* any splurge. Its growth was as nat- .
'K..rf. I.. ........t.. .ad bee. Icy ..be.d. At .bq be .rrkd. asS aid county hondH notes and, bil Is .,r exeluniReTo ural as a boy's. The business was
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atbaslel c Bryn.d N. C.ftryaa WITNESS mv band noel the seal of pur'h.. He. ur(|.III. ... 1"ld. ..wn. a- of the institution -
: .sd ...... M. T._...... and said Court. at Kt ."lrnm..o ('II\'. thin November HlRii. raimfer' find diHpotJt of th. here and the personnel la connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete .
'C.- n. T._....... bee. .......... 10th 1 lIt ..I..k.". hoiidM and icth..c. l I"h IKM-H of. was such that it was able to KB of \
.1 '. sad waVY A. M... ... bee .......d.If. (Ct Ct Real .1 t. OVEHSTRKKT. 111.1.-101..1"t i of anv t'or'pm''II.i .". tiniiieHlin furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes,
U abs .. ..rri... and Mary AM..r. Clerk Cln-iilt CourtOsieolu or for*.IKM. and to iMNiie tn i x- hold the business it got. The publicity handle reliable a.e

J>t sad bee ......... If .... hiIi ("!)unl I '. KloildaHOCKER haiiKe th-it d", HH ",",'k.. .hoiidH or the kind
) In those
'j; Ii ''Herr. ... w.t_. I). Mere ... Wst.D. (Complalnnnt Hollcltors4712t, I'ct. aciuli. | '_ M.51s ... C..I.. U. ( r.s.. gaMe i tin VI')'. H* 11 and. dlHioHt| < of anv Bed Room
...... .. Furniture
f .1.1.1. latererts millet*. ml"'ftIH. . nilii .ral oils of that Jacksonville had a new bank and Dining i i ,
.\ .... ;... ... persoas i-e iS TIIK 4 III I IP < B i iI" .. .b. lanila I. .1. nlll de.crlb.d "ill kind' ", mtnliiK, stud.I mineral, I oil
/ Jl Illl IM. (IIK'I'IT OKKl.0ltll head of the
'. .er .... said ...... HeupoedI >%. IN AVI> KOH 0..4...:- ,1"hIH.! | and 'Inlllr'roll" lundf. and, that J. J. Heard sat at the Room Kitchen Parlor
,unIntervHt t therein' and to xplnrework
".: 1 ." 01.A C'OI'I'Io"' I'> IV IIIAV4ICH4/ < table. Suit Outit -
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[I i-xei" IHI dflop the Hani'and
1 IP'TOUR' CHILD IS CROSS., to manufacture and transport. all) ktndnof Florida people had heard of J. J.
I'E4lW'l.t II N"&\ A. T4IIIK* I OMAV ,
'tain. and iiiineraln. ,anti) theprodurtd
." on n in*
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FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED |- V. a carparstlon orvaaUed u.- thereofTo Heard before, and they had confidence ,
rtwf the lawn of Klorlda.THtMAH .
drr
i I' (eplsiset .lallI..h. construct operate and in him. And so the business grew. It Couches Etc.This I
: 1. conduct turpentine. farms and stilts.ahingle .
-I. fI1. K ' 'Look. Mother M tongue .. coated, y.. M. A..1.1 HON.- KT. A I... intllH. saw mills hotela elec-. grew the first year t a $1,000,000 ,
I Inc lighting and plantfl. ex-
power
rf cleans. little bowel. with "Call Uefeadaata. chan {es and s>.etems. trl\mwI\Y". lo( < business. The second year it Increase .

; ''''. ' oFlfa.." roads. -dKlnr and dralnanr' plant
: y- ; fornU third
Pjrrup million dollars. The
ORDER FOil (-ON"TKl)4rTI\) another '
and and store
) systems water works sewerage makiaf a record for the
\ "KH: VICE plants and systems. and to manufacture another million. I ibl f matter
'r i'I, IT IS ORr>EHKI\: >. That the defend.ant and deal fn lumber cross ties year it increased helping peephj t. outfit homes. Come e

$g( .'. ? otaon eaJI..ut PlY after giving herein named to--wlt.: Thomas RAlllaon. .. and naval stores of all kinds. Today this young bank is one of the see. 0 price* .
Augustus C. Anderson. I'lkeAdalr. right
': ..CsIf.m1* Syrnp of fig," bocau in Sarah J. Averill. Stephen W. buy To hold.acquire.. store. purchase pack catch take sell. four big bank of the state and it

J . ; ,....f.w.boon...U.th. do ed-ap waste Aldrich. Helen, a II C Bullock Bennett Fr ) reIM. Kill Beebo. of export all kind.dlepoe. and* of to and generally. distribute preserve flirt is housed in its own fftn-str

II ', oar Ml* aDd fennentod food gentl Bro",<1..n.. William H. Bennett.. Wl not the Ash business.To engagein building on Laura and Forsyth

:, 'out'bf thef bowel*, and yoa bar. Carrlnirton.- Dow. Arthur. Charles K. Donevan Oooley' : CharlesH. Empire ano .ld..t buy. ehlpa.eell. equip steam, operate boats, streets. And this in a period of only TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS

.. (,. .:t. hfld a *Ia. Land Company a corporation organiaad nailing vessels. motor launches powerboats
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fl.p1uru1! .
ft. : under the law of New Jersey. Billworth and other' boats and property to tr yerL
l SIck'c1ift4.aDI.dn'b eoawd to Truat Company a corporation be used In such business trade commerce American banking banks
; organised under the law: of Iowa. K and and to early
navigation Ne
; construct matter what kind
: .4-) tak.:this J armIaa fruit IaxatIYs.5tm.th.r 8. KlUworth James Korreat. John and operate pier. docks, pulled business on the reputation of o a Earn jro* have-Gas,

l.. .. ,f .. k..p It hand' bed -. Planner. John a corporation Flamerjr,oraranlced Braid TrustCompany. under connection wharves warehouses with' such. and buelnesa.To terminate. In the institution, and the personal ac RI .Stationary E>fiae-..hare exactly the T.St

) i ';:;;:the, know nt action on the the laws of Pennsylvania, Richard pursue any and all other businesses qu.lntanc of its officers and the way ,.everyday wo-Wnc.liamaten 1
Ooodhart. J. Herbert Oreen. James W.Huarh. and to do any and all other 0
_ :.4omaclIYc7$ b. I. ia prompt ... James H. Hurhey., James. P. acts and thlnas. and to exercise" any they were liked. It has been only a.the best quality sad .
V Hall and wife. and all other powers which may be ae w.a a p.t w
yL.EHfr.ltai.r.
_I .. Slid 3.\,., .. Emma i ; .. Fred Holraea: necessary expedient" or convenient In comparatively recently that banks surprise ,. This I. .
60-eent Clinton I* Haley. Jacksonville ft: Tam- connection with. or In addition to the .
fraInrIat for a haye used new. space any hardware that b .
'e
Aik1o Railway Company a corporation t quality sad make )
'J' $ pa business said businesses hereinbefore. papr e peo ..

j'' ,,:II "l-t ... ..C1Ifor1*. ,'1IUP of 1&01.fica. ora-anlsed Pal Johnston under Edward the laws V.of Jackson Florida. corporation specified which of this a natural character person mar and law.a eat extent, but i already the big take i comlag .. and Inspecting .,big w stock .t

4 ;1 ., ; hi coot19 :. ieetIou'for George* W. Klernlff. William U Mel fully do and exercise, and to do any .
John L. Le\UcJt.\ Hannah Mul- Wh.ai.t You a Oisurai TostfcT
Kimball .
\ aDd for and of the businesses or things C-
; crown-UDa '
'\ of aU ages O. Miller J..II.e. or:1Im & ti
,. h e Hd ford. Simon O.McLAln. either. alone or In k .
I/'I-\' \ .. Edward: Mack John B. Mlnnlck. J.
Cl combination.
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Pi>> ,. < Gilder th. sutboreos. Albert Morrltt. Samuel, C McCormlck.: It I. the Intention that all the objects Tbe Old Standard OroWs T
; 5' )lI'. .1....t . Robert C. Oliver\ Henry Pull..... H. lA. and power specified and clause chill Tonte U equally .

H ''fo' ,J, to ftb.-yo\4 t m.ft.. pfann. Joseph H. Palst Arrannah contained in this paragraph shall except General Tonio because contain the Osceola Hardware Company
;. ,,} ,, '" ". "" ' Parkhur.t. Nat Payrlts Archibald: A. where otherwise' expressed In i Y: /
'if' '; J wall1er-- Pearson. W. H. Reynolds. Philip Dole said paragraph, be nowise limited or well known t poQUB ,
i j .. ,t1f rk.jtatl bees 82,485 Roddey. Roddey Investment Company. restricted by reference to or Inference and IRON. C' i .

f. : ,' : :, -71' '"coo UJ '1,41' cbam a corporation orsranlied under the law from the terms of any other clause of Enriches Blood, ad sf ., 4,
I : H. Richards. George T. I this other In this o Ka. t 'Ni' (
.. of K.ntucky..R. or paragraph
''if! any :
I .' ,:::1f,:).':!lI.. .. ,", "j,' . 81..letar Mr. L. A. Smith.. Amelia |[I charter but that the object and pow- 1 t W* 8 yst 90 cents.Cr" .. ,

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,FRIDAY DECEMBER;. .IMS, .THE. KISS IMM II VALLEY GAZETTE \ ." . r.-. tI. "j.
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.l .. ,'," ? '..,....J.:. It., Lt.. ....!. ..'!",it ,... . ee, .'. OMJ-AIM .rat fof;;'Uvfitf '''to..t." 1...." ,for I simtlabli"and; nourishing: Don't' ; meat an.palatable 'and healthful' The;;little, .irPe'parrtr'ItrR-...... ':, i, .

a : nin ty-niD. per,cent of our, Joys and ish, yourself by,"eating what you don't I fried meat are an abomination. be'hort-walsted; but he* **1HM dres,. f .,

.: | Guesszngvs.! (Accuracy.; t com ninety-four front'contact' percent with of others'OUI" Borrow Hence like because,someone 4ios, told), Drink water "with, your' meal 'if a*:/should:have .&' orw4'iwait. .Jtoe- ,y ""/',

., u In Soil' t y ::1 whatever conserve Goe!'* purpose in I. good for'you.:,, nat'.too much like rOil .wants ft., ;The old fable'' that It or low-belted""effect.: ... : .

;, t/o . Everglades Survey ',,, ] [ a human life help society and what- taking medicine ud:medicln. is not should be'.used only between, meal, : t"', P"' '

1 I l., By 'ROBERT, ''UANSON, si. Augwtine.Eloiida. ...'" ev.r'thwarts, '/. 'God'or purpose, hurts". society -. :for the healthy man. A ''tasteful doesnt hold" good any; mor.l' ;;), But be :The postlUionbat: :of'1880is'likely ':4Jto : .

We measure- civilization by iU de I choice of fruits meats and vegetables sure that you' do chink it' between invade the fashIoJla'bI.,'woHd., It | '.r';

t YY..Y.. TT TT TTTT T'.r.TT, .TT. ", TY" .Y TY, ,f 'I, Jr '. ,TTTT"". .- ; gree'of.pasteits waIte physically, an4 .cereals usually 'contain* sufficient meals.' It 1* a good lubricant and has+to be! worrf perfectly: stralght'itn Mfr- 0,!.

;\I ''recently disfcuased in the public value at all ai. representing specific, mentally and morally, not financially. I amounts pf .the proteina'and: caloric. cleaner, for the urinary tract,. and ,If the, head. tie the effecf i* qui te.10.t.. -:J::

prints certain points in the soil sue: locations, ''they' must have been laid We bavettwo"and born( in this a.half million children to' keep the balance 'that contributesto you haven't the habit already, by all '} "''
country every year.
/ vey of the. Fort Lauderdale area as off on a. compass course, which' .would One half million die before they area !I strength that builds up the waste mean cultivate it. The redingote; A't; the, accepted *tylein

published by the Department of Agriculture necessitate the cutting 6f sighting yeat' old, one and a quarter million and keeps up steam. The man who eat good food even the three-piece otnine.'Jt'a: popularity T"S '

endeavoring to show that lines through the grass and the accurate die One-half before the their twenty-third are unable. year. Above all else take time to eat. if it Is plain and inexpensive, who :;may' be.,""ib'ruin";' for 'already' 1, .....

unfair deductions had been made measurement of the distance their people share to the country's to contribute Don't hurry, for after all, eating is eat in moderation yet sufficient to everyone 'wearing5;, redingotes. : ,

thereon as to the quality and productiveness between stations which are distributed progress; and large numbers are too Just as essential as sleeping to let us meet the necessities of his physical l .I' ., t.

of .the soils in the Everglades at even distances throughout the poor to aid. In England one-third of fill out our allotted space on this ter-" nature, who is temperate and who . ,.. _. '"

which not only presented them area. All this on ground so soft thatit the population has for years cloggedthe I restial ball, and you don't continuous doesn't hurry at his repasts, who has Invigorating to'.tbo: Pal._aa4'Sl.kly,: '". teeThe

disadvantageously to the public and is absolutely impossible to set upa poverty.wheels Some of progress children in because our own of I ly cut short your sleeping time with genial companions and laughs whilehe UKOVK'B ofdat.sd.rA TA8TJCtcai seoer.l'tdree eaitl\ TOI4JC"drl"tbeIt'.torte.se', tiyr

tended to discourage prospective settlers transit or other surveying Inatru- country. were once attending a social out shortening your stay on earth. dines, is prepared best to do his Materla.rartchmlbeblaod.AMl.. .sad chitdten.,up the" .t:' I
ad lt
but which, if true of this com- merit so as to use it with any degreeof service. They were given pictureswith Ample time for eating means deliberation work whatever it may be, for the. tea A Uu tonic. Per .. ....: cI +
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paratively small area of Florida, accuracy. instructions to tate! them home I in masticating your food. Don'tgo properly nurtured body is essential to
and hang them the wall. The '
would be equally so of other reclaimed Amongst numerous examinationsof next day. one little upon fellow came trudging : to the other extreme and become the highest efficiency, mental or physical CHICtlESTERSP: : lLS': '

lands of the state. similar lands that I have made, 1 back bearing his gifts. When a mathematical eater one tint and is best prepared to resist I '''. y r ''

My contention was and still is that have notes of a tract of 1820 acres asked by the social worker if he did chews eacji/ mouthful a certain num- disease. f1f.: :':"Asa 1.r:.p. U.srydU.s:: .b..
not like the pictures, he replied "Oh i I .... I. ad Mal tad4 kit'.a. .vi w
the conclusions reached by the ---- _, v' d
gov- covering parts of six sections or ber of times. If you can't, instinctively .aw .1Ia iW
we did, but you see there are ... +
ernment soil experts and that the fine square miles of bog land and on this yes four other families where we live, one know when your food is ready to he The turban with velvet crown and >h r--: {.. ..I'ILLRI..e... &taa" : "1'V.

distinctions' made between muck and work I spent nearly three weeks, with in each corner, and we have to live in swallowed, no counting can inform a brim trimmed with cut jet flowers I ; JJ .

peat by them and their relative productiveness in the middle so we had no walls. to hangour is a favorite. \4uBYRUGUSBTSEVERYiyHERG
two men assisting ( establishing you, for nature is a better guide tointelligence I
pictures on. No child can develop '
incorrect and have
are stations and making soundings for than arithmetic and I -
physically, mentally or mOl'allyunder a . . . . . . - --
been experi- - - - - --- --
so proved .practical depth and quality. and later repeatedhe such conditions. good many can't count beyond ten .

ments in cropping in many parts of operation without consideringthat Wh n the church awoke to ltd duty without "losing track." rMiLLsT"H '

this country. I have before me at I had obtained any more accu- and put on the Christly robes of social Don't eat toot much just becauseyou FLORIST Inc.. : : .
this moment a letter from one of the service a new vision come to the \\II
rate knowledge of the soils than the rl
have cook in the kitchen
stricken a good
world. In the poverty homes JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
highest government authorities in ,
case in hand called for. where the lives of little children were and I Because you like it. Don't eat to I I

which he writes as follows: To make soundings a mile apart:= to being: snuffed out; where mental and "save" things It i isn't good economy. JEAN CALDWELL Agent I

"Please accept thanks for determine the depth or quality of the moral development were impossible, _
my your '
' they began an investigation as to the Adapt your diet to the season and < ..ooo..o..o.o. .... .
contribution to the discus- soil, if such task .
interesting Everglade even a climate. Nature -
cause of this wholesale slaughter of I very kindly gives
sion on the value of peat and muck were possible, the time taken to do the innocents. Then there loomed up certain fruits and vegetables at -
certain .
"OOf t' ;. )r"
lands brought out by the recent report it, i.e.: four men in forty-five days, the mighty black specter, the lietid incarnate i times of the year, which we relish '-x.' .004441++'+XH"OUOC 0000 oOOOO ." .... '.,..rr..".. ,

the soil of the Fort would be quite insufficient to satisfyme of world murders!! -the liquor
on survey most when fresh from
if I settler traffic-with its gruesome clutch upon they come 3: ]1XR. S. S. JONES .r:2't.:
Lauderdale.area. were a prospective as these children because of drunken the garden, when they are best for I / i.

"There can be little question, of to the fertility of or nature of my parents. Poverty, blindness and disease us, and which we don't care for at 1 VKNl'OMT, IOWA OMAPUATM -1

that in the of short land, when the average sized farm in point at the demon rum as their \
any, course a other seasons. Watermelons are gdod 11 \

period of cultivation, the so-called this part of the world is about ten source.a year One-half! Friends million, the time dead is babiesin com in summer, but we don't crave them-- I CHIROPRACTOR. : I '

peat of the Everglades region will be acres, or sixty-four such farms to the ing when a dead baby will be a dis wouldn't enjoy them half so much in I I PHc"o OUXCEU ti I o-PllAo-TOR) ,

converted into what is now called square mile.It grace. The time is coming; when the January. No art of preserving can 1olDOM NO 7 NEW RIVEReS rti1ILUIlYI tSI'E'IALIAI'

muck. might be contended that becausethe world will know that the sins of its I save all the relish of fresh fruitsor i: ON NERVOUS AND CHRONIC' DisE S o h

surface of the 'Glades present for parents or (he community in which it I t Will be in Kishimmee Office from 9 to 12:30 Tueedays".Thur*oay.;
"Experience teaches us that almost died are responsible. The time, is coming vegetables, but this doesn't mean A and Saturdays. r" I",. '

any kind of peat that is drained and miles a uniform appearance that when people will !know the wordsof that the canher's art is not a very t. The only method to relieve disease is to remove-th. cause.-: *>-this

aerated will be more or less quickly soundings a mile apart would be sufficient Jesus in the eighteenth chapter of | useful and necessary profession hi of the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments ef the spinal nerve*." -
to establish the quality of St. Mattthew, "For it is not the, will : Consultation and examination free. Jt1F:
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our modern of table
converted into muck. such lands, but practical experiencehas of the Father which art in heaven 1 system econom- Y'.' . < \
"Conditions favoring the rapid con- that one of these little ones shall perish ics. < OO. OOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOO..O.. .OOO..O. t!
shown us in Florida that great .
version of the raw peat into seasoned Adapt your diet to your work. The . .
variations in ROIl not only I. ,
muck seem to be favored by a warm are pos When mothers started the better I man of sedentary occupation needs
sible but actually exist in different babies contests it aroused the people
moist climate, and it would seem as if different food and in different
tracts of land lying much closer than and they asked "Why are children quantities '
the Florida weather conditions wouldbe born defective ?" When from that demanded by the r 4
mile.I you get pea.ple 'TwE i-v '
very favorable in this respect. I one I. to ask directly for an ansyer you ditch digger. For the former one DOLLAR: "
unlimited testimony
might produce
think your printed article is con- get results. Why are children born heavy meal a day is sufficient; for
to the impossibility of mak- defective born blind
as why are they ,
have in
servative and should weight
the other
three not too
ing an accurate soil survey of the etc., esc. ? If stock and cattle raisers are many. r
reassuring people. were continually fotced to take care Avoid greasy foods-the climate of

In my original article I promisedto area involved in any such time as of blind pigs, blind calves and colts Florida doesn't call for the fats and AWAY"POR ! .

later fill in such missing links as forty-six days. our law-making bodies would appointa oils that the Eskimo deems luxuries, GIVEN ':;. r
We are accustomed to regard government livestock commission with a large . <
..... might appear necessary to a clearer publications as reliable and appropriation to find out the cause yet the menu on many Florida tables, 1
understanding of the matter in hand and remove it. Let no one believe particularly in the rural sections,
it shock and : : i
comes as a a disappointment -
and with this obpect in view I call that they would build pens and tax abounds in things fried in '
attention to the Soil Map appended to to analyze the soil map and accompanying the people to take care of them. The where every precaution has been grease tak- THE NEXT FEW WEEKS THE + v
pamphlet and realize unerring voice of science declare_
this report. that it bears on its face the marks ofa that there are only two causes for defective en to prevent the loss of a single
The Fort Lauderdale area a* map children--alcohol and impur- drop of the animal fats. Broiled
document concocted in office
ped takes in a strip of land reaching an ity. Visit the almshouses the insane

from Ft. Lauderdale to Lake Okee- that the stations marked thereon are asylums, and the homes for. the fee --...... CENTRAL BUSINESS .3u. '
not points where the real soundingswere I ble-minded and see the unfortunates .. ; ,
chobee varying in width from five to
placed there because of alcohol. The .
made and that the latter are too *
even miles and about 60 miles in most conservative estimate indicates J
to be of any'r"al value in I
general
length, covering some 320 square that sixty-five to seventy-five percent COLLEGE of-
miles, 216,000 acres more or less. On determining the fertility of the soil. ''I of these are the victims of drink.:

That such a document would have 'I Go to the jails, penitentiaries, road- '
shown about 400 soundings
.the are
map
any weight or evidence is inconveiv- gangs and convict camps and you t'"r -. ,-,
or stations where soundings are able with the uninitiated the will find seventy-five to ninety per FLORIDA A ", \ "
purported to have been made aboutone even as cent of the men and women under w rQ ' ' '
involved and the time takenIn armed slaves of the : : \ ,
mile apart and, as shown on themargin acreage guards state "".: :}
.the survey have only to be considered because of alcohol. This useless dangerous ,',: I'. '_
of the map, twenty different drug is licensed and protectedby , :. ,, ."'..-11'' .
for moment to convince the
/ 'oils and sub-soils' are under consideration. average reader a of' its inaccuracy.From the state that in turn penalizes its.. i; KISSIMMEE,: FLORIDA,'. OFFERS'ITS .. I.
citizens because in this boasted republic rei .' : : err,1''
letters received on the I exercised their democratic '
have
many they ,,
That such a task could have been :-y.r I ,
subject since dais! matter first came rights of personal liberty to .
conscientiously performed in forty- worship and patronize the state's pet '
six days by three or four men no one up I urn selecting one as representingthe god. : COMBINED :
consensus of opinion, in which the .
can for a moment suppose to lie. possible I - -- - I $$90 $$7":0'SCHOLARStllP '

) who has the least familial ity writer says: .
"I have read letters in the fOR
your
with this clasH of work or the natureof t ,: E
Times Union and think you will have :
the country under examination. ,
ahundant to Fine ArtBy
Though the time expended m this opportunity prove your Eating a
contention that beds
> our peat areamong ,
work was not put down clearly in the '
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Florida's most valuable assets. Payable $10 Month
I I
Government Report a reference to ." per ., ", ,
the hotel register and the records of
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i ROBERT RA RON.I DR. J. Y. !'Olt'l'ERState i Per Discount for '
the boat used by the surveyors on I St. Augustine, Florida. Health Officer U1 yd&3fc 10 Cent Cash .:: ;=,

their trip establishes the fact that \ M e"eS5
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not more than forty-six days elapsed I' Eating is a fine art, mastered by ,, ?1f a t .. iJ ,'!

from the time they started on their some-not by all. ?4M44444045044444Gb.44 oo .ooooO' O'.O't..-
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trip until they returned. i W.C.T.U. COLUMN ]I II What to eat and! how to rat' it are t1 4 -- -- -

A large part of the area shown on the preliminaries and, then neglected M
"just C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN
the map is covered with heavy saw eating becomes mere feedingn WhatI Secretary.

man's head and I "There is nothing that this I II Want! r
grass higher than a age process necessary \o sustain life.

reliable parties who have had occasion from, needs whatever more, standpoint physically; ,we intellectually surveyit I Hogs feed and no Ftretch of the im 'Give me cake made, I The Waters &" CarsonGroceryCompany
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(.o explore the'se lands have I and morally, than thorough ven- agination can connect any refinements with Calumet know what I

stated to me that a man would do tilation."-Ruskin. with the act. I' I'm getting; -I know h'. .

well to force a passage through this The following is part of an addresson An invitation to dine is the highest pure," hole ome, nourishing, I
human life de- tempting and tasty.
"Conservation of ,
of a thousand yards a day. I tocial favor the ultimate act of hospitality :
grass livered at the'national convention, by "It'.all i in Calumet's wonderful lr
This was in fact the rate of pro Mrs. Curtis, state president of Texas. which a man can offer his leavening and raising

gress made for the last eight days by I The remainder will be given in our friend. The banquets of the ancient\ power- iti absolute purity. _

Mr. Ingraham's exploration party in next column: Rome are famous if history but in I Use Calumet for uniform
II We are living in an age of investI !- results and economy." Wholesale and Retail. Dealers in '
March 1892, through the saw grass times the distinguished
those most
gation. More and more the public guest wall R..hoocI Hi.b.rt Award )

lands. I mind is inclined to think out problems I who could devour the most Ns CHI BHI F.-..
rn GII, I. r..J c.
If the mapped stations have any' and. demand their solution along food, and gluttony contributed to the GROCER < ,.

lines of progress. Not only are moral decadence of the Empire. There are .
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reforms under consideration but
AKINp "
po'I'I lineal descendants of these old-time : ppyVD .
|, TAKES OFF DANDRUFF litical and social reforms also. '

HAIR STOPS FALLING I haps no line of world-wide thought feeders in these days, who, to the ,I t +
S now that we are in the midst of quantities that they consume have 'i.
II 440004000404060 444440004 4 . . .
f wholesale slaughter-has become so added a record-breaking speed with 0 4 > .,
Save Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottleof potent, fto accentuated and so neces- ,.
the conservation of human which the viands before them are 0 WE SELL: > 0 WE BUYI .,
Danderine right BOW-Also sary as 0 O 0 "
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life. Everywhere we see the sigrf, made to disappear. CMUMEJ
stops) itching scalp. 0 HAY 4 6 :.
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"Safety First. Life, human life, at The aniatuer sword-swallowers, D1DES ,
4
!'. Thin brittle colorlees and scraggy 1| last has become the asset of nations. '.
who shovel food into the apparently 0 GRAIN 4 .
'hdl" is mute evidence of a neglected Material wealth, natural resources, 0 O FURS ...
I such as waterways, highways, forests bottomless caverns that are reached 0 .
f t scalp; or'dandruff-that awful scur/ and mines are no longer the natiQ.i'sasset through their mouths, as the fireman 0 FERTILIZERS O O .' . ;

There is nothing so destructive to the nation's greatest need. We passes coal into the furnace, belongto .. WOOL :,. 1.t,
(the hair as dandruff it robs the' iairI at last have learned that the divine 0 SHINGLES 0 AND'K'" "
< the "feeding" class. They 'are J 0 4 fwl'i i
in
concerningman the world .
I of its lustre, its strength and its,very is purpose to live a life and grow & IOU!. It I quite as cultured at the table as'the 4 ORANGE BOXES O ... j :\ '"..

)ifs eventually producing a tev rilh- : 0 -4. ALL ., 1 (
I.' ; is the prime function of governmentto herd that) ran headlong into the sea
of the which him this The 0 ORANGE WRAPS, O ..
nets and itching scalp, give opportunity. and was drowned. They devour soup,
crime of the centuries is the > O COUNTRY ko ." I jl,
blightingof
jJ.!J. not remedied causes the hair"roots : coffee other \'{' (
human life--ivl nations shall be ,and liquids audibly, and VEGETABLE CRATES 41' ." ... ,
1 shrink loosen and die-then the I called into judgment for this one sin. they know not the use of napldna. PRODUCE. .. i

IT falls out fast A little Danderine I'A natipn may lose every dollar it has; They but dimly appreciate the purposes 0 CRATE NAILS .: ';. ". -,:; ; . '

sight now--any timerr-will surely its waterways.may becomechoked, of knives. fork and andgenerally 0040l0 ".:;t".:

:ve yelnr hair. and it*. forest devastated,' bat with them. spoon' CNIICCAGOO 4000000400004000 0.OOia10We ...; ,.. ... ....; : :\....
mix '
manhood, intellectual moral and physical ,- r- '\ ." ,
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Gets 25,cent; bottle of Knowlton's. : left to it Its coltt.rs will be filled What ;to eat J There 1* no mystery ell field! and garden seeds of all kiiwfc > '"""-, .oWi "('" \$- -;

ierin*) from' any drug store. You ill waterway made clear, Its forests about it. If you are UJ,'.at what the give special'attention. ! to fitting outhunting D1 camping parties.." 4,."t:1' ':

ely'era have beautful} hair and Iou reinstated.In that dodo* ay* you may )rave. If you are Cheap and Mgr nB lrlngTwd r order Uve and ; < "
It It yn'will just try a little Dan.TBin'your crow a soul it i* necessary man may that he develop in normal healUiTeat' what you want save yon moo ..Ca1am.td .e It'sPore We are county agent for good feruliiert.;, Ask... .us'' or. arrn't. ,, ;.!lat.-e'u. : '.ron
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: + ; or 1" hairl Try-ftf ''the divine art, character; and what,experience. ..,.-- !La* 'ahowri.you'I* 'as- and far aoperiorto moat tnilkvandaoda. fertilizen. % *"::1'I : -.' "s.' .' "f'.')' '
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: c Crepe Wrists, silk finish, in the latest striped $ Regular $..00 Leather Lined Caps in all colors and Jl I ;

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'j I I', u,1r ). sure It In. thoofore ordered. )< .....P08840040.... .... .......... . '
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I Ual 1,1 IWn-residrmt defendant 10"
, : COUNTY MAN SEARS WILL AID IN WALKING OVER WORLD lI"dI.,Nil. ,Is h..It)' r..qulro'd to "I'ar toI I
'h. 1(111 f I'uub/In, tHud I6 au,1)
I ?' cause
I o,1, el :hfur: Afundny: : : the! 3rd day ofJunury
'. A II 1916 1 otherwt.e thn alh.- Classified Advertisement
GROWINGNATAL HAY CITRUS CANKER FIGHTCONGRF"SMAN TO FEE I..i.
bt1r:1 .. WIN$100,000 gatious ruhfess.d, of to)said surd hili defendant.It will. he. taken In .i .i

--- Is further orol..d hltl this ord..rb.
:.; .. published once It week for FOURrmn.rruttve .. .. .
; WRITES MANA- .... ..
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y SPECIAL: ARTICLE IN THE JACK- MAN AND WIFE HERE ON JOUR we ks In tt" K.simmerValley

L' ,t ,," BONV1LLK METROPOLIS GIVES GER OF ORANGE COUNTY SUB- NEY MUST NEITHER BEG, ill std 'CouIty laxetle. and a ,1re State apaper published DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. FOR SALE-Large and small residences '

I"" \ '," CREDIT TO C. IL MORSMAN EXCHANGE THAT HE WILL DO STEAL OK WORK TO MAKE Thu.. 2..d day' "f Uucember. A. 1 JUI& Tiller. well located. Also vacant

r. \ : Fr FOR" HIS CROP ON FARM BETWEEN ALL POSSIBLE TO SECURE THEIR WAY AND MUST DE- K'lrc-uit( J 1. ()V I HSTHI JET. FOR RENT-Three furnished lots and farm tracts improved.
" ., Court 8val) Clerk 'of thv Circuit Oourt. rooms,
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;; ' ." {, KISSIMMEE AND -ST. FEDERAL APPROPRIATION. POSIT THIRTEEN CENTS IN JAMKtf M JOHNHTON. very reasonable, 113 Main St. 49tf Cash or terms. P. O. Box 346. 49-4

(f ,': : CLOUD.' BANKS OF EACH COUNTRY.To Deputy Clerk. I. ''e
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c, .1 J i KHIHUS. & STEEL>
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co W. J. Sears, of Kis- 14ollcl
tits J "II i) ,.. ? Prominence is given in the Jacksonville Bimmee Congressman, will do all in his power to visit every state in the union, _Please Call. Mrs. II. D. Geiger. FOR wagon SALE, one OR TRADE 2 cy. Buick for horse In good and I ,

J-r: bey' } Metropolis to the growing of secure a federal appropriation to aid sixty-nine countries and nineteen ,j. IIEl'IIKTF Tilt < ONUIT1ON OF 48-2tpd
condition good tires must sell
I 4' ''ot" 'natal Osceola county. In a the citrus canker light, the Or- lands within of six TIIK IHEKIVf!* BANK ; or i :"1'
-!' says a period years
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article trade at
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i.\\ special from the Me
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Cloud
I.! ; lando Reparter-Star. The following months and five days is the FOR SALE-Full-blooded ll"
eight .
'. I. the Hl.tr of Klorlda. at tar rloar of Jersey cow, Box %U. KI lIlmm.". '
r t< j. ,' ''BmakS 7.: letter has been received from him by task before Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bel- liu.1..... ,.... IU, 1VI3..uaiiH : Will be fresh December 10th. C. 7U? : <.'

.S; \, .' j.. 'J no difference what it is, if A. B. Johnson manager of the Or- land who visited Kissimmee this i H. Funk, Kissimmee, Fla. fiOtfI
4' S 'r' ;:.) ? it, grows' from seed It will grow tolt ange county sub-exchange of the week in their tour of the world on "n (1t llat.It 1.00U. rill refer Seiiirllvother FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage I

\: , ,:... access in Osceola county and the Florida Citrus Exchange: foot. thiin Kt al ,KHtale: I FOR SALE OR TRADEAutomobilein rose in; $12 per month. E. ( ;
J ,,, :Saco. baa been demonstrated by Mr. Kissimmee Pla., Nov. 26. If they successfully accomplishthis ,All < >thi-t I.txins unit, I>|HTutul E. Wells, Real Estate and IncurIV'
cf"1It .. C., H. Morsman who owns and operW' Orlando Fla. ou"tN $2'1:1.335: 53I good condition. Can be seen at ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn).
,. Hon. A. B. Johnson task Mr. Belland says, they will I"It IAl, uftN,, 1,11U4
t '\, ates\an extensivefarm on the roadtoJCusimmee Dear Mr. Johnson: receive a reward of $100,000)() put up Stet", 011..1", 11.,1. Marsh lpnlMond. Lupfer & Prather Garage. 47tf. e

I', 5j : a couple of miles from Yours of the 13th: inst. in re. SN'lIring by n syndicate in Washing-ton. Mr. ... I.. . , 1964.6Stn --- ---
v k. of Col 1,6611
: por.l'? tie U"
r 8t.'CV- >uA federal aid to help in the f fight Holland declares that he was the '' Itn,1l.lug 1t""N. I lo'ul/lIll1'" '| FOR SALJ.-HARAIN-3200 acres FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway." iI

yl 1 fa ;: .Mil MorsmaB came here something against citrus canker in the state received thirteenth (child' of his and ..aid. l'lslun, 22,56612 i j file pasture land at $3.12: per acre. I 29 ft. o. a. converted cabin cat
... o _i wear ago from Nebraska and and noted. I March I'I''h. I H"II INtale: "..52'I"r' ; ; r
same horn the ISth: of 1KK1.
was on <\ W. Ward Flo. 47tf
Kissimmee
tlur .
on I..o'ah.d' [
completeily for
based this of land. I equipped cruising.
i, r ,tract Being I am receiving a great many of To keep up the thirteen combination, I".. ..d.H 1.53r !11'I'I ,
/J ,',_. 'farmer, and grower of hay ( f years these letters from my constituents I they left the corner of Pennsylvania //,1 lies a,1d. 1,1: h, uges., fur. Will sell at very reasonable price.
,. . ,.. FOR) RENT-:= four
? w ? experience he knew good land when the district.As .11 1"'" "I .tt" .h room cottage,
throughout atenue and Thiiteenth street in .., See or write W. W. Saunders 316
l n'lf ,fi8-he( sw'itr and after studying; the I have already assured Mr. Gillett ;j Washinjrlon, at !P I:1H: I : a. m on the lath I ,' ,I.T" II..." 11..1 ::1.4 621';;', 71I'nultt I' close in, and with modern equipments Mabbette St. Ki simmee.

,, I \ :meads i of this county, decided thatI''stock'feed and in fact, months and months i I' of May 1MH!) :!, with only thirteen cents a"d ('Its \'arrxulx, 2."f,3t at reasonable price. Inquire tf
55, ut the Manse number 15 church
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4 b was the most important. ago promised to support any m"u.mrewhich in their possession. ,
/ j eat'oncn, puttinghis land ini' would for aid this 274.703" I street. BO-lt
secure us in | One of the requirements of their
'r fhape'for. cultivation, and this past fight, I think it needless for me to trip is that they shall deposit thirteen I.lahlllllrntCiipltal FOR SALE-A ten-acre square tract, ti tiof +
1.spring1 planted corn, beans and several promises. 1 cents in thirteen banks of statein Slink 1 I-altl In . 35 mm onSuipliiM STRAWBERRY PLANT Send $2.60 the finest quality citrus land '
every _
( ;l z \ varieties 'of grass. Each crop However, I will state to you that I the United States and in one hank I'llllM': :idl d l-'iintl fronts' I I I.. HH 10xPIIIHI ; 13 into on I for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. fenced; one and one-half miles from ,

4 i proved success, but natal grass topped shall use my utmost efforts in trying ''of every count.*. He has deposit H .nd Tn..s 1'alrl 25'06 Peach plum, pear and cherry trees railroad station. For further
(. ; the list; and the coming year that to secure aid from the governmentand to show that he has already done Individual 1 liepoHltH< I Hubjot! I at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- particulars

i ?', 'will be the-main crop.: sincerely trust that I may be thIs slips in every state of the United t-mand to Check<'erl KU-att-w. of Deposit -- 134.356 foot E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48 tf inquire of H. W. Stearns, f

.r ,. First-class Timothy 'hay costs IntM'eel..hborhood succes tul. States and in. Mexico. To comoletethe - 3.400 00 Loughman Florida. 47-tf
of thirty-five dol With kind regards and best wishes trip they must travel 83,617 miles. Time CertlnratcH of Iinpi> >Hlt 31.464 91Ca.hier's I STALLION (FRED)-For, Colt ser

i (lars' a. ton. and alfalfa is a shade I I beg to remain, I 57,305 miles by land and 28,312 miles -Checks_ "Outstanding _- -. 892 84BnvlnKS vice. Sturdy, strong, Intelligent, FOR SALE--Three-room house and

'higher.'while our native hay is bringi Your truly by water. If successful they will ar- JepOHlts _ 14325 44 gentle, medium size, excellent con- lot, $350 twenty-five. dollars cash
; : ,
Hills
will ble
i !ting twenty dollar Natal grass W. J. SEARS M. C. rive in Washington, D. C., on Janu- pay u 311.75000
.' six to, tons to the dition. Money refunded if no colt. balance $10.00 month. This
produce from, eight per
ary 18, 1920 at 9:13: a. m. They are Total __ 274763.80
.,'. ,a year, and.if it is sold for as The United States government is now fifty-seven days ahead of their State of FloridaCounty ;: -- u u 422 West Oak Street 49-tf beats paying. rent J. M. WUUon

JIW,as twenty-five-dollars a ton., it conducting a soil Investigation on the schedule. of Osceola. BS.:: Jr. '
?: loU in' Orlando. The citi- I. Paul K. Weaver Cashier of the FOR RENT Rooms unfurnished I
,
i' be. a mosi'remunerative; crop to government They must have the postmark of above-named Dank do solemnly awear t
ceiu who were not wise to the government every postofflee in the cities they that tha above statement I. true to the beautiful lake view, delightful ::two lots
....1. no' Question but what Na- project lost a lot of time beat of my belief. FOR SALE- ,mU
J(; i fiat r grass will do as well here as it speculating* -to the meaning and visit stamped on a ribbon. 'Mr. Bell- PAUL wk.dE'l E Cachler.. neighborhood, 121 Patrick St., close bargain; $50 down $10 per month.fl
10' and exhibited the ribbon he is ATTEST
': the hole drilled now : in; $5 month. 48tf or will rent cheap. Also 7 acrea'fronting
: I 'Will anywheresaid Mr. Moraman..f purpose of large being ARTHUR K DONBOAN. per /
ff using to this claim. He
,fir :" '*for;! bye as good a crop as a man In the northwest corner of the lot. j that he has prove the of 16.170postoffices says JOHN R RRONMON.A. Big Sand Lake, 6-roomJ
":\t.;. would want; ana it as as good a brandy Many thought the excavation work postmarks / \V. (1UHTUH. I>lrcrlors.Subscribed The new princess robe shows the plastered bungalow and outbulld' .
936 yards of rib oh and
on sworn to before me
01.7" .a, man ever fed to stock. was being started for a new postof Part of the ribbon has been forwarded this 20th day of Nov normal waist line and full _gathered ings fruit tffees, 1000 nursery trees!
: : is what flee building. I KATHRYN rJ9Itvll.COX. for sale or trade. R. P. .
rv r'TM question of stock feed i to Washington to be held in trust skirts Gilpln.V!\
';\% has kept the country back but I firm- i, for him there. CO-lt Notary Public Winter Home Fla. 49-lt)
v--tf--.ly; believe that the question is.solved Pensacola served all the prisoners '
all -- --- --- - --1
They must answer questions - -- - f
-
'' Si . ,"'t'n";' 'li ,the growing of Natal grass. Thepractice in the city and county jails with a asked them must keep their temper ----- --.-.-_ -

1 'of buying stock feed from special Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey and must not beg borrow steal, workor
IE
4'S R ,,;, A::'the-West has kept these people broke and cranberry sauce did not figureon solicit help. They are to make i
.' 4 I' ':'(' nd thefr cattle half fed but now that the menu but there were enough their simply by free will

''#"the)"y.have found a good feed they can good things to remind the prisoners offerings expenses and take the names of all The Victrola is I
". of the fact of the festive and
4 i, I cf dollars In their pockets and a that they had not been forgotten. of names and addresses which he
I About .ixty prisoners enjoyed thecity'
par: says contains over 16,000 names of
4J .. 'tares. If i hospitality in the county jail who have helped them. 1
persons
Irt (f''A' large number of peopJe have vis while the number regaled in the city The purpose of the trip is to com-
is mentioned. ideal for
LL : jail not pile a tourist guide of the entire Christmas -

with5oat, SONNY'S PREFERENCEThe world and E. A. Richards, Washington -
' r+l rJ who plants Natal grass seed I."X' is tells of this D. C., is secretary of the syndicate -
; the. man who is going to become in- Plttsburc Dispatch which has offered the prize of

: x.ct4depen/lent. dialogue: $100,000 for the successful completionof .

4a' ..iI' ', .. "FatherT""Wbat the trip. It is sure of a hearty
.' I Mr. Belland they have already
says
Is It. son? "
:, : TOtTGH TLOTprobably travelled 19,438 miles. They were in welcome on Christmas t. "< ,
"When I grow up I'm gonna be a ?
(/ s ; few humorists Mexico last year and he says they :
't. doctor." were arrested 42 times in eleven days
r }' ; ; rho can tell more funny morning and it will
Jt" "Allopath T""Nope. while in the Carranza line They M O .
{ 1 } W. Pett Ridge says TIt- went from here to Tampa from R _

.. j1, f? \ : : i time ago at a publls which place they will embark for be a favorite all year tW '
.R "Homeopath T" Guatemala! Central America. They
told'of a man who one
+ '. I "Nope." are allowed to accept a reduction of '

i ': ; ; ; a London police court. Electric?" $25 in the passage of each from the round. 1

//1 '" :fVvX'A' ; happened to recog- steamship company if the company 1 11
; ': + "Nope." offers it The Victrola 1
: t : a"Tellow club man and but must pay the remainderin pleases
., "
{; cash.
"Chrlopractlc?
.... : him to take a seat on {
"
Ij' s The.vlsltpr was dell.htr "Nope. every one-glves every I
"Psychotherapist?" :>OTI< K OF MIIKHIKVS JtAI.K
CD .
., ; done him and .. he
; he "Nope." TO AM WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: body the kind of music fTxl
the magistrate
sake, what?" Notice IB hereby Kiven that I will ,
"Fdr goodness. ..II before. the Court ]House door In "
the crowd- *
('{S ; rtagly round "Corn."" tfiHlmmre.. Oarrnla. I'ollnt). Fla on they like best. ( 1 i
2: \ \ ,'rt the 3rd Any. of Jim., 11U ft, during thtlitrwl .
s: .. l bourn of salt to the heat ondhl"h..s'
..
t ..' :" >*I ,easel you haTe, a remarkably.toagnMotof.eustbmers CHILDRENS HOME OFFERINGSThe = bldili-r/ for cash. ,, th. following And there's a Victrola d \ 4
d ear rihr"A In Ht.
prupelty CIouil. OBceolu -
1, 11 .. / to deal withtbti'Jnorphpg4he :: County.!: HH.: ,. to-wlt I
4 h.' said In to Westminster class of the Pres- I.otB 3 ",,<1 4 of Itlock .100. to BiitUfy
I.; \" : : surprise byterian Sunday school is preparing I n Judgment of J K. FnirlM, A Co.. within the reach of all-
.
f' ,thi inagletrate.,,'.. a box for the Children's Home ut Hu-Mlnat John Itjvhlnvor In the MUITI of'' 'iJ
. .
;rJ-\'t\' ".1>fJoIY-u.hf""" replied 'the magistrate, Jacksonville to be packed the 17th. I' Hl( 7l.!' 6lh.KHlil 1916.This ju'II4'1. bvliiK filitalncdApril $15 $25 $40 $50 $75 :
,
w"' 'oJ., : '' .Impose silence All persona who have spare articles ,, 2nd day of Orrein1..-r. IMS.I ,
i'q k"' ''l' yibakingha. bud-to. that! will be useful cr are ci" ulated ,, H. INliHAM.;
"J
,z "J.,.: iti, t.t.'' .- those are Jhelawyera... to give pleasure to the children may I I SO-H Hh.-rllT. $100 $150 $200, $250, $300 $350. nl.I..heVI..nl.rvl.S200'Vlcnol.;XVJ. ...ndr. $230m ;1//it
; >- bring them in to the manse to Mri.
.. R; % 4'g J. W. Evans corner of Beaumont and Olll>|.:ll FOIL t'l'HMCATION Come in and the r
line. r
., I""r; ....ft'.' '' . '.)tADB, Mabbette or to Miss Jean Caldwell, IM THK ('.H4TIT (-ol HT OF TI1H see co plcte We'll gladly play a.1I;

'wiead\ Kshmn who lined at 307 Church street as may be most !K\KNTII: Jl IM('I4I. CIIICI'IT' 01''flip music wish to hear and explain of "
'yherr you our plan
/ ; convenient to themselves. Such things HTATK or ri.ouinA.Al IN easy terms. 1 ,
.
.' 7: ,("' P ht" famlljref jwyen,,Klgantlc aons. will be cheerfully received, packed IN KouHO CIIANCKHY IA 81.11I0 P1)IiNTY: '

... "}pdini-1t4 Ills;,Bails i:to lok'at, them. and shipped tto'uot, bay things for 1 CI *jiif

/ '" .. ._........:*Argonaut .--.' LLtfe; box. Let those who wish 'to JohB v.K......Kmmtm, Ce..plata.at 40 R. DE WITT BROWN ;
'. ) ",clnQallredA put. in- money do so but let it be sent liana. B. Tladall. Adl.labrtr.trla ., tae ,
; 1Ip.,1)01.T" i
f. ;
'
I ,. .....p'ther'. .. on' to thahorn' where it can be invested Hlatata at Mo,. n. Tladalt.
.,A : '\91. discreetly for the best interestof Haaa n. Ttaaall mm* J. ta..... K....... ,< '
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I c.ce Pianos
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:, ::'? ; y/! ;, 0 ;lhv v""tor.,,:'t the, home., .' Victrolas

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