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 10, 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: VID00728
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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t COUNCIL APPOINTS :COMMITTEE TO.,, 'PLANLAKEFRONT. :BULKHEAOING' "X :



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;1: h NURSERY WILL BROWN ACQUITTEDOF 1 I ISAND-' ASPHALT PAVING BLOCK Will HELP TEACHERS, DETAILS TO" BE. 4, '


JOHNSON MURDER GO 'TO TALLAHASSEE

GROW TREES TO BE GIVEN FIRM 1Q USE MAPPEttOUIATNCE _

.. '- or- JURY BRINGS IN VERDICT AFTER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AGREESTO > ,
\ THREE HOURS DELIBERA- PAY $15 TOWARDS EX.'

FOR, ROADS TION AND COURT REMAINS IN 150 MEN PENSE OF ALL TEACHERS
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SESSION TO HEAR FINDINGS 1 I TESJJjERE WHO WILL ATTEND STATE :

t WHICH WERE REPORTED AT 3 EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION y t

A. SUNDAY.. j(I MEETING. '

I:.COUNTY. DECIDES TO ESTABLISH ..:.-- ,.!COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DECIDE WORK OF BUILDING STEEL AND ROMA THOMAS J;W.THOMPSOH'

;PLANT OF, ITS OWN IN WHICH After three hour deliberation the J! TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR CONCRETE .STRUCTURE ON Teachers of the public schools in AND DR; .W?Jto 1 CARSON TO ..: '

'TO PRODUCE ORNAMENTALS jury in the case of Dan Brown, chargr-j I!! ONE MILE 'ROADWAY OF FIVE CITY BLOCK SITE WILL Osceola county who will attend the CONFER WITH.CITY,ATTORNEY'Y' Y, ?
ed with the murder of S. S.
Johnson
j, FOR HIGHWAYS AS WELL AS returned a verdict of not guilty. The I THAT 'MATERIAL BETWEEN BEGIN NEXT WEEK AND SAWMILL sessions of the State Educational! Association 0'BRYANv.TQ. : ; .,

CITRUS TREES FOR COUNTY'S Jury retired at midnight after listenIng I I I I KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD AS WILL BE PUT IN OPERATION in Tallahasoee December 28, SARY LEGAL*STEPS,TO;START',

-' '"! GROVE. to impassioned addresses from |I EXPERIMENT. I AT ONCE. 29 and 30, will be given $15 -ach by ACTUAL ", ** *. | ,**. ,,, i
.. Attorneys Johnston Landis and i the County School Board to help pay t UailrrHfe: aWHiCARSON
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State's Attorney Jones for the state their exponsec. With Christmas' holiday t I

r :,EVANS SUGGESTS PLAN and mer Attorneys for the defense.Z. Bass and Tom Pal- ;I TO PAVE LIBBY HILL 30,000 BRICK DAILY probably rates dofray in effect ofl: the this nocrstury amount will expenses ;HAKES P TALK""

The court room was crowded to the j I of the teachers who will at-. ro o ; },
last seat and many were standing I I '
;,. WILL -AID SUPERINTENDENT when the arguments were begun at GOOD ENTHUSIASTS OF THIS WILL BE CAPACITY OF tend.This action was taken at the meeting TELLS, COUNGIIIw.BOABD':: ,OF: ba

DAVIS OF POOR FARM IN ESTABLISHMENT 7 o'clock Saturday night The fameof I ST. CLOUD AND KISSIMMEEFAIL NEW PLANT WHICH WILL BE of the school board this wook, TRADE.'BUSINESS HEN1 AND ta
both Landis for the state and Pal- with the that each teacher ,"' ,
OF NURSERY mer for the defense as criminal law- TO REACH COMPROMISEAND LOCATED AT AND ADJOINING provision PROGRESSITE CITIZENSABE1: / ;; ,f
must furnish a receipt, showing membership ""
MAINTENANCE KISSIMMEE LUMBER COM AGREED BULKHEADING .. ...
AND ITS AF- yers and orators brought out the UNLESS COUNTY MEET- in the state association upon THAT
TER IT HAS BEEN STARTED. large attendance and those who were I ING IS CALLED TO EFFECT PANY'S OLD MILL-ENGINEER their return. SHOULD BE DONE AS SOON:AS

COUNTY BUYS, 100 TREES FOR present were not disappointed the I PLAN SYSTEM OF DISTRICT PROMISES TO HAVE ENTIRE The county board of education is POSSIBLE UNDER ACT PASSED r 4 ',.,

GROVE AND GIVES EVANS OR- .oratorical display.Whenthe jury} did not report for BONDING MAY BE ADOPTEDTO FACTORY IN OPERATION county anxious attend to have this the and teachers all other of meetings the- BV LAST SESSION"ph'LEGIS.' <<; t!

'; RER TO BUY SEED. hours the crowd dwindled but there SECURE ROADS. WITHIN SIXTY DAYS. heldyfor the benefit of teachers ""LATURE.. r. "t'> ;;,. 't

; were many who remained to hear the of the stale: and has urged all of the -'" .. ..
t L Osceola county will be among the verdict, Judge Perkins keeping court I I Although the good roads advocateswere Employing between 160 and 200 teaching fce of the county to make Kissimmee's'I "waterfront '''beau.-
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,) first counties.tlf the first county \. ..on....pace.....6)... unable to reach an agreement men' the Tucker Brick company will the trip to Tallahassee. ttful Lake Tohopekallga. . .'. '.will. be
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I' in the state to establish its own nursery the matter of the material to be be'in operation in Kissimmee within bulkheadedf I i-- r
'. to grow trees to be placed along Ion. in improving the roads of the I sixty days, according to the present The city council:;went."record' In il/jv
:+y the highways of the county as they MORE LIGHTS TO BE j county, so that the county commissioners plans of the officers of the company. 7 TON ROLLER HERE' favor of the' proposition'at its meetV' n'
,' are completed. could be asked at their meet- Erection of JL steel 1 and concrete build- ing- Tuesday night and appointeda '> '
?XfMr'' The establishment of a nursery was ing this week to arrange for the calling ing) to house the machinery of the committee to BO i into ,the?' .details.of .dy.,.('
,; decided upon at the meeting of tbeJ PUT ON ROAD TO CLUB of a bond election, the board de- plant will begin next week upon the FOR USE ON ROADS the work at once.; .? r-i< '' ,, f ('I!, ",
county commissioners held this week. ,cided to give a trial to the sand-as- arrival of the company's engineer: That committee *1. .,composed ,. of r' r" ,
J,t; The nursery will be located at the"it I Iphalt material which the St. Cloud who baa reported to the company officials I *. Councilman Roma* Thomas ,J.., W, '\,'
County Poor Farm, where the county Councilman E. C. Bryan brought delegation demanded for the road that he will rush the buildingto I A seven ton road roller l rated Thompson and W.W.iCarson. The Ie'
;V ,. owns a citrus grove of considerable before the city council at its meeting from Kissimmee, St. Cloudto (completion. The plant will have by a gasoline engine, manufactured council passed >**"..resolationasking .'.- "
,' sice. It will also include citrus through the capacity to turn out 30,000 bricks that this committee- be-named by-the.
a a nur- held Tuesday night the matter of the Brevard there to by the Kelly-Springfield Company of ;
"'; >;/ :sery.: ; placing more MgnU along the extension join a road into Melbourne. daily. t I I Springfield Ohio arrived Thursdayand chairman and .hat..'. City' J1<(' The matter was brought before the of Clyde avenue towards the j This trial of sand-asphalt will be This company has purchased five was .unloaded here. This roller O'Bryan, be asked to furnish-tfte"ioun-l;
r$'!. (t,1 county commissioners byB. E. Evans,I club house of the Golf and Country made on the road from Kissimmeeto solid city blocks on the shores of Lake I I has been purchased by the Alabama cil with i the necessary legal f steps ,toy ft
county farm demonstrator and John Club. The council referred the mat- St. Cloud at whai; is known as the Tohopelialiga, in South Kissimmee.! Paving Company for use on the road be'taken'enderthe, provisions of. .the.]
t. Davis, superintendent of the county ter to the electric light committee and Libby hill, where the depth of sand 'including the mill and equipment of from the city limits to. the Orange act passed.by the. last session of.they1'
;1, farm. It was occasioned by the fact th. lightinBr) ,of the roadway is- now i makes the worst piece of road between the Kissimmee Lumber company. This county line. state legislature: ,which I rave the*city 1
1 j' ;,that it was necessary to buy 100 trees issured. The club company promises 1 the two cities, the most of mill will be put in operation as a sawmill I P. E. Congdon, representing the the right. to',do.th.:work'and. AUe w)
'..jt Jto; replace old ones, which had been '.p continue the lights from the city (which is already hard-surfaced and at once. (I manufacturers accompanied the rol- the 1 cost, with the exception streets!,' J
removed from the county" orange limits to the dub which will make in fair condition. The board of coun- The brick to be manufactured will against.: property, owners- It-Js.pro-' "+
1"' 'grove. The board authorized the purchase the road a well lighted one. ,ty commissioners decided to build a be the recently discovered Tucker ler and superintended the unloading. posed to do the work, by.:.the,certifl- '
Mr. will also rema'n I
F of these tree. from E. M. Mal- The street committee will also take '|mile of the sand-asphalt at this point Wood-Tex brick made by a patented Congdon ty>r cate method-and i allow the property '.
,;, lette who represents the Gulf Fer- up the matter of Improving this road {and will advertise for bids for the process worked out by President J.j j some time to demonstrate the man- owners ten years to pay their.assessmenU -.. '
{ 'tilizer' which is traveled Wade Tucker, who is also manager of ner of operating the roller which Is in equal installmentsVtj:
'1 4j company [ heavily during the work, the road to be sixteen feet wide,
;,. Demonstration Agent Evans then winter season, when many visitorsare put on at thickness of four inches the\ Everglades Cypress company, a of a new pattern and believed to bea .It .j.,believed that aaU.faetory"l'oi
spoke of the benefits of a county nursery going to and from the clubhouse. I land pressed to three .inches. This large lumber concern located at great improvement over the b'd langements.can now be made for"thV
u,' / .. for both citrus and ornamental i action was taken upon motion of Commissioner Loughman just west of Kissimmeeon style rollers.SCHOOLS. sale of city, certificates <
u -trees. .He assured the board that if I A. F. Bass, of St. Cloud, the Atlantic Coast Line railroad. ,do' the, work'and it will lIeceaaaf7'i'
the nursery were authorized ha would MANY WINTER VISITORS and seconded by Young Tindall, commissioner I The officers of the company whichis of the committee.named .
assist Mr. Davis in starting and main- of District Four. capitalized at $100,000 are: J. WILL CLOSE this as well.. all. other,'details look:'?
;staining it. He cited the benefits to be Prior to the meeting of the boarda Wade Tucker president; E. L. Lesley, ing toward the 'mappingrouV..of,.
w derived from planting shade trees HAVE ADYABRIVED joint meeting! was' held by the road chairman of the board of county commissioners definite pl&l\ of procedure. This co.
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:>along the roads' and the saving inr' enthusiast of St. Cloud and Kissirn- and one of the principal FOR 2 WEEKS.HOLIDAY: mittee.lt is believed, IT"
.: moneY from growing these trees and : mee at which an attempt wal madeto stockmen of the county,, first vice- the next .session of th.'llriM:1. :or'st
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the citrus 'trees needed in the eoun. That there .are more winter visitors -: reach some sort of a compromisein 'president] W. A. McCool one of the >*M IMMMB I especial session
ty's own nursery. The plan met'with In Kissimmee than at' the same: regard to the road material to be principal stockholders jof the Ever- Arrangements have been 'made, by to'report. ' . J p.Tb. .. <
p instant,aproval by a unanimous vote time last year Is the. statement of i used in improving the roads. The'St. glades Cypress company and an ex- the County Board of Education to .- matter of bulkheadln/was''
.''c 'of the board. Mr. Evans and Mr. Davis many residents who have occasionto Cloud delegation which was composed tensive fruit grower, who also has close all -PL-trie schools two weeks for brought before' the j city ,.council'by1 ,
4 were authorized to purchase/the know what they are talking about. of William Bircher, W. J. Illman large interests at Beaver Falls, Pa., the CtuJBBBfrs holidays. The schools committee ,of.prominent citizens'wno! :
necessary seed 'and other materials All of the regular winter visitors, F. 11. H. Pope, J. W Squires and L. S. second 'Vice-president; J. Wade Tucker will clodBPon December 17th and reopen had been named by the board.of trade
1 needed for the establishment of the who have homes! here have arrived Frost, was committed to the propo- treasurer; C. A. Carsop! president on Januarv 3rd. 1816. -This will several weeks .ago., .This>,scommitt

nursery and it will be started at .once. and there are many new faces to be (Continued on page 6)) (Continued_._ on page_.._Two._ ...). ... . give the teachers and pupils a week (Continued,on*pace T) >>4.I ,
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seen about the city. The hotels and ... before Christmas and a week after :


NETS OVER $700 FROM boardIng-br every_ houses lng Indication tourist are filling points year up after to rapidlyand a record thehrlstmes WORK TO BEGIN SOON REAL ESTATE ACTIVE; the ward.The teachers vacation an period will also give- GRADING, DPON ,MAIN'


': 1 ACRE OF EGGPLANTt tourIsts arrive holidays from, when the north.most of the ON ROAD TO ORLANDOActual TWO MORESAlES MADETraffic of the Association which meetings is made at of the Tallahassee elsewhere.C.W.B.M.DA State Educational., mention STREET,-'STARTS. ;,SOO' .

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TI grading Of:. the?.extension
Over $700 net profit from one acre ASKS OSCEOLA COUNTYTO work on the three miles Of in real estate Is active in Y OBSERVEDAT Main street, :recently -widened, f i
of eggplant is the experience of Rull road in Osceola county to join... theOrang'S Kissimmee and vicinity just at the Vine street. rarth' : o.the;eltJ"rll
Bass, of Kissimmee. county road to Orlando will present time and two more deals are In preparation for'the
Mr. Bass planted an acre of egg- EXHIBIT AT FAIR begin within the next few day. The reported thTs" week by the Breaker CHRISTIAN, CHURCH street as rprovidfor Vlng'Of- In.. th*.
plant on his farm at Johnson's Island Alabama Paving company which has and Barclay agency.Throu&h election held several''month
this fall because he had heard so much the contract to complete this! road this agency J. C. Dowding begin within,a few day. ago
about this crop as a money maker. HOWARD CURRY, OF TAMPA, with concrete curbed brick paving, traded a house and three lots in the The '
'i He found his land suited to the grow VISITS CITY TO CONFER WITH has placed the water pipes on the Farmer addition to Mrs. Prank Tay-, SPLENDID PROGRAM ARRANGED Tuesday city night.council took 'a.1t1". .
tb.
ing of eggplant and spent less than ground in preparation for laying the lor for her house and lot on 'Beau- AND RENDERED LAST SUNDAY \ It 1 tip' me
PROMINENT MEN IN REGARDTO *:likely that .,the eouftycon::
fertilizer it. :
sib for to prepare curbs and two carload. of brick Are mant avenue. Mr. Dowling is a win- EVENING WITH GOOD gangwiU'do the?
The eggplant grew luxuriantly PARTICIPATION IN SOUTII already in the railroad yards here in ter reslden/ t In Klsslmmee., coming grading, .. under;
,. fruited in splendid shape. Until the FLORIDA FAIR TO BE HELD IN preparation for actual paving., here every winter from his! home In MUSIC AND A NUMBER OF INTERESTING the sup.rvlsion'.t'Captt'L' '-f a.
premier,road billd '"
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recent slight frost the el'O'Olant was PAPERS' AND AD- ;
TAMPA. Engineer Ramsay of Orange county Cherokee. Iowa. He believes in the o.
shipped regularly each week by. Mr. who was employed by the county future of KJuslmmee and Is making DRESSES.
Bass and he stated this week that tommisrfloners to superintend the investments here. 'C'OLLECTOR'BANDy'HA'
his returns showed that exclusive of Osceola county will likely have an work, states that he has conferred The other sale reported by this ,
;,,' all expense he had cleaned up something exhibit at the South Florida Fair to with the contractors and that they agency was that of the Bartlett or- Sunday evening, December 5th, C. '
} over $700. be held in Tampa February 4 to 12, have promised to start work at once. ange grove of six: acres near Ocoeeto W. B. M. Day was observed at the NEAR: :$18,000; TAX
be evidence that the 1916. This statement follows the visit
rThat' ought to -
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;;:.I The contractors are under 'bond to Mr. Hasselvander of Menton Ala Christian church with a 'plendld.pro- I
soil in this section of Florida is fer- of Howard Curry, of conferring was complete this road before the openingof bama. The consideration In this sale gram. C. W. B. M. stands for Christian '. *
: tile to a degree almost unbelievable.! in the city Tuesday with the Five-County Fair in Orlando in was USOO.KNIGHTS. Woman's Board of Missions, Tax'*- '' v ** |Bd;! .A&k
prominent men in regard to the fair. __ had'collec
February and when thin three -milesis which is an international organization '
t Mr. Curry stated that practicallyevery finished there will be a complete of forty-one :years standing?.and. tip to 'Mondar'' 'ofithf.t.-.ek'; aim
r M. E. CHOIR TO GIVE county in South Florida had already brick road from the city limits of OF PYTHIAS considerable accomplishment.. tor U8.0QO ef, the'taxi.'du.'andpa
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signified its intention of having Kissimmee to Orlando.CHILDREN .. local organization of the C. 'W. a nlee'IDC'IW'
> i an exhibit at the fair. He says T over the amounteollected to the i
B. M. had Mrs. Aultmad to I
appointed date '
l CHRISTMAS CANTATAa that everywhere the are show- last .year" ADd would find"
people
NEW OFFICERSOfficers the for the
h*V ing an interest in the lair and that CAN HELP NAME and arrange a very interesting program ; ODe ..onnlnl'j that enjoying the people;'of Oscoola'county,

-.. "" the fair association officers were en- 1 as follows: aor.rePerity; . than a

Under the direction of P. ?K. Wea- thused by While the reports hero Mr.they had received. -,1 ORPHANS for the ensuing term were Opening h'Mn-"Crown Him King agar'- ..c'rl" , si1'v'.' chi..'' t-"::;j;j.;...,
WITH TOYS
.1;hrer the choir of the Methodist church Curry conferred the of Friendship . .
with E. L. Lesley chairman of' elected* at meeting of Kings; Hymn, "From Green l land's t.enjoy .- . . .
',' :preparing to render a Christmas Lodge, No. 10, Knights of Pythias Icy Mountain;" Scripture lesson, from the :
the county commissioners; H. C. : Sxeefent: Ditigra ind.om:
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Light follow.
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Wednesday as Isaiah Mrs
Stanford, president of the board of. Miss McCoskey requests tho Valley ; prayer aserl' an wry Intere.tlnJr,
t"W.: Petrie-In lieu of tho regular J. 8. Cadel Chancellor Commander. Hymn "Tell It tact.wtn'brought\
December trade; C. A. Carson, and others. These I Gazette to print the following notice: nouncements; Again! out .In, regard to'the 'work
service 'don.by'
Sunday night ViceChancellor.J.
:;church J S. had
% Oliver
reading"If we money what we hte' ; ,
assured Mr. that Dear Children of Kissimmee: C. W. B.'M'' \
19th at T o'clock.. gentlemen Curry M. Gardner, Prelate.B. could do for the mountain schools," :: ':'z4 Mg, Cbisbolm
' would their efforts/ to have 'Let each and be a big paid'in.p '
: Eighteen or twenty voiceo will take they use as everyone E. Evans, Master of Works.J. Mrs. H. M. Porter TerM -"CbrI8ti&JiWOID&O' n. VJ but.'to'' 1 the -.. --
." the cantata assisted by R. Do an exhibit from this county at the St. Nicholas to the orphui children Arms.V. &atJ.bi.. .1 I ogaentaddre.. }
,part in fair in who located in the Childrens C. Griffin Master at Board of L&laslons" read by .;;: <: : rt.
Tampa. or-
are .
,'WIU Brown violinist R. Ellis of records andseal ,
keeper selected
; Mrs. A. M. Chisholm; reading
The county is already preparing an phan home In Jacksonville Fls-J by
and master of Finance. China"
..K VwiJLL; BUT A FORD CARAt exhibit for the Five-County Fair'in pttr.mn&, up the unbroken toys we W. H.:. Peoke, Inner guard.E. Mrs., "What T. M. Rivers could; hymn do for"Reapers, :' .. .. .... ... . .
Orlando to be held February loth to have become tired of and send themto .
E. Naugle, outer'"Ufd.Delepw selected reading .Do. ;TRA B4... .'
\ Needed
are "Story
'j (;'(tbelr session on (Monday the 19th, and it was suggested that the these children. ,, to th. Grand Lodge of a Missionary," .Mitt.YowJl=',vocal . ,,, .' .-_ 'I" '-. ,' ,. :..; :!!,.;+. .
the A committee will beat the ChapterHouse
:tf-KWH17 4 commissioners: authorized same exhibit excep101". perish.able which. will meet In Key Wast'were solo Miss Bust_Spear; elected read I. 'Add1ti w ....... of'.e'. ,+.
.articles h as.dat: both Dec. 16 to receive .
might Wednesday .
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-i Overstreet to advertise for bids Roma Thomas w.. havv. ,;
follows .
Clerk named : to...
loath M, trig Mis. A. W. Winap.p.r'"A plea .. it
fairs. Tb. Florida Fair has artranged the tors. If. J'W< bars toy and cannot I. .
for a.Ford automobile to be used byw ; L./ Paalk' and c.W.. Griffln: alternatos for..Missiontool7"'Mrs.Aultnsan ,Pn Sa I ..' '.
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i B \E.Eva>w county farm demonstraV for fro transportation. of exhibits M g"them kindly phone) ou4 they ,"Ai! S.,Gflbert,..F..;C.Bryan and hymnv"III \Whe1..T.a"Wan Me j '. .. ,- ''..'":!.I,, ,.. .1.,' .,.;>r .f '1' ...
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to Tampa and rfree.exhibition will:be sent for.,These will-bs.for > ., '. "
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his visits to the farm-" ; ; __ ...."r- '" ;' B. .....
vitor. making :
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booths for warcIecI.to-th. homo under the . ,,... .. "
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i. .of tha county andyintpreParing.the ; J.s...- ,. '
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grounds. > plea -of tku.Women'Chrlat1an: .. .
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Tuesday'from Orlando, 'where she was ..... P>', ..'l.......y 't.IMi' JMlKsL-%. .. ..
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of c esr1t < J.. 1tt Jt."s. r .Pbohe-1 Ifn. 1i..rssad Kw.: Suds tlp.er : ,_..___ ... .'
r yerepnrchaseJfor his ..... operated for- npp ndlcitia"HernutnyfrietMls a : .dK/ 1 tract ,.... signed trtthtb*'state ao ; .'I.ItJeL, ..
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will bo glad to ten Ms* Flora IfcPhauV of itaa' thorlUosi for-t6e lieu St twenty state ." CfIL. "
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V : >Tt'B'Ar'M1r.7Wbe'M"lam I PWM........ _III........ d4s4i. ". W.. convieta fr'..* ...the reads of'rOa--. ..,:-. ..... .A1N.J'J.il 11...,.,.". ." "" ,; .,."Wow....; ., fd.. ...' ..
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, THE EIS.SIMMEI'LIT GAZETTE .;' FRIDAY, DECEMBER' ''is.,. '

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paving blocks. For the Very1' '' region ; '.' capital' 'fwith Its r many department* .;.i-10 CE.N'r,.,"CAS CAItEtS"' , ;

ifrqii'rtN; ?.d.f'\ r hat it'can readily be adapted to use. GROWERS PLEASED BY'' STATEED VCATIONALASSOCIATION t state people government to visit the* place'at will induce this,many time: o ,,IF. BILIOUS' OB;COSTIVE, ,) 1. ;
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Wood-tax .
""" 1 n any climate the Tucker ..: ". "
\ "" Mock is said to br very much more The State College, for, Women'' the :
; ..{',,,r Olive l. '8 1 sating than any other asphaltic com. NEW SHIPPING PLANS MEETING Leon county High school the'city, For. Seek.- Jleac1adae.' Soar I Stomach, o. I
",., cresoted wood'blocks.Another and the county, Sire all combining '" "Liver'and'' Bowels '
position or Sluggish -they i
I :>\ their efforts to make the association ,
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point tiled by its Originators >> and happy ocasion. B. work ''While You:;'Sleep. !
__!' itatonum t tJ"rJ in its favor in contrast to asphalt PROPOSITION OF CO-OPERATIVE MANY INDUCEMENTS OFFERED a sloes profitable the regular routine .
,. ..' ., ,of the kind usually laid is that the BUYING OF TEACHERS AND SCHOOL OFFICERS several delightful forms of entertain program -
f'\of'r;\ 7"". 'Vood-Ux brick is produced at a uniform FERTILIZE. Furred Bad Taste .
!
,,\# :_ SEEDS AND TO ATTEND SESSIONS ment are planned. It will pay anyone Tongue, Indigestion
d heat and each brick is equal whereas to TURAL SUI'PLIES TO BE CON. WHICH WILL BE HELD IN TALLAHASSEE to attend this association for it means Sallow Skin arid :Miserable Headaches "
; } other in this particular, -
every social
much in one's and
"'' [ V. asphalt varies because of the nature SIDEKED) AT NEXT MEETING.The DEC. 28 TO 30. work. professional come from, a torpid liver and] 'i,

;RoyalTailored of the proconces( of heating and clogged bowels, which cans your
:;
pouring it on the roadway when it is regular bi-weekly meeting; of A great many inducements are of- ADVERTISED LETTERS stomach to become filled with 'undigested (.
.i. (' being laid. There is likewise uniformity the Kisnimmee Produce Growers heldon fered toTeachers and school officersto ....----. food, which sours and ferments
'" in its composition, which its Saturday, )December 4, was moderately attend the Florida Educational Association Advertised list for the two weeks
''':Clothes makers claim is also impossible in I ] attended. President Fansler to be held in Tallahassee, ending Dec. 20, 1915: like garbage in a swill barrel. That's a .
j v.1 other tnphallic materials. The structure presided. I December 28-30. This convention hasa Brown, Mis Manie: Hanson John the first step to untold misery-indi
of the brick makes it imperviousto The only business of more than ordinary maximum attendance of 800, and on ((2)); Esles, J. II.; Howard, d. (2)( ); ge.tion'foul gases, bad breath, Bellow'
y, ? 4hi"t Ir, .. 11 water, while the attributes of cypress the or this occasion e.forts are being: madeto Headley, Robert; Huffman, Mrs.
importance was
IIP aiza-I skin mental fears
(. which have caused it to everything that Is
+."1\i. l' tion's recently inaugurated interest the entire body to be pres- [ Mary; Ivey, Thos. J.; Lee, Mrs. Estel;
"wood ctt"rnnl" imparted
? 7w "' known as the are H. I. Meade C. M. Matthews horrible and nauseating A Cascaret
? of supervising produce shipments ent. Lea, ; : ,
4' also to the rick l made from :
, -Cleaning, ... PressingDyeing wasle." made by its members and obtaining Since: the meeting is held during the William; Whitney. Miss Ruth.B. tonight will give your constipated
ry: i.'f'; < and cypress markets -for them.Vicepresident I I holidays, it gives every teacher the B. Simpson, Postmaster. bowels a thorough cleansing and
The character: of the new brick
,. *: !. Alexander. chosen toinspect :- time to come; and surely a twodays'fle88ion straighten out They -
morning.
makes it easier to handle in shipping devoted to intellectual and Bearing (the Cross. you

.,f, ,tin .j'. RepairingJ. and there is absolutely] no chippinp!: or markets such for them shipments, reported and that to obtain numbers )I professional interests will give inspiration Pay ton-A bachelor is a man who work while you sleep-a 10-cent box
is the with vitrified
breakage as case has been crossed in love.
1"I' "" to every teacher. from druggist will feel
brick. of shipments and shippers grad-I Parker Yes and a married man your keep you
".. J' The manufacture of this brick from ually are increasing, more The railroads have granted reduced has been doub{e-crossed. ing good for months.DON'T .
packages having been shipped with'his I' rates from all parts of the state to the
'; r .d \ cypress sawdust will furnish p. use for I' ,
+ J.," \ We Clean the by-producl of this class of lum- (U. K. on them; that the returns )1 capital city; sand very reasonablerates ---- -- -
+ '" of had l been unsatisfactory on only one of from one to two and a half
ber which will mean u big( source
)err.t ."-. itlugf and Carpets income from what was fprmcrlv] nn shipment, and then only slightly so; I dollars a day for board have been arranged '
: absolutely worthless item. As it is that it would be some time before he j for by the ]local committees.The .
r \I would be in position to achieve the Leon hotel has been selected for
tA) K" H! there in probahiV more w-ote in (the
t :, q.J. :t manufacture of cypress timber than highest measure of success, as establishing headquarters and the State Collegefor r 7 I
,I \,' any olher. There are millions of cordsof a reputation for the organiza- Women has arranged to take care o

,' <: ;,. '{:Phone 61 small poles cut out in making tion's products and obtaining proper of three hundred persons at one and a SACRIFICE
,> t; \('. '. trail into cypress swamps that couldbe I market connections are conditions half dollars a day.
r f\\ J "r "" 'F ground up into dust for use in the which necessarily must be achieved The program shows a great deal of
":' i\ .", :\ manufacture of this brick. Besides slowly. splendid work on the part of Professor VALUABLESby
t .. these there are the tops and stumps, Discussion among members presend Charles M. Jones, of Lakeland;; it
: ,:' ; , -- now useless for lumber which might evidenced that they were convinced !gives a number of questions of vital
r r# also be used. Without these il is slated that their organization's new de- interest to the schools of the state;
:.I t : PAYING BLOCK FIRM that even after the logs have been parture was in the right directionand and the names of many of the leading letting them remain unprotected ,
t ,,\., taken to the mills there is an absolute assuredly] would be successful. It educators of Florida who will give
:..t. "'" loss of about half With the manu- was recognized that a business of this addresses. The special lecturer for against loss from fire or theft. .
': fTU" USE 150 MEN facture of Tucker Wood-tex brick in nature confronting adverse conditions the occasion is Dr. Harry Clark of :
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: ,r 1 &: ,, ; .: successful operation the ordinary mill must be of slow growth. De- the University of Tennessee. He isa Rent a Safe Deposit Box in ..f j ,
jio" t < ,fr'", will produce in sawdust alone from termination to stick tog-ether, and to graduate of Yale, and has had lib our ;
( ''':.,. : from One. tho regular sawingj enough material keep at it until a successful and ex- eral experience in the public school Fire and Burglar Proof Vault-the
r t' 1\ ;,(c ql", Continued" Page ) for the manufacture of about 20,000( tensive business is established, was systems of the southern country. .
a .t; '{ Qf'' the''Stat4t Bank of Kissimmee and brick daily according to the estimateof expressed and agreed to. The fact that Tallahassee is the Cost is only $3.00 and up per year.

as .wsU-known throughout Florida, secretary Mr. Tucker. This could be used It is proposed to extend the ship
,' Besides these officers the without any further preparation or ping ana marketing scope of the Kis- Cures Old Sons Other HeswOes W.'' Cm.
M, board of directors includes John M. the installation of any machinery But simmee Produce Growers so as to embrace The worst OK. BO matter of how long mtmaAlam .,.
I .: Hughe*,'. r.? a lumberman of exten- in addition to this machines will be all communities contiguous to arc cured by the womderfal, old' rlitobt DC
,: juvsjive interests in Beaver Falls, Pa. installed to grind up the useless] tim- Kissimmee and probably embrace territory Porter' Antiseptic Hctllns Oil. It rvltamFflm
l ,f a\ .v'vlf! 'The.' company has been organized ber for thousands more brick. So in other counties, making this and He.l. .t then. tim.. 2Sa,Sec,'ljMWe 1 e .
sr 3 1 t e .,>f; .been thought that it would locate its which appears 'x> have wonderful growers of vegetables and small AT A BIGSACRIFICE
s tF, **plant',hen, no definite decision as to economical advantages in ..he utilization fruits in this section of Florida PIANO SUPERIOR
!7 ...aloeaUon was reached until recently as of what has' for years been a I A motion was adopted providingthat have a fine piano In a home nearKissimmee SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT
# ( !! dead waste and absolute loss to the .
L1I i"iliJDaD! ; tempting offers were made the hereafter members shipping thru To save cost or relurnlnlt'w.
lumberman in the manufacture offer trmt'iif1oufl discount and moat
l'! pmpany by other cities, among themlijLTampa'anJ engaged the organization shall turn over to i terms to flrat whoapplies.,
; ; Jacksonville.V of cypress timber.CONGRESSMAN, Ut'i; :\\ly, condition:
the inspector (Mr. Alexander] ) their used but I In perfect ;
.. d *,'' ll t''of!:; the incorporators of the receipted bills, so that he may keep quality gaud aa. new Address HlK. saving and .splendid DIRECTORS: I II

., IF company, hewever, are Kissimmee more easily. and more thoroughly -
SEARSON
4, ,\ ana were favorable to a location posted on various commission men P.K. Wilson, Box S86JaaaoniDeFIa.Launches I E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
% )t+ en from the start. The city council and other buyers.The : 1
z %S ,.(, I agreed to exempt the company FIVE COMMITTEESNEW organization's next meeting J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS .
h W! 'i \ rose r taxes on its plant for a period ( December 17)) will take up the matter L .
k r ,. t ,,ten'years' if the plant is kept in of co-operatively buying !fertilizers I.
ration'f or that length of time. seeds and other agricultural
t! has'been known for some time FLORIDA SOLON PLACEDON supplies soon to be used by its mem-
z 9+ fr+ b! ipany was attempting to THOSE HAVING CHARGEOF bers. Natal grass seed, for instance, : : ; ,
the location it has now bought COINAGE WEIGHTS AND it was announced, cin be \bought almost -
"e t some dispute as to the titlo and MEASURES, EDUCATION.ELEC- 60 per cent cheaper by purchasing Skiffs 3
+' 1v5 r points have held up the deal. in 100-pound lots. ,
;, ,,1. mill property occupies three city TIONS NO. 3 AND INDIAN AF --- .. --teI-- "'q --,jt-- ... -.- ... 1tI-!teI- ... --,jt-- ... -v-- .

1 and the other two blocks were FAIRS. SOUR, ACID STOMACHS Dories Built to 'IPHONE
from J. O. McLaurin ofla GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach ,
through Mrs. E. E. Welle
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: Washington.-Important committee
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firm.
positions were Florida membersof Order
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the discovery: of the new proof Congress w f.'ven their assignments "Pape's Di a pepsin" digests 3000 ,
brick manufacture which-wasCed were given' them by the Democratic grains of food ending all stomach

i:4. shown last July in, the unusual new interest paving caucus.mittee on Frank Public Clark Buildingand lands the com- misery in five minute. BOILERS AND TANKS We Specialize in Shoes for

I 4t; ,; ""TbJch is 'expected to revo'p.vin8' Grounds, the Alcoholic Liquor raffle, BUILT TO ORDER ,
tj,.g' industry of the and Library and War a the
Claims. His Entire
a .W Inquiries have been chairmanship of the latter commit- Time it! In five minutes all stomach Family

t t .4 y t- >t wmpany' in regard tees will stand him in good stead to distress will go. No indigestion, GALVANIZED .
.MY1J1C' block| Jfrom almost every look after all claims resulting from heartburn, sourness or belching of
-a i 1)n''tb* if \uIOf.nd mast of the the destruction of property dttrinf the COPPER AND
; gas, acid or eructations of undigestedfood BOSTONIANS FOR MEN AT
:01 ,Florida( which art.. InUrpavlnff. Civil War.
S. M. no dirtiness, bloating;, foul ZINC SHEETS
Congressman Sparkman was ,
t ments which have covered aof again placed at the head fo the Riv- breath or headache.Pape's $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $5.50THE i
j years are bound up in the ers and Harbors Committee, which Diapepsin is noted for its OAK, CYPRESS ,
',Y" ; jtion 'of .this new brick amah. which' position he has held very successfully speed in regulating upset: stomachs.It .
in manufactured in
quan- for several] years. Congressman W.
1c. I; at the Everglades Cypress eom- J. Sears was placed on the committeean is the surest, quickest stomach rem- '' MAHOGANY FAMOUS SELBY SHOE FOR
?M'' ?" .'plant 'at' Loughman. It is : Coinage, Weights and Measures edy in the whole world and besides it
r, / from,cypress: sawdust and 'hye Education, Elections] No. 3 and IndianA is harmless. Put an end to stomach WHITE PINE and LADIES, All Sizes and Styles' at
an asphaltic composition, un- trair. Congressman Emmett Wilson '
::1 V presture of from fifty to a hun- was placed on the Banking arid I trouble forever by getting a large ALL HARD WOODS
- $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00
t Si' V tl ons. ; Currency, District of Columbia ar.d fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin $4.50LET
r- ;durability* of the new brick is Mines and Mining. Commiltecs. from any drug 8tOI e. You realize in FIRE ESCAPES
tested at the of
ijfi. corner --
yc # '4 ; r.fnc.and Emmett street, where What It's Coming To. five minutes how needles:! it is to suffer -
r ' '..heaviest and the brick "Hey, Moike, and phwat do ye I'in'.t: I from indigestion, dyspepsia: or any US SHOW YOU. IT WILL
_re shows no wear. of these new sanitary drinkin' cups?" stomach disorder. It's tne quickest, Competent Force of Work-
idea which has its concrete exq "Sure Pal BE A PLEASTRE ;
i ; and soon we'll have to surest and most }harmless
}; l",in-the brick Which will be spit on our hands wid an eye drop- ftotnuth men for Road Work at /
is as >.Tucker Wood-tex brick I per!" doctor in the world. i
onceived by Mr. Tucker several I >
; All Times.JACKSONVILLE .
.., S &Co.He, first experimented with THE FAMILY STORE
J cypress sawdust, but foundS A.
'4 ... .inflammable! nature of the l -'! r

At t ? Vine-1 kreclud attention, cllta use.of He others called, who the ":' Pilley Building On Broadwaytin

_jn working along the same
v [.without success, and finally be- -
u v , associated with Mr. Hughes, FLORIDA inn1- fleiaseffri -*el>" W' Vl/

r 4 A' ," bad likewise been studying a An
rri of this character. appropriate giftfor
tf iltion brick -- --- -- --- ------- --- ----- --- -
''i'a *"-for .the manufacture of
1 ,ck has been specially built by everyone on your l1st-- -,-
concern rn the
manufacturing

,yd I, .a,Qdmojoiit, ia now ready to From grandmother, who is not too old to .

: y <'>:.:l i :.which'' )have been' made be enthusiastic over a pretty pin for her Lei; Us Help You Select. Your Christmas Gifts

F' .un.nta haTe Dot been the full dress, or a silver case for her spectacles, to> +
ifs I Tine blocks'but these will now baby, whose chubby hands would just fit SUGGESTIONS FOR HER

{ 1 o1 rdi1i8' to the recoiray of xa around a silver cup or tiny spoon NORRIS CANDY-We lave this famous candy ia all l loads ii in package from 10 cents
iomeasunme.1ta
; II t Ddard to five-pouad box.
i& 1lI. ,The'regulation brick o' There are Just hundreds of things from a > t
to >roPeS figure. ftye pounda which you can choose the "rlg-hf gift so easily. STATIONERY-Berlin's sad Whituf's writing papers are tile standards of fatbJoB-ud

f !f#:' one-half blockOne the "eleht: of of vitrified the big Silver clutch point pencil, $1.00 to $8.50. excellence. See our window display of these goods i

_ ria&fa"l'' of the new brick la the Cold Brooches, Scarf Pint, Rings Tie Clasps.) DECOLLETTE RAZORS, FOUNTAIN PENS, MIRRORS, MANICURE SETS, POWDER

)+ .'vtdt4-whicb. ,It' can' be pro- Lingerie.Clasps, Neck ChtJne, Cuff Pins 'Z.O BOXES, POWDER PUFFS, PERFUMES IMPORTED AND 'DOMESTIC, t
t r ltatecl,by'Mr: Tucker upward. TOILET WATERS, SOAPS FACE POWDER, SACHETS.
care
lOaded on
('+' a t wI .,..1 cY can .be...within twelve Gold Link Buttons, Peuda.aU., Bar Pins, I3.S9 AND ANY NUMBER OF OTHER SUITABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO PLEASE THE

u t .4 s"JDanutaCture.\ brick upward MOST FASTIDIOUS FEMININE FANCY s
'1y ''k ..gracea.; used aub'to Gold Bead Necklace Bangles, Watch Fob.
J a pressure of, from 60 to 100Wt' Coat.C alna, 16.00 upward.Greenleaf SUGGESTIONS FOR HIM
.. complete S
.l oth. i'words. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS GOLD AND SILVER PLATED
;. 1 paTine block would FOUNTAIN PENS i
,
4r. T, G f' to four Incbe. if kid & Crosby Co. ANSCO CAMERAS, CIGARS, SPECIAL CHRISTMAS BOXES, SHAVING ; ,
m BRUSHES COMBS BRUSHES AND A BIG LIST
n aa'. OF OTHER
sCCO l r1JJtisl7-wber' ** W JEWELERS AND IMFOIITEIIS.
1k ) THINGS THAT WILL MAKE A MAN GLAD. ,
GIFT G1VIXO GOODS.
o gjffSsK'iS./K; WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE NEW TVOROID" GOODS IN ARTICLES
St.
FU.
41 W. By Jacksonville.: i
t v : SUITABLE FOR BOTH WOMEN AND, MEN-ASK. TO SEE THEM

*d ll t'sMllBWP,-... ;' "'("r.the.r) 4 Ajn.hew 'pavine than o .
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), 1 t I fir.M leas delivered cost than in' TT1- a : PHONE 41 PALACE DRUG STORE O'E41

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G.RAGSDALE Present :
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1 y 'recognisedir. ,,. wry 'FOA 1"THE' PRESCRIPTION DRUG
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p. trim to aboat"'three bud ineroai'It' U-Impossible to *118. 1m SICK: 'MAMMA 'CAUSK skfn M.mt . .
Chen >> a, HELPED Th. of UM fna .. \
.y( I f ". proved rnachrneiy. Then, too. even mortar: the bitter wHU pst,' CM lie
where stamp will' admit' the"twohor4 LIUU Mother CI'78WISeCI i and 'cookod to th..e.. ',)
T Agricultural" News Notes SCOUR .SCAB .ATTACKS' .SWEET Boy'sCowMptlve Inspired
.
I. I ORANGE cultivator, driving around the Red CTOM Seal Sal. ". manner suj orange wr if"0* *Iad M.'

.- S stumps will break down enough of the prepared.; It makes a Udow *w *i.mvat. .

FURNISHED BT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA crop In a rear or two to pay for taklnrt .' ,
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;The scour ecab seems to be adapting --" The UtUe boy.said that h* wanted .
>nt. \!\&! atumpa. ,.,. .: ,---- .
COLLEGE OF AGRiqfJULTURE Itself .to-ftewUu>*U., Tne'JaUst 10 cents';worth of Red Cross Christmas dellcate'.odor to UIMK.
I The fall and winter give the general seals. The rich To Impart"a
*L. addition to the citrus; fruits attackedby woman was buy of cotton or blotUac! ,
the pest Is the sweet orange which farmer opportunity to clear his land ing 60 cents' worth and the lad seemed .. saturate with a piece oil fo lavender' and placeamong "

CORN CLUB BOYS VALUABLE devoted to this and otb wild fruits i was thought to be Immune. H. E. of stump at mall cost. The weatherIs impatient. paper UM various articUa. .

DEMONSTRATORS C. K. McQuarrle state agent for the Stevens, plant pathologist to the University often dry and other work !. not "Just a minute," counseled the clerk . ', ,
( I II pressing... Dynamite: and pullers are In charge. __J_. -
r University of Florida Extension Division of Florida Experiment Station -
I frequently employed for this work ."But I must get back to m" mam.
Baker county ha no demonstration Is urging farmer to preserve : received specimens last spring
agent, but it has a corn club. The I It. such native wild fruits as can be of sweet seedlings. which were Infected but C. K. McQuarrle, state agent for ma. She's sick but"she want the
I. seals just anouneed the "Here is the Answer
the m
,
the University of Florid Extension same *
thirteen boys comprising the club held found in their respective localltes.Blackberries with the disease. It was thought I
with Show
Division, suggests that flre Is an efficient ,lad a of spirit.
their contest at MacClenny Novem-I i and dewberries could then that some mistake had been The rich woman turned to look at wEB5rER:5NwINTERNATIONAL:
ber 20. The average ,yield also be domesticated '.nd' would am- made In. the seedlings and further and cheap method of taking him. He was sweet-faced

bushel an acre in spite of the lack of ply pay for the attention given them. developments were awaited. The out the tumps. This is especially with a who seemednot youngster .
,
sparkling .
eyes
i1 'an agent's advice. The net profit of Dewberries should be trained up on seedlings were sent from Bulow Fla. true of pine.If to mind that his suit was not as
I all the boys was $19.63 an acre. Ivy the fanner will Are the stumps ,'
{ i trellises or wires and -cultivated. Mr. Stevens received specimens of warm as it might be. .T. a-all1IDI1DI -
r Rhoden made the highest yield with : They respond wonderfully to a little sweet orange fruits recently which during. a dry spell and get them well "You say ')our mamma is HIT"she day Is talll sad ruedias I't : "I

,:t: 85 bushels. Hi. net profit was $37.80. were attacked by scab These came heated they "will soon burn out. They asked. =_ tIM sfreet BU, Ia the-..L0,. -io
.' Alonzo Rhoden made the-next highest I care.A few will need some attention from time "Yes he said in .54 scbool yes k.t--: the-mesa.t'f
mulberries should be planted from Palmetto Fla. Scab is a tone that Indicated s.k.t
:;, yield with 65 bushel! at a net on the farm. Mocking birds blue ently adapting Itself to appar-I to time to keep the fires going, but an acquaintance with suffering What t sam_1Imartar ImaMsaP"Yce ....
[ profit of $43.70. Bert Dowhng stood it will not than houror tie..fLaSra.th _-
requlr. more an
jays woodpeckers and other birds host.. Infstationsshould be beyond his years. "She's got consumption the
What Is ..."....&?
third with 60 bushels at a net profit dittos ef JsJsI.
two each burn better
: day. Stumps
of club are very fond of them and will not ed as soon as they ar. noticeed. but she said she was goingto Tide tiow CreaUoe anaw.Tu all III. efqae.tioe.
':: of $28.23. The success the bother other fruits when they can may be a variety which l is adapting during the fall and winter and take a whack at it by buying the .is L.aaguisas.HtStCi'V.Pi0ST$1Y: '
was due to W. A. Dopson, county su hot work EtcheS.Poeptuli 1Pi'ordi. Trades, Aria
not to aroundas
they How
are so seals. ,
she take whack
at
perintendent Mr. Dopson has shown get the mulberry. Mulberries also Itself to the sweet orange and If It isdestroyed I can" a hclsec Uk...,.. f
.I
in The total for with seals
summer expense it
make good pies. These fruits should not rdttOOO .. M' i'
what ran be done in other counties may reappear 400.000 W .,
each taken out In this will "You had better seals .
give
which have no agent. I' be planted during the winter before The ability of scab to adapt Itselfto I stump way me more lllMtratlospB.Th .
I not exceed than few cents. instead of change for this five dollar
more a .
$400.000.aroo
C. '
Ij The Sumter county contest was they have started growth for the following new hosts Is well known. It was '
Furthermore the expense will be rap- bill, she said to the clerk. Ther to P.g.s. g r
held at/JRushncll November 16. Twentytwofcys season probably Introduced from Japan on
I the to better the lad She remkared : dlt'tlonllr7wlt"ltbo P'J'
idly repaid by ability use *call
competed. The averuge<< the satsuma Until a few years ago ts. "You tell your mamma that she has I IM MfUt ftu" ,-cbmrrterlwd .', IV
yield was 33.5 bushels to the acre and JIUMV MOKK FinS It attacked only a few citrus fruits, I to taken a bigger whack at tuberculosisthan as "A btrok oOeolua. < 'i'
'I
.59. I : Get acquainted with the hog. HeiR .
the average net profit was $24 among which were the sour orange she "
with of' a good business partner. C. K. Mc- thought. IIIdMI Pur UIu.a
Mack Cocovitch led a yield The fig Is one fruit that has be..nndf'ct..d. thte satsuma and rough: lemon. A I Ir..port There is no need to point the moral.
of of Florida stresS.
the On
79 bushels at a net profit of $57.85. Florida Station In Quarne University ::p..a't
from t the .
Owing to Its perishable I' Extension Division that the hog The seals are on sale everywhere.To India a MfHctlon tTtf1t
his
bushels says
Sid Fussel raised 64.4 on t.h..If.- kIi.
1896 shows that sweet oranges kum- I WOWS
nature It cannot be far In
Several shipped will return the Invested in him 7gj
at net profit of $53.20. money Webster in a form o
acre made a than 50 bushels to : the fresh stale, but there are not xjuats.; tangerines mandarins, the quicker than any other farm product.The prevent green vegetables from and *a ron*..rl...n. to 1:1' iS
( boys more enough grown for local consumption. king orange grapefruit and shaddock boiling over drop a piece of dripping On.half the thlrk %
'C the acre. I were nearly or quite exempt. EvenIn into the center of them just as they weight of Regular hmUtkAi.sgsIUht1seZ .
This is the first year that a corn There are also great opnoitunities for railroads ought to be as much r't 4.1Onutrmghimkpspev
I
club has been organized in Sumter I growing I and canning figs! for northern 1912 the grapefruit was rarely attacked interested in good country roads as commence to boil. Wt 111111

county and the boys have worked markets. and fancy local trade. I Now It Is severely altack..d.Within are the farmer and business man. itMlte.Inches.. &tLi.iziz ,,1 ,,
According to C. K. McQuarrie.state the last yea; reports show They depend upon farm products and It is not hard to blanch almonds. ( II t
. without a demonstration agent They Shell almonds and them with vis.er.........- ))1
have demonstrated what the farmers !' agent for the University of FlorIda that scab has adapted Itself to the the products used on the farm for agreat cover au.................... _ _ _

of the county coild do if they prac. Extension, Division. canning/; dubs sweet orangeMA I deal of their freight.. E'eryI boiling water two or three miI1ut.es.dralni Me.s.51a _ _ _
I put into cold water and rub off p.bmme
5.
tised the same methods. |I have iiiHd money In preserving figs :I country road is contributory to the the skins. Dry with a towel. raW:"= -

According to (J. L. Hcrrmgton corn wherever. they have specialized In >Y (J OOIl THIMJSV UK railroads.The .. ......'. _ _ ''II'a. it

club agent for the University of I'lor-] that sort of work. One girl In Walton 1\1.\111' KHOM ltASOES I I If cream will not whip add the .- -
Divisom Marion De- boy who joins the corn or ]>ig c.c. _
ida Extension I county canned tWO cans last I white of an to the contents of the
club is to take inter egg
going a greater
Soto. Putnam. Hillsboro and Lake year There were sir figs to the can Oranges! will] not be cheap all the bowl ; let both egg: and cream become ME9HOAIIuniiiniunui
butwill eAt in the farm He will learn to love
held contests
counties have not and she received 10 cents a can for year around. When they are abundant thoroughly chilled; then try again, ,
the work and his dad will not have .
do HO within the next few days. -5-. .....M..
them from a Florida hotel. Northern during the picking season many to devise of the and the cream will h. found to whip
A of the work for the state means keeping boy '
report people never get fresh or even be made and easily. IIl/JDIIIlWI/
-
things
hood can preserved .
will be published then The larg..tofficial I from migrating to the city ..
canned figs The only form knownto which will lend the ,
to variety to --------- --
yield made by any boy up c
Fulton of those large markets. Is the pressedor home table Sour orange marmalade STRAWBERRIES $1.50 PER ,
date was that of William '
Hernnndo county, who made 101 dried figs.Canning may be made as follows: 1 pound QUART AT CHARLESTON S. C.

bushels to the acre. figs and catering to the peeled sour oranges 4 of the peel SUB-TRiL /

----- I fancy trade Is one of the neglectedopportunities removed from the oranges 2 'pounds The following account of the reception ,

FKI>EK\I. RKSEHVE; ACT which could be worked of water, 1 i 4 pounds sugar To prepare of the first quart of Plant MID-WINTER FAIR AND (

AFFORDS RURAL CREDIT to ad vantaI1101..18./; restaurantsand I the peel Wash I the fruit remove City strawberries shipped to Charleston -

railway dining cars offer unlimited peel and discard: three fourths S C, is taken from the Charleston 1

One of the greatest problems] which opportunities for such dellcacl of It. Retain the one fourth free Evening; Post: EXHIBITION ;

faces. I the farmer is dtral rcdit This >H. 1'h<' bent, variety! for canning In from b'emlnh 'ut this peel In as Fresh strawberries are selling in .

is especialy true ofirthe South where the celeste or Florida sugar UK thin slices as possible place In a .ket Charleston for $1.60( a quart.. The first ,.
I I TO CITIZENS OF VOLU8IA LAKE) f
farmers pay such Jcorbitant rates for Others which arc good are the Ad- tie with four I times Its weight of crop of Florida strawberries, which 5 SKMINOUKOBCHOI.A AND OR-

both .store and I bhnk credit Rural riatlr and brown I turkey, The brown water boll 10 minutes drain free was exactly one quart, was sold at ANUE COUNTIES _

tledit; I is also] important to the Southin turkey is this largest The Florida from water Repeat I this process I Plant City, Fla., several] days ago to (.JtgIi'i'ii ""' f -
Be It known to all of that .'
de\ eloping its resources ami, in fig preserved In Florida sirup makes three to five tlmen All bitter maybe I A. M. Ray, representing the Bay COUNTIESGREATEST are Invited I and expected you to prepare you fi

.stands lizing farm products. No ..f. a very a PP4t tUIng dlxhFius removed by sufficient boilingTo /; Fruit Comnanv of C hnrleston The suitable exhibit for dIsplay at th. -m

ficient system has l been worked out are propagated/; from cuttings prepare the Juice : Weigh timepeeled quart of berries was Bent here, arriving great exposition already agreed upon
for this ,eouetry hut the Federal Ke f nd be almost I Inmeduring on Sunday and costing the Day .1. by your people engaging In a friendlycompetition
a may planted any fruit and place in a kettle for the exhibition: of the.VT
serce Act offers opportunity for extending I the winter The trees will be- with 2 pounds of water for each Fruit company $1.:31. T. II Tecklen- EVENT IN varied I'Md? l.lnol your ectlotwa46,
S credit to farmers by bankers burg manager of the company, which THEHISTORY thlnic your toirtnr, your
S who (are to do so. I gill .Iminntr. 1 III from two to four pound of orange Boll until It I transacts business at No. 98 Market school work your fruit your Vegetable 1
OF TilE *. farm
your products stores
years. thoroughly disintegrates Pour Into your
1
An example what can be done Mre-ot ,sold l t the strawberries to An of house and field your art creations,
under th of the n<'t is I ICITIU'S a flannel jellv bag and press until no drew Tumboli, fruiter, fQr $1.40. Tum- FIVE COUNTIES jour atock. chickens. and all otber "

shown by a him provisions in C.ainesville These 'IIII.KS: : !snnru) UKPIAMKI more Juice can be obtained. IrllinJull' boli sold the quart for $l.f>0 to a New I things of interest
> IN IIE"E'\tBEH: : : I '' af.nfil through a denim jell} bag York Prepare to attend In person and with
who has
t... men have csUiblishcjl a waiehoubewheie traveling man, shipped your family and frlonde. and the ktranKr '
they buy and grade farm produce I without ;pressing them North to his family ThIS 5 within your gates.SUBTROPICAL .

They I also store produce at a The best time to plant citrus trees Pour the juice Into a kettle add the story of what was probably the MlD-WINTER : It

minimum cost if farmers do not wantto ''Is In cember At t this time the I peel bring to a boll add one and. one first quart of strawberries to be Hand : EX.

sell at marVl>ri("es The fnttm trees are as nearly dormant as t they half pound of BURST for each pound died here this ""e"on." COUNTIES POSITION OF THE PROSPEROUS

flings his lrVjj * the. valehousewhere will bi ami! .on"ju""lly. a letterS of fruit taken Continue the- Vjo'ling: --- -- -- FIVE COUNTIES.

it Is )giSned. '1 he firm issuesa I I a U,ml ( an l h" had l. \\ I.. Flo\il, pro- until I t the Jelly stage is reached" which I A wrap coat for traveling is long,

warehouse receipt and insures the ft ps0r of horticulture In the I limiter- 1114 indicated by flaking or sheellnK from neck to foot, closely fitted and I

prixluce The tanner matake the pity of Florida College of AgriculIture from the spoon Directions tfttthis belted. FEBRUARY 15-19 '

reieipt( to the national( banks and 1 borrow -. I advises that the land which isI I and other orange/; receipts will bo i 1916

money on it at <> per cent market to be planted I found In Hxt-ension Bulletin :1 I of the Orlando
value of tl 5Jroluce. The pro I should have been cultivated a year Florida State College for Women I Florida

nwl"rof the Cilterprrse are bonded ''o..two in some tield 1 crop. New land Tallahassee Florida t .
and bad to gain the apiiroxal of the usually contains enough roots and ''B EP RED '
Federal: 1 Reserve Hoard before they I
oorouls to Interfere with the growth II
could get the receipts accented by the / Kim,: KIOH FIILI: OK STUMPS I
and Cutlvatlon of the young trees.
banks. '.
According to the promoters this is The land should be as well prepared Stumpy fields are expensive to cultivate I -.r't m - - - I' - - -

.' the first enterprise of its kind estab as for a field crop. Plow I theweeds One man ran do twice as 4 ,

t.h uth There have been and grass under and work the much with two-horse ( :
; VMshexl. in work a cultivator jS

t Totton warehouses, but none for general land down with a disc ana spike as he can with a one horse Implement : -1" ) ,

;' produce. The good wh'i) n will :' tooth harrow. The trees should be But where stumps are nu- _

come to "Florida and I the South in j'eneinl from on> to Iwo ears old on I two .to I'

ihioui. t tin iio"eiiiet i i- ill-. four \ oar old 1 sto< kstood :

en hula).1 Ic I It will i I I not 1 .onU. fuiinslinioiiev I "it III" t n.m._ JiI-t I liii
( to. the faiinei' at louii i iiit<.s 1 III (the IIUIMIX I'lllIKoff all I
than he hits I.T n foi..,.id t to 1 \inbut it (Inoki root and,! make, t tin1( hole laigitnoiiKh NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD ; I U TTs(>d for years l hy your fathers with never-failing

will .uMilt III the stand.il\ ..tli/ation' '1 ,.ffuim that roots mnl l 10.. plat.<.d in : I I pood results.: These: home-made materials are
'
I P 1(1t1t'I', ultima IxiidiiiK Fill t Imp < ,ul i III III Jpl'lldahle 1o build and sweeten Fund.
up your _
Thi 1 linn has not bet'n < StIdiI5l1llong l
around the ts and l press llriul1 \' Expels scrofulous humors from the ,

but the MHKSS business, of t the 1 ilone iinttipusiis be t tops Hho W be cut I back to about I blood i which i tuu"c .eoMfitipation I malaria .;. Ground Bone Blood and Bone ; : ;-
iissuted I the to
bv t ( up '
late 1 he example,1 1 i an' I be lupli I <'ateilin 24 InilKs from the ground' 'Ibis rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pirn- OPU CIIANICS I fiiiaranUcil I I Analysis Guaranteed Analysis
the I ,, st I tbe h low heudctrie
I itist I t'"wlI'd) 1 l
"p| ''
anv < ount\ pf the 1 Imnkcis c'uc' to. I which Is best for Florida .. 1"1'1"1'I pies, etc Cot; it at Osci-ola] I'hurma I I.AGAZINE Aminoniii . . 4.50 Ammonia 10% L

fut rush the nionev
300 ARTICLES-300 ILLUSTRATION I Nut tiral riant Food! Real Itlortil and Bone

,..E'I'IOW': I : I IV I I..C'E'\IBEH. : : FOB K'''' P informed of the World's Progress, In I U Not Stain<-il Dried Blood I
I.\Kl.t; BBOII.EBS: I ltnginee iintf.i Meth n, Ifj and Invention' foi
I'.h'r."d Son find All the F.mlly. It nppralsloullil I Not AfiiliilattHl. Haw Ground Bone

Karlv chicks usually take ( he top 1 ItUth..l..se....P...Ohlnnd....d.I...'."unK. <. i lu T turn ii...i. and..ui,n..\U\oilmen."f I .. All .Vriinoni.i I'rcsorvcd Nut Tan ka e
himim (lirtMiuhiHit il. w ill Our I (.i,.I iwnrnwq -
of the nun ket Kggs Hhoulil be si t InIh"'III'.r gOl Ielfua (<> "on,Itiiiin' HTM" IT cu Hie vnt for 'h."... now said luv.tiim and it U
.
for Il"rllllfry..rll/; It Iswell t1' : rltten So You Can Understand It II !lint in Quick Availability I3 ,
to place fiom (I.. to 8 extra t eggs Alkaline
Form
he N.j.. 1i,. 'Steady
1 "* Dct.artiM.mt (tO '*> oont.lnlriwtif &1 Supply
In the incubator for aoh 1..tIlt, set .,l Hi i lit*for Shop Woik Hndeiw-y we.lor tbiftjrmwn .
to do ii,lig. nronn.1 I Ito HiAmatentr ..,,, Write for Price
Th..Re'will take I the plate of I thosewhii I .. I :
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M*>o* ntc.> (17 im ) >r tIme iln i. '
:, nl;. ,,. \\t .. :
h test In fort iii. (11,1. hn 1k. 'momko ao.kaV.ir.
I 1_ "nd Ti..nmh O.ft,. "'''KI.-. Ik...'.. "no. U Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
A I'. Spencei district agent for' A DIAMOND .10__ .J.*w.lr>. Rd Furnltnr.t. aim' (tttI,,. In ..
u.u.,".tor'h.lIechaulc.C"lnl.r.adirt.m.o, U
th'niv..r..lty. of Florida. I xlenslon .i.so PER VCAIVPOPULAR 5iNQL& OOrlK" Sirfr Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers .
Division cites one poultryman who - .r - -- I
be ._a _. WIN h ._ ,...L : Jacksonville, Florida
d
uses I tlie Collo" hIIIII..thod/; for obtain given
MECHANICS MAOAZIN
InK fertile eggs/ / Old cocks are mat that will the that Iom S N.. MIaIg .. A r.CMICAOO IIc.Sr
carry same value . .. .. .. . .r..It .. _ _ _
ed with pullets and the cockerels are _ -
mated wh! t Iwo > ear.old Inns This ) will give more real joy, thut will be I,

gives from 90 to 95 per cent fertile S 'W5) kept longer, that will better express ,


-eggs. --- S \ ; &(i I/( 1c; the sentiments of the- giver. than I al L: & N. RAIILROAD---SUPRIOR SERVICE JIfta ;:
/
t'HH'KKNS N lII> A-IT'BE: ( 'I
\ _ FLORIDA AND NORTH AND NORTHWEST _

Green pasture is Just as essentialto ( A DIAMOND Several fast trains, choice of scenic routes, up-to- The Louisville and Nashville make direct connec. ;

date and comfortable accommodating tions at Chicago. Cincinnati i. Louisville St/Loufe'
the chicken's life processes as It 7'L.J equipment, and

is to the dairy or beef animal. Of :: a We hav them, mounted and unmounted, and will agents and employees, make the LouIsville andNashville for, Buffalo, Denver!, petrolt, lean.*. CityTMinS.Vp!
oIls Omaha
Pittsbunr. St. I
Paul. Toledo
chickens live without It and other
course can favorite route between, Florida and
make mountings to suit the purchaser We are a Western and Northwestern points and I.
economically carries! -
will not
but they produce
Western and Northwestern Steel coaches SOLID STEEL
points. sleepers to Indianapolis '
Ilinmond and ABSOLUTELY GUARAN- LEVE-
stuff experts
without some green ,
and sleepers; unexcelled dining car service. LAND and Grand Rapids on THE SOUTHLAND
Now that all the wild vegetation is T'KE every stone we sell to he exactly as rcpre- -- ,

killed or tough A. P. Spencer district 1// ST. LOllS EXIIllC55e..5Iou.d TilE 80HTIII> NOU DIXIE PLYleR -
agent for the University of Flor- "en led. 7 45 "......... .
Nort....... 01 am Lv Chicago Ar am ..rr......
Ida .Extension Division suggests that 7 35 am Ar Cincinnati l.vU.IOam 10:ZB pmLvChlcaso _ _
dwarf essex rape or oats be sown for i. 9 00( pm Tv St. Louie Ar 7 40 sins.ms s 00 iiin Lv Cincinnati Ar OO pm 6:45: am Lv Evansville ArT:'>am ,
Jewelry Watches Clocks, Cut Glass, Hand Tainted s. '9 40 am Lv Indianapolis ."r 2 00 amT Lv 10:11: pm _ _
Lv Nashville Lv 800 .
them. These two crops will make excellent I" am pm 11 68 am tv NashvllU
L'Y.
S 00 am Lv LoulevlH.r I 00 pmt :KI pm
will S China, Umbrellas. Canes, Sterling Silverware, 3 IS L v nirm'Kham Lv 12 60 ,
forage for the chicks and pm < pm tliPmLvChtanoog
,y-Or'nd lv
a < 3D pm ( Rapids Ar 2 00 pm 11:11 JlID .t,
I _ _
supply pasture until spring crops can I flat and hollow Silver Plated Ware, Chafing Dishes, \ 7 06 Lv Montgomery Lv >:00 am *12,01 am Lv Cleveland. Ar 7 .fOajn 8:40 pm Lv Atlanta Lv'5iEam .
7 6ft am Ar. Jacksonville Lv 8.16 ---- 7 :BO
Plant about half au acre ,4. pm am Ar Jacksonville
J be planted ( 4 24 pm Lv KnoxvlH* Lv 1224 pm Lv 1:1'1I1D
for +ach 100 chickens. The rape I Percolatois, Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets. 9.30 pm Iv JackaonAllle Ar 7.30 pm 10 00 pm Lv Atlanta Lv 7.18 am 'V.30 mm Lv Jacksonville Ar TSO: pm
4 03 Ar Kl..lmmee Lv 1.18 8 4S Ar Jacksonville. Lv 8.10 '
should be sown at the rate of 8 Ibs _pm. pm am pm 4 01 pm AiKl. lmme. Ly ':1$ pm

to the acre. Chicks can be turnedon Rleeper open for occupancy ':30. Rapid Monday and Thurdaya.Northbound t Sleeper may b. d.
W. H. Beckwith Jewelry Co. t Southbound car leave. Grand car l Say. Jacksonville A. aa. occupied until.. T:1t
Inches
Is
It as soon as it three : Monday and Thursday

bigh.i I
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,, Is there anything better thanJ l IIS N. Klchth. at. staiat Laals. Mo. Jackaonville, '11...Hlp "_. Bl.... a--i&a4,. 0. )

buckle pie If there'll It must .fl" -
berry

-:C.\be mighty rood. Kackleberrlea crow -. .. THREE: f AST LIMITED: TRAINStDAILV''T'"me 'tI : ; ': ,

,wlld In Florida but on moat farms .
": ::fto place baa been left for them. A ..- ... '. I lma.AN1r "ST. tOUIS-JACKSONVTlLE EXPRESS- TtK DDCIC hLYOT':: :

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I rp \- THE KISStMltEE YALLLY' GAZETTE' FRIDAY, DECEMBER io//If IS, l ,*, .

_, T' i I u .- -- '- ." ... .' , ....
: CONGRATULATIONS .THE .'c UNciL1 1 iss of meeting people{ along the routs, of f forming new ,

isimmcc Valley Gazette acquaintance and learning more of the geographyand '
T
Y' ua.aa.rrra.a..aw The city council 'deserves the congratulation of resources of the country. It give them a new J Letters from :Our :Eaik'-1F: : !: .

r :;, : Psbll.bd; .rllD..y F......Y'. the entire community for its action at the monthly idea of the states through which they travel.4 ;
Yaat.v' e Q-tt.: BiUMI**;,. K'...__ Fir session held Tuesday night when initial steps were Andit gives them a more thorough. appreaationof i r : o.f

) r taken looking to the serious consideration of the the value of good roads. b666ft. . . ftft_ . _& -& ..-. ..&&. ..-..- & &.....66- 6-- 6- - .- .- 66..6.- - - .. . 9 f 1.1lAraAlrO BU G. AGNBW, OwMtm.
o i t'M"NAVGLE, Kdllor balsa cad *!....er. proposition of bulkheading ,,Lake Tohopekaliga.The There are more automobile parties coming to READS NEWS-, EDiTORI- moaphere of Florida and stay doWn' ''I' ";r,

. council backed by the progressive citizen Florida this winter than ever before. The tourists ALS AND "ADS" there, 'More of us would do the same, ,,/'j<

\ .%n'' ............. Mtnl, of ICissimmee, by the Board of Trade and the busi- l like the idea of having their own car for use during if we had the money. ''4.
Y'on.7.ar': __'__ ..__ ___ ___ SI.BO that it Franklin, Pa I'.
Florida. find costs for the most of
convinced that this in They abort
is their Life la too
firmly improvement sojourn I us
,, : Biv: tOTthi _o_;__:___:;;::::::__. 1.00 ness men, : Dec 3, 1b15. "R
.._ ___________,____ .7S automobile than by rail steamship Long enough for the rest 'of us I .
... '. T, .Ttor:. Months_ :- is the greatest thing that can be done for the I len to come by or Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette l" I for the best of tt 1
Bad us
enough
development of ICissimmee. The councilmen have and they feel more at home when they have. Kisgimmee, Fla Good enough for the worst of us H
_eotamutilcatfona/ except from our Authorised the of their convictions and they their here with them. Dear air: 'I received n hint owed time tor'the
are own cars whole
:'; ) pendent must be al ned by the writer. courage men that I in Giving a jolly good <
,'.J'J ci ,t't\ :; J '. .ted,matter. will not b. returned unless called who when they once start a thing will push, it to a To some extent it cuts into passenger traffic by you for subscription something, price of was the Gazette.arrears o? us. j
.
,i WI'.. ;::11. ."''" '.' ..' '-;,. successful conclusion. For that reason we feel safein rail but the loss up to this time is negligible and Well, I have been' taking and reading May you all prosper, especially the jjjsufTrafrists.

J) ;;: "i1.',I: .J.8II..t.re4. fn the Poetotftoe In Klaalmme. Florida, making .the bold statement that LAKE TOHOPE- the railrodas feel it but little. I the Gazette for some yeprs as well as &
'. .i"1'! ,.;ylj'';Ar\\+",' nd-ethos a&tt.r.) KALIGA WILL BE BULKHEADED.When I four other Florida papers and I read I Yours truly, '
; That the will increase from to
,, l'' :" .rl" .; .":""< custom year year all the news, editorials and advertlrmenta >- E. A. WILSON }.
h' 1 k..\,;"J"i" ( DECEMBER 10. 1915. this important work is completed and the goes without saying and it stresses the importance until I am quite interested in I Box 564, Franklin, Pa. .{
".,. ,) 'h )., : .' FRIDAY. results begin to be realized in the years to come '[of road improvement all over Florida. With com- Florida. I think it is the coining .tj
,. 1.t' jl::'. ';I"r, state in the Union. It has the climatic APPRECIATES I PAPER ',1
member of the city council which plannedand wisdom Pinellas to
)it, every mendable county is endeavoring;! and other advantages over other .,
'',",{" ), \0 i,: i.KiJMiinrnW lakefront bulkhead is going to be carried out the work will be placed upon a I do its part along these lines. Its thoughtful citizens states in the Union. I It has c. bright Harrisburg Pa., \:

'H''', "I,, -la.Ie. lI7.! r pedestal in the city's histoncal hall of fame and in realize that the facilities of 10 years ago are not future. ]It seems that Florida has Nov. 29, 1915. *4

r.Ji. '}. ",' ..,,., J",,.:,FA.! "". _: : the memory of those who !live here after us. The adequate for the needs of the present and that only been discoverey by the Yankees Kissimmee Valley Gazette: i v

: ,,t. J ",.'.. .1'be1e'): are many strangers within our gates. future citizens of Kissimmee will point back to this improvements must be made .if it.tI expected to seethe a its few boundaries yeiirs. Now and they going"are invading to buildup I Some one is kind 'enough to send I'
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.;, "" "i :;'t.:>W1 at, have we done to make them feel at home? day and time with pride. They will recall the county grow and prosper and take its place her industries are and make things me Kissimmee weekly Valley for some Gazette.time past It seems the }I
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.' "qt.::; ,> .:;>"'" : :- names of the members of the council and other among the worth while counties of the state. hum down there. My old school mate, I like getting a paper from home and '',
kr ci \ who lent their aid the and Mr. II. M. Porter located there over the donor. '
'w''. .f citizens to movement I wish to thank Kissimmee '
,11se'oard! of Trade'of Fort Pierce has followed
".. thirty ueo. You have used him
years like home to us, for about two \
will them and their (the seems
I.f.,: the. Example set by the local board of trade a few heap upon memory praise PAVING BRICK MEN AND PAVING well and he treated me royally whenI I years ago Mm. Bickel and I spent p
that will be theirs.
: .' "'id**** ago and i.i holding open-air 'meetlngs to boost justly I passed up and down through your three very pleasant Weeks at the
1' ,'iV L, f.public ;improvement : We honestly believe that the bulkheading workto state over two years ego. I have other home of J. W. Prentis and family.We .
Apropos of the recent discussion in Florida in friends and acquaintances there. AM visited a g-ood part of Florida
'.M 'V&X: : be, done by the city will only be a beginning of on
''I",- . ' r!: .aT... : :- development work which will spread as Councilman regard to paving materials is the following editorial are doing( well happy and enjoyinglife that trip and we both agreed that no
,; 'Y'0' :: ''It' SO $table have become the natal in which in the Dayton, Ohio. News on the urging us to come and partake ,, place seemed more homelike than Kis- ,
l ,;t' \ M : ( grass crops J. W. Thompson said in addressing the council appeared freely of the fine Florida climate and simmee. We are looking forward to ,
jkf Jr '%" ,' "' ectaont of Florida especially in Lake that of the convention there of paving brickmen. hteir .
; county until! there is a bulkhead along the whole front of occasion hospitality.The again visiting your city just aa soon ,
2"" .; }of.i.!<, .-' "aflk* ;''in:,Jacksonville have announced that they7a the lake from the city to Shingle Creek. We can The editorial reads as follows: weather is cold here. Hills, big I as we can satisfactorily arrange affairs .
I't: *w loaa'money with the natal hay as security. fellows ones, are covered with snow. Roadsare to get away from hirne- and bust- ?i
; with
; I'- ; picture a boulevard running alongside this bulk- The paving brick men are us--husky
frozen up sidewalks icy. The ness. I also spent most cf my time \:
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t ."I i:G' f".t'1Jt. '",,;"", ,T -: :- I!head from the city to this pretty stream. We can who are engaged in making the material thatis wicked stand in slippery places and I during the day in the real estate office >

s ". I,' ', . I.> ;:''-ASV e..IM>>o.tet for Kissimmee. If you can't boost see this boulevard faced by hundreds of handsome lifting us out of the mud. They are here from where they don't there is something I of H. M. Breaker & Co., evidently J\

(- .' t I( ; ;'\:':' :jyon; Otlght to move to some town that you can i I homes both of permanent residents and winter tour- all sections of the countrymen who preside over said. Apples are $1 to $1.50 a bushel; now the firm ofBreaker\\ A Barclay, f

:,: 1>" ,i'\I.t:;:\ rhoe.t't'; Every time you boost Kissimmee you help !+ists.I We can see automobiles and carnages spinning I big plants and little onesand they are attendingto bushel potatoes; onions(Irish) $1 80 a cents bushel to; butter$1 a', ; and Broadway.boarded I at am the now Fouts watching family the on

:' .:tfrr\: \.!; ,;.for what help Kissimmee helps you. ., along this boulevard. their occupants enjoyingthe business while having a good time.It country roll, 36 to 40 cents a pound; dally weather report and it will not belong T

t"ro.. ...,")V. (\\1/" '.,., \, _: cooling breezes off beautiful Lake Tohopeka has been a struggle and there are still many eggs, fresh, 45 cents a dora; egirs, before the people in the North \r'
-t..I.' I ;'jY'TheDeleoerltie liga. We can see this bulkhead lined with orna- be stale, well they throw them at political cannot help hut envy your temperature. .
this brick-paved nation.
;: .'. / National convention will beheldrw contests on, but is to a candidates; petroleum oil, i. e.: The weather in this part of ,.
s s>Of + '. St. Louis, beginning on Wed nellOay.' June mental clusters of electric lights until the whole It is being demonstrated every day that other pav- crude oil as it is pumped from the Pennsylvania has been very wet all i

:.. Mth; Heretofore the conventions were started on stretch is one blaze of !light at night. The beautyof ing is a makeshift, or that it at least answers onlya ground, $2 a barrel. Thick heavy oil summer, attended by great electrical

,>-, :";Tuesday but the Democratic leaders evidently were the scene challenges and defeats all attemptsat temporary purpose. Bnck is the road; and the that is used in creasing the axles of storms doing a great deal of damage '.
::
n tt words. railroad cars is $4 a barrel and has at Rome places. The fall thus far has
.\;, ', 'aupertbtiout. of the 13th. description with mere sooner every community recognizes it, and makes I been for the past twenty-five years. been a good deal more pleasant than I

', ,.:,,: ., -. -w i**v -.. : And with the city council firmly on record and arrangements to vitrify its roads, the better it will There is no change in price and all the summer. We have not had any 't!.
"N. I. plans started to complete this work. we confidently be-and the cheaper. the cars running on the railroads in real hard freezing weather so far
I.1 "Watch I
ICissimmee
for
,4 .I \1- _. Grow"was slogan I I
our a
? this is dream but that is storehouses that the United States are oiled with Galena more than a few heavy frosts and it is !
her
believe that no mere is an Nature has nothing in is
:i fir' Ut .i, t dumber of years. Let's dig it up from the put l : I' Signal Oil that is pumped out of nothing unusual to see here and there "\
t" --- 4p ,T 1 And put It to the forefront again. Indications point I Ij accurate forecast of conditions that will exist within superior to properly made brick. In her furnaces the ground within a radius of four a few late flowers in bloom yet. If ,'.:

>',10 another"upward movement, both industrially andJ.trom : a few years in the future. she hat produced nothing that so well serves the miles of Franklin, Pa. No oil like it in whosever hands this letter falls I ;
+ -'\' We say all praise to the council, may it continue purposes of man. In the deposits she has left for is produced anywhere in the world. should like to he remembered to the ft
a standpoint of population.Here The quantity is limited and is getting Breaker & Barclay real estate firm, f
; will do )
believe
value thann
yi9" : : M4a; this movement, as we honestly it us to grovel in, she has placed no greater less each .
year.I D. (;i. Wagner, insurance and real estate ?
until even this prediction of the future may fade .' the clays. She has wrought many wonders but I have lost track of the oil well I Doctor (' I. Hyatt, the Fouts '(
iI ( .. ,l..;. .\ a good Christmas. suggestion from one of into obscurity beside the eloquent appeal of reality. nothing! so wonderful as her natural product whichwe Mr. Knbbs and others were drilling ardmg house and the J. W. Pren- J
I :4 ** 'i ;ti |exchanges: "If ,you cant pay cash for a call silica and out of which we have fashionedso down there I fear they have not tis family. I will be very/lad to if- ..
u ::1 ",T f.* Chrutma* present. ,don't buy it. You will find il articles of and comfort. struck a vein vet. Hope they will ceive the paper at times. -1,
j j :''l tneh,harder to pay a bill for a Christmas present MOTOR AGE AND FLORIDA many use Judge Kribbx is an experienced oilman I Respectfully ''
lbaii for The paving brick men are assuming, however, from this section of the country, H. M.
: j something you or your family really need. :- vou"j'\j'
i4, a .:.t' a tremendous responsibility. The prospenty of the but he does like the warm, balmy at- 1
If>! .i; ". Writing of the recent Dixie Highway. tour in community in fact is in their hands. They can ---------------

it e', rout for trouble! A reporter of the Flora Motor Age J. C. Burton said : help us to secure the proper roads or they can retard -

a lID Jmorrin Jacksonville writes of the "beau- When you come to Florida you are in the last us in the game for they are to have much of 1---

r : !tilde town of Miami." The beautiful"part frontier of Uncle Sam. a magic realm that beckonsto do with helping us to secure the best of roads at the

r r L, ;'swt.. those Miami people all right, but that the settler and demands the proper exploitation most economical of prices. It is unfortunately true SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

a and "town" business, we are afraid will of its marvelous natural resources. Florida is exotic that every time a manufacturer sends out a poor I

hf ti objected to strenuously. a semi-tropical peninsula where the cocoanut, grade of goods it retards the adoption of such godsto AND OSCEOLA COUNTY ..
and trees thrive in the sandy
grapefruit
'<":.., -: :- orange a certain extent.
.i
,'., soil where the palm and palmetto trees sway in That is one of the advantages of such conven- _. &. .& ._ _a&&a&.a&. && & &&A. & & & & .. .. ...A.AA _
4' a of the finest catalogues yet issued by a scarlet - - - L. --
I'firm i i. the breezes of perpetual summer; a land tions as this of the paving brick men. It enables Mr. Sears of Kissimmee is
,, that of the Royal Palm Nurseries. and red and with hibiscus getting headquarters. It is anounced that B
a eeo.' The; catalogue liich is beautifully il- with the poinsettia yellow them to get closer together to co-operate more ready to burst upon Washington in the company has already purchased
f blossoms. It is California without the snow-crested fully with the legitimate and to help weed out the all the splendor of a brand new con approximately 10,000 head of cattle
SGf and ailed is the work ofamter
artistically ,
tit |I''
here the Tribune. from
tE.t mountains. The Spanish atmosphere is illegitimate manufacturer. So we are all interested gressman. -Tampa individual cattlemen.FortPierre
of DeLand. Wefctulate
f Printing company ---- Tribune.
u both companies. Spanish architecture, the Spanish part or. in the meeting being held here at this time. It The OR..ola Cattle company has -0-

r x The ride across the northern of Florida, brings us a little nearer to the era when one can been recently formed in Kinsimmee, Congressman Joe Sears has gone
V.- ,. fJj 'I( :- from Tallahassee to Jacksonville is not especially travel on a brick road from one section of the with a capital stock of 250000. to Washin ton, I) C., where he will
j r Clearwater Sun: edited by that inmiitable pleasant. The trails are sandy and narrow the other section. Florida (i rower. take his seal in the congressional hall
country to every of the
< nation. Already, several i
has added another and there few pat-
U. machine
t. r linotype country is sparsely populated are The union Thanksgiving service at I riots' are cleaning their shoes thinkingto
'u pment. Powell claims to be printing the places of historic interest to cause the tourist to Kissimmee memorialized President walk in Joe's foot-steps but don't 4'

l i.'Country daily;, in the world'for' the size tarry by the way. Just before reaching Live Oak. SLIPSHOD ADVERTISING Wilson to call a meeting of neutral let 'em do it Joe.-Orange County

which it i i. published. And the best the Dixie Highway crosses the Suwanee river on the : :- nations in 'the interests of peace in Citizen --0-

t I, *. it he is making good his claim every day. east bank of which stands the tree under which the A group of newspaper men got to talking the Europe.-Palatka-0-News. The Kissimmee Produce Growers?):

a .of f;, -: :- song of the old plantation singers was written. A other day about their experiences in dealing with From an infant born at Kissimmee I Association has adopted the plan oi'

{k .-n county' has, joined the "dry" counties few miles farther east is the monument erected on merchants in the matter of advertising. The story and matured at Orlando the Central bear having the every Ktiiriip crate of the handled organization by them,

'J,, 'f, y the voters by a majority of 230 approv- the battlefield of Olustee, where in one of, the was told of one merchant who used to say that it I Florida a Highway"great( association organization has Orlando become and! the mimlvcr of th"'jlow"I'vho

,' suiting of the open saloon. Seventeen oflit bloodiest fights of the Civil war, the southern troops never paid for an individual merchant to adver I Sentinel. ,'al1/) the produce( The members .'

l' precincts majorities thelth stopped the western march of the northern army tise. He admitted that it might pay for the entire hale is luriffacreage in strawlx rien.
tat gave against after Jacksonville had been shelled and captured body of merchants in a town to get together and I With n "i-iiniUil slock of $2,0,000() > the and will (commriK-e/ \to ship noun.l .- .
Marion county dry there is not a wet Osceolu (Cattle has been oramcl l 1'\0,1\111\ i \ (;rawer
; tween'' Jacksonville and Tampa. Pinellas. From Jacksonville to Miami the southern terminus advertise %o as to attract the attention of the surrounding / with. h
q i and Monroe are the only wet counties of the Dixie Highway, there are good roads country. But he never I believed he could mitThi.s< ,company has purchased all A delegation of Kissimmee citizcnslast .(,
nda. and bad. For 50 miles the brick highway along draw trade from less enterprising men by his own of the rattle owned l by K.: I. Lesley week motored\ I to Sanford to investigate ;
the work
> I on the new lake
and W. C Bu."lid
lie the
to
t the east coast permits the driver to open up the individual advertising. in bulkhead
,\ there This work is being
-: : neighborhood of 10,000 head. Wau-
t' : throttle to the last notch and the natural shell roads A little inquiry about this man's business gale chula Ad\ O'ute. .financed hy a bond issue, which is to ItIt.!

Y' ve of "unprecedented prosperity"seems farther south are easy to negotiate. But in the some significant facts. In spite of his protestations, lie repaid by the assessment of the

reached Kissimmee. Announcement isfthe swamps, there are narrow paths covered with decayed he did a very considerable amount of advertising.He With n capital stock of $250,000 the property owners, at the rate of $24a
front
foot.
Osreola ( title Company has been The property owners '
organized
4' i ; : Tucker Brick company will begin at vegetation and water which are almost impassable made it a habit to keep a file of the home news- with headquarters' at Kissim- are allowed to pay the assessmentand

+, t"" fa erection of its plant and will employ in wet weather and corduroy trails throughthe papers. Every week he was taking space, he would I mee. This company has purchased take the land, with the exception{

,4, -r y-ermen, many of them skilled laborers I jungle wilderness that jolt all the enthusiasm out clip out his advertisement of the previous year, or I all of the cattle owned by E. I.I Lesley of a driveway, or to let the reclaimed
i' +ars Marie Coincident with this announce- that make and W. C. Bass, said; to be in the property go to the city. It is stated
of the to some slight
bi tourist. some year previous neighborhood of 10,000 head. (Joines- that every property owner has electedto
: f,, '' me _w''city; council ha begun serious considera- When the roads are improved the tour from changes, and send the slightly revised old copy as I I ville Sun. I take the land and pay the assess-

> J 4 tri" ,!1;rtioiof plans to bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga.'SlFhe Jacksonville to Miami will be most inspiring. Alongthe his notice for the current week. He paid good capital stock m<"l1't.. KisHimmee. is i contemplatingsimilar
v . With a \ of $2f>0 000 action in the
and tall
of bulkheodinq-
't way are dense forests palm trees money for it, too. He appreciated the value of the Osceola ixwnorganized !
Cattle has
i \ Miami Herald say that with the exception slender pines grey with festoons that make one timeliness enough so that for November 1915, he with Kissimme company as its Tnbune.r Lake .Tohopekaligra.-Fort Pierce

'p \ "' St Petersburg Time not a single paper in believe that he is in Africa not America and when would want an ad written for some previous No- I

I f :it3 oMhe'tate had any faith in the recent state census. the tropical moon shines through the f foliage! you vember. But that was all. M

t' '\\jf i'" trenuou ly object to that statement insofar! look for a Numidian lion and expect to see mon- ThIS merchant would go alcJnV' from year to OO O OOOOO O OOO OOiOOOOOOO.OOOOOOO.OOOOOO.
; '
i "'; to u*. Why shouldn't we be satisfied? keys hanging from the branches overhead.At year often not buying any new" stock in many of

# i +;" ': ,t. ;laPPliu show that Osceola county percentage twilight the cloud effects are beautiful. As his lines. Why should not the public be satisfied STATE PRESS COMMENTS |

l'.. .ht'- 'lea ear was 201. the largest per- the sun sinks below the horizon the summer sky is with it? He had a fairly good trade in spite of his X

l' r F i '> of any county in the state for that period."mor veiled in filmy draperies of soft delft blue and sal slow methods. The space he took in the newspaperswas ooooocooo'o oo ooo.ooo.ocO.OOOtoooo..o.oooo
t .j the broad rive t. estuaries of the Atlantic read and had effect. Probably'
; f : *'could we ..U I mon. In carefully some THE VAIL HAG in Texas Sarah Corn married Wif-
,, ", -: :- : are small islands dotted with palm trees. It seems a great many people were not conscious of the fact liam Cobb. But it took Kentucky to

r.. '{ I a sort of sacrilege to hurry on. You are in a realm that it was old copy. In this morning's mail was a three- furnish a Bird-Shott wedding.-Mi-
,In- teaion for the hobo i is here. lie comes to of romance, where to enjoy life to the very fullestis These notices missed the fundamental principleof I column story boosting a motion pic- ami Metropolis. ,

r t 6, 'when the Frost and Snow Kings rule the to dream. advertising that advertising is news and should ture company; two railroads sent in 0-- I

ff ; e "'f /;!',Mayor Bowden, of Jacksonville has called appeal to the public hunger for news by telling :a column apiece about their wonderful From our experience in the newspaper -

j i ':)"w vention'of mayors to handle this question and I ;; what special values have turned up in the store. It I winter train in sent Florida; an automobile like business, we find that our readers
company us a picture and the short
A' and I a editorial 'I
professionalir FLORIDA paragraphs
)f i .;n/" tIle'ienctinS of pauper AUTOMOBILE TOURS
that he satisfied beautiful
: -TVAt. is not surprising was not wholly I story of their car; some much more than long winded article
i.... ,:; :* into Florida from other citie farther north. with his results. Yet even at that, and with all : fellow with an idea and who wants to I they do not take time to read, and we .'<
f. 'f ha.' formeil: a Common Sense League in What the good roads agitation has done for his unprogressive ways it is interesting that he did I have a nation wide reputation contributed I write accordingly. They tell us also t

i /membership; due arc nothing a year. Florida is being proven this winter by the large not dare to let his advertising drop, and had a almost boat two pages on preparedness ) that one column of )local( items i is "/0
ship ; a usktfd( I worth
company < us to five of
stock of small cards, long articles. McClen-. '
w ,; a yr.. jcmberthave on hand a number of automobile parties which are now touring blind faith that any old kind of notice would help mention their palatial/ boats to Jacksonville ny Standard. .
w h i: are handed to beggars and which i tell them the state. Not a day passes without several automobile him. ; the great government of -

y j; I"a i 11 to i th 'ecity alid county authorities.! If they parties passing through: Kissimmee arid --- mail ours their wanted Christmas us to advise people to I i A charming old 1 ;lady from the north

t'f rth1'. they get the needed aid. : many of them stop here for a day or two. Along three fairs sent in packages early; called on the Herald the other day 'A

i ,," ', ..- : :- this line the Clearwater Sun says : A correspondent of the Florida Grower wants a canker contributed press to matter the ; citrus and in the course of conversation she ',
mail '
r
k \ ;,i\'J\ '10 ;/ I said, :Of course, we old ladies talk
M due the growing for the "humbug. He writes follows bug as well the a
t 'Jineat editorial ever written by a It is quite the fashion to ever cure a? : as experimental sta heap without
"it
'VB' o'f .tL. saying much but I want
; l" -'U' that 'of Frank Harris the aged popularity of automobiles and to improved roads I am sorry that the farmers suffer so much from tion Suffrage at Gainesville league at New and a Woman's to tell you that one can get moja en-
;edftof Orleans.
ti r,;,. Ocala Banner in which he refuse to for tourists to drive through from their northern insect pests. The following stanza is not my own This is written to show joyment out of Florida's climate than ::1ft f.
readers
: j .'"f." the ;>of' 'candidacy for governor. home to spend the winter in Florida. They find a but I feel !like sending it to you as perhaps you how easy it would be to-01 edit r the any place on earth." We immediately a
jiYjdeaY
: came to the ''
? ,,"I 3 if s ;d beeoTurgod upon him by a number of new delight in traveling leisurely in their com- can suggest some insecticide for the last named pest Sun if we printed all the stuff ourcontributors !lady could say conclusion a "heap"that this withoutI1tlk,1'JK old l

ft'i i: ,AI cite hi age a* the great- fortable touring car and in seeing something of of the four. Here it is: Some of the sent matter to use.is much.-Fort Lauderdale 1If'

-l: ; ..ewspato/hia: candidacy. and says: the country a* they travel. The chinchbug take the farmer's grain. able but this thing of "working quite accept-the Herald. .,'

r: ; :ct Vit-iK hrtai>. arnerecl There isbeautifwJvtthAn.hon6rabl They realize the truth of the claim that travel The moth will eat his honey. pn ee" is certainly at its height.- 'like ,

r k;'l ...., old age h educaljo aJ. They find that ,they see more than The bed bug make him scratch all night. Clearwater Sun. riety.Fowls This i. why people the, bouteirlfe appreciate who va- ,"

.a.vrerlCsifng.p; !"t plac>.by/the" hearths I when, betnf, vvtiuked through !i. a Pullman at the And the humbug take his money. Up m Philadelphia- fades her flock plenty of. green stuff .w'

< ..- . [ rate of 5Q. mil* an hour. They have the pleasure Yours truly. F. V. ard hat married Bessie, George Snow. Biz-Out aenm, from the table; "etc..cetII thinote ,
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; i' ;* Vr *V ** >i-r i''mOF. : Invited,to,attend'whether bandyU"'*:,member. OVHJOO SCMOOt ,', .."... ..:1'.... .. .. '.....,. .. ', .j.t',.. ;:.,x e. r .
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; Cloud of the school or not. \* .t.d
/Department;: /There was *.--decided improvement '
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i fa.Co IV appearance..Sunday but:it ;CHILDREN OPERETTA :

,' >/ .... \ ", fL. II, wit Is atill.adZa&.rr".t.o: A great with 'many that' ''.. > .." .r.*,, THESELLS:YEILOWTAC: 1

1 yaw NEWS..AND. NOTES OP Tint WONDEB. CTTir.FROM oua'.OWN cute .(1) mustache: ,Ask'him,: I SPLENDID . ENTERTAINMENT "
.. Mrs.. Sam Barber ts visiting\ her. GIVEN LAST ." FRIDAY -NIGHT ,
SPECIALCORRESPONDENTTV '. daughters, Mrs-.R & Floyd *n .. .J-. '?t :. . '. Julius Smith tn Kissimmee... i .AND OVER $76 REALIZED' FOR :
r ATHLETIC**ASSOCIATION AND :
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Teteran"Asiodadon'was calk ,Mr. and")( .: J. H. Ferguson entertained i.i..1 LIBSABX4 THEGOtDS1,
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eel to order .
It SaturdayDecember 4th ,, the 600 dub last.,Wednesday \4ore. '
+ by PresidentKenney.. opened by sing' evening at their lovely home on New tiC' THURMAN .CITY ': 'than a 'hundred school children
,. Ins "America" after.which Rev. Non" York avenue? Lively games. were indulged . , .. .. of the primary, Intermediate and < .
throp led in pra er.* Song, "Battle in until 10:30. o'clock. Bin. ,., ..... ......00. . ... ...... grammar school grades;participated . We'm'st .reduce! ; stock *. *
a Cry of Freedom.4 minutes of last Ed. George and G, H.' Clark capturedthe in tM production of>the.." oodland : :oUr ; ,/.: .
.. .meeting were road and approved. first price; the hostess and Mr.:8. .In. L M. Lanier was. the 'Sundayguest Fairies, an operetta'at''the hig-h i ,'
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Notice were read of PriscUla Xmas W. Porter were the proud possessor of Mr. and .Mrs.' Wade -Lanler school auditorium last Friday night. ) : 'Jiin + .t
i i tree In G. A. R. hall Dee. 17th. of the second price. After awarding of Red Land. .... The auditorium.. tiled with par .$500; .by itry1"s.tl. H
,Lecture on Christian Science by Clarence " the'prizes all repaired to the dining Miss Opal Smith was tho week-end ante, friend of the school and the "
W.' Chadwick, Dec. 7th. Talk room where a feast awaited them. guest of Mrs. W. C. Sensibe. | public In generaL The large attendance need : t.;
,was made on collection taken for the Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Roy Wooten spent Sunday in showed a marked interest of the We the tn6iieythat:, : 'f m
... Newcomers were EeL George Mr. and Mrs G. H. Kl aimmee. community In the school and Its work '
'f k Commander A. W. Straub. of Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carl on Clam and was Pa.! Capt.D. W. Owens, of Mrs. Buckmaster, Miss Rox{n. Good Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Senslba and Mr. Superintendent Evans and his corpsof is the reason 1'fo the' tJlG'.I'I.I. ;
t +' Co. K. 6th Ky. Inf.; W. H. Patterson rich and S. W. Porter. The guests and Mrs. Dan Lanier and children teachers. The operetta was given t \, '. '",, kfi
s : of Ind. All were glad to be here. expressed themselves as having a delightful took dinner Thursday with Mr. and for the benefit of the Athletic Association \
d how he Comrade StliLouis told time and bade their host and Mrs. Wade Lanior. and Library of the school and DISCOUNT .SALE. v D.;,:, :' ,:
was buncoed at on hostess good-night and to moet next H. G. Seiver and a gentleman over $76 was realized for these funds. . I(' "..<
c his way north. with Mr. and Mrs. Edd George friend were in Thurman City Mon- The operetta was well rendered ; "*!-<* W

Capt. Angel on his Sri trip and Miss Annie Carson and friends of with music furnished by the high We have actuallycut'tfiprices ; :
glad: to bo back with son and wife for Kissimtnee motored to St. Cloud on day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Sonsiba and I school orchestra. The children showed : ;, !
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the winter. Tuesday.Mrs. Dan and Wade Lanier were in Loughman i the effects' of careful training and .... .
John H. Bowers back from Indiana, C. D. Miller of Avon Park Thursday on business. every number was exceedingly well from rtir1j&&IK'Vft't> : : : -.10))
had winter all summer and wore spent a few days this week the guestof commenced workin produced. The chorus work of the :, ./ : 'J.r
:, overcoat nearly all the time gore. her sister Miss Ruth Bass. Orange pickers little tots was exceptionally fine. The ; ) '' w. I 4:\ \N"Y
week.B.
this last
Mrs. Philip Mohr came back on her Mrs. Mabel Stevens evangelist will section principal characters did their par'slike cent. t' *.'. I' 'I ...:
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.11 18th trip over the road. Just 6 years be at the M. E. church all this week. Dickerson and E. R. Smith were little professionals. Those who : ; i1 "iiSt! .I' 1''It.
ago to the day when she first landed. Come and help her to help you. calling on Michigan avenue Sunday. acted the parts of the principals were: .t-t ) u .. ( :.
v Daniel Harvey back from Vermont Mrs. G. H. Clark and Miss Roxine Mr. I. M. Lanier sold his oranges Queen Natura Benevola Lucy Lup- .. J .,
t and glad of it. Ohio next Wed- Goodrich spent Monday and Tuesdayin last week. fer; Princess Celandina, Muriel Belo v is e ofthie; ; k.s
afsamjp[
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nesday. Comrades to dinner and Orlando.' Mr. and Mrs. D. Lanier were Sun- Dawes; Princess Viola Vera Johnson; .t' : ,\ KC . '.
e nerve itMrs. Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster C. E. Carl- day guests of her parents Mr. and Princess Euphrase, Ruth Hlrttel; '
." Hill who had charge of the son and Lynn Daugherty motored to Mrs. Johnson. Princess Veronica, Elizabeth! Ledbetter prices thatpreYailr) jrough' .
program, being absent a volunteer Kissimmee Friday afternoon last. W. P.Burr and children were ; ; Scltool- y. Bradley Brecken- \f: :
fl. 'f exercise was given. Song, "Tramp, Mrs. Rice and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kissimmee ridge; Goody Mary Spier; Little May, {
Tramp, Tramp," by choir and audi Mrs. Welcker of Washington, D. C., shopping. Sensiba in and wife Tuesday.W. Mr. and Geraldine Lesley; Gypsy, Maud Ty- the entire st6ckU( t it : '
ence. B. G. Sill, humorous monologue/ are spending a fow days in St. Cloud. C. in ncr; North Wind, Artie Taylor East -- ..... ,.! : ..... I
which was very good. Song, trio 3 'I Dr. Christie is visiting in Kissim- Mrs. Dan Lanier and family were Wind, James Dietz; South Wind, Hor- ; ," ;, . -f ,
business.
Blind Mice by Mr. and Mrs. Ed. De- mee this week. Campbell Monday on ace Dunn; West Wind Howard Base. Mantle Clock. : "
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8-Day
-iI. pew and Lynch Story and recitation Miss Bonnie Ricketts, Walter Ar- :rcg : ; "
;t by a comrade. Duet Faded Coat of row mith, Floyd Mosher and Mac Ar- 000000.0000.00..0000000000 THICK GLOSSY HAIR l' 0'00- .
'1\ Blue, by Lynch and Depew. rowsmith visited at Narcooasee on O 4 FREE FROM DANDRUFF ular value $15- SalejPrice ,' :f
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k by E. Schofleld accompanied by Edith Sunday.Mr. 0 PLEASANT VALLEY ITEMS' > .: ,:
'I''' Ilarrod a second( number was" given and Mrs. N. t. Edwards were '
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: after applause. How to Make Saur Klssimrrtee callers on Tuesday.Mrs. . OO O.OOOOOO. OOOO.o.OO. Girls 1 Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and 8-Day Mantle' Clorcgu; -- /> Barber and of beautiful Get a 25 cent bottleOf .50I .
\ Kraut by Ed. Depew. W. H. Adams, May daughter -
Melmaker of St Cloud con- Sale.Priee
a Fair Oaks, sketch: Mr. Cartwright, Kissimmee, spent Friday last with ducted Rev. the services at the schoolhouse Danderine.If lar value $10.00 ;:, > .'
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i': Yacob Strause. The following have Mrs. Barber's parents Mr. and Mrs. ,Sunday.Mr. you care for heavy hair that glistens ... .' .,
7, Frank Caldwell. .
charge of the for December.
61 i December 4.programs Mrs. Hill: Dec. ,U, Mrs. Rhea Sawtelle left Wednes- T. Murphy, south has of moved Pleasant upon Val-the with beauty and is radiant with 8-Day Mantle Clock: regular '- I. . .
,. Mrs. Depew; Doc. 18, Mrs. Ellyson; day to ppend a week with friends at Bailey place life; has an incomparable softness and 6'OO'I. >
Dec. 25, Mrs. Westcott. Port Ritchey. ley.Miss value Saleifjrice '
Danderine. $9.00 .
Pearl Thomas was elected is fluffy and lustrous try :
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r Closed by singing "Stra Spangled Miss Mattie Wilson was a Kissimmee and of .. ,, f. .
f' Banner." visitor on Wednesday. assistant secretary treasurer Just one application doubles the \ t' "

.' the Mr.Sunday Shelton school.Warren and G. Young beauty of your hair, besides it immediately 8-Day Mantle Clock reguR; 'A A\- :: it-: _
FOWLER-POWELL The Priscilla Club met on Friday. dissolves particle oldandruff. . ::
KisBJmmee every .
1: The wedding of Miss Rena Fowler' Dec 3rd, with Mrs. James GofT and made a business trip to (
lar value Sale Price U.UUitt
You not have nice $8.00 \1 .i-
t. of St. Cloud, and Mr. Bert Powell, of Mrs. Feme Harden at the home of Monday. can .. : 1fJ'' ,j ,,..
family have mov- < ..
O'Nfil, Nebraska, at the Presbyterian Mrs. Feme Harden. A goodly num- Perry Jernigan's feavy, healthy hair if you have > -. ,,,.. \ '\
church on Wednesday. December 8th.was ber was in attendance. The club will ed Mrs.to the Warren Nelson and house.Myrtle Young attended dandruff. This destructive scurf robs 1- Day American Alarm; % ; 11 ./.,
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beautiful affair and have food sale December 17 In''
,. attended.a The church decorations very Hrgoly G. AR, a hall, also on a Christmas tree Sunday. school at Phinney the hair of its lustre its strength and Clock '(i\\ .' ''Ji.;5'c" i\\ I ..(
were typically Floridian in character when Santa Claus and his brother Point. Its very life and if not overcome It I for .' + ,a 'L'
Miss Anna Carson visited school _
.'L all the windows doors and choir rail will appear. After the business was : produces a feverishness and itching of *, r

t;. draped grape vines in Spanish, while small mor.s pine and trees wild forth dispensed the with.following,Ibe hostesses"stunt": brought I Tuesday girls in to the interest canning the club.boys Several and the scalp; the hair roots famish, 16 or 18 Size 0 pet1raceoldlrThed , it; '

students were very eager to take up loosen and die; then the hair falls out
stood sentinels at each door, filling Imps.
the whole as building with their spicy 1. An imp of uneasiness-impa- the noon'work l is set of apart this by club.Supt.Friday C. E.after-Yow- fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of Watch, guaranteed Z0( /,y jts I

,i4 odor. The with back of and tho organ was tience.2. An obstructive ell as! clean-up day, to improve the appearance ICnowlton's Danderine from any drugstore : \ ;= \. ; '
draped moss on top were imp-impede.' of the school grounds. anj> just try it. Elgin or yalthamment 'mote; t .:,
bouquets of roe: and a large moss 3. Imps making public charges .. 8 .8O ."
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with white
basketfilled pure sta.ry impeach. --- >If
blossoms. The high handle tied witha 4. A defective imp-imperfect. .. e.' \" t
large-flufYy! bow of pink tulle, every : 5. An uncivil imp-impolite. :'8 : ''.
window ledge was banked with lam'ol'' 7. A consequential imp-if n port- 0-Size Hunting Gold Filled ;
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and bouquets of roses pink and white ant. 6 ,:WatcbY l\\
being the colon used. The recess 8. A dishonest Imp-improbety. ?
back of tho pulpit was filled with 9. A saucy imp-impudent. guaranteed 20 years, Elgin ( Y{ }'
branches of bay trees and cabbage I 10. A careless imp-r impulsive. AND( ALL IS WELL ATTAYLOR'S 9"95-
palms, all banked with Spanish moss 11. Here an imp that's profane- or Waltham movement t; ..:.
and trailing vines of southern smilax implicated .,.
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,, while banging from the arch was a 12. pne coming from abroad-im- ': ..

filled moss basket with rose.trimmed The with entiredecora smllnx'and: port.Mrs. Rode winning the quartx r for Solid Gold Wrist Watcihsfor : >' '

;. tive scheme was the work of Mrs. C. the missionary fund. After dainty re- 'l' 2. 0
\,. L. Gibbs .f Tampa. ably assietod! by Ire hmnts were served the club ad- 4 ,. .'
' 'f Mrs. Manuel Hollenbaugh. Mrs. journed to meet Friday December 17, J c. .,.
" :).. James Rowland and Mr. Lynn Daugh\ at G. A. R. hall with Misses Mattie 16 1b. Granulated Sugar ____ $1,00 No. 3 Tripe ___ ]__________._ .20 .
,, Wilson and Cora Anderson as. hostesses. 18 Ibt. Fancy Head Rice _____ 1.00 No. / Boned Chicken _______. .40 Parker 'Waterman' "and::Simple--
arty.After the seating of the' invited 24 Ib Sack PflUbury' Flour ___ 1.00 Ne. VB Flat Pink Salmon j.' ___ .10 ,

i 'i" ;<., guests sweetly "Because Mrs. J. ,K." by Conn Guy sang de Ilardeot very- The New York-Veterans--- association, 24 A Sack Good Biscuit Flour? .85 No.,i/a Flat.Red Salmon -__4;_._. .12 Filler Fountain! Pens at:Half' I Price

r I ] and promptly at 3 o'clock'Mrs. met in Oak Grove Park Tuesday De- 10 Ibs. Meal or Grit. ________ .25 No. 1 Flat Med. Red Salmon __ .15 "." ,.

Gibbs began the bridal music from cember 7th, when the following officers Fancy Creamery Butter ______ .37 No. 1 Flat Red Salmon________ .22 We want to closeout every piece
1/ohcnirrin and the ushers, Mr. LynnUnuphprty were elecetd for the coming Oleomargarine __U U____h U \2S No.1 Tall Pink Salmon ___ .12 ;

advanced down and Mr.the west Frank aisle O. Gilbert of the, year Mr.: W. W.. Frnncher was unani- Lard Compound __uhUU_ .11 No.1 Tall Red Salmon __Un n .18 of china in stock and have;marked

Pure Leaf Lard _____________12Va No. y4 Star Lobsters ___ .20 ,
church fo! ,we girls Ruth and Helen Cisn". in nhper dent. Comrade Bonner; secretary and Sugar Cored Hams (guaranteed) .20 No. 3/4 Elk Mustard Sardines __ .10 it without regard to cost. : \ >.

white dresses aDd white ribbons, earring treasurer, C. A. Robinson. Three new I Gunpowder Tea, lb. _nun_ .30 No. 1/4 White Cross Sardines_ .05 "
" baskets of pink and white roses, members wree added to the ''associa Tea lb. ________ .45 No. Gold Label Hand Painted *
the handles tied with pink ribbons. tion. Mrs. Marskie had charge of the ; Young Hyson 1/4 Sardine. ____ .10 Plate regu-v ::1\\
Next came little Eileen Moon oarrv- following excellent program: Uncolored Japan Tea, lb. u__ .50 No. 1/4 Imported Sardines n__ .10 : r ,
h lug a moss basket filled with rose pet- Reading by Rev.' Northrop Trialsof I I Extra: Fancy Ezaporated Peaches 12Va 6 Cans Domestic Sardines ____ .25 lar value $3'50, Sale. Price,.l. ;

\ ale, which she scattered before the the Early Minister; reading by 3 Ibs. Fancy Evaporated Peaches .25 3 Can. Soup _______________ .25

bride prettier who than never in her looked dainty sweeter wedding or Cooper Mrs. Cranston, Why I; recitation Joined the by G.C.A.E.R.S.; 60-70 California Prunes <.._____ .10 3 Cans Chili Con Came _U___ .25 Hand Painted cream and.'igj",1"

, gown of white de chine, with recitation by Comrade Mosher; selection Evaporated Apricots _______u 12Vz 6 Can. Potted Meat __un_ .25
face yoke and pearl trimmings. She on mandolin by Mrs. Elsie Baker 40-50 Best Fancy Prunes ____ 12Vz 3 can Vienna Sausage ______ .25 regular value $5.00 Sale J
carried a large arm bouquet of white ; singing by choir. Adjourned to 1 do*. Baby Pet Cream _U___ .45 16 oz. Plum Pudding ___u___ .30 :: 9t"
and ferns, tied with meet first Tuesday in January. L :
white roses tulle asparagus, with shower of
narrow satin ribbon. She was! met at The ladies of the Christian church 11 01. Seeded Raisins u______ .10 Large Glass Chipped Beef.30 ''!, IOC.'
the altar by the groom and the impresoive will hold a Christmas sale In G. A. R. 15 ox. Seeded Raisins ________ .12 No. 1 Can Spaghetti_________ .10 7-Piece Nut Set regular :

ring service was used by hall Saturday Dec. 11. They will Package Figs _-______u_____ .10 Ne. 'Green Lima Bean __ __ .10 ,
Hackett to unite them in have fancy work and food and also n '
marriage.Rev. W. L. The dream music was serve lunch. Come and help along a Package Dates ____nn___ .10 No. 1 Nabob Corn __n______ .11 ,value $4.00, Sale Price\I. ,
softly played during the ceremony good cause. 3Va Ib Sack Whole Wheat Meal .20 No. 1 Nabob Pea n________ .15 .
and;: the march. motif for the reces 31/s Ib Sack Graham Floor _n_ ..18Ballard' Ne. 2 Wisconsin E. J. Peas ____ .10 Spoon -
sional. :.....oo..oooo ooooooo.oUNION Graham Flour __.10 &: .25 Ne. 2 Sifted E. J. Peas ______ .12 Tray, regular vatue ( \:

were The driven bridal to party the'and Presbyterian invited guests parsonage 0 CENTER vo BaUard's Pancake Floor ______ .10 Ne. 2 Indiana Sugar Corn ____ .10 $2.00 Sale Price : l'1: l'

where the wedding reception aMiss Premier Pancake Flour ____u .10 Ne. 2 Maine Style Corn ______ .12 .. ,

.... was held, the and newly wedded their 0..00000000.000000000000.. Ballard's Buckwheat _nnu_ .10 Ne. 2 Portland Newpack _____I .15 Kissimmee :

A received who the wished congratulations them evory of happiness Ivs Niswonger was the guestof Premier Buckwheat __________ .10 No. 2 Red Kidney Beans ______ .10 Pennants. .Half. ... .. .:;P
friends in their future life. Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee Sunday. 25c ''pic*. Ballard' Edible Bran .20 No. 3 Sweet Beets __________ .15 4' Y

The house was beautifully decorated We are glad to report that Mrs.Itughey No. 1 Sliced Cala. Peaches __ .12 Ne. 3 Kraut ________________ .10 The prices as rmirked--

by Mrs. I. O. Gilbert an intimate is getting along nicely at the. Ne. 3 Md. Table Peaches______ .10 No. 3 Pumpkin ___________ .10 .

friend where of tho the bride.wedding The gifts reception were hospital Lloyd in Harvey Orlando.and Blanche Eaton No. 3 Pie Peaches __________ .12 No. 3 Spinach _nn r ________ .12 stock prevail dunhg this' 'ni on)

I displayed room was exceptionally pretty visited the former's parents Sunday" No. 2 Sliced Pineapple ______ .20 No. 2 Spinach ______________ .10 For benefit
J 'as was also the dining where afternoon.Dr. No. 2/. G. G. Plums ________ .20 No. 2 Gooseberries __________ .10 your werwant.youcome :.
the color scheme was white and green.A . Macklin preached two splendid No. Va Lunch Tongue n______ .20 Ne. 2 Blackberries ________n .10 early the '

lovely ended basket from the of white ceiling\ roses over was the vice sermons was largely attended The evening and two ser No. Va Veal Loaf ____n____-_ .15 No. 2 Blueberries ____________ .10 as : !stock\,is sellm

table and broad, white satin ribbonsran young men made the good confession.Mrs. No. Barbecue Hash n______ .10 No. 2 Hand Pack Tomatoes .08 rapidly, and the'sale''ice" ppr" "
., from It to each corner ending in a Sarah Geerdes called on Mrs. No. / Corned Beef Hash ____ .10 No. 1 Tomato Pulp, 6 for __n .25

bow. Here were served refreshmentsof Harvey Tuesday afternoon. 'from No. V Ga. Style Hash ________ .10 No. 1 Tomato Puree ________ .05 to goods in stock. 'only.:'If\ -oarfarnot ;
to the Mrs. Gertrude Lewis came up Y
wedding cake and .cream entertained Tampa Sunday and spent several N,. V4Tri.a Fish _____nn_ .07 Pat-a-Cake Flour ___________ .15
during guests the present afternoon who were with music from days with her mother at Orlando. She Ne. Va Pimentoei __________ .10 Egg Noodle _____________n_ .05 prepared to!>>; buy/ {nowewe'writ; :' .

s' a fine victrola furnished by the Seminole also visited Mrs. Hughey a few days. No. 1 Cod Roe, Flat_______ .25 Cremona Cream ________ 10 &: .25 lay .
( '. pharmacy and played by. Mr. called Chas.at Williams the C. M.wife Smith and home children Sun- No. 1 Herring Roe __________ .10 Bulk Yellow Corn MeaL lb. __ .04 your selections asjdepfor you:!41 41It's

DaulI'herty. lovely gifts of silver cut day afternoon.Mr. Ne. 1 Roast Beef _______-_--_ .20 Pkf. Yellow Cora MeaT______ .10 : ;
.+ The linen many and china mOUly tesUf and Mrs. C. H. Funk. Mrs. No. 1 Coned Beef _________;.. .18 Premier Salad Dressing ____10 &: .25 our pleasure tosh'0'W goods,':
glass
t. to the love and esteem felt for the Spreng and Jack Hughey motored to Ne. 1 Cooked Braias ________ .20 Holiday Candies,'Ib. _________ .10 '
: girl who has endeared herself Orlando Wednesday' to visit Mrs. f W e are open after supper,t duringYDecember
young
't host of friends, both old anddung Hughey. .
.J. te a during, her four year sojourn Mr. and Mrs. Middlebrooktr and L ,. ,. >V" tf X2 i
.: in the Wonder City. George Story returned. to their home Come See 'for Yourself ..._ ''.t s "
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: bride's gifta to her little far Georgia-after twe>rwaeks'.eirdtwith s .... :" ';o* JKi, ( -
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MMMMIIMMIM.. ', ',; bekah' ;MaiervXaliv, \ Ifirtiel- ?Yalena; degree-than first:'.degreeimurderThu ,, '. body from the food '"Induces; ',an'accumulation I .;a NTH'CIRUUI duD1'r'''CURT 1 .r'" i

Rouse.Herbert Wilson, Arthur i Flint;, case attracted considerable attention ''hea'Jwitb'.tural"l08", (. '" .Fo... oeOlDO. t'UV: "
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Arthur BullockVs;, ':Arhtar Donegran,, in the 'circuit court and the large a proportion of pro-' ' \. .'. .J:..k1TCRa16CRRY. .' 0. "I. "till... ,',,;, .f.;
& Notes & ji jiMattlo jij Pansy Outlaw. ;' "* : court. room -was well filled all day en.rgy.Tlio : ,' :)> .
ciety., ,; Third Grade-D. n, w Friday i and SatuJ'4ay..wh.n the 'evf- teids.,>eems to be;l.i'threatening' A.dN iM1resrlt.s' .. 1 1rma }

Mary "Coleman, Jeanette''. Griffin, deuce was being taken., As reportedlast but various intestinal. ..disorders :'andsomeUkth .
[ Ree..af Luls ......,; ..... ..... .. ,
I. fi : J Marie ,Harper. ,Geraldine Johnson, week it required three days to se- : rashes are' said. to be among* ...*. mm* I. 0. M...*.. .,... .* Mlvnl*' '
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.' .l" ( ; Belle 't arrt.. 'Editor.) Kimbrough Oliver Mary EUs Stroup, cure a jury and both"sides were anxious the '.tJo, M.res.awits.. .
Edna Yates, Louise Young;, IrvinDriggers for this reason that there should consequences.There: ........-
Gilbert mistrial. Had there been is much to confirm these *Vloi frs' ( .,
Doyle Davis, Willie not be a BUI t llteo*e. Title.It
V,wadi U allp tromi ol tk. Valley Gazette to trad It ems Roy Hansell,',Eustis Peaks, Ralph! one 1 it was not likely that the case sclnetific calculations in the experience ,,..:.--, ,-

'. .t.-tLe $Editor for publicatioB is tbeie' col..uIj.D Schilder, Olin Sylvester Frankie Ty- could have been heard in, this county and knowledgepf, ? TCBU } ) ;
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'" .- '. ,. . ner, Roecoe Tyner Starlipg. again, as it would have been prao for ho is aware that an exclusive the ; O. Morgan In tb..bo.and MlnolrO'T9or.stated c. .'' "
Fourth Grade-A'. tically impossible. to have secured a Iran, his wlfa. two of, the defendant '.1
; I I t' ; ; ..MMKiOMIOIOlbfT 010.,10..0.0101".0.110. Ruble Bass, Leo Canova.. Janet diet of vegetables produces therein named, are non-r.sld nt. o''
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'f) Graves, Carrie Bell Hanself, Wtie( jury.Brown was 'charged with the mur known results, while one that makes the State of Florida and that the real.dvnca .
I r --r 1// ': ". ;: ,.. 'TEA...' W. Morrow, Miss Nina Bratton, Mrs. Long, Virginia Lesley Fred Lupfer, der of S. S. Johnson, known as "Bob,'.' meats 'the principal food is even more Minnie of C.the Morgan said H.l. O.unknown MorKn, and and
... W. L. Paulk Mrs. L. H. Mrs.
1A 1'; Ingram, Katherine Miller, Marie Ogram Nel- near the Bass store in South Klssim that there !. no person In. the Stat;
'<) and Mrs: J. L. Overofttertained Sarah Cohoon, Mrs. J. M. Corhrane, lie 'Isabel Tyner, Clara Bell Yates, mee last February. He admitted the! harmful. The human body' however, of Florida the nervine of n. aubpoana. .
v thoxTalent Tea at Miss Ruby Prevatt Miss Leona Rob to have the upon whom would bind mld daftnd-
1 .\ Morale Yates. killing and put in a plea of self-de- in normal health, seems and that aaJd defendants .
r I a:" .'of ths former last Friday erson, Mrs. M. I. Stout, Mrs. R. D. I Fourth Grade-B. fens. of appropriating what it needs over ants the age of twenty-ona :yearn,', -are' -tIT
V -r ,A The:;,afternoon was pleas- Guice, Mrs. A. Cotterman, Mrs. J. A. Pansier Helen Schmidt ,. power IS THEREFORE ORDKREJD! that'
Virginia ,
..< .apoht. ".A musical program was ''I Hewins, Mrs. J. J. Griffin Mrs. J. M. Ruth Herzberg, Delia Ledbetter, from food and in passing off what it the aRid non-realdant defendants be
nqipal feature of tho entertaln1MJ.eona Johnston, Mrs. L. U.flimmerma i Winn R. D.* does not need, so that the inexpert and they are' hereby required: to appear*
Madge Rivers May
the ulll of complaint flied In said
Roberson and Mrs. Mrs. II. A. Colton and Mrs. H. N.ratton. to
I i Thomas, Fred Evans, Paul tlrubb, El- mathematician need not despair of cause on or before tha 9th day of't
Weds' rendered vocal solos, Harris. health if he will eat March A I). 1919; otherwise I tha 1l!,-
Miss Elisabeth Van Buren play- CCCEMBROIDERY dridge Shall We EatBy reasonably good Kadona In mild bill of complaint will
Grade A What
*' piano solo..; Ai I contest in which CLUB Fifth Calkins moderately and masticate thoroughlythe be taken aa confessed by said defend*

'Y ,to*.tost was to make as man words The Priscilla Embroidery club was Johnnie Johnnie Bronson'(' Winifred, Gladys Denning, Una, ordinary foods, including his diet I B"lT IS FURTHER ORDERED that j
ss possible from the letters in theTJWat entertained last Saturday by Mrs. J. Sadie and fruits and thin order be published onCe-a week
f' L.. Beaman. The afternoon was Harmon, Ledbetter, Margaret meats, vegetables fur eight consecutive weeks In the
; y i Talent Tea proved interesting. spentin I
work and social Winn, F. S. Ledbetter. avoid drinks rating high in their per- Kl,...lmmc<, Valley O.s tt.. a nawapaS.T '
Mr
: Morrow"proved to be the mast fancy conversa- Fifth Grade-B. DR. I IX Y. POUTER, published In said count .- and
$!-.J '., ..'' :PfjftdontRefreshments of cakes tion. Dainty refreshments were serv- Zelma Bronson, Mildred Davis, Lu- State Health Officer centages of alcohol. !' |pDONK,
ed. Those who ANT ORDERED at Klaalnvnirr.
coffee and attended were: Mes- -
i homo-made
u candies
4 is
: were of climate not a large
r II : dames Guice Breaker la Hansel Blanche Meuler Grace Les- The matter Kli>rlda,. this 9th day of I>aoambT. -
\.,; *t t ""ed. : Mrs. : Drawdy, ter. What is a man ? element in solving the food problem, A II 1 16CtCtSeal .
s. "" MissreElrabeth Stockdale Colton J. J. Griffin Maxwell
,
1 'tt Lawler Van Bu- normal manweighing approximately ( ) J. Li. OVER8TRBHJT.
Gibbs j. Woodall Sixth GradA.Lillie The for the requires much the same Clerk Circuit
1- Mra. Fred Brunhofer, Mrs. M. J. Souders body Court.
t, 1> 'E', .: Mrs.,W. F. Parker, Mrs. W. and J. R. Bronson. The dub will meet Hansen, Ruth Elerta Hirtzel, Velma 160 pounds on the hoof, is a fuel and repair in the temperate and ,Shnrklpford Wm II Jackson* 8h and ckl ford.Mollclton .
"t 1 tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Hudson, Lucy Lupfer. O'Berry, of 92 pounds of water, '
,
<. !! Mrs.'G. F. Parker, Mrs. A. Wilma Wilson, Lewis Hirtzel, Frank composition the semitropic zones. Hunger and for Complainant. ll-lt
";.q .S.Drawdy. Mrs.. :E. E. Wells, Mrs. H. Bronson. ,Reed. 21 pounds of fat, 18 pounds of dry thirst, the guards of a healthful appetite -

.. . ,'1'\> \. ___ Sixth Grade-B. proteids, 9 pounds of gelatin, 8 1-4 should be safe guides in choosing NOTICH FOR BID$#; '.c .


!NWOMANS; OPENS SEASON ma Vera Sutton Johnson, Archie. Ruby Bass,Oliver Robert, Thel-Cal pounds carbonate of of phosphate lime, 6 ounces of lime phosphateof 1 pound mission foods, and if the appetite there is fulfillsits little of The Oaceola Board County of County will receive Commissioners blda. on

CLUB kins. properly, one mile of sand asphalt road 1* fact
I Il PUBLIC Eighth Grade-A. magnesium, 2-3 of an ounce com- need for the profound study of the wide laid S Inchea thick when ooipnllr. *
Edith Miller, Dorothy Wells, Cor- salt and chlorid of potassium, 3 the County aW do all '
t'rthl.h"bld
.I' mon tables of food values in calorics, car nidd Lt! / ;; SUCCESSFUL RECEPTION TO nelia Lancaster, Percie Oliver, Minkie ounces sugar and animal starch, and and of Court. KUalmmea, Florida.'
,
,1 : ._, ; Gardner, Elmo, Mamie Griffln.Pilley 1 Arthur Gardner enough iron to make 4 ordinary car- bo-hydrates proteids. AM.\ January. will Ird.be 191.received up to 10
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.;.., ,, .', Eighth Grade--B. pet tacks. Many of the smartest frocks have J. U OV ERSTR Ella.
1 ': :'Pho'ltart' Memorial Woman's Club ty commissioners in recognition o( Bl-4t Clerk.
Jessie Bowen, Annie Turner, Vashti material variation from these
Any cording of the material as their only "
f. 'r ,;.of.KJsslmmee opened the'winter social such benevolent activities would glad- Harmon Mabel Scott Harold Flint.
with the two chemicals, in kind or relative quan- .
seasonTuesday evening with a ly co-operate organizations Ninth Grade. trimming.The
i ,' publlo reception;;,., ,at the Chapter in erecting a handsome build- Edgar Bryan, Henry Edwards. tity, brings trouble, and to keep the -

Housa, ''which,,.... .attended by fully Ing amply adequate to the growing Tenth Grade. proportion correct requires a menu favorite materials for dark NATURE WARNSAgainst
SOO needs of the town. The same idea
personae The clubhouse was
Christine Ivey, Ruth Hpwell.
that will supply these compounds as waists chiffon cloth Georgettecrepe
i also Mr. Stanfordand are
was expressed by
beautifully..dee rate4 with cut flower Eleventh Grade.
#,J i .and the prettily gowned women the women of the Hart Memorial Abby Harris Edna Calkins. the body demands them. In other taffeta and satin. Using Calomel.
club feel delighted with the interest is what he eats, _
t : .,made 'charmingscene as the guests Twelfth Grade. words, man physcially --'--
(I j arrived and mingled together. and enthusiasm manifested by the Parah Clark, Lilian Prentis, Celeste and accordingly the choice of foods is Most of the automobiles for which The sickening, nauseating feelingthat
'r'.c, ,Th.e.ta. men of Kissimmee in the plans for the follows the use of calomel .is the
.were the re- Moseley, Helen Bass, Marie Boyd,
rXl : "' "PUoa-,committee compose of the club and are prepared to do their ut- Frank Calldns. rather important rebates of $60 were given recently in natural result of disarranging your

s t ". .facers of the dab: Miss ponecan. most to live up to the expectations so Food supplied the body's wants in Detroit were owned by women. entire system. Doctors everywhereare

pf't ( ( i, ;.Mta. Wi B. Maktnson. Mrs."T Z. Rob- glowingly expressed. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I three general ways: firest it furnishes agreeing that the action of calomel

4, ,1., ,Ierson,"Mrs., a, B. Aultman. Mrs. H. Kissimmee is fortunate in possessing heat; second, energy, and third, it Jules Bois, the French Poet, philos- is much too strong and leaves the
A .. Pfaaa and: Mew Elizabeth Ault- musicians of ability and chram The pastor of this church will' body sick and weakened.
1;:: S XVM Gtpa ., Mesdames; W. L Winn, H. C. who are always heard with pleasureon preach on Christian Citizenship, by builds up and repairs waste. If com- ophre, dramatist and feminist, says LIV-VER-LAX is a wonderful sub-

ri' '.,.manford.. ., M.' Wlllson and 8. H. such occasions. In addition to request, next Sunday morning.The parison may be made with the locomo- that it is impossible for American stitute for calomel, that has all of its

.Bollock acted as an introduction those already well known, to the residents pulpit was occupied last Sun tive, steam is the energy supply, while women to love.Cleveland food effects and none of its bad ones.
r. J tt 'committee, and; aided the reception of the community, the guests of day morning by Rev. T. D. Christie, of the upbuilding and repair are accomplished It acts soothingly but thoroughly on
club had Tarsus and at by Rev. W. D. it of bile and ridding
the the pleasure of hearing night the liver, cleansing -
committee In
i p '. oatortainlnc. Miss Deals, who is the head of the Sumner. in the machine shop. But Ohio, is now flyless and the entire system of atapaUng-
;l; t :lira. E. C Bryan assisted by Mine department of music for the Osceola Two organized classes of the Sun- the human body hat this advantageover all the credit is due to a woman Dr. poisons.
V Violet Bullock and Miss Ada Louise
,
It t 1 Simpson presided at the punch bowl. High School. Miss Beals, who comes day school of this church have received the engine in that wish proper Jennie DawsOn, who went about her LIV-VER-LAX is strictly a harmless -
from Maine, is a cultured musician beautiful certificates from the vegetable compound, and is guaranteed -
food it has within itself the
4 'AR render- capacityfor work in
was a systematic manner.
excellent program
and a valuable addition to the musical board of Sunday school work and to give satisfaction or your
t 4artD. WnlD&.....,....' as follows: and social life of Kissimmee. Mrs. from the International Sunday School making steam and repairs without money will be returned. Insist on the

t$.( . . . Schubert Van Buren, who is visiting her mother association. One is for an adult class outside aid.Naturally. Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe original, bearing the likeness and signature -
+ .,Deals Mrs. Bruenhoeffer, was prevailedupon of which Mrs, J. W. Evans is teacher, different foods have different Old Bmdard tteaeral l tmttbnlns' tosicOkOTR' of L. K. Grigs by. For sale
+, s to and the audience and the other is in the secondary division TASTHLJiaS chill TONIC difmoal i and
play here 60c at
at
was $1.00 Oscepla
) . .
.
Lang the
I .. . values in supplying two- Mul.ri..earkhe.tbe blood.IDdbnlldl -p theur- S
T. is
v '' leo la Calling. .Tate delighted with charm and delicacy of and Mrs. R. Moseley tem. A tn.tonic. Pot ndnlu. s.d children. Me Pharmacy. \of
a S her touch. Mr. Armstrong, whose teacher. Bith classes are doing splendid fold demand of the body, includinghet
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1, ,
s ? Carson --- --- ---- --
? So warmly encored work. and under the head.
songs were can energy same
"Si ; . . Strelerki
V' i , .
t hardly be counted visitor he
a as
Some excel in the calorics or heat-pro-
i. .. . . . KJerulf comes to Kissimmee expecting to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
k nD.tron ducing elements and others furnish
I
make his home here. Mr. Armstrongwas
;... ..' Mrs Van Buren Sunday services. The Sunday of
i heard at a disadvantage as heeras larger proportions proteids, or
r IF YOU CAN'T COME
YOURSELF
; i i'' I ed Beside suffering from a cold, but U>e unusual school opens at 9:45. The preaching : muscle building units. The doctors
,, ,y {a .. : F'nden. beauty and smoothness of hisv hours are 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Dr. and dieticians have figured out the
5 me. A. J. Holt the will
pastor, preach on
5, 'L 'ice was apparent and his tone
r . . Dudley Buck Hion was faultless. He was pro.fortunate Fathers, m the morning. At night complicated problems" showing the LEAVE IT TO ME
yJar ? JC.l Weaver in having for his instructor in his discourse will be on the Uttermost proper proportions of calorics and ,

1, lye Charming singing Florence E. "Farnum of St. Salvation. Everybody invited, and proteids necessary to insure the best

t, "e.is. . . Wilson Paul Minnesota, who was able to give strangers especially welcomed. working efficiency of the human ma- I'LL SEND IT.
Rdi be son his voice the training it needed. .
I' ...... . Newcombe It is not often Kissimmee has the chine. They say that for the laborerof

r w v i. . . Newcombe 0 opportunity to hear an artist of Mr. Sand Asphalt To average physique the relative sup .

Carson Armstrong's'ability.. ply should be about 556 calorics and
.
. *. . Some of the visitors present were Be Given Test Here carbo-hydrate units, to 118 units of
g'S; t' ,. A ""o Mine. . VIrs. Van Buren, who is visiting her proteids. They have farther and Stall Fed Beef Sausage Meat ,.j; ,;
t x Speer pother, Mrs. Bruenhoeffer/ Dr. Chrisie I gone Veal
pgy /.Sans Soucl , who gave an interesting address have tabulated long lists of foods, Florida.and Western Pork Hamburger '
strong it the Presbyterian church on last (Continued from Page One.) giving their values in these units, p ork. Link Salvage 4

' '"' n, Jr.. read an ex- Sunday; Messrs. Armstrong, Smedal sition of a sand-asphalt road from even giving their market cost per Beef Liver Fresh Pork Sausage
; some of the' met Junghaus, of. S' Paul, Minn., who Kissimmee through St. Cloud to. the Calf Liver .I
Ding
S 4 ,. .tures of the re-' vill probably make their home here; Brevard county line, while the Kis 1 1000 units, so that it is entirely simple Pressed Ham Smoked Ring Home-Made Bologna

$ mtlon of" the Fl roman's Mrs. Dorothy Stalker, whose husbandvas simmee delegation favored brick. The for the profound mathematician t& Boiled Ham Smoked Ham
Clubs at at one time editor of the St. Cloud delegation appeared before figure for himself a "balanced ration"
'' rx )nreola Journal; Messrs. McPherson the county commissioners and stated for Tripe Pig Souse
k' y the went as a delr'te' end 1'ape of Edgewater Farms; Mrs that further efforts were being made necessary physical perfection and Select Oysters Hens and Fryers

.iI'' Memorial Wom- McPhau), who ill visiting !Mrs. j. Mc- I to reach agreement and that no efficiency and what it should cost.
i ,r": -' ting out some ofwa "hatter; Mr. Hawthorne, brother of petition for a bond election would be The problem is about as fascinatingas

to
'th.? (f, .' In' 'nbym >perly devote Itthe the winter here, and MISH Janess, ofSt. I Unless some sort of an agreement is that are due to darken the heavens in
,l : signal hon .t t. Loll In of ry.. is likely that it will be decided to 1951.
H. P'' +' 1. AssociationHear bond the county by districts which A continued overbalancing of either

i to future and 4 OO oo oo oooo OOOOO O plan would give each distric. the privilege calorics or proteids is quite apt to
that the Hart Mlubl ('- of selecting its own kind of pav-
> HONOR ROLL disarrange the physical system. Too
would do its and of whether
+ 5' ; ing deciding or not
: .010. f that occasion + 0 it wanted the roads improved. It is much heat unappropriated by the I Fairplay Market
4 .u "
s A
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,. "' t ., j 7 'rnoml IstlnKuished via -- possible, however, that a county meet- I
m in attendance at inf,* of the leading men of every sec- I
Z + y \ itort! Was a dellKhtFo The following pupils of the Kissimmee tion may be called at which the whole Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days i
i k'Lryaa' a s ** ..Ahatfnl -r program and public school have not been absent matter may threshed out and some Tear draKgUt will refund moor? If PAW Darlington Are. J. I. POWERS PHONE
!- ; c4 3d.a. or tardy during the month end-/agreement readied, by which the OIMTMKKT' la .cure .ay case of Itchtu.M 245
? "" taOT ProtrndlB Mle.In 6to Mday .
SiJ ing December 3, 1915, have made *
an
same be effected a general .
of the Chriat- may by TIM Brat apahcai. give. HaM *4 aM. :Sap
*
e ; -x >* .. W. B. Withersbyterlan average of ninety per cent, or more, bonding election. Those interested in .
< in their studies, with not less than
s&l 4 church the movement are of the opinion thatif - --
vuurrslng the new or- eighty-five per cent in any subject, the kind of material to be used in .
ot'b w.and s expressing belief InAt and not less than ninety-five in deportment constructing the roads and the exact -
: roads to be improved are stated in the

I ,, bt",e t C.1; prospect Stanford, and former posalbiUt state- Sarah Duke First, Enoch Grade-Herzberg A. Lou- effected election at call such a compromise a meeting bv could allowing be- Cash is King We Sell for Less

tiro from' this district ise May, Paul Munger, Elsie Schilder, each section to have just what it .
: characteristic enthusiasm Mary Frances Turner, Ralph Witz, wished and thus every part of the
t ) m'ot;tho unlimited op- Cleveland Yates. county could be satisfied. If this planis The
: help building up the First Grade-B. adopted it is not unlikely that a Family Store
5 b i*? i; ment, that confront f e Ernest Walsh, S. E. Gardner, Celo larger bond issue will result and Os- .
tvt B-'OTOryhattd; and urged Nicks, Cecil Canova, Edgar Beeland ceola county will get more hard-sur-
<&& "rr vVE g devote themselves wtooleto Emory Harris, Joe Denning, CecilAlrpan i{ faced roads than originally planned.
( ; The Most
the.-buslness, of co-oper- Ethel Jpiner, Mary Yates, Complete Line'of Neckwear ever shown in Kissimmee. -

;. the men .in making Kis- Muriel Davis Lena Driggers, Zelma We Have Individual
; ,till;uI1 j > ,;bestajDd most prosper- Benjamin, Nellie Gilbert, Eula All- Dan Holiday Boxes For Each Tie, for which
Brown
} man, Virginia Bowen Marion Graves, AcquittedOf Make No Ties
to flor1dLi we Charge. at 3545>c, SOc and $100
; :; wed by J. 'M, Wilson, Ethel Flint, Mary Naugle. Marion
,I1*;' anF pioneer reaioaa -' Patrick, Hazel Newton, Clara Sue
h ? # { J Kttsimmee's always bo counted up- Ledbetter, Flourinda Witz, Aileen Johnson MurderContinued TIES;: AND HOSE

+ t a o sOd oncorago anything Bradley.

k'' ;4 ) -.
Oc & $1.<><> r

' 1rH'% jMger Appreciation of the son, Elizabeth O'Berry Arvilla FanS- open during the early hours of Sunday We
are always glad to show
ler. Athalia Griffin, McClure morning. Some stretched out you. Make Our Store Your Headquarters -

k' i itt i'VLyzJF'_ Mamie Lee Johns, Wayne Waling, upon, the benches and sought a few for Holiday Gifts that are useful.StoorsSchaefer !
C r a ;
If. pro ldi Sarah Rexford; Erma Tyner, Mary moments of rest while awaiting: the
1J !' -vSo in ngmany Scott Marion Scott, Fred Gilbert, verdict. Shortly before 3 o dock
t" to the Theressa Bronson, Elmer Hultquist, Judge Perkins sent to ask the jury if Clothes
a d and lmpTeve Rufus Suhl, Audrey Clark, Ellen Cile- there was any likelihood of a verdict
F#:, J *of-- and man, Ruby Driegers- Edith Boyd and stated if there was none that he
Hats
wt Ho Serafino Finnachiaro, Doratea White, would adjourn court' until Mon4aymorning. Knox Lion Collars Lion Shirts
"*>- Fat. rl :!f tb at the Settle Mao Snyder. The Jury reported that it
; of Second GradeB.Hinton was not likely that a verdict would bereached. Quarter Size
S
A.' 'r :mutt news Bass, Glenn. Benjamin The judge then counseled ;
?Ss + he s Nicholas Bi..ner.l. Odell Harrison, with the attorneys in the case and
** apr
r ,. ( Dick..MakinsonPontjliver] ., Tobias gave the jury additional instruction t The '
t \; yyy ] d works Nm .(it, Harry;'; woodall, MelviaJ' The jury retired and returned at a Family Store
s 'J r r borothy l BuUock' tBoae11a few minutes.past three o'clock with

s or CiO pef, iHelenr) Qiapman..Cathoriae! its verdict It was stated that ,tho.
t 4/ f Dinning? Doria Davie.. ,V.v....' Floyd, jury stood 11 PILLEY
1"v noaina rlnnocehalro, Julia. Ledbetter, conviction from theterstt bb lI.t.lro1 TAILOR SHOP IN CONNECTION ON BROADWA G GJ

JK$ Tina Lane Stevens j Another report had it that the jury BLDG. ,r -.- I' '
> dalt' / '.ThirdGrad.-; .,' ;' ? toed seven for acquittal on the first .
t roj '.E1eaDor..Otwatr r t,"ErmtaL) nr1C' ballotwith the>other five in favor of i)1.t.. Vha \ . : ,

''1 ,%* b bi'an" "i aael.d Wl.nIwW., Bo1t&c1a1t.. '"' flndmf a verdict for a crime of leas BA111.. "'A 1A 46 '10."" --.It. "" t ",-.,..._ :.: .',. -


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; Bngton : a... \f .I sales *teers at $4.7 C to ?, 'J>1E3 JUERK: QN, UI "

: .Paw..t.>tia Every )rrUay .By: Fat, Jaicy and tender meat always A. 'E.' Themait:' wh
id, w:::. a.' H Bass .
.". .1. '" .. .... " Warln .i of Lakeland, was see begun, states this week.that He syrup states'nvxklng'' that then rots I, $'.60} heretics $6 to'$SJOrl3D..* and Mrs., mother Nona of Miller Mrs.' ,of.Howelt this city,, the'doetort'irtedteftie'I. -- and.. other' r..... r
. . .. .t. .. . K'Netinahi.. many.Kissimmee friends ,13.86, to $4. diM fail.d." '
c . . was a short -crop of cane this year I I :'morning': thei horn* \ "
died Thursday I
Wednesday LULKiOACT'Afiteca; '
Hog leeeipts1OOOd Inquiry oneastern I'lL
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on'account of weather conditions but'! ? ,
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i'i : The J,Local! Field i :'i enlarged, ,Stanton daD,stock,with of new shoes'stock.. Is'.being See one theproe,pert;yea ectI*,j[are* good. fora' ''larger-, full trad dime< strong accountwas higher to 10 higher brisk, closing opening The a of brought.<.Mrs.,,w..u"and Bass her. from.She has had Okechobee,been.Just Ill been CUt Soy . SOld'bJ". OaeaaW.. .' Pharmacy- ,'afc, .. ') .


them,' ,before.you! ..buy ? :Old, papers i foresail at 'the Valley top lot the trade Ulan'lesterdayo of by. her daughters ion ,Wednesday.' -- '-

: Furnished flat for 'rent; 'has fire Gazettq office:, i tt th. good hogs 160 Ibs upward ".25 Ilia ocher\ daughter I is Mrs. K., L.; Are: Tour :
; : ,
place nad bath, for hot and '..i-1)," . to .6.601; roughs $& to ".15; pigs 120 Roberta, of Miami. .'The. body ,was ... t ,
Ii.*** . .. .. piped cold .
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+ 0 0 0 6i .. 'her. former
6 < Mead
t. -' I t water. Apply Valley Gazette office. Jtfr. and Mrs; E. T. Hopkins of Chicago to 160.: Ibs .1 .tiO. to $6.26.lighterpigs taken' to Fort and the .ElecfTic.Lighti': ;. .'
home evening
-Thursday
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and Devil's Lake where U to 15.50.National
Wisv '
: Headquarters for KIn* Quality they spend their have arrived Live Stock Com. Co. unerU waa.held- there.' today. ., Be tJJ' .
; Weather Report I j shoes at F. H. Lawson's, the. premier f to spend the winter summers In,.Kissimmee.- aide,the three daughters named lIon..C1ar.,-'she.: 'Out'of Fix? ,\
$5.00 shoe. leaves a husband and three
: They stopping at the
are. Gtxystone. +
Charles L. Persons, of Buena Vista I This is the fifth winter Mr. and Mrs. Council Appoints -i ence, Doc,and' William McKtnn! .y.: Call. .Otceola Electric. Co.' .,:)
'
I Following are dally 'ieapera- Hopkins have visited Klsslmmee " '
Ga., arrived this week to join his JfOTlCE 'i' -- ,C,E.+ GARNER.Mgr. '
> !urea and precipitations which they call one of their homes. -
as re- brother .
-
George W. of "
the
? .; J ported by Government station Dollar Limit store. Mk Persons Persons, will Old papers for Household use for Bulkheading Committee To all .whom it may concern This : ..'Noaui, wtlftl.rFlxturei' ,
> at; Klsslmmee for the week ending y '
remain here pennanen y. ia to notify you that I am. no 10fl.ra..oclated and, Repairing
| | December 9: sale at the Valley Gazette office, 20\ with R. H. Ludlam or Lud- '
Hosiery makes a nice Christmas cents a hundred. tf (Continued from Page One.) lam Engineering Co. in any capacity ifl$ ,B'Jt' O'A Z>'W A ,T '

Friday __ ____ 67 44Satrday gift, both for men and women. Get was composed of C. A. Canon, H. M. whatsoever. : r1 ., t' , ,
__ __ 69 36 them from F. H. Lawson. C. W. Ward, the well known local Breaker Capt. Clay Johnson, C. W. 51-2tpd A. J. MacDONOUGH. ,,I
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r.. Sunday __ u. 72 42 home Miss in Mildred Kissimmee Lee returned Monday to after-her buildings capitalist, in purchased West street two, New business York Griffin The report tE. L. Lesley unanimously and John favoring M. Lee. .... 0'600..00 0 00... .... .. .. .. . .. .....oO': . to. .. ...

._ ._ 74 City, yesterday, the deal being closed
Monday 41. i the bulkheading of the lake and urging
I' Tuesday __ __ 70 45 visit noon with after her a several sister'weeks Mrs Zeb.pleasant Par- by wire. Mr. Ward believes In real the council to act, was made to -M1LLS'TUE'PLQRIST' : Inc. :
estate investments and thinks that :
board of trade several weeks ,
tho ,
Wednesday __ 64. 51 ker.-Arcadia Enterprise. his ago
purchase will prove a profitableone but a copy of this report was broughtto '" .1,
69 I JACKSONVILLE FCA.1 .
Thursday 50 as this property is located .
u. Claude F. Johnson, who is in chargeof near the council meeting Tuesday night \

i, the Year Book to be issued by the the Lackawanna Ferry terminals.Go by the committee.The JEAN CALD rEilL: ,,>ir."n1t. ..I. .'rI'oU
.... . . .0000..000..0. Tampa Tribune, came up from Tampato to Redditt's Jewelry Store for Hon. C. A. Carson addressedthe .
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spend Sunday with his family'here. Christmas council and recital and elaborated < UU to o.oOf.OUUOOOIO o ooooo., ,
Fire insurance taxes paid. See A. your presents-25% off on
/ He returned to Tampa on Tuesday.Mrs. upon the points made In the report.Capt. . ------ -'
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 80tf I all Jewelry during December. tf Johnson and Mr. Breaker also ------
.o..oo..o. .. . . .. .. . ,
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J. S. Cadel. who has been I Ivi.ltlng oooo..ooo.o '
and the council to act. . ,.:.
urged .
W. T. MaUnson visitor in spoke ., ; ,
was a '
Mrs. left H. O. ? i'
Moye, this after Morrison, of Fenton, Mich., It was suggested by Mr. Carson and 3..A. BARCL Y\\ : tc
Tampa, last Saturday. noon fer her home In Kissimmee. Mrs. arrived yesterday to spend the Winter other members of the committee that H. M. BREAKER ; "
Cried was at one time a resident of in Kissimmee and is a guest at the EeMaarwR'II Idi. car. tR.rlfb
,' Harris business the city could secure dredging ma- "LOItIDA. r'ya.L.d.I .
visitor
J. W.
was a this Park I. ,... M tM ...... -
to Orlando last Friday. city.-Arcadia News. hotel. Mrs. Morrisoi. will comedown chinery and operate same by electric De..ford Tao Aar 01"S I

a All-wool sweaters for men, $4.50, at ary. Mr.to join Morrison her husband spent the in Febru-winter power from the city plant, which is BREAKER &) ''BARCLMf '
Slipper soles, in wool and satin, at F. H. Lawson's. located on the lakefront. The councilwas
Th. Woman's. Exchange.C. here three years ngo and wen agreeably also cited to the fact that thereis Intmrancu fun L..il.
W. Jv Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton surprised to find the extensive already on file with the city clerka Real Ed ,.I'e'and i '
C. E. Carlson of St. Cloud was a and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper, all since improvements that have been made copy of a report made some years Kiaa1mmee, Fla..J: '.J r<<::: 1cr=:

rE visitor in the city en Thursday. of Litchfleld ILL, arrived Wednesday that time. ago by Engineer Die of J. f. COOPER, a..... r''GbaL.d.aL..1.a .
linen handkerchiefs small to spend the winter in Kissimmee and "Butter "Nut" recommendations for the building of : p
made
Dainty bread
by the .'. " .'. :
are guests at the Westfall house bulkhead.The 'oo.o.o."o" ...' '
at The 300.0 .
size .
w-r- Exchange.Mrs. Reed's bakery is fine. Try it the next action of the council brought .

E. C. Mfller-of Punta Gorda Christmas toys and other Christ. time you buy bread. 48-2t about by the addresses of these gentlemen ,. ,

.is the guest of Mr*. H. M. Porter. mu goods at Stanford's. follows a visit made by members '. .. .'
Mrs. W. F. Walker, Mrs. Lamb and of the- council and prominent i .' q
Gifts in embroider, crochet and Special Agent Davit of //Jackson brother R. L Pearce, accompanied citizens to Sanford two weeks ago. .. .
china, at the Woman a Exchange. ville. representing the Home Insurance County Commissioner W. F. Walkerto The success of the Sanford ti '...M. ,
company and the Franklin Insurance Kissimmee Monday. Mr. Walker tion was cited by Councilman ;'..
Leonard Williams of Loughman company, was here Mondayon I came up to attend the regular monthly son in urging the council tq proposi-I l
Monday in tan city on business. business connected with his com- .
spent meeting_ of the county commission stated that he believed from ?"
panies. ers. Mr. Pearce and Mr. Lamb were perlence of the Sanford work that the I i::: '
Don't those 20 cent meals ,
forget Mrs. G. H. Miller and Mrs. D. E. en route to Arcadia to attend court bulkheading to be done by the rOT
Avenue, upstain.Santa's
at 11% Darlington :
there. would be of im-I I
Meek of Grand Rapids, Mich., are only. the beginning BO ks'f ,.
Headquarters at GiTbert's. here to spend the winter with Mrs. provements.He
When bread ask for'Reed's"Butter
Save money by giving him year ardors. Henry Harper. Mrs. Miller is a sister you buy declared that the owners of the BiblesTestaments : }
of Mrs. Harper and Mrs. Meek is Nut". 48-2t property surrounding the Country '
her mother.B. Club had given their assurance thatif 1r7-n'
Make the children happy by filling The Hon. Sir William Muloch of the city would do its part of the ' {

I their stockings from Gilbert's big ns- E. Haley, of KUsimmee accom- Toronto, Canada and a party of five bulkheading to the city limits, the "! ,,. ,

sortment. panied by E. J. Haley of Darlington will arnve Saturday for a stay of sev club company would Join it there with Ir rne . <> -
S. C., were the guests in the eral weeks in Kissimmee. They' will a private bulkhead and extend the .;
J. D. Clark brought in a fine deeron among the be giiesta at 'the Golf and Country rity boulevard suggested in the committee's '
De-
city yesterday. They are at
He made the kill the StationeryKodaks:
Monday. on Soto and will remain over today.- Club during their stay. Sir William report to go at the water'sedge .
" prairie. Tampa Tribune (Monday). Muloch is Chief Justice of Canada and and be seventy-five feet in width. ;
has visited Kinsimmee before, when Mr. Thompson said that if the bulk- ; :
R. E. McLaughlin: of Gluey, he* he made friends here.J. head in built he believed it would only "'j
many
;
J. M. Brand assistant general man- Cards
been transacting business in Kisslm-
be few until the entire Kodak
waterfront
a years -
mee this week. ager Wilmington of the Atlantic and .J Coast C. Murchison Line of C. Tedger of Atlanta, Ga., and J. would be bulkheaded by private I . tf, ... .

t Mrs. C. A. Carson and daughter general superintendent of the Florida here P. Holbrook of OrllUldot{ were visitors parties the full distance to Shingle Seal. Albums;, '
Thursday.
edger is Creek. He said he believed that
assistant eventually !
last division of the A. C. L. of Jacksonville I
Canon
Miss Anne Bryan spent "
I southern sales for Tk '
manager this would result in the erectionof
in Orlando. were visitors in the city last wood.
Friday
1' the Clay
Haynes Automobile company
' week. and a bridge to Paradise Island and a II III Tag. ,
I J. Those pictures and treys at GU- Mr. Holbrook is distributor for the big tourist hotel there. ;
< hart's are beauties. Just the thing For up-to-date Christmas neckwearsee company at Orlando. They made the The comm,,'(>o was thanked by I I II Pottery' 'A't <.'tt

I for a nice Xmas gift. F. H. Lawson. trip In a 1916 Haynes car. which attracted Judge Kribbs, chairman of the coun Cords ,
" considerable attention\ on the cil, for its report and the council then Leather'f* ; f
1 Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee Mm. H. A. Leavitt leaves today to streets here. passed a resolution favoryif the taking -I \( Seal Wax I.,
4 was the guest of Mrs. J. D. Clark join Dr. Leavitt who left last week I up of the proposition of bulkhead i Pillows'
; several days this week. to take up his residence on the East W. D. Burkam of Kissimmee', and ing at once.J. Set. I. I t.
j Coast. The Leavitts have been living one of Oscepla county's well known Wade Tucker appeared before
r. Don't fail to see Santa's big assortment in Kissimmee for several months and citizens is in the city accompanied the council and made the report men- Memo ,BooksParker \"
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at Gilbert's. You will vavc by made many friends here who regretto by his wife. They probably will' return tioned elsewhere that the Tucker J 1 Taws Paper j - :
, him order. home today or tomorrow. Mrs. .
giving your see them leave. Brick company would begin the erec- **- .11'' "
r Burkam is taking advantage of the tion of its plant in Kissimmee at 1/1 -
j i You should leave your turkey order Call on the old reliable shoe man opportunity ta inspect the offerings and that it would be N apkuut. 0' I.,
once inoperation FountainPens
1 at the Fairplay Market and not be H. C. Stanford for shoes that are Tampa's progressive merchants. within' sixty day \ U 111 : -,
; j. disappointed at Christmas. both satisfactory and; comfortable Mr and Mrs. Burkam are guests at Mr. Tucker also stated that his ., .. BOIt a "' l I -

, Engraved calling cards would make The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist the(Monday Olive). Hotel.-Tampa Tribune. I company would be willing to furnishall ". ''' .. 'I'-

-4 a nice Christmas.gift for HER. Get church held a bazaar in the room of the timber necessary to be usedIn Moccasins

.. ... r them atthe Valley Gazette office. formerly occupied' by the. Lawson Senator Arthur E. Donegan of the bulkheading work and. take, . 1)! '
) store Broadway Monday and Tues Osceola and of I city certificates therefor. He said '
on county, one the best :
f"'.",, Mrs J. S.. Cadel returned last Friday day. The bazaar was a big success known men in the state was among that the Tucker Brick company is now 'Pictures r'r'4J0 '

from Arcadia, where the had the ladies realizing $65 net for their the visitors in the city over the week I the owner of over 600 feet of lakefront t ,
been visiting friends for several days. 'general chartiy fund.If end. Senator Donegan reports that and that it was anxious to see I J/J- \ '' < }
the lake bulkheaded.To ?
conditions in middle "- .
Canova has aI h. Gray enginein Florida are improving I *
p. you will tell me what you want I .{ V
in
excellent condition ready for in rapidly especially the e. t
will fix you up from steamers downto neighborhood of KJKsimmee. Senator ensure a neat bed-valancp, sew TO.
stalling. Sell cheap. Call City Dock.J. rowlioats. Will buy sell, lease or I Donegan WAS a guest at the Tampa some patent fasteners' a piece of I

A. Cranford, prominent in the (rive away anyhting in this line.- Bay Hotel.Tampa Tribune ( l\I tape, which in turn sew to the mat 4 Wenner-Sawye'r'Vo. :
naval stores affairs of the state, was Canova City Dock. day). n-1 tress. The other part of the fastener : .
',. business visitor in the city Wednes- is sewed to the valance. This qpn
a G. H. Prather G. C. Livingston W. The Corner Irug, Store which will' easily be snapped on and off for laundry 114 BROADIVAY "x :< ? .

day.Mrs. L. Paulk and George Overstreet' spent occupy the corner room in the new purposes, and alfvnys remains ; *j r
Sears and family, of Ohio, ar- Tuesday hunting in the section near Rivers building on Broadway, is having neat.

rived Thursday to spend] the winter the head of Bonn tt creek. They returned the interior of the room prepared . . .
-- - --- - -
at their winter home at Kissimmee with a big deer. for -occupancy. Shelving! and partitions -

Park. are now being erected. Dr. R. luyae'.1J auy.et J1tLfb'dw
Call and the of .
see samples engraved .
The subject of R)v. A. M. Chis- calling cards at the Valley Gazette. W. Cobb who will manage the store, -
holm's sermon at the Christian church They will make nice Christmas gifts announces that his stock of goods has :
'
Sundav evening will be "A Heart Re- been ordered and will be here withina -..-

ligion." for ter, your or the mother girl you, your\ like wife best.your sis- store few opened days. He before hopes the to Christmas have the TIMELY !

Tax Assessor W. I. Barber went to Mrs. Edgar Oliver and baby, of Savannah tolidays. HINTS FOR CHRIST

Jacksonville this week to attend a are the guests of her perents,
Miss Loona Roberson and
n meeting of the State Association of Mr. and Mrs. N. IB. Carson. Mrs. Miss Al- .
'
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Tax Assessors. ma Griffin are endeavoring to securea : 'i':
Oliver will be remembered by many
class of vocal students
i I B. C. Dutton returned yesterday friends here as Miss Helen Carson. large to warrant the coming sufficiently of Miss 11'". I 11''

.. from Savannah and other points in Get in touch quick with Canova at Marlea Oskinwau Bishop of Fohdu- FOR WOMEN FOR ;:.
where he has been visiting' lac, Wis.. who MEN
' Georgia City Dock. He has a 21 foot, 5 h. p. was formerly a teacherat
, for several weeks. Runabout motor boat cheap. Also a the State: College for Women in 'd 'f
good low tension magneto. Just the Tallahassee, where both of the young IVOK01D TOILET ARTICLES SMOKING JACKETS : I tl;

""""" of Henry Loughman Harper, wen and in Mr.the Thompson city Monday -, thing for your heavy duty engine. been women having were her considerable students. success They have and DAINTY WORK BASKETS NECKTIES ',., :,tx

night to attend the meeting of Do you read the Saturday Evening ask that any. others who wish to take SILK UNDERWEAR SObKS'i' '7:

the Masonic lodge. Post, the Ladies Home Journal or the I' voice culture confer with thm. Miss HANDKERCHIEFS. CREPE & LINEN HATS :." ,/.. (t,
Country Gentleman ? Let me send in Bishop will alo teach chorus classes if 011>"' ,
Miss Elizabeth J. Bickerdike left your Order or your renewal at the she is secured, and will spend the, INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS SILK SHIRTS ..'.' l.,. :' ..

., on Tuesday for a and visit several of about other one standard prices.-Mrs. E. E. Naugle whole winter here. The two young KID GLOVES MILITARY', BRUSHES 1{ ; ,; 1 stalai

i south week at Florida Bartow towns. phone 59. ladies went to St. Cloud Thursday to SILK HOSIERY .' UMBRELLAS ''- ,, '',I i
interest a class there. '' 0 I : A. E. Thomas who lives on upper COLLAR ft CUFF SETS COLLAR BAGS .<* 4, ,
,., O. S. Ludlow, of Parma, Mich., arrived ST. LOUTS LIVE SWEATERS w.
Main street, has purchased a nne STOCK SUIT CASES' ,S'
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the winter
I I hut week to with spend Mr. and Mrs. Duroc: Jersey sow ten months old and MARKET SPECIAL, REPORT BATH'ROBES BELTS .';', -If\: :p
and is stopping T
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weighing about 850 pounds. He expects 'rt'e' : '
, f" Foots on upper Broadway. to begin the Breeding this National Stock Yards III., Dec.7- SILK WAISTS SWEATERS , .t. ,:,.. "-
, for dresses and class of stock at his place. Cattle receipts 7600. Market active SILK- KIMONOS SUSPENDERS ;'''T ;....t. .,;
toweling -
Japanese '"
tX'1t.I ; y.) sideboard scarfs, tea clothe and napkins not and eteady today with sales. fully 10 TRAVELING BAGS HANDKERCHIEFS .... f..> ; ,

: : small laundry bags, pillow tops, gentleman Xmas GreeUn&-Wby friends a box of give 25 or your 50 to 16e higher than the low close of SILK UMBRELLAS PULLMAN 'SLIPPERS'' .J- \.
'l'i '
etc., afethe Woman's Exchange. I __ WARDROBE TRUNKS ROBES .tiz ..
:1/ Capitals, the real I Havana 5c cigar. ., BATfl '. . -
; Winnie Call now and order it and w* will do _' .
Miss
I ; Miss Ethel Lee and and Sunday the rest. At all stores-]Boone, the The ....... That Dees. Net Affect Tie Heel ---- .
\
i.,'!Holxendorfspent..turday;; Man. ' Bee .M M ItJI same and lanttvt effect. LAJCA.TITS .tA,
In Kissimmee, guests of Missy Cigar ; . aJKOMOQDIMINBta. 1teWIr.-.s. ;
I y r Lee'a arents rcadIa: Enterprise. Ayeas subscription to the'Satur- ri.OviBlM.... hi..tow. don amonbcr M< _...U.a_tall____aM_ Christmas Boxes In All Sizes andShaapee: : .1 ..i ;.

j i ".'; F. M.. Baldwin I of day Evening Post The .Ladies Horn. '.....; .. tile Icvatai* .< W. OaOVK. _. f f.r
and Mrs. .
l' e Litchfleld Mr. Ill, and Jesse Groner, of Journal or the Country Gentleman -- All these Articles. are to be found in a variety,'of; "graies: itc(
r would make a nice Christmas gift. A ., ,
to "
.
arrived Thursday
i, the spend same the place winter, in Kissimmee.Mrs. ''Christmas, card announcing the gift latportaat t* Otrvs Growers prices, and are of Our Standard Quality. 1'.1, .. ..., J.". .,,,..
will be sent to the recipient free of I ,
ti
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0.. MUlos Otms Trees. i 'ci
j ,I', G. F.; Fuller ,and son Lesley, charge. Call Mrs. E.: E. Nangle. ""

l' 'of Litchfleld. 10 arrived Wednesday phone 69. ?-. ,. ,' J . ._:-- j .....,,..- .... j ( .. 'tA'- #':')' Sa't.' ., "..., tltt,,', : -., '.J"-:. .

\ a ...!fDto'ipend! the -winter'with her sister, William ire UeigsV prominent"" Writ postal today for valuabl.'In- .. I. I' t.. . "...
a
t )r,, 4 tn; ,...,EJbert\ Sharp,.on Canon*........ .: avenue.- torney.:of::Thlladelphia\who.has,beenmakiprfirtguUriwfnter. formatlon" ) ""wItlL',4r.; : ... 1mpoxtant r KISSIMMEE Kt. m'; .040>Zi, .jri'/" S"" ". ' =SBf '
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'Ui'"" *'Hand/of. kJ II1"IaJaD41.IIf.llY., : TiaiUito-! ttt.'yo ;.. ;..\ *.J ; . .. . .. .t ", .
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for morerthan ...14 'I' .. 'I-' _
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ttJT of ,Mrs.'C.KCc Evon'whe' simmee twenty years Cltnu Knrseriss I ", I'o) } '
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g"'Y,, U . .. .
A .1, A'.f' .,: J"'f IJ\'f ..,.. -
.Is expected to .arrive atvda".H.JIriU !I. -
r .nr.baa" : tofcert r tha.Van-deriMeerseh.Tesi.toj Country; >Clab.'tll''' the JbeJocatetUt: .ha Gmp&.oa..Iaow". In Florida? on Sour, Stock. 'Wallklt :w ; +. '.. -' ,.. w.', v ,M......:.,,;. :;"t4a .t., ;niiswfsaa' 1.' .. y..jj\\; :?),Ft; ,., R4)cli) +irl.'cdi. :. ,
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,iL : million of weak lord*.. .It wai -: :: '- : 4 ' --,.. :: ::: '::::: :- i.h'::: :: : P1 tabul'1i..:..... :....US ",00'...,: J .,\

war the : m: ::: : : ; ncinnati: ":'.'':% ._."'405 .:318 ,I 1 } : d ,

Ic; JJICOLUMN[ I enough/ to make from them their sweep country, and accursed .. -.' IndianapolisV.: ._: ;: 465. 428 t4 Deschncr," e !

; thing when declared I. St. Louis _..__..,,410, 434. ,. ,
they
__ it was God' Judgment it. What effect will- l. and Field I I.I. Kansas City .,.*+.. 411 391Omaha .
:;qN.st.1'TH;
against '
,4. this have on America This nation I.I A__,. _A____ 445 419
a meeting 't this after- to Des Moines _.,_._u 408 397
1 ck'for' election of offlfear. IB now eighty per cent than dry as slxty-flv geographical Minneapolis ....... 457447, Just receiTeJ ime i newT I

*uIng ; A full, a> area. More have abolished < Milwaukee ____-... 446 400 \ .
"qu..ted. per cent of the people law. o Chicago '(Lin. Pk.)_ 444 434 Cunt and.Ammunition.
the saloon Shall we .
[wishes to express Its ap- by press Chicago Gun Club. 453408 .'

: : _ r"l'th. -cheerful co-opera- forward shall at bow this to opportune the golden time calf and or TRAPSHOOTING TOUR OF BASEBALL Toledo nu_ ._.? 410 355 Itwillpayyoutoln'v.s- J .

'"jpastors at our meeting we to God? This is a Detroit ,_____ un 426 422
$ 1 f' forget our duty million I Syracuse ____ _____ 454 425 tiaate'thlaM.
'> {' : , J ...-- vital question. There are one New York ________ 443 405

,, : Y h !"winK''I.' the remainder oiaddress' scourge scarlet women of war,in driven Europe out waiting by the for< PLAYERS WAS MOST SUCCESSfUL Boston ____ ___-__ 437 414 < I tot ... I'MIda 1._

on "Con ervatlonLtf. to to America. Then ST. CLOUD rLORIDA 4
transports come .
"
I .. The first part wa there are the drunkards. the thugs. '-- Totals __i___._ 7,840 7.340
r in last weeks column: the bums. and the ramblern. The unfit -
y ., 'un j 1 its worst form is floti I of that distressed! ( punt of the world Appeared in 17 Cities In 15 States in 20 Dn.vs. nnd,Traveled 3500 Miles .

S .lack of !Bread, but the lackrunity. I turn their hungry ira.c toward Amor I llond r :Made (the Kemarkalilv. A Venice of !92 under! Adverse Conditions.Writte .

Only about; one per ica. Shall we mot them with the IRA BEST
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: ( by 1'otor I' ('arile" ) ) '
*U: of'our;children receive a college-! Bible or the bottle', Wh,"i I think: oi f :(J' t

S t1on... ''Nhlety-nine per cent of the thousands" : of unfit l and malinotrpeople , -- -- -.- - .- Architect and Builder
r ate.-deqled;, this special "Jup, lieinjr
111;:* 'JCO; .life-many "because.. ( of - 1
r I ae'' : poverty l larc/ly raiiM-d l by tuna) ( '..;"",I ,itul .o'iul !I'robibitioii. ., ). ) 01we \ I I I!.:_ i int'' TO, (od I in I arc11 l I .ij!> iin.ilinir, t I I the I )hal'l>: iMouiid I , the Indian cracked 69 I c ;.,
& dcohol' "What a tremendous\ of too i.hull In- railed to juiliriiieiit, aid I>:as4'ball. stiai I ) lit, :and for his effort was presented 4 -6ti> 4O3 VERONA ST.

', tl intellectual equipment to our nut ion (; Ud '", They airi'll'roMod I booauso, I the ,, v. ilh a gold medal by the Lincoln .- : : ,
_: i a< 'e' baa,: society's IOHB. .Soru-ty, i iw t to our duly mid to 0111 ( !,nd., (!<."| ht'lj .|"MIIS ati 1 I 1.1 !,"'.lil\I I Amortj.n: thor 1 I I'.uk i di.'ii: I Club. Everyone knows

!**' Intricate;;. .ao firmly bound, bv'tVii-\ IIH Ir> .put asido, .pt'ttv '.1 Irift1. ai.d! \'a'ii' '.II 'h1\' ilea, and, wlifdo. : ,inio.,/ :arid, last I that it ,i.. n ihificult thing to hoot at DR. J. A. TROVILLON: ';;.

,-f .' ties of.life. "that \ho man or .set of men ambitions.," nnd l I.i. willnijf\ \lo ser\o j'b'' l' I but, I ml, t I Icnst, I they}", riM: I feu I lif",' in I theofM'ii. t;i III'h 1 I that I go over the water, be- Specialist! In t
'L ;!ican.en&aira'iiiany evil wit bOut iinnjr-, ;iuv\\ lu "iei, t'i'.i! ,.itri"]itMl.1> / \\'hal A /Ainorii'an. / ha .//I'i a l.kin I. 11''"i iln. !lot' gets appear to be higher' CANCER GOITRE AND TUMOJ13

; sI 'ling harm to.: others. Yet theixarc I till I I our naliiui I 'hall I ; I! al I I la i,t h a\ u cit i' r: I'm, t Ihe I g'1I'. I out o' 'lotus': < I fla",: I tlie\ 'ieallv .are. One needs to be j- _____ Cure them without; cutting
: people's, morally perverted -.o intellectually t I"-icd I tinKdin uf Wiunairdvoani." : I I .-. It!:..-( lull |tI.i, \ (.1 ha\o: la'ei' : I., the ,conna", < ,quaI,1| I l with the conditions I them out. 1"

,senile as to claim Hint .the uliou I) no .M-ipi'iit. rmwl-, whi'io (' liin'| ,, t uf, I t"IJ|' h".I'. )ig( just( ;, a luck! but, He'ider( didn't seem to be affected ORLANDO -' FLORIDA' '
red-llfht'district" is a nece.ssinv' evil.There I. may" ini-c" 0''ui vmnar' 'm -.ifi't.N. In (nmotherlove 1"I: \ I In, water( i but, i loreulU a <|iinlol m' I the ).."!, t'. I;lender broke 1/i)11/ ) !> of his 33limoS.U.BUkOCK .
i, '. il.no: ..neceRnary evil. What is hall wilrmiio,, chiMioiof of major. leairii" ..::".'-lall, pli-yorh! roneluded ? |SKI Lnjrets.( ( an average of 92. Cran- Dupontfor .

k necessary to life i is not evil art what l I the futuio I I tn an I I hontai'o i i t of I Mom, a I 11 ), ). /:-, o\ pojit) ,ion I the d.ill In nke, \ :<'.>Jl() targets or in average .'
',11.e evu,4s not.neceHKury. Yet the fact unit 1 brawn """11 I liiain,I I ; whole I the allg-.I! III,.. of hit'h \sas ,never :attempto'il( ) bo- ,of vlv Mathewson a'ld 1 Daviw; were tile Ducks

remaini that this evil has laid terri-' of peace and Mifoty hall; ,guard, forover fore. I lIall\i l II"\I>: i. ( \viiue' :Miek's low hoxs. Muthewson averaged 7Jnnd ) '"
'.Die ".tribute..upon the unborn and we AinoiiiaN I poilaK. : redeemerfoni ri flit bower: on 1111'lhl'I,.."; ChnMyjMathowson [lh.vi. .I'.S. Mathewson shot at TilE luck season'( here. The 4'I

& J. '*forced.to make a public fight for'' \ or from. rum's dominion i,I I I : I the jjieutest( pitrhcr, of; I 17(10( tjiiirots." He didn't appear in are black"' with those'
; ,the private' right of every child that - all time; Chief Hen.lor. with,( the Athloties ( I the mali'h: I ri 1 St. Louis because it occurred t..othHlme.lIne!; bints. There'sII.nly
(:,< Ofb inf| "well born-for every phvMn I ,: for a doyen > ears: a'ld I Otis( ( ( on Sunday. Kir all. Get your gun; REAL! '\'-
.<;teiaQ anjO-ws, that -no child can be assured I WORK IN EARNEST FOR | ( 'randnl, now with the St t. Louis, !1'.1.! 'I 1 ho ball players broke 7349 targets ready. I 1'' your aim it t true and ESTATE
of'' sound heritajfe of mind or oral I I l."iU-rno club l woie I the hall I play ;against; ,Kill hv the home clubs, n dif- your( load's( dojM'iidablu you'll get .......................
., ' f ,,,, ,. of jut 4)1) in !>000 y our short'SMOELESS
body: .holle parents or either parent, i ors \\lio carried I Ihioujrh I the} most targets. INSURANCE )
r i have 'paralyzed their higher faculties ORLANDO FAIR EXHIBIT | umi\io| and,, successful, t tour recorded in This tiip did. a wonderful lot of good

,,, ''or narcotirod their systems by a drug I 'the annals,, of ti :ap.) hooting.lurinj for, LIIIt't .shooting.. Newspapers devoted I @ POt! I Examination
80j Destructive to the protoplasm of''I ---- -- I ) ;( the course" ot' t twenty days lolumnx/ of space to the tour I POWDERS of Titles a

;. f life,'; the- development of brain and ,''it K.: E\'A X S AM)) :MISS ANM- they .shot in 17 cities, 'in I 1.;. states( ( and of I the I luill,, players; i in fact, more public : SHOTGUN .h.
\ ..serve ceus.ias alcohol. Too lone )has HKYAN CAKSON:' SEX )) (H"I I traveled) .'{lr>(OO)() miles and take it fi, om i 'il.\ was gi\on to this tour than any D..nt B..II.'It. Specialty.
man forced in RIII"1'G"er I, this Hut( Miortrijr," ,event in a long time. It is :
woman to weep ( '' MCTTKKS ASKINC; HKI.I' OF! us that is traveling" soni" theimwdtTi' that win canine
t .' \ her bUnd babies. .. usvd just an indication of the increasing art,..:,. I .!/e': ,
4 Too long has : ITHIJC SKTKINIi:' : (; \ I'KI/.F baseball play( s :are to ov 'ini/:rhtI ii lint it* tfotxi ix>*nl lima
,sne D.ted.the. interest, III trapshooting, throughout ,it- "ii"-".10 CorresDondonce Solicited. i
\ insane asylums and WINMNt' i ; COI.LIXTION() I ): FOH) I I Jun),)". Tho ball players under the I iw'
homes'for tlii', In o.id! 'oiliitrv. Uu I',,,. I'owrifir -thr rhoiiv ol soy
ft ,the.feeble-minded with the | of "Huck" (ial\\ri; Ixirantheir ( ,
I BI(; KVK.NT.H. : iruidunce . ;; ,. "
.' I < \iniTUHii nh M> (* ftr liMtdod in all
J.
r $ :) ms other of These figures' show how the ball ,
body and soul while she tour Oil (the grounds tr.e West Htiiminnl nlnilltt, .. or old in bulk at your
4\ .. '': '" | prayed God to send the angel( of death !Knd (;iun (Clul" in Richmond, V'a.. onNoVvmber ,pl.ij, i s .lIIad,. out in each city in dealer Robert Riedel
\ iA " i' 'to tear' *way the fruit of her murder- E. Evans county farm .demonstrator 8t h. and wound up at the whiih they' shot: I ft'ntf for book/ft.

c? : : '.", )'1' ..1 eel **Te.Too, >long has her heart brok- and l Miss Anne Bryan ( Carson I traps of t the Pal..fa..Shoo'llIj!' Assi-, : Home Ball I C.I.d.. Post rf. Nmur &. Company CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP

"4. .k, ,J\ en '?.h_ manacles clasped the limbs I in charge of the canning" club\ work in ciation 1 in Itost llIn. on November" 1!.7.1 City', (Club Players Wl'tnton... D.,....... Window and Door Screens Repair ;
rr, rot'.ber.-errtng', and turned with Osceola county who nre. in churiye of : On t the intervening days they oxhilut- I Richmond 447 395Baltimore I ;
;'\1'': :..acreaminff eye from prison doors and the arrangements for the Osceola 1..1 l at Baltimore, I'ittsl, rgh, (Cincinnati 462 U91 and Cabinet Work.
;
gates 'ot tnfamy ,a* they cloned for- county exhibit at the Five ( 'ountyFair : Indianapolis! :St.> Ixiuis, Kansas I Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237 :
; i Ijo; .ve*-'uPOD'' her lost hopes. Too long in Orlando to be held l"ttruarvll.I1 ' 'Ity. Omaha I P.." Monies Mmnoji( i '-'oIIK : Darling-ton Ave.. Near Freight Depot ''

_I >''haa,,abe Cased In abject despair upon ]! next, are busily at woik on this Milwaukee, Chicajro, Toledo I>o ,(
I
: < "-k .ner children-clad: in rags of poverty proposition.Not trot Syracuse and New York
I UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.DON'T ---
; .. f J 'and pinched with hunger only because only are they seeing interested It wasn't expect-d thnt the hall. t
i E*? demand his personal liberty and people dally but I they have sent out players would win many of I the C. F. THRASHER ;

- 4? T!,that the jred-llfrht district shall be pro. the following circular letter to hundreds matches. They didn't ifo out with the .
; "\
tectecL, "" of people in all sections. of the ('xp.ct.lltion of winning"' hut with the STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED SHEE7 METAL WORKER ,

i1 N. 'f.., '1''Tt.oj. if any man should per-; county : idea of. doing their very best. It wasa t Metal RooFI Put on and ,

I' '. siit Jl? P e IT tuatlng and protecting a Kissmimee, Fl'a., Dec. 4, 1914. social .shooting! trip pure and simple. GaaraneeJ }

41 \ .iA .preedtng place for amallpox and yel- Dear Sir: As you know the uh. They were out to make fri'."wls I PHONE UII.R .,:
I ow, i5X5 *>.e UM Of the revenue it Tropical Mid-Winter Fair is to bl' and did.( To the ball players ami to "Dodson's Liver Tom' WUI Cleai Your Your druggist or dealer sells you a KISS1MMEE. FLA. 'f
I v Old ..br1g'ij. medical profession, held in Orlando February lr.-lH.! 19))(). everyone else trap.shootinp1", is a pleasure 50 cent t bottle of Dod"" "',* Liver Ton ,
I
._ '" -ivwonld'be mobbed. If any Two yeais afro our county had the and a recreation. Mathcwscn Sluggish Liver Better Thai Calomel under my personal guarantee. that it t:

'Party protected any such prize winning exhibit. Lust year the said. that trapshooting keeps his eye will clean your slul'l'l..h'l'r! bettor than DR. W. W. CARSON
Can Not Salbata.Calomel
t .4 -.o1l1d pis hissed into oblivion county did not enter the fair. and mentality in more satisfactory and nasty calomel; it won't make you sick

5 'r ) eel and outraged public.pand This year we hope to have a far I condition during the off season than makes yon sick. you lose s, and you can eat anything you want DENTIST ','
better exhibit than had in 1914 other line of and the -.I
/r can prove it bv I we any recreation ..y'* work. 'alomol is quicksilver and without l eing sal ivateti. Your druggiit Office over Pilley Building :I'

;t ,_ _ 3 t ut jt a place is safe and I and we hope with your cooperationto the only time when "Chief" Bender smiles it salivates; calomo! injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful( will start OtHce Hour..' g-If j-t '1-
?- bring home not only county is when he is breaking the "clay
ired.with your politically | If you are bilious; fool lazy, ah'lOIi..hand liver, clean bowels an,1traighu.n Office' 'Phone Its Rf.ldrnc. Thnn IS
ad- your your
blue ribbons in Ii
but can'tsmash
the Indian
birds. And
.._ght districts and the prize, many I maybe all knocked out if your bowels areeonstipat.d Gas Admlnl.terrd for Extraction of <
YI barrooms of dition to it. the flying targets. lie was the you up by rooming or YOIlf1.t Teeth !.-,
our coun- and bead aches
_3 1 I or
To make the county exhibit a sucfess of the ball your your money hack. Children. {gladly '"
lt leave their. scars in the. mainstay players'> aggre stomach in H..ur. just take a spoonful of
.r : of('Our;; babies and their < your help is very much needed. I gation.In I .,harm..... I Dcxlmin's Liver Tone I instead take Dodson's Liver Tone because it istasting
'; ;. thering fevers in the We ask you to respond to this call each city rn which the ballplayers of lining fiickeninK. salivating calomel.DodBon'x pleasant : and doesn't gripe] or T. M. RIVERS. M. D.

,. t r. I ,' andinsane i of our with the loyalty you have always appeared they were augmented 1 by ] Liver Tom- in real liver medicine. cramp or make them sick.I .
t I _ _. i hare 810,000 Insane andem1ndedp shown to your home county and to a member of the local shooting. club You'll know It next morning 1 1", am wiling millions of bottles of PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

,1 j ._ according to South Florida. If you have anythingto who acted as captain. The secretary (...11..... you will wake up feeling fI"p. Hudson's Liver Tone to people who have Office over Osceola Pharmacy

1 ., cL', fWe are told that enter at tho fair please write to of the home club selected the team to your liver will IN working your headache found that this pleasant vegetable I \'...rm..di.ne 'I'hone Rcsldrnra 61
of as soon as possible so thatwe the ball players and usuallythe Office, 148.GEO. ;
L' of.these are in asylums one us oppose and dizziiM'Ha; gone. your Htomachwill ; .takes the place of dungeroinicalomel. 0.
: : ."j leaving1 something like may reserve. space for your exhibit best shooteis in the organization I I I..> sweet and lxv.>lti regale You HUT one bottle on my Hound

, In fcee to multiply their, there. were chosen. That's the reason the will fuel like working. You'll\ IMclieer. reliable guarantee. Ask l druggUt
',3 4 t, 0. this the hundreds of Osceola County Day at the Fair is ball players won only two of the 18 ful; full of energy;, vigor and ambition. about me. your F. PARKER
11 p paupers, tramps, crimi- Friday February 18th. ,Make it a matches. They were right in the "
_ _t : IL perverts" caused by al- point to be there. hunt all the time however. Thou. I - ATTORNEYATLAWCollections 1
--
I :'ace a tremendous loss Yours very truly, sands of spectators witnessed the
and
B. E. EVANS. matches in each of the cities and few Conveyances l
: .1 bility, and life. Whoi ;
I Eugene C. Bryan, Pr... A. H. Bryan, Vice P s. J. 1. B.betSu'y.l reM. .
CARSON
BRYAN
. i tt I Is a liar and that ANNE of them cared whether Mathewson, Specialties! "
when Oscoola County Fair Committee.Mrs. Bender, Crandall or Davis made perfect 1
,. :'what.,He said III 1-1 Broadway ,
_______ ,t t "'not. sparrow shall York scores. They were interested in ,:
t Jennie Watkins of New
seeing the major league ball players'
i knowl-!
nd without His
.
t 'i- .4 1 ft uch'more Important Is City sold over $200.000 worth of insurance in action at the traps... I O. t. KR1UHS \v. J. 8TEKD

1 ; $ & od.also said "Venge- in one year. But don't think for a moment that KRIBBS &' STEED
I
_4 ; ; will repay." Woe tot..for the ball players were not minI some .
-., fi-old and selfish target breaking on their own account. ATTOItMCYH ,
4' I AT 1.04.L..gsl .\\
Dr. Louisa I. Blair has been ,
I appointed -'Not one of the shooters on the home ,
'. the
the life
it oppor-
.. .: rat vision of its peoeap a school inspector in the clubs. had a thing on "Chief" Bender. Bryan Realty Company l business of all kinds .lve.l1 ;::
Wilkes-Barre schools. The Indian's low score was 85 a-'d his I
.what we ow, we public prompt attention.
.
best 99 out of 100, and 't
t'- '. .1 owe was anyone orn..R II nllli, ,. ,
1 z stat ,
.! : t, !, ,., -. trample on the gar- GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" who clips 99 in 100 is hitting the Offices on Broadway, )Kissimmee, Kl8 lnunee. Florida.tank BId. 4 (
y "clay" boys pretty well. This 9I'! ;
and social relations '.
tr CONSTIPATED CHILD G
5. TO Opposite Graystone Motel
: d'it: would not wor- score was made in Syracuse. Bender I

t- %.. d.rs or war lords, but missed his fifth bird and then broke I Pat Johnston, .
95 straight. On a oold raw day in Q. P.
L to distress and OarrcM
gins i Delicious "Fruit L xaU..e" can't harm
t St. Louis the "chief" broke 97, and on
; mascot effieasuree JOHNSTON
-, &
pet GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
@ ,.-' ; must be tak- Tender Little Stomach, Liverand a disagreeable day under a leaden sky ..1 '
in Detroit he clipoed 94. In Indian-
to. Yea Bowels. '
eo m* pass.
w.r have apolis with everything against him, Orange Groves Timber I and,. We Pay Taxes, for Non-re Office. 10 .. ;
r d'JOhJ Indian broke 98. In the Indian 11 and 12 Citizens Bank '
mother! If the fact
bird Look at the tongue i.l'
-I Cattle Ranches, Country and idcnU and Act as Owner'sCily Building .
E prfd$ began to coated little one's stomach, liver did the best shooting on the i 14
your for Rental Property.
poorest days for trapshooting. I Property Agents > KI..lmm.. Fia.
'. 1 1J s*( .then' Here*nations competition could 'and bowels need cleansing at once. At i Lincoln Park in Chicago where ", 1..

4i:., e; ___,,:tltanie struggle of I When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't _- "r

-- ,, e world to show man sleep, eat or act naturally or is fever DR. M. \ I

r ______ .. -, humanity had long ish, sour stomach, bad breath; has I J. HICKS i.

,4 f .fr _ e5\ wss- ora to'perform.in a mysterious" The l sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, PdSiRVEY GUESTS the BEST2t'G1q" PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .";
of "California Syrup
A. ,,.w.y $II' public sentiment give a teaspoonful ,* I Office State

:' . r.at I. but 4. culmination of Figs," and in a few hours all Phones: Office' 41 Bank Building l'

4__ tne and God san the fould constipated waste, undigested Residence 40 .
,
food and bile! gently moves out -t
i.' on the wall. sour I, i
: : I it The JwrWn nineteen< staUsa that of its little bowels without griping .
n 0
.' ? Tod7 hare child J. W. : ;
well
#A te W-statutory enactment and you have a playful THOMPSON
', ;. i;' m>*rjihar ft '.ptnat the Uquor traf- again. Ask your druggist for a 50- ,

jt. ).a.t. .m... tht. National cent bottle of "California Syrup of -_ FUNERAL DIRECTORand ,1J.

1 .,.LA"ea'.IwOn..i .).a-1ft m. fad Jority,. In fof al. Figs," which contains full directionsfor ,\ :t1!'-=i! I \ l I The Cream of All Ice Creams, J.'

, i' ,t1_; __ 'lawmakillcpuuV. In the babies, children of all ages and for & 'I.. 1: LICENSED EMBALMER I
has been.bwVnew i
traffic \ how different kinds of Ice Cream
liquol' grown-ups. \ ,\ many
*. 7L L..Ie m. ,1W. ate earth.'taughthaU Iwben I l ,r 't' IT'IIATTERS NOT you have used-the fact remainsthathave Store and Chapel. Stewart Ava.Klartmmee. . ;' '(


4 _,\\l J f tr i tliQ silent'csiiinon that in dec"have this. THE GEM \...._ __.you NOT: tasted REAL Ice Cream until you have tried .. P.1*. ...i
iru&'ci..a. '
,, 4.e: $ ;j' .rr1 eome to pass. New .'urpose Charcoal Stove .. !'
pi'
', 4. 0 srill be;mad.. new condi- .. P. A. Van. Agnew ,
problems w. B. Crawfor"* \;
1rhvs; i arisen pew a- i
2 5JI' : I and..new Interna- VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
r. p '. IlIjieationa 4frM* *nt. The .
:,
? cinri.ic "phas.s will beehsig<< ATTORNEY-AT-LAW . ['
; : ... ri l'WU1bb.: th. disath-of .. Office: 8-4-5-6 Citizens Bank .
-k 4i WI.1't Eure0' dtsarma- The Cream of f All Ice Creams a Building


0 ..- 1' i ..tt n.. 'tor-For''.centuH.a...'.&ad lore En. Special Prices to.Churches Hotels Kissimnas.. Plor'.t. 'i j
Lodges : Storesi
J her' % PURE'JOOJf.CLEAW
t. ,.; 2% III 5tf betrwourees and .100 -.- :\
& .5 ,, _ _ baa 1 I' ,.,
called Made of Pure Rich Cream
God from selected
tI.tin i I cotos from
...
v l. .:., 'accoontx nd -than- J our own herd, It It the Purest made In the South.. LEWIS O'BRYAN "

__ :tb t to hui ."Jckle and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,'
L4 MO HUMAN HANDS TOUCH IT IN THE
rs trampled down MAKING Waring Bnlldin (
,, 4. , -r..iil1 titanic struggle Mad.ftro'.gh.st nMtal.wMI not crack ,- "
.44 1 4 the-nations .r H will bail the man.cook a mealan I/ .AU regular flavors and many special one; .:,
e .Mncth of *.. MM*your Iran, all s.vn>. UttU char- -. .
** : ...fteIaL: The' flashing .000. H. amok*-no 4or. For Sale By AU Proereub,' DealersI to Drive Out MaUna (' ,
? .: 4'' ju4 'ftt4 PRICE"$'.*.0F. e' Lad BaU4 Up TIle .,.teai "'

drink. like!a .. e.lo! b* all PI.SerOSLI'O D.el.rs I JICE CRWI 014 8t..4ar4.0aoVB'S t,' '
', &tthelr..- ibJm MeIel Pl.dacf. ... SS chill TONIC.:YCMI bow (

$ t .,' ,.ea11 ,wsb .for. .... aa o .vsmJw IEN AVIMUKJAOKSONVUX I _. are'takiaf. ta* ... la. J.fr"
.t>.teacIJ: 11.... *. FLA. t. & &: $! .. .
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I aJM 'SIA ME6' VAL'h'RY"CA1B'Ir6'' r w" ',;,,', ',r.
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FRIDAY.; ;DECEMBER 10, h y1S. ,

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I; .,.: ,: ;:' )}, :j!' < This: Page: 'Belorigs to Oar. Women. Reader. ;" - '",.:'-', ., .. t .y.. 4: y. 1.. : '.


.., ___ __ n .....I.1 ..--. ..i i i i m m + m mw*** of *em m* Mm m* *a .:. A _

'-I. L . , ,I .O..0..j ....6 family of his name hi tc.-join'-th. -
a 'f I' . .' . . .
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AA'AA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, 0 0 plater'a union He has, been 1'r', ("
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0, ODD BITS. OF NEWS 0 in a munition factory earning; TL"-I .
A 'CHIC TURBAN ,; ,FOR THE., TODDLER. 4 0 to $17 a --week I and, having

'I. ..O..OO..OO.. O.O. t. .... his trade want to join* the

Coohcry <' Lln ..i; Pattlooat : union.
That Abu Naively '8u0- .Dainty Sari Francisco, Calif.-Thomas .
pate the Scotch Cap. ,,.fpr the Smell Girl. Thornton a carpenter hailed his feet' When using stale bread for puddings I ... "

. .... to the floor in churchin art effort at alwoys soak 4t in a coK liquid. '
...
................ ;..y... crucifixion. Thornton doesn't feel any Bread that has ben soaked in cold :prryail'th.ladin&" :

points Mothers who like to make hand c>m- pain because, he,aaY8. he has the milk or water is light and crumbly wa:9eties: o; '. i, ,

I broldered garments! for their halite will faith. Physicians say he is a relig whereas, at soaked in hot liquids 'ANDGARDEN {L' .' Ik
) FARM FIELD
enjoy this dexlgn. which being bung ious fanatic, and his diseased brain is heavy. I iIo. .

from the shoulders, with no straps and! makes: him immune from pain. '3EEDS
;
bands. Is us hygienic as It 1 In l beautiful When cooking cabbage never add have been tested ''and h
the Halt until the vegetable is cooked that
Chocolate 8 frinutt.n. '
There la a duty of 25: per cent ad ---_._- -----_._.._......_ wife have the smallest- baby Gentry ever horn an it makes the cabbage tough. Instead known to 'be 'especially a

valorem on Ih... lniKirted| cuke.Crenm .c-------------------- in Missouri. At birth it weighed Hiouncch when the water boila. put in a adapted to Florida soil and

together half a pound' of butter .. and was. placed in a quart cup. I pinch minutes of baking before soda and add. the salt climate. t

oud half a pound of Htigur. Add I. At two weeks old it measured. 12 inches live serving.If I

>.%"'" he yolks. of alili-en eggs two and in height. An ordinary bund POULTRY FEED.
bunch of is boiled with
ring| will slip over the hand of thebaby a parsley
"
; a half ounces. of trilled aluiondn, two Brussels the flavor will be SUPPLIES'INCUBAToRs.
+ \ .rp:4 fJ -.J and a bull onuses of brofttivd breadcrumbs I .. healthy and thriving- greatly improved. '' ETC. S
!" two and a half ounces of sifted .
!4 .. yi.
< .. /f e Hammond Ind--Two minutes before CONKEY a 4
,4/ .vanilla bean a fourth cake of sweet I Lane died noise
.. Riley a was MEDICINES
< x j jF j
r i >>.... chocolate grated and lastly the whitesof r heard at the door and when opened I School children as well

the sixteen eggs stiffly beaten. Bake Dobbins Lane's old horse, walked into Writ for catalogue and

:, ;), '."' :'41\ 'Jf1h In shallow lightly buttered pans in a the room and stood at the bedside I as grown folks demand' Price List.L .
Weekly
} a' : to until his master died. substantial :
: } : moderate oven for from twenty things toeat

1 : ., ,,","Ay: " twenty-five minutes and when done York N. Kattmerer I A. MARTIN SEED GO F
., : . i Invert over plates to cool. When cold New Y.-Fred
i't>&thz3a; f. *...; "" ,, will be plain Fred Barton after this Jax Biscuits .
and half inch Street {
!! A.. cut into two a squares.Split l 1 1MKI East Bay ,
\ week lie explained to the court, I
,
.. trWrp.. knife i FLO1UDA
,
.,, . the squares with a Kti JACKBONVlldUB
d of ,
when
for
";... . P %n appealing a change name | There is something ex-
v,1f'T.j, ./", \ .' Into two layers, spread the under layer that he was in business in China, and
\. 4' ;. with the( filling/ and the upper layer that the Chinese characters spelling tra good in Jai Graham

with the glazing. I his name were pr 'nounced Godame.He Crackers in either
a or
5
.......-- For the filling use half a pound ot'' objected to the profanity. I Iil
lo cent packages
butter and half a cake of grated sweet .
..FOB FiUL W8 IL .
chocolate melted and beaten togethertill / I I.a rr...............'!'-.........-..... J London, Kng. -Ixml Charlemont, Jacksonville Cracker Works When buyBREAD
This decidedly good looking urban smooth aud cream)'. eighth viscount of the Irish nobe{1 you _
of black velvet lias all tbe essential \
fourth cake of KLBOAXCE.
For the ghlzing/ to a DIMIKUTIVB
of comfort and style. Its clone brim \
add half
sweet chocolate grated a cupful I Is uwNl. for this i-innll ,pet
is lined with deep turquoise velvet. A Finest batiste
of
of and fourth cupful wa-
sugar a ,
of which IN scalloped I
ticoat. the flounce
and spangled
handsome jot pin a jet
then beat
this boll well
LeI
ter. up mlholtsl, seal)
with butt
feather juuutlly set, are the and edged
only tttmmlug.pompon until cool and creamy and spread light lop and Mil luce. The same, tlnlsh, IK I R. S. FLOYDDealer Ask for the BEST

ly over (lie cnke. I used on the neck end the miisrcswhile I

Tbe quantity given-In this recipe "'III'"D1nlle dainty( clusters! of Binnll Ibreelmeatbruldered We make it. Every Grocer sells U
NECKWEAR AND VEILS. three ordinary eight: Inch "'Illor.ca I In 1
on the front 'fwd I II II I'llfrn

kea. Iiif |IMW of pink baby rfhlMin glr O K. BAKERY *1
Modi.h Hints About Two of Autumn' - -u- the last. exquisite touches. Groceries Ha.y Grain and Feed \
Accessories. For the Invalid Tray. ,

nigh and neck enveloping styles. will Bavarian rretinia of all sorts make Kaaping Young. E. A. NIEMEYER, [

be seen In (he fall uerkwear. The delicious and iiourlKliIng) deHHerta for When mltltll.lit" arrives a lot of Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. Mitchell Street'

]leading( tuaterlnl In oncmidle combined Invalids. For chocolate Uaviirlan j I beiuit1 blemishes come wllh \It little \

will dark lint In. velvet and ribbon, ao cream Sunk half a box of gelatin In hairs. ) SMIH on lie skin, rti
gray yellow Try Us on Your Next Ofder For Feed -- ------
least half an hour I
as to make the article more suitable\ cold water for lit shoulders and Mould lines a t I : jflt
of 8tootcil 0..00. .. ... .... ....
for cold weather near Narrow edg Ina double ladler heat one pint middle aged flgurp All these (Irout,,"lea M

lues of fur will be used In connection milk; add the gelatin\ and stir until i,cnn I II' kept at arm's ,length 1 I.> Ix'Kln M. TILLER :
add half cupful<: of t
Unsolved. Next +
with net. I rung early to follow some simple' rules r'J
J
high collars with jabots aide plait sugar/ and remove from the stove. of hygiene. Drink plenty of water. Real state Agency.
double front frills are to be Turn Into a deep bowl and add oneteanpoonful
wide\
Ings or of vnnllla set this bowl sleep with the windows open. ......................-......eu..eee..e..wd ; ,
;
worn. A new Idea In a butterfly JnlK( \
walk out of doors every day Keep np 1
made of net and edged with narrow Into a pan of Ice water and stir untilIt with tbe book. and the tattle of the Realty bought and sold. ,

y.D.... .-. Combinations of net with thickens like a sauce; then add a times. Slack up one minute, woman May Lumber Co.Wholesale Houses rented ," "

venlse edxes and very fine nets shirredon pint of cream; whipped stiff.' Stir lightly and tbe world gets ahead of you Taxes paid and Title verified
high stock foundation are Into a mold wet' with cold
to a pour
Therefore keep yourself young by right
drcMy. a.orgetts.rape Is much used water set It on Ice aud serve with I thinking.TvVO and Retail Dealers In for, non-residents.
1I..luand bright
In the new neckwear. Borne styles are whipped cream. This must I be made I / Fire. Life and Accidept.,

trimmed with hand embroidery and very early In the morning If It I. to be YELLOW PINE LUMBER surance. ,

narrow laces and eves plaited nets used for lunch or lRfI. If a fruit creamIs Indemnity Bond

are applied a. trimming on georgette desired substitute fruit juice stewed FAMOUS RECIPES. t+;

crape styles.Narrow and strained or the juice from canned Shingles and laths t ....... ..... .. ...... ....

ribbonbows are much used fruit for the milk omitting the grated

on both fluffy' and tailored styles of chocolate. Both raspberry ADd peach delicious reol for pumpkin pie BLLS! AbSPECIALTYAll
A |>e HOUSE .
touches of color and delicious. I 9 OO..OO O..O. .. ....
are
neckwear. Bright Bavarian cream consist of a pumpkin cut lulu' smallplwes
gill
even metallic laces and narrow cut in which the soft part and seeds we ask ialet"aa figure on your estimates w

steel edgings appear on lace and net Cream To.". here .been removed. Cover and salt
Courteous Attention and
Prompt Delivery c.
w. GRIFFINStaple
neckwear as a menus of giving an In- Make thin slices of golden brown slowly' In Its own nkln until tender. ; i, x-

dividual touch. An entirely new collar toast crisp and dry. After placingthe I then! remove the cover and reduce it to

in the stiffly starched and fluted de ,slices In u wire sieve )'UII' steam almost dry'11""". being tit refnl that It Phorrc 21 Kissimmee, Fla. and FancyGROCERIES

sign. them until soft ole hot water. Then I does not burn. I'resM 41 through, u col-

rialtlugs are mode to stand high and ; butter and put iu u soup plute-about I under. To two and a half cupfuls of I.I.... _, .
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close around the neck closing! with n three slices, cut In half. Over them pull| | add two cupfulx of milk\ one tea 1---- -

small tailored bow. Vestees are made pour white sauce. Make this by beating spoonful each of suit, butter -clnnaniun. .

more elaborate by the combluatlon of a cupful of milk In u double boiler ginger and one tablesH| >onful I of

materials. Ostrich boas In short thick and then adding/ two UibleHpooofuls of moliiases. two eggs and sugar to taste Free Delivery to all Pubor $

effects' forming/ ruffs will again/ be flour rubbed Into two tnblespoonfuls Add he( beaten eggs '""t nnd after the .

worn. Velvet and silk collars and neck of butter. Cook.Bently'over a low beat mixture Is cold. Pour It Into un open the .City,

e :s. dreHRlngs; of 014 elaborate character are until the flour bus lost Its starchy (nse.Season j I crust bake slowly forty to fifty rein The eyes of the worldare -

trtmnlt'd'wit I h) flues of ostrich.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO. with unit uuil pepper and ,sere every rites ....000..0. ....

---- - hot. 8u'h.. li-li loses Its np- E' en If n mince pie I Is not served for ,

I, pfllzliiK\ qualities If It I Is not. hot whenKerviMl. 'J'li'l'"nksyh/ IHL-,,/ dinner, the. pn,, ,>ililcn' I --- -

It'OioiiM I lie carefully. covered lioiiNt'wIfi* will now (prepare tier inlnceineilt. I the whoSAVES
I. HO on man
,
BRIGHT S Ask Your Grocer
THE
LOOK UPON In transit from the \kitchen. to the .that It may be well scn olied 1

,served.Brown for the ChrKinins' dinner An iiiiclcntreclpe ,
SIDE. I room whfro" It Is to Ix
o I : } for nilnceimat calls for Iwo
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ooooooooooooooooooooooooooroliyannii Miinds| ; of beau hulled, hocf hopper( "!
Potato Soup. !
IM the girl in n story whicbelpesl I <7 xtk two I cnpfuls l of al Iced. potatoes 1 tine. one and a Iud pounds of HIIC" !
the bright .slit l : chopped' flue 'three quarts of applehupt0 CHEEKNEAtCOFFEES
to look on nnd celeryin
]| otherx' and a little chopped onion .
of sinned,, nil
they m-rmcO. ( 'd line one quart!
dark
of thliJKs. however I n dial'rt of s"I1..1"t'r iinlll quite| I
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discovered liw sin' two cupf\ils' of denned currants t
to IM. and when she tender. Place In nn Iron skillet a ten :
cupful of candled orange( and lennii
'
realized Unit n
well her plans had. worked ; of butter and one of lard 1 and
her own Hpoonfnl 1 peel ,shredded a teaspoonftil, ,, each ol
she bud taught otherALp 1'1/1) hut rub Into 11 tmtnVipntflour .
when very ,
WolJ it her cloves allspice I I and cinnamon, the grab
better than sho pluy I absorb the butterand I
'
game
hut, ig. for most persons to thoroughly; ed rind and J juice. of two nran""'eM guttwo
self. How easy It about until ,
stirring
lard and keep
lemons two nutmegs Ki'tiled. n ta
not the spiritual I Best
eveu those who hare dry and quite well browned and By Ever
of violas
1'011).1 bluKMHiifiil| of suit a cupful
Insight of such a girl as the Is boiling for a moment man
her child to granular. When soup sea, three cupfuls of sugar, three ol pAUSE young ,
teaches
anna t A. mother Rift in the browned flour while I
rapidly brandy one of shiyry and one of elder
Ideals
self. The
strive for high thought to
and to
be brave that she stirring and continue to add browned I !Mix the meat and suet together then a
All the time she may be sure flour until tbe mixture Is as thick as and thei: '
add all the dry Ingredients
is herself a moral and physical coward problems that confront you now pr
you ,1,11. the liquid. Pack In an earthen Jar ,
the average
and that she often falls below --- The meat should stand several day's 'I Joe E. Jo
of tdeala. will few hence.Look
her acceptance
(a Old Faahionad Bread Pudding. before using and will keep nn Indefl a years :
do this work. a man
"I am not fit to whom devolve Soak pint of One breadcrumbs In a nil e time. The pie should be made ol 1 ,
or woman may say on milk for two hours. Stir In hour
of and bake for one
quart good puff paste
not only about the of affairs in date nation
something that presupposes table- you- men country -yes,
four well beaten egg yolks, two and a quarter after being filled will
..
Intelligence but high moral purpose.The spoonfuls melted butter, a scant half tbe mincemeat in tire world, are the men who started to save early in life. CITY ENGINl

# ry fact that he questions himself 1 leaspooufiil of odu (dissolved. In a r ,

Indicates that be Is Qt In a" way and little boiling water and a pinch of nutmeg When Cakes Stiok. They lane the respect and confidence of tILe community. }r.
required of stick to the stan
what Is When cakes pan
that understanding/ Last of all. fold In lightly the Surveying .
him he may at leoX-gpproxImate It. stiffened whites of tbe eggs. Bake In for a few moments on a damp tea towel nell look on the other side-at the fellows who ipend all tl f .riI' srs
) to and the cakes will then
bavsrti6t the ability persuade dishcloth,
Those themselves who to look for the bright a well greased. pudding dish. cover for I' turn or out easily without breaking. ake--tlaey may hare a food time for a while, bat what does) tk fpersonality Drafting -'f

at least help others half an hour, then uncover and brown. reflect?
of life may --
things Send to the table as soon as done and' "
and In the doing may profit by '
to do It with hot wine sauce. Pare i m m o na.Aqulla .
eat A dollar or so deposited in this bank wiD be A.
the experience. Porcupine one day
Very reverently a mother looks upon Met Peter. Possum by the way; nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

tbe task of leading her children In the Boy Policaman. The latter. seemed. In haute, for heW Make your beginning now-today. Your
she asks herself I .. going toward the 'atmmon .r....
right way. "What am I. America has one city wherein boy bank book wiD paT the way.

"vain and frivolous ns I am. to l>etntriiRted policemen are loins real work. Tho "Oil. have you heard. aM Holer P.. CHRSOH FflHlV
of a
with the upbringing city Is New York and the organization I "Whnt luscious fruit grows on >on tree'

child?" But no doubt the very fact ts known as the Junior Police Torce of The front Ujj. had fin )cater night V.
but leads her Will mike the ''annnions '.isle ]cue( rlKht
that she does sweet not preach human way, makes the City of New York. I : State Bank ;

rhlUlren In u Good results have already come from "To fill my basket 1 hnve comeTo i

better children of them. the uiil n of these 3()() or more youngsters ' feed the little chaps at hump' "
must be well balanced And I must hu'ry. for I m Int.- I \
Life to I he perfect banded to Insurance that
who are together up Insures f fProtection
must not be allowed And ao the ttto Improved I their Knit'When ,, ;
and the grave I
the gay. A child bold the IIIIDnlulllu order and keep of KissimmeeCapital
outweigh '
to clean UK Htreeta near the llo\ ery. Peter campered up the tree
marbles or spinning a top can And shook the .lmmOl"o-on.. two. thre that Protects:
playing of the
be careful I and consider Captain John Sweeny regulars Aqulla stayed upon the around stock _-___=--$100,000.00 i ,
be taught/ to this force, that bon-
who beads says could be found.
fair and respect the rightsof And ate th. beat that Resources over 400,000.00
r ate to play just Bres hare been reduced 98 per cent In
things
ether
others and many complaints of disorderly At laat when Patar did deacend.
the district, Officer and Directors.
school class. I .
his Sunday hla ,friend,
.. well as In street gatherings 'have been cut to 1 less He scarcely recognized AI I
Moral education la not a matter of a For on the and of every spine C A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vi ./Pr .t f
than half street cleaning \has been floa.To .
day In the week buterery Was stuck a 'Id ImOQ. Imrca and DAKlNAviENUEKISSIMMEE ,r,C CAr
few hour one cleaved. rs
until night a made lighter fire escapes garbage M. KATZ. 2n morning
day, from ell bed vainly tried ;
cans put In order and 'cigarette eat then
lead ber child by threads hlmeslt every sick > ;FLORIDA
mother must > tem rolIaA as ROMA THOMAS, Cashier .
.
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made unpopular
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and exainDlesM) ) etron tbt smoking Till sesj<. .a'1N.a.a t ly
of precept, ., .
JtI
Tbe< policemen are all working 114 1 -
boy
and *. light that a taW sipadast family .. .... ,"I ,'.
fee cannot *o astral l toward,good cltlRD8bf: -r.w>r. nmpantos I T t.. .. _;.G.... "- :"""

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_ _I ..... M lbs eweae .r ..y el ...- bedeceased. Tyler. John A.\Ar.coU Tick ell, J. M. Independent objects and powsrs. Tbl.char..r room11 work, it also perour'and a"a CUt. 'andcttiei .
te ab '
_'. etherwlee IIe.p..d- Will son, Jr. Uphrlam Wood Alilna A. may bn amended from tlm to apt
the .
) ..... Wylly.. and eacH of hem be and they time &. provided It r law now or h.rafter .. .u' pow. bodily .nlrc by of .tt . :-

legal .....11..1... are hereby required to appear to the enacted. that ct
I , TO ALL WHO-fVf MAY CONCERN: bill of com plan It heretofore filed In Article S.The .' te tchir": person ; TOLSTOI AND THK ,

It appearing b> the sworn Bill of thla cause, on or before the 17th day. : amount of Us Capital Stock aUtho..I..d of adult tendency U pLCK'

Iveriiscmenis Complaint ftl..d In this cause that the of January. shall be IS6O.AOO.00 divided Tea. t Not long agx the aneodotetwent4.be -.
I : Respondents herelnbelow named are IT IS .''UltnR: !: ORDERED. That Into Twenty-Five Hundred Shares of overtax the menial receptivity of 'toUowl.

person whose residences, oltlmenshlp thi* order be published one) a Week for a par value of 1100.00 each. the round vpf the Russian
child budding
( ,Ulilllllllll and aires" are unknown to the Complainants etftht consecutive weeks In KIsstmtnee Any part or all of said capital stock perhaps t footer ,

; :':.Otv. and that relief I. sought In Valley Uacette, a newspaper publishedIn may be payable either In cash or inproperty. genius of the 8-year old by making it papers, .*ays the Chicago Hn.14.,
or COUNTY JUDOK labor or services at a Just
.
the said suit *Ralnst them: said county and state
_ iJTAttl. O1 FlORIDA IT IS THEREFORE: ; ORDERED That WITNESs my hand and the seal of valuation to be fixed by the Incorporators keep pace with that of the child of a Tolstoi, noticing a policeman ..

_ _ ocoIA COUNTY;; Lucia Osborne, and her husband If she I aid Court, this 10th day of November or by the director at a me..Un."al1..d Genius of the a drunken man 'in'a somewhat
be married and Lucia Osborn, and her 111 15. for such purpose: and the JuaB-. dozen year o more. toiO
1i4iit. .f nirwlsi H. .rt....,* meat of such tnoorporators or dlreoers Ible manner to the police
4 husband. If i she be married Katherine (Circuit Court Seal) size should repressed not .uloD,
budding
lee $. hereby g 4V.tt. to all whemJBonoern Tlmpson and Lawrence Tlmpson her J, t. OVICRSTOEKTt; specified In each. of the .elatrtes of b '
that on the 10th day husband and M. C. Osborne and M. C. Clerk Circuit Court this paragraph shall be regarded as topped him and asked him:

1 ras>rr> A. D U1I, I shall apply Osborn Milo C. Osborne and Milo C. OHceola County. Florida. tors as to the value of such property. encourag. "Can read ?"
-TT.-.Honorable T. M:. Murphy, Judae Osborn and Katherine L. Livingston HOCKK.R & MAJtTlr4Complainant' labor or services shall. In the absence earlier yean of school you

, T *14.. C'1rt. ... Judg-e of Probate for and her husband If she be married and Hoi .If I torn 47-8t :of: fraud lie conclusive upon stockhold. life the physical should watchedmore "Yes,. was the reply.
"
dealing with the
< charse! a. Administrator Nathaniel C. Bryan and N. C Bryan rs and nil l parties ; b
.. *b..t&t. of Erwin H. Bridges, de C'ompanv The authorized capital stock "And have you read the gospel ?"
*ed: and Lucia M Townsentl and Charl, I D. IN COIHT OK COUNTY' JUDGE. carefully than the mental, for
and at the time I will Issued and for at such
lit paid
same
Townsend her husband and Mary AMore ftl'ATK OK KKOHIOAOt may "
t \'." '. i5" to Bald Court my fInal accounts ) and her busbhnd, If she he 1C OKA COUNTYIN ("Inn. or tlmis and upon such termsanil physical exhaustion spoils mental "Yes sir. .
.\U\ 4t ii"falalrator! of said estate and ask and A Moore and her londltlons, as the Hoard of Directors "Then to know that
f ir. rled Mary rmlno and It be InrtiiHiil work even makes it than use you ought we
.
mar-I d t may
ft" % band If she be married W l >. re FoIst. of Aaron KeehhurytNotice 'ma ); <; ; worse
\# ted
.. Auvust Ind.. 1115 and \V. r>. Moore and Watson I). In hereby given to all whomIt ( from time to time beyond theniiiiiiiiit less. should not offend our neighbor."

: g A. E). DROUOHT. and Watson n. More and (' .. bay rone't'rn, that on tue Oth dRY I HtiiU'il, In the manner providedl

.\. _1.1._ *_mOo _Administrator1JIHTHI4T Dross. Hr. be and hey nre In.....by riiiulrtd of J ibinary. A I>. 1116 I shall apply l law The daily sessions of Florida The policeman looked the count up I

. to I... and uppenr to tin Mill of I to tin' llonotahlo T M Murphy Julge" I Article ... in too and down noticing his shabby appearance ."
n hools the
) 'I'HR 4 In said lie, riiriiiirntloti shall have BUI'n'sKlini s city or country, are
411 III ClF 1111: < omnlalnt filed In i tho IIIIHI oT Omit . JudKo nf lruhate. form M
( UN'TICD HTATKM. IN AM.. Kllll the Coo ri HforiMaM: ::I. tin or"I'I..f .r. Monilu : \ (n".1 t 1 dlH<.hm K<. IIH dmlnIMlr..lor l t orIh. li\. MH orporiile. name perprtuall long for continuous work,-in other and asked :
.
THB HOI'IIIIOIO! DIN I 1114"IOK I \'. th,' 3rd day of .IA'"II''A I ll 1'iir! ) ( .. iamb e of An r(.
4 : RI.OIIIDA. otherwise the soil 111)1) of l 'inn plaint. I. and tha' I At that ii....' I will pret"..ntto Article n1 words, recesses are too few and in "Can you read ? .
.
----- Mill of lavr taUiii ..nt hi < 'I flu I I I shall
In .1. fotirHi JM IIH : on TIIV A 1I".nl" lie In liiNlniHH of the corporation said Tolstoi.
instances too short No child "Yes
; RIa IV IIAKI I l-l'( '1 ,',.n'KM..1 l HKalliHt tin. Halil )lti.HiiiiiilI | \Ir"I"IMI I 1111 I I oi of nald < at a t".. and nskf I iiu.u iulii. I ',1 l ii9 a I rosldetij. a vlre- many ,

CUA", v. J\A % IllKIP' ", t Iu.i Ir n ppi o\ ,,1. 1\\lii i MI-ni: ;i S, < r< lary mid Treasurer. boy or girl, from seven years up "And have you read the Instructions -
;: HAN'ltlir'l-I.: IH ri'KTIII'H OIUf\HI':1\ : : H> 'I hnl/ 1 mti. .d AUK 2nd. A n 11116 1 I.nil I u M..mil (if Hlrtctors (onslstlnv.; t '
c ,W I _-. JhlM oi dir lit I.\llo1IHh| I iinif. a \\.1 kHi A I I': iuiiut1flllr.! .f tu.i I Ii SB I linn three nor more than ; the college time should be confined to the police*"

_,'Tn the Creditors o( rims ,V. Dunn, for ..I.hl, .."n.\I, h.. '" ,'ICM In I tho I "IH' 11_ rn fl m__ __ ;" .inIuinlrtnr' : I ;llti; in:,:. inliin:I Illi: number: of Hirertinsti :: "
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"J-Jtlsslmmee. Dsnoln luiintv, .nil. in ni i... "iilli \ i ,ayi 111 t .. a \\.Id.1 1 .. ms M- I ii. ,IIM, I \" \ tinMlookhold..'rs In tin continuously in the school room with- "No. ",,

District Bforesnlii. iinl llnlii il ,, lu.l I 11 ill' u 1- Ml'111. : I 'OH I I .. Ml \ IIUM ,ii. tliinto 11 ,,,.. T he HII mill
/ |1'fl IM l | |ltJ % I l\ in I out relaxation for more than two "Very well, then go and read 'em
d tlcs Is : ; : : ,: rHI'n" ;: :: I. : :
heroli\ u .1,1 i '' in I tin 1 itliiti in the < I1\ i .f l ". diutit i i.n in I I".Oil. Iwo nr iiion' nrili.a,
;4 XTtn day nf Notiinl. u i I in I :. I h. HUH.has. ; <. . I l'ro'.ld..nl anil 1 the hours Two shorter sessions with and then back and talk tome \
4 ... t t\ nr, ,"l-i nlii in'.I! Mil. .f I i.I. i lilti I r. |.n ri ..i<.it I ..r tht' I I..(. rfor 1 1. lenttint ' '''I 1't I I it tin' an Brut come
{; W, Dunn: wan clil\) "dtu.'I""I..t' a \\ I I N I'M: ,<<' IMI': IKiViillVHIl. { ': I\MM| ..*. til t.n I .M I lit-. |"' '1'I ,,' "" i elu 011 hut l I..i. Iliisitiin- .pi rII (
bankrupt and Hint: tin lint! ; n..tini.. "" :>r \\' I 'I': KKINS; : ; .linlui. rf III,. H.II u "le creditors will I ii. iu, I.I ,.t u iii.I .i fi luu . sIll,
u .1 I ,tiinaiii'' IIH .1 I 11 Ih..r l I uii.t, I iii' .i ii" f"II "\\ Inu tiitiiiil ,IMISHIIS healthful than
-of Vans Aernew & Ciawfiml, 1 In l MHimmeeJ i'. I nf I'h.i Hitlil I 1" .1 ill 1 t l ...nl u .u" I 1 1,1'I II I I.. I til ., l III. I '. III Illtlllllll, the 1innhtu-o t..t.r. more one ses .h
u Florida (> IMIi. .1'ln\ of . ",.i, ,. f I.< h. i I I.\ i\ n, ,HiM.I I,., I 1". ,liturii ,, . iifMcim wlusi
lh >
milil tie
on I I..uI I ,, in. . fli.. . .la I iMint\ 1,1". "I.' in "i ,II,, "'"'''I'I i''' ( day that from 8 :30
'\ December. 1$I6. at two .. .'lm i U I I'1: ..I'' I lid IM I the It tli lnv <.I I N. M ,iiiln, i \ I Ii II , .r i 1.,1.,i .. i i I"' i I.\.i,, is I 10 u,, ..ii ,'ill' 1 I", ..1.. I Iuil ill, \Hie, first ..1.,110", of Rtreth..s MISTMtl K\TITY; .
Which time , ,, \ ,.u- ''i 1 _''u I I'.j' I ( . I. i III I , I .. , bti to 1 :30 2 and defers I
the <"ii 111' in in i I i i 'ni I I 1 1"1 :. . m i 'u. .1 I ij:" "ti" >* "I I silii ( Sflhiati9'| Hliall a. m. : or p. m., walking on tbe
"Thai woman
pro.. theIr clnlms i.\,, ,,,,111' I tin K.nl'Opt , .. l < .I I Si ill ) .T.1 I .IV I I'H"'I'II-'I': I : I I : I Ifli I l \ N ,.- i. I ,. , l :v\\ tv ..| :7.. ,I-: ' S. . i "5 ihtl I u .1.1I I II the lunch hour beyond ;

4 elect a IruBt. ni"i1 "11 IIH i i .-u.i h \ .1.,1, i I u" nit I i nut I I 1.1 I I II 1 ton\ '1'I"I I |, :t' l *-."lu 11)I )Ii I ( ,,I,.., :1 JI i iI iI I I' l h1 I : I\' rn I 1'ii nidi nli noon an or more other Hide of the street Is my bete
: IIIIMI' 'N u : "ltl-"I":: ) I the and usual time.
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:; a ,before, said im>.'tint I. ,,1\\. ..I n, t i. i ,.." i I., ". .i.| t ",i.iii' 'ii, piopor noire
"\ "i 4'.IJT.n..l. I Ile I..t, ''III' | 111 it,,11 111' Ml 4''; 'I i : I I' i.: \ 111 ]Id''I'] Scr.T t u I" nnil1t
't ;pa at Tivmpa Mml.li I 11.. . 11I1" i """. I I'i"" "I 1 I'' i -.1. .11. .1 ..1.1,1", \ , i I" II,. (drown; men, especially those engaged -
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I i mil I .> l j".\ d.'NI i ,il I.. 01| 1 I" f"i t'i.., |it ..r i ui, i "Qb. no, she Isn't Tha'l Bet .
-. .",., > I III': < 11111 lI' ( III lii' 01.' 'I III : .n.l,I u ul I"s I.f Cli ill three pi'rm>ni' sliallI in office or mental work often
Mil' < .
T. "M. ha"kl..rllr.1. Ii,r i it' "iir I "it K KNIIMHM,, , 1 1'10,1"" , I
. si': \ i': \. i'n .11"IC i \i ( i mill oiI .' . I I.. '$ l I Jones :
.l't: ".11' t ili.I, .1,1'.1\ | .
. li"r. In IlinUiiipti! \ I i i""i u v ]1"1"
InI
: .1 ,, .1 1 omritrt nliall boast of without lunch. That'slooout
. I.lllllll\ > AM> I. Oil 0 .< I :oi.i . "-'ii. I h I lm "limn' un I going
I I I I. till I 1 .
u : . ( II I II I I Il> K }|4 M Mil j I <4v HI -
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1 ORDKU ', I III N I 1 l > 4 II V M. I-:1CI I"; ../I.. i I I I. U i ill I I i IN ..1 1 I 1..1"l ". 1 I.'1. .r. .1.I "I .I ,II, '.10011\. Illl Illl. .. 2 tuili'I , 111, ', l\iii their and they are
KIIH iii uinnUiic responsible
.1''' l'i 111.11 1110% 'I''I'r. Id* i .i "i"i" i" "I i i .h > i 111 "Does your wife ever go through

I 'I,: MN '' I l.\ll SAXMI'N SIOIIIW: < OMoruniilml I tii. 'I ii I i lI Mr for themselves but rh.ld; shouldbe
: 11'1' THR oiiic IT 4 4ii Hr 41' "inr 'i.' "I US I H i i 1..1..1"r t I i 1..1, ..H. . tli.le. ftI no while ?"
are
) l your pockets you asleep
m r..r.II..n 1111- I Mi.hi!,,
HVKNTIf( Jl nlf'I"I. I TII4 III' 411"I / 'I/1. , .I "il' (nil u,Mull 1 K..II. : 1 a ill ,pt nil punished that Relaxation
,. way.
Irr the |H H if 'lu..I. .. ,If"' \\ I I.". I 1 I. f I I. .1.1 . ., "
s. 1 1'1.] Maintains
\ N. THH JITA'I'- Ol' | |.<>lllllIN I Iu (II', "! "I"I ,.II. "aJ llllll I Mllllll. .1"1'1 I i llNI So. she does I openly -
4 imliilnniil.'
..,
.' 4NOFO. I . ,,. nf Ll ,if1,1,1 and recreation should never be in-
tIMI Ol. t C 41' "'l I iii- I i t 11 h, "ni Ill lit
VIN CIlANICIUi' "'...I..I.IM. .. . .1.I .t,,r, I : < .\\ t" *- ,,.f 1.,,1 t., ,. 1 1-1.1, ,,i i \ t I III "
; i 'Is I
111'Iit M II. Alll0>. .: . 4 I... teiferoi! with by school work hours.
., .. 1I"lnI'I'" : : I \\ I 1"\1'1 '" ,If I 15101, .. I .1 I.1"I .. T. .1 I II tu,.. I I.t W4 .if I Illll I or Kansas City

,1 J...' 1&. KsiBl, (.onplalnent; a lrfrn.lsSts. I -:.i'- ----- -- --..:!.::.. (.tut.......!:i.' -l, it. ,.f, t I , ulllltl' t.\ ll\H .1I. 'I They>. should be provided before the seizure Journal
V..... I I.,. .. ,in 1,5', ,,1.1 Ill, ,i.ie.I.|" .1 us ill.l\ 10"I|
Mesa B. Tlmdall Ad..h.I'r.'rh of the 1)1) .u.u in )pin, iiiHtit, luixiii' niiii \ ''III I : 01 \ 1'1'1 II. 'II.| \ | '"It| llI- 'I \ I I.I.i .1 Ill. ,.II.1 I ll\ 1 I.IU Mrll.l. exhaustion of physical) inaction benumbs -

B. iMoltmi \ ... 7. I .
I
: i i/ .... B. Tlsidall. and J. d.. Krniine. II I t.Ius.s. I I.. t hilt, t till. ,. .II I |" I M..I, H 'IIIt \M I It i\ T"I i1h1i: ll,. Ml IMI'.lllll if, hIlt.1 111.I""H N' the bod\ and dulls the mind. tt
.
...d..t.. i ,si, .I I, I In. tin ;P"'r' \ I IH.I\.I. t.. I . , 1..1. I . I Ii. ,ill. II Ii. ".i l>,until.iin To keep hilil "in at shouldnot
, t Ii
Kb* .. :\; tiI I, I. 0 i I 1 r..ss"
'1' 'III \\h.1 *4 ,II IIIM III I II ,II K II" W II I O i II.1 "I. tji" 0 Ji.t/ 1\In\" liii- .. .ill
If nil ,
4 .* It 'appearing h RTlila\iil( MIH.I.I". il 1 .,mil, lii\iuu, <"li 'H'"I.] ."] "" til" i inl, (I i INI I ,,, I II 11.,1,, ,i.,, II"i.i ,. ,, ,., ,, , . it 11," time" MllIij..t, l'hfisri..iua.ttil IIH In uitbin. the authority of anyteacher Are you interested in Fla. lands for
> , .mil
,, i l IH. wllli III, 1.. ill "i I/o./ "-l II. ..1, I- ". .,i 11 I.. I I. l 1'\\ Mm ilnil
to the. Hill of i-oinplaliit. Illi il In I tin ill t I S. "u. "' 1'11..1 st- "" I Am now in position toassist
. "\\.I\ ,. I I i. ,I'"' ,. I > I . i.: I I.. .. , > for it is an unwarranted any purpose ( 1
above-stated ('' ... thiit .I I I IMXraus4v ' s ,' IlltOMHtH' 111 III' I rolll | I I 10 I ,
.' one of the'u. Defi.mlnntH, t I tin r'I In ; \'t.. Klniiriil:, : ill: Nil: : ;II I el mil: I;' .j i ii!In i- 1 I.. ** I ,, l I, I "". 1'p""g| I I I l.i'l ', ,i il I \ rtliliK. I in the selection and classification -

I ,.>ame4>. Is a non-r..i
Of Florida and a rii>,Ul.-nt of I".linn, Minluii, .1 I. i.i.""...1. ciriln .Tiihui It ii.II .. Il..&" I 1"1,1 I I '-10.1. t ul,, ,11.1.t i 1 .4 of -uI.,, | ,i'i'i.&z' , I In,, in |i,mil, ,,i H tug.tiu.'r of Fla. soils and to give instruc-

apoll.. Indiana. ov..r the .. .-.. of 'I 1'" ..n .dr. "i .. ,l I.T uiiili ..III" t <,f II, ,,i in, n 1 ''' '' I ]1''. 't '' 1'' '' i'', "'I"1.I In. ." I" his \% M. h tl" ,nni, ,...I.I.., if ""." .i uf llu 'oil-' And fO the growing, active child for and cultivation -

2 u, '. .. ; It la th<.refore ur.l.r.-l ,,11.\\1... ami all |,''irlliH iliilniiim anI i I" n 1..1 i ,in, ii>>.. "ni. .. r i II... S. 11l . i ,h, ,, i /. Ii I, .,111t.i HI n "k .."hH..t..1. furll the lunch and meal hour should be tions in preparation ;

u that .ararJn reolul. nt ul i .,f<.min nt :Ii: I 1"1. ".st In Halil 1"1", tv'. I..wll. tin'I.utnIa l'n"i ..r M ,''I.I "f (II h,. :"M. ,it t f I I'I..i M .I 1,1 t tI \ "I"h.I a II II t r"I1"1 NI I of same Will be pleased to give
I 'and he le hereby required to api.iar to \ situit' II! In I IHI" nl.i (',..tjuIa. \ ill 1 I I' i K \\ I : \ \ I KI I I' i K \\ I I' \i't I 1:11 I .Hlil 'e l'ha.iitu- Mixed]. No school work should be allowed -

'the Bill of Mini In salil ...u.... '.11..1 IH follows I I' i.; U I' .N IH I : I; 1 II 1. I ,I., I .i ll l ..I. II sI any desired information of which I
Complain .
", )_ t 8cc' < : i I' ; \ i,,u I i 1.1'; i I I' 1 : \\' \ q"EH; i".1.1..I TI', !K; I KM I.ln'I to displace" them You don't
or before the 3rd 1 lui o
Monday ) I . be to old customers
e .. h. I'I: I : I'IW'' of Mi' NU' I",. I I :."u "10": . may {'apabl. my
January. A. 0 1 Ill "tI. w'I. I uull. , expectour horse to do his best if
, rations'of Bald bill will !>0 taken ns .-a I: "r :si<1': ;. \\ '" ,.r, HII.i4 :t \U l'I I Ii, 'I i.i:I :" 'I.' l\ . U": I H: \ 'I'I li .N "I'( I : I I' ; \lIHII'i I I 1! I : I I sill. ". Klsslllln I a1 as the new ones.

,' I .. confessed by said <1<.f< mlnntIt E 4 I I I""11,1.1 .M'l I'' < M 1 'I'' I r I : | : ""I'1 1I ," I I s 1i'l M I1 |,s. ." \ on don 't take cate of him, and {'are11."n w.1
.- - Is further ordi red thai this "rol'r "'EI. \V u of S \\' v.- t.I us" 'I.:< .1.I \ \ 'I 1'1'1.1 I I I : '.''M |i. \ \ I--i.i \1 i i i i FI."III"i : \ i For icnt : suites of : rooms each,

fi, 1 F' H' It :1'1 i' or N\\; i M : .,r II< I I': i food at the proper time
De> published ''k r I'i .
one n w I 1 01'1' furnished,
liru ,, , . , . \IY) ) I Flderly couples
.1"
"E! : 1 ,.r 'ii'' I.luii I h. ,i. )i. .I' !1'.1. \ elegantly
consecutive weeks In the Klniiliniin'ita S'V'4NI I !
. plcnU it and full hours of
... ,,10",1\, '1.l Ii.\, 1", 1\\," ,.,.,, .. I II 1:1: I IT"I i 'I i\\ S I I')Ii it I I..r. l ill Hi. ,
> I"
I Valley .....tl... A ... .. ....r "UhIlHh.1 : ; : .I N\\I, iv'. lf :0; ,, . preferred
.
said County and State ., f '"tw... _ 7 I''''' ',ini '' I.. I"I I''I I i 1''''I .u I .t. ii I I I I I.. i I II I,. I 1..1\" ," ,,,I , .l., i ,, 01 I :NI.; i I t I ,ill, ll' III nlI.i I r.itM I Don t ask more of your child I
"4 .1, I I", ,"! .ul. ,., < t. i, ,ills iiI |1" r.'sl
tnd of ixcimbrr' A HClr N\\' '. of N\\' '. I ., ,01", I I "'" ) I I'4' A d-room house so arranged as can
.Thtsi; day titIl- I..t I. I.. " I I' K vJ-\'fl I I I I' i ; \\ VI : than of you horbe.
I E 9 .t 1'I". . I .. . ,, : I I' : \ I Itltl i I .1"1"1'I I I I.. TIll nil be sub- rented ill suites for light
"u. I I II I I I ''' I I II.I I I"I I i oil I I II Nil ni'I I :
( vlt OVKHSTRTFTCourt t r :M: I : f NE' E' of
J L. M"4 o ,
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I I. '"" 1.1.1: . l I l' 111 I 0 1 'hool
11'11.1 : "I I \\ i'' need
" \Ii\\\ < n he
11lJ. I I" " i Flordu's s..h..dul.R r"-I
Seal) Clerk of tin- < 'ir.'iut t"UU'' !I.I t. \\ i., f :M: : >, or sii ; '4 \\ \ ..r ,, HIlIlM, Ill., 'I I housekeeping

\'I ff SfJA>< !'II: M. JlHNSiiV) \ | .I'I 1.1k. \\ '..i f M' : '4 i E i*I .r., i I': >.. off ,'I"".:; 1:1:.:. i ,I..:,.11:it',', ..1.1;I ,;I."I 1. 1"::I:. ,I,: ' '': .:' ,,II.,,ll,II\. '01",I "..1"N M 'in t .. II.1, .1 t .It""..1II in "I, U I,I ..I,.. H.l .1 1 1I i modeling and they much be changed MRS MARY SUMMERS f>08 Pen-
\\ of :
r "I > 1'0.\ :o.\\ N\V't. | I
.; . .. I :.I : M
i\\ I I. I
VSTKRHi'n" "t"I "lOll" II In. "Iii.. .r 1.. ".I I .. t 'I', '"d'' 1 I \l KN before '
.JIIWoI, _ : r o 4t \\ L, lN of,., I V of. s\v. '. ..r" I NU v,i !, ""I II I I. ., . ... ,,, 5 '/&I..lI, I I.. . ..". 01 ,,,. 1. <1 | |"., | |h. V . III.I .1 I I'h.' M.Illl, r.H I II.. |1"- substantially the material ben field St, 1 blk W. of the end of brick
? NU r "s\\ : .
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for ComrJal'mnt: I
' I ,, \.S ,I. I I. I"I I II Ii,. "Si. ,., I ,I I 1'1"dd I I I 01'II' ,ju..t.. w. t II I ii, I If' t 'I"I I MMI llU t fit fu, them shall be on a par with
: : \\ I. .r N \\ . E' .r HI"r ,, 'iIi "Si.tJ.. -. '". ... ,, ,. ,. 1I""g" 1 I i\l I I M Ml* I I, ,i'i mil '.,fl1, ..hl' *. .iiI lt 01 ave., S. Kissimmee.

'iTO QUn TITLE .:N\..; .', I\I '.' nr I'W'I4 11 .ui. .. "II,, , I., "iiii..i I, .1, ,,, ,, 'II" I. t I K ", In., HIM ."III ll I.l > "''f ;NIIV ,.1"M I the excellence, .of the (luipent that ,
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II
.- I, /, "( hio, -t p. ini .' i I" ,c.' " ", ,, I I" I I I'' J'" r. has been
N N nf siN I.: St', .. r H"" provided in
,Keienlh Jinlle.f thO pros-
of .
the ,
.rt S I rib. s I . <1 t 1..11'- M I \ I Jili.I i. M ,,,1)| 'I ,
4 S tar M..'.. of I'l.rlds HI\ IBof trtlt2.. .... i 'ni!,i ,, -si'ti.. i.r I 11.1 i .i.11M ,
1 1 . for 4>Hec.lfi ( ounfy.IN I 1N % nr :NI; ,: i, IC I " l I , , r thI , ,, , ,,..' t ilI'I . "...i.. inl lIlt'' 'M"I"t H 1 'i 1 1" '
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Nl'4 ,
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l ) CIIANEItY 1 ,, ,. > ,ii. t" Iiii.i.I. . . ... : XIMM il'lil : 1 I II '
4 z eley and ". .I"'r I'. ll.... ''... ..r si I : i.' W'., HI 1.1.1, ,., I ,II S ,8 Zt f."II\\I I 1.'|11'.1'. I I"''"x. "I .I : "11.1"I.. .l .,1"" 414 ((: ::-+: <..:+:":.+ ++ +++ + +.+0 0 0--0-00+.o <0 0 0 0..0+++e H .
lainsutl& .. I : i.r :01\; : : S1': ori. ,
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I Sl.'l. l' I II . I.II.I I", .- (0 i 10..l, ,, 10. .5 . .1 01.. ,
u .. aed her .........nd. ar ..1.. N\\i if SI'4, : | if SI'I : ,,,. ,", ., ulrn..l., ipul, ,Ii.-i. .. I I. l .1\.1I' \

-, ..d l.uelsi 4..l.orn sod l HI"r. :SU '. Spl4 n(1" ', ",,," ..ii, 1 I I.. '' "'" " I I'' ;1 INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
_ 4 paid. Iff she i.e mnrrleil. I \\ ''< s |i-:;:t4 ..f :-II'; I : =s: \V ', if"f : I' .i.i. I 1,1/lUsh, .11.1, 11.1. II : ,, ., WHAT'S THE MATTER
.f '
u 1'Iiep.ai.' .n" Inmrenteher Ni- SI , si, Nl't I ., ,

f >a.t>n.l. 4 M, C. 4>ab..rn sod Vllo ISd '. :>0\\; ', N'.. ,.r \\ V. if s\u< l. iM 1 ,,1 i ...d" (Is i.r. II Ii,. T.ir. in, i 01"i f Let us insure your Life your Health your Property. '

Mllo 4". .IsI...rn .nl H".r" ; :>o\\; ..f sn' '4 si'; : I iii 1 111'I.! 1..i u.....1 Is .i ,, | it, . .1.i ili 'in WITH OUR SCHOOLS ,

.. .-. ... L. l.lvlsisrslon HM.I her ,,if "s\\ i4 n r 1"1 'i4 : svi. tf s\\' i. 01 ". ]. > .l ,i. .1. |I''i |1'.1 I i "]" '. "LI" T

'c i .... lx .....rl..d. .o.i >. MVryesi ..f S\\" '. 23 I it. II.. .III .. .".h pi . $ u tu4 med IS. V. llrysn sod NV4 i of N\\ ', I.: % of ru ..r .J.I .ii i" "ii 1 If h,. I ,", ,, s f \\1,01.-| ,

d. gf '._._.d ansi. 4karl.N It. HW",. of, N\\" '. :<1\\" '.. of \\" 14 i I. ."nil, M I .,,,101..1.. ) .i s 11" ,, ,.. ,1 ., i ,,01 I niK i J. K and rent cheerful$ given.

a ... klinhancl. unit story A of N \\' '4 2drn. .1" Ii 1 (0.111"l I it. ,I lit) (t" lit.".. .ii I i 111 ..) UK )'oTEH( s \\s \ sae )
,, F ..,,1 her keiabsiBd. If she !>. I': '" o f :si: ', of :sr'i; : I'I'' -4 i.r :sp i" . i .. ii I 111 r t \\ 11 h, stiuuhl, . r I 1.,0'l 1 UlMMMiHIM I 10 THi:

4 soul her ''4 N\\" 14 MM.; ,,f NT ",.. of sp. sir,., U \I i i d" ansi. 1 1l. ..1.,. I. ru i"" I h," Il\SI- WEjWRITE THE KIND OF INSURANCE THAT PAYS.

,..L 1 she.t.A.I:.I. M. I>. '4 s\\' i,, ,,,( :>OE'; ..r 1'" '4. \\ ..Is. ti.1 ti,., iIUfi n, t"in . II I" u,,|M '".I t ... ...1 I ( \l I. \:1 I MI'N:: :I .XI I. U \ 1TIES .

Iv. I>. Moor. ainfl n 4...n **. of S \\" '.. of si" : '4 : :\;; \\' u of alit, ,, ,it I f..d s 1 t I"' 'd' 'i" I ts. iis,..I I I "''I'| .,it I. .IM,,1 1 1in \MIK H I>KIKXCIS Ci. ly reliable companies in our list.

w 'c 'W.t.o. I). Moore anilf sl:iLoh: : 'tIl.| : su of K'i of .11 ,n, In in 1.1.. .. M. told NI, ,,,, ag.' \\ a r",- (OK TiE PI I'lLS. ,
SI ; 't, of s\\ X ; SWV4 of t.Is. l". f, 'tnrli. HIGHEST
A & P I t -....... In the h..... In i\vl4 ._ __ _ ... 2zs f'ri hIrer (.. "lor'I..H and oi hi'r Cm'tot'ifn ... I
; t ..e.Ibrd .orter the Bald N". ... N"": ', : s\\" i' of snu' _ nd nil btilldlnrrif in...d..cl for thi. t onIn tJSEn'L ESS. I. < < :

-, -........ If the ...>. or N\Vt. of Nof \\% : S'<, of NWI4 .1 i-I of ..u<'I h ItiiHlm'HHTn .
I.. 4le4NrsiBed, or olheriMIT si : N\\'Wof of 8W29 .ar,i nit',, bv iuuiruiilie, .* or otiurwine. Second fl or Bank Eldg. Kissimmee f la. '
,
....t.. N1t4: of NHof % : 1'1.' .. NI: *4 RU own. hold luiv suli. eonve'. exlmnw By J. Y. PORTER Ctzens

-L of ... NW'4V'; >io of 811 '/ ; snvi (' j r MAY C4/NCERN1! : of SWU -- SO trad. a nd d"'al In rt ul PHtato or other State health Officer + > oI

." i -. sir from the sworn Bill of NE'4 of v.r--RF.; >4--Nro'; C of proport peiHonnl or tnlx,'di I - .

t4 led In this cause. that PVWAIT -- OUTiV.H 'lo ,.urv.y. 'uui.IlIili. pillt, iniprore .
r.on. Interested. In the IV "O"-IsIj"--2S---: !' . nd, ; di \ l<:;p I iiitN, I fi>, i;ul, |.*.s*...I of Mill; Win"! the niilti-t' \Mtli I Iliti nla's

lived In this suit. .1I".r \Si.P: ; : 27 1;AS'I- 'I i "1 hirv, ,IH in.I I ,,, 01.I . ,d,I p. t r" i MI' ,
l : "svi r :s\\; >, "s\\" ,,f SI', 3 ? I
*n Respondi-nls' ami that .ill t 111111.4-, i". drill r" "its, d. \ 1 I. pIII 'h"I'o.
1 such persons. HO Ititi 1'.1- :S o"f; 1'0'1:1.: X 'I of spf '" I I III I I llll, |p' ".\ "II. lit I ."I.1 1 i II s L. Ml,. 111r , tli.il) t.iktfinin '
tI of SI " I ., >-l I" of' Ni'" : I I'lolnlh, I In- ..inn I 1 I t
l: I
own to the rorn pla, Iriiint, : . t TI IM "" ,mi It r. vi"I.I i"p" t 1'.1.i in, Ihll' I Th Favorite Store of Kissimmee 1I 1
/' *-.u N\\" ', ,.r si I : i. 4l' o f s\\" 33 ,, .
lot Is pravecf In tin snlilllalnt I ,.<1. I ) fulli s'\ ,-lrIIRlll'v (if '-dllbji"
I
ralnst the salil nn :s\\ '. i .r. :si; ,': '. r s i I' '14 si<" "r . 111 .
1 i..i llllf't a "' 111." .ll I .11 -- "
: "E', : of :SI: : 1"r' NE' ,tilis ,if m (9- :
4 iitht'i- u lot
1 I.k4 pndentsLlmlnir I sii. i I ) n, "d 'lIIMIJII4lI< .11_ .1 \ .i ii, 1 I I.t l (llh"1 .
NI"I': 1'0'1'4' : I
4 EFORFJ OROERFO: That 1,1 I iiiiql", hS Illl I t I.I 'IM I .14 Itt'i tit lie
t 1IW Ihi I In u t mini .
III and I to SU of !SI I-: i, U '. of SU % _ Ti 4 rv si itp t I in in n 111 i
1 t *i Interests hiok r. tit uttoriH \ I in f., t. I", li.
1 described rial 1.rflp.rV., SP'. i.r si: i. tiI f; IIIIIIM 111(1. .. t .11 IOJIH In ills. lack of ululituliilit\, to the
th mf i 'iHiris it is li
I \I I .I.I I IV IOUSSII1I i I t "I2'ri S utll. It.. ,I"
% sit tif..>' County of Osct ol.. ami I '> II lug) ,ItiK,, s*. I llit.". pit dK I ,iin, Hid I d I. niIrus I 'in .
llda Z" luiaiV.nt : ,. ,' physical mil nt, ''al ,' ipai .itii"s of the FURNITURE ?
f vim.fpart : ' 11 ul! ol' !" oii 11 I l"r"o"ly u. itM In.ea "
\ K z..a if S U of SS14 .
of Sections In Township Thlrtvhlrtjrthres f I.II4 .\11| | i hut, I put' I of si* "fSI HUT i" ... pupils) , \\linh (Utiatts. fi .
1 1'1.: "Si.ulh, of tiiiIiflt..i.( s\\" i4 11 'I'n i nil,l's on II,. (It.do; ,.1 gent ml
r ; le South Range TwentvIvlns NTV4 : 14 i.lt.:4| '.1 SK '1 d. il. i'H in tin i ., ,'ImndlHi and, Nuppll Hof hiKh."t us.fulniIt .-

J 1 til_ . ; North the of HHIimlel County" AIT oI--i-I': TiiUNSIIII; 25 ;s0(7TII: tIIANa ;ill k I iids on I"I urIlu. opt ra tl v,.' plun I I must lip evident to students (- .l Baat of : : 2N 1 1sr '1 1'o earn on and nt. ,' tai" iinv' 1.1-!
% SioC < rUflU.d . M08H undertaking t ran HI ('tlon or opt t that t the sum" nu thuds of
> and nrh of l them lie and they nrt Pnreh \
ion the Complinants Rill reiinlriil, In tn tin. till) of coin t.",II.) r> ( inn ,,,,,n U (.,,,I i 1. il I "n or ,,,,,1-
t "herein: filedyV>n or before' plaint Inretofnie aiipiar nliil In this ran" on ,Ink ..ii IM lr..I'r... 'in\'Htoi H. HUH n training do not f t all \hildron! iqual -WE HAVE IT !
). 191"
A. I ,
or February. ....nlrR..lnr... m'r hunts. (,.omrnliiHloti -
the InJktha said Rill Moni1ntin 7lh ,li v nf P, '. rosary. I 1916 .1.1 In. well and the 1114 ) i\ity of the
of ',, ly
,4 else. too rue the HiimA i...Inwr A 1'1,1.01", nun and UK* ntH and I In tht- ""H" ,

_: will be tJVen as confesspartlesf It IH f ,rihr onli..rt that' thll nrdi. r of Hinti, liutnH| ] to .,'rllw. :trt'upt. Ira- : common school! system requires' that
and 11 nil or nov IHKotlnble "
dorHi acquire HI
2iAS lie piihllnhi (uric" n w".k for tw'lve '
*4>rdered that thla InHlrum.n'M should be commodatedto .!
| or tranHfe-rrable the children
connirutlieks in KlfiMlnirmi Vnl1 -
u Uh.d once a week for and t ....rur.it I..... I"t.ui 1 udiiin u I d,'bent ureabondn .
In
aelte
. In the Xis'ime v a newspnper publlBhed rather than the systemto
weeks the
". I Ullve salil count noIiB" and bllln I of oxchitnfceTo system '
liy Oasette. a weeklyPublished hohl ...- I I
uiqulr oiriiitKM
\\ITNKsjtj mv hanil and the seal of purrhnm the child Much responsilnlity re- I
of ireneralthe In with Hardware line
} and KIA..lmm.'I' .. t trnnnfi and dtupom, of thiHtoi > connection our we carry a complete
/ tiewvpaittelijufatl' ..ai III Court. At I'lty this :<10'plnh..r -
,
of OsoeolaF .
County \ ofliidi with the
ki. I".IH. and oth-j \ ilereen mains under this syHtem
\ 10th 191B of eu.rpu.mutiiiti. dn- I line of furniture. We make a specialLy of outfitting homes and
i' Itt 'dnetiH an\ ,
F ( Ct <'t S.a1)! .I I. ()HtSTRFKT.( of the
thif'Honorable JamesV.. !! the teacher
I IHHU In teacher especial
: tni8tlc" or forMfcn, and to I "X- >
/ C'li rk c-lmill i i I CourtOnri handle reliable
and
said Court.
u xe of the haiiK* Ih.'ro for Jta Htockn, liondu or
the individual
Perkln j Clerk thereof and the of I nln "ountF lorlilaJIOOKFR ot hi.r obllKiitlonHI younger pupils that necessitien ,
: ?\HTIV
my p ">tflclal t the said Circuit Court onNovember 'o ,at serfthsfith Holtx- Itors. __ 47 121IN met
h*' of AT 1116 Complainant gag, con. Iy. H,'11 and 1 dlHpoN of
., f : r.r: : Bed Room Furniture i i
. ..'J.1.. .JA., Clerk(OVBRSTRFF.T Circuit: Court -.IIIK 4' .m ir 4tI; iii ---OK-IIIKh till ID tut I.iucle.H. in uIt.t-p I mining alM I oreH fttid,mint"I"eral i al, o! oil In the firfit plate the child of average Dining

( t.Ct. (A'OARRHTT. : \ KVTII Jl III4IAI. < IICCT'r OKKIOIIIIIA. i IK htM. anti "ni<.."llIr'ro".. I lands. iui. | mental ,capacity arid physical activity -I Room Suits Kitchen OutfitsPar
IN AMI Kill OHI K01. -
_ jOIN I for Complainant 48-1 Zt A 40IIMV.: IN (' \XKHV: I an ii,>rk.lntttat*.x-rriu: I HI.t.h:dt l rein.\ i lop. :and:i the to Mann',xploien .. I:and:: should not be sent to school -


L : ...... ;: JTVIET. TITLE I'KM XI' I. AH <> \'AI. !NHII1K1' (''''1- of to, itiKnufai ort'n. in*-talH un' anil and trauwport truing. alt.. all niid ktndn I Ih.. II III. I before it is seven years old. To this I lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers f

1"\ arsnised .. ,
>> rt .. .... e..nt. .....011la' tier Ike S Inns r..rp..r.U.of pr"'u" tn t'h..t eof I time of its life, knowledge is acquiredby
CI :_ dI.fPIodJ Florida 'lo f Htal"U ,h. <'o'ru", 't. oprrate and : Couches Etc.
.f ( ossplalBeat.THOMAV and not
It by
,, s.... ,.. _1. Co..47. .. rondm t urpi'ritliiti, farms And BttllHHhlnRli observation any pro.
S ,, mill... hot IH. ,,1.-
IIIH. HII w f
1'i.._JaSSIN' CHANCERY_ II. '.'.1"""' IT A I... I lili i HKhtliiK and "IIw'r plnntn. .x- c('ss of reasoning Up to this period -
.. .... ,
3 .. .. _. w..... .-. II.... Url..n. n i hanm' H n nd V"'M. 11 HIM' w'ayw.. I log the child is an imitative little anima, I
... .r- dr., I and aliiAKi, plantnUK"
..... roads 'dKliiK I
,III....... ... .. 00--. C..pl.I. 4>lll>..:1.ull ONXTIt. ('1'l\ 10 1111,1 ." ", ,''''H. w'r \\'orl "" H. ss.'v whose chief occupation is Krowi.nR. This store l making a record for itel in the matter I.I I.
XIII V II |: .
: ;:?... It ... -IT IS' 11111':111-:11.: Thiit tin' rtpfenrtantn plnntM and syiitet.iN.' und, I to mnniifat eating and playing and un o
7LrO41 t2-0. :.d .lure anal. di al In I"h"r cross tiesu.I I sleeping helping people to outfit hornet. Come see Our price. are
. .. Inrelii ;"naiiifil In'I'h"'H K naval Htort H of all klridHI I is of nature's I
i be If ... be _.r..d. ,,,, doubtedly this planning
right
.. AlliHfinnuiiHtils C \ l. rnon. I'ik.
.... 'h take
huHi", rut i
tilt '
'ii I
o in i pm
) / h :: .......... ..4 IswriaeC Adair Sarah) .I AM'rill St.phnnV : : : ; ; : : 1
mil I.
buhold k.
". 0.- I ntor.*. pa< pri itt \ us. its first
l ( When has
rt .. ... ......... aid M. ( Ahlrl.li, S] 11| ]" ,"11"1. Fr".IH, M fl-,,- < x port. illnpoHi, of and dint rliuui.i . Mnh it completed sep- I = = ,
q' u'' :1 rrr; c. Osbera .ad Mil. be Hi.1..,, <' Hi.nnell l 'iinll I IlllnKroKili the tenth
6. ... ..d ,,r nil klndM. and to K"pr/llly "-iiKaK tenmum and from then to
O..r.
i PIII V. ,. \\' 1111" II Heiin WII'
_ 40 4 'n 1ft tl't. not in I the Itch luiRlrienHo
It ; "' .a... ........... 554 .herAt A C arrlriKtoii t'iarl-s I 'o,.1.1 \ <'hnrlinH I..nkld tIll \ H*.11. equip. operate year it begins t differentiate from
; :e. a.. b. _arrled. l > Arthur I Jo: I IlimiKaii. : TOOLS fOR
liupireland
iIf ow .
S ..d N. 4. and "us n, et t"I1'" Hh I pt*. Ht i'n m 1.,1.t other animals into the human with ENGINEERS
.. (
I" 1 D"' C n < ori orit, I Inn orKHiilt . ,. ..
onipanx In In hi .
u I ..... .._.d ...01'Iff : :. : HalJlnlor, \ < HH motor ti tn H ; rl.oatH
.
.... H. oil ,Oui.r I h. laws iif New .J.'rau \ Kiln .
p a.. ....h..d. ii nd ..th"r boatH and imp. it \ toIn its reasoning powers more or less in ;
_." her worth Trust C' '. rat ionorgnniz . I
n .r. .
ompanv
1..1.
un. d In mien h..ln..8K. caim.fl.rc -
a r--4. H.-. ... her ....h..d. I .l iinilir tin: lawn: ,:if Town: HH ,. ","I navigation I find to <.onHi embyro but ready for the careful No matter what kind of an haye Gas Steam
4u I.rrt., d. S.d Mary" A. llnworth h. James I.'urn-Ht. John Ire you ,
.. 't and ,'rate piern. tlorki
ru< op
'I 4 :'- .. .r' ....._.. II she be Klannery, John Klamer Irani Trust anti rmliiHjn In, training of the schools. Railroad Stationary Enrin I
; .. ... ... W. I... wharH. warehoUH o i- exactly the Tool you .!
& W.. 0. H. Company I R corporfttlnn or gut II I zud under <'un.I'IIIIn with such biintiieHHTo But the modern school system ignores -
% ; tt. M.r. sad Watt laws of IN' .. 'l\nola' need in work-Wrenches Hammer
______ .. W.t- H. Gross the nn \ HlrhnrdCloorthart purnii* any and all other bu .l- year everyday Oiler, etc, :
554 Charles J Herbert Oro'.n. Jnm. s W and to do and nil other the physical needs as well as the .
.
nenm H any
1 ls l.. ..... all of the beet and
.l.
and .1
& quality workmanship
at
.. Hutches" Jami s H Huirhev Jamis PHu..h..y. alto and 'hlnK". and to exerotne any price* that wiDMirprUe '
,
I .tMII.... .. thIs Bill d..ertb- . Kverett". joHall.. anil" wife and all other powers which may benecesnary mejital capabilities of the average

..::'. t_ .... _... R.- Emma L. Hall. George Fred Holmes expedient or convenient In youngster While it fails largely J." T Ior ha the reputation of handling only .

Clinton I.. Haley Jnrksonvllle A Turn- connection with. or In addition to the t hardware that superior quality and wifl male 5'
I pa Railway Company. s. corporation bu.ln..s and businesses hereinbeforepeclnpd estimate the mental capacity and to I e no .

4 .. ; :80& t. B.stzpert. organized under the laws of Florida. which a natural person and a take in NOW and inspecting big stock.Osceola .
t, ; I ..doa wonderful Pat Johnston Edward V' Jackson.Oeorsre character' coat .
,4 I' Q:47. wil elttY-" \V KlernlffVI11 1 lam L. McL. t rryor do loa"n3re'.h : .. and t'lo: any 1

$ Hif so dat Kimball John L. Lelllch Hannah Mul- and all of the businesses or things W. You N. Oeaeral Ttaric I
u '.tthd..d.. : got ford Simon O. Miller Jesse 0 M Iln. before mentioned either alone or In Talc '.
I J"" '% sdonUflc educm- C. Edward Mack John R Mlnnlck. .
<'A o hab sv J combination. '
: _: .bb ,neighbor** chickenis Albert Merrill. Samuel C: Mccormick. It Is the Intention that all the objects -: The Old StawUxd Ore,. T

U Robert C. Oliver Henry Pullen H. ..(. and power. specified and clauses txpiallr Hardware
pletT. "' Nt Pfann. Joseph H. Palst ArrannahParkhurst. contained In this paragraph shall ex c Tl I aon tains the Company

\" '__ Nat Payrlta., Archibald A. cept where otherwise expressed. -1 Tol b.I
,
aue it It sprink- feetraon. W. H. Reynolds. Philip Dole said pmrafrraph. be nowise limited 1 kl QUXNUE

k oncI"rlee It YIlI not Roddey. Roddey Inrestment Company.a restricted by reference to or Inference I IRON. It action UM lAyer. D

corporation organised under h. laws from the term. of any other clause of I Bnricbes) UM
t rL ,. and frill chop quite of Kentucky, R. H. Rlebarda. Qeorire T. this or any other paragraph In this ot Ma a

s Blnrletary., Mrs. U A. Smith Amelia I charter but that the objects and pow 1 l t VTjol.* 8 j Uau M /


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I , [ : : I partment,'w'hkh' win be'housed in th.spacious la:;$50,000;; St:Lude: Inli ,'$200,0001, ': ; : ,s;"' W.'soy: : \
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'\ ILSOHAIN: '..i MESSAGETO'CONGRESSlaiiSHIS : -: *, exposition :building erected St.: Petersburg, ,500; Sarasota bay C01JNTY1HTERESIEDv( -:1..AtI (1ftai ""'
by ,the late Henry .B. Plant, which $2,600; Tampa Bay, 8,000; channel, uieir n\\ :
"'" stand on the fair grounds.; These ex Clearwater Krabor to Tampa bay, $8,- terast of the tracWrfwanuftMrtored by '
as<; PREPAREDNESS PLANS hibits will include woman's work generally 000 channel, Apalachicola river to St.Andre"s IK ROAD MACHINERY the,.Holt }Mamrfacturinr'company> ;,,
., : : ,
: and, attractive''' premiums will bay, $10tK)0; ) ;; Anclot river,. the Russell'jfraiervf:'''He elated tWt 1the"
.{ ,.' .. ." , be offered .on nil product.) Mrs. $12.000; BlackwaUr, river, $5! OOO; DESc'RiPTI complete; outfit: 'would *east >'the
'"- "'"' !" Woodley Webb,'of.Tampa,.will Win Caloosahatchee river 3,000; Hills-- IEAR N OF. WoRI C :county'600, and that it'.-gad.tL. ,..
f ), PRESIDENT SAYS THAT wUt: ;' s'tHmG.' OF x DISCIPLINED; charge of the, building. ,The educa borough river $6,5001.Holmes river; DONE IN DE SOTO COUNTY up A road "T.ri'across the Kisslnnms"\"J ,
';a; './/1'", MIGHTS' AND CALLS'I'UPON CONGRESS 'TO"CARRYOOUTt': PRO- tional.exhibit, to be secured from-the "$2,000; Indian rive,' $20,000; Kittim.me AND TELL AGENTTHEY WILL prairie/Wbtch would be* highdrr 'i' ,'
v college and public and private river $3,000' Manatee river, $6,- MAKE INSPECTION TRIP at all seasons of the year for not more'oj
;:?i' 'GRAM ,ALREADY OUTLINED' BY SECRETARY: OF., WAB .GARRISON schools :H>f the' state,l'will also 'be 000;"Oklawaha river; $10,000; Orange WHEN MONEY'' (TO. I BUY, IS. than '"$200 's. 'mil*,*, \11.' stated ,tha*', :
,'I} AND .SECRETARY'OF.NAYY"DANIE.LS; "* i shown in'this building., -Those deslrine' - river $1,000; St. Johns river, +Jack AVAILABLE' v DeSoto county -now bad; four 'fuU 't};
,, u J. i a' ... to exhibit are,requested to writ onvillo to sea, $300,000; 'Jacksonville equipments at work ,and asked the '
... -- A. L.Allen, secretary. j to Palatka, $16,000; Palatka to Lake The commissioner. of Osceola coon* county.. coramiAsionen.,. pay''that .
at !'Washington'j A < Dec. fr Standing should be kept;; but so far at the Present indications are that every I Harney $ 8,000;;:. Withlachoochee river ty; are interested in' road machinery county a-visit,and ....the ii ebiDery'r.J1.: "' '
1 erect'behind the reading, desk ''In,the changed conditions that are expectedto county in South Florida will be rep $5,000; removing water hyacinht for use upon the roads of the- county i iI [[in operation. >This the commissioners + ''. "
I House.vPresident, Wilson "personally develop when the war in Europe resented by- general exhibits while throughout state $10,000; Choctaw- and wil purchase modern equipment promised.to.do as soon u there WM 'It'
"";delivered to the joint session'of' con- ends are the President said other counties will send communityand hatchee river, $30,000.,, I j just as oon as the funds are available. money" en u rh' in the'road' fund' fer!! ;:.
concerned individual exhibits. Owing to the the of ma binery., : ',111 :, ,
9 1 rreu'the' most > markable' message that hq d address congress ,purchase .. f ,.
1 ti what be done them. fact that the war is still on t
-of recent history in the United States. on must to meet '
'('II, He called on congress to unite in ass He also suggested a commission 'of and the Sao Fran and San Deign : SEARS TOOK SEAT IN ready for a busy session. Whole corn ls" si'goeddeed! for' net*",. "
r eembling, all the resources of the na inquiry to ascertain whether our laws expositions are closed,it is confidently Senator Fletcher was a distinguished hensi, Water ,grit i and ,dust ...
I' tion into' one mighty weapon of de- a* at present framed are as serviceable expected that attendance at the II attendant upon the opening exercises bats should also De, pz'oridedj' "..;:w1 t.b, ,
Jf tense He not only called,for the anticipated as they should be in the solutionof fair will past'the 100,000 mark. CONGRESS MONDAYCongressman of the house and among those ,--0.'t' neiitVrc. ,\\0 tl ,
': f'L increase in the army_pindy the transportation. problem. Such who complimented Mr. Sears when I It pay to; use' the china' '
navy, but demanded the mobilization' an inquiry, in his Opinion, is absolutely I the latter took the oath of office as' Biddy is more apt to Jay'"an '&'Jr-where. .,
w of the entire industrial resources oft necessary.In ONLY $3,000 IN BILL I W J. Sears, of Kis- a member. 'she finds ,one,afready.i1! "v c}) I" *

v the country. The President also de- conclusion the President said: slmmee. formally took the oath of office -- - ',-r'C'C". : . .. . ,,;:.' . .;, .
nounced in words of vitriolic force the "For what we are seeking 'now, KISSIMMEE RIVERThe and his seat in Congress, when " try'r.'Y'.
'';jc.tf citizen of this country who had taken what in my mind'is the single thought FOR the national law making body openedfor ee000P' '>, Ii :
part in' the attempts to violate Ita !.of this message, is national efficiency I business' on Monday. The Congressional ....
f neutrality and he asked for laws to and We of the Flor- :
security. serve a great na- correspondent \ ,
Rivers and Harbors estimates ;
punish them in*future. Never in the Lion. We should serve it in the spiritof ida Times-Uflion sent the following Excursion Rates
4, k memory of the'oldest employe ha* a its peculiar genius. It is the geniusof Furnished by the war department to dispatch in regard to the occassion: ,
at its session which
\ In congress 'opened f "
president been so closely guarded. for
,addition to a large bodyguard plainclothes the industry common justice men, liberty self-government and peace., this for week only, 3,000 contained on an the appropriation KSsslmmee ville's Congressman representative W.J. Sears in ,Congress Jackson ACCOUNT OF t<' .ff' : }t ,

men swarmed through We should see to it that it lacks noInstrument stated took his seat as member today. .
river. It was however by
corridors. no- facility or vigor of Congressman while he en he was sworn in were Holldays.: : i' h
Sparkman
y Mrs. Berling. Margaret, Wilson and law to make it sufficient-to/ play its ,. Mrs. Sear who had a seat in themember's Christmas. t
was here some weeks for Ute ,
Mrs. McAdoo occupied the presidential part with safety and assured ago trip ,.' ,: ''II "
energy gallery and Mr. Sears' 'Ii 1.1. i ..
through the Kissimmee river that it '
box and were the centers of at- ruccess. In this we, are not partisans who with fatheron VIA -- {,j, 1"" ", ,4 ;
would not be possible to take up any young son, was his -" '" f( \ ,' I. f; "lr,
traction. but heralds and prophets; of a new the floor of the house. : : .
new projects just but that he
'' the The entire message centered President about a"" __ I would later see to it now that the Kissim- Asked whether he had anything ATLANTIC COAST; LINE ):,: : : ,
preparedness program.
mee river was favored. The appropriations special to say to the people of Jack- "'
Wilson appealed for men and ships. as suggested for Florida sonville and his district, Mr. Sears '' Soath "'k i'' '
FLORIDA Standard :Railroad of th6
He defended the policies that have DELEGATIONIS : ? ,, :ti
projects were as follows: replied that he would rather work : 1'; :
fs been pursued 'in maintaining the neutrality F'lorida--Channelll between St. than talk .from now on and that, hav- ''
; r of the United States since the BUSY IN CONGRESS Johns river and Cumberland sound ing become 'accustomed to his sur- : Tickets sold December 17-18-23; =24 ntfd'25, '\ ; ry.a .
l outbreak of the war. So far as his $1,000; Apalachicola bay $20,000; roundings and having received his *- '* '
a appeal for preparedness was concerned : : limited; to reach original storting pointymidnight 1f
;, Hillsborough bay $390,000; Pensaco- committee appointments, he was !
it was a flat atd complete endorsement '
of the plans that already have According to a dispatRi from : of January lOth :4
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rwV i been made public by Secretaries Garrison Washington Florida delegation in ..o. .oooooooooo. i j' ,
and Daniels on behalf of the Congress is getting busy early in the '' "
: army and the navy. Their plans are session. The message says: : For rates or other information call on' 'a any>) : \. ,; I

:,ra the presidents plans and he called Representative Frank Clark today DR. S. S. JONESDAVENPORT. A. C. L. Ticket Agent or 11.' ,4 :
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upon congress for methods making introduced a bill Appropriating $25,- ; .d *
000 in Florida IOWA CJHADUATB ir, 1 e j
them effective. to erect a monument to :
"''v. But in connection with the general Osceola, the Indian chief. Also a bill CHIROPRACTORKIROI J. CL KIRKLAND, ,'/ ,' '\ I., , '{
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1 International situation, the presidenttook to equalize transportation rates on '. i e
occasion to denounce in the most vegetables citrus fruita and other (KI-U RAO-TOR) Division Passenger Agent. , .!; ,
1 bitter language the Americans who fruits transported from one state to '
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ROOM NO 7 NEW KIVRKR HUI1.DINO TampaTWENTY .
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fi t' have been concerned in plots to another state.Representative. : 0\ '
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violate the neutrality of the nation. Sparkman introduced SPECIALIST ON NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASESWill .. ..'':/" 1'
{ if "They preach and practice disloyalty bills for public buildings at Tarpon be in Kissimmee Office from 9 to 12:30: Tuesdays Thursdaysand : oo.ooo.o.ooooooooooooo.o..ooo..o. ... .. ;

declared the President. Springs, Plant City, Ft. Myers Ft. Saturdays.The .
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"No laws I suppose" he continued Meade, Brooksville, Bradentown and only method to relieve disease is to retnove the causethisthe .... "
"ca reach corruptions of the find Arcadia. Also bill to establish free Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves. .' .. ", '" I
., and heart; but I should not speak off' experiment station at St. Petersburg, Consultation and examination free.
others without also speaking of these and making an appropriation to eradI-
and expressing the even deeper cate citrus canker. OOo OOOOOOOooooooeo ooeooooo.OOOOOo OOOOOO'OOOOOOOO }L

f;} humiliation and scorn which every The entire Florida Congressional DOLLARSGIVEN
self-possessed and thoroughly patriotic detention will call on Secretary of ; '
American must feel when he thinksof Agriculture Houston next week to solicit -

them and of the discredit" they are his aid in securing an appropriation N AT U R E S S Ol L B UILDE R :
daily bringing upon us. to combat the citrus canker. The tf.
1 AWAIFOR !,
The President called upon congressto delegation met yesterday afternoon \ . .' f'. ,.,
enact laws which would give the but reached no conclusion beyond this. Blowers Ground Limestone makes acid soils .. ,, A' fr..\!' .,
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J Department of Justice Jurisdiction Ii \
sweet. It releases .
potash salts and imparts sr
E over all persons who conspire against .
the neutrality of the nation. SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR strength and vigor to growing crops and trees. .---'z
/e i2 "Such creatures of passion disloyalty Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine t THE NEXT FEW WEEKS, THgI: ( 11 ..

and anarchy must be crushed readily mixes with thesoil. Contains no impurities ...
out" he said. "They are not many, TO APPEAL TO WOMEN ",/ '
; ---can be applied at any time--is ;
but, they are infinitely malignant, and s
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the hand of our power should close t inexpensive. Write for literature and prices. '" 1' ;

over them at once. Tampa.-Principal among the ex- Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. CENTRAL BUSINESS! it.it.J.J. $
As was expected, the President put hibits to be seen at the South Florida k t I
L Fair the dates of which Bo K 308, Ocala. FloridaEi1i13I:4 .,, ,
M the matter of raising the funds needed are February ,r ; t. '
i for the preparedness program 4 to 12, are those of the woman's de- '. : i ;
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squarely utf to congress.. He dealt COLLEGE OEFLORIDA. 1"i: i'' ..
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with it in the abstract suggesting the --1 .::" : i'l
proposed increase in the income tax .. " "
a one per cent tax on gasoline! andt : '.J : ,;).t i.
BVEft
t naphtha, a tax M>n automobile horsepower :; t: ; = : ,' '"'''' ;. "
a stamp' tax on bank cheques, ; : /E n' __, _ .''''' '' , ;.,' .... :-.;,'':.' ,..,.:
,, and taxes on pig iron, fabricated iron. '. i.IW r--1if'{'Iy." .-1"

4w- and steel.The President. however, took occasion 4 I f: sif' :: : a

to declare that there was no lES KISSIMMEE:[, i.ORII ;i:QrrERS ,. '

"immediate) or particular danger" The New Buckeye Nurseries Catalog ., _C..
growing out of the relations of the ;:> < I i"f'$9' '''-''' ;.
r United States with other nations.
c; So far as the purely domestic problems AII .;... ;'
,i are concerned l. the President ex- Will Interest and Help Every Grower \ :

plained that he believed he could I IiS $ 0'OMBINED' "i"\71'O' .
leave them to the discretion of congress. ; = .
The industries of the country Buckeye Trees have'gained a reputation for healthfulness SCHOLARSHIP 4 '; t tfI

he said must be available and ready vigor and productiveness wherever oranges and c, ,: ;
for mobilization. Intelligent federal .
grapefruit \ \ i>
,' aid, he said must be given to stimu- are grown. : <"". \ :,{

late industrial and vocational educa- Naturally, as the best citrus trees to be had, those '" ./ l'
tion. A rural credit plan and a shippurclise Payable $10 Month
from Nurseries best classof per
the
act: have been promised the Buckeye are bought by ::1

people, he said, and the promise people throughout the citrus belt. for Cash
, 10 Per Cent Discount; '
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I S We feel that the merits of our trees and our respect for _

those who them alike demand that the ui'" + "
buy we present f.
GEORGIA!: MAN IS .;w
story of Buckeye Nurseries in a dignified attractiveand r ,r !v:::7 ,

,, RESCUED: IN TIME!: Y characteristic form. ,'. ., .

So we make our catalog just as good as it can be made. C A. CARSON. President. ,rt'C\BRYAN." \ Sege

Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself The best in the photographers', engravers' and printers'art '.

Jh Restored clans After Failed.HU Physi- is employed to give it the same excellence that The Waters & 'C'ar:' :

T. A. Lewis who lives out on Route Buckeye trees have. *. o. ( .
8 Ga.. the victim of ", 4
Woodstock was I '
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I' stomach trouble for a long time. He Buckeye Trees are true to name, backed by a guaranty -r\/\ ( ." "\1

tried the treatment of many doctors.He from men of ample financial responsibility. The Buckeye <
tried all sorts of remedies.His Grocery Compuny "
sufferings were a serious handi- catalog shows oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, limes, etc., : $

cap to his work. Y in pictures true to nature in form and in many cases in color. >svMi>, .
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Then he tried Wonderful e ,t \
Remedy. Just a* it Mayr's always does, the Buckeye service has helped buyers of Buckeye trees to Wholesale and Retail Dealer'it' -h. 'r,'.,. \

first dose proved to him what could succeed by telling them just how to plant,fertilize,spray, :' : r : .r
be done for his ailment. Ha,took the
market etc. The cat alog follows the 1 lines ; '
full treatment; then wrote: Buckeye same > GROCERIES.

"I have taken your wonderful rem- giving cultural directions in as spoific form as possible. i
edy and am feeling better than i j have
Celt in four ;year. e o e Buckeye standards have come to be regarded as those ..

"Your remedy does just what yea by which all others in the field of citrus stock productionare .+. :J-..}. :., Y, L{.
claim it will do. ..f-:;: '4S.; .'i." ...
y "I tried several doctors, but they 00w judged. The Buckeye catalog, as well as the Buck- oe . t.1'.oo..e .+.. . .'. 1', .,. +Orr
t+ did me no good. I am glad that 1 quality of tree has been copied and imitated by .. '. M34 '1.4. ; 1;
i' have found your wonderful remedy. eye; WE SELL ",WBBUTI''; ..;.
I have >ecommended it to some of our competitors but never duplicated.The 0 'l"I"i, : '.
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my Mayr neighbor a Wonderful* who need Remedy it. give new and most helpful of all the catalogs of Buckeye .: mDEfj,e 4lW'" .,t/iI/ '

permanent results for .stomach liver Nurseries will be sent free on application to any person GRAIN O . .;1v ," > ,i

and intestinal ailment Eat as much" who contemplates the planting of citrus trees now or at + .O _'.1'.,,.-....' ...:.'.i...., .......,.,
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and whatever you like. No more die- jJ4. 'f '
tress after eating, pressure of gas in 1 any future time. The edition is limited so applicationfor I. t''. :tV09Lf ?:.r,4 sea

the stomach and around the heart the book should t>e mailed us promptly. Address SHINGLES ,? .... ';
Get one bottle of your druggist now 0 O .*. e> .wA 'A2PDfaax, ;; ...r4I... ''M'4
and try it on an absolute guarantee ORANGE BOXES O + .." ...t ,.. .
, if not satisfactory money; will b* re- Buckeye Nurseries + .' ' ..U.I'f.1SP" 't
turned. _' ORANGE WRAPS .., ' '. 't'" ay 1, f'Jv""tr:nr.' 4 I-t '

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L:' 'l', '. 7' :." " ARRIVAL OF A PART OF OUR BIG CHRISTMAS STOCK I'...

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II' _i I ; t ; HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR CHRISTMAS PRICES : 1.i; ,;


; !AMERICAN MADE CHARACTER DOLLS Baby Grand, smooth case, made of tea- BIG VALUES IN STUFFED ANIMALS "Little Billy"1" Dell and wagon; latest new ,

.V American;; Kid and Cntie, height lOVi oned wood, rosewood finish. Top has patent Elephants, dog, cows, cats, rabbit and automatic toy _, _----------------- SOc

fache-s, assorted, boys and girls ______ 25c hinge. Each opens front and back. duck, covered with flannel felt, axorted Toy tram from lOc to .:. $2.50.
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Same DolL 13 Inches in height _--- SOc colon knit features labs ribbon ;fBoy's
Turned leaeatly decorated, 12 key., $1.25 glass eye, ,
l .19 inch DolL new model unbreakable Boy and Girls Cowboy Suib ____ $1.00
'Oiaracter It head, jointed position limbs, COlt AIR RIFLES FOR BOYS collar with bets attached, in 3 *ize*-lOc,

; t memo Had of gingham in assorted colon, Stopper guns _i________________ 15c 25c, SOc. Indian Suits $1.00

.. belt and collar to match _------- 75c Doll Trunks, asserted ass and styles! ,
Special' Character DoD position limbs, from 25e to _,-- $1.25 i"" t ''
d face calico wrappet, lace trimmed
Wonder Records
Little 1
Phonograph
r'' to,match, only ________________ 15c TOILET AND MANICURE SETS 1 '
;/ ; in Ebony and< k F. ,"CHARLIE CHAPLIN" DOLL EQUAL IN TONE TO LARGE SIZE RECORDS. TITLES ARE and save ....ey. We have them from SOc : .,
of Y.Charlie from head to foot. Typical WELL SELECTED. MANY LATE SONGS AND INSTRUMENTAL to $5.00. A t
.head and. features. Charlie Chap-
HITS AND DANCE MUSIC.
A
e;;consuts of familiar coat and HOLIDAY GIFT BOXES

.,pants. -;..collar.:. and tie __________ 90c On1y: is: :>> Cents: EaQh:: Strong cardboard covered with fine quality )
'' r ENHUTS CELEBRATED PIANOS paper with holy design in brilliant red ,- d
and green colors. Just the thing to hold your ( ,
instruments
musical producing ccandfrus -
musical tone. Case made Daisy air rifllet, tingle .hot, nickel plated CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS gifts and make them look attractive; avertti
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-properly seasoned and proportion- barrel; 30 inches long _____n_____ $1.00 CHRISTMAS SEALS ed siiet, 5c, lOc and ISc. t

ow Bttfnlly' finished in mahogany or 500 Shot Automatic Repeater with lever TAGS AND CARDSto STATUARY in exact reproductions of expensive x ;w

; z enameL Fronts lithographed in musi- action; 33 inches long _____n_____ $1.25 broaze and Italian Marble subjects. '
r 4 t ydesiga'rich in colors.S.keys : label your packages. Price range from SOc'to 250. If
L ...25c Combination Slate and counting frames, ,
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FANCY HOLIDAY BOX '
'.8. keys _________SOc useful gift for little beginners, size 6V2x&12 STATIONERY VASES in fancy flower design, assorted ;
')?,' ry 12 k.,.;:..------I.25 5c; size 73,419t,4, 10G from 25c to __--_--__--_______--__ SOc sizes jsnd shapes from 8c to 7Sc. 1.t 1J5

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+ ch W".oolen MIIIS Clothes
b ..' ing a fit to your utmost satisfactson. COAT \AND PANTS, guorontee$1 I O. 00 yr


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$ __ : DOLLAR LIMIT STORE I I 6, W. PERSONS CO., Props r r\fJ;


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a 'r 1R FOR SALE-Two-year-old: sour orange -- -- ""
trees, $12.00 per hundred. Twoearold A5.
fi- seeded lemon trees, five for ,
.,; : :- .r 1. T. L. Harney, Orange Center. } ttft. I

FOR SALE-A: good milk cow and 12

I 1\;1. \1i_., _)_._-_ _ _ _ & ___ ,.yy--yyy-____ ...yy--.yy.y........ &____ -... -& & -_.._....... fine Dairy.Jersey A. M. Story heifers., prop.Kissimmee 51-1-pd

a-yIr' .. OR-rent, pply to M. FOR SALE-Large and small residences FOR SALE-Cash preferred. One
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well located. Also vacant block of five lots in south part of -
F town. 250 foot front, 208 foot ;
lots and farm tracts improved.
'fir :' ree'lnrnbhed rooms, depth: Rich muck soil adapted to
; Cash or terms. P. O. Box 845. 49-4 banana or truck growing. Eighteen
} 118 Main St. 49tf
1 inch fall to city ditch. Make your

rat -blooded eruy cow: FOR BALE OR TRADE! (or borne and home pay for itself. It is ;
December 10th. C. wagon, one 1 er. Batek In good Two lots Lake Shore Addition; beau-
JFptl $. rlnlpNl Fla.bOtf condition, good tires; mast sell or tiful situation facing Lake Toho- \
x' ef. trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O. pekaliga. Ideal spot for a winter
+" TRADEAntomoblleb Box SSI, Klssimmee. 7U home. A few minutes walk from
.1 i .ion. Can be seen at \1 country club house Telephone and
tier: Garage. 47tf electric light wires run by the lots.
y I FOR RENT-Six room modern cot. Golf course on the spot. A bargain. be a
+ BARGAIN. 3200 acres tage, close in; $12 per month. E. Apply Valley Gazette office.
E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur round.
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t+ land at $8.12 per seen RENT-Five-room
FOR SALE OR
ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn)
!s Klsslmmee. Fla. 47tf bungalow completely furnished;
large lot in good neighborhood.W. .- The : '
PLANTS Send$2.60 FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway." J. Nelson. 61-ltpd

l' rk go plants at $1. 0. 29 ft. o. Li.; converted cabin cat; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX every
DKRU: IJNDKH SBCTION ST4 AND
and trees
k cherry completeily equipped for cruising. STB OBNBHAE: STATUTHH OF
P each John Light.'slse THE STATE OF FLORIDA. body
Will sell
at reasonable
y very price. Nolle Is hereby riven that D. B. f'V'
I tt ra...... See or write W. W. Saunders 518 JENKINS 'purchaser of Tax Certlfl.cat .
No. lisa, dated 7th day of Jmlr. I
they
I D--For' Colt per- ',Mabbette St., Klssimmee. tf A. D. UII, has sled said Ortineate (in :
A, ''I4.1nt.Utgent, my offlee- and has mad application for
a n Tax Deed to Issue In accordance withlaw. And
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'I excellent eon- Bald Certificate embrace thefoUowln
FOR SALE-A ten-acre tract lying and being In
r ,refunded It no colt square Omeela Count : loda. -wU*: .
of the finest quality citrus land, ,10 "yds: N"of 8K Cor. 01 f 8WU' of B'J: within :
fenced; one and one-half miles from ,of Rana Betlon* I* Ealt. unwNh 70p ;rde"IS South W id:
c mip railroad station. For further par besalnnlnIeryda, R TS yds. to point of $15 $25

I.thr; d.Ughtin l Uculars, Inquire of H. W. Stearns, Th. ssJd land-b.ing ae.*...4 In the M I
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name of Sclplo L m.ne at th. date of
1r"n $100 $
.i'atr r st; Loughman, Florida. 4"-tf the issuance-of aald e.rtlflea ,
aott .
} rjnlcM said ertlneat. .h.l1.be tardeemed
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M 0, aocordingto law, will l'1l' H
lade thron on th. ISth day: of Jabnwltnes. Come
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:ufi II.uNva 'andr FOR SALE-VIctor phonograph with sir A. Q. 111. anil..aI.. KI..1. / 1music
rddlars, forty-five disc records; all good as ......a. Florida my hand thUlJUh day of D*.-
r : new. Price'<$26 Would make a amber, A..1).1 WCriZnii
? good'Christmas present Caa be ...." ,: .
W ark Clr t--lt Coert.
.....at the) Dollar, Limit ,Store, 'U' \. &',/ ., 'j/' ;0._.la, Count.;: Florida.
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FOR. SALEh c preferred.'.' Three .' .. .'
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Iota located ...residence portion fSt ": I It. "
yx ,.Anode'Flax'.North of.railroad, J't Tbe'Boajr4 4 tCoa-nty'| .,. "... .. .." ; }
within easy distance\ f 'business o(.Oae..I&.0eeaI,, wtU r-te.lv., i bldj
part'of town % Shade afforded'by' _on ttttffiit&f&ufc3Kr .
'pin'timber.-* foot front by..160I .. ,.,tbe 'CI.rlll..r. the Tfe. 'I"* : : .
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