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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 17, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00729
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
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: ; : CANTATA 3 flDAYNG9t. fanning: Club .. '

; CHRISTMAS : [ ; ,, Prize Winner .

:URGED FOR, ', .' ' n tp."SOlVE' L ; IN.QouI] AU E: '
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: fAXES'l : will., .give the ."'Christmas'cantata"The Barber, Maud Thomason.'.t': :" ;. llPRQBLEM > !
: Light ,Eternal"-in. lieu of the : Alto-.Maud Alice( Wal1'tJ"Alberi&; ;r P t GROWERSSUCCESS G
regular evening service at .the'church H p801t '.Peggy Bolfbltt 1 ,. ."". .Paid : ) .Jf( t.
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-< j.i. *:' > Sunday night,1 noginniag at 7 o'clock. Weaver In., ; Mf .' ..' r.
The 'cantata will be rendered) under ",Tenor-:-Jas., H.' ,3 :IWPrentls H"' I + \ '
STATE,ASSOCIATION OF ASSESSORS the direction'of P. K. 'Weaver director ,!!' .Harper Casler CbaUIIC87Hawthorn. IS 'ASKED' BT I MAYOR' BOWDEN, Or H.' C.". AVANT; AN |" Y

and the choir will be assisted by ... ".I..?>' "OF-JACKSONVILLE TO ATTEND OTHERS.LAST ,SPRING ,LIAM
TRYING TO'ACREE ON FIFTT R. DeWitt Brown.; violinist.! ;* ;y Bass John 'L. .Overstreet; ,Tony t'' ; ,TO MOVEMENT.' FOR ,LAR6ML" '
: "PER.'' CENT VALUATION IN The cantata- text U' by Rene Bon* Regero.. '.r CONFERENCE;, OF CITY' '' CHIEFS BE" o..
"' nor land the music by H. W. Petrie. Pianist Louise Thomason.. .
'ORDER" TO MAKE EVERY, COUN. The choir U composed of .the following Paul Weaver- director. f 'A. CALLED FOR JANUARY 18, 19 ,YE4L:INAND NEAR. .,.... j '

TTS ,ASSESSMENT ROLLS persons, .* .. The program follows > js AND' 20 IN STATE METROPOLIS. 'SIMMaE.,, .i ,
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... 'BE HELD IN JANUARY. GOOD ATTENDANCE DESIRED.The POOR FAMILIES. Mayor H. R. May, of Kisslmmee; ;i "., the oectlon" iarronndiAg'Kfa'' :, .

h..'been invited to attend a confer nm.. may! be'' made into a potato1'growing '
jr. 'As a result of the recent meeting Klsslmmee Produce Growers The local Moose* Lodge is preparingto ence of mayors of Florida and neighboring section, which, would rival
of the State Tax Assessors Association will hold a regular.meeting. in the city bring Christmas cheer to the states in Jacksonville on Jan. W5 N: that of'Jlo.tln..U the growers win
);+' in Jacksonville an effort( is being council hall tomorrow morning at 9:3: homes of needy families in Kissim- Uary 18, 19 and 20 to consider the turn,thelrattention" to this:crop, 1stthj .:
.II .get all of the tax assessors o'clock. mee and vicinity.A problem of traveling paupers who go ..statement of Harvey C.:. Avant..,
of the state and Ithe boards of county Christmas tree loaded with gifts From one state to another and are an who has l'1'OWJ"pota. in both!___>
commissioners to agree upon a fifty This is the reorganized truck growers and candies for the children of poor especial. problem to Florida during tionsv' :. .. a 4 ,
' ea'r'?'' "'" per cent valuation 'as a basis for tax- association which and has with recently it families will be erected in the Moose the winter month. Mayor May will Mr. .A' t'i'.r rd" cNp'x f
t.:' .'r,ation. I adopted new name of a Home formerly the Lesley residence likely attend.The potatoes.on ,, : *."of'grow** ,
it.- % "W. I. Barber, tax assessor of Osce- co-operative to the plan markets.shipping. vegetables on Broadway Christmas, eve and the letter of invitation sent by : last"'spring"'and ,the suceesu I be ha*. a
" . ola'county attended the meeting and mothers of children, who will not otherwise Mayor J.. E.T. Bowden of Jacksonville with the'crop has encouraged many-
has received a copy of the circular President Fancier and Secretary be provided with gifts are and setting out the purposes of other growera to enter. tha ,bnsineee
' letter and agreement being sent' to >FYipp urge the members to attend as urged to bring them to the home on the'meeting, is as fololws: of growing' potatoes for,the spring
q I all tax"assessors of the state. It is there will be many topics of Impor- that evening. Old Santa Claus will : My , J market.,., It l.- kely, that the aer......
attention has been called
tance to be diccussed.: Among the ; so season.In.. ,.. .
likely that the matte' will be brought be present and see that every little will be 'ilargert.4hia' ..
vividly to the evil practice of differ '
1 important things will be the report of ANsLi3a"I then.'is movement on;nowa*
before the next meeting of the county one is remembered. ''communities' in MISS FERN F : a
i\ commissioners be held the first Vice-President Alexander, who is the Those who know of needy families, begging from sending traveling Above is shown a photograph of the growers to plant this crop:Mtlthero .1 ;
Monday. in January. market man of the organization. Mr. who are not likely to have the necessary another and paupers that about one nine times little Miss Fern Fansler daughter of wil be created here;a'a'
Alexander will report the shipments ,thatjat Hastir ,' .,
is The letter sent out by L. G.; Hitchcock upon Christmas dinner, are asked to ou of ten these become Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Fansler who live similar -to ;
received. paupers a
made and the returns
I tax assessor of Duval county, confer with Secretary A. J. MacDon- burden the to which lust south of the city on the" most of the crop is sold on t _
community "
market upon
He will also give a report on
the to,,' from\tf
the road. She winner- of the buyers
who is secretary of the state association ough before Christmas day as they have been sent particularly during was
) together with the agreement, conditions.The I Moose Lodge is also preparing to send 'the winter season, the South asa first price in the Osceola County, Can-. Jie'oountry t'i ,. _
which must be returned to him by organization will also likely baskets filled with Christmas dinnersto role is flooded with this class of ning Clubcontest. .Shel1:1. been in Mr/Avant was DOth only'growetv
i consider 'plan. to buy crate material families of tho Tallahassee for the last; twoTfreeks who' raised pots'.toes last spring. 'anelj
r' I January. 16 1916, read as fololwst" : the deserving poor people, and I feel that the authori- '' .
0 and fertilizer on the co-operative city. taking: a short course in -the. State the others had .good'' success
ties, should
}j Jacksonville Fla., Dec. 10, 14.1S.Hon. Msia/ln' order to take advantage of put a stop to this practice. College for Women, which ,was the They. like 'Mn Aunt, will plant .
There is
: .. ' Tax A sees;' and lion. Board'County This matter brought hardly a day Board.. the
bUlk prices. was prize given by the County Of a .large'acreage.for' next apr< ,
: Commissioners: before the last meeting of the organization F. F. COLLIER KILLS passes what some that on I comes to Public Instruction as a 'rewnyd'J'orthe > crop., Mr.'Avant prcpcuing TJL.' '
x. a !L Gentlemen-At a meeting of the and aVtlon was postponed until myoffice asking give them excellence of her work, >-<" plAllt'between' 20 and 80 acres of potatoes ,.
.' : .u Florida Association of Tax Assessoni the matter could be given further con- transportation, usually sooth'of this YST. and he bdi,)yes that*a large*
i jr : land County Commissioners held in'Jacksonville sideration.: city In the fall, and in the spring the number tef others- should UKlSeMr. :
I C' the travel is northward. Now; f am ..k- ... '
\\I' December 9, 1915, enclosed fnjr'if yovwiU-eo-oparat with me in ClOUD- GRDWING' ,movya, naps .. :::: '" , -:".'

resolution. was unanimously. 28 GARS OF FRUIT trying to put a stop,, as far as possible .'A Vint" sold h''i:crop lost.'spriMat :
t, The 50 per cent basis has beea in WELL-KNOWN TURPENTINEMAN to the practice of sending. from :SAY P.ROMINENIM: N good prices and before the croprandy' .-
March hea
the other these (
one city to
last two .
operation for the years ,
I WEEK In know that you* have come) in con- 'I' Valley Gazette representetv!
ti the agreement to that effect has gen- SHIPPED THIS SAWMILL HAND AND COR- t to;,sbow'him'the'growing' .
+ tact with this evil and understand it ; '
1 ,, c, "orally been carried out with very few ONER'S JURY AFTER HEARING thoroughly and you mutt" be in OFFICERS bP:"SEMINOLE :,LAND that time the Valley Gate
In order that there sympathy
r 'exceptions. maybe EVIDENCE EXONERATES H. with this suggestion. & INVESTMENTCOMPANY the following'' article about L

/" boardsig: 19e following RECORD PACKING BUSINESS HOUSES REPORTEDBY WHICH OF ALL BLAME. It is my purpose to' call a convention HERE FOR DAY'S VISIT TALK "That'of potatoes,' can be grol

t agreement and thereby aid.: in J pre- ..of the mayors of the towne and ENTHUSIASTICALLY ,ABOUT vicinity Kissiiawee-Just i
:Iventing an order from the Tax Commission WILL CLOSE NOW UNTIL' AFTER who'is Ins''charge cities of,'this state, Georgia North ; ". ablyfwott moe tfrofltablv,
i ?Frank E. Collier ;THE!: 'Y NDER CITY, cti
ussstte for THE and< South Carolina Alabama Mississippi
u for 100' per cent of .the Bruna Turpentine: still near :
: belief tit/ CTlMbt who
will the caS? STILL' and Louisiana to meet in ,.this -
1916 'which' be unless GOO PRICES PREVAIL, Sfai-coossee,, shot and killed Richard / \ 'potatoMbi' fc'SsWr
' ,all counties agree to 'adhere BUT WILL BE BETTER'.LATER.. Plummer a sawmill hand' at city one Tuesday;. Wednesday; and !'That St Cloud U/growing, rarfdl"and ; < ection
to the 50 per cent.baeis in assessingall 4I' negro sawmill early Monday Thursday, January 18th- 19th and that there are many new visitors lie in.. nMM>).'' Ofl.J acedKlasimmes'aeedoi :;
the i
s : classes of 'property? . Twenty-eight t .. ', ", . 6, with a.view, of conferring this winter, the hotels and boardinc in even
The Tax Commission has refused to ,' "'carloads ,of citrus who is .well-known' In Kusynmee and ingupon".ome'method by houses all being well filled.' was.the to'' ,that'around Hastings. ;:.'
; 'take the. initiative, in this' matter fruit, were shipped from Kisslmmee Collier which this"evil can be eliminated' or statement of Col. D- L.'Rice;'general that he.reallybelieves ,wha
,,1.hq'taking. -the position that unless., during the past week. This is the : was given a hearing the death by of a at least minimized.: If you can not manager of the Seminoue', Land & he 'has returned from
on' record this and is coroner s jury following will send Investment "..nd.J,' P.: I where be bas'a,40acretvo
all agree the 60 per cent basis shipment season the negro-who lived for several hours attend personally, you some company, '
that they will instruct all assessors to occasioned by the holiday' demandsfor after the shooting. The story as 1 it me to represent your city? Please Welcker another prominent officialof his time to a potato'ci
comply with the law and assess at frui Fairly good prices prevail Kiasiminee states that Collier advise me, and consider this as an Invitation that company who were visitorsIn I ;.fHe. ,' has_one;'tract of,,.
to -
'' and enforce that In the markets but better comes .. .'' .acres, north ,,of ,the
% full cash value. or- even prices and the had an argument and an earnest request that Kissimmee on Monday. f city t
are after the negro you attend this convention because 1 time towards Orlando and two
eXfected. and Collier out a and They are spending'some at.St.
ti der.With this in mind and believing I Many growers who are mem- struck at the black.pulled The gun was accidently believe it will not only be a benefit 1,Cloud, havtrig arrived there with-Mrs. nearer the 'center-of.the
+ that an early agreement will prevent bers of the Kissimmee Citrus Growers discharged and the gun bullet entered to the South but ,to the entire country. Rice and Mrs. Welcker last week. Mr. in1' all ;about16'" >,acres.
r any such action by. hte Tax Commis- ,Association! affiliated with the Flor- the negro's head, inflicting a I know of no greater evil than thlll! and Mrs. Welcker will return' to these potato tract provesclaim. :
sion we earnestly appeal to each and I ida Citrus Exchange are holding mortal wound. and I every one of you t ; Sheriff Ingram was Nar by encouraging pauperism, offices of the company which promoted y.
your earnest consideration and advise season in order to lake advantagethen coossee and assisted in placing the which is being done.; and the disposition the, "Wonder City" are located over his, tract, north ofr t
accordingly. of the better*" market which is evidence in the case before the cor one the part of those in authority within a few days, while*Mr. and'Mrs, day' thi.?.week.'.and, ho' Agrowingj'otatoe. ,
Respectfully. expected. oner's jury, which by its verdict exonerated in encouraging these paupers' to Rice will remain until after the holi could be]
W. Q. BRYAN, Sixteen;, carloads were shipped this Mr. Collier. tramp from one community to another days. .. "i where., .The plantsare in
; S. B..WILSON week by the Exchange packing house living on the bounties of that com- Mr. Rice said that St. Cloud, was Uon,'' showing, a beau
4 1. G. HITCHCOLK. Sec., while twelve cars were shipped by munity. I ask that you consider well (growing faster than the fondest hopes color'' and tbd tUb ra .
"' Committee. H. C. Lightsey, who is managing the BAPTIST S. S. WILL thia,letter and earnestly request that of the company and that most pf the begun to'tn'Ow'lat; a
We. the undersigned Tax Assessors 'Mach Brothers packing house which you notify me as to whether or Iot people who came there for a winter few hills uncovarsd.prove H. .
and County Commissioners of- was recently taken over by J. 'R. you will co-operate-I would further visit are so well impressed that they 'the quality' 'ofl : "
.' county do hereby agree to aid the Bronsoru CELEBRATE CHRISTMASThe ask that you cause this letter to be buy property aod either decide to showed,them '
tax assessor of this county to mainitarn Records by the Citrus Ex- printed in your local paper or the reside there permanently,or to come, could wish fort'If'the''; e
.!.a a 60 per cent assessment for 1916 changeshow that in"the state the following substance! thereof, in order to' notify back each winter regularly. the present' be.wi ".?
r on' all classes' of property and will not shipments have been made: Sunday school of the Baptis ,towns and cities that I may have duce fiftyor'mor'barrels to v_:
"," make any reduction as a board of overlooked in out this invitation < Mr.V Avant 'declares, that ,be
sending -
shipped dunng twenty-
Grapefruit ,church will give a Christmas serviceon
; 'equalization the unless in we question are convinced is as- four hours ending December 24th 13 the evening of December 24th beginning and it is desired that such] CHAS. W BARRETT* J i t less fertilizer'' to the.acre than he]
'k that propety cars. at 7 The program will cities will also co-operate and consider at ,HasUngs. and.tnat; his

'. 4 aesed .at over____-60.____per____centTax___________ 1 Grapefruit shipped during week be as follows:p. m. that they; have been invited, .s DIED HEREMONDAYCharles while now,look'in '' better than" 'any '' 'f
.1 Assessor. ending same date,.59 cars. Song by the congregation "Hark; well, because it is my intention and that section.. w\ .
;, Grapefruit shipped during. season the Herald Angels Sing. '. earnest desire to have the cooperaiqn "The potatoesare of what (a

; :::::::::::::::::::::::; up Oranges to same shipped date 1480 during cars.. twenty-* Lupfer."TheLegend of Cathay," Mrs. Earl j >fronj reacVed of all and communities that have been that suffering can be. W. Barrett died at his rlety.monty;allel,1 known should as'.'t the-Koee be'readY":,'Foil fOi[

this keting'Jrlthin'ltnemorsmonth.
evil..Jacksonville i
four hours ending same date, 160 Song, "Silent Night, Holy Night,' "| residence on the corner-of Verona and .;. .
J : 1 cars. quartet Miss Mary Carson .Mr.' and particularly} has suffered Clyde street Monday morning t.6; : J fl,
t *.T' County ; fs1"fETHOD'IST ; ; Oranges shipped during week end- Mrs. P. K. Weaver and Dr.. Hugh Gei-,, many many thousand dollars o'clock After a' lingering Illness F ',-- "Ther.'is, n* ldubtfrom'th.of ;
date, 708 cars. r adhr/year and I am told that other' Tho funeral services .woie field Mr.Avant'i ejcperimrat that
Oranges ship during season up Prayer by Rev. A. J. Holt. cities have passed ordinances returning Tuesday morning from the residence slmmee can beimade:
to same cars. Song by Sunday school class, "The these paupers at the expense .of beginning at.. 9 o'clock.. "The 'Ant pent In, the',po* to '\ CHURCH Total movement of citrus fruit for Shepherd Song." they city to the community from which services rere held by the' G. A.),R<- "p. maar..q.hrrto .will ta115
season to date7408 cars. have law Then fre *P .' .'
'' Scripture reading. Luke 2.8-14, by Ithey came. W* no requiring Camp. followed services led by
Th Citrus Exchange packing house the pastor. ': the return of these traveling pan- Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, pastor of the Mr. Avant, and-others who was
il ENDS GOOD YEAR has been working both day and night Song by Sunday school class, "11 pen but without such ordinance I atncausing Presbyterian! church.assisted by Rev, V fciftiallren"more *or
this week and Both packing houses Came Upon a Midnight Clear" _their return to the el'jr:( from A. M. Unisnolm: pastor of the Christian v is a flood pots
e". H will now close until after the holi Responsive reading-Mathew 2. 7 to which they came, unless they can satsfy church. After this- the Masons ing section' and tt of morel
,, ;The 'adjourned session of the days.. I 12 by classes I 5 adn 6. me' that they will be taken care took charge of the remains'and the should ,be' plantel'for, hezt spriCADL
.Fourth Quarterly'' .Conference was >. I Beginners and primary classes will of, and after a thorough Investigation burial was finished with tleirnsual> crop,
-held'at ,the Methodist,' church last present.'"White Gifts for the King.", a. to whether they will or not, by ceremonies. '--- ,
'Tuesday afternoon:: CHAUTAUQUA LEADERS Primary class song ."Luther'sCra. h6se Interested in them at the pjace Charles W. Barrett was born' in
..: The church closed'out e: good'year: die Hymn." 1 H ;f they wish to go. I make it a rule Berkshire county Massachusetts; ltTRUSTEE O3
,.all :.i fin/Jicial obligations were mot, Class No. 3 will present, "White not to' foster such upon the. May 6th. 1837..wn n he 'was two 1IN -
Vand; '.the" total money raised for the TO HOLD A MEETING Gifts for the King." haritably inclined other'commun- years of age his\ emigrated. DANK
i .'year was ever $9,000.00; all departmenk 'Song by- class No. 4, "There Camea ties. > 'i to, the state of.NnTVorkTr\ -,\...T BANKRU ;
":: of the, church showed P\Ogre.'I' Little Child." In calling this convention of mayors ri'On'December 4th. I860: he: was _
j>,'th. "additions to the:Sund 'The officers of.the Chantaunaa'As Class No. 4 wil present. "White r.'HI..that it-will boa good thing to I united: in marriage to Emily. C. dans '
poll was 126, 'more, than half'of. this'uwaberwore sociation recently, appointed will meet Gifts for the King. V- i form permanent' organization of the of the town of,LymeJefferson county'New. At. the
men,.fttty-of whom are tonight: at) 7:80 at the Presbyterian '- Song by" classes 8 and 6, rO",Little states mentioned above with the idea York." . ; ,*,, w>'D5SrtTe ly AI4r
r enrolled, 0.a t c class; [the.bpostor. church\to\ complete arrangements for Town of Bethlehem.T...1.!y .&' : of extending:: this. organization. --In .January' 1801''they migrated. to
.'" There't are more; than"1 onhundred .I' the. programof,our-February enter Classes Nos. 6,',,6,,7 and s wilt present -, her and thai:objects''of,thia.!convention Niles, MIch;,fend In: 187 'to Tower ,_, iM 4ses on W
men in-thee-school,the enroll-. tainment. . ". '" ;.L "White Gifts r the King.. ,- *:..,, not 'N.'confined to the'subject. City.; North Dakota. .* .. : arcs warred #
inent being. Us.: .* > '' .rfr'.: Others :vitally Interestedin W. enerprisewho I, Pledging of Rifts of servipet classes matter of/.this letter; but Uptake,up In 1910 they ' Kissimmee ' w
official board for another'y.arelected are jiof ,* Vats aad J.. E. Lure
i The 9 and 0.J. < : ny'other propositions that might be where'they have since resided.1 .. t-f...1
...follows .Sun .".school welcomed to this' share' .in. I'\ 'Song;. "Long.AgoVonChristmas," deemed ne essary' and to discuss maters .'The''funeral, 'wall) numeiously' tittendedand *o take
pt.'J.j..',Overstreet;; asrt;,supt, 1L the plane"Ofthe work.'Mr .. by four little,girls."' '.f- -, that will be of benefit, particular; the-floral'offerings'were. pnvMM awill 4
E...{; .; '' mittM of the ', '1, I 1. : Christmas story,by'Mlu! ''"::,".. Bry. Ir,to this portion of our coon. try,;and abundant,and.beautifuL. -. '' er ,
scboolTX -'D. G. < 'Mrs: W, H'Wflton .of, 'r$ cat. ..
Sunday ; W. Tucker, : the country generally. ,: : :: eaR be comp
*-V agner, U. Zimmerman) stewards Llteh1lelct..IU.&Dd: Dr.. aIadMn.W.L. Bong b .;s..I' j" "";.".. '" Air..li_ Trusting,that I-will"ree ive'at;Utter :: '' jJDC.: .'Carnthera, ofAp f.", ) M
M.',Lee P G.",,Wagner, oJ. .W r Tuck. Griffin, of.LamarMo... have rent Filled witii Echoes.: " :r1, of/acceptance:and,.assurances: 'ofyourr .spent"several daya here; Vi'
.. IiPhadt; :W. $ rrls; G.1W.I.rsons ed the Boyer cottage on t$ aumontayenu.4ir Sonrby,school>.'"Half,.;to;tie,iordWho co-operation-'along the'.Bne$1.sherewithi 8kt4Ir.KN.'t 1.1;R.".Fafinet. :
: ,'L."11.'zammermaniT' H.':f J:. ttM wU ter..Thexare much Ooniea1Mrs. -*' .;," suggested *eo that you Saturday for' Sumter miaiili,' y
Ie 'end -M. D. Alexander// P. K.avert leased-'with i'KleMinanee'i;and : expctco -/nn( 't"'r,' '. wdr consent to attend'Stfcer.In win ;visit;.reLttvee; ..... ,,

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4 ,....-.' 1, ._ THE .RtSSMMEE'YALLET! : '' GAZETTE FRIDAY;; DECEMBER'17.: .. .

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'above everything else U Uuit'n.*' part < JRTJ8ED: LETTERS ", Mrs,:Riseel' Sag." \ -s1.ltlted"bbreightysevent t ; : -: '/\: ,

,(:'' .. !of admiaistrative) the funds are*I expended. Tbe'DUlm.for EAST, COAST]BUILDSCONNECTING ( : [FORIO( b S: GREATEST. ,.Advertised 'list* for ths 'two :weeks ; 'birthdayrecently-by f } ;; *% "Vj I

bent( of the commission are' giving ending Dec, 27,,1915:- . .'. glving'60.00Q! ', toaitpldoprt::# { ,
the BRANCHLINE CHARITY NEEDS-HEU Brooks. ver s' their time and energy to movement ', ; 0.: '
without any charges whatever, I Davis, ).'WillieFenUesLc.orjtel. L, 'Possibly TOO 'd *t' now ?-?4::
1, : and no headquarters outlay will be Incurred :'" \ son. I'.-A.; Lee, Mrs. Estellej!; :,)ldeade, possibly the.information/is/ a little,bij]

'1.... !toriumIts ; The single disadvantage of WILL JOIN: MAIN LJNE AT CHILDREN'S 'HOME SOCIETY\ B. D.j;" Perry KeV'G.! ,P.J Scranton, late-but it is worth mentioning any.' h'' .f

''' this condition of affairs has been,the NEW CLOSE ITS R E.; Sanft-inJMUs Marion; Tait, Eugene -.. waC -.that 12,000 deer>ere killed in. j '+tl
11.. ;' J. ; inability of the commissioners' to personally KI8SIM- ; Wiles, Henry: ; Younjr. Emme. lafiforhia''during,the yefer.1914.. ;, .
.t'; .M ; 'i'( co er all portions of the state MEE VALLEY BRANCH' AT YEAR FREE OF DEBT-HAS B. H./Simpson Postmaster./ '- / ..

.\ in their campaign? for funds through MAtfTOWN AND OPEN UP FERTILE CARED FOR HUNDREDS OF 'Tb.'t1rst'wo' "towsri.the-construe.
< > \ With the advent of the .
they nave visited many of the leading SECTION TO RAILROAD LITTLE ONES AND FOUND handtrap.Lrapshooting1 ,
Ion of a'big,drainage fy' stem of the;
... '; towns which have active chambers of Is ipcreasinr- popularity
.. t"
PI 1>."; "I' '. p.. Rates commerce or boards of trade. Over TRAFFIC. THEM HAPPY HOMES by leaps and bounds, Charley .Lak. j iqlstrict' ,?'com- ,
;\, .. 'I; thirty of then'" have arranged to participate ... Newcomb, the American amateur 'rising Ashbr.draina"'i*ellt 'of New- + ,

} "", : ; in j.he campaign and inquiry Contract has been awarded by the Florida' Greatest Chc.rity-the champion; says that trapshooting 'is I to week :wh nthB' ''' "
x50 Pert14Jr' commenced lev-
"",' ".)., I develops the fact that practically all Florida East Coast Railway Co. to J. Children's Home Society, which has the "king of sports," and John B. era.of surveyors the; district, preparatory taking to layfi,. !y(.!,
V\ ) ( \ to take good M. Cook Jacksonville eds Burnham the handtrap is the invention '
,, of these are prepared i of Jacksonville to grade an headquarters in nc says out'the and late ,,'" .
"." .",! 1\r(< ".. onth I I care of inquiries produced by the advertising ,extension of its Okeechobee division $5000 to class the year's work free of of the age.'-and Newcomband Ing erals. necessarywtches'. '., Y
r'i; I I with literature descriptiveof northward from May-town to a connection debt. In regard to the work of raising Burnham are thoroughly reliable. ?, '.:' ,

>> :,> oK'ii'' thoir communities. with the main line at New this fund, Marcus C. Fa erg, statesuperintendent "-"""'--- ---.. .- --,- s
"1 ;;" ;"'\. Smyrna Fla., about seventeen andonehalt writes as follows: 'j $&
." .,..';i"U;;"'< TOES miles. The bridge construc- I Editor Klasimmoe Valley Gazette, ASKS $4,000,000 TO f'l'
.>" ', ', .""t'', '' 'IXr;? POULTRY WELL tion and track laying will be done by Kisaimmee Fla. ",
;: Cle'ing the railroad company's forces, and the Dear Friend: This wilLbe our final Are you interested In Fla. land for '}1
) I .. line will be laid with rails appel to for aid through FIGHT CANKERWashington
weighing you your
0/" ,x."J< ""' any purpose? Am now in position toassist ,h'e
:, HERE SAYS WRITERM. this and is the
.'"' '' ' seventy pounds per yard. This and your paper year--
'J' and ,
l ", A", all other truck material MOST URGENT ONE have in the selection clasaifiai, '
,, ..,.\ '. geSB has been pur- we yet
I t- -\ 'J.'t t\k); ,,';b.t I chased and is on hand. The surveys made-because we are sc anxious to I). C.-Representative tion of Fla. soils and to give instructions ',t- '

\" '" ',' ..;. ..' I). ALEXANDER, IN LETTERTO have been finished, and J. H. Wycoff finish the year's work, FREE FROM Stephen Sparkman, of the First.Flor : in preparation for and cultivation (

1"',.,, ,7'. /. iD emi FLORIDA GROWER, TELLSOF has been appointed resident engineerfor DEBT. ida District, Introduced in the Houseof of same. Will be pleased to give t I Ig;
'j "
,. , the work, which will be done In order to provide for the eight
-1:1." :; ''u<'" ..',"I '/ t r HIS SUCCESS IN RAISING un-I Representatives a bill providingfor any desired Information of which I "
der the of hundred and little oneswhohave
11,..". I general supervision E. more j
< 4,," t'.I '.1.0I t-"';,, Repairs g CHICKENS: NEAR KISSIMMEEAND Carter, chief engineer of the system. been referred to us for aid from the appropriation of $4,000,000with ma9 be capable to-my old customers ,

I t" ;r j !t.i.III", t' j SAYS BUSINESS WILL Total cost approximately $200,000. every nook and corner of Florida this which to carry on the fight as well'al the new ones ., ,'

"" J'' 1. :f1 ,. ,:<.t.!': .' PAY BIG IN "'LORIDA.WritinJl' Construction of this extension has year-we have not only used up all against citrus canker in the United Four-room furnished house, f 10 per .) '

< 'I":! ;",'- /1.//:.:, f, ', ./,". been contemplat r for over a year. of our receipts for the year-but some States. month; has fine garden.
months expenditures
I I It will afford a direct route north and --our necessary
't, : "' ;11i ,' ;,Phone to the Florida Grower, pub- south for trains to and from the Okee- for the care of our little ''ones-have Representative Sparkman placedthe Just one of those cheap lots left, .t r.lI'.( '

., ....i'"t' ", ,:,,:.., ,. . 61 lished at Tampa, M. D. Alexander, chobee line. At present it is neces- exceeded our receipts? by hundredsof sum high, so that it will permit $10 down and >|f 2 a month.
j, 'j 't ', .: who has a poultry farm north of the dollars-so that in order to close being cut down, as attempts would be I'v,
I.. , ,' ',:.,.".Q, ;-' ','{ '} ci-y, says: sary to go to Titusville, sixteen miles our year's work without debt, and made i if the Burn( really needed were A 6-room house so arranged as can .'\.
.. .' ,r'_ farther south than May-town, to make up ,:;i'
\ :\\jj'" I ; Kissimmee, Fla.-To( tho Florida through connection between the main have just a little to start the New named in the measure.A sub-rented in 8 suites for light

Grower)-I have been a reader of the line and the road to Lake Okeechobee Year with, we must raise five' thou- number of Floridians Interested housekeeping v :':

+'.l l h Grower for almost two years: and it Maytown being on the branch sand dollars this month. We can do it deeply in the fight against citrus can- MRS. MARY SUMMERS, 608 Pen- "
? J FLOW t FIRST would be hard for me to live withoutit from Titusville i if you will just give our work a little ker, including D. Collins Gillette, ';I
ADS field St., 1 bile. W. of the end of brick
i F for it is surely full of valuable information to Enterprise Junction on the Atlantic boost through your papernd makean president of the Tampa Board of r.1!
f : and facts. But what I Coast Line. From Maytown the re- appeal for help for us from your Trade, are in Washington interesting ave., S. Kissimmee.
:, : !"TilE'PLAGEDSOON; : started to say was, I camo from old cently constructed road runs south- readers. htu national law-makers in the campaign -
Ilinois to Kissimmee almost two Pleading for this help-just now- against the dread citrus pest
ward through county to Chul- _
::;; ... .... . and started to fruit for alt that
.j. raising ,
and .
years ago thanking you you
1.. .. :.i ) Il< uota. Fort Drum and
.) w' and chickens, and see that you say/in Okeechobee 122 miles. The have done for us I am. t
"i. ,r}:':" : 1 tTniUJB: +FOURTHS OF $50,000.00 the issue of Nov. 6th that you w sh which it is described as county high MARCUSqCy yours,

;' .PoL --', &\.OOLLECTED; AND WORK every breeder in Florida would sendin ly productive opens and up is expected to settleup FAGG,

t .fMtt. !' OF ADVERTISING STATE WILL has name and his breed or breeds., rapidly. State Supt. FOR SALE....CASH PREFERRED:
\ rBB\ I am raising S. C. White Leghorn,
;J'It :A* \: BB6UN:AFTER CHRISTMAS Barred Plymouth Rocks and Hotning

:. %;HOLIDAYS' IN NEWSPAPERS pigeons. They told me poultry would UNION CENTER CHURCH NOCHEAPTMUSEMENfAT One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town.

'/0. \: :'l" ;:urn. MAGAZINES not pay or do well here, but I will say Muckt t
'" 25O foot front 208 foot depth. 'Rich
'I".f. that I now have 500 head and I raised I
,r ; .''tf. '': them all. The first I the SOUTH FLA. FAIR
bought .
.i', :" ,f ...... Flaw Encouraged by the best eggs that /i could year get and used ADOPTSRESOLUTIONS I Soil adapted tor Banana or Truck Growing. . ,
r -' .
t-\, 0. 'fa4t.alyd..tlLatuWthoat..he ia Which the exception purposes the of com-the from incubatorB.the bent TheVi pullets I that used I raised the eggs andI of the Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make your ii ;1

i ,"FtortMt'p'Irat' "*' Commission have The official! board of the United Tampa, Dec. 17.--Officers -
1 for i
had that laic, home itself
I' thirty-nine pullets I I South Florida Fair, to be held here pay /
I.beene'"perpnallyand; adequately explained rethrcn church of Union Center has
their first at four months
'; '4 received"- It with enthusiastic nine days old eggs, and at ten months old adopted the following resolutions: understood February that to 12 there, want will it be distinctly no offensive Two Lots-Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful 'T
.end that the commercial Be it resolved that whereas our

1 1"t:.w\b\ tIM.. I but'two or three of these they month had ,averaged and the ones 20 to that the laid pulletper the wise and heavenly Father has seen fit tures on, catch-penny the grounds,amusement only those of fea.a situation, facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal
rlA4 'lave subscribed tneir to remove from our midst to his re-
( first at the age of ten months for the for Winter Home. A few minutes walk
: 1(16'( fund for a natlo-ial ad- had laid eggs 146 eggs, yet still some will wrrd in Heaven our beloved Brother high class being secured entertainment spot a
of the and to assist
j_ sjssnftejgn 'on behalf of the persist in saying the poultry does John Spreng, bo it resolved that we is promoting the Fair public, which is not from Country Club House. Telephone and
Members of.tlae oommissionere do earnestly and sincerely mourn the I
do well in Florida. I cannot
decided to proceed Im- agree not with them, for i if they do not do loss of our dear brother. We miss held had for profit cheap, in future attraction; the"If Electric Light Wires run by the lots. Golf ;'
K we one
-f- tHh the placing of the ad- his wise counsel and his hearty support -
it is because do not
well they get
I thou..h'the total amount the care and at.tentlonr or the of every good work. Wa loved Fair, and should make $1,000 from its course on the spot. A Bargain.
Will about three- proper him because of his cheerful honest operation, I would still feel that we
-be only ,
x' Foundation stock is not of the kind "
had suffered an irreparable loss, said Apply VALLEY-GAZETTE.
,* rk mach as it was set out that it pays to raise. I have not been upright and straightforward Chris-
while discussing
President W. G. Brorein. -
; r gip! v'f- 1 bothered with any kind of disease, tian life and his interest in everything i that w
.d Gorge A. McClellan of calculated for the of th.Master's street carnivals have recently
.. and I do not should be
t ' I see why one been held in Florida cities. The
( Secretary Vance W. Kingdom here on earth. '
r 4 :f Treasurer W. P. if the yards and houses are kept Be it further resolved that a same opinion is held by all directors. "' '' :''':': '':::''' ::'::::::
have of fresh
dean plenty
lei they the Furthermore, tho sale of intoxicating", .. ... .
Ft' Commisslonir. of these resolutions be
) My r.; before them at all times. spread on
l;' t water liquors will not be allowed on or near
?. of Tampa, were Respectfully M. D. A minutes of our quarterly conferenceand
:L4 oner Frank W. a copy handed to the bereaved the grounds, and games of chance will I
1 detained by1Ii9l1ta. be prohibited.
cy, waa family.

4, Thou this TOTAL ECLIPSE OF SUN Signed, Philadelphia has 10 troops of girl r
a i t of com- Ira Wetherbee, THE VERY THING FOR
; t'ti .u. ,general. interest in C. H. Funk, scouts. ,
was reflected In the atgevera TO OCCUR'FEBRUARY 3 Mrs. Nellie Wetherbee,
other gentlemen W. G. McCloin, I r- CHRISTMAS

,,'' I ,sections of the state. Mrs. George Haye.PRESBYTERIAN THE GEM 9
.y ,4 of, commerce of Arcadia, NORTH AMERICA WILL BE 'IN All Purpose Charcoal Stove C -
;,. previously agreed to.Ut. CHURCH What to give for Christmas is best
r campaign, -
i 4 r Gardner,to pledge its IDA PERSONS ARE GETTING Rev. T. D. Christie, D. D., of Tar. a decided by a bank account with'u..

i e' g gentlemen from Frost GLASSES WITH WHICH TO sus, will preach Sunday morning at It will l be appreciated not only this. '
>ugh in order'to asa this church. The pastor will preachat '
', of' the commission WATCH .PHENOMENA WHICH night. I year but every year as the deposits 4'

of trade in their !see-- OMES RARELY IN A LIFE There was a meeting of Presbyter grow at interest. {

behind campaign. ian at thia church,
a nF; TIME.' men Monday nightto '
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid Savings
g''will begin to ap- consider problems and plans for on .
t r , after Christmas and the improvement of the workings of Accounts. /
-I- A total eclipse of the sun-a rareastronomical t
rough January. It the church. An earnest interest was
It' will be observed -
4 it by members of the phenomenon- manifested and it was conceded that
all of North America
t eat e-1 their discussion on the in parts there was not only \large room for im-
1916 almanac
t e is the season of the early next year. The : provement but that much improvement .
1 t sixes the date for February 3. The
1 i Ida advertising always hours for the and ending was feasible. Mad of metalwill not crackor -
,f? $, appeal. The daily beginning These men exhibited a mind to break It will boll the wash. cook: a meal
c .many'Of' the leading of the eclipse are not given. work and adjourned to meet again and heat your iron, all on very.'Mttle char i
Many persons in Florida: interested coal. No mok. no odor.
r intryvwill be used In Monday night, December 27th, and
w.) !4 eb the advertising will in scientific matters are making prep- other Presbyterian men are invited to PRICE fl.SO I SUPERIOR, SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT !
arations to watch the eclipse through For Sal. by all Dealers
me weekly periodicals attend this meeting and share in its
1 b. "atlon and in several the most powerful telescoocs obtain deliberations. Florida Metal Product Company
} able. Astronomy classes nt the colleges EVEROREEN AVENUE
y ,1publications.. Ev- 3660
h the names and ad- expect en unusual treat as it is Circular skirts are finished with JACKSONVILLE. 'L\. ( DIRECTORS
r .i todies only once or twice in a lifetime that a Sand for our .naral cataloia.i. :
s commercial bias bands of plaid material.
t- I -
total l eclipse of the sun mry be seen.I
listed'and in making up the Aside from the total eclipse there _. _. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
algae copy approv- - -- -- -- -- ---
-- - - -.-- -- -
will be two partial solar eclipses: during - .
_i c r. n meeting commented of the upon commis-most 1915. These will occur July 30 = ---" c F.W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS WJ1

..rever exhibited and let- and December 24. Neither will be visIble .
toof in the United States. Two partial -
advertising specialists
the,, commission compli- lunar eclipsas, January, January .
i8, 20 and July 14-15, will be visible to a

T 6--4I jment,>,material to form strong the terms"Flor- Florida observers.The :::::;::! ',;::::o::: :iI:::

t OORunission was started so first car load of baled Natal An
k, } + A-,; j fall that it was iropracti- hay ever received in Tampa arrivedin appropriate
the'rrllrbad, and steamship "Ttfl
q, v. that city Saturday, having been z
rty ,; 4 r divert any.considerable porJhsir shipped from Fruitland Park. Lake everyone on your list--

; :funds to its support, ow- county, where it was grown by Mrs.

lF,r r N ,rtc. s" eontracts,rl, .Largely: that as had a been result made of B.Natal C. hay de&tined Many to revolutionize believes that From grandmother, who is not too old td

Id 4 i ofv the commission, the the agricultural industry of Florida. be enthusiastic. over a pretty pin for her The Business School 4

,tlon'companies have agreed dress, or a silver case for her spectacles, to .
r' r 11. a t deal more attention Commodore C. G. Bu goyne has whose hands would fit ,
li i in their / baby,
a 1jr r to i Florida presented to the city of Dna the
g Several 'of the commerof services of Saracina's band for the around a silver cup or tinyspoon At Kissimmee

I, ?'1 tone+ the state which winter season. Not sitlsfled with There are Just hundreds of things from

r emressed their' entire approval this, he is now having erected for the which you can choose the "right" gift so easily. _
ear tTplaa could not'Join it this eeaa. use of the band and the public a com-
II .eooant i of the disposal made modious pavilion and band stand. Silver clutch point' pencil 1.00 to $3.50. Consolidates with the Lakeland '

-.before 'the movement Gold Brooches Scarf Pins, Rings, Tie Clasps

gi4: "1 It' r-;No'member' of the TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, Lingerie Clasps, Neck Chains Cuff Pins, 92.00 and Plant City chain of -
vy t t -do" j believed that cam- HAIR STOPS FALLING upward.
by these
t tluuld'abe ;delayed
l veiv; \ Gold Link Buttons Pendants' Bar Plus. $3.50 .
1- a necessity of a con- Save Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottleof upward.

,_t, ll/organised movement is ? Danderlne right now-Also Gold Bead Necklaces. Bangles (Watch Fob, Business Colleges
of Florida soj
advertising' unanimously .tope itching scalp. Coat.Chains. $6.00 upward.Greenleaf ,
that it ,was e
that the start should be made, Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
y thsKfull belief that another hair is mute evidence of a neglected & Crosby Co. For the Present '
c ''
oft .
much greater "amount)
a dandruff-that awful scurf. t
s scalp or
rr'S 'sgl of 1 the,be' California'Expositions available. The news There is nothing! so destructive to JEWELERS AND: IMPOKTEIIS.' __ Students will be accepted for Lakeland i 'f i

f ,, S; 1 tea* open will .b. extensively the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair GIFTCIVIXO JQOODS. ; ; or Plant City only until conditions " ,
tit .
and .advices .to the effect of its lustre,//Ita strength and its very) 41 W. Day St. Jacksonville, J 1a,. justify. .;
Orleana-San.Antonio' Gal- : : the of the
tyn reopening Kissimmee Branch
life; eventually\ producing a L ,
a t\y many other gulf coast reilig -
Sgt'r, extensive adverts nets and i itching of'the scalp, which C_ _

I was"pointed out as furL I ia'pot remedied cause. the hair roots EFFICIENCY GUARANTEED =

-, g; the. importance .of to .brink; )loosen', and die-then 'the eWRITES 4' '
on th.pasted Flor.theynorid DIPLOMAS '
t hair falls out fasjU.
} .. *'First" tonlght+;' ow-any:'time,:..;;will.. sorely. P 0S IT I'pNs. 'SECURED' ..aRCasofable..Cost' \

? iwhich appears '''to save your; : \ halr.V; ?',.f. ". frog'I )+ I '
ft.. .
itaelf see t public '
;, 1.Get t5'cant bottle of Knowltoii'sDand.rln.

? I r a from' nJ drug'store." You ;:: t CA'tALOG |, : ( bf'J.t Tuitiou '\.and"'<..B par,4:,.I

-1 surely can have beautiful'hair and I Iota --I_ |' ;SCH PL SIIIPS, ..., 000; '.VOX;! 1;!AIRY :BRANCH;>j

of It >jt you will Just try a little Du.I "
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: ; : ....i without a stab; ; Paint the larger help to save the life alai hapeiinses! ,0. ,____.., paay last .',
1: A NeWs< Notts-> CM soitnne with, some '..UoUtareproef -' some leas fortunate f' brother beyond. TAee," '..'...... acII'IJIIof....
mat' : ,. disease tmnnotenter the personal reach at eIther: who .has '" "' -t p. ,, to the f'-

. !11'C ( ,, evaporation already+< or.'may become a..vtetisa ell .80.Many'' paths,to. s...... ...iher /a I ,r'
I' 1f. ..FI 6NHtllf BT;UNW* TT'OF( :PLO1DA, (, from' the?wound ,during''th.,, healing tubercolosi.. ';And;tuberculosis. ;; Is.ceplargely ',.hat" = : ....1" _=.. ., ,

' .. .process. e J" .*?, ,', JI a community So',.Tasy- dark'cenaeri: te at''tteyterSo ; '=C:: atwthesrtatl..
r ;COLLBOl; AGRICULTURE,!; I I --Prn/iin*'will'go a'ioni way'toward'preventing iHaced'OB'correspondence.' 'Chr4st- light? for: fled.

.. ,. the:various: dieeasef..caused mas. gift* ; par nnvsiop.a; .Y'I carry rnanyJfftter'things:; toehaagrtoeThat .t tIw affairsdatOr treat of .... =-t:
by, organisms. The grower may at' once. gladsome message,' a cherished --. : .. ...... at ..... TIle .
,, '9'rA. FEEDS, MORE LIVESTOCK the 'soda/work.Draliiig./ .trrlptioD1'-'not think; that be has time to do the hope and a sympathy: that can none 'of us should,'"Idle here, andA of .... coneera WIll bea''
-----. fertility, ,soil1' work 'now but when the disease not be misunderstood.. "_ ," tell w GaM" .....ta
Florida's greatest need can .be'ex- management will be given as much pears It 'will be too late... A little )world in heedof'help, that all Is

pressed in"the single word,livestock. attention as the time will allow. There later in the season it may be-necessary --! ,' ,,
'Livestock U the refinery for raw farm will be a few practical demonstrationsof to 'do some spraying control . '
products. tint enables* the farmer-to the latest type of farm machineryadapted scab. ,' 4CHRISTIAN W.C.TILCOLIJIIRI l lGlye There. Is so much to doo mnn*'fo.iOf whY "'
market a hd product mod to turn 'to local conditions.An :: ; ; truth and Justice, to be overthrown : ,1
the waste back to hi. land, Th feed the discussions will be practical; p : ..

.fed to-the steer, the dairy cow, or the since time will n""permit scientflc So many her oppressed by, cases and -o, I
phr will brine more when marketed in problems. The laboratories of the 'me 'th, liberty to know to. woes J $

finished livestock that it will in. the University will be open to/the stu. ENDEAVOR; think to believe and' to:utter freely ',That nthe' help that we,, perchance -

raw states, -The Extension Division of dents.. Museums where samples,Of according' to' conscience stove all 'may own > ... ..
the University of Florida reminds the various erops are kept will lie visited. ,. I That none of us can stand and truly """.,". I CJ h.
.farmer htat 'even though the food Preserved specimens of. crop 'pests .' other liberties.-Milton. i .... the.....
would bring no more when marketed will be exht ltecL If Is expected .thata News. Item., ha.. been'':put aside '* """ --"'': . I 1 ,."Then' Is no .task: thattalla'for. me to.......

through.the animal, the value of the great deal of Interest wilj be shown for-several weeks to make 'space for _The regular meetings of I the union. ''etoday." > ': Botioo aadsoMsss
manure on land which needs-organl in the courses In soils and fertilizers convention'pointers, but w. have settled occur the second and fourth Fridaysof i' aadsoMsssastbeladhaviogthe .
matter cannot be desregarded. .. "','Ii- because they'aDDMl to every farmer down td> the< winter's campaign each month, at 2:80.'' .A change in There" is so much to do-eo :many n, 1 I .
>,. >The argument'that' Florida should no matter in what branch of agriculture conventions over and' work going fine* tho hour.last week, prevented a- full WEBSTER'SNEW
'specialize in 'crop. whichcannot be he is engeged.;. lyall over.Florida. attendance" and it was decided topostpone That-tbnYe and flourish where;the t "' . .
grown elsewhere in States East central district insteadpf.a the election of officers.until .' } '. eDbtianaTy
I''' and leave* the stock raising to states C&BN CttTBS full met; 'in DeLind Jw ring' thfw week. So mannynroughdmii.'wheiy ht'toWefares INTERNATIONAL ;

!better suited to it will not hold water. GOOD FARMING SCHOOLS abed an evening of delightful Judging i from the- attendal ce and *-,, JD W. I'wJme.' This new' <{
Livestock must' be made a basis for I rartvtnr.' at the Christianchurch.. the sentiments expressed at the ..- For as to smooth before oar time timellon answers with final author

these other operation. For the land's There Is a general Impression Dist President Rev. O.: Albertson ception>> of the Hart Memorial, Woman to 'go, jt7 ail kinds, of pn..11"ID questions
"'.' sake raise livestock.- among people- that yield presided efficiently. State President s club Dec. 7, the season seemedto That none of us'should Idle in the sun, history, geography, ,'

y' is the one object o fo n club work. Curry and made honored' guest, Mr. have opened .in the right spirit For at the best we leave rio much.,,sports,arts, t J'
SELECT SHOW'C.4LVES EARLY That is because :yield is the easiest Lehmann, addresses and many The atmosphere seemed charged witha undone! r wdecknoss.
.1+ to' .... Big' yields are good to excellent plans for forward steps feline of "something doing" and as, Edgar A. Guest, in Detr'lt v Free. 1esNe Y ..:. me tae, e CII
= r.7a.
A show animal cannot be finished thin for but they: are not the only were made. At this rally there were "nothing is' so local as not to be of 'Press. .0-0-..a. .t ... PIa_ .:.I
_ ...._ ,
..,, ,
.' for exhibition in a few weeks.. Sue- consideration. The emphasis of the fourteen from Glenwood and fifteen some benefit" this union of interests :
rcessful exhibitors begin preparing practical and business side of farmIng from Daytona, besides the Christian may be far-reaching in results and "There is one class or employedmen ', 'o'ea.'se'rlep.dib..tI1at I.: .

fItthell'' animals months ahead.: A calf! is hte primary, object of corn church and Presbyterian workers of in achievements worth while. who are expected to strike" 1 Tfr.ara.lab" atlt+..... ..-.....+ ". M;
cannot be expected to take first placeIf clubs. the entertaining town. Last (year'sofficers ...ttrts.iatlntlM.. -r........
It is left on range until a few week. The boys are required to keep records are to serve another year, and ..."Who are IheyT" .. Dl t'' ,

before the .how. It must be cared and to write an essay on how the next-convention. probably goes to .Va..baIt.batters." ltiCtR.a1a fe
.1 for and fed during several months to they raised the corn. This impresses Glenwood.We 10 : "AND'IJNDIA.
fit It for the ring. the upon their minus and expect to have two C. E. marriages FOR LIVER AND BOWELS : .r ifwit77t

H. G. Clayton,of the University of best principles them in the habit ors to report next week but do not 'j NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD J rAt'stlgntT10N4' ..

,;+ Florida Experiment Station suggeptethat keeping records. This is perhaps the even dare hint who they are until all ;,
yearlings and calves which are to greatest work of the corn club, because over. Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, < tee
be shown as two-year-olds and yearlings it strikes at the greatest need Jacksonville Endeavorers should .....--.....-.
next winter should be selected Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad Expels scrofulous humors' from.the -. -'
of the farmer--business principles. complimented, indeed it is an honor .wee.::.. sMap.
this winter. The animals can be pushed According to G. L. Herring-ton club for all of us, that Samuel Bowles, Breath-Candy Cathartic.No blood, which cause constipation< ma. ...U, ye tea :'

through the year and brought into agent far the University of FloridaExtension president of the city union and aria[ rheumatism, sores, ulcers/pirn-.1., ........ W"1.'' \ .1' ..
shape for the ring by the i time fairseason Division, the value of the Springfield society has been chosen: .L.c.w
opens. It will require: all tho assay is usually underestimated because by various organizations to act as bad your liver, stomach .pies, etc. Get it at Oscebla Pharmacy .... ..... ........,...... \. "' "
time available to put them in the necessary records which treasurer for their mutual work"of bowels how much headaches on a guarantee to satisfy > : ;: ;
feeding or ; your
Stockmen who nave been must be compiled previously are not raising money by the "Cycle" plan jt\'
animals for show will find that linseed considered.' These are the for the Children's! Home' Society. how miserable you are from .- . -.. '

meal will add luster to the tat' Important thing for they, but the At Fellsmere, southeastern district constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand '
Give about a quarter of a pound a essay Is the means of showing how the union society is raising 30.00 to sluggish bowels-you always get ,
day to a two-year-old or a smaller complete they are and how well ho support a student in a Chinese ministerial SUBTROPICAL ,
relief with Cascarets. immediately
quantity two or three times a week. has grasped the principles he has school, and three-fourths of They . .. .'.' ''
The results will be surprising. been taught the required amount is already sure. cleanse and regulate the stomach MID-WINTER. FAIR: ANDEXHIBITION ;c : .

The exhibit is also f another important Sanford Presbyterian Endeavorers remove the sour, fermenting food ;
,/ "
'HOME CURED MEATS part of the work because in are a strong force for good if num- and foul gases; take the excess bile ,: ,< ".
REDUCE LIVING.EXPENSES the best ten from his ben'count for have of the
choosing ears they one . ,
from the liver and off the i.l
carry constipated .
acre the boy learns to select seed largest societies in Florida. Mrs. R. .n. S
Living expenses can be consider- corn. Field selection of seed is one C. Maxwell is our reporter from this waste matter and poison ?o'crrizeN8'; dpi> vowel .ii xji.; ::it u'

ably reduced by home production.Meat of the greatest needs of the state. If hustling society.. 10-cent box from your druggist will 5COUNTIES IMINO.k.2f11CEOL4: Q ,.Oft-,; .
is one of the dearest article. of the boy learns this, his work and the Mrs. W. G. MeClain, new secretary keep liver and bowels clean ''ansICN'sING.'..........1R$,
your ; . .- .
food and every farmer should produceat effort of the state and national gov- for the United Brethren society of It known 'to all 'of -" . f
Be 'tll1"c
least for his own table. The ernment will be The Union Center Kissimmee has stomach sweet and head clear for you .
trouble amply repaid. near >e' Invited and 'expected to: pre (
greatest with home produced greatest production at the least expenditure consented to act as press correspon- I' months. They work while you sleep.BE . suitable exhibits for Clqpla,." at r '
meats In the South is preservation. together with a lesson on dent and we feel she will be a good .teat .i.positionsalle ready In a..f eed<< ,
pie.naaglns( a !Hcompetition
Many farmers have trouble owing to seed selection and business principles .y fof' .the, exhibition'o
the warm mild winters, in averting for the farm are the chief missions one.In West Tampa the Congregationalyoung GREATEST EVENT IN varied products ot yourthlnire. ..eCltl 1

spoilage.C. > of corn clubs.SELECT people had a drama and $26.35was E De THEHISTORY .: 'Mode In .,.yourchool own" ."ri' t
'work 'your frultte.blee.rour your w
K. McQuarrie stato for
cleared. This was given to the OF THE farm product
(" the University of Florida Extension CITRUS BUD WOOD Ladies' Adi Society of their church of houea'and; Held, your rl.o
y Division, suggests that very little 'for whose benefit the play was gottenup. i )vour stock -chlokwes'Ta:
Ihlncs of inter.ef. 1 1ht .,
'J p ftI..trouble will be had if proper precau- .. The endeavorers also sold cake .'Prepare jto attend In'gorse t 1
'*'77-tions" are taken in the begin ling.i The It. costs no more to produce a pro candy and ice cream that evening i I your family and-friends. and 1U'8JI.. ?
-t'.: hogs should be killed In the afternoon. lific tree than it does.a drone. Thereis making a neat little sum for their. 5 ,.er :within your.,:&tea, y j', .T
', 'Hang the carcass up in a place wheri no use in taking chances with citrus own treasury. I SUB-TROPICAL 'MIDjWi EX'-;:

it I will be sheltered only froi it rain, trees. If a man does not know the Grace A. Townsend. : ." POSITION DF.'TffiB'' 't'ft0 BROTII
but where free air will (hike Split history of the tree from which his Interlachen, Fla., Dec: 19, 1915. COUNTIES
I 'Ittr' halves. Allow it td hang overnight bud wood was taken he is gamblingon ,'t7IVH; !..COUNTIES,. ; ,;" ..;:
r to chill. If cold torage or ice will I RED CROSS SEAbS
the chance that all the trees
is available use it, but ice sh uld not I ' .
come in direct contact with the meat be producers. Statistics show that Your Opportunity to Bring ChristmasTo : : : \
this results in FEBRUARY 15-119,191i. art'
haphazard proposition ,
? because the meat is apt to ''become of drone trees. Those Who Need Cheer.. : .
a large percentage -
from the ice. When
soggy the carcass is chilled cut it up,' salt bearers The logical way indicated to insure good I The Red Cross Seals have all the t Orlando l ,'toa '
+ and leave in the salt ?for six week as was by Experiments : significance! oPthe regular Christmas + ,
'? The meat will then bo. ready for by the Government in California stickers, but that does not begin to -, -.. .
Florida is
and several "
''i;smoking. Dip in hot water to remove to select bud wood groin the picking their/story. In addition to a Mer- OPUUOffiCHANICSJVLAOAZINE
.. the salt Wipe dry and cmoU.3.: Uso during ry Christmas and a Happy New Yeargreeting
records of the trees and
hickory, or some other h-xd wood for I season. Keep the Red Cross Seals typify -totdiiafig
select the buds from the best
; the tm ke. Hickory is the best be- bearingbranches ae.h thing else of their kind does the
most trees.
cauefe of its flavoring and lack of di.agreeable .- prolific real Christmas spirit of love and sym-
.]. .'f 1 In'' W. L. Floyd professor of horticulturein VEEP Informed of the World's Progress bi .
oualitiee and brotherhoodof
which found pathy for
are service a a

the, University of Florida Collegeof Engineering Mechanics and InTentum. Pot M M 10 IXi EU
certain soft :.woods. that if'the suffering humanity. They carry a,, Father and Son and All the Famlljr. It appeal
i Agriculture, suggests message of helpful interest to forlorn loallclanee-Old and Yound-Mon and Women. 'a .
grower does not, want to j>ropa 'ate "t!. Ill*Favorll MmtliKliia lia tliouMtndaofihromthant
hearts which cannot be directly reach / G ire. I L. O E mUsed
'RE1IEDY'OFFEREDI, i erne. the wnrM Our lorolim
his .own trees he 'can, contract with a .d..l.see m. ..Jr,
]Klt.CATTLE 'BLOAT : nurseryman to grow- them from bud ed, however much we-may-be willing. 'gss t new ..d taw.-sting Wd It im ..' .
They-give to the beat'ImI i '''I. ,
expression -
a.-- wood furnished by.'.himself. Several Written So You Can Understand It
.When a cow becomes bloated something i growers in the state follow this practice I man-that pulse'that of conies helpfulness'from the to heart the of. h..h... ttm\m tnrhhop to.-.HiM Wort.nd..M..r.1uP..t <2O Pwe>> emulniaUlnU .. ita : for years by your Ja rs"'wjtli.heyQrifaUiJ i
', 'must be done and it is be commended because un. Iqm. do Iktnos round the Homo
> quick. Quite :' to fortunate victims of poverty, misery *.. -- th. iin..mlhI.w good results.. Tbeshotlie,: -made materials, m
animal is dead before has the facili- m..Uihlng..lall.hnw
the the
frequently nurseryman Ilk tc tom-h WI- '
"a veterinarian can come. Furtheri i ties for propagating the trees and and distress. They represent a real mm .nil T.I.Er-ph O utUU, x-.I-aA K tl.ow dependable to build tip and sweeten your Iand
and potent effort to translate this rttoe* Jewdlrjr. il.ralP.rnl tore. eo. (1o onna nMnotlon /
wore, the remedy for bloat can care for them better than the of *tar tb.MeobAalo,e.mpr.d HporUmMi1.B4 Ground Bon
spirit helpfulness into efficient ser- Bone Bloodand
that anyone can apply it successfully.Dr. i grower. > race vane amOLB COWS, l e : ; *
Nice toward alleviating th t._ .... v
C. F. the : the wood shouldbe sorrow ter se.---- r. ...rS..ras .. Guaranteed j JI
Dawson, veterinarian to For spring budding and suffering which follow in the veer telc h ...t w w. / Analysis" Guarantee4 Analy

1 State Board of Health, calls attention selected during the dormant sea- train of the Great White Plague. IoPULAN MRCHA1.ICS,.. ,CHlCASO MACAZINS / Ammonia 4.50l- :Ammonia" > "y .'.. '
to Circular No. 6 of the Experiment : and where it will not
Station..:which Kentucky recommends 1 out son shoots.placed Select the youngest put They give joy alike to the heart of / Phosphoric Acid. 22%. : Phosphoric Acid ", v.

formalin as a remedy for bloat. I round wood, tie it in bundles and buryit - / Natural Plant Food ,heal Blood'andIlone: ::
For acuto bloating give a foot deep under a house or other / Hot St-amcd' Dried Blood .

1H per cent solution of itlll1'l shelter. This method will keep the / Not Acidulated Raw p..ound'nOJ1e I 1 1INot ,
Place a wooden block in the wood sound and fresh until growth All Ammonia Preserved ,
: ,
i mouth and give rentle exercise if the starts or until the bark will slip on / TankageiAbsolutely '
patient is able to get up. .The for- the stock in spring. gh OlhIefi / Phospicric Acid / TTntreat

malin can be had at drug stores at 40 If summer or fall budding Is to be / Available! but in : Quick Availabilit "

;, cents 'a pint in the ordinary strength practiced the best bearing branches / Alkaline Form I 15tcailytippl, 'i."
ot '40 per cent ,solution of formaldehyde should be marked during the picking tWrnVfw' ,. ',..r.--: ea
a gas in water. One-Lalf ounce season. This will enable the growerto Prices :: -' 1" j' _

.OI this in a quart of....water makes theril'ht select well matured buds directly / Wilson & Toomerl.Fertilizcr'CdJ' :
strength of solution(! with which from the trees with the assurance JUST A FEW "
'to drench the animal. that the young trees propagated Manufacturers'oftdel4l; Fertilisers

The old remedy for bloat is punchy therefrom will be prolific. DAYS s' / JickonvilJe/ Florida .7 r
) ture. If the formalin does not give"calro.f .r. / w' rle'4
<; or if the animal is in a serious PRUNE DEAD WOOD _
1 , od may be resorted to. Prof. C. L. h"
\ p of the University of FlorIda The citrus grove is apt to be ne- X tiJ perhaps have' been unable J to find 1 c

"}.,|:j College of Agriculture designates glected during the rush of picking
( 3 the place to make the puncture as'the season. Disease are forgotten in the JUST what you wanted for a gift to .

:>: 1 i?'center 'of the triangle formed by the i effort to harvest the fruit. But the ,
1 f> hip bone, the backbone and the ribs farsighted grower will take precau- i the ONE party that you are mOlt inter -.

1 of the left side. A knife with a two tions against the diseases which are +
,,' i and'one-half or three inch blade will sure to appear next spring. The best YOU are invited to visit a .
,v probably reach the stomach. Inserta time to. do this is during the few e -
glass tube, a small hose, or a joint weeks when, the trees are semi-dor- our store, we have what you want the most
> of bamboo reed. or elder to hold,the mant. I w i&hcr in PriceSomcttfTHi&Ker ? .
wound open'so that the gas may es- B. F. Floyd plant pathologist to magnificent stock of everything usually found ina

,'cape. the University Florida Experiment in
:' Station, advises that all dead or diseased REAL Jewelry Store. 4it''i; .. ,.r'l.' -. J Quality Alwiy

SHORT COURSE OF INTEREST wood! be. pruned from the grove
> TO GENERAL FARMERS during the next few weeks. Such '' .. "1x ,Y,

wood harbors not only insects, but DIAMONDS ,, p.t, tAsk_ ,imy,owUmeralwut
&' The .Far J ers* Short Course which fungus enemies. Scab, melanose and RE$1VO
will be held at the-Unlveraity of Flor withertin find protection in dead tie* t Watches and docks : FERTILIZERS

''ida,3'an'Aty, 11 to 21 will appeal to tues. It; is destroyed woodbe Cat Glass, Hand Painted China, t They blow ;anQ cii t s jjyj; t0'
men :engaged in every branch; of ag- taken out and before Steriiitf Silver and Plated Silver, ,
''riculture. In'addition to the courses new growth starts, because ohterwise d THEIR
,ln'fruitgrowing' animal husbandry, the disease organisms will attack the Chests ef Silver, Teilet Articles, QUALITIES

+ 'and dairying, courses in agronomyand tender.growth ...soon as it appears. and } ADAPTABT' '

soils will be given. Melanose will start with the new A tarp and Iefaat dock of Novelties to *
Dr..W. C. Etheridge will havecharge growth and it'will be too late then to FLOtH>A'SOILS, ) :

of. the agronomy work. Corn, do any pruning.. H.Beckwith Co. r A. : Sa/'FotmaI.
>cotton r'aorpuma, sugar erops, forage, '. Not only-.the :dead wood but any W., ". Jewelry ior Ai1 Fla.J:

..',oats-will be taken-up with other parts of'%he tree which show a WRITE fOK
4058 t.
-.,..reference : tot cultural methods,' improvement diseased or unthrifty condition shouldbe i }

soil rotations :eliminated,,. Do, net' leave ,"stubs ) 410 FRANKLIN, ST. TAMPA FLA,
Storage And practical breedrng.rsSeed: even of living branches These. .wil| I ".. '1 i'a ACRKOITURAL <3sOOCAt.\
'selection of. corn: and cotton is One ef die and .be-a source contamination.: w r 1-,: 'if. p
.,. 'the greatest needs of th. state. Meth- Cut the limbs off close to. the branchor .t
1 xt od*.and advantages"of-selection 'will body < "."*.be discussed: together with .the'prac- should not"be.:at right:angles -with } P F; N r >

,. pla ;4" ,,c,tK !; !het_ } "of\\ :hafitsnchpronndPbut:: I +
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). 'great '. arei/ by is 'none,' top;"' early': :for> IW.iiDmeel to<.begin SAIDABOUT; KISSIMMEE (;'

"."..." ;: d'.t to sup ''t'est plan' for entertaining;Florida Press ,Association t 1
....... i favorof; '.dxe ,
1 ,' the! I'tate' "organization': newspapermen, AND 'OSGEOLA COtJNTY *
l'BU:: O.. .,. ,; ; known as in any which'' hat selected th .city .at meeting ' '

;;E" 'They wpre'sup-,' ; in 1916.' ;The exact date of-the convention'will be 90.0'O.. O" O.O" '. ............'o.o....".... '
citizen I decided,by, die'executive committee the organ!. Il' '; simmee'Jiave; ; .
Osceola county '"planning1" / been tllbel'durfng'; the
.. I za'tion: meeting;' to' be held early in the new fair of its own year. Florida put.'w..k'and,; the'daily movement.! : ... .
--.__......; Sunrise.,. has' year' v will not be quito; what it.should be has been Jaree' with -the record .day.,' ,':,
to .. Until all its, counties begin .holding- Wednesday when ,,'.
w. Thi gathering\ of{ worker will mean on e..te. were-
ti in hit usual newspaper '
annual fairs.-c18l1I'Water Sun .' .
hipped byexpress. !.. The majorityof -
I r' a platform i i. a much to Kissimmee and it behoove u* to do our -+- the shipments are made up of eggplant 'u
"a sria-ncd that he has best in their' entertainment. Kmimmee ha' a reputation ,III the Sarasota district strawberries peppers'and okra.. There were ,h..,
, ',well not.t>. from among, the newspaper men of the. state as were ready for the Thanksgivingmarket several crate lof''' bean. :C\:\Within 'm.S\
i lrs ; being one of the best little cities in Florida. We and some are' going out from few dayi-the growers .of i strawberries/ ,
to assistant Kissimmee this week.-St. Augustine will be ready: to begin shipping.'--This'\ "
r't+ !>ostofflo>. | he closes his an- want them tp have even a better opinion of the Record.,, expected to be toe big crop of'thtt'season : 1f i""'
f '
t : : city after' their visit here. We have invited them to Sumtei1 -is+the latest in this section." ., ',I.
county product .
: can work such be our guests ,and they have accepted. Kissim exhibit entry in the South Florida Why on't -Joti .come 'to the Soiith-! r -' ,
', .aa Moses mee was awarded the honor of enterta'ning themat Fair and Caspar ilia Carnival, and eastT Of course, we can send these ', .r.
N-d . manger White House the last meeting held in Miami and we should Osceola county is expected to be rep- things to 'you, but It 'would be betterfof ,:':
for' the resented by a magnificently varied :you to come and get into the cash- ,
)i sr
appreciate that honor enough to lay plans for their
of Tampa in the exhibit. Florida Grower receiving end of the line.. -Industrial tv'
i+ ,'" ct:the \'icini equal ease. I I entertainment well in advance of their coming. -+- Index, Columbus, Ga.Osceola .
Hastings. the Aside from the duty city to its A live stock company has been or- - 'rP
( subject to owes guestson
\r T' J' in Osceola with is crowing the'
ganized county *> county over
i', '. ,. Almighty God. occasions such as this will be, there is another capital stock of a quarter pf a mil fact that she led the state in her 'per ,j
.t. I' rf*" --.-f* =-- viewpoint from which we may look upon the com- lion. The cattle industry in Florida : centage of growth of population from .\
y.' th'ahxiety" ; ing visit of the newspapermen. It is a selfish viewpoint is fast assuming great proportions.= i 1905 to 1911 basing the recent' state f l t
r lea. upon the I but one which is taken into consideration by Palatka Times Herald.! census as the occasion for calling attention .'- '
." '.
to same' In the last five-year. :'.
I :
-r every city which entertains conventions of any kind, The Klsslm-Valley Gazette period Manatee county Is well at the ",
IMMlMit movement completes There is a certain advertising value to every con- prints a picture on the front page of' top of counties in the state with a*
'1\-. 'plptmee will have This is issue vention held in any city. The city which acts as its current issue of a winter visitor' high per centage of increase in popu- \
; S.t ,>:, '. \'.... .i"..:.+.:.. t : host wants its visitors to go abroad with good words there who posed for the kodak man lauon. However, Osceola county has; sl!:
13*. : : '" > with his left foot back of his head : earned her. growth by progressive ,
f hiller' ire' record. Despite about it. From this standpoint the newspapermen'smeeting methods of '
Ho is said to be 81 years old, and the advertising.
the Florida. l in financial is the most important one that could cometo paper says he can still do many won- This great growth of Otceola coun'i:1
I- _. '..bead.iind year. We have any city. The men who come here will be the derful stunts.-Gainesville Sun. I ty in that oeriod of time has been t

S '..aha. ,,' ..,already. from our mer- editors and proprietor of the papers published in -+- largely due to the extensive odvertisft) ?.
:, Kissimmeeans are proud of the fact ing the county ha received through >
nl r "s' ,:4'\ ., 4. "' ;. and we every section of the state. They will go home with that the Osceola High School has been literature sent out by the county commissioners
,;_ --tt we see the open- some comment to make about the city which has put on the southern accredited list. and the boards of trade of ,.'
\ Aoustin.; Record we believe that entertained them. The delegate or visitor to the This means that the work of the high Kissimmee and St. Cloud, a large part' ': '
:City... 'We school has been approved by the com- of which consisted of newspapers *
i 1 that an era of ordinary convention tells of his visit by word of
mittee named for the and printed in the two cities, which 'wore .\>
? **. 'Ancient City county and Flor- mouth only but the men who attend this convention that graduates of the school purpose will be paid for by the county commissioners .
7t, Fa : ;"Pv Florida is of die benefits will speak to audiences of hundreds and thousands admitted to all southern colleges and and sent to persons interested in '\t
{ U. ., T. and, it") called success we through the columns of their newspapers. For this universities without examination.St. .- 'Iorida.-Sarasota Sun. "* !,
410". , .I..., y ".ICCr .t,, service. reason if for no other. Kissimmee should do her (Augustine Record.--0-- In organizing a company for the .
.I '" T' ,' ,- -= best in their entertainment.This '
t.1. ". .. "t ', : year to keep the Vegetable shipments 'from Kissim manufacture of high-grade brick
/1i.\; ,> ,ear Lace 'arty county fore- advertising i i. of the unpurchasable kind. mee were lively last week some 400 Hon. C. A.'Carson and other businessmen
:;l..t,.. \ 1r.. rfore 'tackles we have suc It will be the unbiased expression of the opinionsof crates going out by express ni one of Kissimmee have taken a step
I' + \ : day. Most of the shipments were that should prove protable to them
: :,% rf'3h' trenches community in men who are leaders in their communities. Whenwe : composed of eggplants, peppers and and to all Florida as well. We wish
wry"M; ;tha ......hip QtcaJ II made more think of what this means to Kissimmee we realizethe okra with B4kne beans. Strawberries the gentlemen success in their work,
'x 4.s, ''fr..J>AlMM..* tha, subject of I past twelve importance more than ever of beginning even will be gin to move in a few days as and see no reason why their patronage -

;' I....p !--,. Message.-'' now to lay plans for this event which will likely be there this are vicinity.-Florida about sixty acres Grower.plantedin should not be increased from. yearto *

-f Ii! ,' ; ,I' -' --: : coming twelve held during the month of March next. The Boardof -+- Florida year. is at present leading by a
'iaJIIIN! ..,+,Wore //winter policy of finding Trade and City Council sent the invitation to I Information comes from Kissimmeeto wide margin all states of the unionin

I ... .. Were at the and setting it this organization to meet here and these two bodiesof the effect that Osceola county is I highway promotion, and brick is .' '.,'>
fi---- : dg_ ,anything to at home and men should take the lead in formulating the pro- going to be among the very first to the used.most Our popular and of paving towns and material-
( I cities public
for treesto
1\01)\ I s'M+ ; 'Are trying for the entertainment of the visitors. It takes establish a nursery raising
,\, ) 'you gram buildings and the demr.nd for high-
be planted along the county high-
\,., ( .'pht.a.t'* diat' they of finan- time to perfect plans for such an entertainment ways. The county commissioners of grade brick has just begun. It is cer-

] .* ;ce'People}; be rewarded and we urge that the work be begun at once. Osceola county decided to use a por- tain that Floridians are forced to pay
&Ji', k f.yn) j' the tion of the county poor farm for a too much for brick for all purposes,
... ,', ,"' ':':'<.-1 upon nursery, and various kinds of shade owing to a combination of manufac-
"ls good to the turers, and it may be that the establishment -
trees will be planted and given atten-
.:. It:1111'kaaDOther ADVERTISING FLORIDA FRUITS tion until of sufficient size for trans- of brick manufactories in
I .4 "the.," Free :- planting. That the Osceola highwayswill the state will solve a problem that is
caw joa ; Florida citrus fruit will be given more widespread be improved under this plan can- a decidedly hard ono under existing '
"' boo HAPPY not be doubted, and those who have conditions. If so these Kissimmee
to just a* advertising during the present season than
pioneers will be deserving of public
traveled Florida roads, at almost any )
.'- ew ever before. Advertising matter is now being season of the year, know that trees praise :'.s well as rich returns in dollars -
i ;-:4i: ; print issue of the placed in magazines and newspapers with millionsof will be very much more than an ornament -.' and cents.-Tampa Time
r Eve with the subscribers in every section of the United States to any route.-Florida Times- -+- t '
Fort Lauderdale Sentinel reports a i
i Those of u.. This advertitng copy was prepared for the Florida Union.: teacher's institute in the city, with all w-"r>
,. I > of an All-' Citrus Exchange by the Thomas Advertising Serviceof The Valley Gazette: of Kissimmee the teachers of the county 'present ..
I '*y'' I 't tubas' months since Jacksonville and Tampa. The "copy" for the Fla., says: I with only two exception A splendid ';
t "Vegetable shipments from Kis- program was carried out. i
t /. earth"prevailed, advertisements is carefully worded and artistically .

.. 'IN"J. good things we. designed. Each piece of copy is illustrated with -- -' --- .
$ : { It ; 't r' b I a and dear to drawings or photographic reproductions which will ....OOO.O.OOOOO.OOOO OOOO.O..O..O.OO. OOOOOOOOOOO.o -
P, do so. but there attract the reader's attention. They demonstratethat
in g" ...I' fortunate. Many not only does Florida produce superior fruit MILLS THE FLORIST Inc. $

_ ordi.. will wait for the but also men capable of placing the merits of that JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA *

i'a itten. a cupboard fruit before the world in advertising IrrtU will appeal. w. Fr..?, e. Flewr. F.,. n. w_a B.rlenM.; D.a.m6.r Cs?.. .. Fel'-.t ..

-. ..& that day when In addition to the newspaper and magazine advertisement Roses, Red *___________*_______-- $5.00, S7J50, $10.00 per doz.
nan' surrounded through which will be reached fully Ro es, White and Pink ___________u $''.00. $5.00 per doc.
[ of their''little American B-autle _________________ $15.00, ,$18.00 per dos.
a L in ; one-half of the families in the United States with Carnation!, White and Pink ________.11.50 doz.
f' $4 trus i the story of the superiority of Florida 'gr pefruit Lilies of die Valley __.____--__r____ 91.00 .
1 .1 o of well-being and oranges-the Exchange is distributing.. hundreds Fader Lilies _.,:,-.-.-,----------..;:-- $3.00 . per do* #'
true enjoy the of thousand, of piece of other'attractive advertising .Carnations, Red .._.,.-.,..'-.--.,*-- $2.00 $2.50 per doz. '' .
$3.00 ,. ,
----'aa.------: 100
Sweet Peas per
,.,rl y .hj o the we knew that matter. A recipe book beautifully designedwith Double Violet---------------_,___*..- $3.00 -- ._ per 100' .' 4'
t t'% in' in\ have Ao organiz- ''illustrations of fruit in natural colors and Narcissus __________________________ $1.00 per dos
g t ; >. ft Ky lIow>. that each of telling how to prepare the fruit for the table in MISS JEAN CALDWELL. Agent. 307 CHURCH ST. PHONE 83. jOOOOOOOOO
H e There is some many appetizing dishes has also been published nad OOOOOOOOO.OO OOOO .oo ooooooooo.OOOO.. ).
t. glad with only will be sent into at least 100,000( homes. Dealeit
v h o, Old Santa -- -"-- -- -
'r ous handling:!! "Sealdsweet" fruit are to be supplied by -----
ii e f"to Santa Claus to the Eichange'with store cards, etc.. in colors, to P ,;
G'4''} :, .' hope be missed unless focus the minds of buyers on the Florida orange !
J '
I t ben I and grapefruit which have been called to their att .. -
f- $ ) I .. .'are* with but a tention through the newspapers magazines and
f' j t : spend for the booklets.
? *.. ued in t;, :.. '.,.d "

s :w Y r ' ,uci., they will mean' For

v. + Yr'5 44 .. the lean DOLLAR DOWN, DOLLAR A WEEK LAND ,
of work, some - Books

:re to keep the The Florida Grower aptly puts into print the
( lend who dreams of fact in one of the greatest drawbacks* to Florida's I Bibles

r l r ;-. ', j r ,. continued prosperity in the following: Testaments

i Said a visitor to the Grower office this week:
', \ '{You are perfectly right in declaring against the 1 Fine

. riter of in the fol dollar-down,,dollar-a-week land proposition They i

A ri Pan. i iri. the to the bring to Florida a class of people who. while they Stationery ;:
"',{ i' ha newspapers: may be good men and good citizens usually do \ '
?" the eat;,"r"We not land here with enough capital to make their (1 1 1/ \\\ Kodaks "

c t roy j but. thus venture a success, and when they fail they are ( Kodak }

." none, < naturally bitter toward Florida and its people andas te a.
Santa- III
the remittance from the Northto
a soon a* comes Albums
+ t ,4.i..4jr
;; :; : : ; take them back home again they become the Seal. .. .' Ii IiT
jr L (caualic', palace hardest knockers against all things Floridian. I 11// Clay wood .. $J '

1'r' bet'fj ;:but the toll; find another thing and that i is the colony companies ..s I t

qi '..jtas'begun V: Santa. with high-class lands do not sell on these II Ards PotteryLeather .}

f.tha'past; year term, and while the dollar-down promoter may
8T I ba' I- have good land many of them have not and ,so Seal Wax ;

'" l: ; J'a bank' reindeer. the intending settler is up against it from Jwo Seta Pillows ;, : :,
owner*,widi I letter. angles-lack of money and land hardly fitted, or t ta; *

'iiif 'tU, bribery: desire- at ]least not always the best, for the end he hat .suePaper Memo Books : / I'n
t aptly i" I quicker- in view. I know that some good land ha' been J '
h ltt' use .:Charley wire? bought under that very plan. In fact. I'm buying I 1 11 Napkins .. Parker t

e 4 awe'at J I Santa tome now myself but I don't like it because the Boxes ."I"
Fountain ; 1"
f5 appeal for the who
-h to eat. reaches; out very man cannot ,
Mamma. afford to take it up. Let' try to reform the land Pens ; I
4'4Y .: ',.-q i '* feet. business of Florida a* a whole to the end' that III II 'it--II

s :i\'e'la Papa we'may. drive the faker out and avoid the noto- Moccasins

t .. f',1iabl.; l 10, that come from exposures of land swindles ',
w, }. J ra1d.' :! I 4ha{ tend to make the name of 'Florida the stockb Pictures f.. :
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't with 'a'1'. know. 's for joke by vaudeville comedian and .II:'" ,i
J fa,/ alleged funny: newspaper I am glad to state that ,.."../ .,
_; ;' .I to: I CMtffma*'Dot; now able to point out one single concern ') I.

'YP';; I' Si 'arPt ';: now advertising. largely in either northern or CO TOWinnerSawyer : ".
t; : be; broken. would; \ I !
+ y ; local'paper, that I unhesitatingly even .
., I paid. s1 : o. Dd i .myself wa .a land shark though "som-of them .' 1"

.. .0 = rPi ] ] met-: drive. :.tlae' long bow mighty hard and paint picture t. Co., : 1\\,
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H' of the 0. B.: Lawson. family,'Budai', at. 'WverOak, ....\.orpnlHd tie North ;.- wer edo.Ud'-'-
r cI a8er" florid Good'Roads' Club,''which,has endorsing the. route of t$. oW 1

St: Cloud Department Nettle: Haye" spent tiU.,wek-ond: ;;at for Its ob' construction of a trail from, Mobile to.PensaoohTallahassee '' "'1 1utiou
home. ; continuous highway from Tallahasseetor to JackaoncHle. f' */!'

Mr.H' little Mildred Jacksonville.-.- At a recent,meeting Joan 'of Are 'could, not, Of ,wHe., '
are few with J. :i \ t
r ndillg' a days ;'" ; i.
w.? :NEWS AND NOTES OF K.' HUliarTand family i iI 4 ::ir. '
FROM OUR Mr Peeland'Mr. : ,' .
&; / -, ,:and Mrs. Floyd; N NONOtt ' .ot.
SPECIAL'CORRESPONDENT Fttren. rnvtoredrfdown' from ,Orlandoto .. ;: : .
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social ;
attend the box -
night. r 1 1t ,
ins't Mrs. Peel 'and little Mary Etta remained ;1 : "n.R., .S. S. JONES,, ': : I IJ ,i.: ",; .' '+ '
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.,; Wiles"'' .andMrs..... W., H.. Bullard, oft' and seconded' by Councilman Scranton and for friends.a ten days', ,visit.with; *relatives ': t DAVKNPORT: ION ORA.DfTAt'B k, I .-"' : I: .,.,F
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'.. r, ,spend the -wiiiternwith Thursdaya that communication from' Hi C I. Messrs. Gary Baa'nd' W'F Fortenberry CHIROPRACTOR .. .: -. : "
r. ,brother Hartley, with motored out from Kissim : : .: .e : "
J. F. Dullard of street : ,:
Cloud. gasoline tank under the <
laid s
t' '
'S Y G- mee Sunday afternoon and called., on PRONOtmOBD, KI-KO-PKACVXDR) 'r'. ;
; W. Woodward who over until next. ,
has been meeting: Buckmaster their lady friends. '-' l' ,r
(I ,c Ij., pending some time with friends in yea; Cummings,: yea; Farris, yea; I Edna, Lassie is the' name' of the ROOM NO.7NEW RIVERS ntJItDlNO ," ., .,.:. .
South Dakota arrived home last Kenney, Scranton : SPECIALIST 'ON NERVOUS AND DISEASES ,
Wed yea! ; yea. little Miss who came to make her CHRONIC : ,
T nesday evening. Moved by Councilman Riffs and i home with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Floydof Will be in Kissimmee Office from 9 to .12:80 .Tuesdays, Thursdays O. 1 .J

'1, /', Miss Annie Carson of Kissimmee seconded by Councilman Scranton Kissimmee last wek. "Grandma" and Saturdays, ," ', : ' f: .' .
,it spent Tuesday: in our city.denberg that the clerk be instructed to order Barber who has been visiting in town The.only method to relieve disease Is to remove the cause-this '2" ,
.,#/ :;/ There will be a dance at the Van- one car of 'beat white marl: Buck- .for two week., returned to her home ,. the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments of the' spinal nervos." '.
fr) boat house Sunday afternoon. Consultation and examination free. : -\," 01'
Thursday night.' master, yea; Cummings yea; Farris, j'm'
J.. t Mrs. Ed George entertained 1- Mr. and Mrs.'Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. ,' ..
'ti 600 club last Wednesday evening. ,y Moved: Kenney by Councilman; Buckmaster, yea ''Fel''UOland Mre..Wlulanlon.! of St. .*.SS ..oe .. M > M++.MitM Mt .0.. >sNNN 4+.',44>t.4 : ., 1\(. .

': Mrs. Albert left' ont" and seconded by Councilman Farris Cloud,*wore pleasant callers at the c ,

eviyGofor Owassa win left that petition for sidewalk on Jersey C. H. Funk home Sunday afternoon. : ,'s .. ,' yl
/' ii and for Iowa avenue from Eleventh street to Four'teenth Miss Callle SulUvan of East Lake :, 0'
; on Monday.Dr. street be laid over until next spent Friday night with Mrs. Nellie FOR SALE--CASH PREFERRED "
:t' : Christie, who has ben meeting. passed. 'Wetherbee. She attended the box i 0'
4 some time here, left Monday ending '(ftera a'. Association.The : 'social at the school house in the '
simmee, where''he will spend sime Veterans Association met as evening.Mrs. Three Lots located in residence :portion of: )
p time. usual in the G. A. R. hall Saturday Sprang, Mrs. Funk and Mrs. Jl.
}, .F' Lawrence Worcester arrived hime afternoon December llth with the McClain called on Mrs. Green on Wed- St. Cloud, Florida, north of railroad, within : .

,:" I Tuesday morning from Stetson University president, W. Frank Kenney, in the nesday afternoon. Mrs. Green and easy distance of business of town Shade'
\ t for the chair.All sang "America" ant Rev children are the guests of J. K. Hil- part I .m' 0,
4'Y' Miss Mildred Howe who waa In- Brown offered a fervent prayer for Bard and family.Mr. afforded by pine timber. 75 foot front by ,150 ; ,;
Forden Miss Harris Mr. 'Rat-
; j. jured some time ago by from everybody. The following announcements '
f t',+ J.. a horse died Monday. Funeral services were made: A Xmas tree and .ley and Miss Bessie Lawson motored foot. depth. Plenty of room for a Home: : h 4tisk
\ : wen held Tuesday afternoon in food sale by the Priscilla club In old down from Pine Castle Sunday afternoon ''
r ,the Presbyterian church. G. A. R. hall Friday, Dec. 17th. The and called at the G. B. Law- Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.: ,- 'Oi
The Odd Fellows of St. Cloud will revival meetings at the M. E. churchin son home.C. m: : .
hold their annual banquet at their charge of Mrs Mabel L. Stetson M. Smith, wife and daughter r .. - : : : o' ,
hall over the postoffice on Wednesday a woman evangelist of great power I called on Mrs. George Haye and family ... m ,
i evening December 22nd. All Odd and winning personality.The Tuesday evening .
1 Fellows are invited and a large num- chairman anounced Ohio day I Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee and Nel- The Season's'Favorit ? 'I I ,
ber of special invitations have been was a complete success; also the loss 'lie and Ira Wetherbee. called at theJ. s 4ry; '.k "."
t issped. The unusually low price of of a pins and the fact that the ladle K. Hilliard home Wednesday even /1.
twenty-five cents a plate will be aid of the Christian church were hav- ing. mMr. PREMIER SALAD' DRESSING IOe and 2Sc .. .
charged. After the banquet a social ing a sale of St. Cloud souvenirsIn and Mrs. Mathews visited with c: f
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Sunday after- CLOVER BLOOM : .a" "
entretainment has been arranged. the old hall this afternoon BUTTER 37c l'L'r
j i' _, E. A. Cooper left on Tuesday morn- Mrs. Phoebe DePew said the Ladies noon. ; .e' \
ing for Honolulu, Hawaii after a Aid of the M. E. church would hold I Miss Edith Niswonger: visited hersister 1 ; .
pleasant visit with his father and their 'third annual bazaar and serve Miss Iva, Friday and Satur HINTS TO ECONOMICAL BUYING > .*' :O".J:
mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cooper. lunch in the hall on Tuesday Dec. 14. day. They attended the social Friday
Mrs. Nellie Chase scent Wednesdayat These newcomers were introduced: I night. I 18 Ibs. Granulated Sugar ____ $1.00 Dos Baby Pet Milk -____,... .45 j :

Orlando.Mr. N. W. Beauchamp, of the 14th Indi- Brother Austin, of East Lake will' 4 Ibs. Urn Brown Sugar ____ .25 Peck Irish Potatoes ________?.. .35 '
> and Mrs. C.'E. Carlson and Mr.: ana Battery, said he and his sister preach at the school house Sunday 18 Ibs. Whole Grain Rice ____ 1.00 Cranberries, Ib. _.. ,. .15 '
December 26th. -------- ,
I and Mrs. J. H. Ferguson and Mrs. were here to stay as they liked our BUTTERINE .25 Jumbo _____ . : .10 < a
Tom Williamson motored to Milliards town and thought we had a Wonde Everett Smith spent Sunday at Celery ____ .. ... ;
"Onion" Center.: Lard Compound, Ib__________ .11 "
4/ Island and Kissimmee or\ Sunday. City indeed. Comrade Beauchamp i if
Mr. Hawthorne, of Kissimmpe, an evangelist and pastor from Colby Jack Hughey, Gordon Munn and Pare Leaf Lard ___________ ..1213 / .:. o
spent Wednesday in our city. Kansas. Dick Lawson visited John Geerdes I Ibs. Cala Evaporated Peaches...25 W. have the Host complete> stock J r

t Minutes of the meeting held De James M. Sharp t Co. C., 32 Wig. and wife. Sunday afternoon.Mr4. 69-70 California Prunes .10 of seasonable family groceries 1 la. .O-
Smith and Evelyn called
cember 13th 1916. Infantry, said he to be with his on --
likes \
cools Co. We sell for cash"" d"as
.'. Council met in regular sesion with old comrades. That's why he came. Mrs. Munn and Mrs. Williams! Mon- 4I -S0 California Prunes .tL: _.12lf. a.

the following members present: W. Comrade Wm. H. Bullard and wife day afternoon. Sun Cored Apricots _______.2.121/. we have BO credit bills to charge to our

) N. Garner pres.; O. L. Buckmaster, are here from Niles Mich. He is a Extra Fine Apricots _______. /. cash customers w. can undersell all ... .
L. W. Farris! J. I. Cummings F. B. brother of our fellow, townsman, .00P ...O..O.OOOOOto 11 oz. Seeded Raisins-- ______ .10 \totters, where qnalty b.considered .ai -iq 1 b I a'
Kenney and E. E. Scranton. James F. Bullard and 'served three 0 o
IS ox. Seeded Raisins ________ .12 Fetch year mail order pnee.Jiat aloafand 1
, Minutes of previous meetings read yeari, three months and 10 days ,in CAMPBELL ITEMS 0 pt
I and approved. Dan Sickles' Brigade. His wife Introduced 0 DATES compare U yon give M :yourholiday
! ; Mayor Garner recommended that herself by quoting those OOO"'O'OO""OO'6'O'OOo'l A DIME orders yonll have money left

"t Ordinance No. 10, section 116 relat words so oft repeated, "blest be the Mr. Horace Brown and wife arrived Vi lb. Lowney's Chocolate: ____ .10 to buy something ..... a ,, t tw
+' ing to hotel solicitors, be amended to tie that "binds our hearts in Chris here Monday to spend Christmas-' % lb. Home Sweet Chocolate: .10 We an the price makers.1
include all people. tian love. ,.
Moved by Councilman Farris and S. J. Scriber introduced his sister among relatives and friends. 'I k

seconded by Councilman Cummings Mrs. Mary Spencer by saying' she hadmarried Wtf are having some cool and pleas- TAYLOR'S 1 w .
J. the the report of the clerk for November an old comrade of his but ant weather now. 1 ;

f.- ...' be accepted and placed on file. was a widow now. She had come to Our teacher is busy drilling the i PHONE 250 QUICK DELIVERY F, ,
Buckmaster. yea; Cummings yea; escape the cold of the northern win- children for the Christmas entertain .
., Farris yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton ters.Thos. ment as we expect to have a Christmas 1 d 1
S. May sergeant Co. A., let tree in the Campbell Baptist :
yea.Moved by Councilman Farris and Vermont Cavalry said he and his church. Everyone is invited to at-
seconded by Councilman Cummings good wife are here for the winter and 4
1 that the rule be suspended that visitors expect to come back alP they highly tend.Mrs.. Mary Kvner and son returned
; might address the council. Yea, appreciate the extreme cordiality and home last week after visiting her SPECIAL ATGILBERT'S ; -
kindness of our people. They came mother, Mrs. Rhoda Lucas. ,; -
all.Mr.. O. J. Tomlinson addressed the from Athens, Bradford Pa. L5--
county. : :
v council with reference to a crossing B. F. Parker came from Owendale. Rev. E. Lee Smith of Orlando, con- I H .

being' placed over the railroad at Illinois Mich., and served four years andeight ducted two fine sermons here Sunday. H -, dJ
avenue. months in the 3rd Mich. Cav. He Miss Lassie Bright returned to
k Mr. J. F. Farris with reference to' is well pleased with us. Orange Center last weke. !
Tyr, t street paving assessment and hotel Mrs. Purcell, from Plymouth lad., : Miss Ruth Acree was in our city
I'I'sollcltore. spoke as being .happy to be counteda Sunday to attend church.Mr. 1'
r President Garnerleft the meetingIn St. Cloudite. Her husband servedin I Bert Garrett is gathering his SATURDAY MONDAY TUESDAY -
M charge. of 3. I. Cummings,, pre prom Ben Harrison's company. .oranges this week. : :
Comrades G. Woodward and i '
Mrs. Dan Lanier visited her sister
;', Moved by ,Councilman. Buckmaster Price, were glad' to be back with us Mrs Joel,*Ya teg, Monday ,, ;arid, WEDNESDAY .
and seconded by Councilman Scranton once more. Capt J. N. Johnson .of I Messrs. Alex Branson Robert ,Lanier ,
>, that the president pro tem. .ppoint a Kentucky said he had read much and Francis Brown went on a . .. .
committee of three to confer with J. :, about us and had come see for him- little hunt Tuesday. (-
F. Farris, E. G. Farris and A. E. self. He has bronchial trouble and i Something unusual for theholidaYI:
Drought with reference to a compro- hopes our climate will help it. He
mise In the matter of street paving was one of the 109 officers who escaped M
buyers. Here the :
assessments. Buckmaster. yea; Cummings through Libby prison tunnel. are bargains we

yea; Farris yea; .Kenney nay; lie said it took nerve to enlist from
Scranton, yea. his country. He is stopping at Mrs.Smith's offer for 4 DAYS ONLY: >* -1 j : ;
The president eippointed Councilmen on Florida and 15th. t, .
Kenney, Buckmaster and Scran- Comrade Goodfellow, Co. G, 146 N. : ; 1
t Y., was bashful and didn't say much. :
by Councilman Buckmaster Comrade C. K. Harris, Co. C., 31st 0., IN SANTA'S DEPARTMENT WE HAVE At
and seconded by Councilman Scran- said this was his second trip here. He
ton that the judgment against the was under 16 years of age when he Folding Doll Carts, Rubber Tires, $5.00 Value for .r $4.00

Seminole Land & Investment Co. for enlisted and served under Pap Thomas. Folding Doll Carts, Robber Tires 3,50 Value for 3.00 -n--
sidewalk on Kentucky avenue and I). B. Slaybaugh came from Ohio 4t( ?
t Eleventh street be discounted 20 per last Thursday Aid he and two brothers Folding DoQ|| Carts, Rubber Tires, 3.00 Value for Z50 ;'

cent. Buckrnaster yea; Cummings, enlisted in 1862 for three years or y .. Folding Doll Carts, Rubber Tires, 2.50 Value for 2.00 ---J
yea; FarrU, yea; Kenney yea; Scranton during the war. One of his brothers rA ;
yea. was killed by his side at Cold Har Folding Doll Carts, Rubber Tire. 2.00 Value for 1501.00'; :

Mr. J. P. Welcker addressed the bor. lie served in the 138th P. G. Folding Doll Carts, 1.50 Value for -
council with reference to a portion of Social Hour.
the west end of the city that had Mrs. DePew had charge' of the fol- Folding Doll Carts,, .75 Value for -.' -p t h"

been fenced in for cattle range. Also lowing excellent program: Vocal Solo J Character Dolls, 16 in. $75 Value for : "ry
.. $ .5i) T
suggested that a street light be placed by Alec Durham, entitled "When the > j
at Penna. avenue and the railroad. Bell in the Lighthouse Rings Ding "Be sure to Character Dolls, 17 in. 1.00 Value for .. ..75

r Mr. Welcker was advised that the I.. Dong. This was 'so well appreciatedby Character Dolls, 11 in. .25 Value for .zz' !
fence in th.e west end would be re- : the audinece he came back and :
moved. *" i sand "Roaming in the Gloaming." bring me a Dressed Dolls, 16 in. .65 Value for .sO kY

Ordinance prescribing the salariesof 1 Mr. Spaulding recited "The Eman- Dressed Dolls, 18 in. .75 Value for ., 5'uDressed
certain officers of the city was cipation of Woman. Miss Goldie Victrola"That's
read the third time. Roll call on final Groves had to recite two humorous Dolls, 18 m. 1.00 Value for J5; ., '; ,'

passage of salaries ordinance: Buck- selections to appease her audience. i'ic Christmas Dressed Dolls, 18 in. 1.22 Value for -. 1.00; *.
master, yea; Cummings, yea; Farris Hatton Tillis gave two numbers on t mes- '
e nay; Kenney, yea; Scranton, yea. tho banjo that leased. Mr. Cart- sage la Sartz; Caus: from thousands One Only Rocker Horse, Value $5.00 for ': ._ 4pD'; "
Ordinance designating the manner wright and B. G. Sill recited "Betsy .
Florida avenue j and I cf little hearts. . kt
of improvements on Disagree and Make Up. Mr. ;; .'
Cartright came back and recited And with Victrolas from $15 Men's Hats '
read.Moved up-to-date fine, nothing held back n'
$2.00 $3,00
by Councilman Buckmaster "Paddle Your Own Canoe Little to .
and seconded by Councilman Kenney Iq j Edith Harrod pleased and entertained to $350 it's easy to &gratify the values for 1.00. : : i" .:. 1
that Florida avenue ordinance be read with two piano selections. E. A. Fleeced :
r Undershirts, SOC value for 4k '
,, the second time and by unanimous Cooper of Honolulu Hawaii, a son of wish.A ; .

'f consent put on the third reading and our townsman C. E. S. Cooper gavea Victrola not only pleasesthe Fleeced Drawers SOt value for :; <, ,..., :!. {:f45e .' ,
final Buckmaster ; Cummings few parting words to his children, Lit helps to educate "
passage. many A few dozes of Ladies'
pairs SLoes
i' yes; Farris yea. ; Kenney. yea; friends ere leaving on his 7,000 .mile them ,, small sizes, 2V4; 34. .values
to an appreciation of nil $Z.SO to $3.00 for .' .
Scranton yea.Roll journey home.The ..; .. ( :75 : .
final chaos best in .., << '
call on passageBuck- meeting. closed with evi music ,,' ;
t' master yea; Cummings yea; Farris, singing t two verses of the in and .. d
yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton yea. Spangled Banner" Stop getacquainted NEW LOT TABLE' WARE, UP-TO-DATE PATTERNSTable > )'
t- Resolution ordering sidewalk con- John M. Anderson Sec'y. with the r
w> strutted on the East side of Florida wonderful Victrola. Plate, 9 ill, 75c value for '- ., ,.. 'J; vV: \ 65c"

'avenue from Tenth and read.street to Sixth :. .. oo.oo.oo.oooo..o. Easy term can be Table Plates, 8 im, 65c value for ,. .' .. ,*, ,,.\( Ijt.t'SSc, :'
;:\ street presented if -
and arranged _de ird. Cup and Saucer to match 75c value for .. "
1 1 \ by Councilman O UNION CENTER vO ; !,, -65c- '
** seconded Farris ,
,' y-r by Councilman that 4 ., -Y ..' ; ,*
". .Jrthe above resolution be adopted asp .0..0000000000.0..0. .. NOW IS THE TIME TO .SAVE MONEY-ON TOPRHOLIDAY., 1 ar
.. R. Brown
Buckmaster yeai; Cummings, DeWitt
"k' yea; Farris, yea;, Kenneyyea. ; Scran- The box social was a success from, THAT YOU
"start to ,A short Kissimmee Fla. CAN BUY MORE FROM OUR BIG' 4 0i
"e U ton..yea.J < finish programwas ...... :ASSORTMENTTOR/ tESS ;
l i:". "President his: returned. '";. ** *?and returned -, after;given which by the the audience: social was committee favored{ n. ..... MONEY THAN ANY OTHER; STORE: Of: TOWN.f:.. ,&,{; JGLLBtL i d ly

:Moved by Councilman Bnckmaster 9y 'mule.on the irraphophone. The viw.tstv.ataif ( .. ; ,M1
\ land ;.seconded .by t Councilman Farris amount received for-,the boxes was : .
'that\tan1,extra* scavenger be employ. '12030.' St. Cloud,.Kissimmee. ; : ( : -''. '.r i

7. Sr> 'od at $40'per month as1 long's.he is ""and;;Ease Lake were Well'. ... it t'J"' 4 .
a R''T ,'
needed.: Buckmaster; yea Cummings4 rented, of thanbdu. / e'Ii':
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Farris, jreaj K.enney, yea Scran-- Nlswongsrand'her'pupils for \ ,.'j
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'.'4'. "' an, ordinance'b4,:drawn ,to"''haves. lots, showing thatvtime?.and". labor. ., .; !,,.(..-.. ..JJ''Lj"" ; > ',4.'of.. \ ... ,' '''. ." . /. ,. ?/ ; s
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t : : ; ' Tbe'- nde'III'11e4'''' ., associate, aims lll'' a 'par" valu:*,:.f. O A.; Hundred /

themselves Dollar. each. : _
.. together for the purpose ofbecoming (1100.60)
,, 1 Incorporated", under, the. Jaws. Any part or all of said stock May b. MLfHODIST CHURCH CHOIRr
of Flogtda.. payable either In cash or In property,
iartlel. 11.1 labor- or acrvloe at a Just valuation
iX a ,0-. The name1'' of this shall to he flax by the Incorporators hi ,
be MOUTH FLORIDA CATTLE COMPANY the directors at a meeting to be called . r
;' Its principal office and"placeof for Such purpose; and .the Jud"'m.nt ot a.,; I '. !
business ahall b. In the ol such Incorporator or director a* :ao "
'. :BeI1. ,,';Jdit.!: ....). .... N ..hmmee Osceola County pity the the value of such property,. I labor or (Continued from Page L) : ,'tI ,JI
..' ,,' ,. i. State of FlorIda, and Its buslnes shall services shall In the absence of fraud '
be conducted elsewhere In the State be conclusive open ..tookhold.r.d"r" I I. Prelude .. Piano' : '<, : ""h I.f
of. Florida,' or In other Utates andCountrlea all! dealing, with the Company: r "
M1 patrasol. 4. vane,Gaut. i. .e.dltesa through other offlcea The : . capital stock may be Mitt Thomason ' .Z
otherwise, Issued and paid for at Such time or .
,. branches agencies or aj chorus : .
: tII. Eiitor''foi'peLUcatioa I is"tbese colossi maybe necessary or convenient. time. ana upon such term and conditions 2. Praise the Great Redeemer -. .,. .:;.... ;
. Arllel S. aa the Board of Director. may Choi
The general nature of the business determine; and It may be increased ; "< 1J'
or businesses. to -be transacted by said from limb to time, beyond the amount: 3. It Speak to the World . Tenor Solo ant Chorut : ':
i e i o 01 M i It i e.. t e I.'.i . Company as follow.: stated la the manner provided by law. and ChoirGod i."' ; \
To breed raise Import export: deal Article. Mr. Prentii / ,
w In cattle, horse, hogs, and domestic The Corporation shall have succession . '> ,'."
R$ work. Delicious home-made candieswere sheep t"
I and chorus
? animals and livestock of all by Its corporate name perpetual. 4. Hath Given a Son Bats Solo : : ; .1 ; ;';
t lee Wool- served as refreshments. kinds and to carry on a general livestock and la to exist perpetually. 1"f
entertainedDaughters Those present were: Mesdames grating and: agricultural; I':>usiness. : Article B, Mr. Weaver and Choir. "i" '; \'

r Lesley. F.' A. Souders, Paver, J. J.Woodall . The business of the Corporationshall 5. While Shepherds Watched Soprano and Tenor Solo I
To produce, purchase, sell and deal be conducted by a President, a .
.l t on'Brack Joe Woodall, Glover, H. M.
In of the farm and'dairy, Vice-President a Secretary and Treasurer Miss Griffin Mr. Armstrong and Choir 'ii'
,; ,+ all products ,
s The., Pfann 1i Morrow : 't
bouse W. and Misses and all articlea. goods and: merchandise and a Board of Directors consistIng '
+ T ;, roses and Jessie Boston, Margaret La slay and produced prepared or manufactured of not less than three nor more 6. Star of Bethlehem Trio: Soprano, Tenor and Baritone. ,,1 i
; from such than five members. ; and the number of .r. .. "
producta. .
,pleasous Roberta Bronson. '
very "
Min Roberion Mr. Prentis Mr. Regero . .
To carry on the business of wholesale I be fixed by the stock
r r The club will be entertained tomorrow g ;.t.raln.::
and retail dealers In meat and the from time tc ,:
salad, tea and afternoon by rljs. J, N. Brat- meat products and to operate In con time. The same person may hold two 7. The Dawning -Contralto Solo 'uMr. I.: 4
'Those ton. meat products and to operate In connection or more offices, except that the President Weaver ", ,,'
pres- H'
therewith slaughter houst..stocksyarda and the Treasurer shall not be ,
and. LottiaildrLae ENTERTAINMENT and live-atock ranches, also to the same person.The Salvation Tenor Solo and Quartet ,\
'$ LITERARY manufacture all kind. of food and-food following named persons shall 8. He Cams to Give -
:.1 1LCra- The Hart Memorial Woman's Club products and to operate and maintain be the officers to conduct the business Miss Gilbert Mr. Prentis, Mrs. Weaver. Mr. Weaver 'I' 4
tanneries, cold storage warehouses Ice of the Company until the officers, who'
will entertainment at .
r Miss Reich- rive a literary canning factories. fertiliser shall be elected: 1 at the first election of 9. Born In Manger SopranQ Solo and Chorus .
the Chapter House every Tuesday evening I factories and other factories and all officers of said Company shall b" a '
during: the winter, beginningnext buildings needed for the conduct of qualified: Miss Griffin and Choir
IRLSwar. has such business. J. R. Donegan President;
Dr. Christie who
Tuesday. Tenor Solo and Chorus
Charles Donegan. Vice-President; 10. The Light of Glory -
To acquire by purchase or otherwlae. ;
...delightturday spent several years in Turkey, will Pat Johnston Secretary and Treasurer
after- lecture on his experiences in that own, lease,d.mbo's: ; ;;::; exchange of.- i ; Mr. Armstrong and Choir tI

tat her country since the beginning of the trade and deal. In real estate or olber'property. and director.each of said three persons shall bea 1 II. The Menage - . - Duet. Tenor and Baritone, S .,

The'girlsthe war next Tuesday and a musical program survey, personal. subdivide or mixed.To -Oat.. Improve, Such director and officer hall. b.. Mesirs. Prentis and Regero
: after- will be rendered. The public and develop lands for purposes. or sale elected annually the! second Tue.- ,. '
,pent sass and especially visitor in the city are or otherwise, and to do and performall : day the of January 1 17.Article of. each year beginningIn 12. The Light of All the World Chorus '

.++ ty refresh cordially invited. Program begins at Improvement things needful and for management the development.of the year .. Choir

and cake wereGuardian 7:45. same for residences: trade: or business.To The said Corporation shall adopt anappropriate
seal, and shall" adopt ByLaws Solo-
wSURPRISE 13. Voices Soprano
were 1 Angel -
conduct a general real estate, for the government of It* affalrfl
Mat- PARTY- surety and insurance agency and brokerage not Inconsistent with its article of Miss Roberson < .
t 1 define Grace One of the most pleasant social business, and to act mm agent, Incorporation and Its laws of the State
i" Ada Louise events -of the season was a surprise broker, or attorney In fact, for any of Florida, which By-Laws may be 14. Lead Me Final Chorus
firms In
4 ; and Lois 'party_ given by Mrs. J. L. Overstreetand Persons:: ll pledging or corporations and dealing In. amended vided. In said or repealed By-l aw*as. may be pro- Duet Soprano and Tenor Duet, Contralto and Baritone +

1Jotttlprsl, ., e Mrs. H. M. Pfann In honor of the real or .personal property, or Its accessories. Article 7. Miss Roberson and Mr. ArmstrongMrs.
( g't birthday anniversary of Miss Helen The. highest,. amount of Indebtednessor
LUER HOSTESS To carrv.on the trade of general. liability to which the Corporation Weaver and Mr. Weaver and Choir
Bass Friday evening.The dealer. In merchandise and supplies can at any time subject Itself shall be
nIa',Tiller 1 entertained the hostesses entertained the members on the co-operative plan. Thirty Thousand Dollars.
tnentbera her Sunday...chool class of the Sunday school orchestra'; otlIcakrlrnyd'n: and undertake any Business Article N.
last Saturday, afternoon home undertaking transaction or operation The names. and residence of thesubscribing -- -- --- .. ---- ..;
at her of the Methodist church at the same commonly carried on or undertaken Incorporator, togetherwith -V V'" Beaumont, avenue .When the boys time. by promoters Investors nnsnclers. the number of shares of the au
first arriTed they eeJo yed'a peanut The guests met at the home of contractors, merchants, commission thorised capital stock subscribed foray '
bunt and later men and agents, and In the course each, are as. follows
played the Belle Harris and wentin
.games on Miss Mattie of such business to draw accept, endorse ;J R. Donegan, Deer Park Florida
lawiC Delicious 'refresnYn bnta of ice a body to the home of Miss Basson acquire, and sell: all' or any negotiable 10 share '
aroam eak., candy and fruit were Church street. The orchestra was or transferrable Instrumentsand Charles Donegan Deer Park, Florida StoorsSchacfcrClothes

n.rved : Thos' preast re Clyde playing as the party led by Mrs. \ bond.securities.noteT and Including bills of exchange.To :debentures. Pat C Johnston share Kissimmee. Florida. 6

Evana, pI a I Makinson, Overstreet, with a birthday cake with purchase, acquire :''.lt'tho..wt'O assign share. 1
; :
f Eft. Leroy and Cecil Mc- eighteen candles on it., entered the transfer and dispose Signatures of Incorporator:
and bonds and other evidences of In- I
ggela linlln Sny'I house. Miss Helen received a numberof Indebtedness of any corporation domestic J. DONROANPAT
pretty handkerchiefs from the girls or foreign and to Issue In exchange JOHNSTON.
D* : . and a beautiful chafing dish from the therefor It. stocks, bond., orother -
UDis obligationsTo State of Florida )
'boys. A "nut" contest was enjoyed
acquire own lease mortgage -
T eO being: during the evening in which Mr. Huff- convey .sell and dispose of any County of Osceola ) ) SB.
r, of the mines. minerals, ores, mineral oils of
' man received the prize, a pen all mining and mineral oil TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.HK .
tor to the The color scheme of red and green rights.n'd: ; metalliferous lands and IT KNOWN. That before me. the
aye: was carried out in the refreshments.There any Interest. therein, and to explore, undersigned. officer duly authorised
t. Cloudy with work exercise, develop the .same and under the Laws of the Htate of FlorIda SHOESHighest
card each plate
was a on take.
to manufacture and transport. all to administer oaths and ac-
y or its the following menu: peanut sand- kinds of ores, metals, and minerals and knowledg menu. this day .personallyappeared
r enter- wiches, squirrel salad, nut cake and products thereof.To J R. Donegan. Charles Don
last and egan and Pat Johnston each to me
giren establish\ construct operate
the oth-
puritan punch on one aide, on conduct turpentine farms and stills, well known and known to me to be
t H ments are er Helen Virginia Baser 18971915. shingle mills, saw. mill., hotels, electric the Individuals described In and who
( 1 to Those present were Misses Lola and lighting and nower plants! exchanges subscribed their name to the foregoing i Quality
..upper.. :
Helen and systems, tramways log Proposed Charter and each severally -
Lottie Lawler, Ouida Malloy, roads. dredging and drainage plants acknowledged to and before me
., t novelts Jones, Lilian Prentis Dotsie Thomas, and water works and 'sewerage that lie executed the same for the purposes -I '
,I; I' part Mattie Belle Harris, Orpha Ron, Eth- pants:and systems: and to manufacture therein expressed and as their'ree '' Largest Assortment
"' and voluntary act and deed.
S In crosstiesand
ed. and deal lumber
I el-Gilbert, Penh Clark. Gladys Cas- WITNESS hand and official. seal
ati ,, naval stores of all kinds. my
tative, ler, Leona and Ethel Roberson, Nettie To acquire, purchase catch. take. at Klsslmmee.. Osce-ola County Florida
our to Newton Maurine Dann, Marie Boyd, buy export,O dl.p'eoC.paac.'d':' : distribute sell fish, pn D. 1913.this the 16th day of December, A. I At Right Prices ,

Alice Mesrs. Harper
Maud Wagner, S. CADEL.Notary. .
*j of all kinds and generally to engageIn JOHN
a 1 Caster Earle Cowger, Will Mason the nab business. Public, State of Florida.
pt by Tiller Russel Cole Arthur Jarrell, To build buy. sell equip operate I My commission expires 3-6-18.

t 1 r Charges, Persons, ?fat .Carson:: Gwynn and Ing own vessels steamships, motor launches steamboata.powerboats sail ;JOHNSTON Attorney* for UARKETT.Incorporator B2-5t Experienced Shoe Fitting .

trt Crawford, A. W. Gus ( s, Ralph Beard and other. boats and property to
? tertalned Roy Graves, Jimmy Huffman, be used In business, trade commerceand
navigation and construct and
H i Walt reBassr Murray Oyerstreet J. L operate piers' ;docks' wharves ware STATESBORO MINISTER
reason. ventreet, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bass, houses and terminals; .In connectionwith ;

1, 'n Y Mr.___Smith.. ,. purchase such, and business.To to any do .and any all and other all other businesses GETS REAL HELP I IReT. Superba Cravats 50c and $1.00

nlowed acts and things. and to exercise. any

to be presented to the mer- I and necessary, all other expedient powers or which convenient may be In J. Powell Tells How He Found

.. chants of that city. By this method I connection with, or In, addition to the New Strength to Give to Knox Hats Lion Collars Lion Shirts
hereinbeforespecified *
it is planned to eliminate the many I business and Ills Labors. .
', fake advertising schemes and to keep : which this a natural person law er a* Rev J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., '

the greater part of th.' advertising fully or.rlon3f exercise any suffered from stomach troubles so seriously QUARTER SIZES
and .11"01'' the businesses. or things bay
at home.Arrangements' that they affected his work.
,jr! tnancee( money : fore mentioned. either alone or In com'blnatlon. lie struggled. : on under the handicapas Holiday Neckwear in Fancy: Boxes ';

.. j .similar have' been perfected It lathe Intention of the Ineorporatora best ho could-hardly realizing:, . .
r t t.. The .in for the calling.-of a conven- ors all of the objects and powers how much his sickness
Tampa :J. and clauses contained In this perhaps, just 2Sc SOc and $1.00 '
7 II of great tion, to be held in that city early in I paragraph, shnll, except where otherwise was hurting him. ,
r trmtion, itpro February in connection with the expressed. In Maid paragraph. be One day he" learned of Mmrr'i Won- '

w. )r aimed.. i iy South Florida fair for the purpose of : no wise to or limited Inference or restricted from the by terms reference of- derful Remedy. He took the first dose DRY CLEANING TAILORING DEPT. '

forming a chamber of commerce of any other clause. of this charter or another -then decided to take the full treatment
r g'year cfl I all the Gulf coast cities from Corpus paragraph in this charter,. but He wrote: Pressing All Hand Work

th. St.a'A' : of Cornmore. Christi, Texas, to Key West. ,, that mentioned the objects shall and be powers Independent namedend "Since using the six: bottles of your :

&do ago, objects find powem. wonderful remedy I feel like another .
vide. for an 118.000 and I This charter may be amended from It has been quite a wonder to
ITEMSMr. man. .
adver- lime to time as pro\lded by law now
? makes a- or or hereafter. enacted. me to know how one could have a The Family Store
ti the f > Article S. stomach disease like mine and live

cThi P nt has t_ an- and(! Mrs. J. P, Henry, of Blair, this The corporation amount of, authorized.the capital. hereunder stock of and do the work I did. .I just escapedthe ,

that Neb., arnved Wednesday to spend the shall. he TEN TIIOITSANO ($]11.000.00)) operating table.
4,, i fIgu shows the winter in Kissimmee and have taken DOI.LAlis divided Into One HundredIF "Now I can eat what I please asd 116 Bdwy. Phone 291, P
x. arced of postoffices of- rooms with Mrs. W. H. Farmer. it doesn't hurt me night or day." Pjlley Bldgr .

,; 'a ng tbi YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
a I r 1' S eountrr kleycentageIncreil. Larry L. Pope, of Loughman, was FEVERISH CONSTIPATED permanent results for stomach liver
..* sleet in in the city Tuesday. and intestinal ailments. Eat as much !
busi I ... -11' ... ... ... -It ... -It -11. .
1 3n U d Ala tdto's and whatever you like. No more distress -- -- ---- ,.
E. L. Lesley'and wife and Miss Nan lAoi'Motherl is coated
!I. If tongue after eating, pressure of gas in - ,-
45jn Alderman of Kissimmee in Orlando -- -
were -
ez- : I I
4A-whI and arOund the heat. Get
"Cali stomach
etftk tour. Mr. cleanse! litlle bowels with the
rnber today on a shopping .
a of Lesley, who is chairman of the Os- fornia Syrup of Figs." one bottle of your druggist now and

ceola county board of commissioners, try it on an absolute guarantee-if y

holding Ins says the road to the Orange county I not satisfactory money will be re
can lest giving
y i1919 of the line will be completed in ample time Mothers easy turned. '
eltion was for the Mid-Winter Fair.--Orlando "California Syrup of Figs," because ina

+ ''' ,' 1 r night Reporter-Star (Thursday). few hours all tho clogged-up waste 'CHRISTMAS TURKEYS

th. .fifty dti- -J: sour bile and fermented 'food gently .
Jt- autky; named' NOTICK or, ...APPLICATION FOR LET- moves out oflhe bowels, and you havea
rOHATIOKf. well, playful child .again. r
the Florida Sick children needn't be coaxed to
convened N ttlcn !I. hereby alien that the un- Pointer: Dog with
W will the Governorof take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Two hunters t.I.tta, :- of Florida: on the Ktlt liver spot on head. Last seen
Millions of mothers keep it handy be- '
and a dar of January. A- D. Letters
t Patent Ire..( o 1uMor "ixm- know of action the Monday morning on Broad .
I". i si' cttondsjsea.a" IDA CATTLK COMPANY under the cause they .its on : 25 cents a Pound:
; r't following proposed charter and article stomach, liver and bowels .is promptand way. Answers to the name I
dM I Irl welt known of Incorporation, a copy of which
Pi whoP hafl been filed In the office of the H.-crttary sure. of Mack.
Arcadia, of State of the Stat. Florida.J. .q
firw' ted in rari- R. DONEOAN, Ask your druggist for a 50-cent Suitable reward will be paid Alive .. *,%

t1'I9A last rweek.entire PAT CHARLES JOHNSTON.DONEOAN\ ; bat"of "California Syrup of Flea? for return of dog to owner. .. ),. '%.\

cropnrregatin which contains directions for ladles: 0 I '
7 :. PROPOSED CHARTER 6> SOUTH children of ill ages and for grown-ups '. .

FLOR10IA CATTLE COMPANY' j eo 1. .,,1-

F ,1 1ike .{450,000 rood o-

tip,.., T4 been,v lidated.. .. . ... . . .. ..... ... .. .. ...
on sale at the We Make No : :
a tome
._ and brick .. Charge ,,
+ milej of,

s were i voted A XMAS SUGGESTION For .:. : f

-7. Dressing
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itrator fromallahasseo .
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farmers of ts There is nothing more acceptable than .f. 1-; J .

r, the ..
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iAI 1 itratorsfor'UUs .
} y' l d J.1... .: somethinguseful., :: .

fr f redly is where,Tery ':,; {,' ,.: Why. ?not something< r .. in- shoes or hosiery.. wmJjni/K/ :: ): t';

run i, ; ."WE HAVE A teOMEETE BOTH """ " ., ;IJ y.( "
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'. ''.s .c I Tel.ebeaeile, .*L)' Victor. Record* &' .P. "Wltt'Brh'D, ... ;',, V I the guest of.Mrs.. Ordia Bass...: ; daughter :Miss Roberta.'arrived:; this I ITTHIS or "VJUDOV. _' I.TY ; .. t:3 '" j

""Pa -m7l"r1dQB; .' *t .,tile" ,''Mr. Mra.'W:; It : wek from SandyviUe, ..West .Virginia, coE'I' ; '_Jdnda .
'State eankhhas rear with and ; .Walhl.pent to. spend the winter.: Mr.'Rollff Is an 1 ... ., fI.6O to fO. .. '

,W. .. HAUU .*. B. -TARS AQN ovy a fine flower garden been beautified which add Thursday 'afternoon; ;,ft.,Orlando, extensive cattle raiser and breeder '..<.*'. "*?ApT ._, ,__)f.' ,11'i" '" '"'<1-.. 7100.. M.About a dto,..;.

.. both'in/Oseeola: county and' In WestVirginia. ..., ...-... "
greatly to.the of Wade THH JUDGE Of AID "COt1IL'I"WHICIUIIA ;-
: . ....t.. of Darllnctoravenll.appearance.. that Part J. Tucker has'pwchased .a ., He brought with him a line Mary C. kp11.U .. aa- aett.., IK to at '.
!! . !; Flower and fin* new' ( .seven-passenger Biff Buick 1 t.sflpre. Al ffik
shrubbery of kinds- hav.'been : ' Canadian bred saddle man which ha* to tfcla Court for of "I t I'. ; .D&PP7. .....D4 ........ .
many Six mlnUtratlon on the eetate of .A.I..tIchp' -
'" I Planted and the garden laid out in attracted' no> small amount* of- attention M... Moaeley.deoeaeed.. late of *aldCounty ter oD e[ tM ".
i.:The ii artistic manner.The State an I on;the street here. The animal of Oeceolai' ; Hulk: reload ho 111O. lbe.u sa
Local Fie1aWeatherReport Bank and The Rebekah Lodg hold Its
will ette'nd''admoslsh
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officers I* a cross of the French; Canadian and are 'tI) _;
itai deserve the! praise of..thepeople election for officer for the ensuing Arabian stock And i all and alnsrular th* kindred to...
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in anderdltor of said deceased tobe
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spirit In this progressive " term OIL'Friday, December. ,24th. Mary horse flesh. She was sent tier. direct and appear befor this Court on or before 1.&o; ; lighter pig* .$8.60 to
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lsla.r andfll* objection It any they National {
f VictorRwilecords l please them'more'than Call oii'the" old.e reliable"shoermon, The office force of the Valley 'Gaette have to the fcraatlnv; of. LUrS ofAdmini.trat4on : Block' POM. C*. .

: H, C.\Staaford,',for shoes that are > is deeply indebted to our: good the earn will on *to afd* ..,estate.a"t.4. to-oMierwlee said- l , . 'I ._

; :; : ; A.' D. Page, of' Newark, N. J., and both satisfactory and comfortable- friend J. W. OUnr.of Oliver's Island, Mary O. Moecler..or' to some. ',-other.. :At /
< > Mr. and Mrs. for a. ten-pound bag of nuts p.r.olOf' .person.Witness LA'tIWPEJ/A iJ FEVER 1 _
,4'. > Conrad Hubert, of New Indestructible eanvaa'dolls at Stan: pecan'as"County J.dpof ,
.York, arrived Saturday and are stop ford's The nuts were of fine site and'par the County aforesaid this tft. lOUt< 1 ', ,
I ping at the Graystone hoteL Mr. > ticularly excellent flavor. Mr.' OUTer day(6ea1)of.I'>*oeinber. A., [>..'MURPHY 1515:' I Your,,Q ick's ctUl Tonke.re4i.ri, il,
Following are daily tempera'turet Page Is one of the owners of'the Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, of slipped into the office last Friday lt ; v County Judge.sT. .' I husband of LaGrippe and Fever*H**_ ;'
I : and precipitation -& reported Edgewater Farms'company, which is Lltchfisld, ,I1U arrived last week to while we were'busy running'off the and other ''*
spend the winter edition of the and left the nuts .wurs theaUZJDedlcIn. ."rea- ;,
by' Government station operating the large farm by that and are stopping at paper LIVESTOCK MARKET "* '
: Klssimmee for the week end name south of the city, under the the Weetfall, house, on a'desk with only a note to tell us SPECIAL.iRKPORTfNational'Stock ; r' .. .1 ''
wbo'left them. He 'didn't even give Z.ULA.C;; ROACH.. Drifton Fie "..J .
; ing December. 16: management of K. McPherson. Robert ,I :;<<
.' Page, a son of Mr. Page has been Mrs. R. H. Hatcher, of St. Cloud, ua a chance to ear .th.nk70u." All Yard: In. i Sold. bO.eeotaPbarJDaq: : ; jjfe. : .
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here for several months assisting( *a..theguest Thursday afternoon of we can do is to say THANK YOU ... '
! ; ; Friday _:I.' _.__ 69 43' MePherson. The- party is spending Mr. Mrs E. Sanborn. Together they spent in big capital letter Dec. l7,;1915. L-1' 1.

I Saturday .-> _. 68 66 a portion of the time at the farm. the afternoon in Orlando.Go . 'Cattle receipt. 45QO.. () 'The propor.tion : ''IJI' ; .

I .Sunday __ *.._ 71 64 of mixed selling cattle, the U "
Monday __ _. '69 60 Leave your Christmas orders at the to Redditt's Jewelry Store for REV.AWLERATTENDSSTATE of the week and inquiry from .aU I Are'. Four 'I T
City Market; phone 44. your Christmas presents- 25% off on quarter proved decidedly brisk;** result -, 'a \\1.* I
Tuesday -- _? 66 40 the market was snappy from Electric
,I Wednesday __ 68 Hiram Platt. formerly of Osceola all Jewelry during December. U CONFERENCE start to finish Grown stuff :selling I', Lights', ;., .. ". ..
, county, was elected of Mel- 20 to 40 than last wek'a.close. 'I' i
73 mayor higher
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Mrs. Robert Peterson of Lake O11t 'oFFix7Call i
bourne, at the city election held there Yearlings 15" to 20 higher," with oxen : ,, tf..t .-;' '
Park Ga. who has been her ;
last visiting .. :
week. .
the only class seady.. Canners .
The Rev. -S. W. Lawler pastor'of ,
...... .......0.... . ... daughter, .Mrs. T. M. Riven, left the Methodist .is, $4,35 to $4.60; fleshy cows'4.60 to Oceola Electric Co.' / ';' '
Judge J. W. Lilly has been confined Thursday afternoon for .her home. Url chw. attending ;
$4.85 fat $5.00 to $5.50 choicecows : : '
''fit' Fir Insurance, taxes aid. See A. to his room for several days on the Seventy-second Conference of the ; cows ; NCv I GARDNER, Mgr i "1 ,, "" ?:.
Modern Prtscilla Home -Needlework M. E. Church in Florida $5. .0 to. $6; yearlings'$4 to .
at Tampa .
E. Drought New Rivers Building. SOtf accountof illness. The many friendsof W iIngFtaiara :; I. .
Needlecraft make this week. House '
j the or acceptable ,
judge hope to see him out / .:
' Christmas toys and o.her: Christmas again in a few days.; Christmas I gifts. New subscriptionsor It is the hope of the entire congregation Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyTfc : I r i goods at Stanford's.Mr. renewals taken at the Woman's. of the Methodist church .' I ... .w' .,VS V

I Fine Christmas turkeys at the City Exchange, expressed as individuals and as A CROVK'S Old Stavderd TA8THLB88 aenenl chill: .lreegtbealngt..le TONIC.dri_._f 1 i f e .BItOtDW.A.r j ,I : : J.....' .' .
II and Mrs. R. S. Floyd are the Market. Phone 44. body in resolutions and otherwise that M..rl.."Pth.1 .
I parents of a fine daughter, born onDecember r Sir William Muloch, chief justice. the Rev. Lawler will be returned for "'.... A true_Ie. For adult**Bd<: ] ..

8th. Dr, Hugh Geiger is preparing to of Canada, Madame Lauren, Mrs. another year here. It is likewise, the r A
move his offices on January 1st to Shepard and Miss Shepard, all of hope of the oublic in general that he .00000. .
25% off on all l jewelry at Redditt's the rear of the new Corner Drug Toronto Canada, arrived last Saturday will be returned by the conference, . ,_ ' -- '""t""f \"' "

during. the month tof December.. tf Stone in the new Rivers building, cor- nad are at the country Club for as he is popular among all classes H. M. BREAKER.1'. .. ,! ;XaBAR F'! ,
the season. ,. .
Mrs. T. M. Farnsworth Doland, ner Broadway and Possial avenue. and Thestewards all creeds. of. the FLORIDA *.f7J ;."., .;, <<;..)....ti.-;.'.'0 B.l..., .... ,

S. D., arrived Monday to spned tho. Call and see the samples of engraved : Budlla Package Outfits contain all strong resolutions at church their meeting passed . R.-Ill Jo.'J".lI ,TA..Aq' tkA.rSr.e., la f,,SN.,i.n, ,h >''PI, '//I'((9j
winter in Kissimmee. cards at the'Valley Gazette. th ematorials needed to complete, '
calling "
with full instructions, and need: but last Sunday endorsing the work BREAKER & J3ARCL.AReal : / ;
They will make nice Christmas :
gifts of Rev. Mr. Lawler here and asking .
ideal Xmas
Victor records make ,
little time make. See them
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presents. for your mothfr, your wife, your sister Wom n'. Exchange. the conference to return, him. Mr. Ettate and Insura '.> 0
like best
you Lawler's Bible class of men in the

The Royal Neighbors society will Mr. and Mrs. 'J. L. Morris, after Sunday school took similar action. ? Kwlmmee"Fla"l"r: ,
J. F. Burckhalter left Wednesday J. M. COOPER a.r& .' J ..
meet for social session next Monday past week or ten days in f .
evening with Mrs. A. Cotterman. for Atlanta, where he will attend a Jacksonville, left yesterday morningfor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH'Sunday ,. ' .. "
convention of the salesmen of the their home in Kls.lmmee.-Flor. December 19:
Over 400 Victor Records in stock to AUas Oil company, for which con- ida Times-Union (Tuesday.) .I Sunday school 9:45: a. m., N. C.
elect from. Come in and bear them.R. cern he covers the southern part of Bryan, Supt.C. .

DeWitt Brown. Florida. New thin* are coming in every A. Carson, teacher of Bible
day at the Woman's Exchange. Comein class, 10 a. m.
Herbert Fleming and Conrad Bryan Clothing, underwear and neckties and look at them. Preaching service. 11 a. m. The
returned last Friday froma suitable for Christmas gifts at F. H. pastor Dr. A. J. Holt, will speak to
hunting trip to Lake Hatchena- Lawson's. On the first Monday in January the the children. Every child in the Sun.

ha. Hart Memorial; Corporation will holda day school and congregation invitedto
Johnny Schmidt, of the Roberson meeting to elect officers and to hear be present. At night the pastor
R. DeWitt Brown has over 400 Vic drug store, expects to leave early in I the report of the committee on club will preach on "Abraham elieye\l:

tor records in stock. January for Macon, Ga;, where he will plans.. All members are urged to be God and it was accounted unto him I
enter the Max Morris School of Pharmacy present. tor righteousness." There will bebaptism a
A. L. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. K. to perfect hiinself in the drug \ ; ',at the close of the
Miss of
Hilliard and Walker, business. Beginning tomorrow (Saturday) itrvices. ,
Bassenger, were visitors in the city the Chapter House will be open as a k Everyone invited, and strangersmade [H III 11WI
Sunday and Monday. Do you read the Saturday Evening rest room from 10 a. m. till 5 p. m.
Post, -the Ladies Home Journal or the excepting Sunday. Miss Rodgers willbe especially welcome. I
Stanford's stock of shoes is being/ Country Gentleman Let me send in in charge, and tea will be served if -

I k enlarged daily with new stock. See your order or your renewal at the desired. OOOOOOOOOOOOO OO - -.
.Tf them before you buy. standard price-Mrs. E. E. Naugle, 0 0 _
phone 59.Lawrence. Orders taken for Christmas cakea 'o ,
I, Charles Huggins. of Tampa, was in at Reed's bakery. fr 0 ..5 'I _
the city Monday. Mr. Huggins is one Griffin son of Mr. and OOOOO oooo+ o eoocOOOOO i'V

of the most popular traveling men Mrs. C. W. Griffin, is. expected home Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Watkins, of I = ." .
"'to...It Kissimmee.Mr. tomorrow from Gainesville Ga 4where' Grandville, Ohio, Mrs. Margaret RabS Preaching services were conducted -......:: ': J. #+
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Rev. Drown, of St. Cloud Sunday !" ,, \ oIIr'I.
he is attending the Riverside of Quaker .cIty Ohio, and Mrs. An" .. .' \ I "I" .
and Mrs: A. Cotterman and Mr. Military Academy to spend the na Ewing, son Thomas, and daughter. at the. school house. ' -It .r., f.

+II' and Mrs. M. finch. new Christmas .holidays. Frances, of Newark, Ohio, arrived Mrs. Northup and sons, of St. | ,l.,. " i,
Thursday i
.aimmee Park : last Saturday to spend the winter in Cloud Mr. Nyman of Phinney Point, 1-. .
Overland car, recently purchased by Shoes and hosiery for father mother Kl simmee. They have taken apart Mrs. Brady and Mr. Leavitt of KIs- ', '- "

I .the Cottermans. son's and. all the children at F. Ile-Law-e ments on New York avenue.Reed's school.simmee .were visitors at the Sunday. 11111 There's: surely nothing! { ,, betu

! .Victor, records make Ideal Xmas 0 .Bakery can supply your Several people -from Pleasant Val' wherever iher
saVlctoroi Victro
'presents." .. 'jjohn Boyle of New York City was wants in the bread or pastry line for >< : .
I ley attended services ''
the at
visitor in last week Meht-
having 1
a city ,
. ,.".;.',1'.'.nd'Mri.'A.: S. Carr, of/Murray. come-here .to look after"the grave of your Christmas dinner' edict church at St. Cloud Sunday I NojthingsmoreTaccepabJcj? | l ; not

I 1 . > Iowa;' and Mr. and ,Mn.' Marsh, of, his father, the late James Boyle, who A letter to the Valley Gazette: evening and Tuesday evening. I. more 1 r r,
' :;"VV. .. }* \'. Orient Iowa'werfin. the ,city Sun- died here- some time ago and ',was., brings the news that C."\W. Fleming, '< 'Oscar'Lon! has returned' 'to school lng enjoyable? :,'Y-;' x'
I' ,... t day en route to St. Cloud where they buried in cemetery. formerly of, this cityhas- been after, a weeks: illness.\ : ,- / ?time '
. : <*.."p'wilt spend the winter. fined to his home in Reading, con"I'.! The school will close for one week's.: Stop iny :and',we ll gli
" King Quality Shoes in latest stylesat for several months with an attack of vacation, beginning Monday, Decem- : ;
' Get your friends some Victor records F. H, Lawsoft's. similar apoplexy. His many friends ber 20.Mr. give you'a'-descriptivc, :;Hsi 'of f, the

for Xmas. will be glad to know however, that he Blood has moved onto the place ,,
The interior of the offi pos e owned by T. Murphy. .
l is he : uliii
now slowly recovering. Both ;
Burkhsrd and ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. improved by the application ofa I tO.heal'S

Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall, of New very.-muchly needed coat .of paint. I and weD "sunny Fleming Florida"are wl.hlngthey and they Astrakhan and gray ermines! are y0U'W. Ii, ..} <<: ,. .
York, spent Sunday in Kissimmee en The walls are! being tinted'and the I hone to return here some time in the among the prettiest furs for thenew liii "".' &
route to St. Petersburg, where they work should add much to the appearance future. Russian blouses. I w t
''will spend thewinter.Engraved of the building when it "is completed. "
i R. DeWitt: Brown 'k)
calling cards would make' Nut" 'bread, that better NOTICE *
for HER. Get kind. Baked by Reed's B/.kery; ask ---'- 'ik ;
a nice Christmas gift For: Christmas week we will sell I
them at the Valley Gazette office. $2.00 Jerseys for men'at $1. O. F. for it. To all whom it may concern: This ] Pianos 'and ,
is to notify that I VlctrolasIHl
you am no longer
H. Lawson.
Mr. and Mr. S. J. Entrikin were in Rev. Thomas D. Christie, D. *. associated with R. H. Ludlam or Lud- '
the city Monday en route to their Roscoe Roberson, son of Mr. and who \is the president of a college at lam Engineering Co. in any capacity .

" home in .Narcoossee after a visit at Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, and Leroy Lesley Tarsus, has become BO pleased with whatsoever. KISSIMMEE ..,'I '
Orlando. Mrs. Entrikin recently rill son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.. Lesley Kissimmee that he has secured lodgings 51-2tpd A. J. MacDONOUGH. ,. FLDRIDili

I ''turned from a several weeks stay at are expected to return tomorrow with Mrs. L. R. Farmer on-Mab- r- .
bette street and will the winter .
: St. Petersburg.Fat from Charleston where they are attending spend <
among us. This will be good news -" '.
the Porter "
Military.Academy.They '
Juicy and tender meats always are coming home to spend the to.l those who have met him and t '" 'q 'v"' '' "'" .

found at City Market, 'phone 44. tf Christmas holidays. heard him and are so much pleased "

with him. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. SA Sponsler of 75 cent Boy's Sweaters for 55c at
Grana Rapids Mich, arrived last Saturday F. H. Lawson's. Misses Leona Roberson and Alma
to spend the winter. Thev Griffin have succeeded in securing Neckties : ;
are .topplr. with M.... visiting Mrs. H. W. Thurman returned this enough numbers for a vocal class and Men.s s' in. lid iB: .1; ,
and Mrs. Spopsler have been week from Germantown Pa., where Miss Marlea Oskinwau Bishop will
Kisslnrmee every winter for the past she had been visiting for several come here at an early date to begin :

five yean. I weeks. She was accompanied by Mr. training local persons in voice culture .1 ,
Thurman's father, Joseph Thurman Miss Bishop was formerly a ." .,
Get your friends some Victor record and Mrs. Jennie P. Fenion who willspend teacher in the Florida State Collegefor . ,1.f ;.oft .

V for Xmas. the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Women at Tallahassee and both 50' ("'

Crawford of Kis- ,Thurman at their home on the lake- I Miss Roberson and Miss Griffin were ..... I,{
William front.A her pupils. She will arrive here at
, rmmee. an attorney well known an early date from her home in Fon- 1000 Beautiful'Patterns' ;Mali, to
the tate
I 9. 'hl hj'i'ular throughout year's subscription to-the Satur- dulac_ WIs. Dl J
.5 hoii red Punta Gorda with his presence day Evening Post, The Ladies Home V

for only about ten minutes Mon-, Journal or the Country Gentleman George F. Morrison of Newark N. select.'f' tt,
1 day and then went to Arcadia tp attend would make a nice Christmas gift. A J., .who is interested in the Edgewater ,.' .

circuit court. He is a valued Christmas card announcing the gift Farms company, is spending sometime ,",# ". 4" ,
official of the Southern Utilities Co. will be- sent to the recipient free of here ''visiting the farm on the _
-Plmta Gorda Herald. charge. Call Mrs. E. E. Naugle lake shore' south of the city and surrounding Another Lot of Men's :'Bath. ,:'Robe g': arid: 1 '

.B. DeWitt Brown has over 400 of phone 59.. D- Page country.also of -Together Newark, with another.tockhold.r A. MackinawsStylepl t ifts' : ;
in the-,whole Viator An"ideaJg! :; ,
the choicest records. last week in the advertisement in the farm(company, Mr. s _
4 at OI". of the Fair Play Market and Mr*., Conrad Hubert, of New tJ :" ", "V 1 +'
\ : and the name of J. I. Powers was givenas York. and Robert Pagy""be was the c."" ooj"'' ,r.. ,,oJ ,
WiL Etc. '
m.. J. Rothe 01 Sharon, the owner, when it should have guest of Kenneth MePherson, manager A $17.00 Siuf ;would

.; Papa Aberdeen, S. this D. open wok. read Joe Powers. Everybody. knows of the farm, at a dinner given at .. .I..b9i i ,
..everal days in Klnlmmee and everybody knows the
Joe anyhow Country Club Wednesday eventug. -
They. 'atl visited the Kissimmee Falrplay Market, so It'. only In fairness acceptable gift for : : :
territory ti)
: .fF. 0'prairie and surrounding. They were much on to him that this correction is -- t.; ... / .I any'man' : Nei '"

; ''propectingtour.impressed made .. .
: 1.; with this section of Florida l The CM. net .... Affect It /...rnee..rn patterns received;':.Weeks: '
, '>, 1< and will likely buy property her with H. F. Prince and family, of Grand **** Not j ,\v .vi
-, :;'t, ""xris I a ,Tiewt permanent residence later. Junction Colorado, arrived in the city TlvaaouoQOrreis ot H* lie.1 |aeHt_rneet....UXAo........ ' :" .'li.' " ,,
nad to make their , -. .. '
\ last week expect don M mu .oss ..
I.. ; t 1u':' and hear the new Dec. riiuiasThi --.. KeeeCKte the vh roe aM .ompletelineof, .
'ICoou' home be.... .. They. are lIT1nl'lat'the! pp&5ae M. '. A .c ; Black" ;and '\ ''f)
55 .. 'Victor *., 4 Brown Maw:street! doe"w.. | OBjOVK.. \ : '
Kecoro ZDeWitt Plu.mmepJae on junker. .. , ,'-f ? " r '. :4.4Isportiat'to : Ji ; V!
( Price will be pleasantly remem, M ; r. I''
: ?WW prominent **- Mrs. Nt .
uun- Kif&i.% 'Klssimmee people a* Miss s *- ... :. ; TravehngBagsformenand<< I
of aGtul'o: .' Qt 1 ) $
.torney aC the Edith' PlumJ er/-.whoibroedy.: lived : 'K, . i' : e .. ,
.day and ha, taken rem with her parents <" 1Oh'IIWaet ', . lye. 'I
here at't' .;\'
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.t.olle beteL $. I. now, makingp { '". :<: ,'13'
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S. 1'( ,aratloDJI for a boat trip 3."}"a D. 01JKh-I.: V preparing'fo> }' -f::: tl"e: 'V+if ,-I', .. ",. ;: ' '.{ _.., v "" '. .,- 'r". .
': 'gimmes r4verr. .Kelp.-n/ :,ttal C. *nreffiM.t itf the 'three- tory )I f,>Write postal toda'for'YIUaab1.' ; : in- : ,.;: :)0'I'I s: " ;: :;, .,,;t ) f '
X1 1mmM for'more buildlag) Broadway ,H '
t6 Oft ; :
,1. n7' if ;coming 11tb -.n and . ...the will devote his entire,time to preparing formation ',4a,,.to- Qi us,Treea' +:InnpoVtant .. -, f' .KISSIMMEE... Jr ',.+..' ..AZ\ : ; ';<.'\. ', ',d' '. s'

; .yelahhonting: and aJl ing along ;wrtMtoetural. drawing,,.and-da to ybu whei wr>'rpu''w4th to "
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/ FORM THB ccCY8Interesting' : .
I' bar one,. asked the board for in- ', CHIPS, : : ship; with::49A 6r.alti"In 60 shots and 1
)( ". Cawle "Ton, tcbr sob 11S n '---'r' a ; .. 'f' 'r ,
RI 2 : -------.r.----- 1000 1 crease In salary, but a. the board had : the' Interstate amateur'championship i S'
Mrs L L.FertIe, sal tchr soh It SO.00 Increased the salary once It was dee Jottlnp'\AboutTrap- '
I with'98 breaks in 100 tries In 1912 Thetotore( D&hnerGUNSMITH '
Mr. Leila Harvey, lehr sch 18 '..00 clded to make no further Increase thisJudrT shooters and Trapshootinf and ; "rr.
fl Mrs Leila Harvey, sal tchr schIS. 1 term for ,Who \ in PeMund'won ,th.Arizoaa state cham "
r l Board H H U 3 ...-...- *00 ; ( M. Murphy filed hI. i'eportphowing Those" Field i.Hunt H . pionshipfrith,, a'.eoN of .0 straight: .;
Ooll. KamsdelL .tchr the amount, $SS1.60.. collected \ '
Mach inning' championships has now become -
It _.- 40.00 for 'hunting licensee, and turned It -1' .,
}F7' Mini Cvclle Kamadell, lal tchr over to the county treasurer to the a habit. .with ,him. '?*' '
:-- I 't hOll:. S 8 1) 4 tOO l' credit of the school fund. Lester German-who broke"499. out '" ,//Just: 'received MUM pe'el'Cuni'andAmmunitiofe
: IVI MU Campbell, ;itiT.lli-n 40:00 The! board flndinir there would b W Ho. I "
of in the last "
600 Is estimated that
80 deer'
ity :
J6 .truoti onimlt Mini Hazel Norton, tchr ...h IT 40.OOIS sufficient money In the county school ; ; '
bring' 1.'''.* P Uolknap, tchr ...h 29 .00 fund derided to extend the term of gan shoot, is coaching the beginnersof killed on the four Wednesdays of the : ...-;'
Dronson praa.nt, Mr. [) O .VVh*.lr, tchr ach 11 41>.00 I the rural schools from five to six the Pennsylvania Railroad Gun open season in New Jersey. Th. large N:.

*U"S Tow.a1. Mlaa Mr. Ixittle.Hettlo Pheriaro Huff, trhr. tchr sch sch<'41-- r 4000 40.00 mnnthH The board. met December. 17th aa the Club in Philadelphia. number ascribed to the. fact )hunters It will pay you"to'"inveatigatethi. ,

I e 'last'i. a enacting Alex Hayne. rent sch Z( 4.00 date Cor cloHlnnr the schools for the -. 1 were permitted for the first time '.,
4 1 .* K. OeWflt HrOwn. erv. sch t -i Christmas holiday, and January Srd Christy Matthewaon doesn't shoot in years to kill female deer. Many .'
H H Clark, drayage 1.26 1916, for date of reopening; them 4 ':YCie.
> treasurer. -.---- -- mistake"
? ,r''ti' re- W B Maklnaon Co. aun soh 27 W C BASH/ Sunday, und when the baseball sportsmen believed it was .a 1MIiAvinw
/of:Ptibllo Ina 14.06.; NO 1.68; No 209.8021.116 Attest: Chairman players' trapshooting squad appearedin to allow this, and that the killing' of f l ;_ 4'a.

1 t 'anyy e1re' o ln y.cunt' Water..oh No.1& Carson.____Qro_____Co.___...sup._n S.20 C E. YOWKLL.Superintendent St. Louis on a Sunday, Mnthewson so many female deer will greatly cur- ST. CLOUD FLORIDA':

tar A It Nettles, labor .ch 16 -__. S.OO was not in the line-up. tail the natural stocking.Dupont -:
31151s4 the A R Jackson labor ...h,1 .__ __ 1.00 In a recent shoot in Indianapolis, '- ; :

1 St. Cloud...h Tribune 16 .,__printing___._._ .u reports -. 4 60 Dr. O. R. Britton, 74 years of age, The Neponset Gun Club of New '
$ .U.III J V Nl.won"tr. wood .ch1 n 1600 broke 96 target. oat of 100 tried for. York has moved into its new quarters, i
0.flat Central Scientific Co. apara- Father time doesn't dim his shootingeye' of IRA B"
fitted at an 30000. :
12 '2
tus lOch 1 up expense
in the least. He has bcei banging
CO -
American Bea------------------ The new trap shooting: field is ideal;
401.50 and maps _.hn_ __- _nn.- 144.00 away at the clay birth for a (good in fact, it is one of the boat in the I ;
Architect and Builder.I .
rComp4 1 Amer' Seating Co, seaU sch 41 many years and hts ben a contestantin I ;
,. 16070 country .
1779 to 1766.; 15-17685 ,
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matches for 60 ,
1.$1s .Tat 7 COL; Amer Seating Co. scan sch 18 shooting- .years.
...i-i.'.. Z ss 10 B 8 I) I .n.-__.______.---__ 101 26 E. H. who the fifth man 't ESTIMATE* FURNISHED ,;
Taxi, Col, F H Harvey, wod sch 2S _n_-_ .400 Start the brooder a day or tw 'be- baseball Tripp was .....s, 404 VCffOMA 5r. : .
3.00 Wenner-Hawyer Co., book. ____ 7Fcnole fore putting in the chicks to stae that on the players' trap shootingteam __ .
.pOUeOter Chem. Co., .up. .ch L. 2700 the in Indianapolis, was a memberof '
443982J Carson Farmer Ins. .cli 9 ____ '00 heatingapparatus is Working in 1901.H. -
the International team
/ collector C. Buckles. freight .ch 9 __ 1.00 pro rljrUs /-- .,
; MI. Lottie IHollttle sal! un tchr ,.?........... .... DR. J. A. TROVILLION '.. \
.ch t _.._________._._____00 4000 f P. DeMund was the big noise in Specialist in
11160:II MI. Lula Ormand, .al cthr ach 600 Foolish To Suffer! the Arizona Trap Shooting Tournament. CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS .'I
.. 441* 4 No. 6, a S D I hnn.n
MI. Ruby Ha., sal tchr lOCh 7, He won the; state champion- Cure them without cutting '

'1930.71l 12 day. nnn__.__- h_-_._ 700 . ... . ._.. --_._----_.__._------- them out ,, .
Miss Ruby Basa. sal tchr sch 7R ;
4$1.50"F 8 r> No 6 ________________ *.00 When So Many Ktsaimntec People ORLANDO FLORIDA' ':r.
LatL' 1 ati
Miss Edytha A Burnett, & tchch 33-6mo :
# 709.67 No. I .-_.._nn'.n.n 40.00 Are Pointing. the Way Out. GASES OR DYSPEPSIA v:
H H McCray. sal tchr sch to 110.00 ,.
,.. HMant. M E Wright, 20 2 mo.. 70.00Ludte You may be brave enough: to stand for Ducks
e '! 44 bar, U.t 'I 60.00 M Bpeara tchr sch 20 2 .
mo .. --_____.______-- 7000 backache or headache or dizziness. "Pape' Diapepsin" makes Sick. Sour ..
*81.07 Hattie King, sch 20 2 mo -nO 70.00L But, if, in addition urination is disordered Gaaay Stomachs! surely feel fine THE duck season'i here. The S. U. BULLOCK
yt .y $ $.k.-.t bt.t5.' 14.. 11 L, Jordan tchr sch 20 2 mo 110.00 look out! If you don't try to are black with these
Pearl Johnson srh 20 1 mo 7000 .. in five miaul_. toothsome game birds. There's .
..81 Miss Iva NI.wonger.ehr sch 2S 4& 00Miss fix your sick kidneys you may fall into ,
I 1 A1, Tat coll Iva Nlswnnftrr. sal tchr the clutches of dangerous disease be- If what you jusUate.. is souring on plenty lor all. Oat your gun ,I

1,44, 1 .7 Ira'+rt'!._ rwe.r-, .__. 17.911 sch 28. H H: I) 6 _____.n._ R 00 fore you know it. But, if you live stomach or lies like a lump of ready If your aim u! true and REAL ESTATEINSURANCE ':
l1 + : W 8 Johnson sal tchr ich 26. SO 00 load's dependable you'll get .,,
+ your .
I. 2441 29 40(10 more carefully and help your kidneys aa..NN.aaeaa.\Nan .
' Miss Edna Srhwrlkart sch lead, refusing to digest, or you belch share.SMOKELESS. e
1000 Miss Rose McKrnilP. sch SO ,_ 4000 with Doan's Kidney Pills, you can your

ltA, 14.41U8.0B Mr.Mr. Nellie NellieVrthcrbee Uetherhee. nrh sal 3S lehr__ 40(1(1( stop the pains you have and avoid !gas and eructate sojr, undigestedfood I I } :$,

I 1s< j i.. a.b aaNl DI.t.,16.. 4 ...h 85. H R 8 'hu_ __ B 00 future danger as well. Don't experiment or have a feeling of dizziness,

;tiaL from tut e.DOrt .____ 2761.48 Mellta Johnson sch 40 __ 36(10( --use the remedy Kissimmee heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste Examination of Titles A;
Brut. .
r tre4 irota 1.t col., Mrs O 11 Rehi. Iran. pupils Read SHOTGUN POWDERS
7 __ 81 tl1 Hi.h R. H H 1) 9 __ 25 (10 people are publicly endorsing in nrouth and stomach-headache, you
John H H..I.d'n. labor B<.h 13 this case: Du...nt Bcillatit
1795 s9 H H 1> 8 71.5 Mrs. H. Siever, 316 Church '.St, can get blessed relief in five minutes. Specialty. ;
Fa hat __ R L Starling labor sch 1 11 I 20 are the powdoi*:that' win Bulk or den* .
r sa170 : '
n J Ijester( labor sch 1 __ S 40 Kissimmee, says: "My kidneys both- Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby rh Liu It* good pOIIltal and Moh has
2616 69 A F McLean. wood sch !I.,.u l I 1 JO (10 ered me for several months and I had getting a large fifty-cent case ofPape' i... .Irienda.Du Correspondence Solicited. '"i i
s. )abaw'Te 12 Kiss Tel Co phone sch 1 12 1of such dreadful backaches that it wos I'ortt Powder.-4be choice ol 8O%
N*. B.Tt _ _ from store. : ..
1tia1.' fromlul flee. II lit 4 07 Diapepsin any drug of American nhootenh 4e loaded in Utand&rd
sheer will that I
To .$. fro cot H 1. Kupfer. com Co Irtas 19770 only by power kepton .iieU. or Bold in bulk at your
: tax : You realize five minutes how needless ,
l 48 46 MI. Anne II Carson supplies my feet. The kidney secretions in'a Robert Riedel k

Jlflc'nnnlntt( Irl ) 4000 were unnatural and most of the timeI it is to suffer from indigestion, H'riu for book",.

1tid' Anne Carson_,_prlsr..n, __ SO 00 could see dark spots floating before stomach disorder. CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
as' er'11.t' __ 1794 nlnn, club dyspepsia or any C.: N.m.ure. .
MI. Anne H Carson servU" escannlnK my eyes My sight was more or less
r r 1,. 172.0 club __ BO (0O.eeola I laffe..ted. I used! Doan's Kidney PiHs It's the quickest, surest stomach Window Md Door Screens, Repair .. .7*

S y16..4.-- 12069. Hdw 4_1 DOOsceola Co. _. sup' .sch, 1, 32 74 it was but a short time before I I doctor in the world. It's wonderful. and Cabinet Work. (

tut tip. 15247vod Hdw c'o. sup ich( 7 H I was over the trouble. They seemed to
/ fro.o x cot S I> 6 _. _ _- -_ .60 be just what my system required." ----,. -- 'Phono: Shop 216; Residence 237
121 Osceola Hdw Co Map sch 2ft Darlington AYe. Near Freight Depot
I- rice fine at all dealers. Don'tsimply
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tt 11486 Osceola Hdw Co sup sch 40. ask for a kidney remedy-get ,
to a4i t111.t__ n.o" H H 1) 2 _ ',_ 116 Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that f CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !
J K' Nlswonirer wood sch 1 1800. ,
... a.. 11166 F County Tr nn. First Nail Hank 81' Cloud Int props., Buffalo, N. Y.
a of 16070.49 426 and 426 1 mo.. 100 0(1(' I SHEE7 METAL f
d 0.11.4 In open W K Warner. contract sch 15 398(.Ml. MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES WORKER e'
Walker & Milliard labor and 'i I Mlal Roof Pat on and ..+ .
r wloproe and warrants .up sch 28 H H 1) 4Miss _ 22 06
,. Iva Nlsw 126 00 : sch 21. SS1)6 __ _ u 6 00 PHONE
v \ tinge 8 00 MI.* Iva Nlawonirer, tch inch 23 45 00 tun1radUti\ Ug.R KISS1MMCE. FLA.
-__ 600IS I Miss Hose McKlnzle tchr sch 30 411 00. Tone tonight Your druggist or dealer 4
. "Dodsoi's Urn Tene" Starts Your Um
r pfltg. CU Miss RfTle Baas sll tchr sch 14 40 00
24e.1 7.00 1' 1. IVaden., tchr ach 28 2 mo 130) (10) mlU. you a 00 cent bottle of Dodson'sl.ncr ,;
r 1__ 40.00 V .L Peaden sal tchr ach 2K Better Thai Calomel and Yon Don't Tone under my personal money.hack DR. W. W. CARSON "t
]6__ 17.00 H 11 4 _.un__ _ _. __ 60 00' guarantee that each spoonful will

I rlt to* I t; 4 dY, ; mo No,1, 1 100 460.00.00 Miss" Clara 2M, 2 mos Heekert.. __nuH.< sal _tchrch _ 8000 r I BEAMS Use a Day's Work cti-an jour sluggish! liver loiter than a DENTIST V4l> '"'
Od ., ;M4 3 no 180.00 Miss Clara Hrckttrt, sal tchr dose of nasty calomel and that it won't
4 s 3 mo 160.00 .ch 18 8 S I) 4 _.hh._ _. 2000E ;;;;::: blake you sick Office over Pilley Building <*jt
? mo: 160.00 D Harris, labor sch 16, S S CHANNELS Liven sluggish) liver! Feel Office Hour.
2' leo 110.OO D No.1 -_ n____- -_ uu 9 00 I' up your Dodson's Liver Tone is real lirrr Office Thon. 161 : g-u. j-i t
110. ;fine and cheerful ; make your work a Residence Thon tt J;::
00 The Board passed the following resolution medicine You'll\ know it next morningbecause Gas Administered for Extraction JT
r fl Y ,mare 11000 ANGLESand pleasure; be vigorous and full of aml>ftion f- of
tIs ] y 110 OO : [ Hut take l. you will wake lip) feeling linn, \
Whereas, the of public Intrucllon no nasty, dallK..rouRealom..1
i 1' l '' limo 1'0.00.. of Osceola hoard county: Florida, All Shapes. because it make you sick and jour liver will be working; headacheand _____ vj:"
d'---- 110 00 at a meeting held on November 27, dizziness gone; stomach will, be
lone work.
3mo. 11000 1816, authorized Its chairman to bor- you may a-day' sweet and bowels regular. T. M. RIVERS. M. D. .j
8 moo 11000 TRUSSRODS I Calomel or I II
row the sum of ISO 000 00 for a period is mercury quicksilver
1N IN .3 mo., 110.00 130.00I'm0 of clz months. at a rate of Interest not which causes necrosis of the I bclO..... Dodson'a Liver Tone Is entirely 'K0 ...
ma 180.08 to exceed .Ix per cent per annum and I I Calomel crashes into sour bile like table, therefore harqilvita. and cnn nut PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .
further authorized him to execute the Office
1.1 110.00 board'. note for said mou- and STAYBOLTS dynamite, breaking it up That's when .aIn'ate. Give\ it to your chillren over! Osceola Pharmacy ".'

o 110.00 Whereas. two note. were pxecutefbjr you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Millions of people are liMing I> drt4>n'tf, 'Phone Office Residence' (S

said ::', t'roanl cet.t theaove I I Listen to met! If you want to enjoy Liver Tone instead of dangerous caJo",,') 14S.
{ ZOO.00 r . one being the IRONWORK the nicest.., gentlest liver and boweltleanslnjr now. Your druggist will tell you that
j"mo aura of 110.000.00, and one .
i _3 mo', 110.00t. 110.00 being for the sum of $60.00 Intereston of All Kinds. I : you ever 1 a r. .. 110.00 said| principal, and a. spoonful of harmless Uodson't Liver entirely be GEO.F.PARKER

I.. 2'pnlo ho 11000.oo 'question Whereas.. there to whether leema said to resolution be. ..ome III I'I' II nOILERPLATE I ___ ___.__.___ ___m_ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

II. 1$ 11000 .. adopted would authorise said chairman III a ....
S Al .no_, 11000) to execute the board's note for Collections 'and Conveyance
Ii1Cin f<00.00 covering: the tntere.t on said Eugene' C. Bryan, Pres. A, H. Bryan Vice:Prcs. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.lreas.
-chi 50.00f um mnntha.of 120000 for a period of nix TANKSTEEL Specialties,

i + -a.-,.._. 10.00 Now therefore, the Hoard of PublleInatruetion lit 1-1 Broadway
f aN of Oaceola county Florida
F .. 10.00 do... hereby ratify the net of Its chairman STRUCTURAL- .
Ut hR14 In the ixocutlon of aatd note of Q F KIUBBS W. j. STEED, 4
q 10.C)0) 160000 given a. Interest on the aforesaid I
3tI/ ee'ul sum of I20OOOOO and pli-dtti, the KRIBBS & STEED
2000t faith and credit of ald county of Oaceola. FIRE I
j; tshjechs,0 Florida to the punctual pn\imnt .
o0 of said note according to the abovementioned ESCAPES'I ATTORNEYS AT LAW )
'rHt Obi iohIi" terms
*34 $ __4a 101)0) The board decided to allow eachteacher nW BARD Bryan Realty CompanyOff Legal business of all kinds fc-lvea
Lehr attending the ) 1, c/i1'Fe L'r._. 10.00 Association ...t Tallilhaarte, the WOODS. prompt attention.
,1r1. ohr .ach um of 115 provided a receipt showlnr Offices 11
and 1J
t 1 :'H 14 'emu2000 membershln be filed with thr county Broadway, 4 '1MrpH. r ach I 46.(10 :superintendent; : ; The hoard further: : deelded Competent Klsslmmee Florida

;)era 1tho.a r soh 4 46,00, to send Chairman W. C. Hass andSuperintendent Force of Workmen Opposite Graystone Motel
ch 4000 YowellA .
L MIN Htarr
t' ech18 40.006O petition. ; was received by I the board for Road
'; ", Aln ;;Ftow 'sch ii .00 asking that a school be established Htl 6 Pat Johnston Q
1 1 N I1 b 1a .:. U.OO )eer Park for neprroes The board decided Work. p. Garret/ ':
to defer. action In the matter until JOHNSTON &
IB.OO further Investigation, wa. made CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW ...
N4 4 wh le'' 40.00 O 13 oodall., janitor of school num-

Orange Grove. Timber I lands We Pay Taxes for Non-resi- '
1o- Offices 10 11 "
sup and 12 Citizens
M nt.. N. C BRYAN Secretary. : Cattle Ranches touotry and idents and Act as Owner's Building I'

City Property Agents for Rental Property.Uk Klsslmme. Fla. .'

t eaters & Carson J


.: ry Company itLSEE YOUR GUESTS the BEST Office State and Bank SURGEON Buildinr ',

'Phones. Office 41Residence
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t .Wholesale and Retail Dealers intOCER1ES t fl ;

k ". (/ ; { FUNERAL J. W. THOMPSON DIRECTORand ;1-- '

i" art 8T ,-. i L : e The{Cream of All Ice Creams, LICENSED sr


; 4) 1).,,.. 0 oooooeoooooooo.o. f! rIT1V1 TIERS NOT how many have ued-the different kinds fact oHce( : reart dpi Store and Chapel Stewart Are 1

0 WE BUY: 0o you remainjL thai "

'J, .. e you ha' WOT_tasted REAL Ice Cream until you have tried ICI.lI4mm""ina. '
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0 FURS 0 )liThe'.Cream W ]I. Orawf"r* t


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ES$ .. 0. AND 0 0 of All Ice Creams Offices- 8-4-6-6 Building Citizens .Bank j r r

r2,. Kluiams0, F'lod"y
0 ,v o .100% PURE Specie Prices to Churches Hotels Lodges ; Stores

ly TEShJ .. COUNTRY "' Jade ol Pun Rich Cream from selected coto from .rFs.
: 'rl': ,(, 0 PRODUCE '100'' CLEAN :. I tir own herd, it U (h* Purest made in the South, XBRTAN "' .. {

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:tL -.: 'i 9Lt ...... J:,...t ... 0 Building.. ri ,
:t".1' ,+ * oo.ee4i.o.4ieee. .. ; }" .All regular flavor and'many special one( ,1." . I'. , "'t'
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( 9' garden teed* all kinds. _. ,"- :-. ... 'U'AJ14 BaU4UP""Srateal: t.l'1 iii '
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:4 attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.., I' . Take tie '0.4' 8taDc1ar4 GAOV8 w'.;: .

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yeas an taking L:u.: I1D1I1a .. i "'t
'< for good fertilizers., ,Ask us for and prie* pr1atd en. eery label, abowing 4t, .. "' ,

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s r'4: I: '_ : ..'.' daughter, had found '."tt!:.and_ .returned I"I"b I

r : ROUGH :AND.. )READY.. FOR OUTING. :NEAR' .., ODD BITS,OF*,NEWS. j *. it; toht'owner! ,.

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': .*A'' Garment Fr tho Mounteln.. "She Died .Chio' Cha,..';' of 'Ftexibl. Bellevue IarTwo'yeon'ago s man,

I r; f For' I t Jttl lo MadlsorivUIe,,Ky..-"Uncle7 drCarw was killed;on a ral1r ad.;, ,A friend, beUeVed -
; I 1 Motoring .r P"r th* Ssasher : ofiTbts .,)Straw. For- ,.'the- Mon" lisle ha aacceeded in-ratslns a freak MciAlllstor. :
,- apple, although ha baa no name for It. the body was:that Of Matt
,. } 6.\:.' It* upper halt ia>a bright yellow] ; incolor ,-. The body was,exhumed and --SEED BEANS
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I ..7 I f ,' 1"J' .. cbingeP ,,and. the!, lower: half a brilliant wife, friends:and relatives identified. : ,. ,

',.j' t" -'i' .. .," It Court, ,even of, Honor tophysical the defects.widow The$lrj ., W"ca .... ...,.. to...... i

::1'" . ., - t Cape May Point, N. 'Ji.-Did' the or 000 insurance laid* bought; a home ,.e.t ef ... fwOTOlSEEDB :

" ; '" didn't she T.: Mr*.; Florence Undaey, The other day Matt Me Al later turnedup \ ,CROWNRW ', 'p

c M.7: "LWM, ., } : touching t epitaph waa' place&ona'wowan'e : 4.9. declare ,aha wallowed her, husband' ,well and a'tanch/In hearty.' He, had been AI i..tad,?''rtievarietk '?, : ; ,
dwtahirR ; working1 on Canada and 1., '
false teeth when aha playfullyput '
"i..f.' :'rf\ \j A' ate husband torn" baton' by. her' ,alrpct1OD' them,la her.mouth. X rays; fail knew nothing of the ,,report, of. hia. *. ":. ...." - .. If\' 1'I I
} ''' t\l to disclose them In her Btotnach and death.., POTATOESSPAULWWCS
'apd alUl more thing i. .
J'hingtthingp .
: IJf she la The teeth I "
.'.' 1j' 11. ,-.. suffering no pain. '
; most women spend the better part of have avoided ,
1.(., are missing'*-that'* ure. York, Pa- people the .
'i:;'" their Urea battling% with Wets. The old "haunted" house of S. B. Manifold. '

'.' :;.; housekeeper knew* the tory well. The .- New York N. 'Y.-Henry Troller, a Many time during; 15, yearsamysterious ,NUMBER-illuR ROSE '. "'
.' multiplicity other, possessions and the chauffeur was arrested on a charge buzzingof ghosts ,haa EARLY RED BUSS :
care of them: aeem too,orteube' of forgery. In order to make good the been heard there. Recently workmen : "
..'1 4., come her chief concern. It la aa tt life 'amount he obtained, he went to a wrecked the house and, after they had '" . .. "," ,
.'f'' '.,.' 3Y existed. tor'tbl.D.*. Instead of thing* hdsplta\"and sold,,a (pint of his ,blood battled with the ghostly bees, those* I \AH leading varieties of (am, '
i''> : for |lfe. for 15. The blood saved the life of who were unstung returned to fin!! .' Field 'and Garden Seed'
t of stored in' the ,
.N' .' And It la not alone the housekeeper Mia*. Sarah Wilson. 200 walla.pounds honey I' ." .. and ;"
who find\ herself a victim of thing. ., ",'"Wrltatof: ,. : catalogue, I k',
New York N. Y. Anthrax i I.
) Weakly Ida
Dada theproblem ,, '
Tbe buslnes woman perhapa common disease among animal. The new $100,000 Lee county court : ?' .. 1r
'. an even' more serious one for When Sophia' Rosen, 17, desiring; to house i is practical completed. The f i
" .) abe too;" often accumulate not wisely\ --... .. r _M.-- I imitate her wealthy sisters, purchas I new building, which Is 143 by 63 feet: :,EA.MARTIR:: : 'SEED', CO, u. :
. but too welt"Somehow ed'.a cheap fur collar and wore it, she is of granite limestone,' concrete !and .. '' ciaat"' Street. iiiti
.' I'm going to get ahead of contracted the disease from the fur. brick construction, the interior being :, B .) I these unruly. possessions of ml.Deaald Smart In the extreme are the outing She died a few day later, the third oak, with a five-foot-GeorJrla inarble 7AC180NVILLN.1lrLOlild. 'tyVhcn f '

..4ft: ,'. such a woman to another when to the bats .shown this year for the smaller victim this season of the same disease wainscoatlng throughout the ''corridors ", ,... ') '09,
___ I mldat of a perfect: orgy of clearing up acquired: in the aame way. and the clerk' officebeing laid "
F1j' '. fry. Take the one In the llluxtrntlon. in cryamic tile. It is stated that the '
ber" small apartment time for exempla This bat Is of white Harlem, 111.-Twenty-two ;years I furniture for the building is practically ,
1 seem to spend half my putting flexible straw, built with a hexagonal: ago P. L. Johnson lost a gold ring: ready to ship- and it ia expected -
: "nL thing away and taking care Of crown and 'a flexible b.rtm.bkb: may,when he was farrnlrfir in Ogle county. that the building will be ready tot : "
: them collecting: my itcant wearing up be worn turned either up or down. A I Recently he told William Barber, of I occupancy; by January 1st. \ you buy. -
all In something
parel and keeping It ,
_ band of white grosgrain ribbon endsn I. I 9
Uke order. A
', "Perb...." suggested the other woman a jaunty the aide ii
\: BREADAsfclfor
. "you are starting at the wrong I I
end of the problem. Instead of derlaIng y. ry
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.\ better way and means of arrang R. S. FLOYDDealer : the BEST _

log your possessions and keeping them "._ Not '
- ;' Advice of a 1' Actross
: In order not apply a little more V iL '
why t* Bo Followed Too CI..el ly. ; *. wake Every Grocer seOs itO.'Ks
: thought to the process of accumul .
." "Dress your character. nut your flg :
don Uf"eo" la the advice of a famous oclreus f IAKE12at:
'I' ".lost of u* accumulate twice aa -and rather surprising this advice Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed .. .
need want v"
\ many thing a* we or : .
'at Oral bearing. But think It ;E.A. NIEMEYER
Whether It', clothing or brlc a-brne. stems \ ,

...'j-j It'a quite possible that we would be over well and the excellence &omuuha of tbe Corer Broadway and Dalcin Are. ', ,...MatdJeU' ,.. "Jtreef. ,, > >' ] t'i V*' Idea will to Every
}. ?LLXDLD BPOBT COAT. I much better satisfied Jf we bad fewer you. .'

;:: Anywhere In this country of change thing and had them better.", and cer a temperauuenL certain Individuality If you of"her 111- owna that Try Us on Your Next Order'For-Feed
talnly lire would be Impler.
able climate milady will ODd that a :
In event. It would be a happier make her a little or perhaps. u good )J
woolly "comfy" topcoat 1 I. one of bermost any -"" sMITI
all other wtmieii
deal. different from;
arrangement! for our executpra. for
valued pOue aiOD" For a swift LERr.J
It Is fhbi Indh'idunllt-tbh. tfiiipcra ,
things unfortunately.. even useless
rid In a motorcar, a motorboat trip .
on the lake or a moonlight walk leeld.the thing bar a persistent way or taj. meutthet'wom8n' should drv 1I up to I Re'afJta, eAgepcY. ;
the coat shown In the UhuU'llr tug on after we go. according to the actress. In order to ,
don sea will b* Invaluable. Women by right ought to be contractor make tbe personality. more marked -.....-. ...........-. i ,

'. It 1* developed here to black aaidc and engineer They lore to and convincing. '. 4;Realty bought and'wtd.:!!; 't..i..t. .41'Houses

. whit plaid with a raglan Bet-la 4eve. make thing They want to pUt two this But advice an Instinctive with beed carrying to the prompt out of May Lumber Co.Wholesale ', rented ,3 ....r'"-V, ,f'
and no "
previously nsele things together '
.. .tt.n rolled' collar and large bone but i : Taxes paid anU-Titles: v e r* 4' .
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..... make one perfectly' useful thing whkh. Ingk of reason may result In disasterIror : : ,
it It most l>e admitted. U a worthy and example there la always the wo and Retail Dealers In ': for non-residentsl : L : '

00000000000000 commendable ampliation. man who weigh 200 pound or thereabout Fire/Li/e.; anil. A 1deptllnjjt
; ; . ;. !
: But while! they are making how" *, but wbo e peraoniilltv IH dUtlnctly -. .. .
:x YELLOW PINE LUMBER: 1 "surance.j,. . tJ"
1., FOR THE TEA TABLE nappy a thing It would be If they always kittenish. Is sbeo dress her r...
, .. go made thing that were worthwhile character her flgnref There IH ohIO I Indemnity, 1.

,OOCXXXXJOCXXXXXXXIOOOOCXXXJ Creative effort I* too precious ,* the little woman who ouicht to I belong,: Shingles and lalhs o o odee"-

's Nothing better with the cup of ah thing too rare a thing, too de.peretelyneeded to' the cuddly appealing rlnnn. who .1,' ..
moon tea perhaps than a slice of crisp In this World to be squandered yearns to be Impressive and Btntely II/ HOUSE BILLS ANSI ECIALTY ' 1.
buttered, toast But now and theo a Therefore when a women suggests. she insists upon wearing the garments .O'.O.O.. '
't weet cake Is relished .. a change that by crocheting! an edge/ or Hewing. of the grenadier wonrtn she DillY spoil ;' -. : liH
All we ask islet[ figure en year cilfmatcs. f )
lace around the cuff of men'a distanted of
her chnnres being fascinatingly
Moreover It 1* jar easier to prepare tea
:" and cakes than tea and toast, for the shirts one may make excellent pot bllnulnlt. fourteen: Attention and Prompt. Delivery. S (; W. (j I fl
., cakes can be made ahead of time and bolder for the stove we reel impelled The actress In her part always 1M I ;: ,

'kept In one of tbe pretty cake boxes to take kindly but rea olla.lle'wltb dressed In couforraltywith the character Phone 21 Kissimmee Ffa! ,,; -' f).

specially made for tea table use. ,Someof her she Is portr ,In Jhut/: .her cos Staple and Faney' dt
," '. them tin boxes Let na not burn our fingers on hot end here In point :
are covered with lumps- an Important ..l
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.: 'chlnta.or cretonne; some of. them are kettle If we can help It, and by all -are made to suit her figure linen .r .r . . ;

',,,- tin boxes painted or enameled daintily means let us use up old shirts In this while expressing a special sort of per GROCERIES
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/ :rHero are recipe for' aome delicious excellent way If we BO desire but aa. sonallty. Therefore If the delightful '. .i I *

(. ,cake and cookies all of which,'can' be long a. we bane breath let aa ears our flounces of tbo 1830 period suit your .'
kept on hans for many days without. constructive effort: for a more lott1.en. type exactly, but area bit trying to .J: J '". '' -' ." 'Free: Delivery to ali Part. ,
losing' their freshness:. .. than braced\ pot bolder*. too* 'ftolVd fltfure, adopt the ,
your tiff the ca: ; ,rs
,t Uarguerltes<:ut. a sheet of sponge : ',' 1. .+ .r. flounces but see to It that they are st. The: of the world '.',- .tt. ',
/ ' es "
Ii"0" .
..' cake,Into small rounds with cooky cutter I cut nod so arranged that. the line ol +. ; :
,' 'ttnd dip In melted sweet chocolate: the silhouette are right This Is true ,
: While still moist form a daisy on the! BLACK JET JEWELRY. also of pert m'liInery.t'le. of classic '

;.'_.? top of each using blanched almond drnQerlea or oriental l mode. They all II I I the whoSAVES' : rise svegtme bend
for petals and round yellow bonbons. are on man
',,1.' Three Beautiful\ Designs may be worn when they suit tbe per lo tKe last
for the centers. sonalltv. If their lines are cleverly (
For "fur Old Jet.
i; Ginger' Nuti.-One and threequarters4f1ounde adapted to tbe figure thnt Is to suitnln ';;.
of sjrup, one pound of moist them. MAXWELL
sugar.v.oue pound of butler, two and ;

t thr'ee-quartere pounds of flour, one and

one-half ounces of ground ginger one Sport Scarf and Tied,
and one-half ounce. of allspice one scarfs In
Sport are made all of the
and one-half ounceriof coriander seed. bright sweater, colors, and many nre.0
Pt.Sal volatile alee of a bean a little cay COFFEIsPerP
1 a combination of .color Ron, preen
.1 anne Door enough to roll out but not and white and block cotnblnntlona, ,',, ..
thin. Cut with a wineglass or roll between i ,
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white with black slrpe) borders and -;
hands Into small balls and "
your ,
rose or green with white or blnck P &;
pinch. strlDed borders are all popular Sport Ask YOXJ'
Citron Heart Cakes Best half for: a moment man
a young
ties are mode of Inch wide erosgrulu!; pAUSE ,;;

/ ,egg/pound beat of butter the whites to a a'.froth Jake and six ulIIv! i ] They silk ribbon are made and In are!bright a yard color In length.combinations give a; thought to self. 'TKe";:

the yolk rather: with half a half pound of sugar of : z Many ere In roman strip!. problems that confront :or: '\ 'i
and more tbap a pound you now ,
color and black and white stripe[ comblnatlons !

1 r add Sifted a wineglass floor; beat of these brandy well and together quarterof are finished In bayadere with fancy effect bend Tbe ornament end1 will a few years hence. '.-; ", : ,:J Q :

of citron cut In thin
a pound slips; ,
*, and many bare slide of U< +
lj'; '
lake it In small heart shaped tins or a -t; .
aqua* tin pan rubbed over with s bit lama Look bout yon-tke men of affairs in country, state, Batioav-ys,;, ,, i

.e! sponge dipped In melted butter; put ; I I 111 I I I II I II I I I I I I 11 I I; in the world, are the men who started t* save early. in Ufa.". " ..u r"i .
,c j11. mixture In half an Inch deep; bake \!,it!! 4 '

*;''I":.fifteen, or twenty minute in a quick r VELVETS FOR WINTER. : They have th*'respect and confidence of the cOl !-uIt7.' ,/. it: .,,: l i ., 4' .

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't '3 Not Wafer*.-One cupful One brown Ml* U,4.LUIU&. I Any material with a pile win : Then look on the other side-at the fellow who speed all tl:!'r: ; Survey '
for tile development >,
be moat acceptable -
'": auger one tableapoonfu butter mixed make have time for while Ut what! tt .
3;' These beautiful ,necklace: are fashioned of the winter modes -they: arty a food a 4... .>_
: together1 add oDe beaten egg and one : I
'.i and one-half tablespoonfuls floor beep. of dull gold with pendent set It may be argued that the mate- personality reflect 'v-i ;, ij
wal- tings of jet Jet and pearls.'aad onyx: rate In demand for the bouffant :t
.,," jag nuts.; ono Drop'cupful with chopped a teaspoon English on well an4 pearl.. With all aorta of jet trimming effects that are to be the win : A dollar or .. deposited in this bank will b* &*' ,'::-y' .

,r buttered tin aheets. Bake In hot oven. In vogue, theM design will suggest '- ter's vogue should, have more ..d... of an honorable, independent career. %" :'. .

,;;' Cool slightly before removing from the fascinating possibilities for the body than tbe velvets we know. : Make your begiaaiar now-today. Year tj 4y'r> '< .ri ife,

( tin. oUJ jet places laid away la your jewel Tills is true, but Rodler has taken bank book win pavrlhe 1--.; .' '' '' m !f"t
: Oatmeal Cookie*.-Four cupfnl* rolled box a. caatoffa. This Is. a season of care that his velvets meet all way. ,., r + .!; T

?s, oats two cupful wheat flour two cnptola -: jewelry and now nae* for old favorite these requirement. They have : 4

;;. brown WP!'. one capful barter tn attractlrely wrought deatgna will b* not only bad tbe approval of the ,,Ft

:one-third\ cupful water or milk, scant' acceptable.' leading couturiers of Paris but' State Banfe: ,: ..

Q?V teaspoonful soda;' roll quite thla and large orders have been given for . 4 ,
; '
.v'eat tn squares. For Thin Arm these very materials, and many -4..n' .G -
Ter 'thin gentle with gown to be shown at tbe very "'''
/ arm maaaage \ !i "nr"
,,,...4t vwphiQ. .. Lvtttta cocoa, butter wUl be found helpful earlleat openings are fashionedof t of Kissimmee S''. 1
backwatd'to'ths velvet Not only are the velvet j': .', I. ; [ f paI
.v' Jump tit.that letter Andbft the palm of the band with co ; f/ +
end<**.the word, boa butter and gently; but thoroughly to be striped and checked f' : .i r.:
,f: ana made in cbarmJng Capital stock __ _______________ 100.000.00*'; .I 118 n" 00;
7",. L.; .'Jump *.. organ of the body knead the flesh from ',wrist to/e1llow>> but they are op . ;
color combination Cfther RasonrcM ever ___, ___ __.__.t400,000.oo .tl
have the Whole world. working ,In the cocoa batter//at theame'Uma. -- . r'
:Z':"Jump ''to 'aaffocato and'hava yottr A good :exercise /foe tMforearm' materials are a combination of ,. ,', ',' .. .'."\/.p.. '
velvet and faille or'taffeta, and Oilcan and Directors. i : 'i
the .
k'' beat and truest friends U to;tie oD'our'ba on ;
P .
''r r 8 .Jomp'atwittxbtd.and ban to roll floor; and extend'> ,yon*,.arma 'to, theright !.>many are further enriched,with ,\ G. A. CARSON. Prert. *J. M. LEE.',v a. str,.' . ';... "d\;<}' .- ..,./i," '...".. ".f'

.|i>fbA nad.Vv" \*;? and left on a tin*with your.hou4\ ) metal' threads.. I.Is:aid, that'. : : j ; ; ",' .. ....u -
::. ';janawors,Vheartoartti; 2,' amoth.rtrttar .oc;.twenty : time,.':spreading: the I'ltodler% been*-aa, ';, ROMA-nIoMASCashier- .v- *.vr ,.. :"-ICR141IM

l' aaa..otha.s;,,-,:_ .'wWolrwWow' ., .. ,'ir:.*:,,;4', -0, " been wide" apart. J.*,ry time, .the" bands. : !.tneyw'aft'' .'' for...the,. ...coming" .. .."..."...../"?. '' ' ., -, ..t... .,; ..,.;,' '"I" ..,,,: '., -:,,'\ ", ,.- .".'.e.("" .. .\.>... /'v ':.:..I. ,j'vlf".r.., ,,,..,/:,w :tv-y' ,. a 4, :19v
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*.*y.<'; U lbs MBM'; ....; Jci.1-c A- .. " Tlckell, ).>M. Independent objects:and powerThla! Spec.: AppCo..,, ne'tersrB\ iVl_.' II.' I "t 'J (', '
... Wlllson Wood Alilna A. ''charter. nay be amended from time to W.B.Maklnson' Co. wdsa.. for - : ';' -
.* .tker". '- Jr. Ephrtf in... ill ": Commltt.L;:, \t'
.1..1 I Wylly. aad ,eaoh of :hem be and they time BJS provided by: law.cow. or hens L ; I ,1 : .
..t., I are hereby required to appear to the after enacted. ". . H.-a. ifrk.i7.7irw.e.r: ,inRosa : I 'thetoregoins Report ,wa-i dulyiacOepted. ,

1.rlJ'1T'"J'rfa) : R. ) I bill .of complanl heretofore flied tnthis ArileU. ..' _. ) :.,-.. 'f.t whereupon.Mr-Carson ,*tatall I...
*0 AJ-JU .Tba'amount of Its Capital Bto k".a. ,. .1.. .Dellft. shop work -wi i.SIM connection.with report of Committee! .
Hill 01Complaint I I before the itti day I
isemehis It appearing bj .tha sworn. the of January cau.on,' 1916.or , , ". IhoriZed shall .b. f *0.6oo.OO < divided r"Lumber Co.;' \ that _ld. *mmltte .had met with$ tb.> '

tiled herelnbelow In this cause named that, artpersons I, IT IH KORTHER1 ORDERED.'-Thai Into Tw.nty-Flve Hundred Shares .f J. ft. U..ert.. freight' B L P .a' l.... board, and; they, heartily ,.n- 1"

Respondents ,cltlse-nshli I this order be published one a week for 1 I II a par value o( $100,00 each." V S. M, "ana.I"I., L.. dorsed ,their report and urged ,. the "
whose the Coinplatnamts.'snd eight consecutiveweeks. In Klsslmme I II 'An,, part or all 'of said capital stock w p. ___..__.,-..._.__...__.._. I.OO council to take definite one ;
and agcl'ar.'tInknowit that relief i. sought II I ValleyOasette, a newspaper published I may b40 payable .ltber In cash orvln HI1U- McCa.nn ,.Co.l, rndse .li In jegard to beginning thework, SUB '
0" Couirrr JUDCIH I In fcnd state. property, labor or services at a Just : ;'te ......W ..WM> 1 1..00 the late-law enacted by the leslslaturecave
ups II'LORID-" tbf'J".t < THEnfit'OIlK eult I : atralnst; :them ORDERED Thai WITNESS county my hand and the -seal of : valuation to ha ftxeel by the Incorporators -' Cain'G3lr7'i3oi1r'and'mat.risJ Co., tabor 1101.10 the council ample authority" j
OLA'VOUvWyITIlIrlsi. Lucia Osborne and herhusband.and. If she I said Cour, tfils, 10th day of November! called or for by such the.purpose dlractoi-i; and at a the meeting judgment H. Mueller Co.. mdse L, AW W .P* L P **..J4wp Mr. to J.'same W. .,Thompson. addressed the'

hrwlBT : H. ) l be married, and b.Lucia marriedCatherine Osborn, hei 1 Circuit 9 II. Court AoaI!) of such Inoorporators or.. dlreoers Osceola, lid..... Co.. md.. W.A '. eouncllk heartily ...nelor.lnr.the work. ,
PuDy to all where husbandIf- she ( In, each of the clauses of .,l----a.------ 43.2$ ,foilowlog
riren. \ her J. 1.. OVKRHTREBT specified : : :II.'t"n.;
Tlmpeon. :: : :
thst'on I he loth Tlmpaon and Iowfenc this paragraph. shall be regarded aa R. I* atarltfiff; labOr land ma' ; was. *Introduced .and
da"l C. Clerk Circuit Court
D .hall. husband and M. C. Osborne and M. of such t..rl.I'lor plant .. ___. unanimously adopted: -
-.nUL1 MIlo'C. Osborne and Milo C. Osoeola County Florida tors as to the value property. .. y.n h.-
.'M.. Murph,.. Judflritfm Osbern. labor or services shall In the absenceof V. R. Bllla.: stamp* 4k refunds ; Resolution.Resolved thatthe
Katherlna' t. HOCKBR: & MARTIN
of Probsts, for Ostoorn and > married LIvingstonand and Solicitors. 47-i fraud be conclusive upon stockholders for Plant ..... ?_ < .l--..- 11.11 appoint acommittee: to confer with the
Kfm .. Administrate, her huaband. If she be Complainant's and arl parties dealing with the Jo E. Johnston service. a. city attorney to formulate the ..neces
R. Nathaniel C. Bryan and N. C. Bryan stock .aJl. .. ... t.OO proceeding and manner of .Ji
jfrwln BrIdge., de >. Company. The authorised capital .... -* .- sary
M _the (ant* tiro I 'Will : and Lucia M. Townsend and Charles t IM COURT Oil' COUNTY JUDGE. may be Issued and paid for at such C. T Zekrer.O "--I November 0S3.1. pancliitt the project o* bulkheadlng' the
s Until a.C oounti Townsend. her' huaband and Marx AMore RTATIC'OF FLORIDA time or times and uponsuch terms S. D. Aultman t.&m. for St. wk 117.)$ lake front under the provisions 01:' th. .
T Mild tats, anfl aakc1"U1'l' and her. hu.bltnd. If aha be mar. OHCKOLA VOUNTI'I.NWUjf.h shd conditions as the Board of Directors act of the legislature authorising"( the
'. % ned, and Mary- A. Moore and 'her hueband. may determine; and It may be Increased Communication from Mr. A. E. same.. Th.. chair appointed Mr.; Bom,
I If she be married. W.I). Moreand ef Aarem Keesbvrri from time to time beyond the Drought asking that coUncil allow him Thomas J. W. Thompson. W.' W.v Car.
.A. ffl. W. D. Moore and Watson D. Moon e given to all whom and E. C. Bryan to act on MI4
'l' '. DKOTJdHT. amount stated In the manner providedby 'part of Insurance on B. IA 4k Water son ,
"' and Watson D. More and Charicu H. It may concern that on the 10th day .
,, :::4J .;\ .Administrator. i Gross, Sr.. be and they are, hereby re'quired Of February A. D. 1.1 t. I shallapplj law. plant. to TThA the matter finance wa committee.on motion referred COMr"'jVade Tucker' met within,'

-1j to be and appear. to the Bill 01 to the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge Article 4. Communication from B. Pickering. council stating that reason-
Complaint (lied In the natd I caua } calling attention to the petition -
4 p oR BIDS before Mon final .. by Its name perpetually previously
the Court aforeaald on or my discharge Administrator 01: to the Council asking due to the fact that ho had
presented was
. day. the trd day of January A. I). 1(16; the estate of Aaron Keeabury. deceased -- and I. to exist perpetually. for Improvements on Patrick St. Ha mewas some trouble relating to title of PI'Orrl ,
CoUnty Commlsslonerintr otherwise the said Bill oi Complain'will and that at that time I will Article B- \
:t : present referred to the street committee.The but now the matter 'had been set-,
will receive bids on In due course of law ne taken ai to said Court my Anal accounts ai The business. of the cornorarlbn. shall Tucker Brick Co. asked that the : and work would commence
,',h I( .asphalt road 1* feel oonfeeaed against the said Respond Administrator of said estate and ask be conducted by a President, a vloePresldent. council resolution closing McLsuS plant which would be In operation In a
k '' hes thick when corh- en'. .. for their approvaLDated a Secretary and 'Treasurer pass from avenue to lake. sort while with a capacity of l .00','
.l l ty to do all grading. IT IB FURTHKR: ORDERED Thai Aug. Snd. A. D. 111. and a Board of Directors consistingof n motion avenue the matter Clydte vat referred to brick per day. .
-H an bid to the Clerk this order b. published once a week A. B. DROUGHT. not less than three nor more than 1 n for advisementI street committee reported rela-,
.'r 4 Klaslmmee. Florida, for eight consecutive weeks In the KIs- -. 1m' m! Administrator eve members: the number pf Directors 1 The Atty.committee on bulk-leading previously u.h10;; the opening up of Emmett'St.A
b.ric.iv.d up to 14f om.. Valley Oasette. weekly news' be fixed by the stoekholders In the appointed by the council represented not having been able to eee all proper,

.. pap.published. and la ifeneral circulation NOTICE FOR l O '.JCATI01fmrmt by-lsws from time to time. The same by Mr. C. A. Carson H .M. ty owners concerned. but would on
4 r' It; OVBRSTRRBT. In the City of Kleslmmee. County person may bold two or more offices.Cicept Breaker and Capt. Clay Johnson presented denver to see them ss early as possible

4. .' ', '' ' Clerk. of Osreola and State of Florida. 0...... mt the I.t........ V. H. !.... that the President and the the following report: Also reported: having built barn and

WITHERS THH HONORABLE: JAMES -., 00_. .t GooI........... ...I.rt... Treasurer shall not be the same person Klsslmmee, Fla, 10-11-15. made aU necessary arrangements Pr-, i,
BID* W. PRRKIN8 Judgs of the said Court R.Mr ... 1.1a. shallbe Hon. H. C. Stanford Pre.. Board of oaratory to purchase of mules which "
and toy name ae Clerk thereof and the Ths following named persons Trade, Klsslmmee l'la.Dear hey. .would do as soon a* satisfactory
seal of the said Circuit Court at Klsslmmee. the. officers to conduct the buslnesaof '
f Oountr Commissioner bulk- be g -
__ Notice I. her..byt..n that Richard Sir:-Tour committee on t.u.npdpolnt.d '
officers who
i" Osoeola County. Florida. on the company until the I relative toremovkl
wlll bldr. .
intr reeelre < heading met to consider what action.
eteele. of Lokosee. Florida who. orAugust shall be elected, at the first election ofofficer. I
of A.
this the 4th day November reported that
> to 10 A. M.. I> of stock pens
If should
up el I*. IllS, msde Homestead Kn- of said Company shall bequalified any be' taken to accomplishthis
li. All bids to be dtUlerk 111. most desirable Improvement tour the R. Co. preparing for pee
try tin. 0110*. for HW"4 of NEVi. See- va.If'o w."t.o ;;
(CLCt.S.J.\ I OVKRSTREKT. : ,.. ,
of the Court.rJL. 17 city. It was the unanimous opinionof same ,
: OVBRSTREJOT. A. Clerk Circuit Court aforesaid. JJon East. Tallahassee Township II South.: Range 14 4 P. K. WEAVER. President. those members. of the committeewho Mr. K: C. Bryan asked that the city
Clerk Circuit CourtKlsslmmee. JOHNSTON, HARRIETT. notice Meridian ha. filed I). (J. WAONER. Vice President.O. climldered It, Instal street lights on road to clubhouse
As Counsel for Complainants. 48< of Intention to make Commuta QARRhlTT. Secretary and limit.. On '
Flor d Treasurer. referred toa' jItI\
dealrable. motion the same
!:cR4'' VBLICATIOF nr TICK CIRCUIT COURT Of Till!: Circuit land above(Court described at Klsslmmee.before Clerk Florida.of and each of said three persons shallbe I 2nd. That this would be a permanent L- committee. X' 'P

ii_ vI .SEVENTH!: JUDICIAL C'lHritlT OKVL.OHIIIA on the Uh day of January. Itl6. a Director.Such Improvement such as would add The street committee acting under
I* COITRT OP* TUB IN AND FOR OfM'KOLA Claimant oemas Witnesses: Directors and officers shall beelected largely to the values, not only of the advice of city attorney was author-
rlAb riHrniT nvOf COVNTY. IN CHANCKHVI'RN Hobert K. Willis, of Lokosee. Flor nniiually on the 2nd Tuesdayof In .abutting property but of all the property lied to arrange with the county to
P-IOHII>A. INllSCIOUA ida. JanuarY of each year beginning of our city. make necessary nil on Main street.preparntory ,

rOI'NTYtCBRY !: IN IT I,All NAVAl. KTOHK COM- ''tyy-les H. Padgett of I.okonpc. Ihe year 1 916. *. 3rd. That the lakefrout as It stands to paving same. The work
ITTINO I'ANVorpor lee orvsalsed mmder lorlda., Anlici.The shall !I. an eyesore, but bulkheaded It wouldbe to lie done accordnlg to specifications'sutmItied . \
the laws of Florida.C.pisiaa.l. . GeorgeV.. Fertlo, of Lokoxee. Flor. said corporation adopt an the 'pride of all our citizens by the engineer. ,
T appropriate seal, and shall adopt bylaws -
Ida. 4th. That the rout of this bulkhcftdIntr -
CwwplslBsatll. collector having
affairs The deputy tax
for the Kovernment of Its
vs.TIIOMA. John B. Owens of .okosce.. Florida. not Inconsistent wit! It. articles. and fllllnff In back of the bulk- made fins) report on taxes of I tl4. tax:
| Adsslals and that
49-01 i H"KI..I..r.JI'I' I..f .. of 1"lolld. which by-laws m..yI y benefitted thereby ed I turned over to Mr O. W. Overstreet '
4 .J. BJw. Kraase, rout should be .N."NN'd".I I collection. .
amended or repealed as may be provided ", .., .h81 and collector
The complainant I havlni filed n "Jo: OF A'"" '.I'A".ON KOH I.KT. propertv especially bpnoftted6th
; I In said by-laws. f* That the only that thi The matter of bill of C. Buckle
bill In thin alloRlnt thatIt THUS "-"'1'KN't' A1VII IN expense
sworn rause. ; ( ()fl- for November was referredto
Article 7. city nhould. finally have to hear would wood
by affldavld appended
believes that there Interested I'OHATION. .
'Complaint filed In the In the property are Involved persons hereIn The highest amount of Indebtednessor l h. hulkheadlnK and nillnK In of water arid light committee for approval.
lie .\I it' to whclh the corporation their I. S
'Oauss that. J. Krfw.t Notice Is h..rehyglven y streetn.6th.
whose unknown to that the
.., the Defendants therein and having names demanded are IhlH order andotherwlap deraltcncd will apply to the (lovernor un- can nt arty time subject Itself shall, We flnd that the last |IpR"IINla" Tax (Certificate No. *7, Issue of Heptemlier \' ','

*sin-resident of the State compiled with tin. law all "f i the Mate of Florida, aa & resident of Indlan- lav of 1 I Hollnrs. powered the city .of to re- years was allowed redeemed :
December A. 1>
t In the 1816. for I.-I-
.'J\ : prop nil In and bulkhead. In accordance of '400.1>0 for each '
I. the a-e of Twen- : : ; l, d under: Theodore tern I'ntent Incorporating O8CEOI.A Article N. at \aluatlon year
I therefore ordered J<'. Iloolh. deceased. Rllphalet N. fATTKK COMPANY under the follow The names and residences of thesubacrlbliiK with the provision of Bald without Interest the same belqg allowed -
i t ildent defendant be Hadicer. deceased. Orrin Jonhua Hale. InK proposed charter and articles of Ineorporators. together chapter live respect fully recommendthat ; as widow's exemption on same.There .
7 required to appear to deceased or under either of I them or Incorporation, a cony of which has with the number: of shares of the air- the city council be rcqupnted tocxerclne lielng no further business the
aln filed In snla cause otherwise and all parties claiming. an heen lied In the office of the Secre thorlzed capital ntock subscribed far the authority conferred upon, council adjourned: to meet In regular
: day, the Srd day of Interest In said -property to-wlt. the tary of State of the State of Florida.P. by each, are as follows: them by the l..eitlalature In provld.i." HeMslun: ; Tuesday, January 4th 1(1(, at

>--,' /*. ': S. otherwise the alle11 lands situated In Oacoola County described K. WEAVER a P K. W 1<;A V I';It. residence Klsslmmce. for the bulkhead and nillnw in of thinproperty 7311 p' III
-. .W }.*. will be taken aalefendant. as follows: i>. WAUNER Kla Kn(| nhnres and to HfmeHB the cost of such J M. GILBERT
: Sec. a. r. -AHRETT D. WAONER.. residence Klsslmmee. work Against' the property benefited U. F J< 11 Hits. Clerk.

: .. :?: .d that this order KH of NKV ; SW14\ of NE% : NW Fla.. GO ...hAr..NH. thereby and that thin action be takenl.v I...... J
"" week for POUR ARTK'I.EB OF 1NCOHPORTION ANn I' (1ARHETT. residence Klsslm the city council aa quickly as It
of SK
ft. W'of 8W
'. && the Klsslmmeevaper _KV4 8K\t ; _ _% 4 I'HOI'OKEI II CHARTER OFOSCKOL.A m..... Kin KM! Mha.-... ran bo legally done.. Women have taken the place of .
published CATTI-E COMPANY' STATE OF FLORIDA ) \Ve wish to emphasize an Ntro."I"1 ;! .
8E ; W% of SW % . ._ 6 .
h know the nf in the famous Duryea
HH we how Importance all the
**. ) grooms
BE % of Nwi NK \% of RI. %
oember. A. D. ; The uiHlerBlnnert, hereby annoclatetheiimelves OSCKOT.A COITMTT ) thin .. <>rk and to nay that In our
NE _. 6 Paris.
% "' SW'4NE stables I
together for the tilbecoming HE IT KNOWN That before, me. the opinion It will brinK tnt,','I racing near
% of NWW : 8W\4\ of NW % : purpose ,, ......II..n i of which LM nowpractical
RFTr, Ificorporated under the Laws underpinned Notary Public In and for a our city
W4 of SWU ___ ___ . 1NV'4 -
ires n ]I uneleni.bth. -
' It Court. of Florida. salfl CiMintv and State peraonally at>- v
of NWHKV4 __Uhuh KNE'4 WAfJNER When thin bulkhearllnK I. 'I..". '
Ns'ToH. Artlrle 1. 'penred I' K WRAVKR II> O. -
_ _
puty Clout u un un The name of thin corporation shall. and U P HARRKTT. to me well we respectfully HUiTKAKt that the nn- s PILLS
of of ofW4 rjHICHESTER
NF.4 NF.4. KV4
In- nt: -4t of NK"4 of NK'2 \V *i of ; I office and plnre of liuslniKHHhall i I : 1 111. n ml, i who subscribed l
W % of NKU\ ; KM. of KH of : : !>< In the city of }Klsslmmer.: ; their names to tinforeaolnic) ;proposed bulkhead. that they beaut 1 \ nuch t::' =-::::.::: .iA .
of of NWV
C I NW'4.V % NV4 ; ri-ola County. In the State of Florida (charter ,nnd each AKNO\VLI< JUF.1J ""Irh ewav. and Uwr..hy'r..nd.."I It .mint I-li.. .. R.. sot Cold ....... Y. .
I1L WMi of KH "f SWU' of NWW : nnil Its l liualneflHcs hnll lie condticttulilHewhere that lie executed the same for the pur- lit* rwct I il e ....._ sitS ..._ ..._
NW'4 of RW14 ofof N\V % ; SS 10 In lli. Stale of Florida or .Ios.... therein, expressed H..N.Hull, ) submitted.r I!' .fbe..a.aA.k.I.'u'.4'n'.9'
,. '4 ..k Jedi- NW'4 NW14 ; BV4 of BW %, of In iilln-r States or Countries, throuichotber W tIN RRH mh."nil and official. seal. A OAH80N. ;, : \,
SW of I '
4. % 8WV4 _
% .1 Fl.rlda w H wo' SWV4 n offices, branches agenclen or nt Klssmlmee this 25th day of November. E L I..BSI.K..1X0 :. _;: .:. : ,J
.. - otherwise, us may bo necessary or con- A I). 1915 M T.KK.C I""I
N % : N% of BR14 ; SKV4 of Sl'4: ; DRUGGISTS( "
RWt4 _ __ __ u VI'Illl'II i Scan' .TIIH.M s CAIIEI. Real! ) W tJ H Jlr 11 N.
nnh, ?.4 of: NEI4 Ie Article 2. Notary Public State< of Florida p' "
: The iri'iii-rnl, nature of the tiunlneRn Mv eommt\'Mtoii expires 3-5-19. 1- '
, N'of NK% R\--o-NF,4-'HV, ; - --- -"rf 1
IIIIKIIK-HHCB t to h" transacted by said I .1011 SHTON & HAItltKTT.yVI ; t' ''
. :
of ME1 Id
dIfek.I. Ei: I4..WfI't IIIl iz uI' In as follows tot fin 1.n..rporalur.. 49-4 ...oo..oo.o.oe- o ooooooOOttOOOOOOO'O. .
of N\t ", -rRJ.- >4 of I ______ iieyH
I. ;. r s.d.i Sv I"r To breed raise.I i Import export, deal.1

,.i.; ; .rrl.d. NWft%of-"--RWLr"SR: :; <4"-- rN;;-'21SW : It .,-Colt.. I"animals', Hhecp. and homes.HveHtock hciRH. :nnd of do-nil MOTH I. OK AI'I'I.K'ATIOV FOIL TXIIIKI I

r' ", mt NWft : RR54: ofSWV 20 : > i In:" "K<'l'lon nr< AM) ESTATE :
,, ,.
.',, ; 4 M. C. Os-' .w.. s'i. of NKft.'NWM, of stock. and"rAzlnand l tci c-arrv on agricultural a irenvral Ijual-lUi- tim <.ioKit\i. UTA-I-I'TKH' OK INSURANCE and REAL i
Mil f. ) .
.54 NKft of fiR\\4 ; R\i. of NEft TillftTATK OK Kl.Otllltt.
I n< *
F OS-tent s.d of . Notice i la iclvi.ii tbat D R.
I fiR 4 ; HHH4 of RE% 22 To sell and licreliy
.. mm* her ; ', of H\t"4 ; 'n .VI produce purchase' JI<;SKNH. iHirrhnxer" (,f Tax ('..rlln.1 Letus insure Life Health Property.)
of the farm
inoiliictfl nn.llalry.
N'FJ't your
.' mm* ftmm .L: NKJ4 :and all articles: I Koods and merchanillsi. : Cole No l3a%. dntt-d 7th day of your your ,"T.
'3d C, 5.4 of 8W14\ of SWft ; SH of BW% .- ] manufac- A. 1 > I 1913. baa nli-d nitld Certificate In .
produced ( or
,' Ck.rl.u IX.mmm of 8W14 -_ __ _ 23NWt4 turi-d from such prpar products. my ofnci- and has nmde application. for I Information in regard to property for :
, A. "of accordance with
.. Mary of NW'ftV'KVt; of EH To carry or thp b..ln..11of\ iwhole- Tax Deed to IKWU.- In .
t ,1. ? aha b* 8WU of NWft : NW% of SWft eel.' and retail dealeri In meat and'no..1 law Said, ('ert.itlentnlraces the sale and rent cheerfully given., of NW>4 _______----_--_----_ stH products. and to operate In cor.n.'itlon following land. \I' InK and being In . .
w w. I). E of NEft of NEft ; 1'1'-% of NRft : therewith slaughter houn.t.stock Oaceola County Florida. to-wlt I flea :tWE
.S 4 WaIsosS : NW% ; NMt of .NKi of SP3ft yards and live-stock ranchesalso ; 711' yds. N of tiE Cur of S''.\' 4 of SW I WRlTf THI: KIND OF INSURANCE THAT: PAYS. '
( r mmmrn IS. ) 2B Kouth. ..,
: B'WU of NEU of 8EMV; to all kinds of food of Section .T"wl1lohtp
C II 'i.e.... 4at NWft of .RI': % : NWtof and food manufacture riroducts.. operate and Range 29 East run N 70 yds., W TII Only reliable companies in our list. '
\Jf mm iss i| RI': of BHJft ; RH of SEft of maintain tanneries, 8c'.tt: storage warehounm. I yds.. S 70 )da.. E 70 )'d.. to point ofbeKlnnlng. .,1

-51h. said' BE2: ; N-A Si SW% ; sw or I Ice plants. canning factories, 1.
.5p OC 5W34 27 fertilizer factories and other factories. I The said land being asjessed, In thename ::1::>> Gr. .A..G- \ '
W- or tk r- w\vft oin'- <[;j)B'vrC of Bwi 1: 28 I' and all buildings needed for the conduct . of ttclplo: .esesne at the date of '
NAVft of NWft ; S<_ ql NWft; of such business. the Issuance of said certificate J .

l WH of HKft" ;L NWft of SWft 'Ie To acquire by purchase or other Unless said certificate shall be redeemed > Second floor Citizens Bank Eldg. Kissimmee Fla. .:
aocordlnff' to law. tax deed will ,
of NBftc BH of NEfti, ; RV4of wise exchants. -
:. Bill Of NV ft" } VH of BE ft' I SB ..w'a...dmbo'J: : ::;:: of. issue thereon on the 10th- day of January.
luse, that ory *fL ..-.,.--. 80 trade and deal In real. estate .or other. A.: I). 1-16 o..oo oo oou.uu o.. OOOOOH Uot' '
fa Jnthe 241014 of T-wltjj1I4; \: ; NJ. 4t property personal or mixed.To witness my h .nd and seal at JCIsBlmmee. .----c
--- -- --- -- --
ult. other -swi. .- 7.7. ? __ siA Florida this 8th day of De-I -
-- -- -- -
; and that survey subdivide, !plat. Improve cember. A. !>. 1P15J. -
1,1. JN
JTH. ,
I of saleor :.
,' 8 0 interest.Rmplalnant. RANI.18 27 KAST. nnd develop lands for purposes I. OVIOHRTTIEKT.iScal I -

,,S t. ; \ of NW4 HW'4 of SE'i. 12 otherwise and to flo and performall ) CI 1. rk Circuit, Court.iKC t.I .
acit' .nvthe said thIngs needful for the development. \4 ( <'oln, ('""nlv. Florida '
N\V\ or of I
NRft. NXVU 51.14

' 5N lhBald un.J.nHD rof N\V'4 F: %of. S'4 R" '.4.of MV1of S1', of N1'/Rwr, : 33 I I li U.I|the""IIN.. Improvement same, for residence and maniiKernentof trade or 51-5t_Hy JAMES M JOHNSTON., : '_L> C I The favorite Store of Kissimmee 1, f'i\

That I
of I '
rest* In and to NWNEft:.t fNJj'l; : NW4 4'fI'r:1.; : %; To conduct a Keneral real estate,

ealproprty. of NE'ii of RKVi .l.T. S4RM HUretv and Insurance axency and liro-

t Osceola and of BEft ; WH of SW14 SSKRft kirRK'lniHlneHK.. and to act as aKi-nt. Proceedings of ; i

,. AA' : of SRH . _ . ._ SB broker or attorney In fact for any
; I on.' ThirtyS AI.I IN TOWNSHIP 25 South. Ran eJ7 I persons firms or corporal'ons In buy- "

S ,- : Township Ka.t.West tog selllriK.i pledging Und dealing Inrial FURNITURE ? -

Es Twentytis H acres of NWft of RWftof or. personal property or Its accessories. the City Council I '
,' of $htngld REft : All that part of RH of

' 11Countylants1 REft South of Railroad ; S\V'4 XI To carrY on the trade of generaldealers I
S NW % pf HEft : SN'4 of RKft 8SAl In merchandise and supplies
nil! .. IN TOWNSHIP 25 SOUTH. of all kind. on the co-operative plan. Dec 7. 1815. ;.
ti. !,.. on or before RANGE U EA8T7: To carry on arid entertain. any .. The Council, met In regular session,I
A-t'D. iis: and each of them be and they are rerehyrequired ness uhdertaklnK transaction or op- there belnK present, o F. Krlbbs Pres
,", MI.e tha said Bin to appear to the hill of complaint oration corn ioniy carried on or und..rlak.o J W. Thompson. \l\'. Carson. Itorna ;
t. aa confess- heretofore filed In this cause on by i/romoters. Investors financiers Thomas. K.: C. Hr an. M Pledger. actIng -WE HAVE IT \
Monday. the 7th day of February 1916 contractors, merchants commission city attorney. H K. May ,mayor: I
-I? that this the
I the same being a rule day. men and agents, and In courseof and J. R Ollhert. clerk
I:!, a week for It I. further ordered that this orderbe such' business to draw accept endorse ; The minutes of | ht> last meetings

1 S l a the Kiss published once a week for twelve acquire and sell all f or any negotiable were read and approved bills were ap ...

if\\\ ,a weekly consecutive weeks In Klsslmmee Val or transferable Instrumentsand ordered paid I as follows' : .""'
_, $ '''of, general ley Gazette a newspaper published In lecurltles.' Including: debentures. fI.Oj'tdlr..ny. sal. :major: _f ao.OO ---==== :: tio1!:
ot. Osceolaim bonds notes and bills of"exchange.To .
: said rounty.WITNKSS n.V.. Overstreet, sal miu-Hha). 7600(
4 my hand and the seal of : purchase acquire, hold own. assign A. E. Coleman Rill police 55 00. :
k : ; :i
'R im vr..jourt aid Court. at Kleslmmee City. this November transfer: vand dispose of thestocks J. Z. Roberson sal treasurer _. 2600J. In connection with our Hardware line- we carry a complete :.
: .
s and lOthj 115.Ct. bonds and other evidences of II clerk 75.00 )
R. Ullbert. sal
Ind the of- corporation. do- ', line of furniture We make a specialty of outfitting hornet andlian4I. .
of ..
-j'-- ( Ci Seal) J. L. OVERHTRBBT Indebtedness any J. R. Gilbert. sal depy. collector JS.OO '. .
a tCourtonS inestle and to Issue In exchange d.. ....
Clerk, Circuit Court. or foreign Lewis O'Bryan sal city atty _ 2500 reliable '
T). i u.owlt Oaceola: County Florida. therefor Its stocks bonds, or (1. F. Krlbbs. mbr. council 2.00 '. "

-ci'4. tt, -" BT. ROCKER A MARTIN. other! obligations.To I J.j.W. Thompson rnhr council._ 1.00 { -
lease. mortr i
Court Complainant's Solicitors. __47-ltt acquire own work w. W. Carson mbr council 1.00
gage convey. sell and dispose of any Roma Thomas, nbr council . 2.00 Bed Room
1 t'? Itf! 4llt fWi'ui'i) CIHCI'IT' COIIHT OP1 TUB mines minerals, ores mineral oils of E. C. council 2.00 Dining JJ ; "
oil ,
t. all kinds mining and mineral ; r'W.a.nH.'n: ; : .
k-, BKVKNTII!: JinirlAL TIROVIT Of .a rent Nov- 16.00
KI.ORIDA. IN AND FOR OWCR rights and metalliferous lands I 1(1... Tel. Co.. rent __ message 5.21 Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor '
i- : TIE OLA COIJNTY. IN CHANCERY any Interest therein, 1.e explore and, Valley Oaiette, print &: sup._. 12.40 : i"
work, exercise develop same
<1.V.. Overstree. feed prlsnrs 43.00M.
::5 , ' S wtb 3.41Vl.a4da Pf.NINNVl.AR VkL"TORIC8 COM- to manufacture. and transport all kinds I K.... comforts" for pall 4.00 Suits Odd Chairs Rockers ,

,_ , PA N V. a ..rlt 2rs l.. .rgasla.4 ..- of ores. metals and. minerals. andthe. May Lumber Co., lumber" for :
t ... products thereof.To City barn 7988
,. at-v. _.der the laws t .rt. and
('._" _. establish construct operate and stills W. II. Maklnson Co.. mdse city Couches Etc. it,
conduct. turpentine farms t( i if
vs.THOMAN. 29.78 >
us.t I ,
t., *T .O. Itmmm, ifi 1.LI.01Y. I T. At-, shingle mills and saw. mills hotels plants. electric exchanges - r'Jlib-'r-C.I: m I- A supplies\ 1.50 ,* v]

lalBsats.tmm. Defeadaats. lighting power Ion Z.V.. Kas, labor and material
and systems, tramways city barn _,_ 147 31 h, s

it. mmm skes. ORDKR FOR SERVICE CONSTRUCTIVE roads systems, dredging, ;wafer and works drainage and and to sewerage manufacture plantsand - Osceola R. U. Canova Hdw ,Co.extra mdsn police cty barn_ 156.66 2.00 Thjt; tore 1 U making a record for itself iuth. matter ef I *.; ''I I'

Tie*. rr IS ORDERED. That the' defendants plants and systems; E. A. Nlemeyer. for band fund 25.00
deal In lumber. cross ties helping people to outfit hornet. Come and
herein named to-wlt Thomas R. and Citizens Dank. of Kiss In lieu .... Our price are J I

4sTiok' Allison. Augustus O. Anderson. Pike and -naval stores. purchase of all kind.catch take of warrant No. 2678 ajid Interest right. 'J,., :

II. V.'w Adslr. Sarah J. AVerlll. Stephen W. To acquire sell to date 1028.00 I

V.. 554Rd Aldrlch. 8. H. Bullock. Francis M. B.$- buy. hold. store of pack and distribute preserve fish Citizens Hank of Klsa., In lieu .II '
be. be. Helen C. Bennett, Daniel Rills export, dispose of Warrant. No. S59-4 and Interest
kinds and td generally engage r.
.44 ..d Brosrden. William H. Bennett.Vllmot; Qf to date 1141.70
.'-t 1'4.. CharlesH. In the fish business.To Citizens Hank of Kiss.. Inlleu
V. A. Carrln.rton. Charles Dooley sell equip, operate '
Dow. Arthur E. Donesrsn. Empire build buy 1oats.sailing of Warrant No. 230. and Interest '
steam ships steam TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS:
ano : :
,u V besbead. Land Company. a corporation organised vessels motor launches powerboats to date _._ 2217.59 I ':
Ells Osceola Hdw. Co. mdse Rt work40
mmmmmmt.Mary Under the laws of New Jersey. and other boats and property to
A. worth Trust Company, a corporation : lumber Rt. wk :7.10
be used In such, business trade commerce t't .1"I krfo"
.5. hubS Ii. under the laws of IowaM.. Kiss., pay roll
'A organised
: 4 W. '. 8. Kllsworth James Forrest JohnFlanrmry and and navla-aMon operate' ; piers.and to dock.construct . for Rt. hands 174.1. N. matter what kind of an Engine yon have-..Gat, Steam,

. .u..dr.ui.Wat. John-Flamery. Girard Trust wharves' warehoused and terminals Inconnection R. A. Snyder, fixing fireman'scoat .50 Railroad or Stationary Enr atl-w. hare exactly th Toob.
ora-anlsed Under yen
Company. a corporation with such buslnesa.I I ---- --rotid .4
the I laws of Pennsylvania Richard I To pursue any and businesses I Sam Sec.. pay: .heed .in your everyday work-Wrenehet Hammers Oilen etc "
aoodhrurt. J. Herbert Green, James W. ngt'.U: other rent for fre dept. 43.00 ,
and to do
,, t Hughes. James H Huvhey. James P. I act. and. things and any to exercise any Ford <-ar K* Co., mdse. and all of the bed quality and workmanthip, and at price that win '
for fire X.51
; rent dept.
/_ HuKhey Everett, F. Hall. and wife ,
Emma L. Hall. George Fred Holmes and necessary all other expedient powers or which convenient may tn Berry Padgettw" sal scavenger._ BO.00 turprUe yo" This ttore ha the reputation ....... oaly. :

:' .5 5, Clinton pa Railway'L. Haley. Company. Jacksonville a corporationoraanlsed A Tam business connection and with businesses, or In .addition hereinbefore to'the A.Rate: E. McLaughlin Thomas j: wid'ng!sal. Main scav'ger Bt. 214.73 80.00 hardware that it of superior quality and yon will make .. .. '..1, '0 '

under! the law. of Florida, specified which a natural person and ci Fla. Else. Co.. mat. for B LPn." take bt hen NOW and .
S 'wonderful Pat Johnston Edward V. Jackson. corporation of this character maY lawfully -. -_.. ''7sr coming Inspecting ... .Uf stock; ?.. ,: : "

Oeorge W. KI..r"llrWI1lIam 1.. McUKlmbalt do and exercise, and to doany'I '
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JR BILL 1 4 4 STATE NEWS 0 4> third branch annual of the meeting Woman's of Auxiliary the diocesan to I Classified Advertisements il':1 .
i ., the Board of Missions will be held in :
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r i :'r ;! ldada' \ Humane Daytona Society has organized with over a one Junior hung,. the 17th. ---- .- ._-.-_ . -. -. -. .-.--.__......_------ .--_ .._.. ._ -' -_. .. .' .i. .7L

,MEDAL WORK dred pupil in the_public school Watermelons weighing from 20 to DWELLINGS for rent;' Apply tot M. FOR SALE-Bungalow, 5 rooms and'fjj .
1 ... r' 40 pound were selling.on the streetsof Tiller. bath; large lot.. Bargain for quick
The ladies of theCivic League of Clearwater a few days ago. .
sale. Cap*.Breeze. A. J. MacDonough. -'.
I' deacNguoline; tank* 'for, boat and an- Apopka held an informal reception at :
Jersey 51-4tpd
pr''rats: ; fad ventilator,'in connection with. ) the city hall a few djCyg ago in honorof Regular,street in Miami car service was inaugurated FOR SALH be fresh-Full-blooded December 10th.cow'Will !C.II. . : ,;;oJ ii
Mrs. Park W. Trammell wife of on Saturday '
I N ?. fadlator.;, *"and fender the state governor. Mrs !Trammellwas I morning, by the Miami Traction. cim- Funk, Kissimm e, Fla.. 60tf FOR SALE-Large and small real-* .' 74
I' born .in Apopka and lived there panyl: dences, well located. Also vacant]: .i\*"
N :in for many years. ; lots and farm tracts ?
tills. (Country a Specialty I Up to Saturday a total of 129 solid in good condition. Can be seen at improved.:1\:
INt3 ',. 1 carloads of Bifton Head lettuce Cash or terms. P. O. Box 345. 49-4 / >. '
' .1Mr The sale of bonds i issued by the Big j Lupfer &: Prather Garage. 47tf
o CaD'J and!..see me on any kind of metal drainage district of Pinellas Park has had been shipped during the prevent \ ".1' r
i' been satisfactorily arranged, and season front theSanford section.It FOR SALE-BARGAIN-: acres; :t.t
,lA'r' ] FOR SALE OR TRADE for and ;
S 1 I horse .
::1 work will start in earnest very short- '
I i ly. A big dipper dredge to be used is reported that the orange crop fine pasture land at $3.12 per acre. wagon one 2 cy. Buick i In good' J.".'
ii; ; EOa GARAGE i Ito cut the big ditches has been shipped I on the poor farm of Ilillsborough I O> W. Ward, Kissimmee, Fla. 47tf condition, good tires; rousraell or
P f and is on hte way. The lateral county this Season should net in the trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O.
i ." "- ditches will be dug by hand. neighborhood of $2,500. I STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 Box 221 Kissimmee. 7tX :
.. t for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.60 ,"
: Fort Lauderdale is arranging for a Some of the leading citizens of I Peach, plum, pear and Cherry tree. FOR RENTSix'room modern cottage "; !(".:. 1
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Christmas Hastings have entered into
municipal tree celebrationto an
at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- '
: p it be held at the school on Christmas taking gor the holding of a three- I foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf close in; $12 per month. E. f ':?. |.
night. The woman's club is carryingout days' chautauqua in that city towardthe I .____ E. Wells Real Estate and Insur-t.} :,
+ K K ti the plans; everybody is to be invited end of January or early in Febru- 1 STALLION (FREP)-For Colt ser ance. 104'Posslel Ave. (The Inn). r,,,,-"-:
there will be a treat for each ary. : vice. intelligent, .; "'..,..
sion Rates child present, and a good entertain Sturdy strong f ..
ment is to be provided. The com Miami is trying to secure the estab- gentle, medium size, excellent con- FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway"t ,
munity Christmas tree idea seems to lishment in that city of a War Department : dition. Money refunded if no colt. 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat{ I/ ,I

i tRi 3000UNT. .1 QPtti ; be growing favor. Fletcher and aviation Bryan school.have promised Senators r 422 West Oak Street. 49-tf completeily equipped for cruising., : ;

r 5 I Work has ben commenced on the their assistance in the project. It is Will sell at very reasonable price.', ,. *'
qk; ,, 5' as Holidays preliminaries in connection the ,understood that the war department I FOR RENT-Rooms, unfurnished, See or write W. W. Saunders, 818 .
". '. building of n new bridge across Deep 1 is considering the establishment of beautiful lake view, delightful Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf
-,'VIA Creek, four miles southeast of Hast--,such a school somewhere in the neighborhood, 121 Patrick St., closein :- .
.. I, ing This i is one of the most important South. ; $5 per month. 46tf ..
bridge.flructnres in St. Johns FOR SALE-A ten-acre'square tract'of '
G COAST LINE countq WiUAl'6Dpletion! will be wel- With the co-operation of the teachers FOR SALE-Three-room house and the finest quality citrus land; '
of the school, the ,
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,:Railroad of the South .It. cross itheqrfm"' nL* ItA> pLFeel:: j Cjlvb. of .Winter Park has organizeda lot, \$350; twenty-five .dollars cash fenced; one and one-half mile from, "'
"f 'school savings bank iri the .Winter balance' $10.00 per month. This railroad station. For further pax.'. 1+ rJ1

?e Dec,, 17th _tP .ZSt> ,J l }:ver The .ttwnWa W laTOHamnMck in "'f11t'nllutl Park public, _schooL; The bank of beats paying; rent., J. M. 'Willson. ticulars, inquire of H. W.. Steam. :_ .t. .
Winter Park; as a Christmas }gift, has "
'' fertile section of Volu Jr.WANTEDPain. Loughman, Florida. 41-tf' .
1 rlgl ial .'starting: poiibtTby: : aia county, , started anojh r placed.a neat little .sum t*> the) credit 4
M for the creation of drainage 1Oth.A movement a - sewing to do.
art SALE Cash r'
t Three-
ar ..., . district. A similar effort was Pleas call. Mrs. II. D. Geiger.
;" -Ij>.'" ; - .- made in 1909. bat was unsuccessful.It The question of enlarging the boun- lot located in residence portion'or,
.rJ '', daries of Dade county by taking in 61-Ztpd St. Cloud, Fla. North of railroad,
that the
k9r,information call on any movement'12OW'On ill .repoc.however.foot shows that portion of Monroe county on the I LOST-Gold-rimmed eye-glasses' in: within easy distance of bpsin.sspart .
F. t '. every mainland of Florida is again being of town. Shade afforded by* ,
evidence of being successful. case bearing name Of Cole Jewelry
Agein!. oi\ ; with it pine timber 76 foot hnby t
_. agitated, a view to getting be- Company. Return to Mrs A. T.*..', 160-
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fore the next-legislature and of securing and receive reward. 52-lt j foot depth. Plenty roomfor1-" a ,
s ;T'GKI The Jackson County Item is th4 the co-operation of the legislativerepresentative home, Apply Valley,1
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just from Monrpe eoun y.'O'OOOO'O.O..ot.'OO Fbr Trade-Will exchange good I -'"'
D. PauengerAgentt began publication at Marianna, : :.C;
: ..... ";- .... .with eight page of home print. O.t milch cow for good buggy. A. M. FOR SALE--Two:-year-old '*our' 'off;
1: -" ) The twenty-fourth annual convoca* 4 : Story. / 52.2tpdFlorida ange trees, $12.00 per hundred. Twp tt*
3: ,. tSon of the Episcopal church in it* STATE PRESS' "" .. year-old seeded lemon tree.five for" t. r
au% + 4 4 capital can unite in such determined 1. T. L. Harney,.Orange; .Centers. !
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effort on this project a* to .
.TriBune' suggestion of a Flor. insure its glorious success. FOR fin.SALE-A good milk) cow and 18 ".
e(ida" exposition hi'1919, celebrating the At present we have our South Florida I>aI ').Jersey:; A. M. Story heifers.proP Kiiimmee.,-ollpd'preferred (: "t 'r/,
.: : : centennial of acquisition of.,Flor fair on ,hand. which will, engage ,, tt
: i I ida',by ;the;'United* State, ba met I our-;;attention' 'for., reveral monthu.; FOR, 'SAu-ca.1: .." On. ',.:
It i with, .rti.PP{; vat. *o-far a* expreiston -: When that i is over we ihould tart the' block of-five, lot* inonth part' of .'
I have been heard. movement!for the Florid'exposition. (r., '250> foot<\front, 20& foot .,,/
:: :: ; : I, :'Thi*.must(.be aitatewide:. affair in' 'In'the!/meantime.. let'/progressiveForidlan ,II f.. banana depth; ;'or,Rich truci muck; erowinj: ,sofa adapted.Eighteen to'" ;. ",..

information,1 ,giving .number ,o( 'tons :of I preparation. and,a "natl n-wid.' 'affair. everywhere'think about the .inch fall'Sltch.;) ,Jrleke,7"'j ;
r fertilizerQOPANY I in pa 't1dpatio, f:, ; wv\ 'i saggestion'andl.t.the, newspapers homepay for Its.1f.' ,< t .,' J;'

: ,. '.. I It la nseles,to:waste time upon cUe'.H'and obtain. ,expression*.,on Two, ,lot* Lake Shore Addition/ bei.;' }
i \ .project .if',it, JJq'| decided 'that'w. an i it"fro., .',lesdheItissns'. ', ;All: such ,. 'tiful. situation, fader. Lak.\:Tohol ,. '
? nekaligm. Ideal
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'I neighborhood fabin, '.the: accepted agitation-and"'.we :'musts.; ,AGITATE country club-house.. .Telephone aad, ., ,; (

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