Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 24, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00730
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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t.'. f. :-""or.'JI. OW. 0 RAISE.POTATOESN ' FouldB' KISSIMMEE BEAUTIFUL LAKE: : BONDIKGQUESTION }

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,!'. ;1 I ' Gazette<:Ads.. I MAKING NOTABLE A : F
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: .* .. :, worked 'OIII'iualq, *. plan,, of < .
It tl eris.anybody' fa Kii AND'ENJOYllfG1.I1UCH.FROSPERITY: ,,caUng:>its readers') attention to' ,
: : '.;minas who doesnt belle v*,.that. .,..hat. new. It carrie* this ad- '
advertising in the '.Valley, Gacette .. vie .regularly on: ita editorial,'
:UNSETTLElI"
f', IMRHJABILLIONS: will accomplish results,..let: : x ..-Tdmf>q Tribune. pages '

;, :. him heed the following} j ... ( 'I' ,biw,'$...... . .
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.:you your dogAsk '-----C .
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j Eloopped. _
: : :' Henry ,Lightsey ,how to Its' 'big'Christmas ..edition the. attic Association known 'th Kim- ; ) ;:'1 1DSSlMMEE.
:OF ACRES OF LAND And him. In ; > a* Married. 'i MOVEMENT '
Tampa Tribune' rlnted the following slmmee Produce Growers. S.: T- Fan.- WHERE "
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,. .WHICH WILL: ,CROW, SPUDS Mr.Lightsey lo.t'a 'valuable write-up of Kisslmmeet." . ler. was chosen as president for then Divorced, '\',' \,. STARTED APPEAHS TOI'.aft.' "

.? ARE' ,TO BE"FOUND IN MANY ,,hunting trace hinvalthongh dogand; could h.,, 'find no , fKatch Klssimmee if You.Kan,". ,.., organization, V with .M" D.'"Alex. Left Town; ;' ': .! .. FORGOTTEN 1MJUI. WWLE ST. .
or sought
Embezzled ; .. ,
Kisfalmmee, situated on; the west ander' as vice-president"i; and .W J. "
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AND
SECTIONS THE'STATE him.'In every known''placeforseveral 'Absconded, ', CLOUD HAS _TAKEN IT. WITH
The
shore of beautiful Lake Toho kallga. Frlpp, '** secretary-treasurer1.
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'FARMERS ARE. GIVING ATTENTION day. He placed enrad- of with, Had a fir*,' THE >
"'* in one of.the richest and most productive executive fleers. together D.Barreire ' '. DISTRICT- .SCHEME AS
verttsement-In., the-Valley Gaxetterphick Sold farm >, ( ,
'section ''of the .claims.the J "F. /Berry D. J. Hlrl- a "
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state
TO CROTf *"
: t 1 cost him-the small Had ,, ., BEST ,; a
a baby" : i, ,;
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',i ( ', distinction of being. one of- the bat. man B. Morn and Clark Howell "
sum of :forty. cents. Tbs advertisemeat. -'' known cities In central Floi-Ha: form the managing board. While the Been arrestedCom ;- I" e, 4: : . 44QUICK
appeared on. Friday'last The events of some in the history organization )Is yeIn its. infancy theenrollment to town 'i
years '
1 FAVORED . Monday :morning' ,.Mr., of all cities vital than reached Cracked ., ACTION, '
4r1 KISSIHHEEJS Lirhtscy) appeared! at,'',, the );Ga-,",. others' and :the', past seem-more year will stand numbers has coming from seventy the'members Shin. ;K ied'an ,ooMc.rRobbed -.' ; : ,NEEDS ,
his face
sette office : bIamIngSwith : .Ii '' :
"': .. > smile' *. ,V > as a red-letter year in. the wide scope gle.Creek 'diatrlet. and'aft far .. Orange r'_"
; house
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"r; ,. BELIEVED BT":EXPERT GROWTills '_' <"1'". found -my :dog.- Yonr'. '' of_ In the the Influence early. monthe.Kisslmme-.In of its progress. :, : all Center...shipments'The under association its name U making and ,,Been assassinated.Committed -. t IF ROAtf 13'TOE1JILT TO COXJNECT' .

'i, :ERS'THAT SECTION CAN ad dlcJ"t1l.work.; ", he said.., ;.7. common with other cities In the state, tamped with their beautiful seal containing sulcidO1v\ ' 'WITH' POfc*,;'' COUWfr' de
I ... RIVAL! THAT OF The dog w.,taken-up at:the YA'- of' the Fallenfrom an,.aeroplane, t'LAY' '
BE MADE -TO ' felt the beginning reaction the'words. Kissimmee Produce STEPS AR*" NsKWttAstT' 'TO
fe. ..; '
A.t ,*'ED BY.FLORIDA' FARMER AND * ,
HOJWES EKER 'TELLS BEST fthe' GaietteA still saw the'ad in the" Val.Icy ,. .; patches and )'OunaCJ'OY1I' which, 'were coming; of more pfo.ptrowstimes it .. " - .., ,WORK: CAN; B8;jxws.btJtifilei ,
.. JPLAN 'FOR'PREPARING: TO In eult1Y\tion In the vicinity'of has been made more effective.. A large } TUB < '
-'Mrs. ,A; Tress" lost -pair of put- i COMfNG.V[ 8PKINGAMt: > : :.
d' j;; CROW" CROP; ldrtlTUfted'A.egl.I- a '., last'weefcv the'city. .Many new, settler purchased packing house has been leased, which : CROWD .HEARS; SUMMER.MONTHS., V .p '. . :
:*, She Invested In a Valley tracts, cleared the land, built was 'thoroughly ernized,'and it is ''''t':: { s t'Ap '

il, ;i' ,-]Considerable: interest in the matter Gazette ad and the. glasses' were. homes. ,As and market produced conCUtion..renot marketablecrops. npw '''of the city the in the other handling'J packinehouses of :CHRIST-MAS"CAN1ATA arent yth.PeoP1e.V'': ,otYirim-za:, '. '

Cif growing potato crops In the vicln- returned' Saturday.Does ; entirely'.satisfactory: ,' a movementwas the shipments of fruit.which are me and this k; seoiion of OMtidfe '
w :ity of Kissimmee-has arisen from thesuccess , advertising pay? These put on foot to co-operate and Kia brought to this point. 1 ." .. county have forgotten t.M plan,to stsftt' '.
of a number of growers last peoJlle, and. many, other' say yes/ simmee (tow has -an ,up-to-date Grow-, ,. j (Continued on apage'8)V' ) METHODIST the' county. eqnniset ;4Y ....on.' 'In; fact it '.I'stated.'by!' ex. ,.Tr7, ,. 1t ';fi ,1< : i;. _. ..< CHURCH CHOIR bond election for th* ratsing *f f*... /,
pert in the growing of this croft that : I'," "f GIVES i SPLENDID RENDITION to' pav* ,Ch*..road '} $' ,
'.' -th* land in the vicinity of Kissimmee .. .. ,, .OF 'THE'LIGHT ETERNAL" ON Cloud.and to *; team. '
'. 'Is even better adapted to the growingof .. $31 000 FOR KISSIMMEE :RIVER SUNDAY EVENING ,BEFORE orderto-link; up'th: ';; i.\ of

potatoek that-,that around Hast CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. '. AUDIENCE;,THAT FILLED :EVERY actions"y, '*; \>- '
th. 'mo.t famous ; . ', : "
lags, '
grow-
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Potato .. Chlsholm preached the 'It' .propoMd' *onWl'weks
on ap
'X:, log section in the state.I SEAT, IN BUILDING.. to ilk1' .
K "Present World Crisis and the Doctrines ,the eoaJtty'Mn"
WORK IN NEW CONGRESS
IN
PILL '1' ::.;; ::+.. ,' ,
In this connection the following of Good Will" last Sunday eall a! general bonding" elect to* jfo*
I i 'article printed T>y the Florida Farmer night to an appreciativ* audience. He 1 The largest audience', that ever this" purpose.'I... Shortly+t'afterwsvd 7i
r sand Homseeker will of Interest the Methodist meeting,,of-th voter of th >soa.Mr.Ft ,
prove . will preach Sunday morning on the -- ---- -- gathered at. church In ; "
'J '". Florida produce many good reg.- the Past :Year" Sundaynight he That the recent trip of Congressman buildings committee headed by Representative evening 'hear the rendition of the plan of''"c cAenJ J ..,....... ,
'table! ,>crops out of season will speak on MTh Claim of tae Divinity Sparkman and Major -LaDue. of Clark, of Florida; to report Christmas cantata ,"The'' Light' Eter
:with harvest time with a re- I of Xniristf ; ' the U. Army: Engineers to the Kis I ,an omnibus building bilL nal"-* given by the choir; under, the roeJEStfm'thU a1
< suiting strong d.mand'at good prices, gordial4nvitatloa'e'.x) .ehded; to. simmee Valley had Us effect is shown' It developed today that ", hon the direction of P, K. Weaver, 1 ," ; to the "Wonder City*'***.extended to .
e" 'but"-nothlnjr'-In the t writer's opinion. SA '. ,. ..-vaREMAIN .. rlveis and harbors committee meet The,'church .was'filled, to the''tastseat the- Brevard ';county,rln.-In order t* .
+ 41,;surpa.es. tie. Irish :potato, .11 in a new bill to be introduced in con after the holiday to determine its and many,were slttino;;in chairs: complete the+'connection'of !th* eaa J.
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, rgtstany standpoint 'f .from', fn \ \ gress1 for river work in the United coarse, there will be up for consideration or. standing long before the hour for ern and,wuUmJ branches ofJile Dixl*

11:i 1f tn' the first'place the potato..Is ,a n REV, SI.W, LAWLEPJOf', States$37,000 in for which work is on an the appropriationof Kinltr nee favoftable on new reports, project of the aggregating armyengineers the entertainment-of praise to which begisu'were.' 'The made expressions Hlgh, 'Following'' y"* 'these, ;' _, amionA i' \': ," .

eta as wheat.s j; ..
river is Included.A'dispatch about $120,006,000.The .
Compared wtth'othervegetibles or by practically every one in the large Valley Gasette'o6'.r-.a;' nth.'propoIitlon ,
..1i : M E. PASTORMETnoDIST from Washington readsas committee decide to restrict ,
. '* may crowdwas evidence, that those who '
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. of'
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boading>.by
: I ::cereals, it' has a)high foodvalue.V; follows? the bill to continuation of ;
. ? projects '
attended
" were more,.than 'repaid ,fprcoming trlct., wblch world'a1t.p
-
cooking { therpeo
It require no preparation for : "--j "- .; "? \> v \.t' j-fi/ ''''Despite prospects of a fight in congresi already authorised. '' .
. and be cook- outvvK:: of Commissioners' dietrtet No. a, ._ ,
washing '
t ed In except many- different .ways.may '.' --CONFERENCE\: :CON ?,-ovejr f revenue legislation and .-y There i* evidence, of an Intention The cantata .was"'.' boautiful ,one. which. St'Cloud .U i located: ',. to bond,
the* of leaders for of !
.' CLUDES ,LABORS'' AT >' pleas party : economies however oft the part many: memhire the text- being br> Rene Bonner'and and build their- 1UBrvard '
TAMPA toe
road
It U ready: to harvest in from 100 ; own
Chairman
, of insist
Sparkman the to upon
0# more libiralr7ra the music H.., .. ,
.!i. -to .120 days from planting. 'a AND;ASSIGNMENTS!! i OF MINISTERS houne' rivers and h.rtors oomnilttee terways appropriations, u- YJ >v by VPetrie.r, ': 7 teV-r the + Bounty V line, a*

'. '. .It is .a universal food for.-.- which' \ ;BARE'AM APE: 'a''FOK,,'THE is. planning report a;general waters '-jIThen" follows' .a list ok:. thanppropriationsVin ' ; +< DeWitt'i. The>Brown singer.wer,,VioHnJet*, assisted," aM" rteret, elway..a"market.: : : "COMING ways bill and there was talk today of which, Is' given'.th.litem,
member
"". 'YEAR -MANYvCHANG'The of the Choir aequit !ed-i>.r flror t iigftlD;
.
When 'the'potato's malty points:of the intention of tho house public of for.the Kisslmme river. ,
.ES LRE IADE.'. ;: $$37.000. ** himself splendid fashion.' ,The: '
dvantl ( .. A> :, l r -- ; ;
< are considered with'regardto /* UUs ti
a< r : J music showed, unusualtraininir. and i iproparation.
.. builto-a.ndasphalt'and
Florida, probably-the first.is that I. the
,}' '..;year under: propertondittonsthat ''JRev;;; ''"S:-'.'W.': 'Lwlee returned SANTAiA S'LETTERS ;'' Kissimmee. and poMessesrare--again; demon.tratedth.t talent; of ,t1e'petl.awwrroninq; ,
not SWEET POTATO SHAPED
"++ .It.is perishable; this week from Tampa'where, he attended which is appreciated toy thecity"a.'s
,' :The'next advantage' lies.in the fact -the Methodist conference. whole. .. .. '" '' tbaa, 'St, Ia
\ Florida- crop comes on the "The Methodist-congregation; here 8 DEVILS''H .. Those who ,took part In:'Ute .. / at 1sore.
and LIKE A : AD veanjrs -
; days or more ahead of any. the public In general .n' glad TV SENITOMOOSE.LODGE ; song service "were. I '- .
'outald. the; state and to learn that the Rev. M. Lawler, wall f A ". , . ., Boprano-Ella May Gilbert,. Aim
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'' W.'that.tbe northern It -without potato-eating-new potatoes pnb-for again,The, returned appointments.to Us for pastorate the-, Orlando:"here. The' M '.*' 'lodg'J;
year., This, together,with district! were asfollowsPresiding !-'.;w '' Claus to many needy;children' In Kis ola,:Construction ."and "Developmentcompanp.brought 1 Thomas;, Barber-Maud\Mrs.iW.;Tiomasonw')L,: PaulkivMra." ;tr." .. .,Failing,
\V' production; at the present ;"Elder.> miUi Harden: } simmee and :vicinity this: evening. ,. 'to the Valley-,Ga- Alto MaudAltte .AI1.toHopson' this. the :St. Cloud people. have o n -
Wagner. ;
.I time,".explain. 'whys Florida r..f. 'get'rrom.4.oo.to' $6.00 per barrel, f. circuit,.S. I. endrix'Shin, Creek" ,;' for-a Christmas tree on the fawn sweet potato growth. -- Weaver,. Mrs.,,J, Gilbert: Issue and ft i Is aid will;nslt-the cowty -
G;k b. their. itationr,for good No..1's,, ; : to; be. supplied; Crescent City circuit of the Moose Home formerly the Les- I 'The potato has, two, perfectly de.. Tenor..-.,.... H, Arm.tronc.t.. I W.. ,commissioners,":Cat .h* Janii I
Icy residence, the Graystone
G"W. 'StubluJ Enterprise circuit W. opposite v.loP84.hom. growing out of-the top fr the privilege of cal
the Prentis
Another advantage Is.that Harper1 Casler Chauneey
crop ,
-.tplanted'cultivated and harvested, J." Bartlett Frost Proof and Lake 1 hotel and presents will be dispensed i wblch-.,give tit.the' appearance Vof'a"Devil's Hawthorne.Bass .-. ? a'd Jet bend eectiwa. ,
,,)do and delightful Wales,'G. II.York i Haine. City, to be from the tree by the Moose ;Santa Head.", This likeness. was + .. L OveFstreet, th :locaC,proposition h
ngthewinter eeasbns: for outdoor spring work., : i supplied; Horthome/clrcuic( ; A. L. Claus. The tree hours will -be from brought out forcibly: by, the: artistic Re' '-John; : Tony up in'the air end t'is un to the pople .

,Anothe.. ', important'thing to Hope;'Interlachen, T, F..Ralond; Kisjimmee 6:80: to 8:30 this evening and the distribution efforts ..f one of the-.membere'ofthefirm .FianistLouise": ,Thomason. ..t of> thli'*ectlooto4take some ...'
,consider- i II that very the-potato ;thrives on ,. S.. ,W. bawler. ; Leesburg D. of toys and candy', to the who cleverly painted'a.' face,'on '5,Paul Weaver, director ', of action in order.to b* able,to pi i
Florida fatwoods" land. There are B. Sweat; ..Maltlandcircuit, J. E. children will begin at 7:15 o'clock the surface of the'pqtato..'' It la'Bow' So;well rendered was each'numberof ? their schem* of procedure 'at the
,' Shepard; Orlando, J. B..-Ley; Orida Plans have been made fo..UJrhtlng the doing duty'as a weight' in Ute meetmg. *i tTheyaUeyj
of Irish the ,
of acres good potato p.pei program that It"would be en.fair
millions and C.: E. Palatka lawn with colored 'electriC light and Gazette !
CHIIe"al Guttereige Valley where'it'may
'< JContinued; on. page "Two., ) S.' brady; Rodman 'and ,..t. McCoy .the tree will be beautifully decorated. be seen in the role of,"of ee devil" *, other's-to any singing participant in particular to'speak,for of an in*1 theLhir wp1lBarn.s-Cloud peopl* s ee
-. ?, Gw .T.'' Butler; Seville, K. D. The Moose lodge-'membeic are' also fact, entire-program II m ;It will b* a tkiat
Jones;* Umatilla. and .\r.vare.\-.1: ,-:;B. making'arrangements distribute was'as near for4hatecioA of the'eom... t .M
PROGRESSIVE CATTLE' Rooney; Webster,,,'X.v? L: Crows\, ; .;'numb.r:'jChristina baskets to WORK| ;!!ISSTARTEDON;; :;; : entertainment perfect-ae It is possible"bey"l for* ,a'musical", road actIng-.-central Florldn. wl as
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Welaka .circuit,' Karl Gray -Winter desemnapoor i ifamUieat..In.tact( ; A -: ':Jhoae; ,who "cantata.hopethat the Eas tk>at would be of insdllsiatV v.
> .: Garden;: lL C.",larcllIt''. Okeechobee, ,number, of,letters sent' through the therehoir will edo be heard, la leis vlu1>ft this w '
y"HAN FfGHTING.tICKS W. O< TTOutmah. ; : ;>'- I mails to' Santa Claus have been 'turned'over :VORANG< GnPNT.Y ROAD another. ; H ,". "J Stoi -JgalSjWc : '
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I ''Memben..of'the'.M.thodr.t j '
., church to the .Moose' club. and the to s**
',, "" ......o_. .' ; and.others lien ,will interested in gifts asked for will be sent to the lit- 4rk i i...-n..r'ThepipingJI ' with. Polk?eoun ,

'J}!t" "PA-T'. "JOHNSTON" HAS, ERECTED" the appointments--given: -to former' tie ones.., '-"* V' \. , i : ; :;j: now ..being'laid-to"> \-T CHRISTMAS RUSH )ISpWYAjWSTOFflCE, campalgnforS' a d,

k, DIPPING''YAT( ''AND AIDED, BYDEMONSTRATOR. 'Kissimmee> ; p.storsaafollows: ;?,: .V.'Mothers ;arerequested Vito( '''accompany carry: water for the purpose of mixing IV" systemxof ldesV ,
road ,' ....
.Austih. to JoinHillsborough -
JI"'BeUBartowhl..W. children to'the, .Christmas ,tree. concretefor the -curbing' along the
.-'' EVAN&VDIPPEWITS'HEAD Boca 4 Orand 5 .:.Wt>'H. Stelameyer ? . eoun r. y ark'
: ': OFi'BTOCK'AT: ; Charlotte'! ; Harbor,',}".\ T... Mitchell to the Orange Bounty: ,,line..The pumpIng complete HIS j EAST::LAKI'LAcE'THISv Hom.laJldf'W..H.! i'11nkV.ue u1a; OOLLEGESTUDENTS'IN N ,{I :'stationhaV been'-erected' at the to Tampa'pee
( W.iAiMyre / Springfield\ ; ,.H.;.-T. point where the ditch' crosses'Main .,'The'.'Christinas rush 'artthe''positof, se i of, this j*ecti ngethet. '
WEEK :iJ\ >> V ;
J I,' : .;;I t ..-1---....:-is"-gy g jBelieving j/-, Gaines. ,'1St;. \Mathews, ,'Ji.ekeonvlle.; L street' and th.wat.er..upplt.: ; will be fid* lias,been heavyall/tola,week- and and, take i iB e m. a
,," that,. the .tocic-raising L.; Honlkel'.. Hew 'Augastine. ;''J7D. hip' ''t CITY .FOR HOLIDAYS' secured from.r,--.thls .,, j Some the .volume\ of business semes much.
w 'fcusines in.1'Florida" should be brought ,bert, presldlng> elder ;Miami' district.- ._ ".. ... ' ._ .'.. work hag also been done onthe-grading heavier t.had..Ia.t..yeal'' : .j.vj/ ""''ti,
to a', higher standard and larger and -> On. ;ot. tha..former pastors of the -', T---, .'' 0".J '\1; "of ,the road and sv quantity of .Packages rat alh::slrei' and, shapejiwere iREMACD'IN'
Kissimmee,ehurch" ..Cr. I ATaa.ai
-letter-stock produced than has".".'!" Henry .Hlee, The Kliaimme.:younj'rntt'e.itid! .women ; rick' has a1readY'-.- been hauled 'aced .nt'out to almost *vryouonof
; Jn,tb!nast Pat Johbstoni" eenproduced of .dbduring.trepazt! ., i i i.'Io<' .. who' are.' .tt.ndincvadou colleges' ' placed alongside, the > .ril'bt- f-way.' the.United Statesand' sem to for I
';and/institutions.; of' learning: .AetuaP aTin, work'expected to> be . '
S Klsslmmee-*M .of' progressive+ gn'couutriee. ;; '* T
c -' cattle men of thial section,,,has erected L UWvibIiLYgh J : $ V hrve come homein, numbers to spend I started 'byth.Alabana Paving. com-. t tln:*order to .handle, the-eitra t parcelpoet mmTRUCKAAi
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t a dipping.Vat'at his East,Lake place the holidays' with their famlli.a' and I jany.within'the next two weeks- and business Stanley '-Bnnock 1 wasadded'toklte r
'c ,and has alreadybegun, the'yfigbt' friends. Thosewho,,are >cre_follow j the work-will be pushed to 'completion m
>and
"f. 'i.plnst'tick'r'0.; -,; ''JFrotri ;;State;- Coil. !for. Women".t Is order that there may be s a-complete. pogtefncd'taff : 're atI O67 a
ONE ceived the table with
ANOTHER FORMED parcels at T;a
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brick road from here Orlando > D BY;BI4I
week Join-: Tallahassee Missi ] '> .to- -- '
;;. >, On, Tuesday! this Mr. LucyjBuckles-: !: scalernd'..' other'.,.equlpm.ntr In, the '
"1" .eton;'. accompanied 'by., B.: E.. Evans; I .... : ,;:" "": "' ...It' f eon, Guice, and; Miss Eleanor Mosei . fore\ th-1 t:Five-County-Fair" i opens ,In lobby-.of th*' office.- Mrs. Armour of ?!UB R Ff.UIE .
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:'"Rs, ''county, farm d mon.tratorilwent'i"; toMr.Johnston's ..,*pVA.V! .n'Agnw, and W B..Crawifordc i .y."I.,. ; J'\ February VV ., _;I,- the.:regular"postoffic-tOf; alao''... - sr
:'f 7tJ- announce' ,...diseoluUon> of< the From Columbia: 'College," at- take sisted--at;*i 6thettble placed it: the aH0111E'i'OFipI; RAYfkcflA '

"rs,'I, ''head-dipping. of'.Joi stock.+some;'-This'war of: th..toek..nd the- second, leetlv.-"aln.ary.linn ofrYabi Arises-t916ysA".'Cra'WfMd.e-:- z' .... City Newton._Miss Inca-' Carsonand: 'Edward' J/X'HAtipiESAFtER'j,/ ;: : ; lobby; __ .*. '; ", MABBRTTK 8I
;)1.. Johnston declare that he an al- "" "M..jVall'gnew 'will'eohUnde'the ;'from- Porter )lfUia.Academ"l >i!""
f;.? ';ready. see an improvement In the; gen-, pt'aetice. : of'--law at'"acksomiller'IIiIMh Charleston. JL, CXr -Leroy. X ,,1:. .ral--condition of ;bid\ -herd.Thi..,; i offices ..'at 014 )i.tional. Roscoe Robe 'lOn.... ' '* : *, : .AN, EXTENDED ILLNESS hi'foot mahed Mon
? 'ranch ,4s all I under fence'-and with ,a building.. :f tjpfew' men dipping':Mr-:.Johnston be. ; 'W,,B.,Crawford andLee, JarreD an: Gainesville,. Gv -Lawi ence Gri! a.' I'' Of FRENCH: TRUCKERS 'over:him' after tit4n" .| ... ,
t: .lieves'.that he can; entirely eradicate n01lne.'the formation'of'-theT.firm-kof; .From'''University of Florida Gainer iAftsradllnee1'of: several.month* :, Uddle hagf teturned-.from a carr to
(\1 the'''tick'pest within a'few,:months. Crawford ;; A',:Jarrell;, 'effective ,,January : ville.,.FlaEarl'Mortow,. ;, ". ', II./J.,Hall,;one of the best known ettLsea. . residence-of Perry;'Crafton, coritte -'., ':;,f ;,
S tat,''lGl. for th general '' 'of Kissintmee-died at his home ' 'destroyed nei andy Rose;street*, Aout ..
: practice'oflawwith From Bren.u; Galnemll,- Gar Fir* of unknown '''origin .
lOUR"LlTTt SCHOOL ; : offices, at84.; 5 .and 6 Mis. ;Ruby Ellis'wh6 I.,an instructor. on Emmett -Streets'! last,. Saturd.y.While the barn -on i the-farm of; H. Barrier 6.30'.r ,-f u 'j -
: :"'" Mr. Hall had been in feeble" ;: H ; medicalto '
Cltizens Bal\k Building, JUsslmmee; ; .given
, ,, tJle. In music _. and G. Sir Gaadeasthw French truck .. .
+ FIa..w'- health for.mny"month.. hewas able'to e his I I.Thflr h a. ... ',4
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: weet
ofShfngle
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'_' 1 ',$, make request trips down town and et'e ;W nflz" ,
BOYS PLAYED : it-'was only;a few ,day.,nbef er*his ;the city"Monday' night.;ilSfr 'horses W Soon chic to..
; SANTA
: : J TOURISTS'NV1TED..TO; '(and a cow perished in the Ojfttos 1 '
$;i BASSENSERTBHAYE': : death< that h* greeted:' many ,friends' was ransejLhT V.
., ou5the streets.' A." :,-' ' -# *;" !tF ''j'jral '\ iTh* flames war* Atr'ik>M4 by.'th* flue and was rtlntnlhe4.1 .a,

.vurlittlelads -non'of J.ihem Vet : .4rT R E nrc_ We_Wd_'at 4he i farmers' about, *MgKr| ek;+|Htl Ah* brigade befqr the file fern .'
in' their teen; wsM.d Into on* of, the R8AD TO OKEECH08K ,YtSJj" horn* 'Sundayj morn ngg at. *.o'clock,, that fire flend they"were had,gaHKsMi itatjif-dMo&haadX H oar TN damage wa .upc:. .. .*

principal- *tor .; *'.city'on* day ," f .', V'J'r tM, ttr.'A. M.',Chlsholm '. r.s r .
tWtr
r this :week-sty; withinMt, ythey>had 'I ..'"" '" ,... Thif giz't'ersorial Chapker.8au.1;' Burial was'; ia RosehUl jam.i .Uag.; to- save' ; HtyuSt. |Wd atbe $ r
and livetsMsr Ml .
earned ,froitr! doing--odd; choir** "pur .ereedto: th* 1J: kechobee OaB, t.he headgtrrten'of ;rtS; ':VWV .sthe: .-Mr. Hall,I who.had >Mtr living here le'qusntity gt-*-y "a 4 rear f<
chased a suit'of clothesy-wWeh.they th Bsssnger to Okeeche* Club' located directly: ye fora' btr'd vean w or ahs "if. .
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ordered delivered to another Uttie lad bee, or thaf natt e* it in St. I.. cY Valley QueUe 'oTflc. & '.
ens i of their .school mate, who had the eouty. Ice to..,. .in peel shape open t..Bo, "'. a, y.t. ,
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': .::'PAGI % :' 'THE '[lSSIMfll VALLEY' GAZETTE' 4 f -\1:"'<;' '4' ,.,a. ..." :" " 'FRIDAY. DECEMBER+ .. .,,21NlrF,, ,' ,'..'. .,;..)' i''

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I'' ,. ,' inting tiN/I the tertlllan'I.\-putc/OG\ but'Jftheyla ,;.Jnstputtingtouttkelrfirst: 1 i } 1M5
.;;:. ."" ,t:: / the row and worked in-with a,light first leaves and getting most of their fIn' all j t
,..,.; harrow of some -nand then a recr nourishment from the tuber h.yr1 i tatoes ) ?: .
.
Merryr., <; 1" war disk cultivator tHat-i* build on sprout up again in vase thev'are f roc- crops. : :
.. : purpose for the working of ridgod-up en off and. the Injury will,bbe alight J tions it "
crops is .run through' to J throw' the The fall-planted Irish potato crop Is i during :"" 1
r.w. up to about,ten inches arid in not so important from a commercial ready to : ,'1 '
4Christmas these toe potatoes are planted. This standpoint a. .the,winter planting I ly after .
? will bring the seed potatoes just a lit The produce of neatly all fall-planted planted >"
tle above the regular ground level Irish potatoes is' consumed,;,, locally, toes'is : \ i-
when planted. hardly being to northern .
any shipped gets.
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from Fertilizing-From 1.600 pounds to markets. There is, however usuallya 20, when 1 : tt I.
2ZOO pounds of fertilizer analyzing good local demand at a fair price 'in the rowlI < ,
about 4 to 6 percent nitrogen, 7 percent southern' market.; so that if one ha. land. ;
Oliver'sSuitatorium' phosphoric acid 'and 4 to 7 per a soil suitable for a. fall crop of Irish the land .
cent potash is used. This season it is potatoes it Is advisable to grow them. grass
a hard to get potash, so not more than to.supply the local trade.In turned
3 per cent is to" bo. had. Many differ- central and west Florida plant-. a'
:i ent mixtures are used to get these ing should be done not later. than Sep- and
percentages but any of the leading tember 1, and in southern Florida by
fertilizer companies will explain this September 15. This will permit the set in
*! _____ to any grower. Some put on all the crop to come off by Christmas when winter
fertilizer at .one application while the land may be planted to winter potatoes
others apply about two-thirde the vegetables. crop the
We Move first time and the balance when the select '
: The most successful growers /
potatoes are coming nicely throughthe their best potatoes for seed and cut As
ground. Also It often pays to cool soil,
them to well-matured in each
eyes
apply 'about seventy-five pounds of piece. Where the tubers are large irrigation ;
eanuaryrlstc nitrate of soda per acre when the crop and to be planted in three and one- ensuring to
,
M is a little over half grown if it is notshowing bushels rainfall ; .
half foot rows, about twelve
first-class condition. Thereare r
a will I be required for seeding. when
acre '
per :
fertilizer distributors on the mar- Where the seed of moderate I. deeply
potatoes are -
c to ket thai are especially arranged for
I size ten bushel. is cal
per acre conIIdl.red -
Be
this work. Lime should not usedon
good seeding where the seedis
potato ground on account of the to be cut, it I. best to have it donea woods '
119Broadway danger of making the tubers scabbyand few days before planting. Mix a ing pine
unfit for
market.
little lime through the.pile. The lime out
CuIU"aUolI-Th.re are many different has a preserving effect on the cut
implements for cultivating potatoes surfaces to Klilimmee."f
ana: the ground should be work- Varieties.The every ;
down weeds and to ,
to
enough keep varieties that have given best there is
the soil from
keep becoming packedby in
results in Florida are: Spaulding'sRose
rains. In cultivating be careful to some
4, Bliss Triumph Lookout
0 disturb the small roots
not feeding to the
Mountain and Irish Cobbler. Spaulding's
of the which often closeto
plant run growing
Rose 4 has been the favorite on
: the outside of the rows or beds. moisture.
flatwoods land. It rapidly is


' crop is duff either recommended. of :
.' POTATOES IN FLA by hand using*potato j-akes after barring Causes of Imperfect Stand. working
.off the sides of the rows with a
: Where a stand is imperfect it is
ftV plow, or by. using digging machine. Impossible to get the maximum yield
(Continued from Page One.) The potatoes are separated Into goods even though all other conditions may
'{ No.1'. No. Z's No. and
being ?J'e.
"" be the best. There is always a heavy
:; land in Florida, thou up to July culls and the old way was to separate cost in preparing the land for planting
.
v acre.Lwer over 18.000 the different sizes when picking up. and purchasing the seed and fertilizer Are
" '"1 : devoted to that crop. Two but now the Boggs potato grader .. so that the cost up to harvetltInl" any
,' 'million bushel were produced at being extensively' used and does bet- ;
\ 'Y, : i. nearly the same for a poor assist in .
"
'' nearly two and a half million dollar ter grading than can be done by hand. stand as for a full stand. An imper-
tion of
: +1ft' With' proper methods of distribution The potatoes are packed in barrels fect stand may be due to planting
: the grower' of Florida can market that hold eleven pecks. immature or diseased seed too deep tions in
; that Marketing-Some consign their tion of .
all of tha.h potatoes they planting on soils with poor drainage
, can produce a* a winter crop. A* crops to commission houses in the too shallow planting where there is any de '
i e the production continue to increase North while others sell outright tobuyers insufficient moisture or planting the
;'; 'e' .marketing conditions must} improveand who are on the ground. Planting I I seed in land that has not been thor- may be
they doubtless will. At the presenttime is usually started about December oughly prepared. One must avoid as well
1t ; however Florida growers 26th. but from January 10th to 15th is these unfavorable condition. in orderto ,experience little or no difficulty inelling' considered the best planting season. make Irish potato growing profit- month
a h their crop at good' prices provided The crop is harvested at from 100 to able under the expensive cultural ;
Just
..'" It ha not been set back by1' 120 day. drained., methods usually practiced in. Florida.
;- ,, frost and come. on the market ahetdst' 'Be .ure the land is well Irish'potatoes require frequent cul- $10
.' The flowing wells are great Inauranceagaln.t
'of.' potatoe from other *tato* Just tivation. If the weather is unusuallydry A ,
failure. The is
potato crop
tjfS: "Wot.u- '
n *, cultivation U most im- be -
other
followed
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by corn cowpeaa or frequent
:q! '8t John. county lead. in the pro- feed the moisture.
: C'OPLTh.
i r. *dnction'of Irish potatoe in Florida following from bulletin 120 by When the rail/all is plentiful especially MRS. '
,,' I lathe I
tl with ari acreage neighborhood A. P. Spencer of the experiment on soils that have a tendency
v of 12,000 that is. steadily increasing. station will be of interest to potato to become compact, frequent cultivation field St., 'x
k.j.' ... It i* enough to make folk from any crcnrer. in Florida: is necessary to keep the soil in a ave., S. 1:
:
} fl. part of the country sit up and take "The greatest of Irish potatoes loose condition and to hasten the .
acreage "
notice, of Florida a* an Irish potato in Florida is winter planted. I growth. Grass and weeds growing' t : ;
:state'- when they learn-that the com-. From 'Tampa southward planting in the rows take both"moisture and !...,,},:. .;
district .f.
parativelyMmall Uastings-Elkton should be don. between December 16 fertilizer and must be kept down.
in SC/.lohn".oount shipped 1.900 and January 16 between Gainesvilleand When the crop is planted in high ridges .
;
.carload of spuds tor)northern market Tampa, from January 16 to February a V-shaped cultivator that will cur rd; ,,
. .- 1last, spring.:. In, 80m". cases the yieldla 20' and in sections north and the bottom of the furrow and the J oo<)o<>< d
thi* s.otlonran a* .high a* sixty-: west of .Gainesville;: from February 1 sides of the ban a does the work. ..
,eight barrel per acre and th. writerha .. to March 10. The Irish potato plant Where hte ridges are not so high an ,
.' l( been told that alma of the II'OW. will withstand a light frost but not a ordinary cultivator will serve the purpose -, \
,, .rsj received.better than 96,000'fpr a freezing temperature so that it is well ; and in the event of heavy rain I
.s",; i twenty' acra'crop.' It' Ia belleYed-py. : ) to avoid'too early planting .for the the dirt hay.. be .thrown, back' to the I
,/fsany; that various oth.r..eetiona of soring; crop in the 'northem.paru 'of bank with a plow.. .,. :

7 i"' ..rate.,. yield a. good as 8U poUtoe: John, Florida because of the freezing March; temperature the Many, disk potato-growersprefer, cultivator. This to use''to
that to help
tMbi.ril may occur up
.' : .'county'ha.. gxx>d, rich 1. It require. about 80 day from keep, the row ridged up.. 'The.inner
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< all f
,., but so have many oth"er planting to mature the tuber to marketable disks"'are set higher:than the. outer mb't; :; ; nt of Our )Patrons'
/ unties in 'Florida. 'St. Johns O'
"' .:' co : better drainage than ..1... If the vine. are 'well ones, very much as ,is done for making

4s, of; ;many county'has. .other counties have., .1', '. grown, a freeze: will: destroy the crop; the ridges." .

'... ,..-. Perhaps, mainreason for St. .
'Johns.county success with Irish po-
toes,' aside: from the fact that'It has 4
,- ;the: right kind' land," Is. that -she PREFERRED I
4'f 'has beenengaged' In. .this business, to FOR.SAlECASH .
..' or. less ntent. *for. about ,
w 1 ,'twenty .years 'past.Its: :growers have One block of Five Lots-In South Part of Town. We Thank You For .
a' pretty: clearly-defined idea,, as !1&0 .
r' how to '.get the beet' results.They 250 foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck. '. 1

ltt b4..1II.d.all conditions a study of that potato prevail..cultureunder1 in 'Soil 'adapted for Banana 'or Truck Growing.: S Your Business during ft:;;

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$thereby.: i Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. 'Make your I '.

'r' 'witiuwhich, to contend at times, which s"ht tue'pny for itself. the past year and .
overcome
they are generally, able' to .
result of the knowledge acquired Two Lots-Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful
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'' situation facing :'Lake Ideal wish .
Tohopekaliga.
,'" 1 ; -.A out a year ago, St.; Johns count, ,\ you :

'11''" decided taral d io en.trator. employ a and county advisor.--agricul-''The :;spot for. a;\Wln.ter' Home. A few minutes walk .', .' ''':

: matte'! was ..takew. tip with Professor from Country Club House. Telephone andElectric' S .', .:/M'f1",
*, of t.
C. K.'McQuarrto, superintendent
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Fk Wires rim by the lots. Golf
county demonstration airente of >r : : Light '

-t; .Ida McQuarri.delegated.Professor: lecated! 'atrfJataesville. -Professor A.;P. ;coarse on'the.. spot. A Bargain.Apply :'M

,Spenar.tbe capable demonstrator:dlatrict four -St., to! find Johns a ';': .: \ .*,'. VALLEY-GAZPTTE. >:M Ghristrnas <1

' ,.''COUnt of! II.)C.'.v This Lawton resulted,an experienced In the selection Florida 6.. ,. ,,alp.-14,: rr,

.f farmer who ha rendered a-neat .$" . 1. --: .
,:!! deal of valuable aenric to the farmer

'd''' ... of the county since h* took tip.the i j... ., .If'
Lawtoa jrivea hi*' atten- { .... 4 .f .. <
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) It
ox agriculture, but ... l' '[
rEWork."Jfrb previous .experience and:in- : fo" ''\
t obeervti6n tenon the potato ndia d. Prospous .
r : : < ,i
farmer of.the'county,. he ha be- 'L.THE DIXIETHEATERi @ \
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/1 .eome 'an authority upon the;production > : ", 'i" : >
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of thi* important '. Briefly, .
J 'Mr.' Lawton' gives the Florida.crop. Farmer '. . ",j' .. ,If 1,10", .. - 'I ip . .. } \ f....... ...i' .
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culture it --k!, 1.l.t.t.. .. : ; t'
: & D on potato a* ispracticed t' ', 4 !II" .' ; .. '
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In Bt John . :
county: -- .
r. >eed-'Th best. r possible.!aeed '"Ia 'WJS"Qf.\ ;;:, rrs { i }!'r': r'". '. .'1f "r' ) (, .. .

n/ bought' a. it never pay to plant any- .. J.h; ::' 1.r, ....". ,. 'N 1I'y ,i\--f
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hot .., n.Lulk. of. , '" el' !ear !ii. '{
' ;thins: the best. te t\PATRONS.: : t! ..,': 4, ". ' ,. , >, '" ,... .l(
& conies from the states of New York '
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{ h' '. and' -Maine,. and : be.' secured : ,j ,J t. :,>>. f" Ai . ,,, ,
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. any of the commission men rIt* ; \ ,- it'1."V"" 1"Jj'
through 0 r.
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tl.b -*',' ,Js carefully.no-evidence f examined\0(',to it*.see. i having that''.,,there\*
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'.- '!: Preparation:' Ground- -.ij. >The&jrround Zr--- MeFrY r christmasiM : ''; ,'....1".4. .1"" A7 tA. C.-oE. G' ".S"'J'ORE'PHONE\ : ';0. "Ii .

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'., 4' 4; and'November and'alTjalfrowth such tit .. \, \(' "l: 'r"" ;,. \::, 'r" 'M ... . '
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S. 'f\. ,...'gras y cornstalks,. ejMft are turned '" 'f'. "d ,.1 '11'<' ., ,j .. . '. ..... ., .. I. <( ,
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.. .:under;,is the.very best thlpg. for land ; .., = . \, ."SUDD1N .S."I:RVICI.: ", "I '
y vto be planted to potato**.) Some plow 'S 'r:CIAI l t. 'frEATURE\: MTINEE; ..J ,; .(f; .. '.j"1 : "t' "'r ', .
.,.:' "tthe lied first andthWeut it up witharTowafterwards.'Other < , ," .." ; '-, f. ,
,a'' cut ....,., s ', .4t'I ;."J, "'t'''/';:;,# t'fr') ,.","\ "i . '1.. ,,. . ,.t\1. """"1@<.t4; -.. I'f'"I."I. < .'7' ,?(.'.- vin .r.' .' :
r;;;: in'> ,the Braaap*corn .talker eowpea : ; '" , / ( '
NIGHT' '
. jflr -stod/: / then1 plow, them in.wlj'is ] .' ;AND :SHOWr i f ; '. : '!'l'r-; Whee; Qrteftdo.Vfek The l Lucerne Pharmacy;" .,' ::

ttber ; rood, but be sure that .. . 1. .' . ..' .- <, 1t ; h : .. :. ., .. . .,
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to .Ist b.Y feed bed. 'II'. tt t {I.r' # .'". f If V .>..' I. .1' ., ,.. 'P. ..'..". :t4ii-r'; .. ; '' ,; :". ". \"" ,, "" .' l \ .,. t..i"t,, >;'..LI."'.. . . ' ,. ," r,' '
After,the land la fa nVs> tlajs afar .t .It'm'U' \f';' .. ;J. ;>til' ;::!N. .);" ,.. 1"k: l' ;. \\o.3;. nl : ,%- 'I-!: . ;

idINon It .is laid off in row' ,. f .I, ,I"/N"J"'D" 'j :'tO\ C.E..N""T s:. r ".) .. l.t'l k ' ':lro.: ,a, #.i J' "J.1f> >.itw" .yesS'; 'C'"t' 1'o ,wl I" .r 5, noo
bt[ four apart bGIIa'.1IM'ter a; : if I" f ,r. "ll("" .f'1r C\f7o' r +I'.f' : 1'f.; j e.\'\: :r::/ ;fIjt. )If' .Cy E l. IllP 1lI4:
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", ;I.M " rent of tb.'Cithini baakt"witf.as Gl RGIANSI TfSt f\" ,Many:"initing are- .. 111/11171 s.1' ..-

.'Ir'\' ,',' :'KISSIMMm'}"'ON'. 'BEUTIFU t" LAKE S large. as many. of the hotels in tit* *d ,barred.rr-'-There are' r-....:,rt LHssfl PleP
( state. is ...coacl'.to"'none fcn it tap ap. ?
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" poinUnente. "+"The wide,verandas ax- "io : RfMEDYjI iiinaU checks. Apart'roH tho'usual\ s} ar 44t

}..r ,MAKINC-NOTABLE'IMPROVEMENTS, the tending buUdingTafford along,, the front'facilities and')for rear-of>tb : I" ',- . ,. black:;and'' white. and).biue. and/:, white: ) Bsp t.: i .,'I I. ha the ''rbloodlrrhldl

u". Bedeee aad. Fertaaea pbI I ; ;eaalle r11MMtpatiosl, _
outdoor enthusiasts.' 'Th., errand,' > 4 and gray and'wbite;there Ian furious
about tM.-buUdlag have been laid out ,Health'-are",BeeovereJ. f lljL V.-A-. --=* *' |u ..wMestplmples.tt '
'tabulations-of '
" t ., -of colors 'such as,purrp" ; UU Map sTRVvUaMNBMslg, n k t
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,' *Page' by landscape gardener. Gravel and brown and blues :: et tt 'M' O AIul ?A.rsa
(Continued i rom One.) walks wind In and out among the tall Host of the problems of health orlg- greens gold +

:J "I}, .City" L Bonds. 'wtt ,I'1 A prat rim'-'of. .tmusual'-merit' .iwisIgivenI palms gay flowers and shrubs. 'Alarge : tnateTln the stomach. 'Most of these and blue, gold and,prune.; , ,cr;:eel,guarantee. to satisfy, J

: During' ,the past yearthscity ,baa I ,- introductions were. ,JDad.' and flsb. .pond.' bordered> by flowers ailments can be cured. : Thousands of t
)1" and fed by artesian water proves ofinterest the state of ...
J Issued and sold $27,500 worth of, some of the plans of the club for the ;" right in Georgiaare \ -
w:, bonds for municipal ; improvement, season of'1915' -1916 'were .discussed. to visitors.' This: /hotel U needlessly: suffering from stomach .
f P This money will largely be spent-int' Th.'women of Kisslmmee are greatly unique'in .being a"tourist' hotel,)open while thousands of othen ..
adding'to-the'already generous sup.I '. interested and""are very eager to the year round.' )<, ( have found health by the us* of Mayr/i SUB-TROPICAL i .r r,1
I ply, of, pared atreeU completing, become identified..with it for mutual For. the further entertainment of I Wonderful Remedy. The Ant dose of '
1 '...1) the.-paving' of, Main kreet to the city, help and common service to the community it* guests Kisslmmee has one'of the this :remarkable remedy 'is ,'proof. MIDWINTER: FAIR :ANDa
t:.; :. limits thus connecting Kissimmee .. 'The club expects to have classiest country club in the state,: Here are the words of'two Georgian , ; ,
1t !' ': ,-with the towns to the north by a solid a strong civic department which it is with; excellent*"*golf- ground and ten-- who have used its EXHIBITION '
road of vitrified brick. This city and hoped 'will include every, woman, .of nis court.' ''I B. DUNCAN, IS< W. Peachtree St., /' ' .
..,. .claims more miles of vitrified'brick.. Kissimmea. Cattle. Atlanta Ga1 took one \bottle of .. 3d
K 1' paved streets than any town of its This will"'probably be the first'department The. stock railing industry' la Os M.n'a Wonderful'' Remedy and it did : "I j. orO'::crnZJlNS: or' votvarA. 1LAKH.OREBTlNOt ..
.ales in the state, and'mtgrht almost be, established ahd its activities ceola county has shown a satisfactorygrowth' me so much"' good I must continue' Ute. : 5 : 'Hu ANQKMI BSI.ICuQI.A! : oUfD, Ortvet" .. '

i I' } called: brick city as all her principal will include beautifying the town, during the past twelve. treatment. Francs : ., ,-' '
'streets are paved with that material. helping to abolish nuisances endors month. 8ALISTA'.T1lpUAS. 65 La COUNTIESGREATEST. ':: B. It known'to all often that you
1 ff 'Q'I-Foy; :years it has been the ambition Inc' aU measures for.the public-good Ktvsimmee; ''always' been known St..' Atlanta, GaM have taken yourremedy are Invited' and expected to prepare. I'
,,'of the citizen to bulkhead the shore' proposed by the council and Board of ... a "cow town:"' In fact a wit once for five weeks. I feel like I. I iM suitable.. lIlbl" ready for display'ssr.ed' at ipoa'fir Thexpocltton '
ti. of Lake kaliga. This shore Trade maintaining room for visitors perverted the attractive name of Kis- nardly known my strength" -my' appetite i .oar people, engaging n.. frUndlr
comes to with aHalock of Kissimmee's and residents of the county who come siminee to Cowsimmee.. The, boundless is fine. ', ETEN/T IK'' o petition IeI' the exhibition e" the G '
, l't t main atreefand extends the en- In toWn for the day, supporting Supt. Kissimmee Prairie to the east of Mayrs Wonderful 'Remedy givei THEHISTORY 'tllln.arl.d.yrod.ct.. Made In of your your tewne section"*,your nice ''t
liver
. tire length of the city, yet to this time Vowell and Prof. Evans! "in their the city supplies unlimited pasture for -permanent results for) stomach I' school Work your fruits, 'our'1\'e.; >' t"
no way has seemed clear to utilise the splendid educational Ideals, for'' the Immense herds of cattle.' and this industry and intestinal ailments. Eat as muck OF THE table, your farm product, your a tores.of ,
\ wonderful waterfront for the bird has shown a satisfactory and whatever you like. No more distress FIVE COUNTIICOUNTIES. house and field. your art creation, r
r amuaement town and county, protection and your etock. Clhl.k... all other
of tourists and home people. A prevention cruelty to animals,.providing hs. during the past' :twelve. after eating,pressure of gas in Uilnsra of Internet. and '
it number of plans have been suggestedand wholesome entertainments fortheyoung ..mon It is estimatethat full10p00' the stomach and around the heart > Prepare to attend In person knd with
of the cost of the work head were shipped from this Get one bottle of your-druggist pow I'f your family and friends,. and the etraa"l
estimates various
and .other
.. people I( ... within your ....... 4h.
and it absoluteguarantee- : : 4 +
],c made from time to time, but none 'undertakings of a similar nature. point:., being supplied chiefly: by the try on an .5. I h
& ft not satisfied money will be returned. SUB.TROPICALMIIMYINTEIt: EXPOSITION '
{ seemed practical, till recently, when A literary, department I. also, immediately Carson Cattle company, tlaecI.ley -
t the movement has taken on a new contemplated. The study of Bass Cattle company Rull Bass, the Well Trained. OF'THE,PROSPEROUS, i
i!' life. Steps are now, being: taken to classic and modern literature will! be Southport Cattle company .and Ed. J FIVE COUNTIES. < ;; ,U
li; push the work rapidly snit is only taken according to definite plans. Whaley; while numerous Individuals There was company to dinner and ,tI - _'_" _
/, a matter of weeks when the machinery The up possesses sufficient musicians -,, made .smaller shipments.Several little Frankie had been allowed to sit -- --- ,
f'\ '- will commence the work of transforming of ability and lovers of good train l loads of stock w,reshipped ap as a special treat. FEBRUARy 15- ? ,\
: what is now an unsightly music to constitute a department of to St. Louis to.be sold on the He behaved himself fairly well, on I 1916OrlandoFlorida I :
4. marsh into beautiful resident section Innovation which >1-- t ... .
a music and nothing would contributemore open market, an :"- ,' .
. ,". of a flourishing city. to the cultured life of the com- proved 'entirely satisfactory The the whole until the desert arrived on 1 ) r-. -. >\ .. ,)'" I '
1 "". Among the new industries recently munity than 'such a department. Al other consignments were shipped to the table. Then his eyes sparkled. ",., .., I .. -- .; ..... .t
established in this city Is the Tucker ready Kiullllmee has an excellent or- ranges in southern Texas for stock "Mother," be said in his sweet .... . ;, 9I
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Brick company, organized for the chestra under the capable direction of cattle: ) -
manufacture of the Tucker Wood-tex R. DeWitt Brown, and a Kissimmeeband Thousands of dollars have 'been treble proudly.: _. " ,,,. '. .. ... "' ..,' II
will the fruit hurt
brick. The company has purchased a under the direction of. Prof. spent during the past year to improve > "Mother "me, or I Pr1Jru1J -I 511L i1jfl4frt'U". .
site for this factory and will imme- Marks, giving weekly: concerts, which the grade of stock produced. The day 1s there enough to go around? v.F. . !' ,. ." :f>"
diately commence the erection of adequate never fall to be largely attended.It has passed when nativecattle are .
steel building. which will be is hoped that the'Parents' and raised on native grasses. On the It. I I'J! s 'l i 1
.. with modern machinery.Within Teacher. Club already in existence thirty thousand acre ranch belonging : I I ,t h7
t two months It is thought th.t will come in a. a department of the to the Lesley-Bass Cattle company, H. :
". the factory will be in operation with a Wemans' club in order that the ex much attention Is to the raisingof Lawsonr
daily output of 90,0brick. This' cellentwork of that organisation .is forage crops, which will be used to .
would place 100 men in constant employ already doing may bo extended and supplement the native grasses. These: .
and furnish a weekly payroll of that It may have the benefit of the advanced methods are In use on all 53Men's .
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:. approximately 1000. cooperation with the larger organiza the more Important ranches I ._,''l.<..Rw. 'f';, tt'
Schools.In tions. The closing of the year'finds KIssimmae -
keeping with the improvements The club contemplates having entertaining her winter visitors rS . :
along other line. the public schools of weekly entertainments for the publicat with gay social activities, with Furnishings, :; : : j''
the city have'made a marked development
which a short program will be given churches and schools flourishing, enlarging oes"X
opening the winter season under ; to which the various departmentswould her business activities, extending :, ,. $
the able supervision of Prof. R. M. contribute, the program to be the street paving, bukheading and Dry 'GootJsWISHES ',. : ',;
Evans, assisted by a corps"of twenty followed informal
by an reception and improving the entire lake front . ;
teachers instructor of music and a ,,, ,. i'rjr\ 1>-, "' \ J
an when intrdonctions would be) made throughout the city Hints and with a : ; 'I.\[
director of the high school orchestra.The and the visitors and other residentsof factory soon to be in operation. ;.>" !o
enrollment has reached approx-' the town might enjoy pleasant social : -Katch Kissimmee if You Kan." " -41'
imately 660 students. intercourse. ALL ,HIS'PATRONSr'U *
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During the present :year the system Every effort will be made to make Merely Ills Way. .
of divided grades has been established the Hart Memorial building-whieh: .is Mrs,. Watkins was entertaining : /1oJ/ { 7 ti'4. '. /fzly,1e.. .. Id
and is now In force in. all grades the club home, the -center of the so- some week-end guests not long ago, op CAGAZXND f- rr",, ;'il. "t .,.o' ,"[I.'tl'f1 y
below< the high school. cialfl, philanhtropie and educational when they were startled by a commo-
In the eighth gradeJsr the industrial life of the community. tion downstairs. i iNkO tat}
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cf r "' beiilB introduced. The girls, are The ,Florida Press Association will "Mercy: 1 what's that awful profanity 300 ART1CIES-ILLUSTRATIONS A Merry Elftistm Sti; !
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-" taught .sewing;, weaving reed work, meet in Kissimmee in the spring and downstaris?" whispered one of the o ,
etc. and been allotted in frightened tone: Eng1 ai eechannIcs nxnather.nd -. Tw.. .. 'r
lij the Hart Woman' club expects to cooperate guests a .!! MW1't.; ; !?t
"T,. a'p'ot' of erounrfo agricultural ex- in entertaining distin- "Don't be alarmed my dear," replied Son and All the Family. It.d.re.Q1d.n4YeungM.n sr- A, f t' ; %rRtlf
and w a 4.
periment. who will be in attendance the hostess",, "It's1 my husband. IA
In the high school an unusually enthusiastic stet times -., He's come In-late and fallen spirit prevail. The work The Hart Memorial Woman's Cluband new Persian prayer-rug." WJT UAa ..Y't.w.-.lae.a4 *f sslMTritteM ,

done in the two literary societies the Francis Willard'Union of. thWC. $o Year Can Understand II .,w' ,, 'rt ,. ., ;,. . .,. >I y, ai
is New York school teachers the '' ";, .
which have been organized entirely T> Xfclwbo) own tth.IJlart Me.mortal are .n.w n..p..e t 1 ) "' "
Ww
voluntary; whereas"during" the past .buildliyr? polntly, are in perfect best paid 'in the country- 'receiving io ,. it .tw i $,5. r 0.'

,. years it has been assigned, a system accord in- belile desirousto.make.he) $1,197 a year. : New; Year : :
t'&r. of credits being'given for work done charming little building accessible to .,,
,In music, literary work and athletics. the public and restroom r
aa a reading a .
--- A --- f;#' \ '/ 4 i ,
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.. A which: witty paper the Utolakean and that plan will be put," into e.ee pan pare saes OMI.s.a. Y ... i' {
, ''t Is edited monthly and operation u soon as possible. .._. e.e... r.. ;' .-: '--"I'l.:' ; '. W'. ,,!1- 4-1: .. j'

' .'\ J I'S' (' 10 student body has ,gained, a circulation broadened ..-need may arise that the DidYou a N.art+M .........saw 'r

r ( of about 600.) copies. > best interests of .Kissimmee' may be . '..t ....._..,' ""ro ... v r .., r .t 14at ,. ,. -
i Under,the supervision' ,of, Coach : I
carried unhampered.
, ,I+' ", 2larris the athletics of the school have on Tourists.. .. Ever EatLa .' \ . . .

""f:' ken on new life 'On numerous ocsions While .Kissimmee 4s ':not a: ''tourist '; . ., ..., , . . . .
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;" .during.the past foojtball sea- town i. the. strict meaninlt.'.of ;:the ., -i Jax Pie ? > H -- " "1" '"- '. '4"- ,I . '......;-.;....(.... 'J.

t :,,, y ?fisson. the honors have been Attention carried off'iby is word -withthe coming-of the wintermonths .. .," . . .... .. ....- ........ .... ..." -.-.. .- ..
4 the Kisslmmee team. ,
hundreds 'of I You've .
M I .stranrers from Say got some o<" '
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being given to basket ball, tho .t \, If- .i ..
N A BOW all parts of, the United States visit --<
I ,. :'girls showing their intention to carry this section. Many of them have purchased treat coming to you. '1 ,, :.,. ..-'
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: .". off at least half the .honors. cottages>> and have become NI'w.r .'. .
'I During the past ,..r'th. Kiasimmee visitors, others are guests of the : i'I. ,
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'. .1 schools carried off three of the hotels and apartment houses of the Jax Biscuits ,
4. four rise offered In a spelling cones : II.. "
city.The ,.
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) -Gnyetaerecently purchasedby \ .
acchools of Incountiessccompeted, Senator Arthur E.'Donejg"anpnesv", J"cksopy1Ue< I 1 f .. "I ", .
', and on previous occasions state pricesfor t .
rhetorical work were won by Miss ---- .

1 *,, Ines Carson Harold Bussa and Harris .. . . ....... .. ............. .0.. ...... .. ........... tI ; .

Downing-. ; ".1....

i, rl enviable The Kisslmmee reputation schools throughout enjoy the an ,;. ME HR'Y. C. HHI'ST"'M"'A'" .8. .., : '

.(i : the state accredited and have list.again been placed' on I MER.RY"iCH'RISTMA.S, .4:.. .-.Xt.t.

'!. I)j) Prior to the opening of the school . a .' .. f !: :
an extensive piece of work in the ,
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\ i :,I".tf'-.,;7. 'way of interior decoration was done. all I : ::"M;, t.b t.

t''l. The walls of the entire building were to my friends 1 f :.;'? ,?!:
" c'q.. decorated in what i. known as flat It ."''o,,,,..'". ",
i.' !" icoatt, a washable.oil paint, the work 'I 'I ;. .
I"' ',4 costing in the neighborhood of $80p. I"' '"

*: .i\ Business College. and. ,customers; '" 'Ck .. :r '.rr
Kisshnmee also boasts of one of the .t1. .,
"," best equipped business school*'In the TO ALL. OUR. ." ,: If '

;..: state under the management of Prdf. SOTJER! ... '.;r po{..\ : 'it' r .

; ,1 B.Although C. Ansted.the institution Is young, R f.: .. /r '. I .. .v !4 lCh;,t" ( i :'

I '' .4L: It occupies large and handsome classrooms ; .,I.. '. ',ss-::) I '.r. ) ; \." w'I a ,

,. f.t: in the famous Graystone ._ ..1> .' '.0 .. ,.. '1 ,
'Mbal1ding and is equipped with an. exceptionally _' p
',w . \ complete achooll'OODout- . .. . ...... ...". .. .. '. ...... ......0..00..0." .. . .. ,..,. .".,.... ..-. .. ,CUS t '.O' .MER'S'.lI."r1t.\ ?,.. l f' : '
H lit which enables the student to. receive -ftJ-t.
. t', :}. -' : +
.; J ) the highest grades and most , ,
t '. '. complete course in all business subjects . ,. .' 1 . I',:: ''II<' :, ;J ",. "

; .,; including shorthand, and type 11' a. ,. .r +f""Hr ,'/t.-'II n.t" C1" k! 'yr,4f'o.y; ,, .. f .

t.i : writing. The Twentieth Century of '1 "" ..: ,,.' ,.".. .'I ,''f ..."..,'/".'I.;.. "" '14"\') ..- 11
/ bookkeeping and Graham system Iflkttflj: Ii ,, ,\ iI.. '.. oc-.;;."' ,if.d' ..- "..", -.,' '. ,.
'shorthand are the specialties of this ''' "" ';"' ., .
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r :school. -. . . v. 1' ''. \ f(
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P '!.lJU'.' '.The college has also a fine depart- : 'S rS<,,; :V.rr: ..":rS i } . ':: :: h f> ;' ,1
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, r {' ;r resent for china painting, also a department .ighcr m Price-Sometimes .. "J"" .," . '" ..
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of modern languageswhere 4ft; !Ii
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iSpAnl.h.\ French.and German ana > .r't.oi.'t\jL':''' '. '.'1-, ,, F :'fl''

... taught. Higher Quality Always Waters t & C. 4.-" ".,:'; ", '
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,y g-'In; line with the efficiency move- arsonr '''- ,;
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t, ,anent which agitating the country, : .t
.t ,,\ ,a .county demonstrator has been ..- LTS'TELL., Ask : ;easterner about: .. ,. .. <" ., : ,,"
My .
;'.f .;eared for Osceola county. B. E. Evan .* ,r; '1. '" ,
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occupies the position, assisting s j FAVORITE, "FERTILIZERS.' .,, ,. 1 ". '., I :. "'1 .r- "" \
'. the producers in greater crop produo- \ ): ,"- .. ..II. .
4 I '"tion." ,He'is also in charge of the Tliey'koo; y/i;and cu xtestliyv<5, to';<,THUH, j' G !. '> .
" 'r ."Corn.* Club movements," and supervised '. (, PC,8IJO A "" ' ' ,
-the 'club through the complete :. ,QUALITY, :THEIR:,SOLUMJTT.' LASTING. t ;: ''' ', .W t"..; "(

'I I ,;'J'8U'a''WOrk.1 The girls of Osceola '; ,, t ,Arp ,
1 ; :QUALHTES and 'GENERAt/.ADAP'J'ABILITI : ? '...Jfi" 'y"1..
have been organized into'esn : . .... .\: ". ....!' J r, 7 .., '" .hii,' h4 iiI. ;i
'f county ,
w.' ; .. .f >'. r .:..ij;:; . .... ., "" , l. ".
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,'I"fi\\ I f. ping clubs with Miss Carson as county t "eLOPIDA'SOUal 1 : \ .I) ;: s'p \ '
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y \ ," '' k ... : ; i''i, .: ( .:: . .
r in charge of the k. ? : ( '
s ) agent .wo ; ? t 't.1H.. . ; .
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. "' .- ; Soda! Clubs.-. :: .; i S fao Fornw'la ; ..1 \\j t\ f. ,' .,1 ., ". It i.- ;
'f. AlJ'FJtrJ ; ( '
: The'ceia features of"Klsslmtnee : ,.Gds; '.._ : \ ;.. "."" ","I'Y, }., W" ;..1'f'.r :. ; .. .. .'.( ;" "
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-.q.,_ utd the 'reeol'nition. of' their I de- I ,: "" 'A.9J1CJY: : ", ' ,1 ._{Jl.; ., ,,!.} '.'.:.>.>t..,.,.". .\ 1if' /..j"", .,--.:,:' !II :""" :

>went:during the," past ;;,...r. . 'r.' ''' .':..r "" '. ". .. ... .,..., <\. _" ;,'.=",';t'r.{ I', -. r;, ; '( 0; .' I!'

? inert 'among 'theorg.nixaUonscItyls'the'meentlyfederated{ ..,.t'AGRIC I.TUl l.11'IInI1l''' f ; iii ; 1 I? \ f' /. ' l"I1"1"1'. ' !..k ;1 f{ ,"< :

It: ,''flirt e Memorial: Woman's Club.of Kis-. "i ''t."J--f .::, I'-'.-' OI JO. ;l; $w. .' ''. .. _. I); .' '-' frat rt .. 9 'J"'."b'."'t:' ''' . r y' "\a4ar i .,', ,., ,,,,,, "t ''. .',,14'bass .,'.d "''J"" + k..I.,"(-..,. '...,.., 'i ,

Th. 61d :which Inaugurated its minter. .t" ',' ,r. "", ", < < '\,>' t\ le "_ r ,' .\ .....M.-,, it la fd:' "
: : ".. l ; 'r:; 4 + :g rir
I a./p": Tits' Tuead.J' J eywne.:, I*:. Z. C .IdM e }o "" ," ,.t;( ,...:. .:'.r." ;'"i "., .". ,'.H'," ,"', ", '..r'., ".,, --, -. ..a ... :<1'0 'I. .'_'Y'-IT" 'i.:.,,'::1't,1../... ;. '.".

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?FRtDAY, DECEMBER:, .JMr'+'
GAZETTE
THE, IISSIMMEE VALLET .
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Ir ,staocea the .answerVeach:; '''teacher' makes' ,to' this Florida.ami ,!*".a->,-
(,Ihe'Kissimmee,, ;; ; 'Valley' ;Gazette- question] 'wiU mark him or her as, truly' progressiveor market later on.*"*. "' \ VJ SA1I1IABOUT'KISSYMMEEy; : -

I, 1r unprogrestive.. Railway fare 'have;, been, 're -There"have been so many complaints from vanour '

,. .......... H.* : .. "i'' duced to moderate rate; hotel charges,'.ri'reason- :sections,\of:;'the country.- of(, premature' shipments ,. I COUNTY'' '

"t.frt," *'e- Is V.ll.,. Q...!... B IIdIag. KJmAmtmm*** Fl.. able,' and the county:achool. board ha signified? and poor, fruit, that it'' would 'appear' '' that ; lt7 'AND:: ;OSCEOLA

,,4 intentio,,'.to-help the ,teachers defrayrlhe necessary thV matter' has become most urgent for ,Florid ... : ..}._
t WVHAimiS: AND ES. O. VAN AQHI5W, Owstem.K. . :. _ . ... ... . -
rr. :. expenses of attending the most important meeting growers to get together and form an Organizationfof ,9 ..
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NA VOLE, Eat.r for '
R themselves the .t'.t'bft
. to be held in the tlate. the purpose of protecting St. 'Cloud business will organ- $700 from an acre somebody z '.

\ .._r'..... -.... Practically every teacher in Osceola county purpose of bringing about a closer harmony among Ice a company to plant men 6,000 acres of do it. There you are. Arcadia Nw.rco -''

:'One Copy, On. Year __...______________..__. $1.19 should go, and from the opening night until the all growers of the state, who are vitally interested natal grass hay.-Wauchula Advocate -I ---commissioners- will
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._______.. ...___ 1.00 Osceola county
r' 'One On. Copy Copy,, Six Three Month Month. _______ u_____-___-_-_ ..76f close attend all the meetings; and join in the group not only in consumption but. also.in-the price of, I establish a nursery to (grow trees to
discussions of educational matters vital to Florida, fruit. -+- plant along the county highways*.

:!t > All communication, except from our Authorised. both in the auditorium and between tensions. At any competitive: point.> where Florida! and recently,Over $70(7 made( net by frofit Rull per Bass acre on was his This is good thrifi.-and is in keeping"with' of Os

,t respondent matter. must will be not signed be returned by the wrll.r.efeoted unless called Superintendent Yowell can tell you more in California fruits can meet on anything like a com ruck farm at Kissimmeo.FloridaGrower ceola another county the(rood cultivation enterprise of a 'fine, '

ts'! + for, detail'about the meetings. If a teacher does not petitive basis, there is no question as to the favorite orange (grove as a part of the county-

>r ', ',I -- attend, he should be able to offer some exceedinglygood fruit and the ,one that would win public favor anc' -+- I poor farm. -Miami Metropolis. .
Morstnan has
C. II. of Kiesimmee
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In the 1'onlofflce In Kl lmmc Florida -+-
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'" \ (Entered excuse for officials and patrons are deeply therefore bring .the most attractive price to the for the commissioners "
'*JI eoond-cla matter. organized a company purposef The board of county
;t i interested in what teachers do to show themselves grower-T-Florida is really without a competitor: out planting 6,000 acres of natal grass of OHceoIa. county lust week decided, Fp

i..li. FRIDAY DECEMBER 24, 1915 progressive and they will likely be inquisitive about side of her own borders but in Florida as the situ- for hay.- -Gloridu Grower. I to establish its. own nursery for they d

., attending. ation exists today, Florida has her citrus fruits distributed -+- propagation of citrus trees, ornamental
? your Osceola have organized The ,
two
county capitalists and shade trees. latter-
Ei \ Boost Kissimmee. ---- by various groups of shippers, end every- a livestock company with a varieties. will be set along the public

_: :- body scurrying to get on the market first expecting I quarter million capital. On with the roads. of that county, while the citrus

' Make (the winter visitors (feel at home. CHRISTMAS thereby to get the cream of the prices and unload ecf and butter irovement.-Arcadia trees will be planted on the county

,t' -:- their fruit early. The actual working out of the Enterprise. poor farm.-Ft. Pierce Tribune. ", tt .
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No man should live in a town he doesn't be- The season when father wishes he had a bigger proposition results in the market being demoralized A. E. Thomas of- the New Eden'I KiKsimmee- is to have a new brick lq.}

lieve in. poeketbook and mother wonders how on earth she in carloads being turned back because of green Plantation at Narroossee, has pur- factory to make paving brick out of ,

can fix things so that none of the kids will be disappointed -I fruit and losses to growers as a result of poor fruit, chased some blooded Duroc hogs and cypress sawdust and asphalt. The #;
: :- will into the hog raising business. brick is said to be superior to any ?'Ii'I 1
go
the time when the kids themselves indulge that down isolated high prices, so that the aver-
readers Merry ; cut and this is j
y We wish every one of our a -Florida Grower. other for paving, probablythe
Christina in soaring ambitions and great expectations.The age is far below what all would have received on all -+- 'I beginning of a very important In"I...

weeks preceeding the annual festival are punctuated shipments had the market been handled properly : L. L. Baker of St. Cloud has gathered -I dustry for Florida.J It 'not only uses \,

-: :- with casual reminders "not to expect too and the fruit well-matured and ripened and prop- four pound papayas from hisgrove up sawdust from the mills but can ,
If you can't be a booster for Kissimmee, go to at that place. The fruit is 8 grind up odds and ends of waste into 2
1; tome other town you can boost. much, times are mighty hard this year. erly packed and shipped. I inches long and 6 inches' in diameter. brick material.-Lake City Index. i1In
It's the time of mysterious movings about the Take your own case for example. Supposeyour 1-Florida Grower. ---.-

-member: :-of the city council house, of sneaking packages up the back stairs and milkman has a habit of giving you sour milk -.+- I the lovely Kissimmee Valley (v"
When tee a they threatening to take seriously -
? you the bottom drawers of the dresser in desultory Three miles of brick road is now are up
hiding them in and of doing his delivery a sloppy of Irish pota'f
the"cultivation E
coming
the bulkhead plans are on.
', ask him how and
being-'laid to connect the Osc"ola
'f l' the shelf of the closet when father is How would keep that milk man? 'It' ,
or on top ; manner. long you Orange county roads, and when completed toes. Noting the great success attained -
9 -: :
t banished from his den and told not to ask questions i Suppose your grocer gave you bad flour and bad there will be a continuous in the St. Johns section growers ';

>a I Anything can be accomplished by keeping everlastingly ; when things are about as badly mixed up coffee and sugar full of sand? how long would you rick road between Orlando and Kis- have experimented with the potato ;r{\
at it. That's why we always have something l.immee.-Wa\Jchula Advocate. I near Kissimmee and a considerable ; t
about bulkhead. as during, the annual house-cleaning' time. buy from that grocer? 1 acreage will be planted this season. ,I
% to say our It's the time of good cheer when we forget some This is an identical case with the shippers of The commission f Osceo'a coun- !( According to the Valley Gazette H. i x'

-: :- of our pet grouches and forgive some of our dearest bad fruit and poor fruit out of Florida. Every unripe -I ty will establish a nursery to raise C. Avant, who tried out the matter
The "Corn King"of the world is Peter Lux of aside trees for plantingalong- the county last spring and made a fine thing or
when lay of fruitin ;
enemies, for few days, we piece
a anyway ; sour orange ; every poor poor .
9, Shelby. county. Indiana. He won the title in a corn highways and fruit trees for the coun- (his sixteen acre patch has persuadeda
,' how the world at Whitesville. Mo., and some of our troubles and honestly try to be happy.Of destroying a customer, and goodness knows witha ty fann.-Wauchula Advocate. II number of other farmers to try potatoes i
t to
open course the shadow of bills to be settled next large crop of young trees coming on. it behooves and the acreage will be con'I
,. was offered $200 for the ten can of corn he ex- week to pay for all this unusualness-but that's Florida to cultivate and build up markets rather Osceola county is going to put out siderable. There is always good demand cat\ :

is j ; hibited. He refused the offer but sold any quantity fathers trouble-why worry than destroy those she already has. trees along her main hfjrhways. If for early potatoes and good .
v of his corn for teed at the rate of $10 per : w. can produce attractive scenery certain.-Jacksonville f i
I The holiday season stands for the best thingsin This it a matter that is not alone the concern along the way probably it will detract Ames-Unions ... l r. '

,'I 1'' bushel. our lives, because its the time when family and of the growers. It is the vital concern of every from the condition of the roadc! in cer- -+- it'

-: :- home and children and the most intimate friends citizen of Florida and every board of trade cham- tain places.-Arcadia Enterprise. I The Tribune book-printing depart- 1
p; l The Ocala Banner prints an item concerning I ment has just turned out a handsome j
I batsman of the National and associations of our lives have,their innings, if ber of commerce, big commercial /firm newspaper Osceola will be the first county to booklet for Osceola county, which, we .

't Larry Doyle, champion the of the New they ever do---they come first for once in all the and every other class of business in Florida to take have it own nursery for the propagation -' feel justified in saying is the very f,

League which calls him manager twelve months. And back of it all is the sentimentof to the end that a better co-operative system 6T of shade trees to bo planted on best piece of work of the kind ever i.
York Giants and places that team in the AmericanLeague. "Peace Earth. Good Will to Men." up closer be the public highways. The trees will done in the state of Florida. The ';
With the exception that Doyle is not the season : on marketing or certainly a co-operation be set out alone/ the roads a'. soon as cover, the letter.(>reI8. the illustrations ",
of the Giants and that the Giants belongto the sentiment of peace and friendliness that makesit provided to the end that the market may be buoltup they are sufficiently developed.- are all in the latest and best i\\
I manager the all a good deal better. rather than torn down and destroyed. The Citrus Florida Grower. I style of the art and the whole makes ; '
the National and not the American League + publication that is seldom if ever, v, ,
And then comes the half expressed idea. Whycan't Exchange has been organized along right lines, I a
article ii perfectly correct. outlast the is I. The Kissimmee city council last equaled by the biggest printing .; "
; make the Christmas spirit two there
we and being a purely co-operative body ev- ; '
-: :- week went on record In favor of bulk- houses of the largest cities. The kI t
( The Florid. East Coast railroad is boosting or three days or the week of the yuletide? Why ery reason to believe that if all growers were work- heading beautiful Lake Tohopekalira I "copy" for the booklet was prepared '\

; advertisements shouldn't we get into the spirit that Christmas brings ing hand in hand with the exchange, and all the and appointed a committee to look bv Claude F. Johnson, now in charge 1:
Florida a* a stock-raising section. Page oftener than once a year? Is it too good too fruit were handled through that body, almost ideal into the details of the work at once. of the Tribune Year Book, and it Is i* ;
'4 are being published throughout the country! -Ft. Pierce Tribune. issued under the auspices of the ',
all the round? would result. Certainly {
this railroad in 'which the following facts are idealistic to indulge year conditions of marketing -+- county commissioners of Oseeola j j
: by "A climate But what's the connection between Christmas some sort of organization working along lines hat Rull Baa*. of Kisaimmee made a Superintendent Hewitt Hill of the/ t ,

',>J'fNt, ;; forth as to Florida's) advantages around.: and( health? The advent of (Christ, which the season have been developed by the exchange will have to ) net profit of ov.er $700 on one acre Tribune job department, i is entitle) i'

; :; thatpern is pasturage the year A con- celebrate, marked the beginning of a new do the marketing of all Florida fruit before big of eggplant. What better evidence do to special praise for the work he ha' f
,-. Distant succession of good forage crops. A minimum you need as to the possibilities of done in this particular.-Tampa Tri .
idea in this dark world. It was an idea that has demand and good prices prevail. '
; tf of, food required to offset cold. No expense fort better and I Florida soil? If Mr. Bass can get bone '.l t
world something
into
developed the : :-- "
: shelter in the coldest weather. An abundance of t

drinking water." brighter. It was suggested early in the Christian READ THESE PROSPERITY NOTES I ;; ; ; ;;
'pltre Am I brohter't keeper? '
\\'i.. "C'*/n'.; : .-.i-'.!._- y era-The my then wa a positive denial, but its }
answer ( -f
w ",p+ 1)' ;Christmas edition) Almost' every paper in the '.different now. The responsibility is acknowledged STATE PRESS COMMENTS I I I.aa '

IJ. ? tats)j had., one and our exchange table this week!and assumed. The splendid charities public and Chicago bank clearings last month were 27 percent j

y t. to1 was;]a .riot of color Santa Claus in every-.conceivable .personal, the researches of science and particu- greater than a year ago. -.-.--... ..T.TT.TTT.. aa..66.6e.a666.6.6a.---. _ _ _ . '. . . . . .TT_... t
..e' 'ahape' aDd holly wreaths 'galore, we began larly of medical and surgical science are today's The head of the New York state employment
that
An 100,000 community is ahead.
exchange goingright
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t.. .ft'"td'p favorable mention upon: them but gave up the burden of caring for bureau says there are not one-fourth as many un- says
because in
: reply, and it it acres are planted in peanuts west who may consider this town ;
ff",it's: task when we ,?realized that'there would not be others hat b en accepted that the world it better employed at there were last winter. Florida. Yet how dare any of you as a pace ofresid nce send for copies 4+

a f' ...'roo a enough in one issue to say all that should be than 'it thousand San Francisco reports an increase of 30 percent call Florida a "peanut state"-Arcadia of its newspapers, first to see what Ice'going j
two ago.
said about.tbwnV""Su.IC4I'it to aay,'',that i in.this -as was years' learning in general business. Nsws.The :: on here, second to learn how
'We have learned'much are, more ;
we.
.'i ineverything'elseutheFlorida' press attempts!! i it at'tained Richmond Va.. has freight traffic than, it joke' about.3a.Forci; Junket being' much public spirit the town has. Our i '
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: A '""*" all the time, ,.... grand aucceu.. "V'"V'I handle, and its merchants'are'hardly' able to. started by'-a crank I. of English <
t one riving place to e.tabli.hed.fact.. ., and can you can I away the home paper, and Insofar sut -Y .
, -. .- that all this is being done, hat been accomplished 'take care good-appearing ,, .1%' !
"j: i; :":Th..New Florida," a monthly publication has I imagine through selfishness, through hope for The November business in St. Louis was the British cousinscan to racetiousness.be when-Pensacola they condescend makes spreads friends its good for reputation.the town a"ndT'* ." ,;
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'tjc_ a, ''made its appearance at Palatka. -It( is devoted lo'' personal advantages or gain? greatest in its history and the holiday trade promises -. New. -1Painter's Newspaper publishers are generous f :;

yy; :",":''tbe interests,of Florida Farms and Homes, -Inc.- The lowering death rate the mastery over disease to be still greater and a record breaker.Detroit's -+- with any growth of business they )', l

properties" are located in Marion Putnam and i the crooked deformed body population has increased 80.000> in ten 'Almanac tells of a ne- gain. Nine-tenths df such growth 1st ,q II>
straight ,
1iwhoae making named Fertilizer Johnson.
girl
Walsh who for months and it is almost impossible to find a man erro )I almost always put back into the path if
-counties M. P. was many increasing
; day bringing bodily health in place of suffering The teacher asked her if she was sure in enlarR'ineplant) and Increasing 'I \"

'if', ) .years managing editor of the Augusta Georgia life and efficiency showing out of work. Fertiliser was her right name and I e force of workers. The moral Is. "'
expectancy
Chronicle, during the life of his uncle the late Senator men and women how to live all these have come Bank clearings in St. Paul have. been 'breal ns she said that it was, that and her her father's moth- that if you want a good impression 01 't'

of is editor of the all records. name. was Ferdinand I your town spread abroad help the
Patrick Walsh, Georgia with the recognition of the Christian principal of 1. er's name Liza, and that she was .
home r
rehabilitated. ot enlarge and
New Florida.. Mr. Walsh wa* for several years responsibility for others. Cleanliness is next to Mobile Ala., says the lumber trade is called after both of their.-Bartow itrtacllities.-Arc paper dia improved .".
Enterprise.
"t real estate editor of the New York Herald and resigned godliness, and clean bodies, clean habits clean Recprd. fIt I 1
U: in New York City I steel plant in Youngstown 0., it running -+-
hit most recent position minds mean health, physical and spiritual. Every is a wise policy to "keep on the oO+HoOOOH ooo >Ot. .. ?
devote. himself to Southern development work. -- to capacity, and profitable orders are being refused. good side" of your local newspaper, >00 .
: :
L : :- Salt Lake City reports big improvement in min- for, one of these day., you may wantit P ODD BITS OF NEWS I, ,

MARKETING THE BIG FLORIDA PROBLEM ing and transportation.Waco to say something kind 'about you; O It'
FI! and if have treated ti right, it 4004040444006i4oo40000040t
THE CHRISTMAS +tOWER Tex., has held a prosperity banquet with you j ;
-1 :- is not likely to ruse the fewest possible t,
fi -:- One of the best editorials recently printed in 2.000 guests.Oklahoma. words in telling of your good Harrisburg Va.-Virginia McDonald '

Strikingly appropriate just now is the following thusiast. now in another state writes the Metropolis farmers are liquidating their mortgages deeds. The very best wal to win the said to to be the only four-legged j t\\
reach
; ' editorial from the Industrial Index, published at editorial good will of a (or any person the age of 5 yean ( It
f. subject of marketing our crops. The on a large scale. newspaper died of tonsilitis recently. She had; I
the
Columbus. Ga.: should be read by every Florida farmer. It is as Jacksonville's postoffice receipts were 25 per other it.-Punta man)Gorda is to pay Herald.bill you owe I four perfectly developed legs and iI."'

+ In Florida-the land of resources and delights follows: cent more for November. 1915. than for November --6- four arms and was normal mental,. .

t -the poifasettias are growing and blooming with The really great problem that confronts Florida 1914. and 'the per cent of increase in Jacksonville' "An ordinance prohibiting real ----- ;

I'yc r unusual luxuriance. This seems highly appropriate. I is that of properly marketing her products, postoffice business was greater than that .of any estate agents from soliciting business found Springdale freak W. Va.-W. R. Smith
today
1 f Christmas flower and from strangers or others on the ,, a potato in a garden. It ,. ,
The i.i the one .0.
j' poinsettia A Florida the United Statet. had
her citrus fruit en- other in
and particularly city streets sidewalks- parks, depots; hotel grown through a silver pipe stem 1i.;,
of striking brilliance of color and almost startling htusiast, now in another state, writes The Metropolis And to it goes, all up and down and across the lobkies, postofflce, or other public band, and projected about three Inches ,\

beauty. Even in semi-tropical region, where frost follows "Why can't the newspapers of Florida country. n'aees within the city of West Palm on both sides of the band., The \:) '1'I '
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;" doe but little injury to vegetation, there come.' at campaign of education to get concert of Cheer Up ud Give Prosperity a Boost I Beach and prescribing penalties I band of former is embellished wiht a relle1'\bust p T;:
begin President
\ a is the title of a now ordinance Taft.
unharmed cold. therefort
the time when flowers though by ; }
)' .' action on the part of all Florida growers in mar- ; ;-- of the West Palm Beach city j"
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'cannoPhajre: all the freshness and vigor.of the vernaleasonCTft'lj The Florida citrus council which method Walnut :
; keting, their citrus fruits? crop may suggest a Ridge Ark.-Bobby Watson ,; '
;. then that the poinsettia rears its tarry of 1915 it pow bang seriously injured in this section HELP MAKE A NEWSPAPER for Miami to deal with the curbstone a baloonist fell from a height of :

r: I.' '. .tl, led croVm upon a lengthy stem that make it towergracefully I II' of fruit. -t :- real estate nu\.ance.-Miaml\ Metropolis 500 feet when he tut loose his parachute ;I
the
., above the' mosfbf its fellows of the by shipment green at the end of a baloon ascentionat :
I !a "This city hat always been one of Florida'sbest The editor ,of,the Pigot.;Ark.. Critic pub them -- I the Fall Festival. He fell through S

r '" ,f lower garden. Its colon are vivid'but not blatant customer, and its consumption of citrus fruits all on notice,, as' follows$ ;'Suppose everybody Florida lands may not be- of any I the sheet iron roof of a gin struck a P-

'" and its freshness and the season of its vigorous will around half a carload a day. It ought acted like,a clam when accosted for hews? 'T would I value, but V. can. hardly go on the two by four and bounded off to the ;. '
average
rLi /; '.blooming make wonderfully beautifuL :The lover be consuming twice three or four times that be the death knelt of .the local paper, and the whole street'except we meet some "Cracker"who ground. He was picked up with a t
to
; he it from cold clime has just sold his crop of fruit broken and several broken ribs, but
of Bowen-eapedall.if a t
a' antediluvian
much Florida fruit and would be if there was world would drift back into tb4 age. for from $3.000 to $7,000 on the trees. will live.. "
,t ', "t who sees the poinsettia for the..first time find it concert of action and a central shipping body in Some may 'think,it.:egotism'to,make;, k:mention'of This amount,of stuff sold from a farm ----- .ian

';. ', 1 t hard to realize that he it not looking upon a miracle Florida which could absolutely control the shipments themselves"oftheir visitors,. and ,even, if it were, in' One of'our northern states after a Francisco Cal.-Miss Pauline

..... of the floral kingdom, and he .never ceases to reo- of fruit, and the quality of fruit. but the editor bowt' that you reported it, year's hard labor would be regarded fTurner. of Bremerton Wash., enter-
i": 2, i*Imember* and admire it. no one machinations as V.1'7good; indeed. These sums tained the Rotarv club of Rochester r.
fruit untilsuch knows all of the -
( And how appropriate that this flower which "This; city has been taking California' who, like the telephone girl have been realized from many Flor- N. Y., by singing over the long. distance -
.i. .'' Jt, bloom time as Florida fruit would come in. Then of the community. The newspaper is a ida groves with much less labor and telephone. The club members fyj tr
tomes: to welcome Christmas should this fruit and and if do not re= than from the northern in Rochester
when the shipments came the .was green vendor of local happenings, you expense were furnished individual -
, f'tt': '''year with unusual magnificence in this country'sgreat entirely unfit. I bought some fruit this week that port them to u..-,you have no right to criticise its' farms. We are speaking advisedly receivers and a special line was
'winter flower garden. Christmas will come after personally observing both for leased for the service.
( was green and wholly unfit for anything unless it scarcity of 'such. Catch the drift? several years. In other words the ..

, It; l;, to this country as a season of peace and prosperity while might I be to make orangeade which might be obtained The"Valley i Gazette editor's 'phone is No. I 11at 1 net profit from Florid groves year in Buffalo\ Wyo.=;;:-. Martha Early, ; :
j'9 and goodwill to men and of life and hope, home. Call either we and out, will far.exceed the net '
by using as much sugar as is used in 'Iemon.de the office; and 59.at "one year 84, at the wheel of an automobile, t

r 1 1ti, ,,,-.V across''the Atlantic will be a season of war and and, indeed that is the way and the only way. work all the time t, day, and night This profits is from the best_northern Arcadia farms.News. recently mado a 60-mile trip from i"i

;;*:;"want"aDd hatred and of death: ,;and despair.. the orange could be used ' ;,.'v-,1.' -.l.j *!-. .. I IJl a challenge....-......,' Sheirdan to Buffalo.\ t I:...

.,;.Y d ., "Yesterday a car of,fruit wa turned back 'on i;!"**"' "? TIE NEWSPAPER'IS I
: 'Gilbert'Leach who sis'montlil ago took'darpof \ MOS ACCURATE MIRROR, Tho Misses Sloan, one 85 and 'the, '
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:f'k; TEACHERS STATE MEETING the shippers not only because, jt-was a poor' pack. others 83 old .'
: I Comn\irelar.\ has'worked 'WondenD."the I years mad their" (list* ,
<,. fruit but beuu..(the market .has been the Leesburg The best'.way to form an impressionof railroad the '
I L ;.., 'i* rV*=-. i 4amofth and unnpe I look trip other daywhenthey', ;
aN bli atJoa. : From ;asmutt3 a neighboring city-is to at its
"it. e'' f r..l :1'A'. imtSrovgprentyof.that visited relatives in '
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Oklahoma Th
> badly the lint; shipments'of''"green .
't Ho i damaged by
:. : ; ; .-U< .Oat iiWife ,'.''oation\which'has I : been dsilributed! .throughout! T the fruits'that the people'uyis'general'aecord4'we71' JooIti.11 'four :pace : "filled printed,*and.*sloppily(written ever been are and very had feeble neither.-,
sixteen page never seen s
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.) to
"ttt ,r' State by Chairman Chat; M..Jones: of the executiveeonanittee1ndicateitthattht wait .until the fruit it ripe;and until'we.can belurel,, a '''weltpriatoji twelve' and> editorial comment.paptr :"rThepajwr and if fltece UilHtU advertising, ,'the road train until' they made their.A1'Ik' .
"'.,. "* : *' with interesting D wi- ,' community is ,almost invariably run w -S5 I
meeting .from Deceavbef26th of getting good fruit.:,' h h4 'ty ?
: .b' : .todeduP' welT patronised bjr the busioeu men whoseenjfb'appreciate clown It the newspapers have view ; .. .. ;
; to 30th'will l be Interesting;prp6taU.sad '"Jn the meantime thVdealera l :;who )have s Jfcat live J tnefcns to typographical; appearance,''ami ahowthe' Chang* the food for n'day;or two d + ro
.; ., "r\, 'on the early have' a ..large" supply! 'offniitoa' .* newspaper expenditure of money for coed if the) fowls '
: .51wtirctiva': ,to *U.Florida teacher*tt :f" \ a; shipments e.sb.ltd wish have bowel disease.Half '
lo e.andevery comd nunigr..' f jHtaistuUl* lytr.,l r..r01ng and,writng.tf: the' advr-' of r
rt How lea 4fn from this countyAre going band. .ueL' of which they'witt a .. ; the troubles of this kind can*, .be )
mar ; ] '
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's if w i that. it j sold"pt''ou\'..'&',knock n, w.'eo. a1ru.dM.. J...:+\"_' .,..r.. .\\''i .-. ,';:whlzana. art,>ell"Afl.dfkuti traced to a lack of sharp hard tip '
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,, .. , .' .., w::'N'GD.r.f..4: .:,';_.l J'. ." the"TAf: \;Homey, boos.9sndiyrfteri.. , Charles 'WHlta is and"family: lava. '
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I V. ? a ; Bdward* '* Durham, 8t. light' DOO '. ' -" ".* this week for Georgia where they p.'
C ; lt.: ',ll:.>Scranton, .apptie..rr..r: ; 8,8B Everett 'smith:' 'Blandie! ', Lawson, poet to make an extended visit. ; I
,Sf. Cloud D.i!'pa'rtrnehtt"t W. K.'Pullen.' sanitary 9nl11te.ft Ruth Harvey and 'Mr. Fortenberry ,Dont" forget 'that'Kr/'Awfia will,I : ; ,.,

1 "1 l Farris. '. Backmacter; yea; :keuney': "; Cnnunlngs-' yea; 'Scranton,, motored., ;' | to,, .Orlando 'S1IDday." afternoon preChat'.th ..school' house. Sunday,: I :. ,'. _. .'1_""".,.,,1),.. '1."h,.,...

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t n \ I TL Funk and family! Mrs. -
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NEW8 AND' NOTES OF'T II "WONQER') CITYT'FROM OUR owN' Movedby'Councilman; : .ra rris and . .. .. . ."
< Sprenp, Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbe and "L, "', \ '''''',''\, '" "
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%" seconded by- Councilman Cummings I Guy'' HcClain and wife were the 1 IN( I'd. ;, 'y JIr.7: I'?. '""," ''''''t' ", <.I (" ,".
SPECIAL. ;;:bpRRESPONDENT' that.Mr.' 8. W-' Porter be allowed to gtsee ta of 1 Ira and, Nellltf WetherbeeMrm. 1)) :. r '' '" : ,
: put. a" water..plpaero:: .a Penna. ave. ,FrWar vming.. ,- .. ,IlIj .1 I. ,'1'y\; ,r.Ulo'vr.; . . ,, .. ;j".' ,V 'I13
and Tenth St.:;' provided: he leaves the I returned'from "the ,. 1"sr.1:} "I.?'.>t .-' . .. "t cy '
Mr. ,aDd'.Mr..I.. i,4. ..W.:Sddmore. ,of Cuaunlngm, yea J\Farris, 'yea;;Kenney, street,in as good condition .. ,found hospital HnIiey Wednesday and 'we are dad ., .a ''M;' ".'..r; . ." ,'. /;" ,
Rockport Maas., arrived lut' week yea; Scranton yea.. and. will" remove: the, same. at anytime .}', '" ,h".1, . ., I 'kit'Ii" "" .." "
nd,will spend the winter and probably Ordinance relating to improvemenbonFlorida "-the'council may,,,, tit; Buck- to nicely.report.t.h'_, ,, is,' stUng.-' :,..along. ,.., H j "" ,/" ,_......, .,r' '. I': +- " '.
BurdettPaaFand< : avenue. presented and read. master yea; .Cummings, yea; Farris, Mjrs.'' Smith-, and Evelyn and !Mrs.Wetherbee '. ihl';*j .... ...-", .., '1\: \' I I
._ t&_ Floyd Northrup'hi the first .tint.' ;f- -v : : )-' .ScranUrn, yea., .' '.. visited Mrs. C. IL: FUnk'Wedneacl.ayaftel'DOClllo. . ," %v'f."' < ." ".
are horn from Stetson uDiveralty.fol'the ':Moved' by..Councilman 'Farri.,land LhIoved': bjp Councilman''' Farris 'and ' '
s, 4 ft holiday. seconded;by Councilman.Buckmasterthat seconded by Councilman Buckmaster ', : :' r il.:.: {The-Cfficers] ,:and: : 'DirectorsJbyousChrisimasanJciBrfgrtt : {'
.. Mrs.- Mabel Stevens. th.-evangelist, the rules be suspended. and ordinance that., Mr." H.'C.Hartley be allowed to \ Relatives of-Crier Hnnn end'wife (\ ;
j i :.who has been having such a successt relating1, to improvements on put Oline tank' under the''street hay received work that little are the : 4 of BANKSof
n" ul' revival at the M. E. church left Florida i t avenue, put on';the second according tolUndetwritent J specifica proud '-paaents>> of si: fin' daughter. ,, 1/ ;:' the CITIZENS f
;,. Tuesday for her home in St. Petersburg reading and placed on its- final passage tions 'and- under the. direction of the .; \ ..
r'' l' Fla. I ,: Buckmaster; yea; Cummings, superintendent of streets. Buckmas '''Joe Harvey.Evelyn, '''Smith"- .Jln.WUUIUII youa', '
''oJ> Mrs. LuU Atwood and Mill Aimed -] ; ter" .year: Cummins. yea; Farris l.! ''and children and Ix>nnleHurheyrTisiUxt KISSIMMFEwiah : ; '
Arrowsmith, who have been teaching: yea J :yea. atu.e' Sam Barber -
' j,, N'! ') .in St Petersburg are home for the :, rfoflcall 'on final passaged. : Buck Moved by Councilman Buckmaster' bom. .Sunday. .afternoon./: '* : -J' '
holidays. master. yea; Cummings., y.al Farris, and seconded 'by Councilman Kenney 0 ( '.1
\\.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodbury: yea .Aenn' yea; Scranton yea. that the. city allow two dollars to the 1 es '
i of St. Johns Vermont, have arrivedsnd .Moved by Councilman Farris and first person --kho gets to the fin' ap : '
\,. "' : are staying at Mrs. Chase's on seconded by Councilman Kenney that paratus with a team in and .Prosperous New }. +
J. f Pennsylvania avenues Br. 9. J. Howell be allowed; a refundof and Mr.', Lynn.Daugherty beallowed Y h .
f. ; .,. Mr., Hawthorne, of Kissimmee was two' dollars for. cemetery lot 8, '2.00'.101' services for call of Dec. 20. .4 : t.
", '*, St.. Cloud caller on Wedneld.r.. block u., Buckmasterya: ;', Cummings Motion.withdrawn. \ \ '.
t. :; Mrs. Nellie Chase ando'' yea:' Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; seconded Counciman"Bnclanaaterand i = a I .. r
on Friday. spend the holidays with Scranton ..yea. by Councilman Farris 4. Ala
'f t her daughter, Miss Margaret. Clues Moved .Councilman. Buchmaaterand that. Fin Chief Lynn Daugherty. be
.!'; .'" ; Veterans Association. seconded by Councilman Kenney allowed $2.00 for call: of December ,
';fl. The Veterans association was. call that the bill of A. U., Dooley for cemetery 20th., Buckmasteryea Cummings,i 1
"A'' .d to order at 2p. Saturday, Decry work .amolUlt $8.00, be allowed. : Farris, yea; keney'yea.'' I 1 l lI {1
: 18, by the president, Frank Kenney. Bqckmaster, yea; Cummings yea; loved by Councilman Farris and L ,,1 '
c:; ,. .America was sung by the audience Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton seconded by Councilman Cummings I 1-. :
Ii"', and choir followed by prayer by Rev. to adjourn.! All yeaUNION ....
" Brown. &The choir then sang Home, yea.Moved by Councilman Buckmaster ..... . .. ........... .. . . ..... .. ..... .. . .. ...... < "
t If"'. Sweet Home. The minutes of Dec. and seconded by Councilman Scrantonto ...O..O.. *
{ .. 11 ere read and approved as read. recess to December 21 at 2 p. m. : MILLS THE FLORIST ;' ;In.c.. ,
Comrade: Lynch 'sUted that the reorganization Buekmaster, yea; Cummings, yea; CENTER ?. ;
of the- union association Farris Scranton, 0 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA .
would occur Dec. yea; Kenney' yea; . O"'OO'O" " 'O' w. QaasaM1..A C.i 4..r. F..., 17M "'.... ........... 1rAI.r sea, w ,r.a.Red ..-/'t x
The revival- meeting.satyib. thus yea.Minutes ( _.._.._______....___.-.. "./.,/.,. ".IO' .$ O'O., Per dot., ':
cis dist church were announced by the of Council meeting held Dr. and .Mrs. FUnk C. H. Funk and "Be sure to Rose* Whit and Flak r___.,.__< .4.00 M.OO '- ,- per do;'( 1
chairman. These have been going on December 21st, 1916: family and Mrs. Sprang visited at American Bantls _'___._..;...._.,, 115.00, ,18.00 f K per do.. '
-,;. for four weeks, and will close With Council met in regular session with Banns Point Sunday afternoon. This bring me a Carnations. te and Pink .......;.._...1.60 .., ..' .. -; per dos., r
-the'evening service, Sunday, Dec. 19. the following present: W. N. Garner place was' until recently known as Lilies el tile Valley ___...:;.-r..._ 11.00 .,, ,.: ,,; >, per dos
?}: The regular meeting. of.the W. C. T. president: O. L. Buckmaster, J.. Fells PointMr. Victrola" Easter Ulies ..._..._._._____...,.. $1.0.> . .. I... :++, per doll>:
TJ. at the Baptist church Monday at I. Cummings, L. W. Farris, F. B. Aen.V .- .'ad Mrs. Longenecker and littledaughters eara.tlonBed -....---.-......_.. 2.00, )2JS. / ..' ... ,per doe
,: .2:80 p. m. Mrs. Stevens will make E. E. Scranton. were pleasant callers at. Sweet Pee ...__...__.._r_.rr... Jll.0 <1: :.. :. per ,10*
an address at this meeting. A collection .Moved by Councilman Cummingsand the G. B. Lawson home Sunday after. That's the Christmas mess Double, Violets ....................}_., W.OO ....., r '.. :per ." :
was taken up for the hall.amounting seconded by Councilman Scranton noon.' They were the guests of ME. Narcissus ..._..__.._.._..._......, $L.OO ,1. .., "I ,OO per .. ,
that the contract with Mr. W. A. and Mrs.-Harvey at co 13 Santa Claus from; thousands
to 546. .supper. MISS JEAN CALDWELL Agent < SOT CHURCH 8T, PHONE U:,:
t Introduction of newcomers: R. F. Ginn" as'drawn by solicitor be accepted J. K.and Billiard Mrs. Green and wife called Mrs. Maetern Mr. cf little heartsl ... . .04**.*..44. ..*..>... s..60....**. .*. .t.e* .*e2DR. .... }
Run, Co. K. 4th Maine, said he served and th proper signatures be attached. on And with Victrolu .
two years in the U. 8. navy. He Buckmaster, yea; Cummingsyea and Mrs. Wetherbe Sunday after- from $15 ... It. . . ... . ., .... . ... ...,. .... ..... . .., .. . ....,....: ,
and his wife are pleased to be with ; Farris, yea; Kenney, yea; Scranton noon.; to'$350 it's eatto Ratify the ',t. '''
Miss Ethel Bass and Rosier Lawson .
o' us for a short visit yea. t \
;w; Comrade John Kelley, Co.: D, 10th Moved by Councilman Buckmaster were guest at the tatter's home on wish.A S. 17.:.;J ONIsDAVENPORT.oWA'OEADUATE.: ,
. Michigan, came overland with his and seconded by Councilman Farris Sunday.John. Victrola not only pleasestho "
:. wife four other relatives and reportS that the following bills be allowed: Geerdes and wife visited at children but helps to educate "i> : ,,:..
t S. pleasant trip and a royal reception CHIROPRACTOR .
;) by' St. Cloud people. them to an appreciation; of all .
,<. J. G. Martin Co. C, ''5th Iowa, said .. . .. .o. . ................... ........... . . .... that is best in music. .aON.OUNOED,, (ao..paAa-Toa): .
be served his country three years. He ROOM NO. T NBW GIVERS BTJIX.OfifO '


1.>;.;.'..., . arrived pleased aid this this Thursday with was gathering a our delight town.evening a wonderful ful Mrs.trip and for Martin is surprise well her ! Excursion Rates j wonderful acquainted Stop "in Victrola.with and the get Will SPECIALIST be in Kissimme ON NERVOUS Office. and from Saturdays..AND'9 to'\<;12:30 CHRONIC'. Tuesdays' DISEASES'Thursday- .;,*./.: ', I 1 I

Iand
1>. anything Easy term can be The only method to relieve disease 1s to remove the cause-this> ,
.'".\ like it as before.she had never seen' ACCOUNT OF arranged if deured. the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustment of the*spinal. ,nervea.' ,
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Consultation and examination free. -
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h, T. J: Farrell and wife came from .

.' ', 4 Cleveland, 'Ohio. They are young Christmas HolidaysVIA o..ooo..t ..t. . .. . ...oo.. ... ... ..'
'n''t people Farrell is a member of theeSons ofI R. DeWitt Brown .

I Veterans and a carpenter by jrade; Kisahnmee, Fla. ,
and wants! work. ,Mrs. Fenton also SALE.tASH. .
.'j' s;' came from Cleveland" ; Ohio and said A'T A TIq.'CQ.AST/ LINE r ti w tsrvk".t. FOR PREFERREDThreo ;
f/ her husband was crippled in the ser- .rv,ark '
a :>i Standard Railroad of the Sq dhTicke"'ts Letsl'located",: in "resldenco''porNon'ofSt. !::
; D 29th IneLf. .
X D. F. Ferguson, Co. ; "
came in J from Arkansas. He ereatl'much 17tH ,Cloud.;?:Florida,, ''north. of''railroa4'w1thIneasy '
amusement by the recital of the sold :Dec. to 25th. inclusive, "
b, ;, : : .
tF '"various schemes of land agents-! on limited to reach''I original starting point by I. distance.of busitlesspartofAtoiril.; ;).; ..Shetdenlforded ,
"' 'the.road.to him away from'St. : ,
.. ; keep timber. 75 > fc-ont
1 by pine '' oa by 15CL
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...' ''Cloud' but nothing dauntehe came midnight Joni nry:1Oth: : ': "," ... | **
::;;. .' and saw for himself and intends to .' "' ... foot depth. Plenty pf room f t-- '; < .
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)? -' -i'' 4 Rilil 'i ". "', ,to : : +. I",. ', "" .' 1 ,
", r: .*Wm.' "'Leaton.'Co.; E.,IOth Mo. Just : :yJF\: ; 1or.rates'orothers? I forination''callon'iiy{ ?' ;:: .1. S 1. - UfyrnlV':; '> ,,Apply:yALL: ._ "
.. .>. .am* back after an absence of about!) .''A C'iL TlckeAgent,: ors.- ';tC: !.; : *f.; ''I.p: '), : ; u "
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1 ., -, He declared he never. saw people weU '. J'Ie rV '" V JI. 1111'" 111- '" ..
t .-1//: com strangers cordially as we do J. G. KIRKLAND, : '" '...., .". i"
\ her in the Wonder City of Florida. ,J ;
i 1,1 'f. Division Passttager Agent 1'
\ ..;; Delva A. Lockwood,. of Washington .. .. ; rt
I:', ;:' D. c. the only woman in the United Tampa t :, 4:
,f > State..who has had the honor of beIng -
,l....,;. a candidate for president of our ...o..ot..oo..o..tO""O", O'OO'O""O". i sit ::4 ),.\t r..
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herself introduced by *
.' 1't.J1'. republic telling
why she .failed to be elected- 'r ..
\j ; I. 'o! .., 1 v
." of votes, which caused *. ripple of. " "o"'o" ,.,' 'O'O.600".O"o' "o"o"o I '. ,
her audience.She .
, ; laughter to run over "

.1' handled.joked as over a a lawyer' little 7,000 and about casks said for her she her experience had old- RADIATOR BILL I

4 c comrades and was willing to do anything To. Our--Frlen d s .ia'n"d'
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she could for. them yet This triO DOW make all idnds'of >
,(.,.;. 'is came her hereon first trip the to recommendation our state and she of J : }7d

1/oI'!/A'),s a comrade to regain her health. She HEET METAL WORK. I." .....w. "...
is Methodist and has :been a
::1. a promi "N '
,!" '. nentworker for world peace for 30years such as water tank for residences, gasoline tanks E'Or'bub and antomob3ev J : 3s 'i' ;.\'
( and expressed the wish that I .r.-.r.iJ \ ,
.\t. our' country would be blessed with : ; n>okettack*, sugar vat, and ventilators;, in connection wit} / ' : .t''

. ;w; peace for ever. .iii*t'tular repair work on radiator and fender /Customer t .. ..t..'':. ':I :i.
The following program was given .. ".. "./ .
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Lc.a under Vocal the solo direction by Miss of Flo Mottle Ellysons Wilson,;.l ;Repairing Stills in Country' a Specialty > );;:; :
entitled "lust a Gleam of Heaven in +

"Ii Her Eyes. Mrs. Jones gave.. two.nict I/tnaraJite'my work. .Call-aad see me :oa' any .'kind of-'metalfto .. ., 1" 4.4 l ..,,. .. 1\1'!;: .1. ., .
selections! of violin music. Comrade ; , ,, ...{ f,.',
} w \9 !" "' >1
$ Mosher recited the Army: Chaplain. I t (;. ' :
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Mrs tu' E. Baker pleaaed..11 With' a .. ;
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mandolin had to give.el.ction"ncS another.' Ifs of 'course.gotto she be : *1 V '. EOtA.tAR': G/. h I .W"'E, ,. ALSI-I' .t', .: ;. ."

UiII a .regular thin&;;ion all programs'for : '1;:,, .: "J (; ' 'i..Y .. t, J rt'" ., I

s; Shakesperian B. G. Sill-to give reading.a monologue He gave or..two a .. .... ... . .. .... ......O..O..O. tO..._...... .< >: .} > .N : ,.','
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'" of Comrade his beat,Burch monologueshisw delighted with;:.time.violin . :. :., ,, : ,: : . .. . ;.;;'=:, ;!' ..:;. ; ,:.. .. ' It'' .'">. 'I"'t' ," '.,...;t.. I'
.y solo assisted by Miss Edith ,Ha-' r: - . .. ... - - ---I' ::" :" ''' ':


rod two one.at reading F.the Magiltongave piano.that' entertained' two numbers every-gave .. FAS M i o IM 0r \ ., :: ; : ;" j;: >

the violin that brought down the A ;
+ on Merry' ,' Chriatnias. ..
Bui: <
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'; ,house. This closed the progr.m. Adr w '.. t I,.." 'it,,!": ., ,

journed after singing the Star Spangled . ... .-, ... ; .... 'it' . ,, -.. .!.",. .,.. '. ... .. . I ; 't' '' ,'
s Banner.: >a. iii > "" 'IV''< ' rr .. ( '.
!II'lt.litlo..1. .. In FrIJ!*''* .:;;JJs: ell ipr'years.bwypup'' fathera: (with; .'peyjer tf ailing: 'J'' I .. .. . ::"" ''j,. ,,'I. : /' ';'' ",'" ,''''
Mrs. J. N. Sylvester came ,
.::1i "' if evening for a short stay before ;;good;FesuIts i.; > Thes home-made:: : materials! f are; ,t : I :,1-, .. .. "" -J." -.... ., . : wl)

tr. ,. .turning'to Tennessee. A 'r.=,I.dependable,build i p'and'ewectemyouciand.; ., ..
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t "".."1' a I.' evening..Donald from Conn Stetson arrived University home with Friday i.fiM' ii .;i;J: ;>.' -;Giou ndljoDe\1'' (i1'<.& Blo'ol''ud''; Bone \1 ; '''h.',:I ,' .. a' :. I ,{",''f" If.ki', .....,.., .(....1.... -,",& .",. ,
. : 'rLsnd.to ,spend the holidays ,
Ai/alysie ff" ,
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..uncle J. K. Conn. ;Guaranteed; / J/; :,Guaranteed Analysis '/1 1j .r,.. .'.'". .':i. ....-1' ,. 'F';)1'
' s . r: Ammonift f.v"f?"-;-4.5o' j Ammonia-- ;C.T'v'' ,.,:' v; tai %'.. t">C.N''. ...:.{, '" ,' ",f" ". ' I I.

<: .Mlautes of'Council Meeting '> ;:; Phoapboric'Aeid.VJfi, ( 22vNaturalyiantFoo4 %* Phosphoric Acid '.- vU: \. "?&": *MReal ..+:;:."'.".. :..,"."'.1 .. .. .. -. -.1'" ," .10...... \"r .. ." ..oJ... ,"..I,...'," 1 .
i:.'4' ,II'' * '. .Held December/' !_'}"91 '. / ; : ;+;;f Cj;',. Blood and, Bone, /- t,. ,' f'c; "" ... ,,"t'.I.' ,., j:... .t.. f. l40:, '', ':;,.' ':r"o.!" "..., i- ..'t. ''11.>..""..--:.t'.$'
>'' 'recessed Steamed / 1 .Dried Blood f:' ff' '
) Not
3Y. itCouncil, ; }net In regular} i f jf '
.. 'r'.., r M ?*' following present: -!"KotAcfflulateii: ;' .'', I *.'.'Ha Ground. Bpbe*. : : ,; :
dk l :4 .J.J.-Cummingss; ,;' lde pro.tern., ',: jAU''Ammonia Preserved.,, \ #' .'" ' ,,4.; ''A-..,, : QSCEOLk HARDWARE CO:: : :
,0. ,11"Buekmaster.: L. 'W T>ba4teF.8cr.nt .;, .- .. ;*ChospU6ricAcid :p'' /. :AbaolutefUnteated' .J ,, "
[ t ,B l. Kenney and E.EJ;;' :.i it--; "L in w \ : ,
); Available. bit > Quick ,> ry
C unlcatfonfrom J.P..Welcker.'with : Availabilit" '., t ,, ,
''f'"j\'' ".>" reference to:tax on: lots on which. ' :..;Alkaline. ,'q rm;"" > .. .*.it, ;Steady,Supply. .. .. 'ak q ." .' >II' ." r"v" Ii'" .iii" 11.6'i' ,' : ..J!' ." :. .' :, # ,1- '. J J I
'8. ,,r' 7 ett""po nd"-and .cav.narer'.l'eal.' ,. ', .' .. .,.. ," .." '. 1''' ;Ioo' .. _
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!!.. ( to ..; \ Price. .' ... ... ... ." ... .it 1'. ...
i .'kQ : (M ted-.ekingthe clty ...; ;. ., '... : ,'. ,'-;' > ', .1 ', 'A-rr'; 'J' '. r ,. ,.r' -'\, ',." . oF.f'l,rjr .
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'.' ';-,.:" :tYs l 16.ta*N 'on..sam, reaijl.-; ..".'fJ", 'W'JaOll a&OVlBC'l;,' : 'Ce.\ itJ'Io."t:,..: "\{ k' '- ".ut ; ""."' ", . ..".. Ir ,. "' i'l': { ;"i .,
.' ; lWeI..... : Councilman' Buekmae : pl'-=, ,.I, ',. ) / i { t'tJ// tt t : 1-! '.. .: P"' t: 4 ,,"',: ;t \ >
.-.t .....' ...' bye'CooncUma ,.FarjSthe irNhaufictyrets: : 'of ;i'd .' ,,; ': t I..J< "'. ;, : /h: ",:. .. ( -:' ?4..?. .qty.,...i. ,,., : I...t.-:. .. .'. ..ie .. i?'t;':V- :{. : ';,,,''x'..\'. .:-

r.;'f'''1..' ,'"yet. ''- 'U.I'-:._. use',-2916-taxes ef.same 2 jJD..oA:..:... s .{/1"..iir.iJo. ,. f;.<'sk.I"+aeSY:; :.J,&caaua".t wr""n .,.ti.,..a:,. .;.to. A' 1','I"-I". "" .."", ".,.'"."' "': '. ..'".',!"' :'!":..:' ,..' ", tI." ..",' ''.',,,''ftI'r 1.. ..J, :'Jp..ji.i..h." ;: '. _"I'ri!, .",J':' ',.r.>,4.:" ....')) i'.ZJ,

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;A_ '. THE; KISStMMEE VALET' .GAZZTTE. /: 'J ? :.FRIDAY: ) ; :'

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II II II... ... II II I Ii '. '. '.' '. :' '.' ..11 . . i "l(11 'lqu omitted d. tried!, ''The' cheese mar; .k'.,:;,1''lbe "
h.r 'j DADE: CO "rY'IOOES HQW TO COOK DASHEENS. IN, MANY; and croquettes dipped
r egg-and .,cracker crumb beiora.f4* < :,I':$'%'

i .,; Society Notes ";- i . BY 503 MAJORITY APPETIZING DISHES FOR TABLE .Excellent'.. griddle' cakes'sari tile';'' b ',.\ r

'j ; made by using one, part of grated raw' I ;"
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,, three ) of ; ',
t' I dasheen to two or parts .
(Matti.' B.U."Harrls,;Editor,); MIAMI .CITY VOTED 'AG lNSTI .-r-_ ... wheat flour .with the otheringredi, '

I RETURN OF SALOONS"BY 1'0( / B. E. Evane,'county demonstration dium-sized 'tubeV are'available, en s*aa usual' % t'

i :Regret Is wade t. aD patrons 01 tJa, Valley Gaxette I. send Items MAJORITY -' WlLLIAM) JEN agent, furnishes the Valley Gazette Boiled Dasheens. Maahed1' Daaheena. A'
rUNGS BRYAN TOOK PART IN with the following recipes for cookingmany Large 'dasheens are preferable for On account of the somewhat.mueHlaginous .. '
..detTr events. t. the Editor tor f publiatioa l i 3a tir: cola i a.a I CAMPAIGN AND SPOKE TO: 5,. appetizing dishes. from ..d.ah.oeona boiling, though small one may also character of dasheena*they \'I
1 : which: are now being: extensively. be used. They should be boiled in are not recommended for mashing! u,' w
. . ODO! PEOPLE.In in Florida the akin and be served thus
or
grown may The do/, however* r. "
. the ordinary way. .
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.i MM.OMMMIMM > l a.i 'Q .11 ; ; 11'11 w w II II 11I'11I'11 before .
This vegetable U article of the skins may be removed make an excellent dish when boiled in .
t4'' ;: BIRTHDAY PARTY ten, Dotsie Thomas, Mattie Belle Harris food for million of people in tropical serving. Dasheens should not be the skin, peeled, riced, or put through. \ ., ,
a, Mis Jeanette Prevatt entertained Messrs. Will Mason Tlllerb RalphLaundrum. the wet or dry election held In and subtropical countries. In genera boiled longer than potatoes of the a sieve, as previously mentioned.,Rich ,
bout thirty of her friends Ftld.yevening Walter radleyIIllrri. Dade county Tuesday the drys.won bya ; al, it is used in the different waysin same size, and generally they should milk or cream( and a liberal quantity: .: .. '..
at her home on Mabbettef ., Vincent Goodrich Mr.. and majority of 603. Miami was voted which the white potato or sweet potato (.lot be pared before .boiling.v of butter should be used in seasoning- '1,
.street in honor of her birthday. A Mra. L. U. Zimmerman. dry by 160 majority are used. The flesh of the large Fried Dasheene. when particularly good results are'"' 1I't. :' ,
Miami has been in the column!
'" dry spherical corms and of the larger tuber boiled
g guessing contest in which Miss .Dot Slice: daeheens, either warmor desired. It should be remembered ,4p\
MISS GILBERT IIOSTESS for several moffths but recently a petition (which are usually much smaller '
Meklnson and Murray. Overstr et won cold, into thick, even slices season that riced or mashed dasheens maybe y
' Dainty Miss Ethel Gilbert delightfully entertained was presented to the county] than the is frequently somewhat plenty\ of when .
,the'prize. was enjoyed.served. refreshment the members of the Senior commissioners asking for an election gray corms when cooked, butthis with salt nad fry'. quickly in I a little dark, especially used.corms'or '
have been
a . were . Class and a few friends with a candy The date was fixed for December 21 doe not affect the flavor fat.Boiled dasheens, while still hot large tubers .'.'. .
MISS BASS ENTERTAINS pulling Friday evening at her homeon but the drys were well organized: and If Uncooked dasheens are scrapedor may also be mashed or put through a Creamed Daaheens.
: Helen Bass entertained the Main street During the evening won by the foregoing majority. pared they should be handled lit potato ricer, mixed with grated Boil the dasheens in the skin and! .
u1' member. of her Sunday school class various games were played in the Sunday afternoon Hon. William J. water to which a level teaspoonful of cheese, and made into cakes or cro- proceed as for mashed potatoes. '
+ 'Wednesday afterno n at her home on house and on the lawn. Those present Bryan former secretary of'state de.livered sal soda to the quart has been added, '
Church street. were: Misses Dollye Alford, Helen an address to fully 5,000 persons in order to prevent irritation to the
The girl brought their fancy work Baas Kathleen Bearden Maurino in which he vigorously denounced hand 000>0..00.00 0 ..ooo.o.. 0'.0-0 oo o>o.O'tooooooooooooo..t ,
, and the afternoon was very pleasant ''I Dann, Marie Boyd Grace Winn, Susie I the saloon. 'Baked Dasheens. I
Parah Clark Celeste Moseley, :
Spier
D' hmentndofhfruitwafers Dasheens, large or small, may be
,douaarr.frp Mattie Belle Ilarrjs: Messrs. Toney baked like in i
potatoes, a quick oven.
and hot chocolate were served. Those !Rogero( Frank Calk,n., Ralph Bei.r- HOG CHOLERA SERUM They should be first washed and .
paasent were: Misses Leona and Ethel den Leon Estey, Jqhnny Schmidt scrubbed to remove the fibrous part '
" Robenon, Ruby Provatt Orpha Rose, IGwynne Crawford, Emcst Lawrence, of the skin. When practicable to do :, f'
QUOTA
IS REDUCEDB. OUR
Gledy Casler, Dotsie Thomas, Mattie Mr. Evans. CCC so it is often desirable to scrape the' TO CUSTOMERS

Belle Harris. r r r I S. S. CLASS ENTERTAINEDMrs. dasheens before baking, as they are ,
SEWING PARTY M. A. Evans entertained the E. Evans, coUnty farm demon- then more convenient for eating and
delight !'Westminster Sunday school class of strator for Osceola has the soft crust which forms when they ,
is Miss Carolyn: Fripp very county, re-
baked is de .
fully entertained a few of her friends the Presbyterian church at her home ceived the following notice from the are properly particularly Your-
Mast I licious. Rubbing with fat before bak- We Thank You for
The business
home Friday. meetingwas
, Wednesday afternoon at her on State Board of Health: '
the edge of town. The girls brought held prior to a social evening. The Comptroller having advisee ing will improve them. The corms
. y. their awing and spent a very pleasant Reports were he..rd from the various that the State Board of Health fund may be cut in half from top to base, :
. in order to lessen the time needed forcooking.
committees and letter read Patronage During
afternoon -sewing and chatting.Daring a was announcing has become depleted to a point when
should be .. .
i They parboiled .....
by the afternoon a guessing contest the receipt of $10 sent to continued heavy expenditure will
N4 13 was enjoyed In which Miss Lola Foreign Mission board of the church.A Jeopardize the primary work of the for 10 to 20 minutes, whether scraped '
not unless rubbed with fat. The the Past Year
, ie ,Johnson won th. prize. Dainty refreshments barrel was packed and sent to the board, that of sanitation in human affairs or
Children's Home in Jackson- time required for cooking ia about the .
sandwiches Sodety
( ti of hot chocolate the amount of free anti hog-
{ ,. cake, candy and fruit were ville. Besides this a donation of $4 cholera serum an owner may receive, same AS for potatoes of the same size.They iC,
y should be served and Wish
,erred. Those present were: Misses was also sent to. this institution, in any twelve months, from date, (Is immediately, ,
when done. Season with salt and
Violet Bullock, Ada Louise Simpson, which cares for homeless children reduced from 1000 c. c. to 500 1:. c, (a ,
from all of the state. Following plenty of butter, and pepper if desir
r Norma Grlffln, Elizabeth Ledbetter, parts pint) Sl
* Lot Johnson. the business session the members JOSEPH Y. PORTER ed. Gravy. may be used in place of You
r r s I of the class took art in the "Poverty State Health Other. butter. "
1 .', CANDY PULLING Party for which all were appropriately The dasheen when properly baked
"' Misses Abby Harris and Lola Johnson dressed Many games were and served is mealy, and the flavor
former asandytp .,playod and dleicious refreshments I BISHOP MANN TO HOLD is much like that of the white potato, "
( home of the with were served.ROYAL but more or less suggestive of chest
, , r '.1iI6.Friday. evening, December 17. CC. i nuts. As the dasheen is drier than A Merry.Christmas and
The evening wa very pleasantly 1 I NEIGHBORS ENTERTAINMrs. i SERVICE HERE SUNDAYBishop the potato it requires more butter.
I' and the'
pent p la pulling E. Cotterman sea Mis. E. E. Stuffed Daaheena. ,
i'' candy. Refaehmente; of hot chocolate Wells were hostesses Monday evening I Proceed the same as in baking, and .
: and cake were served. Those I entertaining the members of the Mann of the Southern Flor when the dasheens are done follow
present were: Misses Laura Thom- Royal Neighbors lolge of this city at ida diocese, will hold services at the the method used for stuffed potatoes,
aai'Amr Makinson, Lorene Donegan, I the home of the former. In keeping Episcopal church Sunday morning at using more butter, however. If cream :
'Ada\Louise Simpson, Lois Johnson, 1 with the Christmas season the rooms 11 o'clock and will also administer the instead of milk is used for moistening Happy New Year
Abby Harris, Messrs. Will Mason Tiller I were decorated with red garlands, Eucharist. still better result are secured.
't Arthur Jarrell Nat Carson, bolls, holly and roses In the dining Bishop Mann will come down Sun The corms are especially adaptedfor
George Cooper, Don Beuter, and Sheldon serving in this manner, but they
w room the table was laid with a lace day morning from Orlando, where he
Johnson. I cloth and beautifully decorated with lives and it is urged that there be should always be scraped and, unless .
EMBROIDERY r r CLUB roses. Upon the arrival of the guests a large attendance to hear him. quite small, may be cut in half. Instead
PRISCILLA of mashing dasheens it will always
they were clothes bits of -
Driven pins
Prbcilla Embroidery Club met
The
". last Saturday afternoon for the last I red and white cloth and asked to represent ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET I be found better to rice them
with a potato ricer or rub them
Santa Claus. Miss SPECIAL REPORT I I
", meeting of the year. Mrs. J. N. Brat- I Dorothy sieve
through coarse
ton. was hostess. No further meeting Wells was awarded a tfrize) a favor in I a

will be held until January. The .the form of Santa Claus, for having National Stock Yards, III!. i Scalloped Dasheena.
,afternoon' was spent in embroidery secured' the most unique results. A.guessing Dec. 21, 1915. Pare raw dasheens and slice thin
work and social conversation. Dainty* contest' followed, which washotly I Cattle receipts 35000. The offeringof putting in layers in a wellbutteredbakin&
refreshments were'! served. Those contested. The prize, a bouquet mixed cattle from southern states dish and seasoningeach layer
.present were: Mrs: J. L. Beaman, of roses, was given to Mrs. Geiger. 1 was very limited and the market is with salt and butter. Nearly cover
'Mrs.:Sarah Cohoon, .Mrs. Gulco, Mra. The guests then tested their skill infishing about steady today on all classes with rich milk and bake. C.W.CRIFF1N'I
1'' ,;J" J. Woodall.Mrs. T, Woodall, Miss in an improvised pond, the : Among the sales were: steers 4.90 This method of serving.the dasheen Ft4
,,' 'Ouida Malloy, ,Miss Myrtle Collier, gentlemen securing.laughable results.i heifers $4.40 to $4.50; calves and i will be found particularly well adapted
,Mra. Modi, Mrs.,M. T. Fouts and Mis As the ladies' had each provided her- yearlings $8.95 to $5; mixed $4.10 to for banquets or formal dinner, .
i..... ";Nina Bratton., . self with a dainty gift to exchange, $4.40; cows $4 to $5.25; bulls $4.40 but in such cases individual baking .
I
t-I; < :LEAGUE their fishing resulted in exclamations to $5.26; oxen $3.50 to 4$..75.Hog dijhes or casseroles should be used 'k
salad
SOCIAL of delight. A delicious course I be
receipts 14,000. As far The above"recipe varied byusing .
.The ,Senior Epworth League1' held: and coffee:were served.,. tho hostessesbeing' choice heavy and aa less butter and may I1r ;
butcher adding gratedcheese. THE
I hogs were I I I it
[I I ,GROCER "
\\i
: assisted 'Misseea
'Its regular-social and business. meet. by Miriam'I concerned the market opened! steady : Peoper may also< bo used fh : J ::f/
+ 4 ?. me'Thursday.rning'at the home of Munger'.and Dorothy Wells I with Outside buyer taking these seasoning if desired. Cold boiled 'instead -
.
Ha*', Helen Baa on Church. street; wa added 'to this part of the evening kinds of dasheens be .< '
.also
readily, paying a top of$6.85. raw may l I.
"" During the evening the. guest con' by Impromptu speeches by Mr..Marks, Packers held out,to the trade until utilized, .but the 'result will usuallynot .' ...' .. i /.,'.:., "I . .. .1, ... '/'
tested, to .... which..one'' could make in behalf of the Royal Neighbors Mr. noon since receipt were' 14,000, and be so good.Corms should not be 7 M f ( \

the most,'-ord., from "Christmas."I I Parker, in behalf: of the visiting then bought their hogs 10 lower than. need for >scallooing? if small or me"' o oo..u oo.o..io.o o .o o..o ...to.. ...J .I. _. _' .
I Mrs: L. U. Zimmerman won the prize. Woodmen, and Mrs. Parker in behalfof yesterday. The bulk of the good 4
:Dainty refreshment of hot' chocolateand the guests. During the evening a 150 pounds'and upward sold at hog
$6.40to

:were cake: Misses were' Lola served.Lawler., Those present Cecelia'I violin Frank Herrington selection was, and rendered Miriam. and by pig 6.70 market rough was the at $6 weakest to $6.35.spot The of I 11I11I11I111111I111111111111I111I 111I llllllllllllll UilUllll( 11I11I 11I11 illlllllllllll III 1111I II '

V Y Paul I lIII'lllnlll'illlllllll r
trq.: b Ov. beet: ,:;,Ruth Clank, Nina BratCHAUTAUQUALEADERS Munger recited.EPWORTH I the trade, these "rdaes declining 25o 11111I11I11I1811I11I11I11I11I ,

-- . u - per cwt, with 110 to 130 lb*. bringing
'5.76 to $6.15, with lighter pigs at
$5.50 to $5.75. .
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' THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH === ===
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HOLD :GOOD MEETING RECORD ATTENDANCETIte The Christmas sermon by Dr. A. J. =-== =-==.
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Holt in the morning.. Text "Emanu- 't;

'1Th.\:\ .,".'officer, ,. and 'committee of the Epworth .League of the Method e1."Usual services.at night Everyone To All Our Patrons B ,

"l\ ":< Chautanqaa Association met last I !it church had a record attendanceat nvited. House made comfortable. i :f(
-,",d it'at the Presbyterian church and Itemeeting of last Sunday night Stranger eipecialv welcomed.
,in-, the arrangement of when a larger number attended the The Central Circle of the Woman'
1 'nasid.;pororIn service 'than ever before. An especially Missionary Society will meet Tuesday .. .
There were present'President D. G. strong program was rendered ,i Dec. 28, at the home of Mr*. N. -*. ,6-.
." 'Wagner Vice President R. M. Evan and enthusiasm was displayed in the B. Carton. .A* full attendence i* === '

f Secretary, W.,' B. Witherapoon and work. The program was as follow: earnestly desired. :

',"i., 'Treasurer W., R., ;Jone.' The Christmas Song of World A cordial invitation to ,ivisitors in Ii' We Wish I.
.a" .' The president named Rev. S, W Peace," &e city, i I. extended. a <

t :*Lawler Dr.. A. J. ,*Rev4 A.. M. L.d.rlo .Ira. 1 L. U. Zimmerman. Mr. H. M. Breaker. Secretary. ..
. N,:".\ tChlshotrn, J. M. Willson C, E. Yowell.H. Song, Joy to the World." =-= =-= JiiI.
.\ [ > R May, B. E Evan and J. S. Ca. Scripture reading by the president.
1 ,.del a* an advisory committee. Prayer. LOCAL ITEMS
1 oJ Rev.' s. W. Lawler and D. C.'Wagner "The Time of.Christ's Coming," ,
Ij .were added to the committee on talk by Leader and Helen Bos*. .
;;'Ucketa.,of which J.. '8.' Code! ia ,chair- Song In the Air." Miss LotUe Lawler left.Wednesday
"f; - I onaaRob erwe.a for Fort Myer, where abe will spend Christmas 'I'"l
'4 :-- C;E.'Yowell' slid W..H. Jones were "The Peice" the holiday with her brother.Ir. Merry
added to the'committee, auditorf : ersttr etf World Ce.
" an celia '* 'ROM Mrl:
l1H'f?i urn. ft which H. R..May I Ie chairman. : and Nina Bratton. and Mra' lj C.: and :
;
:, 1 '. B. Withenpoon, J.M.; Will Solo "Holy' Night." Mr. Arm-. and Mrs. William Hamlln. of..Akron. !

r r'ppoolntssdd; 1'rato'R.'u.'JC'fan. were.ap- strong. .... Dbip. are in Kisslmmee this week on I '
committee Solo "The in automobile tour of the tate.. They ===
? ..on publicity.. Lord i* My Light by '' t. .
A. J.' Holt. Rev. A. M.' Chi*. Chaoncey Hawthorne. arrived Monday having made the ; .
'I holm'a:: whole trip without ', ,t., .
puncture. They -
Prof. B. E. Evan wereap "'Th,. Purpose of, Christ's Coming," : AND ANUNUSUALLY ,,,
willlean' Monday for .
l.&kelaJ1d. .
., 7" ,_ = 't '
point
V Interest in the perfection of a permanent ) solo, Ada Wagner.ME1'CALF'WEXONERATED.. ", : = ,."
,Chantauqua ,Association U Ben" .. .. == ."
'. Mr. and Mr*. John Lane, of \>
;,; .'CJ'OwiD&"GId those.. ,present at this toll' Harbor- UIch..1.arrind W.dna.day I"
: .....
showed readiness to work
meeting a i iI
J. to spend the winter with Mr. and I
,;.6 for the promotion'of the enterprise. .. .. === "
MrsA.
L.' Stevens at their thorn
v It i* earnestly, hoped that. all oft .;
'' the people of the"town will lay hold ,U. 011-Church street.. ..'".,*;{ *i J PROSP ROUS'l fi!
: ;
,and helD make this department of oar. .BY 'S. GRAND JURY An appropriate program of'Christ :

business interests tuccessful aa cbatstasgea' na. exercise has been prepared and
program-are effecting: _la will be'rendered at the Presbyterian

,' broadening, and. 'elevating public" jsentijf Guy H.''Metcalf.WestPalm ., 'p . church: tonight, and\a cordial invlta ==- ..
f' JlteDt,.; .: Beach who was +emoved Ion ia extended to!the ,.public to.ati -NEW' 1 YEAR: == '

.. :ADVERTISED LETTERS '. from office,by, a postof ce'( tend. .itw ; t < 1. I \ 't
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: who filed"''charge: against! tn'r5I' ..
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'i."'';: Adt. :u.7f"tbe: bun completely exonerated'' .n.ID'; 'DISTRICT,"'COURT o..ftl l \ ... "'
tIMd t liowee1; .
J% ,' (* .i I DN1THO 'TATRs'IN' ANDT 1TOHTHB ; r'1' A I ;
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Federal "
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& 1916 grand Jury at Jacksonville, ,-. ,aoiITHBRN niBTlUCT r < .
: Jan.
f ending ; ; ,\ :, .' .. \ 1 1t".J't:>, .
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During the.fight'made.on i Mr Met or FLORIDA ;
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iAj'ArqvatteY7L' A ; calf which rN AANILRUPTCY ... r' .TO. :> "
;Baker, FrltsBrad- he declare wa tM workof ) ; ; I, ; 'f '#t "
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',. : Lea Mia' Dick Me. political.enerni.., a successor: wall la'8.'ONi.' ...-. .. . "
'i .Isy ; FuUfatftan, ; B kr ;
'Iv.e Mattie McCl Uan Mra. LUlie named'and hi*.'appointment ',ent,to To[ the Creditors ot Ordla llau. of Kla-i. '
v ,
.Orr Lawrenee; Kennedy'A.* "M. the Senate (for eon rmatiqn... ''In the allll JSd4.01-Count ; _* Dttflat : !( :
< ); ; meantime the .for* 77 "TNotlo SJAtEBANK: FJISSIMME{
: Isaac Dick jug'took .re'bi arlven1 ,.t'on . : [
,flawyer, ; .Wlckli.z.Kn.! ; U t tb.15th ; ,
(ITilUaais. Mr. Roxier Warner' ,'Lee..: Now action.the Federa1riind: .. : > ..day. DAM.of',was DMMmber.duly ,,1.15.adjudicated the ...J.40IcMa. q .

t4. "MJB.- B. Sfanpson. Postmaster..V'i t .;' bas been held I *,that 'tankrupt., ,and that the erat m*.tlnc \ I , .
n id
n. .
of hla oredttore will be b at tbs .
FIftio...... per cent of the semlaklUd hojwill .be returned.to:of flee.: ,t iffle*. of tM 1I..4.nICIle4'R.f.r_'". |5 : ; : ''l'' .'l 1
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Fampa* Florid on the .tll"gr of Jaw .1' .... y
werker* Ja'tLtl. .textile Industry. '' ,Bodice, with bolero-; effect,('bavejJkMc'fittn iawf ..A..Do. l'li,, <'tam eeloek aA rI ,.,. : \ .. .
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a trustee << traaeaet '
as'' puce Cash ..'6 N II .....:. tke elbow-ptee."prinau'.ftm, ote.e.bashes._ ...a. may,' I properly, ... :'.. ;eeme "", >Ii", frrI' :, . ....r.. ': ir '.,3f ."if.: i'". \ >> ,' .. h: ;. 'O .j"r' i
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"tj' '., ('1'...........U.J *. '.> ' ". 7'p-t" \ chobeb. are. sta.apsrtd. tbt..."oIN., the same, o ,.tn*,>M* k y."'I'Ut"er(1compaJlY (; "..;: ';r.: " '\ ';f - ', -o .'. '1'1"t 'l',1'! .....,1' ... f!'" '......
!: ., 'f 'l ; :: day 'with their many friends.E .. :, 'Tho'car are equipped with \ .( M'REAK, t , ,\t' ; t' ,,,.f-A.1'; .
I'I'I t' '" Published Even: Friday Br I Order* taken: So*'chr1stmaeskiertRaed'a '' three sets of wheels so arranged that > .. .; J '

,}/ ..W.... jBAnn .O'.VA..AO..w .*, ,' ,,' bakery.. . (( S. Johnson'*and'JR, :, P.' Fyle both front,ste.rink.wheel are operat.::,' ,. ,n.Irl... rAn.,. "6.&t' :: .A';il.llli1i i;. '. .
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went to Whittier Sunday) la Mr Johnson'sR ," ed by.: .,the : : The car, of
),0e' ', : ; I "*Buttr Nui"'bJad"thai Better auto. Their -returned Tuesday* were- specially ;ibutft; ,from ordinary. BREAKER. ,BARCLAY: t
' .. '..' '' .U o I kind. TBaked by Reedits''BAkeryj, ask and brought with them a big! ..buck Ford touring cars with the addition /'

"\ forjt.. '\ "' \ deer, 'weighing-,! -79 V4 pounds, which of,.wheels,,; seat* and.!staUonarjtop., RealE tat_ and InsuranceKiimme J4ig ,"?

1':[ '.i:! i Weather'Report.' .;, Call' on' the old' reliable.shoe':'man, was trip., killed by .Mr.. 'Jobn.on. ",,on. the' In picking; mythical All-Florida" ,,.Fla. , L::%' ,

, J ': H. C. Stanford,, for shoes that 'are : High School football eleven, J. C. ..1.I ,.41.' COOPER, ta.ri,' cw ....,..L-wI.,
1fJ("...., M both,satisfactory, and 'comfortable.Go .- F.-E. ,Sternberg.. representing the Howard- coach of the' Bradentown -- ," .'. .
""" HSTTTWlTr I
SaMjFollowing
J. High' Schoolgives Kissimmee .
f Continental Public Works recognition
:.,r k f ire 'dilly.tempera1'tures ; : :'to, Redditt's '..Jew.if')"' Store' foryour of.Mount Dora1' was avieltor.ln company the: in the -.el ctlon' -of' Beuter. I

10''", ,.'" and precipitation .. reported -. ..Chri.trna..pr'aenta-25! 'off,on city Tuesday., having come to. ,look, quarterback of the local high school(
I l'" ),' .b, Government station, all:ew.ela7utln Decembers ttMis over i the ground at LlbbyHii:, .where eleven as substitute quarterback on ii .. ;4L
!.t," / uat Kisslmmee.for the week end-,, l : .' ; the county, commissioners al.' plan.. the all-star team:. 'lie also places Kls- '

'M' ing December 23:, Lucy'' Bucklas1;1 ,'Is 'J1o'rJ from 1 nine to make'a.test'of sand-asphalt; climes in fifth place among; the high j
f :
school elevens, of the state" and states
.
}r'I.' ) Friday ,, ,___ 76 68 the State College for.Women in, Tallahassee the encerrner which Sternbery'did the company, work in 1* that she is really not far behind Jack. .

II I f. s: ''.Saturday ._ __ 74 54 to spend the Christmas''holidays )' Lake county.Mr. sonvilleand. Orlando for,fourth place.
' days her,parents'and: t rimda. The Bradentown team the championship
p Sunday w- ?__ 75 67 .; 1 won -
Monday. __ __ 70 50 1.86 Call and see the samples of engraved -i .- and Mr/ *. George F. Fox and and had..the-distinction'of
t
son Horace D., .of Knoxville. T.nn., not being scored upon during the
#, Tuesday .,? __ 2.Wednesday 47 .16 calling cards at the Valley Gatette. I arrived whole season. _
Monday to'spend the winter 'fMMMHM -
They will'make Dice Christmas gifts
___ 87 40 : here.' Mr. Fox is a prominent rttor- M M. MWMMZW i
Thursday ____ $5 86 for your the mother, your like wife, your., sister I; ney'of Knoxville and racontly purchased '
or girl you best 'R
DIED
the Rush Mab-
., v property on BASS YTODAY'
\I ; ; 41The r Mrs. A. S. Drawdy left this week' bette street, which he intends to make g

. ... .... ....0000000..0.. for St. Petersburg to'join ,her hus-' his regular winter home. "I have '
' I arranged my .< band who has been there for some : ,
.......... .000-00 too to.OUO
". "so that we can stay here until April.1'E. .
. . time looking after"cattle'interest'inthat ..., t r 4

: Local Field I .section. ,' . .F.was Lockwood a visitor, in of the Greenwich city Wed, Z. W. Bass; who for thirty years .
Min. 4.
'. Do you read the Saturday Evening nesday. Together with his wife, has been a resident of Kissimmee and ;.:.:.::...:: ,
:::
Post; the Ladic Home Journal or the daughter Miss Winifred And son, vicinity, died at 4 o'clock this morn k y

. ... . ..0...... .. ....... Country Gentleman Let me send in Lyman, he is Spending the winter in ing Death at his due home to on attack Clyde avenue. ,
." your order or your renewal at the St. Cloud.Mr.. Lockwood is known to was, an of'acute ..
Fire insurance taxes paid. See A. standard prices-Mrs. E. ,E. Naugle, a number of Kissimmee people who indigestion. He had been complaining .

E:, Drought New River Building. 80tf phone 69. will be glad to- know that he is here of feeling badly for several days, ____ : -. .7 .
but his- condition
was not thought to
".' Christmas toy and oJier Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sandhammer,' again wood renewed While his in the'subscription city Mr. to Lock-the I be serious. .In fact, until Wednesday There's surely. nip thing ; better' '

ma good at Stanford' of Rushford, 111. arrived yesterdayto Gazette. of this Week he was able to be and '
holidays Valley j around the streets. His friends wherever there is Vic'tor'or'Victrola. :
spend the with their par many a ", ,
Senator Arthur E. Donegan. spent ents Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Morrow. Gerald Ashtot- who is in charge of were shocked to hear of his death' 80 '

it., . Sunday in Jacksonville. Mrs. Sand hammer will be pleasantly the grading of roads for Osceola suddenly.He I Nothing; more, acceptable,;<, 'nbth-, J". :

F. L. Thomas, of Auburndale, spent remembered by Kissimmee as Miss county, and the first lieutenant to I was born in Sumter county, "
'' Monday in Kissimmee.. Imo Morrow.Joe Capt. L. It Farmer, the big boss of Georgia, in 1860, and came here.from ing /more'enjoyable.. ....... .' "
the road'gang, came in from the I Georgia about thirty He I
i years ago.
Powers mado a trip to Titus- Deer Park road this week .Stop in anytime- and. we'llgladly,1! ;
Hunter DiHard was a visitor in Orlando to spend was married in 1896 to Miss Nettie :
ville this week to bring homo 'his son, the Christmas with his fam- Bronson. His widow and hr
afternoon. holidays
Tuesday one son, '
Joe Powers who has been vjsit-\ give' descriptive list! ro the
.Jr., : J! Hudson Bass, survive him, besides a youa \ tf,, ,
26% off on all jewelry at Redditt's inghis aunt, Mrs. Fanny Sams, at ily.J. sister, Miss Kate Prevatt, brother
during the month of'December. tfMr Courtenay, Fla. They returned on R. Copeland, of the Alamaba I Frank Bass, ,and many other-relatives newest cords and. play any.numbers,
Wednesday evening.Mies Paving company, which has the. contract here. r
\ and Mrs. W. II. Arnold motoredto to build the three miles of bllck', you wish to hear. Ai .
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Orlando Tuesday; afternoon.W. Phillis Jarrell passed through road from the city limits of Kissim Mr. Boss. was a contractor and '
this week to her builder and of the buildings in
Jacksonville enrouUs many
to the Orange line, was
mee county a
A. Bernett, of Oberlln. Kansas, home jn Kiisimmeo, from Tallahassee, I visitor in the city Saturday. Mr. Kissimmee and vicinity are the result :f Fl7'Y
& whete... is student at the Florida of his labors. His friends i R. DeWitt Brown.
waa a visitor in the city on unday.Fat sne a Copeland says that the work of build. were nurajbered I ;
State College for Women.--Jack- t by his acquaintances and his C
Ine this road is in tho hands of Mr.
juicy and tender meats always sonville Times-Union. will |death will bring grief to many residents '
who the work
found at City Market, 'phone 44. tf Gillispie, push as of Osceola county. He was a i ; k +
The Waters A Carson Grocery company rapidly as possible. member of the Baptist church, the Pianos and Yictrolas. .
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O. LIsenby and C. M. Sutton, of began the use of a new motor Miss Marlea Oskinwau Bishop, formerly Woodmen of the\ World and the .,
Rosalie, spent Sunday in Kissimmeo. truck for delivery purposes this week. an instructor in vocal music at Knights of Pythias. '
The truck i.., taking the place of three Florida Funeral l services will be held at the .
W. S. King of Fort Pierce, was the State College for Women, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA "
registered at the Manhattan hotel on hordes the and gives this of up-to-date company . at Tallahassee will l arrive from her home tomorrow, the hour to be decided . 'I'I'' aVe
advantage quick delivery.J. Fondulec'kis. latei.
Monday. home at on December'28th upon "
Wade Tucker, of Loughman, and to begin teaching musicclasseshere. '
Mrs. L. H. Ingramend Mrs J. Zv one of the tennis cracks of the'state, A large number of pupils have Of the total female population in 4F0 { > <0> : {D} k ;
Roberson spent Tuesday afternoon in.Orsndo. spent the week-end in Tampa on busi already been secured for Miss Bishop the United States only 5 per cent have -9 2r
ness. Mr. Tucker was a guest at the by Misses Leona Roberson ahd Alma high school educations. 1
Griffin both of whom studied under
left last night for M
Miss Evelyn Odlin, of Arcadia, his home.-Takhpa, Tribune (Mon Miss Bishop at Tallahassee. 1" H "
_ spent Sunday here, the guest of Miss day.) '- ' '"r
Many Kiasimrnee people were !td. )
--. 1 Mildred Lee. Miss VIa Render, of LaGrange, Ga., dened to henr this week of the deathof LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your I t '

E. A. Gilbert, of Okeechobee is is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Miss Sallie Taylor, office nurse, J ,
here to spend the Christmas holidayswith Stanford. -Miss Render was formerly in the office of Dr. C. W. Person, of Quick's Chill Tonic cured mj '
relativse. teacher of music in the Oseeola High Orlando. She died on Wednesday and husband of LaGrippe and Fever after \ Thank You. For Your. ;. 1,
school and has a large circle of the news of her death was a shockto the doctor's medicine and other reme f TT. T4 ., ,t I ,
Gottlieb Ments returned last week friends who are pleased to"meet'\ her her many friends here. A large dies failed." -: '
from a three-months' visit to his old again. number of persons in' this city re-
home in Nebraska. member her many kindnesses and her LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. Patrontage .and- ;; ./

Mrs. J. J, Hall and daughter, Miss especial care to them when they were "Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.< ,
Stanford's stock of shod,is being in Dr. Persons offic for treatment.
Ethel Hall wish to express throughthe ) Tt
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stock. See ,
enlarged daily with new
columns of the Valley them before you buy. their i heartfelt thanks for the many W. A. McCool, who arrived several r 1
'!< weeks ago to spend the winter here,
Mrs. C. E Denig went to TampaMonday kindnesses shown them in their recent '
t. left Saturday for his home in BeaVer Are
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l;'<.Engraved calling''' cards would mail Miss Jane Patterson, of ForytJ ,.' a 'paralytic stroke during the past ,
Ga.,- is visiting per'.sister Mrs', Lu- summer, was recovering when he left ,
Christmas for HER.
ffi'nice gift Get Out
the Gatetto.of flee. ther: Frmerduring. the holidays. home and it was hoped that she-would ...1' of'Fix?< ,
J them-at. Valley : Mies'Nettle Minter of Sunny "Side join hinuhere fop the winter.*.She has J,.'" , oi;. ',,"I.\\ .."...Jcelli

r ., ,' 'C. E.:Stewart, of"WitUn, South Dakota Ga.,' who 'Ia' a"college' mate of Mrs. not sufficiently recovered to make the Osceola Electric Co: '
visitors Farmer ft ." ,' the trip and Mr. McCooldecided' to .
wo among the winter ,.pendl & holiday go C. E. '
who arrived in Kissinvmee last Sunday. season as her gaest. home to spend Christmas with her.. GARDNER. Met. .

; Fred B. Case, of the Record company Ted Glenn and Miss Ollie Glenn left House Wiring,' Fixture ,: '

Capt. B. F. Hall, of Okeochobee ,' St. Augustine, was a visitor in Sunday for' Glasgow Kentucky, and Repairing ,t'tI
came this.week in his launch to llpendr Kissimmee between trains Monday en. where they will 'spend the Christmas : k
route to Auburndale and holidays with relatives. They 116 BROADWAY [D'
r Christmas holidays with relatives Davenport may : '
: here. Fort Myers, where he went on business decide to remain there permanently. >. 0 0 < }\ .I( ) .(>

for his company, one of the largest Ed. Roberts and Hardy Barber : . "
.,'a W. B. Crawford returned Wednes- printing firms in the state. spent all of last week overhauling .

V and dav Tampa morning, where from he Tarpon went on Springs busi An automobile, in which were riding the Telephone telephone company lines between of the this Osceola city OOU; O>OOO. OOOf.O..OO ..O'otU'.O..f..O.O.. 0.0. ..O.000,. ..*to.' ,.0, tOO, .-t'...000Merry .

John Emery, of Kenansville, a and Bassenger. While on the job they r :I ' ..'
t'f1e.s.Mr. Mr.,Phillips and a Mr. McClelland, of moved the exchange from Kenansville '] < 1 ".
and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mr. and Orange county, ran Into. one of the to Whittier. The line is now in first- : \
Mrs E. E. Nauglo and Mrs. W. C. palm trees at the intersection of class shape, according to Ed. Christmas and
Ivy.4 Gilbert motored to Orlando Tuesday Broadway and 'Main street Saturday 't .. aProsperousNeLV

afternoon. night The automobile was badly F. A. Lincoln returned last Satur- : .
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damaged, but the three men escaped. day from Tennessee, where he had I >Jj t T i .
M I, D. Morrow of Bucvrus, Ohio,
re. unhurt been for some time arranging to .
arrived ;yesterday to spend the -holidays bring a party of people to Kiisimmee Year:
wither sister, Mrs. H. W. Morrow Ralph Turner left last Saturday for ands ala l county with-a ,
and mother, Mrs. J. H. Eby. Bradentown to spend the Christmas view to settling in this section Mt. .

W. A. and holiday with his parent* and many Lincoln wishes to call together the "
: and Mrs.
Mr Taylor OUli. FRIENDS
friends has been clerk TO ALL '
there.Ralph
three; children of Palmetto arrived members .f the Progressive Club, AND".
to spend the Christhas holidays and .stenographer In the office; of the organization through whose efforts : *J"A, 10
>> Monday Johnston ft Garrett attorney for .. .
the
with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. new city dock was built to CUSTOMERS 4'n
Beet. several month and has many friends lay before them his plans in regardto r
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bringing: this party of people. The '
C. Wheeler has here.The meeting will beheld in the office of
Mrs.: D. who been
teaching the Deer Park school during many friend* of Mrs. RoseO'Berry A. S. Nelson at 10:30 next Monday SMITH'S SHOE 'STORE .

the present torn, 1* at 'her home in daughter( )of Graham' J. F ,'O'Berry of Jacksonville, ofrKissimraoe. -; attend.morning...CAll member. are urged to .' ,j., a :
Kissimm.ee .to spend the -Christmas.
will be'pieaaedto learn that '::, /

holiday a fine little daughter recently arrivedto ..CoantF'.Supef? ndent Yowell has OSCEOLA'S ONLY :EXCLUSIVE, SHOE' :STORE I-: ;

Mrs. N. B. Carson Mrs. Edgar make her homo happy?' The little received( notice that, them will/be a :,, ,
Oliver of Savannah Ga-. and Mr. and one has 'been christened Ross. Marie special train for teacher from Jack ', I. i I I:0

Geo. '1'. Parker motored to Orlando Graham. eonville"' to Tallahassee, on 'Tuesday, ..-:0: .t, .. .. . ............ ... .,...... . .. .t. ..i.. .j.. .. Hit,.. .......:.
December 28th,.In order for them to ft
. :and the Lake Conway. section Sunday A': y\ar" subscription to the Saturday . .. ... .. . ... .:, ., ,, '
'.,', afternoon' . last. f EveningPost.c,The'Ladies''Horn reach,Tallahasseeto meeting. .ThOssr attend.who the'go,frbra statetbachera ' .J,( '. .; :,...: : , .. : t .,' .. -',. ; '. , .

,' . Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ward and Journal or the, Country Gentleman hero will leave on the midnight train '. ,,. .. ,
daughter, MI. Cora Ward of New would maker nleeChr tma. gift.. A Monday night The far from Kim ,..I ",. ,: It ,
-, York, arrived Sunday to sp nd the Christmas card announcing': the gift simmee to Tallahassee and return on '"
',"' Christmas holidays with Mr. Ward' will be .sent to the recipient free ,of this oecaafon'wiU.pa9.oo." It is .
ex-
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..'t.o Ward. charge. CaD Mr,, x ...E., al1at..
father, C. W. ,', of abont. twenty-five *
,r.., phone 69. -t rem attend
en' 01. county will
., C. C. Ever, of Broklyn, N. Y., arrived 'Mr: .nd'lr..C; L'Fre"of"Zleve; : thstate meeting! : . Sara . Q hcdstma: '
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.', Sunday to spend the Christmas .. RI A -
land. Ohio, spent; several day in- Kissimmee
auto-street
; holidays with his family, who have -1 Three cars capable of
this -week. ; fa' a ,.. -." ,
"" 'taken tho Van der Meersch residence Mr.'dealer carrying from twelve to fifteen pasngers ,
prominent real ,... .,and .. .
?tl" 'for the winter season. .. with 'roomfor baggage >, .- ,
property owner in the Prospect I"JJ ( ,
; avenue e'rear passed through Kluimme.s \J; :,<4I +
--Friend' of JI T. Bass, former.. section of Cleveland.:;-,H.'".. favorably "FriJ.ay.eyenlnlr.i .
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i.- .They ,were ,
Ii ", IT.of this .alty, will bo glad to know :impressed .withKisslmnte; > -, **...ftivy.. *."" *' .. ..r en
.that in Florida hav- aDd her possibilities. ; >.sMr.'and :: .." .' qr .'j, a' '''v ;
,-t i ho i again living .- r ' *',. r.. -" .- .... r ,. r wishtota11.\
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" moved East St. the
recently ,
.t i1.ou ben .MrW'George S. Dawson y.tie :'
ofKansar
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I1L to Ok eech : iWr 'ilt One Naf Aflsat.Tie :
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stopped .
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's': : and dareghtan from Dfenday'to'ednesday' to .visit \" ' ,, I ;1
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Mrs.: Welngopflen : b.--..rdie.rfvit : : '. \ :"
Misses Edith and Florence. Callowayof. JrF-.iWaltotVarijl; { family,.;/Tbey.left; a _.1....r, am .. .IV-."" .' .. .' ... . .... . ,," ,:. ', ,,",,
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to'spenJthe'winter. ;{ Wednesday to'vitit and b..4. tile hU 'c o fr>O'' 'Ii "
.Tampa, othir 'fI
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' the Hsmmtm w. oaovL. .L I : . u, {' -I, .' i, .
Th.y.n stopping with. point in Florida Mr. Lawson conwnected ".. ." . ( : .," : from .. :,\ .
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;. Mr. mud *. ,,IrPattaat"t.ptroa 'Grower* : 'If. ."' ,1. :. {"
Tbs-Palace ,Drug store'treated. the ; ,, .. ,
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'of Bat.enger'wer. .t 1KiSSIMIlEE
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;!j I 4. Mrs.city'Monday,' returning home boys -of ,the department to ,hot u ;sTress.Wrlte'poital . r. ". : ,, "' "'. \ w +lt"' >b' . i
1 drink and r' 11III .
cigars In
on Tuesday
from Tampa.'where Mrs.PlerS.bad appreciation ,
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1S.: : eeu'.tq consult 'a 'specialist. .. of the efficient workW.. foi.ouablifirteneaUon..i Ki39no'iiFLORIDA :'
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:..(:' ,. ".;' >Tiio Jtoberaon andl, Le'ailey', when .called upon.? Mr. 'Ragsdale, *, t.'Oitrns'Trees..gymportaut'too0 ;; : ) ,; i,' PLO4UDLl

)s;" ,' ,. have beott-attending the Porter,.. piesMeat ,of '
at Charieston,' S. -. ( one of tho business seas,who be i Mtlt 1\\ .; : :/.. "11' ';; .
". j ja : faqr or .'Largeet CHttM-Kurseries( .. *' ,, ; :} .-
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+i dl. cm.,'tor Uienteelree' : the''' Institutions 0* OfOTrap CompUs inch.i, &Y.rgaIn tSe'collar'and trims .the t nffi.Many .' '

that are harming It and that '. ' the'\West Jersey Tnpsh..ters'Association I, of'the coati .made. j-)iut ,
'I W.C.T.U.; : COLUMN I most be' eliminated from the'civic : which,is In' its first withdee tI";
t life.. '. They should' study1 th. .city 'i the towns of Riverton.' Delando and ton up high 00,01, *" chest,' ., .., t.
from the standpoint, .at efficiency, and Meld'TRAPSHOOTING Moorestown are..represented and each collars at the back. TI .I"or, permit "

'- the waste In..human'life, health,;' eneriry ,_ ..:' ''The idea .. to enlarge this league
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d to\
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/T.. pans in'our course, Ilk big ebip.mating and coons ., The result of such , .... 1'- ... next by taking all the towns on: either side, and' not neeeesarily.to \, "

:.And, ,, u" :kegarda" We therefore j original investigation cannot fall toM ...0..0.. .. ..... ...... .. . ..tJte60eoe.6tteed.eaaea.ee.0000..0. ... ..!.. aloof real'.the* DMawarA.. river between, be drawn up very high- -.to the tthroat.-- : ,,\. .
the
an enthusiastic advocacy of Trenton. and Camden.' :
send I .
LEAGUES .- te B I H *- *
aims do with
'Our beat to all as a holiday greeting; cause which. to away ,, sees flt. The highest ten scores count Irlw4rte
: May. health and happiness both be. the greatest handicap .of 'evel') state ARE BEING ORGANIZED. In the final I compilation.. The season For..attemoon"ol'dreu" wear thereai& I
or nation the legalized liquor' traf- THROUGHOUT UNITED STATES begin. in November and concludes in : smalt little velvet, coats made '
And yours fortune smile on all you do. fi c.-Si gnal. March the matches being three weeks with semi-fitted: body, to which is at- Theodore Deschner e '

e And we hope'you feel like wishing; us OOO OO OOO O.OO.OOO.O.. The shooters'Success of the Philadelphia>> Trap- apart ',tached a full circular peplum extend
i ,The same good things we are wish Organization Has Canard The Whites won the chmaptonshlp GUNSMITH
almost to the knees. Fur forms
a' ing you." O THURMAN CITY' O Gun Clubs Throughout the'*' last fall. At the present time they, lnf t
A Land to Enlarge on the Ides tied with the Lansdale
4 O are team for Just received new
some
4 f.. The officers for the ensuing year OOO>++O< OOOOO : first place, but inasmuch as there will ;
-.' 'are as follows: President, Mrs. M. E. By Peter Ps Carney not be another match before the mid
and AmmunitionIt
.* Aultman; Mrs. Eutelle Mr. and Mr. M. M. Miller, of Cincinnati dle of January .chance\ for a changein The Sportof Gun wy
+ -'* Morrow'; recording secretary, Mrs. A. n., have returned to their With more than 4000 gun clubs I this year's standing is eliminated.The "
L McPhatter; corresponding seche- home at Thurman City. They expect scattered throughout the broad land White and Lansdale teams meetin will pay you to inves.
Mrs. C, C. Huff to make this their permanent home. the time is not far distant when there the final match
tar), ; press reporter'j I 'of the year and if tigate this
1Is4' Messrs. Abbot and Dickerson are will be trapshooting leagues in every a
/ Mrs. J. M. Cochrane Mrs. the teams get to that without suffer Kings ,. .
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building an addition onto their barn. state. There i is not a state or territory defeat .... .. .
| ing the contest should be an Cor. I lltk < FbrkU ATUU '
executive, Mr. Dan Lanier has comoleted his now that cannot boast of a num- interesting one. In the three matches ,...,
4 j The coming year opens with brightr smoke house. ber of gun clubs. Far away Alaska I contested the Lansdale team has ST. CLOUD LORIDA.. "
is er prospects than ever before and a W. C. Sensiba l is building: more has six well-organized clubs, while broken 1312 targets out of 1500. This .
!' spirit of earnest purpose to broaden rooms and also a porch on h. bun- there are nearly 500 healthy clubs in I Is 46 more targets than the Whites .,'
s I the! work is very encouraging. An galow. the state of Pennsylvania. have clipped. DR. j. A. TROVILLION
;A' t.( effort will be made to organize a I' Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith and Trapshooting !is a wholesome sportof Many notable trjp hooters are Included Specialist i in ..
Loyal Temperance Legion lor chil- daughter( were the guests of Mr and steady growth. It doesn't boom one in the membership of the clubs. CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS r
.- dren and also to interest young women ,Mrs. W. C. Snesiba recently. year and fade the next. Like the old- Charles A. Newcomb the present Cure them w'thout.' cutting J,/
4 a +* i in an organization of Y'.. Messrs. Abbott and Dickerson took fashioned circu't it increases each American and state them out.
with W. C. Sensiba Pennsylvania If ':
dinner Sunday And it
year. s consistent growth .
ORLANDO FLORIDA
champion target shooter 1 ie a memberof ))4
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II The Fine Art of Being a Good Citizen. and wife. that makes the league idea so popu- the S. S. White team. So is Dr. UNUKE most royal sports S3.6moS.II.BUkOCK' "
f ,' rl\ Serious consideration is being given Stephen Acree was a caller at Mr. lar. It creates additional niterest in William H. Mathews former champion trapshooting ia one of the '
', given by the National Bureau of 'Edu- How's Sunday.It the sport, just as baseball\ leagues do of New Jersey. George S. McCarthy least expen'sive. ,
/ J cation to the establishing of courses is reported that there was a for the great summer pastime.
t; couple of gentlemen hunting on the a former national champion For leas than- a dollar a
i in good citizenship in our public Like other
important things
l Club. McCarthy
is of the
captain Highland $
'A; ;; schools. A bulletin of the department lake shore the other day. They shot I this ida many'big league" trapshooting and Chase. of the duPont club week you can shoot every g r
hundred timer and could
+ explahns that while civics are being about two originated in Philadelphia, and in and are the only shooters thus far who week in the year at the local
4 :<;'. \ taught in every school and college not scare one duck. to death. Better about the Quaker City ther are now have broken "50 straight." Richardson I trapshooting dub. ,
,'. the study only familiarizes the pupil try again, boys.SHINGLE two organizations Philadelphia of duPont; Newcomb, Coyle, of REAL ESTATE :gM

.;' !,' j with the manipulation of the sociali : ..... . '. + Trapshooters' League and the West Meadow Springs and Powell of Clear-I I Coat lee per year; club -%%mm.*..............
itl' ,.machinery without impressing upon O O Jersey Trapshooters' Association. field, have each broken 49 targets. membership included, than
S J., ) him the social ends for which the maf' 4 CREEK ITEMS 0O Don't for a minute, however, let the Chase broke 49 targets twice, and 50: golf baseball or any other INSURANCE *
. >, chinery should be used. "Consequent- idea get away with you that the Phil- targets in his third try-the best I
( performance
Appeals to "
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'' 5 ly, says the bulletin, "the pupil upon OOOOOO""t eo..oo. adelphia Trapshooters' League is a of the tournament. popular sport.and all Examination of Titles a 4
\ leaving school uses his knowledge for strectly Philadelphia affair. Its title Robert Shawkey, a pitcher of the both sexes ages.
r ; ends which are most evident to him, Rev. G. A. Bra seomb arrived. i is really a misnomer.Ten New York American League Club, is' Benefits mind and body. :1
: ; *') gamely, his own selfish interests." Thursday from North Carolina. to II clubs, among which are the a member of the Meadow Springs : Fairest, most democratic Specialty. :t
J. G$9.$ The movement is certainly timely, spend some time here. Camden N. J. Asociation; the duPont'Trapshooting Club, and his average is about 46' of all-the favorite with ."
#f..' ,.: 'for while we are reminded every commencement Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderman visited Club of Welming- breaks in 60 tries. I sport Correspondence Solicited. .\
, +.'. season that the profesJ last Sunday with the letter's parents i ton Del.; Highland Gun Club of Edge Of course, each club has its feminine business and professionalmen. l
;.' J None of law and medicine are overs' Mr. and Mrs. Cromartie. I Hill Pa: Meadow Springs Gun Club, scatter gun enthusiasts. Mrs. I It makes MEN.For .
.crowded.-and that there I. no 'oroni Mrs. A. R. Dennis and Mrs. I. P. of :Lansdale.! Pa.; S. S. White Gun Albion Molton appears in the Glen ...", slid eel fntwrite Robert Riedel .
1 'for the great army of young men and Tlaon! were Kissimmee callers Tues Club, of Holmesburg Junction Pa.; Willow squad every match and her I ,,.. ,..JJ-It.
: + ;a women' Who; are turned out from the day.Mr. Glen Willow and Clearview Gun Clubsof score has always been countew CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
i. '< ', schools to practice these professions, and Mrs. R. L. Ivey are spending Philadelphia Pa.: West Chester the high ten. She has averaged among 42 DU PONT POWDER CO.
', w* do not recall hearing any coml the Christmas holidays at their Gun Club of Vest Theater, Pa., and breaks in each (60 targets. There area y.riadd l.o' wn I..1...D.L Wladew aa4 Deer Screens, Repair a
: > plaint that there Is an oversuoply of home. I the Blue flock; Gun Club, of Chester, lot of men who would be proud to ..4! Cabbiet Work. t''Plies.
,- ', good citizens. Good citizenship Is tf Miss Iva Nlswonger is spending Pa. comprise the league-one of the .
..profession and why should it not : the holidays with her parents.- strongest in the country. This league ..: Shop 216; Residence 2X7DarUngt .
t) be dignified by that name T-th.t Is There will be a Christmas entertainment is on its second season. The Chester .B Ave, Near Freight Depei '. '
( '1v never overcrowded: At this moment held in the church Friday clubs were admitted this fall. '
II then is room in the United States for' night. Santa Claus will be there and Each club meets every other club CALOMEL IS MERCURY IT SICKENS t

.. 'a'l.w million more good citizens doing all are invited to attend. once during; the season, and may sendas .1
C. F. THRASHER
4 steady work three hundred and many shooters to the traps ft its
:d.I sixtyfivedays in the year, and the GIVE "SYRUP OF FJGS"TO SHEET METAL WORKER .
-- - - ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE"Dodson's
''compensation I..he highest offered CONSTIPATED CHILD ACTS
,.yfor any service-the satisfaction of Metal RooF. Pat on mud )'
,, doing a task that sorely needs to be Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm Guaranteed :
f 1 done' and the privilege bf serving 'PHONE i4_.K KISSIMMfC.
Jy \K i one's fellows. If the course suggested Tender Little Stomach Liver Liver Tone" Starts Your Uver I He..'. my guarantee-do to any drugstore << FA4... ..
by the National Bureau of Education and Bowels. and get! a 60. cent bottle of Dod _-.r"'f
shall promote this work of train- Look at the tongue, mother! If --- Better Than Calomel and Doesn't fton's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight ,.f <
4 i Ilnl".for good citizenship it will be of and if it doesn't straighten you DR. W. W. CARSON ;
'' ',.far-reaching value. coated your little one's stomach liver I') and make feel tine and
!ra Launches Skiffs Salivate or Make You Sick. right up you
and bowels need at DENTIST
.- 1M But many of our young people are cleansing once. rigorous by morning I want you to go
'barred from the privileges of colleges When peevish cross listless; doesn't back to the store and get your money. Office over Piney Building ,I.;,
and,cannot take advantage of these sleep eat or act naturally or is feverish Dories Built to Listen to. met r Take no more iilckpnni Dodsun's Liver Tone Is destroying the Offlo Hour.: S_11 I_t
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..courses. An admirable agency to sup- nnlivntinff cn, ] x, plement'work) of ; is the soot? stomach, bad breath; has riMintipuU'd. Don't low a da)"'" work I medicine; entirely vegetable therefore it au Administered. for Bstracilun of \y
-young-People'. Branch of the. Wom sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold Order Cnlomel i is mercury or quiclisllver can not salivate or make you sick.I Teeth . :,
.an's Christian, Temperance Union. give a teaspoonful of "California Sy- which causes necrosis; of the bones. guarantee that one .spoonful Dod I'0\.!
c.y Everybranch in a very 'piactical of Figs," and in a few hours all Calomel, when it comes into contact I>On'. Liver Tone will put your sluggish .
,sena*;.:should,.be a' good citizenship rup BOILERS AND TANKS. with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to work and clean your bowels of. T. M. RIVERS M. D. :i\'I"!
;center for the education and-training the fould constipated waste undlgest I it up. This is when you feel that awful : that sour bile and constipated, waste '{.
,r ,dot of the young ,"eople'of.the' coinwnnity ed food and sour bile gently moves out TO ORDER nausea and cramping.! If you are slugBish which i. clogging your system and making PHYSICIAN and SURGEOfc _
In. the .duties and obligations of.'its little bowels without griping;I BUILT and "all knocked out,"' if your' yon feel miserable. I guarantee that Office over Osceola Pharmacy.
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;of citizenship. They should be made liver is torpid' and bowel. oortlpatqd a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will 'Phone Residence 't
P-1* to., realize that the city of which they and you have a .well; playful child .GALVANIZED. or you have headache diulness, eoata} keep your entire amity feeling fine for Office 14$. ; I'
;.'. are a in need of them and again Ask your druggist,tor"a 60-'i .. . tohgue if breath is bad or stomach sour' months. Give it'to your children.-' It I.
J-' J..':+. 'that t rtowe it tho. best nossible ser cent bottle"' "California, Syrup of COPPER AND Just'take a spoonful f>t harmless DodsonV harmless;'doesn't gripe sad they like iUpUasaat CE' '.
'(f' M" vice. .The) should .be listed in a Figs" which contains fall directionsfor Liver Tone on my guarantee. taste.Eugene : F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW '.
(Campaign. of investigation, of the babies ZINC SHEETS N
children of an and for
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t ,of,.their,.community. Th.y should grown-ups. OAK, CYPRESS Collections and Conveyances ., \
C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. L. Barber: Sec'y.lrees. Specialties .

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WHITE, PINE and O. K. KRIDBS W :/. STEED .

.. ALL HARD WOODS KRIBBS &: STEED '. "'i,
'' ....: Blowers' Ground Limestone makes acid soils G.TMt a ATTORNEYS AT LAW '

i j sweet It releases potash "salts ahd imparts FIRE ESCAPES :

t b strength ahd vigor to growing crops and tr *9. Bryan Realty Company Legal business of all kinds given \

; ,r- !Blowers'''limestone. ground unusually fine I A 1 I prompt attention. ''Jfl

v. ( tea ilv mjxep with the soil, Contains no ira-: s a Competent Force of Work Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, Offices II and It state. Flank Bld -. '
Klsslmmee '
puntie-t-an be applied at any tim -is s Hotel Florida. ..',
Opposite Graystone
:. ":*!' ;: Inexpensive.-Write for literature and prices. k, men for Road Work at .

tz .. "' Blowers lime & Phosphate Co. s y All Times.JACKSONVILLE .Pat Johnston a. p. Garret

.* Box K 308 Oe la, Florida JOHNSTON

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.I -,, .- . w+ at+att.*..***.+.* iBiutt! ..rge" promise* 'to..' ba"' i thai. ,moatfashionable Women7-are''outnumbered; '.,two: .to

t one' 'In the colleges throughout, the
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.i. / 1.11' fr. ; Iii China, ao lonc'a" her parents-in-
; Gorgeous 'Q wn 'j | "ii;: '
.j>< *;'i A. Beautiful Frock For A-'aKimmer With Gold public place unless she i. sccom4panied law live the son's. wife ia I I subordinateto KNOWN FOR QUAUTV
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her husband.
i rHr-lWho Cl.brats 1811. I by -them.

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:' ( : Several murdqr cafes will be de It a frying; basket is used, hold It' SEED"BEANS: ,
over the hot fat until the articles atop
Bided by the new female Juries to be dripping. , 'Wa Call make fanicdiata! ,ilia

drawn in Kansas City, Mo. *"""' mental the NEW CROP. 191S
THICK GLOSSY HAIR. ,
CROWN REFUCEE'lOGO

Recently a furnisher& and decoratorWas Lady Juliet Duff Is the finest lady FREE ,FROM DANDRUFF 1 SEED BEANS and oilier I .1" ,

called uPou tG- r1Ucl...'a room that shot in England. Her best record is varieties. .:r

had been redecorated and refurnished. 38 brace of grouse nl one day. Girls! Try it! Hair gets soft, fluffy and
It wan a sitting room to the borne of a beautiful-Get a 25 cent bottle SEED POTATOES. f

trim middle aged woman. Kverytblug t w r
Of Danderine. '
M''s. Agnes Maher is proprietor, SPAULD1NGS :
In the room was neatness perooulned.The general l manner and chauffeur of I If you care-for heavy hair that glistens .1 ;lq x'
furniture wall good, the rugs well .V1 1 I' I NUMEER FOUR ROSE
with beauty and is radiant with
chosen .the draperies and wall paper Washington's first woman's jitney J JI
i EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH
correct. Yet there seemed"to be something line. life; has an incomparable softness and .

wrong about that room. \ Is fluffy and lustrous, try. Danderine. ,I ., n(

The housewife felt It but it took several The only democratic member of the Just one application doubles' the : All Irsdinf varieties of farm; ,li

'/ minutes' puzzling before tbe expert : Civil Service Commission in Coloradois beauty of your hair, besides it immediately i Field, and Garden Seed

realized that what gave to the a owmna, Mrs. Imogene Clark. I dissolves every particle of Write for catalogue and
place Its suggestion of stiffness' so I I dandruff. You can not have nice
List. '.'
closely approaching real discomfort Weekly Price )
The Oregon Public Service' Com- I heavy, healthy hair if you have
was that it totally lacked perquisites. 4yd
( It bad the deadlines of a room that mission has ruled that women should l dandruff. This destructive scurf robs E. A, MARTIN SEED CO.

: Is never actually lived in. It was entirely S iI not be cdmpellel to step higher than the hair of its lustre, its strength and i .,.
lacking In personal touch. There I 15 inches boarding street cars. Its very life, and if not overcome it 20U Kant tiny Street, I

was nothing to bespeak the taste hab- I produces a feverishness and itching of JACKSONVlklK, FLORIDA 'I

its'or character of her who dwelt in It. .A score of Swiss milkmaids. will the scalp; the hair roots famish, ( )

If It bad only had a cushion among be to this attend .
brought to
country loosen and die; then the hair falls out

I the others that looked as though It a herd of 200 goats, whcih will be puton fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of .-..:_ V ,
worked the
might hove been by fingers
1.'I a farm in Delaware, whore Swiss Knowlton's Danderine from drug
of a fiiend-'if there had been a rack I any .
of"magazine or a table with some favorite 1 1v cheese will be made. store and just try It, When you buy_

book open face down upon It- \r :
b If there had been a musical Instrument h1 '
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or a set of .golf sticks In the corner or BREAD !
a bit of sewing or even a bird or a box

of ferns-some spirit might have
11 breathed Into It. II R. S. FLOYD Ask for the BEST :"

01'aa But as It win In spite of tbe fact

PAMICIKBPasbloaed 8TILL. that It was faultlessly as well asj expensively v Dealer In We make it. Every Grocer INn.UO. r

furnished. It was as llf&lemias THE Ol'KHA liOBlbCoral

of beige blue taffeta with a wax lay figure well coifed and K. BAKERY
1111"'t'1\..t cut In | .'tnl'
JIll Groceries Grain and Feed
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standoff panniers over a net foundation Paris gowned smiling a stuck-on smile leuirtlmfr n sitln: I Coumlutlou. Hay,
shaped
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this charming youthful frock ia from behind tbe plate glass of some '
with n ltilloilniH-il" | liixllcc t Ilirmish; E. A. NIEMEYER ;
one of the popular de lKns. The negligible store show wludow.
which gUll ,gold l iiH'iliillions.\ KM! >N t thin Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. Mitchell Street
bodice has a net overdrape wellbeaded Among the extras: that are most desirable -
radiant !:O" 11. 'TIu sUIrl 1 I Is cut thepopular
and a high crush girdle. Silver adjuncts to a sense of comfort
ilaiiM', length l nod two |H'ppti-H' .
slippers and stockings add a modish at the home are a variety of small ta flame et tinHSUJ' _'<.. Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed - --"'-"'-..

finish. bles. Hardly can a room be cheerfully u t+tt0 ooooooooo.oo..t.....
settled without at least one small table

JANUARY PUDDINGS. In it. It may be a little reading tableat FOR THE SCHOOLGIRL M. TILLER. I

the head of the bed or a teakwood I'

Four Rolpl That Aso t4....., Enougho. stand near the window* a card tableor How te tloth. Her For Her Return Real! Estate Agency ;i ;i

Mt the Celd. one to write on. to School After Holiday .. ;. 1
Of all the small tables put on the No matter hilt other ......11OWlell the '" I
Tapioca l'oddlne.-80alL one cupful.f Realty fought and J aoktHousessY ;
in r..t(
market this year noncan equal mother i-allcd uponto
average way May1.umbcr '
pearl tapl.ca overnight la o.. quartofwater. Co.Wholesale d. '
general utility as well as seemlloess practice! Ihertlu one tleimrtnifiit lu nt .
Ia tbe morning pare and G
the combination table tea wagon. which she will fltiil It the truest ccou Taxes paid and Titles venfiad
core six: tart apples or peaches Stew
J slightly and lay In a deep baking The new type has a top tray wlttf a omy to purchase\ with the /greatest and Retail Dealers In for non-residenU..

'/tbem dish Add aagar (and a little lemon good sized drawer beneath It. In the care, choosing tuily malcrlals of the Fire Life and! Accident. ... ;
\ center la a abetf.& : ao that pacers and beat quality |l.r..III.ahh.. sliuthey cuu-
\ Juice. If apples' are used t* the tapioca YELLOW PINE LUMBER surance. /
magazines ordOnuiljp kept on top maybe Dot fall to prove the wisest Investmentin
and fruit. Bake until
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four hurriedly cleared off', and lower the end.'h..r... children are "-011- "tS

itber the tapioca hot ec becomes ooM.. like with. Jelly-or without and eat down Is still another cased In shelf. cerned, so called heap. .. curuients are Shingles and Laths

Sooner or later some enterprising In reality the most,extra: vngout. since "
sugar aad cream. manufacturer'will make such a table they can never withstand. the rough -

milk Chocolate wfW! four 1'ud41as.-Heat.level tablespooafula av quart of of with a drop leaf, at either aide. With handling which needs. must full to HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY[ ''000000+oo t ... o. ...._.., +,

such an adjustment a table of tbU their share, and even though the young
grated chocolate aad three level table- All we ask i.tleta.[ fie are on your estimat
sort could be laden with hot dishes In people should\ quickly outgrow ibeirskirts
apoonfnts of cornstarch dissolved in a tbe kitchen and wheeled into the llf- nothing I la easier than to arrange Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. C.W. GRIFFIN 1
little cold milk, a pinch of salt and ;
toe 1 room. The leaves being set up two or* three tucks which can .
sweeten to taste. When cooked thick I would enlarge it sufficiently for two be let down as occasion requires/ always Phone 21 Kissimmee Ffa. J.1f: .
.gator with vanilla and when sofflciently :
cool pour into a class dish. I or four persons to dine at It colI.fo"bI7't. supposing that there are no still Staple and Fancy1'' : :I vj
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;.,Tb* makeup table la the latest temptation question can descend without alteration.
1 piled on top. ffVj.rrnne to women''who enjoy the use of -'- . .. "
Pudding. On pound stewedpraeeRbite -- - ,, r- 1 e'- GROCERIES!
f One toUet articles,and who ,...UslDgnow" Kor"borne went pinafore dresses' In
of'foui and tons
,... ; eggs the almost prohibitive" price of fine navy serve have many Advantages. ,- ..' \
1 : tbe from
of Drain JuIce ; :
capful sugar
Imported cream., lotions and cosmetics for they can be worn, with different r ... ...,
4. the stones and . "" .f
the remove -t" "
prunes ,-are careful to keep such treasures kinds of blouses, according to the Httite -01'# t b'-I,.,.\ .. .'
chop. Beat the eggs stiff add the The of the world . ...., '. ,
under lock and key. of the temperature std the occasionfor . ..15, iw ft
sugar gradually then stir la tbe chopped eyes .J "" "'"
table Is about as high which the frocks l he reijulred.
The makeup may
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prunes. Hake twenty minutes Of" .. 'J. .
aa an ordinary dressing table but Cotton blouses might he worn by ,
Serve cold with whipped<<'&111 flavored ... .
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measurer only 12 by 14 Inches across schoolgirls of all ages. lu the 11I01'11 Ill//{.

with vanilla. It looks )lIke a box: on legs, and that when weather permits with navy wruedressts are on the man who : %
four cupful of
Rice ruditlng.-Mlx'
realty Is about'what It Is. The-<1 lifts of this description, while In Ask Your Grocer
of rice one-baIt
milk, one-third cupful
up and Is lined with a rulrror. In the the afteruoou something: a little smarter
I cupful of seeded raisins, one-third cup- body of the box are little compartments might be |eruiilt'd, i-ntried out In | ForIBEEK ih
JTul of sugar and one-half teaspoonful I $ j
for the various powders perfumes a delightful new material I whit has
t of salt. It Is necessary to stir occasionally etc., and tbe lid fastens down the appearance of a. soft bright silk

o to prevent rice and raUlna with a fine spring lock. although it Is IIH durable ns I the strongest NEAL'S
the bottom of tbe SAVESpAUSE
from settling to
cotton fabric and can l he washed
dishif raisins are not used some
any number of times without 1 losing
flavoring should be added. THE POPULAR TRICORN.Modish 'Its silken sheen.

-'- Simple tailor made coats and< skirtsIn
Lobster la and Durabl. This Mod.l Suits he C
a N.wb..rll.LobateI' serge cannot Improved' iiH>n
a la Newburg la a famous the Business Girl where outdoor costnines tot achlol-. lghls ,

dish and a very popular one. Melt n With a brown worsted suit and a are coiirerned. and here again Best By Every Ji ,

tablespoonful of butter and stir In a beaver tippet goes this. brown velvetK.S'o1YS blouses of various descriptions can be > for a moment, young man, r. ,Q ,
tablespoonful of flour. When these Ingredients worn.

bubble stir in a cupful of a thought to self. The .--a.._.._.-;-... ;
Cream or rich milk. When this has Cherish Your Illusions.It .t i4

cooked till nlo
lobster meat,previously cut into neat is .. old as she feels. Another world- ;
pieces, and cook till well heated. Add I lywtse saying Informs us that you can will a. few years hence. Joe E. Johnston"TCITY -

salt to taste and a very little cayenne i, always tell a woman's age by the number .
pepper, the beaten yolk of one egg and of Illusions ehe bas Both containa wr :
two tablespoonfuU of sherry. Take-car. 3, great deal 0 / truth and both are i I Look about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes,

that the mixture: does not curdle after IA closely related / The woman who retains ia the world, are the men who started to save early in life. ENGINEER .
the egg baa been added and serve as her Illusions until sbe passes Uie i F

quickly as possible.Children's. >z half century tuark is much younger at They have the respect and confidence of the community. .9 e M

Pr**..*. i heart than the sophisticated, blase 1"0- Surveying andDrafting .
The peasant Influence is very strongv maD of thirty. Then look on the other tide-at the fellows who rpend all tl j An,, .

: In children's dresses The various lac. Ideals, illusions, enthusiasm, all area make -they may hive a toed time for a while, bat treat does Ikt.
Ings, the many kinds of gulmpes and part of youth and belong to that personality reflect 1r
the bolero Jackets verify this state rose'colored period of life. So: I long aswe 1 11t

ment. Braid trimmings novelty; but. retain them we keep our youth
I A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be Ha
tons, pockets and collars are used to but the minute they lea'oIII., whetherwe :
' give a military erect TWDMTK.tricorn are thirty or fifty t we are no longer I nucleus of an honorable, independent career. '

Waist lines of children's dresses are across one aIde of which fly* young. Age cc nies with the logs of I Make your beginning BOW-today. Your

Just as fickle. a. are tbe waist lines of two fur sparrows Simple in .,.Outline our Idealn.. Itywe. only realized how I bank book will pan the way. :
grownups' frocks. High walsted effects becoming to almost any face aDd made quickly we age when we !become lilose

are used mostly in party frocks of good materials. such a bat speaksfor I and bored we would cling to our enthusiasms OIIRSONPIIRMEftt

Normal waist lines and low belted effects itself ) ns we would to youth: Itself.

are reserved for more practical i State Bankof

dresses. : Apply/ With Candied Fruit. ..
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Skirts of children's dresses are given Brown Batty Peel and core eight apples of fine
fulness by means of plaits shirring or Half a cupful of melted butter, on-. flavor and steam In a covered vessel Insurance that Insures; .

a circular'cut.. pint of sifted breadcrumbs, half") .. over hot water until they are quite Kissimmee

The reliable blue Serge dress will ofcoarsa teaspoonful of cinnamon one quarter soft. Then take three ounces of candled i

.t J", be popular for school dresses. sliced apples, half a capful of':.cold cherries, two ounces of candled I Capital stack ?;. li._______________________1100,000.00 Protection that Protects' ; .. #

M Plaid silk pronflaea to be a favorite water naif a capful.J jot sugar. Stir pineapple, chop them and simmer for Reseorea.ve' ...:-,::...______..:;?._________ 400,000.00 "'"
Into Into
material. the batter the breadcrambev ; ,,
,trimming for dresses of this. one hour with a cupful of water and -- ...
Combinations of navy blue and army a. buttered, baking dish pat alayer, of three tablespooofnla ot sugar. Dram Officers.. Director. I .i- .1 .

, 4 t.Woe are very popular and bid and red sliced.apples. sprinkle with the ctnaaX the tnIIt.trom the strap and fill the I ... V--.a ."...-. ). ,)...-.. ..., .. .. :1',
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'are also looked upon with favor. moo and sugar. and continue saW wr cavities: of the apples with It. re C A.. ,, Prat. : .V' : .
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I I I// ;l; ',"ira uwda jap ID -rartaty. of atyiaa for layeroftenunpa; > 'If the apples arc ,It down lfairl7 thick before pone :,KISSIMMEE FLORIDA' ; 1"
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x:., !'- .. .". &. ...t511'V'k"iI '. a........., '\ n.' Jr...KpJjrlarn WOqd t.lJ charter,mar hit mended from time to or' .rw, fi .nd to do and prformaH the value of such provt, labor .! .
.! ? *;*., .' ', mnd each of them t> .'nd' they,* tlni A* provided .br. law now or herearier things needful ..rvtoea$ *halt In .h of fraud
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: +" .Leai . Order ofjIt .......a.o.. are hereby required to appear K>. ihullK .:. enacted. ,* I and 'o1tb.'d.Y.lopm.nt.Impov.m.nt. be conclusive upon stqgtkholderaptI' .
", T-) AtoUVIWM 1"&AI; CQ.N<( RNt. 'ut.'t.!.." all.parties dealing'with th.' Ciripany.
14 appearing. :. b] ,' the sworn"1 Mill'of this .. op or , 1: :: AkrerjntcntsfIuiiIlIpsJ'us'41slIIisII: Complaint' flied In this cause that the of 1.. : shall be ISBuJioooo divided .a..t and insurance .. re brok. Issued -such timeor' , "
; Respondents herelnbelow named are IT IH fUHTHEn bRDERED."ha\ Into Twenty-Fire Hundred Share'of erair)business, .nd to act)a* ... times .and upon .u term' and 'ooa'rdltlon q '
' persona whose residence, e4tigsn.hipI this order one a for, a par value of TOO,00 encii. brok r.. or att. In fact for any aa th* 'JJIreotors. may
i and as.... are unknown to'. the Complainants flllht' cotiancutlve week In Klsslmmee Any pare or I of said capital slack persons j flrtna or corporation"In' buy determine; *and It may be. Increasedfrom .
$ p'COt'RT and that relief Is sought in Valley .Uaiette, a .paper may be payable either In cash or tn flirt sellIng. pledgingand: doalln.r m time to time, 'beyond the amountstated.
.. OF OP COVNTV;HOHinAOVCUOkACOUN 4UUUO.I'ATH the said suit' against; .m.\rm1'D\ 'In said, .county and main.VITNI.HS < jubU.be, property. labor or a.rvl.* at a just realtor personal proporty or Its ao.o.ssories. ., In the manner provided law., o
IT IH THHUKl-'OHH That I' \ my, hand .nd the coal of i valuation to be fixed by-.th. Inoorpora- ArticleVThe "r.
1 V r>ucla Osbornn, and her husband. If aha aald Court this 10th day of November 't-om, or by the director at a meetingealled To carrr on tl. tra4e- .i''r Corporation shall"'have', succession ,
'IIt..t;; ilr. be niariled. and Lucia Osborn and her IBIS for such' purpose; and the Judgment dealers In m..rh..dl.. and by its corporate name perpetuallyand '
!. r. ICrola II. $la hereby "" ...0. to all whom and I....wr..n(.. Tlmpnon. her J. I* OVKK8TRKKT. era iAclfled. In each of the clause of OfT I undertake any bu*l- Is to exist perpetually. ,
( 'It mar concern that on the 10th day husband and M. C. Usborna all .vf February j..1i.DT.ll.\: shall applyto Nun C. Osborne and Milo C. (isivola Count, Florida lora na to the of such property carried on or u "p The business of the Corporationhall .,
the. Juiifm. tiNllt-fl. and Katherlne L.. J.'lvltiKSlonand HOCKBR A MARTIN labor or services shall the absence taken by promoters, Invoatora. flnan b* conducted by a President.VloaPresldent. a.< ,'
: tit aald Court aa Judge of Probate, fur )nr husband. I U she be mtirli'd and, Cotni>.lnlttinl'a I or fraud b \ conclusive upon atockhold- .ciera contractors, merchants comtnlv a Beqretary.and Treasurer ; .
my th'.n: ) dlachar a* Ailmlnlalratorof : Na I Ini n,111 <*. Bryan and N. C Mrynn Moll-\ora. 47-8 ira partita( dealing; with the alon man and agents and tn th* course and a Board of Director consIst.ing .' _
,, estate of Krwln I H Hrldg 0.- mid 1 I 1.IIC'IR M lowtfisend, and Charlca D. IN CO MT CfUJtWTr JUDGE (" .m I Tlitauthorized capital stock of such business accept, endorse of not less than three nor mere
eeaaecI l .0n.I.t ':.rl. "II r.Jou I'IIN% inn ,nil. IH.i. husband' and Mary AMine .., 1..1 Oi KI.OIIIIIA may be\ d and paid for at such acquire, nJo.I\\ or any ne than five member; and the number 0'dlrton
present my ) and hi r husband. If she be mar- .o..A ('OU>"I'I time .." and u"or. auch term or tranaferrable lnatrumnt.i shall b* fixed by lbs .tok. '
a. Administrator of said estate, and ask rid. ami. MIIV A MUore and In.r litattittI : --- I and condition an the Hoard of Dlrec- ot..ll. rltle-i Including debentures holders In the B'.J....* from '. i..
\ for1 their approval . If xli. I... maiilid W J' Mine futalf at Aaron Ke*.lMryi tots ma\ d..I'rmllo. anil It may be InIIIHSII bonds, notes and bill of exchange time The may hold two 1\ ;"
I Dated August {nd. IMS I in.I. \%' 1" tOt.."11' .II",.1 \\' itMiniTi I Moon. 'nN I lit In'rt bv. Ken! to all whom I from thii to beyond then To purchase, acquire, *aalirn. or more offices, except that the President ., "- ,
A. E. DIIOUOHT inil' \\alHin I'M.' .". ami .'hlltl'M 11 If I > C.'n.. tj I'l on the loth( dRY I mount t staled I. the manner provided Ccanafer and dispose ttho..nto and the Treasurer shall not b J
.. SB-1 m 6 mo Administrator ,1'isK Si' li. nml Hi > an. In. ,nlv noilln .. of I..1.1.mil.y. A. 116 I apply blaw. and bonds and other evidence of In- the same peraon
ii I 11,1 I" mid a|11111| ..ii I I" Hi Kill of to tin Jiitttrni.It' T M. ahRI. Jurixa Ar 4't lIlt 1'1.01 I t lot i Illi I t'.t,1 I In UK tl.l 0 il i '1"'M.. IIIII" .f /1 lii I ,''url. as JudKf, of "I'riinate' for I 'ii it I I Bhitjl I have auccea Or ror..l"n. and to issue In exchange be the oflc.r to conduct 0'3'
,. O"'H'1C foil 1111)1! I I'nm?"I if'.i, i Halo1 in nl, I.. r"i Mm,. tn\. llmil 1 illHttiuu*. us AdtnfntHtrntor, of. ..I"" b\' .rlor.llon I i .I tna flu' ptirpntu its stocks bonda. or I of the until the officers, who
diiIh.I .. :Ird il.Its\ nf .1 linniil > \ I I' 1 I'll( ; I'h,. entItle of A iron Kcixhuit d..runs- I J I till S. anil 'IH to i xlsl ierlb.tually.Arlicle other I 1 .h,1 be elected at the first election of ; j jorl..n
The Hoard of 'ountv Commission. TH ..th..I wi.|HIDM ""1.1 Kill ..r. t '...IM,"|.I.ilnlHill I .J ami. thut at "tin t tlmi ] will present BThi To .' f:loon.n work, I..e. rnortafre tft said Company shall b.

of ()..,..*olH Count will.. ...>.l\i. iiIN| | nn I In ilni 111111, ,IN.. if lat li, one mil of amid nsplialt 1'.11.1 I. r... I ...ii.nr.HH. iikiilnxt th'. Kiild liLKpiinil'i '' \.1 of titiltiMlitte.' and auk hi' ii.ndiHlid bn '<"' a vlceI .. .. orea. mineral oil. of Donel.n. : _
4. Wide .laid 3 Ini hi-H Ihlik w ion r.iniplet t.lt'I K tin., I tlnli I 111"i|"i in III I riNlilent, a Sittitnrv: :IJnr: .. all kind., mining and mineral oil I ChRrl.I'at Vlc lr".ldent. ;...
/l <* t tn' ('..unl' tn dn all KlHdtnu" 'r is liTiiru, IIHI'oHI'I( :n unit >ati'.1 A II 1111 anil I H.intcl of l Ii r'i-t . rights. and metalIIferoua land.. and ,Johnston. Secretary
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lilddrrs K 111 din.<,t nil I li.la| to Ih.. <"1"11 li this Old l.-r bi |iulilMh) .1,1i.i. a W . I k A l' nnonnHTT I of ,not I l.ss thnn ttir<' noi more than14s any interest th..r.ln. and to explore urer each, be .Ii_
and of skid three
: ,'' {>f the 1'inirl Klsslninii. ilnililn: for ilKliI' i OIIHI.i.ut"l\ i. Mi4lN In tin. KHnl 1 rn (f I HI A.linl.t-tst.tr .' iiniiilMrB. th> iiiiiiilni' of Directors work. exerct.e, develop the name. and director persons .h..1
Which .bills Kill 1... I'I.II l h...i up til .1(1( mini. I. \'a Hi.\ ('III..."to. a \\.1'1.I pits\ M- -- I to IH tlxid Ti>' t Hto",Uliolilera 'In the 'I. manufacture and transport all a Such directors und officers shall be
I A M. Jnnuul)' Till 1II1Rj 1 )/l'tIli' /,"IoIl"h..111..1 of Kneilil riii ii- MM II I I. 1)11 "'1' -h, \'I'IOM {I I I.% ,IIIUB from time ,, tl. The aamotj.i kind' of ore. metals and mineral and annually on the second Tues '
lull..n product .h..le ,
ii I Ihe 11) nf < nun- t Mtttt itahold) 1 \\'o offlcea.vi..l Ih..r'or.
j i. o\ 1iST1I1T.: KIH..IIII"'r 10r. January of each b..lnnlnc I
l\' r f II... i.i lit I ninl' "' 1 1 Ida. 1 that tin. and the To <'.I"bl.h. .construct operate and year '
/ *i-4t! ___ _ _ _ _,'r"'k Drlinrt mrnt .f .h. lof rl..r. I ". l.nnilOfllif ' | 1..11..1 farm and .til lanhlngle In the year 117 I
\Vl'l'NliS I !l': J1MM>I\III.I .1 I\MI v ,. .. In' iNtini I. same per- tArticle
I /I.: ; : : nl .'. I lurlilnNotrnilirr .h,1 l.t I ml I lit, mill hot In, elec 1 J
\v I'I ItKIN it..b' of Hi, Mali! ('i url .11. aw *' a.
t ( ITA1ION <>!" ''' 1I'1'1'10'oIN ,, ;: 11;:. i "UI uric lightin NT and er plantu. ex- The said Corporation shall J
: mil nj\ 11'inn as i'l.k I thpr.ttf. ,mil tinK. I Jin ." ,IMIT rifimid IK rsons shallI adopt anappropriate
Vl .'nl of h.' Miilil ('in.lilt Conil ill KIsHlnimi I I" lit,. r..I... IN lit 4'imliHt. I hi buslneaaif changes and systems.W tramway. log seal and shall adopt ByLaws 4
.lllI'::;: "C Ol T.'Ic". Till' < 01 M 1 1 I. iiHiiulii I' innt\ l'l..r"l.i. on I NIle l i I In Iti't,ib\ '' |that Itliliinl{ th iiiiipiinx.I until the offlcerfl who roads. dredllnl and dralnRM' plant for the government of Its affairsnot '\'.
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k. 11.1.|i< I tlio 4lh t iln > <.r N<'\ ,'mlii.I .\ I' SI I. i.i- <'f I.ol'in, i I li.rlil i \ho .iiMl vh) .ill I I.. .1. i li'il at the first election nfl and nldo sewer- Inconsistent with Us artlclea of I
.i: "'i( 1':01. \ ( '' ) I!'i II I I14't r, ,''' ."<. 111::1.! til 1.1.i lll/ >.in ,-ftil I:li. <.''T'.r' "II l I'ompiiiiy be Rife tilant. : syiitemn, and manufacture Its laws of the State

. . .1'I I i 'I i S.t.l)). .i i. <.n\'I rusn llT.: ll\. X. itt ?tI9i f.. -U" I4 c.f SI '4. V. I | lli 1 .hal / and d..1 In lumber croastic.and t"ofgladon' I" By-Laws may be ;
, I IC.ao of Al sn l -r M \K ,'1.,1, C''In',nil I'ouit nfoi i said lion :27 'InuliHhlp' :11 S.mil H.," :Hi i '1,111 I I< I l- \\' I'll Prol-iii naval of all kind ..d ... may be pro.
'V'rl'lU-AH. II 1/';' III"<*i .14 tIl!:o..'$'I'IIN & if I \ It IfAtt TT I liiitt.: 'I all ,ill IHHI .' M.iiillin. I li.IH"III.illmilli | i i ; \ MNI t ; i-it.: \l li't' To acquire I purohnpe.. catch. lak. "..d.d Hy-Uaws ;,
Mint ', it. of lull t,f Ion to THiilo, ( I Ir..ld.nl buy, hold. store *>11. Arllele T. .
.. "CminKil fur l'mnlalnnnl' 4f-M 1 iniimut | i ; I I' i ; l S" andI : preserve .1
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? I. piled to this) ( mill I fin' I 1..It. in .ltnlnlalrntlim __ .____n ___ ___ 'I." I'.r. i In /llhl.h, ililm to th \11.11. xport dispoao ;t.pa"nkc ltrlbute! ilnhof The highest amount of Indebtedness
I 1r'I .islititttt i
on tin. ii-liii. if \1" . linil xii 1"\ ,. .uI t . .. f t.i'l|,'rk if .. .. shall all klmln' . to engage or liability to which the Corporation ,
... ili-i il. I 1:111. nf t III" < ' ( II'I' Ol III 'it h of lit
der M MII I.V > an .r'I'r IN liell' I III : "I JI..o""a
i-li. OHM, .' : : : In the nah bulnea ,
'ol at t KlHKlllMIM' I 101 : ;, , .,, ran at any time suplect shall be I
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Count of o1111111. "i:\ isIii: ii lull It. ii mill II n- .
t fill To hut 1 1. sell, '
< buy .
t i if J ' 1 I'II I; equip Thirty Thousand Dollars.Article
I Th...." nn, tin t li f"r. I Imonlali to i'II ni" I IIh ii.ilhiIIIt. IN \ Ml I'UK (hit, I:III.AI < '1 i '1 .1'11'0', km h I J.I"/t 11.1 oll"'r. shall be "Tov n' steamboats op..rl.. .. !
'_ ill mi'l Klni-iilii' Uln.li, .1 l lns 01 "I'1 IN I II \NI I.:111 1"1'1 I..n. H HH \ n KN.H I..I .,iniuilU on .lcl "luisdnyif . .I..m"hl"a. f"I- M.The 1
I: .. liii- \ HP ) motor .
Him. i *" launrht
( 1.1. .I| I .h\ t.a . rinr ,nil '. Ini powerhitala names and residences of thesubscribing
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4 and iriillloiK of xnlil\ ill l '" Ii l t<> hiini I. .I.II.r 1"'llnll"R Hiul other .j
boat and to
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I and appotlr. I.. ft. ,I his >',> 1 on m I.I.liitinr .. !.!;NINSI I. til \\AAI. N'I Oil lit < OM-i I"h'"I,_ if I.I.lion. i I"I ,. t 11!i i .lie ur4<'d In hualm itn. trad.prop ... with the Ineorroratnr. of IOleth.r.. au-
i J\' forf tin I Mlh I itt) % .of .1 t \'. \ I P I. \ N 1 it ....r..r"ll.>n firKanlncd linI I ] 1'ul".I. i \Ttlilr IJ iiml na" anil t.i construct.omm.r.a",,1"I""t. thorlK capital stock subscribed for "k
l 11111. and III ..h! )'.< """'... If nn> th< \ tier .h.. .Ian. of l'l..rlcin. 1"1".1.:. .. .' 'l lll. 111.1 i in |tilt! .ill 1.,, .hlll adopt ani .. I".ton.. . ... d
"l \\ ] I | I.' | do'ka. whllrv. it u"rho h)' inch. are as follows,
'tl.r L.I''H. 10'- 'It- 1.I'r.
'", ha\i to tln> n, intln I I, "r I J" it I 11 ..r. fimitlnlnnnt, I I. 1"11"1111.i I I I | H' itt Mill ,1 ..1..1 u terminal In
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J K Deer '
l Donegan. Park.
) | f t ii.- titlt of af onn..lon"II
u Florida
f' AdmlnlstrnUon snlwise "I slat I.' .th i I MIIIIIMAX. li.lill, II I. h HIM'h liusinitapt. 10 .
I, tho tIn itit- "III i ,111. "RI II II 1..1 I,. ...I Iii II. 41,I..1"0'A...., IIKIIIH if l.iiltottt| Klnrlil fins' tot' ,itu i.MHiKli, i,"I \\ illi. Its R'IlI.f To put linne anand all ot her I>UH!. shorescimrlis

Mary e MOHI'lC! or to 110110' othi., fll n..'........... 4"I4t H"BE1 \ i 1'\\'Ii., .f Ini,, '"of'tpotiitloii and 1hi I \ IIIHB laws IM.*K< H. .ami to do flY and all other 1 ida 6 a1.n.al.<0 Deer Park. Flor C.
r Mil' I i IIIKNI I
t I peraon or piisonsWitness ; . .11.1.1.. "hld.I.. m,In anil. t thin...... and to exercise any Pat I Florida, B .
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ami Ir ns btpto KI..lmr. .
fount Iuluof
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.! the CntlliM tiimimi llfotisiilil thin tin tout Tin i "IIIplnl,1 I liaxlin"I t nil I .il, H 'QiI< I: OF A "'"I.U'AT'D\ Stilt I.I.:"|'. \ lili.il In cold i l\ I,.\\ M lay mul. id) "I t hi, pow t-rH which may ht.ietsii shut, s 0
H\\ '>iti Mil In this ."M". nlliirlni Unit "II';"' r'i i-'t- I IM 011I | Arllrle 7I ry. i'xl"dl..nt or convenient In Hlanalur. of In..rlor.lor.:
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of Dec.mSral A 'It 1141" I tO. "I
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\ iI'IfY. II I 1..11. \is Unit I Ih.ri n r,' I.. inins lu' I 11111 \'I '. 'lln. hluhist aniDUnt ut iritii-lttetltttafl onii t.-< I Ion \% It h ot In addition to the J. II .

lil-fil( ) T M l outltv JtlilKOltDKK .. 11'r. slid' In tI,.. |iiiipirt\, ln\il\d it.'r- I I' 01 llnl,llll\ to win 111 I It.- ,.lorpoiatli'ti'" I I.unint'MR anil iuint'asea lHr.lnb..r"rp ('HARI-FH IHINEOAN
In wh I IM.' 'nmiii lire unknown lo It. N"lk. Innl ;- Kl\.n Hint the un- ', ("n al an\ time "hj"1 Itsilf .. HP, *",'itt"'d w hit'h a natural person or aorporatl PAT JOHNSTON.
mid ,tits lug di'iiiM'"I'd this ortl.'t andolh.rwlK. il.rslKliid wil aliltls| | to lltt-l, Oo"erllo,- h,. 1 o llutiilr.d nnd lift IhousiindI <': I.>n nf this charact may law-
POIt IM'III.K AX10II \ .' "'" 'I.I..I wllh tin. luw nilpartlis .f tin' III. nf l-li.j Ida. I lit' 27th I I \IB ) fnll> tit, and t xerrlae, and to do any State of Florida )
(- I In the proprt lax: of 11..ml..r. A 11 Of IB.. for l'i- 1..1 Article H. I and all of the hunlneNFeri or things before ) ss.
'* THK ('IRf"I"I'T. ('01 HT OK TIIKBVKNTII !' \ h'reitta, tier di: j;: ilnili Th* o- i iI. :!:-TB I'ntinl: I ncnrporii. UK l>s<"FOI.\ The names and n.slili' .nrps of the mtntloned I either I alone or In combination rounlof Osceola >
.11')1' ( IAI. f IHCIHT' OKTHK dori' K lliioth dec Kllpfialit N.I I'ATTI.nMJ( I 'ANt un.Ier tin- ttl: I orporntora. toK"oth TO AI.I. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'
HTATK OK KIOHM, IN Badger. deeeaael. OrIn Joshua llnledeciHsid log. ttrt.ptta'd. charter and articles ; "uh..rrlhln" of shitr H of the au- I In the Intention of the 'Incorporator UK IT KNOWN That before met the
ANn KOH ONt'KOL.A < OIINT1IH or under ..lh..r of them or I In. 01 ...rulol.I a .-..p" of. uhlth baa wlh .t..umh..r ntook subscribed' for that all lor"l object and powers undersigned' officer duly authoriZed
CHANtKHV SITTINUsiaat ttlds'rwi.t.. and all "Rlmlnl an !h..1 11" the office of the R..r"- by enfh. ". ,as foliowc.l. .*** npt "ifl-i. '< '... contained In this under the Laws of the Stale of Florida -
Intirest In said propirty. the taj-y Statt' of the Slat of Florida .. K. KAVFH. rtsldence Klsslm1111 tia,ai'raph .shall except where other to administer .aU. and take ac-
..... K.. Ill..,.. ('._p'.' lands sltuatid In OM..ol. Couiit>'. de I' K 'V 1\'JH I .r. 'la. 1 tIlt ahnna w Is*. .expressed In said paragraph be knowledRmenta, } personally
v....... a..rlhe,1 as follows' I II '. (1 \V re.lol.nceIn Klsslm- DO whip limit,'d or restricted l>y refer. appeared J. K noneican. Charles Don-
4, __ .. 1'1..11. Adsslsils
Ksta<* .f Ir. l>. Tlsidall. EH of NEW ; of NEU : N\V I if r (1XRHFTT rtaldrnce Xlsslmini nn\ other clause of this charter or another wel known and known to me to be
B. J. Kdw. Kr.... oW AHTK'I KS eeai 4. KH of '; WV4 orsw % S IN""HI'OATION AND I 'i 'IR. 100( shares paragraph Individuals di ""rl.e In and who
I- ............. FHHFW _ __ __ 4 i'iioi-f>sr.:i (IAITJH I ', SI ,ATP OF FI-OUII ) t hat the object. and powers namedand subscribed their the foregoing -

.. ; W. of SW'4 I OHCKOIA CATTI COMI'ANY ) : m..lon.. oh.1 be independent Proposed (Oharter and each sev
? It appvarlna by affldavld apprndrdte HFW \ ; NK14 of Sl14 ; om-l'OI; \ (1I7NTT ) tttj't "" R'k".wl.. dged to before me
"I'
I < the Bill of Complaint flied In I he.bo".tat.d NEW o o RWt" ._ 8 The tirtdi. 'mluni.d hen.by aaflorlati, I HF IT KN<>\%'N That before me theiliulerslKni This, charter mabe mended fr"t ( .. executed the "ne'r the purposes -
,4 cause that J. Edw 10g.-I her for the I1 to as ld,*d by law now therein and
NEW of ; of NVt/ : Ih"la..lv. purpniie of 'd Notary Public 111 and for tm. prov exprtssid as their
N" RW" .
L ,. Krau., on. of the Defrridanta thrrelnnamed W U of ( __ 7 tiecomlriK I I Incorporated under Hit I.aws mild County and Stnti. |raorially or h,'rt enactedArticle. free and voluntary net deed
n pp. Rne
I I. a n n-resldent of the Stateof NW V of NWW ____--__ __ -- M I of Florida I I ..ar..d 1 I' V. \\ &vi'fit 1) II WAO- 3. WITNESS my h.n official seal
ft, Florida e1d a resident of Indian: FHNE 9 Arflele I.The NM and <1. P. to me well The amount of the capital stock of at Klsslmmee. ()" County. Florid.
apolis. Indiana, over the a-e of Twi nI of NP% of NEW l4 of naiii of thin ..porporntlon "hRI' known and IAIHITT. to be the this cot poratlon authorised' hereundtrshall on this the 15th day of ".e..mb.r. .
ty-one year, It la therefore orderedt \\ H of NFW of NK W' % of lie "S('IO\ ('.T1IJ < ) 1 I lndlIduals: t In.noR' who subscribedthilr be TEN THOUAN!> ($10.000 (It) D. 111.JOHN
that said non-resident defendant be \\" H of NEW : "H or l FH of prlrnli: I >al I : : ci' of hualn*-BHHllall names- to the ror..olnl: proposedcharlir ilLAltH 'Into One Hundred S CADFU
d."I..d
't and he Is hereby required to appear to N\V % ; VI' of NW% of NV ; . ii-II.rII' t'itv of Klsalinmie, >e- 1, nnd each Share* of M pa of One Hundred Notary 1'ubllc, State of Florida .
1r the Bill of Complain filed %n acid oausion > \t.4 of Eor SWZ of N\V : i i ola Cnuiitf In .the Htate of K; rl ,otO or before Monday. the 3rd day ofJanuary. h".ln..a' .. ahall be conducted JOHNSTON (IARItETT.Attorney.for s
NU V. of RW14 of NW": R 10 I. I a th,' "pr..ed'ITSI'Mi Anv part or all of said stock ma)' be
t.. t- A. n 1014. otherwise the alit'to. N\'4 of N\\' PH % ; Inew 'In the State of FI.rl.t. or \ : mhnn g'atlonsof said bill will b other Statf or C',,ountrliH throuRh r /lahor ..
rvlces
\\ i \V\4 of S\V'4 II I..n. thia 25th day of Novemli or s at a just valuation k.
r;, confessed hy said defendant W. of SV. _---- _ 14 other offirf. Iranch-s. iittitirlia or .r. to be fixed by the tncornorators ..r by The wide Quaker collar still standwell

lit I It I* further ordered that this order N'I; N of SKM : SH% of : 01 h"nl.e. as may be ntceaitary or can."c'nl..nl (Stall S CAIJF.U < ) the <''r..clor. at "..tnl to b*, lalltdl .
I be published once a week for FOUK SI" I with fashionable folk.
In KlsslmmeeValley RW\ _ ___n __ _u 15 Notary of r 'al for purpose; andjaie Judgment of )l '
consecutive weeks the
A putm'
I.The ,
N' NP4 __ _ ___ __ r.I. Mv expires 3519.JIllNitTN .
h
'i Uasette. published 1 general ..
:.p..r of NRW of NE SW of Ihe liualneanor .
:n"St: N. : % ; ----- -- _._
.
la said County of tiualncRHea tie tran.artd by Bald : UAIIITT. -
fi This tnd day of December A. D. of HKWEH N\VW, :"BJ H.-; of-- 18 Company la f. followaTo : tome>' Incorporatora 49-4 tOoOOOOOOOOOOO'O.OO .'OO 'OO'OO"O'O'O"'OO'.O ,
.
.4,1 2211. HvII4 ___ _. .._ SJ"u breed .. . Import export. deal
(ClrGu't J IOVERSTRrTET.: h 1 'In cattle nheep I hor..... and dortneatlc NItPICK OK APPblrATION KOR TAX
NW of hoc.
Court $o.1) Clerk of the Circuit' Court. % NEAE; % of NEi/ : Animal. and of nil M>KH Kt.:IW fITS AKIO
I .JAMES M. JOUNNTON.e P\V14 of NWiRE% oTMWI20 klnda. and to UvIU.t .>KHAI. HTATtlTKn OKTHK .
\ carry on general ha- INSURANCE
W TEW i
.
of
% NE4NW4 and REAL
,- Deputy Clerk. NEW of SEW SVi, of NE "'0..1 Kra lngr and agricultural bualnc STATE OF KIOHIUA.Notlre |
Kr - KRIBB8 *: STEED # % I. hereby given that I). S.JKNKIN8 .
of _____ ESTAf
.i Bolloltor* for Complainant 60-4t HEW : 8E14.of.J.K'4 2 To produce purch...... cell and tie tl purchaser of Certificate -
: NW4 j; NHof NWW of sww.; of the .f.a l No 1162, dated Tth lyXo Let
IEofNWW NEli ( < dairy w us insure Lire Health
of SWW rdn'II" article fro-oda and rnerchan A. U 1113. has filed said Certlftciate r your your ] ; ;

i .tbl. TO qPlBTT TIT1.B ofNWU"of. RWW 8W of SWW_: 8U of SWW dl.. produced prepared or manufactured my office and has made approbation .,

of NW'w""-EU--"of- I from such prmfacta Tax Deed to issue In a cornce with Information in property for *
I- !- CtmiH of tbe *eTes.tsi JmUeal fNWl4NWWofiof'NA ; "KH'ef To carry on the business of wholeaale law Said Certlcat. embraces the rgan
H : Clreejl .1. Slate ef Fiertaad of BWJ4 SW'/ and retail dealer In meat and following .. and .b.ln. In sale and : given.WE..WRITE
---- u meat and to In rt ..
operate OsceolaCounty -
..
Ia .. for Oeee.la Ceewty.IN Vf" produc. eor.n..lon FI.rlda -
E34 ) of l
l : -p 70 yda N of u of 8W
CHANCHRV: hou.
0- --.. '1.. Leader ..* Walter C. Rasa, 'A : NW% ; N'Nif"l of_ I .ok yard and n".tok.I.nlh.r ranches. ; of Section 81, Township 'IS Soul THE KIND or INSURANCE THAT

........ lB eJ.-_ ve..pIaIm.. ': 8W4 .f ; W . to .. .I of food R..n.*' East, run N 70 yd*.. W f PAYS .' ,
O 14 of NW-m wa, SE14 NWI* of and food product, to operate and yd to point ..On reliable ,
sViw of BHJWJ BH of ,.t J, ly Companies in our 11t.cr
saw
._... If .b tanneries, _ld storage ware-
...... 0...... _1 .. .. of t.1nI.O.
... ... SwV KH "W14I BW14 ofNwinc"iwIr malntlf plant canning being assessed In c. .
be ........ .S4 .. 0. na IT I :: :: .
I her HMbao*. It abe bo -....*. ** fertlllB factories and other : Lesesn at the date of '..
.._._ __ and all bulldln*;. needed for the the of said certificate. ,
'I ......_ TUspew* ... I NW4 tlf NW R of I I..ue I
I 4 NWM ; duet of such bUBlneam. certlflcat shall be
Flsssin hey .__.*. sad M. C. O** t. 1r
O > ... .MUo O. Wl of HEt.NW I of 8w I To acquire by purchase or other- deemed according to law tax deed .m Second floor Gtizens Bank
Bern ..* M. C. 0. Bldg. Kissimmee Ha.
,
ii e..._. as>d Mike O. Oera ..* Nv of NE% f S% of"E ; E34 wla*. own. hold bur. veil, eonrey. ex- Issue thereon on the ROth day of ; ; {
% Wt' 8Eof change. leaae mortraic (, dispose of, ary.. A. D. lU.. i
.. V,
., K.tb.r.s' b s 5dt lt Viw be Mrvtoa.V1 ::=: NBt 8W'-----.____ _____ 10 trade and deal In real _tate or other Wltneaa my hand and seal at : tOt.o.s..p,.,...,...,......, .

S.- *", ._... C.: Bvp-.e...,.. 0. ..-p.. ... aW _: NEI4_of II pr..rty. perln..l.or.mixed .1 Immee Florida this Ith day KJ .
--- ----- -- cember. A. D: 11CJ .
..... M. .---. sad CB.r1.s D. ALL,- To survey .ubenr'.. plat. Improve
.7 1..__.. ... HSsb5d. ... Marl A- tN- T,8I'iRAQI BODTH. and develop fo p.rpoe* of sale U OVKRHTREKT
':1 .___ ... ... ........ at ... be NWW or otherwise, and do and perform (IS..n Clerk Circuit Court ,
|&' vssarwl.*. mm* ...... A. -.or* ... ... Bw of : SEWSS all thins needful for -the develop % Oaoeola County, Flotda
S. >.i. biMbM If abe .. snlii. W. O. 0' 'BW NWW: l 8BU ment. Improvement? and manairementof By JAMK8 M. .OHN8T .

,J.. V I __ mm* W. I). Moo*, sad w._ of: SH HER; NEW BWII: the same for reettenee, trade or Cl.ft I Thm Favorite Store of Kuuimmee
\. n. Maeo ..* Tfm4_ D. ._ sad NWV' NEW : of bulne**. I "
I. CS 5I Ors. "'i.t\--!\ NEW of NEiL IO' SH To conduct a. a-eneral real NOTICE OV APPLICATION KOR LHT- '..
;-., vMaatMT latsrs.t: : !. NK & of NKW: NJV 14 surety. and In.ur.n. agency e.t..t. Ticks. PATKNT AND. 1NCOHrOHATIOH. '

'* '..... .IU 4.sr >.. mmmr tmm mmt* 8W> of SEU ; W ____ keraire business, and to act as .g.nt
ill 'B.-d ____.*, If tkear -- .. of 8BW __ 1 broker or attorney In fact
.
,1 ,; mt 'besa b* 4..e.d. .. ether- BEV IN _. I persons, firms or corporation In buy- N >t. ,Is hereby Ilv..n that the un.
r wise I |t .p.oee* a- 17 East. Rn. Ins selling;, pledging and dealIng inrea' detained Xae Governorof
I -1L -.... *f -...-..... West R acre of NW% of or personal property' or Its accessories t* e tar of Florida..on the 19th FURNITURE ? :
"*wWiTJ. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of SEW ; All that part of 8WV da' .f A. D. 1914.SOUTH for L"t'.r. .
Bill Pali- .iporatlnr
1'--apPearln_ from the sworn ofCeesplalnt. SEW South of RaIlroad: RWW To carry on the trade of Reneraldealers COMPANY ILn. j
In this thattbers I \ICAiHK
Bled cause SJ5..C und.r
rTWW of BEW ; BTgW of In morch..I.. and .
interested In the .upple. following proposed and article -
are 'per.on. ALL TOWNSHIP SOUTH. all kinds on tire el.rl. '
..
property In this suit oth.r I ofT of Incorporation, of wltlhhas ;
RANGE J8 KA8T' on and; entertain any business
f and carry becnXlled In the office of the B,'c- '
'than th. known Respondent, thatthe .
., and each of them be and they are hereby In transaction "p..r..ton '
'" of such o Interest"ed und.r..k ri-tary owState of the State of ..
*
name pereon .rld.
required to of : carried on or under
toithe complaint -
appear
( are unknown: to the Complainant; heretofore flIedTn bl by flnan- :n ONEGAN.

.'j 'TJIll and of that Complaint relief U..prayed.aID.t tb.In the said said un- the Monday same the 7th day a rule of F..ru..ry.day cause 188.1 on sion clera.men and promote... agents*, merh.nt...Inve.tor.the, courseof . PAT JOHNSTONARTICLED . - .e -WE HAVE IT ;

b..ln.
:,I "kDn tReapondents' It I. that this order such businessto draw .oept. endorse OF AND
T IS TH REFORBI ORDERED That tNCOR"OR-T'ON
all b* published. once a weak for twelve ..equlre.n* ..n.d any ne- PROPOSED CHARTER
) parties clalmlnr Intereat In and to transferable Instrument ,
otlable or
consecutive week In Klsslmmee Valley -
bs fotlowln*; described real property, debenture, KLORIUIA CATLE COMPANYThe
) Oasette a In and securities. Including .
newspaper
assocKtethemselves
mte In the County of Osceola and said county publ.b..d bond note and* Mil of exchana-e und..rlltned ,

_ .State. of Florida vis.: WITNESS my hand and the seal of To purchaae acquire, hold own. aaIgn together. for under the .urpo.. of '
awsef
", All that part of SectionThirty. said Court at City, this November .1 transfer, and dispose 'of ; becorilnsIncorporated eaaaectioa Hardware ins '
1..ln. wa
Florida. a
< I two and Thlrty-thre. In Township 1 20th. I .tock. bond ..nd other evidences. w'a carry c..plet 1

Twenty-flve South Ran.;. Twentyt (Ct C Seal) J. I* OVERSTREET. ... of ._corporation. do. The name of Article this corporation 1. hall & f . a. a Mtfittiag homes.
Bin Bast lytnc North of BhlnajleCreek Clerk Circuit Ceurt, meatle or foreign and to Issue In ex- 0 I 0 .t
CATTLE COMPANY -
< be SOUTH FLORIDA
ana Bast of th. County Osceola County, Florida. ohanather.*pr Us stocks, bonds or : .
It. office and _
place r
It ; principal :
Road a. It now runa.e ROCKER other obllntlow*. f
to th. Complainant Bill morttraae. of bu.ln. shall be In the City ofKlsalmmee
work leaoe.
appear To acquire own, -
of Complaint herein flld. on or before I"n:F'ieltorL -n.u convey, sell dispose of any Osceola County, In the -,

the .Tth day of February A. D. Ills': flf' THK TUB mine, mineral, ., mineral oils State of Florida and its bualntaa shall :Room Dining
of law. the said Bill (. (OtRT ot be conducted elsewhere the Stateof
'. .la* la due course HVKNTH or all kind m nlnir and mineral B Furt :,
andCountries.
will be taken .. oonfea (.ROV. Florida or In other 8t.t.
f Complaint metalllferon and
rights and
\ '
\I't PLORIOA rw AND laal. offtcss.branches .
; .R 01C through
I 57 .11 any Interest therein, and Par
OUA COC1TTT. IN
'i" A.d It .a'o.rrtlrd.recI; that thl. work exercise, develop the aame, and a .ncle. or otherwise a RomSut ,

Order be published once a week for NAVAL aroRsta COM- to manufacture and transport all kind* mar n.c..r, _n".n'.nt Out
0 .
$ -$
elve eonsecutlre week la the KIst P1'.VI ore, metal and and the '
.' *_. ; .*>- of mln.rl. The of the businessor .
Oatt. w.eklv n..ur ,
a .
} M.smsa Vafley thereof. I.n.r.l. [
product ,
laws of
.4. ta
I ;I .........per. pebll.hed and of .-.rlLl To etaMh. operate and, trn..te by said
,otrenlatTea- Inthe County of .Oooeola t . I conduct . "are and .tll. Company I* a*" Couches.
deal
-
To breed raise. export,
z mat Mtat or' FloroHa. shingle aw mill*. hotel, ur'rt Etc.
'"i&':. WrTNJBSS the >a..... W. THOMAa I ALLISON_ H?. .AU.ORDRR trio JI. and power plant ex- In cattle, eheep. and of domestic all. .

_ Perk '". 'rollor.hl. Court and o. changes and systems, tramway, los animal 1".ok 1
live
rf and the official kind and to carry on
ay name a CI.r road and plant .n.r..1
drln.l.
i'tt aeat of ths said Ctreuit Court oa FOR C01 TRtJCnTvTDKRRVinB and trdtlnt, sewerage .toek erasing and ...loulur.1 bum- fl1itor.I.ta saredf.rhselfIath..tau.r.i ,?

I \ (be 4th daT .1 TI. U.'iI' plant and eyatem, and to manufacture
:MR # IT IB ORDBRBO. That the defend. sell deal .
:< 'I i J. In lumber croa tie To produce purchase and I.IJBg pl* '. koala COM and
ant. herein : Thomas R .nl dea In all product* farm and dairy p ses.
fCt.Ct."*al>, A* CI.rk Circuit ourtJOlINTON n.m.d t..I and of all kind o.c a
Allison. Ande..on. PikeAdalr and all articles.Oft and merchandise (
GARRET C take rIgL
To acquire purchase, "
.te"
Sarah J Stephen W. ,
h41 Jut Counsel for Complainant; 41-llt Aldrl,. S. H. Bullock Francis M. Beebe. buy, hold, store,of pack distribute. ...1. produced from each prepred'prouet..or manufactured : 'j'jjj
export, dispose
: 11' Helen C. Bennett Daniel KlllaBrosiden of aR and .nt f.' To carry on th .. of whole-
.. William H Bennett WllmotA kind. ..ner..I' en..e kale and retail In meat and
d..ler.
,oft 'B i}"0 .itr. TlTLIII Carrlnrton. Charles Dooley Charles In the "" In
L : To build buy. aell. equip "perate meat product, operate con- jj
- H Tow. Arthur E Doneiran EmpireLand meat and to In connection I
"cti.. a;"' ..'Coart far ;b* ....... ....ielal : Company, a corporation orrsnli- ano sailing ".. steam motor ships steam boat, tt.rewlh .. ope..t. ho..... stockyards I TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS \i jji i"ii

; I Clrewlt of *b. ..... ., Wloriea ed under the lawa of New Jersey, Ells and. .1. boata launehe.powerboats to Iv.-.tok ranches also to

f.-.sad fee .Oeela Ceaaty.IMCHJIICBBTf worth Trust Compajiy. a corporationorganised I be used In such business, trader eommeree .. .. kld. of foodAnd food :

'1!: .. .. .'_ EI..orth.under James the laws Forrest.of Iowa.John BR and and navigation operate ; piers and to construct . f..nn.rl.L and cold to storage. warehJTusea* andfAnalntaln Ice N. matter ..a Had af .Eafiae yea kaVe-..Gaa, "

: IDeaer* U:......1'. ... Walter'C. Bass, .Platoon .Olrard Tru.t wharves warehouses and terminals docks In plant cannlns; factories, feritliserfactories Railraad "
/ Y 1.fmmmtm, to.Cosasaoa.'Coaaplalaaata. Company, a corporation organised I under connection with such business and other factories and all .Statioaary Eigiaa-ws Lava asactiy tka Teab jaa .J
t .
the law of Pennsylvania, RichardOoodhart for th. conduct of
- To any and all other businesses dln:4"d need in eraryday
'1 L-.1. oaS.ra.. ... ..* iibe... If akef J. Herbert Green James W. pursue. and to do any and all other such yanr ..r-Wnacu Uue Oilara, e ;
! .. arVIr4. ..4 L...Ia .Ober.. ... Hurls,.. James II Iuoh.y. Jamea P acts and thlng-ao-and to exercise any acquIre by purchase or other aO.af taa qaalUy tkat e. ,
: bee ........ If"" ...t'1 b.;1; _....... Hmrhey. Everett and wife! and all other. M wers which may be wise, own hold buy Bell, convey echanKe. > L prices w I /:

K.4S.rl Tiip.R.. .54 i f = Emma I* Hail George Fred Holme, necessary, expedient or convenient In lease, mortgage dispose of. wprUe yaa. kaa of kaadKaf :} ')'/i
Tiesa. '. be.bsad.. .$ t,,. Clinton L JI.I..y..en"ll. A- Tam.pa I connectionwith. or In addition to the trade and deal In real estate .or otherpr' T .t .. .
.:i ;i, 555. ../"r(..4I.S.rS.-a.4 MI. V. "lrprtol business andbUsina.es hereinbefore -.ertv perona-l or mixedTo hardwaretkat np rtor *& jaa'wffl taaka .. :
t'IO.b.r... .md. (11. (.1. v..... ... orcanlnod under the law specified natural and _surrey ..ubdhlde"Ia Improve, I .4
; 411 Its2wu'Ia. ... ..........t.. ... ... Pat- Johnston, Edward 'V. Jackson, io"t.I. character person may Jaw a _. 1 .__ ._ 0 take ia, comlaf hNOWsJ1azp.diagour, Uf de .:
_ .4........... .,'f abe be. .......;',... fl.oreW1 Klernlff. William lu MoU fully .rel..., and to 'do. -- .-- J ,
; ....,...... Co', Br,.. .... 3W... t J,.,'EneballjohnL: Illicit. H."nlt11- : ami 0-of the businesses or anY Wbtxtovor. You .J._ ,0 1? I -
_ ..r.-...... .... 1.-'., M.: .row.a.ad .a4 ford. Simon ft. Miller ... before mentioned either alone or In ' *' N 0 T 1.\ _, w .f''
I C..sMUlCsV ."I1. To ......bert._..... -Et..r Mack. John.R. Mlnnlck.' J Tak 'i' -Ii'. .-- Il" f , .ijp. . Ft-1 I
.; .mm* Manr.*f.. More sail. J>er' ......*. I IiO : rrlt. Samuel C. ,MeCorrnlok'J : th.t all the Ob.- "e'Old Orov'* aJes "

; if *.....*e ......* > -. ld .AH7A. .. I obert.<3. Olh'.H'nrY Pullen.. ,, H.Pann .. (I ("rban'n'I't"ntdn': . and clause chill ,jTonic is eqoaUy ''ll. u "O !;: Osceola l Hardware' I
).. d ber be.bsitd1f she, be ..,. rArpaonrtP'.rkhurst. ex.cept the \ Company.! :
., . i ., pr"lr.ptal. General .
**:tT1' M.". mad W. IVs Nat,Panl.. Archibald A where ,tn Toi' b1 tal.
\ *.. .W..' H.)" well '
e a I Me". cad Je I Pearson Philip said-paragraph. be ,nowise 1mlt.4 orrestricted to '- - .
.; -.: J.jMi .c..1 )1.J 0...,; I Rodd.y'RoddeFO.Inwsatinent>Citanpanta t>v 'reference .nr "f.r.f pcstNIa "' l* ;_ **trtmtUttt ,,1,0 t '
!
.... 1.0' 'st'r. I. _rprato.or.nl.e *& In tba 5.45 tn. thIs Hill aeswrlhJ. of George T.'ISln thl. or hoi-\ psrserruph In :this -

...m _. .,............'." _.......a.._... .l.tary, ..lra.U. Ilel..rda., . .,'Amelia,f charter,I u'tb.t. the. object and powv -'\1 up UM W-. olt) 67<44tnu' 50 ct, :. . . : .: f '
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I IT4IATQ FACTS" ,,1ST." keeping an account of,ray: work. Walker; seconded""" : bymYounTindall- '1\ lot H'titram, Murph);. '.d.. .. .Juv.. Ct.1 ,1..60. I L1' !t. 'l.'II....."Ct..' c..,oo ta. AQ. .. TTt I'1t;:r.;""":'J-"":: =4' ,

.., : has &rded a groat deal .t pWasure and carried Mr. Bvane was Instructed T. ''Iot'Mllrph'.; .. Ca 'C.3500 I Q..tJ.+: Uhahiderhll4:' rottdeirP.c:w.JU! : '< "rct"- .". ,*' i>iskJiSr: .
for, bat pleasure is not' to assist Mr.. 3vls Ita tb.-plantan. ofeald J.' 111. :Janl t\ld. .. .. 60.0' I. H. .. < '"
no hope
my I'av1. -. - ; t..day with team .. JThe tax oollectprV aet .
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t ..... :GIRL'S:: ESSAYTOCKt all pas ,: for,i an hoping to win'theprUe. ...."*" draw the clerk was Instructed John hips *? ._.. 4..08 ''''o.d 'WdI'1c' .-.. : .'l. __.t" ,. .0 flowed the followlnr .... '
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..* to a warrant for l 6."OoI maintenance ; .I..ra1'II"aa.'I.JJI.n. 's .
VRegardlessfiOt* the: price rJt Mr. fitvahe to *> used 4a J IJ.OW",, ; '
** l w tlecurlbg1euoqseed. ,,10005ol work : 140 . .. ,
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r \, want to repeat. our motto *. To make as't iey'rnlgbt need, -....' *,. K:MeCiailand. malnt/ w.-C '.10.00 I Walt...' At Beeb.road': work ., s 00 ) : yr "' .
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ARC E Mr.)John Davis and Mallett' 1. H.n..rana The tax 'collaetortl v
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appeared Barney Johnson Kiss. WasWit'rep. Co. ,wai ,
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:SPLENDID# : WRITTENBY tho, _Best Better.- .. base __ ; .. taxes collected ft *m H '
... before the board and- stated ...; "---roj.it...evp--4 18." 'Mar LrtimUr'Co.'lumber L i 1'.11 '.''
NELLIE i VIRGINIA BARBER that' there was .. placer In the Miss Ada Low I..',mal..t." ..._.......... '.,00 Waters Cur.on. Qro Co muli:, I There being fro 6rt] 'Ii?" r
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\. grove at the P.. K. that should, be, replanted Mr*.' JUcacr. 'JolI.... ,malnU,, ... E.00 I..J'1.' ._ 141.t< for. the"board they u to.a ,,f. r
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a tI DAUGHTER BARBER :CHURCHES: ,' whereupon Mr. Davis In- Bam Montsdooa. malnt. I II'R ? In regular session 'i&n. a. 1 '
:OF JEFF: LOCAL o.If was ,*, t.OO W. *.CT Qro.' Coo sup, Q.... 148.47 .
: struoted to go- to the Lake Nurscry 1-rank, Uvan, matnt.; ......TIIt 00 !Mrs. ,Julia Baa,, su _. <'.11.It al-- 'E, iLEEI.HI1 0Iaaf."aa.t
,* ;.AND ONE OF THE tPRlZE' WIN.NERS'INcAN1V1NG with Mr. Mai let t and select; such( T.M., Murphy.. Insanity ra*... 1.00 Henry MeKnlsrht, .barbering /or; ". *= OVERI1TltEET1.6-'r
tree, as ' Mr Htcklnanltyvca*. 1.00 n. o. , I., ,!:. .
}, .: ? C UB'COzt."W. :HAVE PRAYER WEEK: Mr.. Q. 'ware. Young 1.IIp.r: 4'before; 'the \t11.1. Wlnn. .;Ipsanltr as *ZZ: I.oe Manhattan--- Hot.j boarding-lur. '.1.0" ._ . ..
TEST.1- J board and .stated that he bad b_n sick John S.'C.d.t. Insanity case _.._. 1.00' "r... fH. term Ct.. ,Ot. i.. 114 It -- -- -- -
.} . for some time. and 'was not able to U H Insrrara, cost In Ins. casa 5... r; ,&. Green. ,wit. pro J.r--,.' 1.00 _
--- } earn his support:,' and asked the boardto J. Drawdy7,, coat Barny Johnson , ?If.HU ln.rsin, feed prisoners. ..r 11.10 ' THE 'c M
'"Tomato* Facts" is the subject of Local churches'''will"bbeervdi'' ;'the' assist him until he was able ,to case ._ _?____ ......._.._ 10.00 Kiss.W sV LiiP.' lights Nov,.:..,",, 11.4O -
work; yhersupon. on motion. made and T. M.. Murphy. Insanity casa .?.__ X.OO ll M. 11.00R. ,4(1{' Purpoii.. Charccal'Slomtie *$ '
'a' splendid essay written by Nellie Week. of prayer;;January 2-9,;as set, carried, the clerk waa Instructed to C' L HyaCc: Insanity case ______ 100 ." K.! Bvanaff'FlD".aBXsntCt.wnii. 11.00 .
R.. !r pin{& Barber daughter of Jeff apart by the F draw a warrant; for 11100. la .favor of H. 8. Oeljrcr. Insanity case .__. 1.00 H. K IGvana, seed for nursery. ..v, ,..LOb. '
arbor, of Union Center. Little Missirberwas I Churches of, Christ,In'Amurica The' Mr.. Young as maintenance. J. J. i Q.R n It tone _.____ 1.00 IA B. Harrrav sun,;,to ',<*/ _!
theme A oommittea from BU Cloud, consisting I* H. : ins' cam ._._ 4.7t Young .. ..,.. .- 3,11
one of the prize winners general of the week or prayer of Mr, H. W. Hillman Ur, F. F. H Austin nW'rr Road Mch. Co., John S. ----t c----- ..",. 10.54 - I .:;l
., the Canning Club. contest and the !will be -Peaco and Unity." Ts a subjects ..' Pope, Mr 'J. W. Squires Mr. William grading mach. blades __.,_ 1..00 John Davis, care fco.:pa per ._ 11:toMr .1
say, she has written indicates that for the various days of the weak Blreher and Mr, 1 1>> Frost came .before W. B. Maklnaon Co., md.e u.- Q. 14.11. *. Sane Clements., malnt.'_ : t 09
'the board-to discuss the bond Issue Klsslmm Valley Osxotta Will Lee _I3 t.06
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.she knows something about tomatoes, will bo as follows for hard surfacing the Dixie l Highway nn. statement A blank. ?_ 11. .BO L>upfer .. : :::::.nOQPiai to
heir culture and the proper, way to Sunday Jan. 2-Sermons on Recon through Oaoaola county, but the Klislmme Valley Oasstte (00 I* R. Firmer ..._..._.__ 10.11 .'
<. .t,' them.) .. ciliation. I. 64:10 natter was deferred until the regular; copies: for Nov, _. 60.00 J. I* Overstreet reed, stock
'an, .. ; Acts' 10:86; Rom. meeting In January 80. Fla. l.J'rf R. R. l.-R Q 1711: repts.. *. atps I mo .-a60.00. ..
The essay was illustrated with 6:11: ; 11 Cor. 61819. .' The board took a recess. until I'p. m. Mrs l.. Jt- Farmer board oonr. It. .00 U H. ;ngram/ Ct Ct. cost Itt 14 .
drawings in colors also Miss Barber's ;' Jan. : The board met at I p. m., all officers Ham Barber road work =.-..__? 1.00 Paid warrants were' ordered. cancel!
handiwork and the whole Monday 8-Peace i InteYna- present as of the morning ....Ion. H M. Rogers. guard ___,____._ 40.00 led from the various fund. as follow: T'L"
makes ti-nal and National.' Iso. 12 Acts,17: OQtimn came Dan Brown 14 to Oenernl Revenue __ ___.__... flllttt
>! a Tory pretty souvenir the. work.. 22-31; Rom. 13; I Tim. 2:1.4: board aand presented a bill fore2516 8. M. Roarers. guard------------S 10.toL Fine Forfeiture .________. .
The article reads as follows: for certain work on the ,, f tJ..I:1 R. Farmer ospt. guards .... 100:00 Road ________ __._____ ______ 110.11 .
One of Tuesday, Jan. 4-Peace through the w'tlch1I..o"ltt O. W Ashton. mvr, road grading 76.00 Special Publicity Fund -_-.__ "o.oo ; "
the Biosl; interesting and ]I Christian Service for Jews and Gen lneuavinbAby settlement L: II: Inarram, coat In: Pad Brett I The treaaurrea report showed the Made of strait*;sheet. metal.wllTnet eraekor .
helpful the gar hrea having and Tindall case .- is.75 following balances. on bald DecemberUenera.1 ........ H will boll the wash,eeek a meal,
den. It u often ulh more interesting tiles, Abroad and .t Homo. For all dl.c of payIng T M Murphy, oost In Padsrett S.t.. 19111; ens' heat roxr Iron*, all en very. little char,,
when worked and Missionary'Societies.. Ps. 6'1' I so. 49) I said bill, passed same. for furtbercon.ld..ratlon. and Tindall case -. I..7 Revenue ______..-.._ 11401.TO ceal:** Ho smoke"no odors ,
managed; 3118 Acts 1:1-8 Maik 5:1-20 616. 1* H. InHrram, cost In I. I. Baker Klne A ForfeitureForfeiture. ___ ,. -_., HOI'1 ftlSO
studied In a dub. ; ; ; Notary bond of J M Huffman with cuss _____--_ It,7B School Fund _________-___-_____ t 10.71Iload PRICE ," ..
One day the county agent came to I" Wednesday, ':ua. S-Unlty in the Arthur. Donegan. and A. W. bustus T. M.Murphy,cost In 1.. I. Baker Kund Oen. -__._*._. ] Fee Vale by all. Vresrreeshfs Dealers r f
visit our school and to tell us of theGirl' Church throughout the World. Ps. as sureties was examined and approved T.M.. -,_ __ ________ EJohnson P Publicity ----_, --___ 11411.00l".I.1 Florida Metal fr 4mctf'Company. ?
'I Murphy cot In Barney I noad ._ .
Fund 4418 t
Canning Club. She explainedto 183; Ism.' 26:3; 67:19!! ; John ITj'-Eph;; wlih also Li P.pistol Peterson bond and of W.C. A.H Million Hatch, case ______ 141 8 n n No 1 .--1::::::: 107 seBo evexortccfi'" AVCNUCIAOKaONVIU.B. .
the nature of the work the 4:1-16; I Cor. 121227. C I., llnndt commissions.mssions __ 6JS 08 8 14.11) 7 FLA. V'4
us requirements as sureties :1' ''dII In the lease of 3: U Overslreet.; : : ::: :::: :::! : catalecve/.
of the club and told of Jan. the stale of :. vs. Barney Johnson 35.00 8 n No 1 : .. _-- 11456* end for our general /
I Thur,4gy 26--Peaco: by Education also I lit. Cloud Tribune, 600 cople otp"p..r. 8 8 O No. 1 __.___ ____ t7140
wa examined and approved n -?
the pleasure, profit and knowledgewe in Schools, Colleges and Uni State vs. Padgett and Tindall, andState November -_--._.___.- BO.00
would derive in doing the work. I versities. Ps. 11 :9.16; Prov. 8:1-26; va. I* I. Haker Sheriff. ford A. H Vnnce Tel. Co toilet. paper _n_ 1400Onoeola 1.
The talk interested much. I 8:22-86 Isa. bill for prisoner was examined and 3.00 .
321617.
me
very ; H. W B Drew Co.. suppliesto OOt. OOO.0009.toOooooooooo..oo..o.oo. ..
decided I would join the club and try I Friday Jan 7-The Family and approved The clerk. and was ordered Instructed paid to examinecertain rountp Judge __uuu_ g.16

to win a prize. The first thing I did l I Youth: Spiritual Training. Deut. 6: old papers that' have been Robert t..x o llfctor KeldeT making: keys_ for 1.75 .

was to start the work of growing the ; .... 84; Ps. 122; Matt. 18:1-4;. stacked for In the the hallway ten. of the and courthouse destroy ;J ft' Rod. wood court hover.. 1.60 t '
plants. I planted the seed, in the 4-91"im. 31417. such a* were past not years rood 8 !,._ uofer, commissions _ 149 8ftOfiriMiln The Business School
seed bed January 21st. The D8 The clerk was Instructed to draw a H'lw Cn., sup ct house;; A.70 :
Saturday Jan. 8-Peace through O".ola Hdw ('0.. culverts 29500 .
located in a fertile spot of warrant for ft 11 Iri favor of Mr. I* RHarjrrave -- -
yellow O"'oJ" Hdw ( 0.. supnn 8770
Brotherhood Reform and Social I .
Sec- for groceries furnished to
sell The seeds were put in rows ; ; Rollli Htory, potatoes to R O.. 4 06 .. '
vice. To health labor conditions Q M Young and to Mr John H Cal I :
promdte Clark Co tobacco to R cl ,_ Jl406 '
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six inches apart and covered for $( *1 for telegram to Clerk Hup Ct
one-half inch deep. The plants soon purity and temperance. Ps. for copy gup Ct. ruling In re game Mrn M l K RlKKans. sup to R O. 11.18 At KissimmeeConsolidates :
II 87 Isa. 38:20-24 Luke warden.
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came up and grew very rapidly. I was 10:26-37: Rom. Several communication were presented '
very careful to keep the soil loose ; 13-14. and read Ln open board and SOUR ACID *
STOMACHS
and the ground moist while the plants Sunday; Jan. 9-Sermonll The same lied with the proceedings of the ;'
were young. Prince of Peace In Victory and Glory. board.Judge T M Murphy presented Vila GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach with the Lakeland *!> ; '

In the meantime the preparationof Ps. 110:1; Isa. 9:6-7; Luke 19-38; report of hunting licenses sold for the

the soil and the making of the hills Eph. 2:14: ;. I Cor. 16:26; I Tim. 6:15; month of October, also report of fees A '
was going on. The ground was plowed Heb. 10:1: -13; Rev, 19:16.: report due the were county ordered Mama ;;'idd"'lthh the Tape's Dlapepsin" digests .$000 I and Plant City 'chain of \, : !;

and harrowed. The rows were I proceeding of the bonrd grains of food, ending all stomach j
marked off about four feet each way. I' The clerk presented the contract between misery in fire minutes
of the the State Prison Board and thebonrd
Hills were then made at the intersections -Proceedings of county commissioners of On- Ic
of the marks. A shovelful ,of ceola county which WAS duly signed Business Colleges:: ,
stable manure was placed in each by the member of the hoard. Time it! In five minutes all stom- :.
County Commissioners It being apparent that there' will be .
hilt a refund coming to Onceolu county at ach distress will No indigestion,
March the fourth I began the workof the close of the lease for prinoiK, go. I I t"r:;'''+ 'f
For P
putting Out the plants. This was the board passer a resolution requestIng heartburn, sourness or belching of the r< .. ''

done of evenings. The plants were Klsslramee. Fla., Dec. S, 'IU. warrant the Slate for amount Comptroller of r,.fund to draw to (>*a- gas, acid, or eructations of undigested 7e: J4J'' i j .. (, ,
carefully) taken from the bed land The board of county comml..lon.r. ceola county, and pay said I amount intothe food dizziness foul '
no bloating Students will be Lakeland
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In and for Oaceola Florida acceptedfor <
Each when setout county met state treatury of the State of FlorIda :< .J" ,
planted out. plant In session on the; above data, to credit of the county of Dnceoln. breath headache.Pape's \
was given a pint of water. Soon ther \.Intr: preaent K. I*. Lesley chairman on lease for prisoners. for 191&, and or I or Plant City, only, until .condltlousfj, ; justify: :.... ., ).
after the planting was done the cultivation R. V. Lanier A. K. Baas Young. ItIT Diapepsin is noted for its '
Tindall. W. F Walker, oommlaalonera.; Upon motion of A. F. Bans. seconded the of the Kissimmee $ ttCI1 ''l
reopening
plowed r :
began. They, were ,John 8. Cadet county attorney and J. by Young/ Tindall and carried the speed in regulating upset"ltomachl.. ; : :
several times to prevent the weeds 'LL. Overatreet. clerk and auditor clerk wa Instructed to advertise for It is the surest quickest stomach rem- ; .
,.':tom g'lowing.n to stir tho soil. The board *a. called. to order by It* blda on one mile of sand-asphalt road I
chairman and the minute of the laatregular i. feet wide and laid S Inches thick edy in the whole world and besides it EFFICIENCY GUARANTEEDAUTHORIZED 1 '
bar-5-'rowing meetingof the board were when flnlehed County to do all grad- ; .
was generally done read and approved and also minute. Infl ; the said mile of be laid Is harmless. Put an end to stomach t
w4, showers to loosen the soil and to prevent of the call meetingof December. the over Libby Hill road trouble forever by 'getting a large I DIPLOMASPOSITIONS ',. ,.
evaporation I used the hoe quite let, 1116. Mr, W. I, bather hteboard '
> Mr. W. and stated that the Tax Commissioners \ fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin.I i\
Ned representative of the
frequently, too. It was not long until would meet In Jacksonville SECURED ,
the tomato vines were so large that and Holt Inafeted Mf IT- Co.,that came the before board the send board during the month' of December and from any drug'sto1 e. You realize inlive '

something had to be done to keep . at the the nee of the arepreeentatlve and that asked he would the like board fo to meet with his actualexpanei them, minutes how needless it is to suf- I '; :

them from falling down. I got slender road,machinery to Inveatlcat le doing work In varlouid that whereupon the pay board agreedto fer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any Reasonable Cost of, Tuition and Boftrd'SCHOLARSHIP .\

then stakes tied up and the put vines.one I in took each event hill, parts- In of position the etate.to purchaae The board at present.nt being warden. Bill pay of his of Mr Oaceola experme M B county Carson was a presented frame- stomach disorder. ttN tne quickest, $ GOOD FOR,' 'ANY'3B1: ANCfiy.

cars not to injure the vines. The declined to acoept the propoaltlan butagreedthat but on account of ruling of Hu- se,feet, and met harmless: stomach .1.101 :, . ,.. .. '
I when Mey ,were .r-4): to ordered .. >::- .. : .
plants grew so rapidly that pruned to' prame samepassed
r buy notify Mr. NeaL touneytAmeetinR doctor in the world. 44
sane of them but the results of the and the county 1 . . . r
f Mr. J W. Miller and U E. Partin attorney wa Instructed to get! .
f. { anpruned were about the same as came before the board and aaked themto opinion as to legality of paying said --. .... . .. . : .
.. the jiruned. allow Mr. B. B. Evan ,400.00 toward bill, ...- -- .. \....;. .......'.; ... ("
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.,. Fortunately, I was not botheredwith by him the In purchase his work of a a car. agricultural to be need .approved The following and ordered bIll. paid were: examined ", 'II Ie P1I\J'" V- P
any insects. But several of the demonstration agent.. of,(CMceola county K L. Lesley, commissioner..,__ f 1.\0 -1 '
"' plants gOt/what'supposed, :was the ,whereupon the board after dle- R V.' Lanier camn A mileage B.00 .. .. .. .. ... : ', ,
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"" ..Ine the motion ofYoung A. V. Bass. come & mileage/ .. : *.00>
'. \ f. .t rot. As soon as I discovered that TlndalL seconded: by A- F. BaM, .., .
mi.. 1100
Young Tindall, comr. ,
a plant looked bad J.pulled it up and I Land carried agreed to buy a Ford car -

,. >lasted another 'in its place. 'I wascareful to and b.the "I.rk the was county Instructed demonetrator to .dver-, A Merry Christmas 'Prosperous: Q j _

'. ';"",,: ., the tfKake! patch.' tqe"'' ';old diseased. plant'.from 'the teas forbids Valley Gazette on car,"for..nd.two Tampa weeks Tri In NATURE ARN'Against .' r i, Qd' P. Q. Q: ;

'i<4' I watched the growth of the plants '10 uthorlcvd un.' the chairman to open of said the bids board on being the ii- : I

.,. very closely. The first bloom I noticed tlnd of December and award the .,. i .
( was OB April 21st The fruit did not rc..t to the lowest and beat bidder, ; ,,\ ; ,

J: set on rapidly until about May the The clerk prevented. and read In open Using C i1omel.The 1' ,""
6th. I: gathered my first ripe tomatoes board a letter from Mr. AJ K. Drought, New4Year' "I!
In which he elated to the board that sickening, nauseating feeling ; ':
fthe 8th. The first pickingwas ; )
Mr. J Wlllaon was about to closea -;, ; )II
tune that follows the usa of calomel is the .
pounds.. The ripe tomatoes certain street In Park Garden e ... ; ,;. .
thick and fast I known ... Oeceola street and asked natural result of ':J' .
began to come ,
everywhere
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them to Inform him what right Mr entire sydtero. Doctors ,
had to gather them every other morn- Wllleon had to close a street that had are agreeing1{ .that the action. of calomel M. 4.;," .' .. e
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I to market of been In for several MrWlllaon
Ing. planned some ue year I'
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v brine present. stated to theboard Is much too strong, and leaves the : "
the tomatoes, but there were so manyon TO ALL OUR PATRONSThe
that he did not care to have any body sick and weakened. :; : ,
the market at the time and f lived trouble about the. road but that h4 LIVhVEK-LAX. is a/wonderful/ substitute .\: / l ..
distance from town so failedto did not consider It road '' a '
quite a a ; its 1: ( f1G Yet:
sell but canned a nice lot. whereupon, the board informed Mr. for calomel, that has allof "
canning Wlllaon that the same matter was I'OOdfuet.\ / and node of its bad ones. 4k'
The was very Interestingfor brought before the board at a former Ft acts but thoDoughly on .
me. I felt it was strictly along meeting and Mr R H bedlam county: soothingly
line of work. But before doing engineer at that time, was Instructedto the liver, cleansing it of bile, and rid-

the my canning I had to have a canning wae Investigate a public road and, which he whether did and It ding the. entire system ot stagnatingpoisons. family Store: z ;! 1 S S1Yt.

apron and a cap. The apron was reported that there wee fio record thatIt
made plain with the letters G. G. C." had ever been declared. *u.h: the UV.VER-LAX U strictly a harmless -
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clerk was then Instructed to write to vegetable compound, and is guaranteed .
embroidered the bib. The materialwas "
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on Mr. Drought to that effect. to elve satisfaction or your ,, /
white lawn, which cost ten cents Mr. B. B. Evans appeared before the
will be returned. Insist the
*was yard.made It something took three yards.like the "DutCR board near future and stated would that need the board shade In tree the 'original money bearing the likeness and on signature Phone 291 On Broadway .1.th.- l Pille/Building) :

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to plant along aide the pUbllo roads, of K K. Grigsby. For' sale ,
.style. it too, had the letters "G. aC. and that Mr.. John Davis superintendent here fiOe and $1.00 at Osceola ,
." embroidered on it. Mamma helped of the poor farm J had agreed te at "

me make them but I did the em- plant a nursery a\ the poor, -/arm. It Pharmacy.a : ... -It...-- ... -A ... "A ... -"It..".-- kIt ....AA ..:. -....-- .. -1\. '-'. ... -.." ...'-'" ... -.... j ye
broidery work. I think I could make .. ,. ''' : .a., ', 01 yy

one alone now. I . .

of-I canning.was now ready I canned to begin some; the at home work :::' O) 0 O .. () < ) () (a) i } : .( ) <}: < > o ,

and from home. When I
sons away 'f
did the canning at home I gatheredmy r ,

t tomatoes, got my utensils togeth- ..
f er,and mad. a fir* in the stove. I '

placed the tomatoes in a pan, poured NEW MONEY FOR'CHRISTMAS

G scalding water over them peeled ;

,/:..i ") .,them pan to and cook.placed I seasoned them into them a stsw4 with- "' To AH Our Friends and> : : :. .

'f .' each .quart of, tomatoes. I th.n got 1--- '
'14 : my' cans ready. I thoroughly wash. Many: people like to (r*. n/w money i :.: >, ;

: '. 'Y:ti a edj each can, tpen scalded cooked them.for When about Jo ,Cnrlstmas The Citizens.Bank, of I Customers ., We ... : .,4 1 ,':r .

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./f' theminutes I put them into the Kisslmmee is prepared to accommodate : .

? cans and put the. sterilized lids and its customers' with crisp bills / ",..
'rubbers oa them. I was careful that 71.7E::
't". a each can WM air tight I the set N a and:gold pieces: : /i" ::1' '".

them in a cool, dark place: . )>i',1'>
"fJ away: t
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'A+y '
..' ': ,Those that I canned away from 'New accounts.. are invited1.SUPERIOR.SERVICE j f ..pi"Jr i i;,' "1
*t4,.i home were canned in.* little different "

- '. ''.<. manner.. The tomatoes were placed f .1ir.. ,...
' a Christmas
cgil
,.' ;p, in a canner and hot water poured over Merry 'and4p
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the -. 'Th.T'were' then removed and .i
. t':peele l/then placed in cans with one \' ., ,

, spoonful of sugar, and one.of, salt to

.t'.. 'eacb can.: (Tb.arge tomatoes were
... .cut.Into' two'parts before. being put 'r ,, Pros emus. Newar 1J f
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? into the: jars.h The cans' r put'.I to' at f ram.' anclput.t-Into..the "t

eanner to let the water evaporate out. l1".'.... ."" .. '''' ... . .
a' :After'the evaporation took ploesj the '' .. ". .. "d / S k tP
f"5V
I' cans were removed and,taken. out,for - *< .ray
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How the Fruit Should be Picked.! on

.guard AI pickers against should fingernail wear acratclies.The to.' sack ropes i dvertisements
HANDLING CITRUS FRUIT IN FIELD clippers should be sharp and to .

properly set or adjusted so as not ,
ORIGIN OF INJURIES HICfHRESU IN DECAYED FRUIT.. to Jeave any ragged fragments in and

Rl t f PROPER CKINGi clipping. The points should 'be dullor is the : ... -. .-. .. ... ... . . ... . "t .
(First I in a series of three articles on Handling and Shipping rounded in order to gu rdagainst main t
E Citrus Fruits in the Gulf States) cutting the skin of the fruit when is DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. ;
bringing the clipper in position to bag ; Tiller.__ _.
sever the fruit from the branch. In/ or wl 1
\ Washington, D. C.-Of the many ers in handling the ladle& or in order to do the work properly, especially to ) FOR SALE OR TRADE-Automobile> ,
hinds of injuries to citrus fruits dur- transferring the fruit to thif picking where the picker must reach any which in good condition. Can be seen at. MI
''lag picking operations, one of the distance for the fruit, the stem should
mf.m 1 i most common as well as most serious bag.Considerable injury 'may also result -I I first be cut long and a second cut be Lupfer &: Prather. Garage. 47tfr. ...
', types is what is known as "clipper from pulling fruit that can not made when the fruit is brought to a to - acres'
M 1 : 'cutting," according to the specialists l he easily reached for clipping or !'position where the picker can'' easily bag ; ; .FOR SALE-BARGAIN-3200 rA
w-, of the Unietd States Department of from shaking the trees so that fruit | see what he is doing. This methodof I fruit fine pasture land at $3,12 per mcr*.
r Agriculture. In severing the fruit fulls to the ground before it is put in clipping removes any and all ex- i C. W. Ward, Kissimmee, Fla. 47tf
j; from the branch, it is said, the skin the packing boxes. Serious losses! and I cure for clipper cutting or leaving of
ry if often cut or punctured with they decay result from injuries made by long stems. JiVhile this double cut VUH.
points of the clippers.. These abra- dropping instead of placing the fruit may take a little longer practice soon there STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send 52btT n ;
? ions in the skin of the fruit harborthe in the picking bag or.basket, or worse i i enables it picker to accomplish as Great I for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1hO.
fungi which cause blue-mold and yet, by shooting it ui; by cutting: or much in this way as in the other, if : and Peach, plum, pear and cherry tree
> scratching the fruit with the Anger I quality of work is given equal consideration I avoid.l at 10 to 16 cents each.John Light- t"
fe Oftentimes rials I by squeezing it against the I with quantity. After the I foot, E. Chattanooga., Tenn. 48-tf
L a lonasharp stem on the fruit and picking ladder while In the picking fruit is properly clipped it should be I {' ; --
While stem does not decay sack, careless in the ''ged STALLION (FRED-For Colt eon
a long cause by emptying or pour- placed picking bag by hand ...
& r, or injury of the fruit to which it ing into the field box, and by sand, not dropped or thrown in as is too vice. Sturdy, strong, intelligent,
U attached, such a stem if sharp and gravel, splinters, protruding nails, frequently I j done.A I gentle, medium size,excellent con
j jagged may injure all the fruit with etc., in the field box. In hauling additional -, heavy canvas bag carried from The refunded if colt.
/ dition. Money no
.which it comes Jn contact in the pack- injury may result from putting -I the shoulder by means of a strap and most
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lag bag, field box, brusher, washing too much fruit into the field box, holding not more than half a field box holds 422 West Oak Street. 49-tf '4:
) .machine drying/ rack, packing bin, from heaping ito that in loadingand is preferable as a picking receptacle.This of
and,, the packed box. Other,sources stacking, the boxes rest on the bag should be partly closed at long, FOR RENT-Rooms, unfurnished,
.are from thorn punctures--caused by I fruit in the box below, and from the the top making it necessary to place and beautiful lake view, delightfulneighborhood 4
+ high winds before the fruit is packed hauling fruit on spring-less wagons the.fruit in the bag by hand and the Patrick t closein N
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-nd from carelessness of the pick- I over rough roads. bottom should be open but folded up of in +
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lot, $350; twenty-five dollars cash
,-, free balance $10.00 month. This "
J> T gravel beats paying rent.per J. M. WlIJ.soa.r. ,

ii: ; Corner Drug Store of able, -

,i" For Trade-Will exchange good'
lure milch cow for good buggy. A. M.
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f! NOW OPEN that pieces FOR SALE-Bungalow, 6 rooms and
bath; large lot. Bargain for quick

.J We beg to announce to the people of Kissimmee and Osceola of on ough.sale. Cape Breeze. A. J. MacDon-61-4tpd

+ ;(t county that we'. are now open and ready to meet their wants in The j>.

k field ; FOR SALE=.Large and small real / .

\\i Drugs, Proprietary Medicines, Supplies of rough dences, well located. Also vacant

sting 1 lots and farm tracts improved;.
't for the Sick Room are ; Cash, or terms. P. O. Box 345. 49-4"
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hens. Merrill M. MUlu.R. '1 r'" :;,
':" Our stock is NEW, FRESH, CLEAN AND NEATLY KEPT. order but F.ing D. I, Kisaimmee. 8tpd. .<..'
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Send/your/' physician's prescription to us. It will be given thecareful age, i ward if returned to Olin D. Sibert, .."
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many years .
''d ,": 'experience.l "' oS' '' :The : LOST-Heavy black oveivwatj .betwen'q"(
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R. W. COBB. Manager used, :! stammered' ?ask me iFbjfhethlnif else."'

.. rence "Something else, Jimjnyt Why!. .t,
with should I do that!" "' ,\

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1" i ( ling Gee'said it was discovered by an Irish':"' ,( ,

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iHTa PER, PERCENT was Columbus, 'an If you'd a .......1 .,
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1 y g>: ', "" ; We,cnn furnish this amount of Potash'at a reasonable price. I per, ItAKK ATTAINMENT,\;.. .., :.-

>: > Write' :us .for full information giving number of tons of fertilizer good cured. / "What makes you think .itlss: TriU,";
: ler has such a musical. edacutlonT"-;.
; t :you use. pe/ year.NITRATE. ". ,''i
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that : correctly the names of all'the- '
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