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 31, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00731
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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V.jl PROGRAMS' RENDERED GENERAL MANAGER'L. D,' JONES ... ARTISTIC PUBLICATION SETTING
..COMMITTEE -WILL MAKE: PRELIM- SPLENDID , .0;.
l, t INARY STATEMENT AIONT1L The first strawberries to be ihlppw BY',ALL SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND: GENERAL SALES MANA-'-' Mra.W.. 'A, McCool' an estimablewoman FORTH ADVANTAGES OF OSCE:; .

.. "' LY MEETING OF CITTMLAWMAK.. out from to Kisaimmee,the northern,this .market-winter1' .with OFKISSIMMEE! CHURCHES AND T,GER,L.,D.. SKELLEY, OF FLORIDA has spent who her for winters the past in twenty KJssimmee years. 'OLA' COUNTY.: RECEIVED FROM a

ERS. NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT. week: This !I. the Information glv PRIVATE OBSERVANCE IS NOT- '.CITRUS EXCHANGE; WILL died i on- Wednesday' her' home liBeaver PRINTERS 1, AND'COMMISSION',, '

)MMEDIATE.-AaION IS EXPECT. en out by S., T. .F.n.ler.pre.lden' of THROUGHOUT CITY GOOD '*;ATTEND MEETING R ON Falls, 'Pa ,The sad news oher ERS, .WILL PLAN. F0"A DISTRI '
the Kiarimmeepod uce rowers,'and ''. deatlbrou&ht to this city in "-.
, if ("', ED BY CITIZENS.: one of the principal -strawberry ,and ORDER.' PREVAILS. f:SATURDAY.... .If a telegram to J. MePhotter.from hereon .BUTION.: ,. *!*.? i
truck,grower of thin Motion. ; L W.'A.I MeCooI;' Jr."News of her
; Mr. Fansler' says that his straw. ILt'REfDRT death brought sorrow'to hundreds of
iEdAL l PLAN READY berries are "four times a* good a. MOOSE HELPlHE POOR "RESULTS, the friends of the.family; In I iKissim WANT. ROAD DISTRICT "
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they were last year, and that he expects mee and Osceola county,'where both "
to- have a big crop Mr. Fans::: 1 f ,'. 'I Mr*. McCool and Mr McCool are held f

'\ CITY ATTORNEY O'BRYAN, ler cold for Christmas some berries, but on says the that local whilehe market PUBLIC CHRISTMAS "TREE.- IS KISSIMMEE CITRUS .GROWERS in Mrs.-high McCool regard., who'' was" sixty. .yearsof PEOPLE.- ,! 'OF 'ST., 'CLOUD ,AND! w

WORKING WITH', COMMITTEE, is picking; a fewdally, he will not PRETTILY DECORATED IN ASSOCIATION MEMBERS CALL. age, suffered a stroke of paralysis THIRD COMMISSIONERS': ,DISC ;

'HAS' A BRIEF.ON have them In sufficiently large quan-' YARD OF THE LODGE HOME ED, TOGETHER FOR SESSIONAT after returning to Beaver' Falls from TRICT: TO .PETITION, BOARD e'
.t PREPARED titles to ship for about a week. CHURCHES ALSO PREPARE PACKING HOUSE HERE KI'l nm.. .last spring. 'She rallied FOR' CREATION OF1 A SRPARATEDlSTRlCI"AND"A -' '
WAKEN BY "BODY IN ORDER Other-berry growers also-, report 'SATURDAY from the stroke,.however, and it wasthought .
MORNING;
good and with BASKETS AND SEND GIFTS 'TO WHEN!: }( ELECT, ;

THE NECESSARY ACTION TO er within crop the next week strawberryryshipments NEEDY; ONES IN CITY AND ':WORK SO FAR AND OUTLOOK much! bad that.she she improved would that recover Mr'Mc; So TION, FOR BONDS TO; BUILD '
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TO MAKE PROPOSITION COM. should begin In- earnest. CONTRIBUTE TO CHARITIES jfOR FUTURE WILL liE DIS Cool came, to Kissimmee ,severe MELBOURNEROAD. ,. OF SAND: I :'
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. PLY ,WITH STATE LAWS AND A much larger amount of berries will' OF THEIR ORGANIZATION CUSSED. weeks.ago and expected her to be ableto :.' '.
: CITY ORDINANCES.; go out of this section this year' All /join him, here. ,before Christmas. '
} u and sixty acre hov< Despite the fond hope. of physiciansand Plans:for' tho; distribution "of the ,;

''-c council been planted In and around' Klasim Christmas and the Christmas holidays General Manager L, D. Jones 'and : the suffered a relapseand 10.000. booklets advertising the odrantages'of .. i
7 When the city moets next mee 1md St. Cloud. have bone generally observed in General Sales Manager L..D. Skelley.of I -Mr...McCool returned to Beaver Osceola,,county' will 'likely
3 }\ Tuesday.evening-for its first monthly I 'That there is good -money in the Kissimmee. There were Christmaseve : ?the ,Florida Citrus Exchange, Willbe ,i Falls about 'week before Christmas. be! :; discussed,,''at\the meeting 'of they;
,..,,. season In 1916, the committoo named 'growing of strawberries is. shown celebrations withChristmas trees in Kissimmee. tomorrow (S.tu..1 Funeral. serviceswill be'held" iJa board t .of county commissioners'.next t3
at.the December meeting to !pro into From the following article on the market .' etc., in all the churches and specialChristmas day) to attend a meeting' of the Falls and the,, burial will;be Monday. :' Th.-bodklets,' which were u
t 1.th.. matter of building a' bulkhead : printed in the Plant City Courier: services bus of the Kissimmee Citrus mem-I Beav.r..a1ld..r. Ohio., , : the .work.of the'Tampa Tribune' com'!
I\rf\ ; ''along-the waterfrontfronting The first three weeks of th -etraw- The holiday season was appropriate' Association to be held at-the packing Mrs.McCool was1'a HfeMong .mem-1 pang, are the ,most artistic ever gotten -
. :TcalUra' a on '.berry shipping season proved wry .' observed in private homo and with: house of the organization beginning her of the Presbyterian:;church an< out by any Florida county aM.the ?
the' lake will make its report. profitable to the few growers who many social funetJOI)". at..tn,o'clock.) Only member of the took'an active: interest in. church of, subject 'and'photographs Can'such
I .: While ..no member ,of this .commit nave been picking berries In time for The Moose lodge added a Unique association will be allowed" to-.tteDd. fairs. Her presence In 'Kissimmee' .a." should attract. eon.id.rable' f.. P
tee has given out any information in the high prices usually paid before : feature to the Christmas'season this ,The meeting win be held to discuss each winter has been a,'pleasure to attention tq this section Of the- state. ; ;
-regard't<> the report to be made, it Is the Christmas season. They hare received year with a public Christmas tree in the results of the work so -far and her many friends and the..thought Already fAr Urge number of 'the
..., stated-upon good authority that tho from fifty to ninety cent a I the yard of the Moose home formerly for the outlook for the remainder of that -she will be missing from the l booklet*. has.d viaed i V plan for the quart net for "heir fruit from the 'irlroadw.y.Hen other; sections of "tlrho
committee the Lesley residence on the season. Plans will also be made winter colony in the future wilt-.be i -
work and..thatCity;: Attorney O'$ryan buyers at the local platform, an average a beautiful live growing tree fot .the. ,reopening" ,of the packing a'Source of sorrow to them alL 4. ..... ore intreeated,i in..#'lorida.byprIYM , r
Tlios prepared a brief of the nocessarv of -seventy-three cent a quart was used. This was artistically dec house at an early date in Jantary. Besides /her husband she leaves two individual,, man)"- being sent out hy
legal steps to be taken and has advised having been paid for all berries. ship- orated and electric lighted. A large eone.; W. A. McCool Jr.-, .of Beaver winter visitors to their friend in the .I ,
' the committee as to ,.hat will oed from Plant City to date.' crowd gathered In' the evening1 ,and SecretaryPren'tls, of tho local, organization Falls,- 'Pa..f,, and Howell McCooL of north .to, show) ''them wbat-kind-ofa'r': ; at
r 'be necessary In order to conform to .The highest prices received by theIrI'Owen' presents were Riven out both to calLto all, has sent out the following Chicago;'and. an' adopted daughter, country they are living ln' The books .' },
members
1t tho law of the stats and the ordinance at i the local platform were Moose lodge members, their friend of the associa'Before Mis JeanAnderson..*, > are provided with'x neat mailhtg'envelope
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, of tho'clty. paid Monday and Tuesday of this and to the needy little ones who came tlO+t e The McCool' family f.;pro, 'f'fnent'19 and-may be ."sent unsealed to I ; i
It also.understood that thetCommittee ( week, when ninety cents per quart The Moose lodge also prepared a the reopening( of the packinghouse the affairs of .Pennsylvania'Mr.vMc' anyplace, 'JD'the- United ''States for, .,. ., i
"s has.a.plan to proposuiander"which ; wa*'paid.for most of the berries com number' of -Christmas baskets with ,.the directors desire to meet Cool owning extensive interests, then three ants., .;.Tbe ValleyiCacette ,. ;
,. the dt,..-would do the work by ing.uvThis: fancy! price wa due to food and frifts for poor families ofthe the'members of' the Association-that: swell as in Osceola county,.FJorido. a number of the booklets.and-will bet _. s
of machinery the'rushof. Christmas orders for this they m.1.l1e Informed as to the work glo.4 to furnish$ them to ., who '
rt the purchase dredging 'city and vicinity. This feature of Mr; McjCool-l Is the inventor of a rum r: \those .
';;; ), :te''bs' operated with electric powers luscioue'iruit, and the scarcity! of the tho Christmas was entirely new and accomplished thus tar'' this season, Mr of steel processes! and has ,wOn* care ,to,send 'them''".out, ,;Clerk J.T.Lv;. +
'from the city plant which is located' berries owing to the season being retarded' provided good cheer for many, families and at Jhe same time may learn what both.fame andwalth''ln' this |tine of Overstreet at" the,, court'house.Jwwt .
:J 1t! ;near the lake. ', through" unfavorable weather that would not have had it otherwise. .: is-the present outlook. aM:thus) be endeavor. His many '.,frle cJ'. here the.booklets also/and,,theymay,; b:? .
: t Altogether It, looks as If thts coin: .conditions in the early fall. ? r better able. to act intelligently and will; joIn.Jn, extending \ .,, hhn!"their secured com'htm., ' 'W'. ;.f: '. ;

.jmittee... which Is composed of Coianclltlten 'Shipments for the.past week,. endIng 'The "churches and Sunday '.eho l.: with,,,profit in the shipment of. .those. condolence... ...... ... ..Lsif ? Rood i Matter'Coming v LTn.1'The t-
W. W. Carson; Roma Thomas,'.J. with last night. totaled '.1,824 also 'looked after 'many -ieedy fam.. crops not already marketed.''... .' fj-- + /JM. 4. ./ knitter of a T "" '
'TV.j Thompson and E. C.*Bryan,'jwill quarts of berries,' for which the growers ilies'IA the wetter, !/,gifts,.'ulf: ocl.Ellett "",Y ru are therefor*,asketf to be pro*. roada'wftf .Mrt'fIp'ty 'J '
F, ?solve*tho. problem'which,, has I been received JL total of SL,M9.20.Doily" !/,'of' th..Sunday .,schools held appropriate i eat at.such"a 'meeting? at the' packing ORLANDO' COUPLE WED ? commissioners ales': .. . .
1f., .. 'forem t' fa.* the minds'of'progressive; shipments -ahd net;-heelpte to' the exercises on Christmas eye.'' house,\,14Ruby: .venoe,-on ,Saturday 1 people together''with.those :of- the;are T,

'.: ,-citizens,. for several yeftrs..The, citi- growers for the days wen as follows: -.1.1'Ir811..tte1lded.: .<;.?t.; morning next, January,1st, at,10 ,o'. In: : lire',third ,county'Commissioners! ,, r +
ioI.f. sent in freneralare now,&lUl*U' ;-to seethe -. -T'i Ut "*"X,; 'Quarts .I.li Price :; .JCBaptUT: Chu.dat'> '*..'r."." '/1 clock sharp. : "*. ' r') r : .:IN AUTO AT "CO/LINE trlct.wiJl'appeal'.brlore' the.board and '
'f'' matter rought. to >a ''eUIIU' and Friday'js: : ;; .;:,.:.... 8Ot\'f; \'; i 40.00 ---.'The Baptists' of the dtyjWitwo: ; The general manaeer.Mr' '1... rD. ,* . .. a.k..for .the creation r 'f 'Want the;dty council to Vet with as Saturday' ,':.._,..x';'..- 320 224.00 Jones; and the general .' manager, : -- '; ," dlnriet.ofthat-section and for':
5 .; Laorraticn 'consistent.with Monday.i.; i.. 464 848.06- Chriltmae'tree., one''at'' th.. Baptistchurch' : Mr.'L;'D. Shelley, representing,- thet'lorida : the holding of a bond election to bondthe' -
'and'the the
; ,"; prop ai of so 'importantan.action. Tndayiii.w; : ; ,928 ,788.00 other'at'\the, Baptist, Citrus Exchange,: will be Proving: old adage'"that'11" love '.district afor:11,000'. ': to'ba1W' a; :nJ;:

j r .. ,:! ' ""? _. > Wednesdayr, ; ....1 S2_ ,*' 19-20 Mission'the..;iin SouthKiseimmee..well'attended: .;, Each I Iof present and furnish :information a* laughs' at 'Iockilmitb.s'wits: an ,Orlando<< sand aij iUt-'road thnmghitifce -..- '
11 { Thursday -i. was I above, and ft 1 that will beableto couple' matched their against the 1" _
.w. I.-"I":' *' noneTotals' hoped yau, trict to M. _ a \

S T. PAUL[,;DUNG, ,MEN ., -The total.shipments___C-;; ,824 for :the"$14l5.2 three< day Thirteen school classes///prepared of the boskets Baptist for Sun the I V.be,.,present. I '!' ' .' and state although marri.,they. law.violated\ on Sun none.7.of.Jaat Its built to.'connect: ,tot!;diID.satW4 : "" :, ,.

needy.families l and also' for the JJap- provisions they had the unique:
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weeks of..the season number 2,401 . J.:,.W.PREN'riS, Secretary.GOLF : experience Dixie '(o'f.: rl, ; l"it
; *berries'' for. which" the tat orphans home 'Arcadia. ? of,being married'In an automobile / ,' ImQwn'wbat' dIIoa'the: '
! kORM NEW DAIRY FIRM.UAVE" grower quarts' of have,been 'paid'thd- net stun Mrs. J.'.M.Johnston' ; pi.ni'of the I s : on a '.public- road.: dtixens- it.of not this section ,,of the Bounty, : .

of.1.784.10.;..VV {. Baptist church, was prelOnted'with-. ( INSTRUCTOR TO: : Dosia The participating parties were'Miss will take"In' regard to Joining uthla'',
.. ; "..It Is expected that th'-'New Year line.electric cooker'by; the" concreP"1 Celia 'Math en and Herbert',Aury road at the canal,between Kissimmoe; 'r
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j i.. "PURCHASED .DR.:: w; w.:: market'demand will result' in a good tiort. Cornetist Smlt with/ of ; > Smith.of.) Oriando. ,.They' came and Bt.; Cloud with a hard-surfaced" .I, f1 +
: tra, Kisiimmee automobile
was presented 'finehayinq to inon '
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for the. but'after the SPENDySEASONHERE and' hard.nfacedroad
TO price growers I II : road in regard to building -
iCARSON'F1ACEIANDPLAN; : set by the'choir. Each child the .
present of-. thell'm.ny
first .of"the when, the berries : escape 'playful' pranks' ,
' CONDUCT MODERN" JJAIRY begin,'coming year in in heavy quantities I was'riven a stocking filled with can- .... ...... :; :. friends to Orlando and went to line! ; 'to' the ,Folk county" .5q ',
f. :dy.' The Baptist Sunday school enter- the home -of the Rev. A."J. > -. ;,. .,
'of''MlnnapoUsMinn JHoIt-pas
,,, . ;AND'pAIRY: PRODUCTS BUS- dan,/ the price usually decline to an -N. KyErhardt, ,
- tainment was in the nature of a "giving"Christmas ." tor of. the Baptist church here. They '
'J 'NESS TO 'SUPPLY KISSIMMEETRADE. average price of front thirty to fortycents a.: professional golfer and Instructor
'insUad of a"recelv- k asked '.the Rev. Holt to 'perform the MANYTEACHERSGOTO '
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'\ '. quart for several weeks.- is now located at theiKls'sinmtee i #
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;;; .'1. ._' IngT one.and each of the children contributed Golf Club for the ..winter sty ceremony,:but upon,, producing ,their
. --- i to the "riving) of whitegifts. son. ,, l license 'Mr. 'Holt-. Informed them '
?a The JClssimmee'Dalry and Produce : TOURISTS'REGISTERWILL For the King. The'program was as Mr. Erhardt Js .n'. experienced that,he'couldnot"act, '" .under>*,n '' Or EDUCATIONAIMEETINC'I.ARGt : if

. i ',' .com pony>,wiU_ to follows.: teacher, of'' the game and already,ho* .ange. county JicensQ, .,- "''.- .. ,
public invthis. section within. a few Song' by the congregation,., "Hark, *. number of pupils engaged in learn I' Because/ .;neither, thar'partle, ticed = '
days..The new, company plans-to con..Juct.'o ''O'E' KEPT :HEREIn 'the Herald Angels Sing." ing the game or perfecting their play. in Osceola county it was.not poesl.; :! ''bELEOATIOX' : bscE.: :: .'
."The: Legend ofCathay" Mrs. EarlLupfer. ,file for.them to secure a license' hen.To'solve "
u modern dairy:and. dairy,pro- lie expects to remain for the entire ,, '
.. OLA COUNTY INSTRUCTORS
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', .- .A reason : .the'problem Jt was planned .. ?
duct.businecs.The and states that he will have a '
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j' company' 1* composed of three order' that ,winter ''v1ettorsmay: .Songv'Silent Night, Holy Night* supply,of' Iubs, balls, etc., on handat *>' take with them ,in the' uto.Dr. t IEADED'BT, iSUPEJUNTENO't ;1,.r,. ".._, .. r
'; "I'Y UnIr":JJ1.n.',"Who' recently 'came ,.to become acquainted ..d.I' that their Quartet,".Miss Mary. <:arllonbMr..and ''all, times, for those ,who t tare,to ,. Holt together with ,.Yr. Kelt7 and :'xlENT"Cv'. ; :.' Eo yOWELU ..ATTENDS"' " ,
. t' ; Mrs,,,P. K,' Weaver, Miss :Mary''' C Jlt bn. who.was 'a'sruost
from St. Paul. Mlnn. They friends may know where to find: them " learn ,this interesting game.VNCLEtVERETT .. .ING TATE _ASSOCIATION 'Iff: : ,

y!", ',.... ,klaB Armstrong Harold SmedsJ:, D' .The W.Arm.com.: It ha been arranged to keep a .register Geiger, a.Prayer. '. by'Rev.A.) ;..Ho3t; . at motors the'.Holt' across home; the 'county,' a* witnesses yline.r-;' aDd; : LLARAS EEo'r:: ; ':,; .:, ,
tourists and,winter'visitors at
of :
; purchased what is known < Mi .,.a'the Dairy Farm on the eastern ley.The Gazette Woman'office.-Club,, Every opposite winter the.Val.visitor >. Song. ' -reached' and ;crossed: Dr'l"Holt'.tepo.ped *Osce.la'. *county's corps ,'pt t teaeiserawas "
' ... $ '
'The .equipment. and'> fourteen o*'' requested the,pastor.:.. ,'" t." ? .' ii 'PRO VESJS1OME FARMERnUncl county! and performed, the ''wed the meeting ,ef the State ..Educational; I
to"call at the clubhouse ancl'repter.
;,r?liOn. of mUch cowa, owned by .A. M. Miss Rogers, who < keeping ,the Song. 'by:.Sunday ichool.elaa1". .; "It .., :,, ding ceremony-.while the. couple sat in Association f which'j Is being'held in, ,
' ;4:, ,' have also been. purchased.' :j. clubhouse every','jl. the Cam Upon .Midnight Clear. ? 'J' .-: the automobile?;: The' "'' returned Tallahassee .The-.Showing. made. b)"
1 have been at work open day during '..Responsive M.th.w.21, to to'i Kissimmee,'< where. the fJ'marriage this-delegation speaks wellfor the.inVterest '
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vj"The is
reading Everett"Basa
youngmen winter will 'l meet ashe
glad
season,) >e> .to ;
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1'2.by d. 6.1' : : and 'the
Several weeks'gettinr the dairy,farm. the visitors and give:them any information /zt ImO"fVIII.t. "the'court;home,' where he papers i were.signed -youngcouple'wenton shown .by the teachers here..ia'}
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:< $'". good ;condit on and ,-will,,soon; be 'Beginners and primary' dieses- presented .. ..their way"happily all,movement for,the ,betterment of!'
she can> Theclubhouse U being Is ( theboss of.the .whole'work a*
kL -Gifts for the, '. . 'r ; ' .
"White King ded.:1' ? .'
,1nAdytor..ctua1'bualn.... -/'kept' open' a* -a 'net room! and .. : custodian, f.the'building-has proven w' . ; r, the'school'systenbi' -j< : 6 C ?-: *
: Vic Th. threeyoung men wbo.ar.ln) 1 : Primaryxlass'sohg"Luther's i : : Cradle :;;..Those,,,:whovcomposd/, party- '
I according to record there were 63T-visitors ; ' himself to be as the slang phrase puts ,
'' >.i* .....tec1. the company-ore. alreadyjyoprilar Hymn. ,, HCla "I}A' - *. .- ' j from O.ceola.-eounty"asfollows r ;
thete-Jast ,:week; the Met wetk.'of \ .'.No/ preiented"WbIt. Glfts it,: )merfanner.1.He *': BAND CONCERT DREW''k.t .
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Lidbetter
R. 4 Evans/Misa'.CUra ,
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the.pl.n. \. brought
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'.P4''4iv ,mAd.... goo4?arn: j jTONYREGEROiWINNER't .' for,' thezKiag.v' ;; .,.; r \ : 5 jsSong : .!this week sample of,.. finea '? .W .N. Harris,:Jules Louise xAllina
tidy by Class No. !\f1'b.re.Cam.. Reichert' .
r( &ooh.... "" ,* of'sweet was ..vel'raToW1i ; JSmith, Miss, .Ltllav .;-
..s H: Annatronrhas.beenara' >, ,d Little CI Ud.lrj'-"ti.'A''Al: ; t 1f'I"f crop potatoes as : CROWD.WEDNESDAI( Mrs. ,FV C..' Tryan.Mies'Clso' Wool
.Y' anywhere The potatoes were .
Toyed foe, the laet'.be' -.* 'anployntenrBpecialist "Class -No. 4 presented f Thlte I ,Gift drldca .Miss Harriet, Wllcox. Mtse"I;I 1'-'
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years . .
and sound and were enough'to. r :. : :* : -.
for the King. \ .. ? '
\ "for the worth"h ', -' -"- < make any man'smack his lips c.' -: ,-' '*"'Theconcert 'givenbythe" ..Klsslmme :: Myrtle: Bobbitt;; Mite :Louise -Thorn-;
- .Padft: 'railroad.and employed W 'fl THE STATE t MEUAI'M Song by claesa"8 and 6; *0, LittleTowh ,They were grownas'a; second fro 'ConcertBand alO" Mf....'O>- a. ..Orerttrest: ,Miss th
Wednesday tevenrjg '
of Bethlehem. ..V J.frbftCasses \.
I the skilled l labor for'tlutoompany. ; ? ',on an *acre'of''grouad'from'rvhicUncle b i In' the. band' stand on ..Broadway Ruth; Ctarlc;'M.lu "Medora' ,Ruji ,
C''he'JWNlooenga ed in' Noa..1141; presented Miss'Emma; .Yft-V-M.. Miss Ethel, Mflis,: ,.
wion,'t4t-,tb : Everett, he dug250 bush- ' & '
R lee .m bldtn"i at n. !1 Jo.,-N. : :.ro/Cv/: : : ' ' .Whiter Gtfta-for-the"'Klng.f: _. '., says drew 'Urare crowd/the-weather conditions Miss Gertrude :Mills :"Miss Fleda'Dooq"; ..
4vans'principal'qfth.'Kissimmee : ; els. i-iHe planted the of .These y
were ide-1.
.. PrefVX.M ,..J"1ed oc..ofgifkof,service, classes same ; being; regular: .. Doolittle Ml... Iva. h :, ,;
'x (, .;'t'( .Ann.tl'Ollg\baa: Q .ens.i' schools sent the following, endIO.t . ground in corn last'' spring and gativred'40'bushels' VodneedajF night concerts wiil'be.on- little M. ,Lottie ? ;.; .:'
private''far ingand-AS -art\; of' he Nl.wonger'Miss'-Emma-Tyson,- MI. n"'r'
telegram to"thej.v.l1ey., Gazette thismornlngrfromvTalhthassec. ; rSongrLonrf*Agx Sri Christmas corn before inuedthrouffuout- winter,'seaspriand "' ,
s .
at ta NewYork: State Ag- Bettye''Pheritto1Mta'Start"PaisLa7' ;;
: r .. "t,1 planted the'potatoes ; : i-be .d ,lutor to '
in"July'
\ ; ff It may fldecl 'at"etwo'.cb.w. '
' 1 \; /''Bmedal. Isa by : v ; rr '. bushelsof : ,.. .. Mn.'D. C.'Wheeler,'' NA. Brantley, _ff,
OcbooLl"Mr "Tony: RI'e1'G'.won' .state'medal t I ... hrtatrnasstgrriy by LI3ry- Tha some rocordi''forty: iR1: '
(Agricultural : :MisiAf. ; "' K:It.Pradeh. and. SnpU.; C.'EL,'YowrfL: "1
; and'260 bushels off sweet .
Tallahassee:la.r Wght. r\ ;.r 1. ; -<'< 'Jf.. ' eottr ; potatoes I The weather eondltiQ!!. thi.:week .
., 1. !JwsgbaUi''f.F"r.' :: ,..IIf.S; ; ...Paul'10/' .,- The Osceola., High School','was1' represented : -;* 8ong,bycllislHo( "J;: v;,
' ./win.b; connected >wlih; ,tie;new'com- in the state declamation-' Filled :wItheeboello"1 : : .t ;. \. within less than nine monfha. 1 y' eCOUNTT i spring-like night* \n contrast' ",to' the vh! ..>; parents Mr. 'and Mr*.; W>, .Ai'J':: ' ,
will drive the dairy-wagon teet'by Mr. ;Regero' aid Miss'Amy :..Son ':by..cb o1,1'Hailw4the..lArdWIIOVODNa. : / I cold waVe 'which'swept the ;entire- a !*d.of-JD. . .'.,--..ncL.r"I., .; 'ic
"panand I ,
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"5re.sed.'M>:>.'*.!.whit waJfortmr' .... '_ ; Makinson medals .bel.1lK, ;swar edtoboth'.boys .:=1 .")'t. :t.f" :;; M : .; '', ( CODNT WILL L. country.. and'which. avcr:-Cast s' mantle J". .,. .- -;w. -'''
loccJ of
school
.The Q j
Florid-'only1.winter
.I and gil'lJI. snow ;
Qnln .
Ice .
: rla
manufacture ,'Prealt1t ,
f ,'s*TlmiCQmpanywill" :has .always made a.fcood swing 'in ;File Christmas., >et- :,thlichurch' : riyal-rColifornla. ; ;:: "*'-0\*\ '

cream -aa1welAa.:. '. ., ...dealinfUdeJryprodwte. ,. .. : ./ ._ '!t. ,these contests held at the Meeting-of .were. -opened with"s.*' song,-by ; CONVENEJANUARY..'
.111' 10
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.. "' T jI'.!sfflARWCY the State Educational' association and S-: :
h ... ",.. member*,of1 thjlry department. I[ ; ; AULTMAN :"QYfiLDHNGE'COUMTYJAIM
.j tb..victoryo&MrrRegero'this year J ;
t rlWl'' In hare' of Miss Lsjsltropv.' to which ,.. t 1'0'' .
; will be asonrei of pHdo) foe the school .. .
'
'following jparttnpotesl;A 41 C j :-,.-v I lTbeeounly'coort: wlthT: M>Mar lnd'atUl'thay'oome: ,
""'! thq townspeopleV V ,. ., r;. v
&nat : Mary Scott; ,.Coletnan.'Lydia7oleman'Madelen .
Mary.;.
.,) '"' ; phy on.the bench.will$ convene for the i
..-' TBAPTIBT.CBUIICR', 'T- *'Fox, Carro4,1I. "- winter, term oa'Janusry'10tb.: ; '.; Tb. . J. .
,1511 school. at 9146 L, m.t N.; C. in % *f- -;:' ,docket A gooeVlist.of cases.both "r'!" .o\\ ". '

1. .r y. t swan; ant+F*.,.,. : ;.t 'q,R.aiytlons'wered.Uvendeat . by Krn- .civil and; cricainal '< "j: *- .: S>. 'B.;, Anltman 4of: .t "cKr- has.
A .oj ., \. *!y, w'IS*; bbi&- *rn/narond/ 'fljjA ,. by ,, Welels. "Roy: qlt ,;:. starnU !vTh. toy-drawn.thi.rweek',fo'theterm ? tn4M ICisdsamee. city. 'propeAt. ..
u see, Flo.-Among the char- .Dr.A..J..Jlott.Jth., t9f,i ReIen'Et. rf;;'cimrt.4 as f olkxwT..- '
by Seeretary ol 8taM. H. subject;:The?Pa..tig"Yes T a.JJoS >&gssB _" .. .Chandler, L- W.. ,Yarrt.'W.'R.. r...., aectIoa. Q feats; : I i'; 4' q'' i
' :, Crawford this week: woa/rim teLaceme subject:;Tearing.;Down'.and, . \ Christmas pageant wol rendered. J.'& Walker Si Lake:;ond aJdat
. Pharmacy ac :Xttlsndo. '- "' group* of boys arid glNsapprgLand 8ii, FEer c W. Battell_ iMo ., : fID miMu* .,H*>"'......'t.o. ..
.nature gsT the haslness. %" sd," att4irdit : ri&te costomes. Ed ar.Belaiul, WD- 8. T. 8. E.: Grdna.:'. '" .With hogs iiadiottjy.swr' .

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' ,. "I 1.\\ .' 't''H i ';" , '.TH ri5SIMMEE' E.I: ,VALLEY: '. GAZETTE ;., w FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, >t9r ,.. .

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.. . ... . .. I $N f O4N 1:J444000000: .06.1: Arthur'Wflon:,-,catcher-of.the,'yni ;o :""I,\;,
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> ..,.(,' . ,;./1 LEAGUE ;: A'GREATSTATE: : .' drew' YEAI 4Tbe'yearis cJ1a'O.FedL and Grover Hartley catch'' !
Intoreited .J
FLORIDA: IS ; : er for the'St. Louis Feds* became ;
d :* .NOTES.. ., ;: I' I" In trap.hootinl''when' they'! 'l?
I, W Have; > : ..... ....o....... ........ saw', Bender. 'Davis Mathewson and 1
. . .. .. By W. A. McRAE Secretary,of' AgrlrpltnreJ .
| v tt4. v .- ... .,. ". .'-, "'' ; : Arairingto m close, dear Crandall crushing the clay band;
:
'M1t :
--i Moved I In Marion 'coun- : I '. , "' '; they have engaged the Berricea of the/ ;

., Dec. 7th. I 1. Florida producei two-flftha-of and transparency of. their water, And little good'twill do for you,and ITo professional to instruct them.shot, They H. W. CadNwalader wintering,.

94 majority the the world' pliocphate, and there i* thaianT\ other .tate."alld ,.also'has a sit land weep'"because/its. recordshows In 111. .r.
to 234. J more phosphate already dlocovored in large"number'of mineral ''spring\ of *> Decatur :r -
wet now! lh Florida than will mined h. the next various medicinal properties. Someday So f little dona.. Nor will we question. -A" 'i '!'
are confined two hut.drod year, at tho present Florida' mineral spring will be. *rt>y" .
Tarpon normal demands. among the most noted In cuI" nation. Wa failed. M many times to'' be and'
: Lesley TampaKey 2. Florida his two-thirds of tho 23. Florida has led for the past doWhat I :1uMTiLthvt!
Mi + Beach. .St. Augus world's known Fuller's tt-rth, and is several year in the number of mile we desired. We'll save 'your \

119 : Fernandina annually mining 76 per cent of that: of railroad/-constructed. tears '
.Broadway your map, and see which is being used by the countriesof 26. Florida,, acocrding to reportof For better things and seek to know :''t.'
are close to '. th world. the state geologist, has one of the How we may better serve in future I. .
the rim of the largest areas of limestone, a large {
years.
3. Florida r' I BEAM ;
was to
producing, up :
part of :which can be easily and profit'ably
tho time of the 60
cent of
panic per
We wish you the state is dry n.val stores in the) United: States: I mined, both for agricultural and Perbaps we've walked too much 'tf'
Tampa and from commercial purposes. ., 'dear heart, II CHANNELS ;
much Florida produces a large per cent of I 26. Florida's increase in popula- And trusted to ourselves from day <-,
1 Happy and -and and \ the yellow pine lumber of the United tion for the past five years from 1910 to day; ANGLESand
it is good dry.
r t ; States, and has large areas of yellow |Ito 1916 will show a greater per cent Our hands. were somehow severed
/ dVy furnished a .' pine timber yet standing that has than will be shown by a majority of from His own < All Shapes. .c
lrosperousN'ew work of the I never been touched by the lumber ,the states for the full ten years from And thus we sometimes stumbled on ,
League and man's axe, or the hack of the naval 1910 to 1920. This will be demon- the way. TRUSSRODS
a Year labored side by : stereo operator. strated to the public: in the census report But with a born of faith and .
purpose .
within .their 6. Florida has the largest body of soon to be given from my office. prayer STAY ,.t
victory. standing cypreHs in the world. Florida will soon lead all of the Close by ]His side we'll take a. firmerstand t
)' get ready to at- 6. Florida has more miles of sea- states in the production of the follow ; BOLTSIRONWORK

i Oliver'sSaitatoriam at Talla- coast than any state in the union. ing: Fish, oysters, hogs and cows; And, clinging closer through the com- : r
first week in Feb 7. Sponges are found in the United in the finished product, sugar. ing -
greatest prohibi- States only on the coast of Florida Of the more than 37,000,000 acres Be his our daily prayer: "Hold Thou of All Kinds.
day are expected and sponge culture is being extensively of land in Florida, with the assistance my hand."
Rev. Sam I engaged in on the Florida of drainage districts, at small cost per II ri ii BOILERPLATE '
William Jennings coast acre, nearly the entire land area can -Luella Knott, Tallahassee Fla. IEJiI "w
I 8.' Florida Chas the greatest area be brought into' a profitable state of
i. Phone 61 at least one dele- of sea-bottom adapted to t'h-g.ro--rth I cultivation. ) ,
t of Florida are of oysters, and these bottoms are be- ORLANDO ROAD IS TO TANKSTEEL
o""', at Tallahassee I lag rapidly developed. More than 6-, m. ::
l arrange to send 000 acres are leased by the state to FORMER KISSIMMEE STRUCTURAL .
-
as possible. private citizens for cultivation during BE COMPLETED SOONThe 'I x I
convention for the year 1914. _
: prohibition. 9. Florida is the second largest GIRL COMPLIMENTED FIRE \ '
MINISTERS SEND OUT
I vote .on statewide state in the growing of citrus fruits, Orlando Reporter-Star says:
California being the largest, but Flor- ESCAPES
.
c "I NEW YEAR'S' and Georgia have her ida excels fruit. the world in the quality of Friends of Mrs. R. A. Wiley, who busy County today Engineer giving the G. R.grade Ramsey for the is HARD ,"

laws against will be remembered hero as Miss concrete curbing on the last half link
lockers, and 10. Florida grows the best cigar I Blanche Lancaster: daughter Mr. of the Kissimmee brick highway just WOODS
tai and soliciting for tobacco of any state in the union and I and Mrs. J. A. Lancaster, will be south of the Orlando cites limits. Material r: .
PASTORS OF LOCAL in person and makes more cigars than any state in pleased to know that she is doing well for the paving of this link is Competent '
Yl. REMEMBER FRIENDS IN the union. Tampa last year made at Leesville. Louisiana where she is now on the ground and the contract- Force of Work. w

.. SECTIONS WITH CARDS Birmingham has nearly 1,000.000 in the cigars a day,. for ev- in charge of the'W.ltern Union Telegraph era wit push it to completion within 1 men for Road :

ING SENTIMENTS IN as "contaln- ery 11.day Florida year.has office.Speaking I a short time. Work of laying the last t9 Work. ''f!
more cattle on the
i that intoxicants of her work the Leesvillo : of the curbing will begin tomorrow
.p
FORM OF VERSE. natural range than any state in the
in which they are Leader : .pi
r says according to present plane
t by the sher- union, and can carry more cattle on .Notice. I i .
found in the the natural range than can be carriedon 1
was The Western Union office has
puton
the _k the the natural Pflee Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Daring present > range of any other her Christmas dress. The decorations _
'
l'' fey Gasotte has prepared for to hold the state, Texas not excluded. This is show the artistic Your dranM will rvhnd mamr U 1'4Z0OIKTNI '
f c ',- J. Halt, pastorf the Baptist the made possible on account of the accomplishments IT l.tt. *. rare ur cmM W ttc ; : t,
throughout of Mrs. R. At Wiley local manager tnaesi..eis..ePna.dI.. HU.!....MBM
/.and .... W: B. Witherspoon in war, is more splendid climate of the state. the office. Her courteous and TN ......pp't-- >... ..... IIOe. :
-i .< tli* Presbyterian church neat intoxicating liqu- 12. Florida has more wealth per disposition has for her ..
pleasant won
.' :-Year's cards, which they are af- capita than any other southern state,
prohibition the admiration and esteem of the bus-
If V: eat their triG cIc lit all it be Texas and
Lt. too many i Germany is more except ranks with less men of Leesville. rand we wishto
r 'MOM of the country. The cords before' on the use many of the best of northern states. extend our appreciation by wishing ,
New ,Y...'. sentiments tn the has drawn 15. Florida has the largest and her and her helper a Christmas .

1.X.eaT&vofee.<<. Holt's 'card .Is aa follow. the anti-treatiag the last with richest an drainage area of 4,000.000 district in acre the world When, ,and a happy New Year.merry :c
by re Busines Men of Leesville. La.
1 Maw Yeara Greet.... to 1. And completely drained this district couldbe I :7:7o

Ring eat the old; !tls dead and ; union is pressing made to support population equalto I Portland Ore. Spokane Wash., and
It* deed are done; Ha nee U ; the state's present population
and national or
prp- )finneapoUlf.Mlnn.. have clubs
I N ?;:: 'It failures let us calmly toll, must Sen: nearly one millionpeople. :, gun
.. .And beneath tta toart go. 14. Florida that stage their weekly trapshootingcompetitions
lay
and produces more kinds
_ * ? Forever.Ring stronger. No wonder of than any' state in the"union.. on Sunday mornings.Every .

I' .In the new; while yet tho Marion county"" in croC' growth is such a* may be I Saturday afternoon find.'Chief" .
u i 1. fresh upon ita moments fow. to 234 I found in the- tropical, semitropicaland
wet dry. Bender the Indian trapshooter '
min it white retain It bright, temperate climates. !O' {
of the{ Bledleman Clubin
_ r'' mote at the traps
And be ita : for the rightForever. 16. Florida leads the entire country -
Camden N..1. On his last visit he
' " ,
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t : in the furnishing of fresh vegetables -
broke 142 out of 160 Two ofBender'
Stint not thy tear for other ; for the winter markets. In the targets.
My Hold ncj,thy smile until ; ENDEAVOR matter of fresh tomatoes, Florida opponents usually ace Direc-
tor of Public Safety Porter and Superintendent o '.
Nor disaprolutments doru to shipped in 1914 6.000 cars, while all
of Police of
.Let love abound; lot joy be' 1'.j. tho balance of the United States Robinson
o- ,:Peaeo. and good will the: world jointly shipped 6,995 cars. Philadelphia. ,
i t" Forever, : our friends, the 16. Florida is the only state in the END STOMACH TROUBLE. ", ,
4R -.4- A.-4., Holt. so kindly aided union in which camphor trees are
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA
the most grown for commercial purposes. rt'v I

aowrtWltherepoon's. card. ""ie ( the state union 17. Florida has provided more .
; lo! year now passing money for public roads in the last Tape'. Dlapepsln" makes'Sick, Sour

&! ; .Meditations. on the Threshold of 1916.- five year than any state,in the union Gamy !Stomach! surely feel flneIn
The eventful 1. ( 13 our cor and I
'd year ,gone.- per capita, more money ia now in
; The festival, is ove...*'*-/ '.'J /'., thriving, Presby hand for road development',. in. the : fire minutes-., i
o' ,, Now glancea: moment. : : ;; West.Florida various counties than' '.was 'fever in If what yen Just ata.is souring on EVER GR0wE.

L ; { CarefuUy review tho past. hand at any one time in the. history your stomach or. lies like a lump of t
three weeks' trip
'Note mistakes and failures.Make of the state.
.I>. observation wisely. towns includ- 18. Florida has the finest climate lead refusing to digest, or you belch

f You're-facing a kind future. Tampa, whore and a more nearly tropical climate gas and eructate sour, ,undigestedfood f
t \Set footon firm foundation. in the stata than any other state. or have a feeling of dizziness NEEDJ1WJ! Roy

,& r Gird your loins with grace seven state dis. 19. Florida has the largest and heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad tastein
-
this
truth. year were finest hotels.
: Fear no enemy but sin. for oouthwest- 20. Florida has a greater artesian mouth and stomach-headache, you r.

.,,, e ,Resist the devil bravely. central and east water area than any other state, thus I can get blessed relief in five minutes.:
< Choose congenial companions. I An "Over ur.dny" making possible the greatest area to'' Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby The Lime '
,t'' Y,Walk steadily in the lightt.Run workers, near Kis- be benefited by irrigation, when same getting a large fifty-cent case ofPape's Industry
the race in Divine ot! five; districts: is desired.
; Unusual interest is being manifested in the Lime Industry, and
r, :;/' Fight your battles in God's amonosplendid 21. Florida has fewer failures in Diapepsin from any drug store. well may it demand the attention of the Florida Grower. The demand a
<- Loiter not in pleasant ways. is very pleasant. crop production than any other state. You realize in five minutes how needless for this fruit 'its value in the market, its increasing popularity -
i r4 Redeem the time in service. ( long days :aid up A partial failure in one section is it is to suffer from indigestion, and the hardiness of the trees with abundant'productivo proclivities -
Spend your day. in deeds of hip joint trouble. usually balanced by a large production dyspepsia or any stomach disorder argues well for' a generous portion of your land to be devoted
; Rest serenely in the night. state secretary in another section. to ita
y 1t Travel on the King' highway. of all new societies 22. Florida has more beautiful It's the! quickest, surest stomach culture.THE
J Let all turns be to the right. I changes' in of- springs, noted for their size, depth doctor in the world. It's wonderful.tut SELECTION OF LIME TREES
'Hitch your wagon to a star. always at Johns- the same care should be exercised as in any other Citrus! trees. Our-

h o Lay hold on the weak and lift. , Lime Trees,_ l like. our. other nursery! !stock, : ,. is scientifically)) budded ,,'
'. .By all means forever climb. the s')Irit of : with selected budwood from pedigreed bearing trees, producing the 'a
v The Master stands beckoning society? M C. Bryan Pres. A. ". Bryan VIc<;Pre*. J. L. Barber>> SecVlree maximum degree of efficiency in root development' healthy vigorous -' ;
4 Stop not short of Him your &' workers of growth thus producing.stock that will develop rapidly and bear '
i 4'i, .Then the race will gladly end. State Treasurer prolifically. '
;; Peace will be your forever I. president, gave
F v In the Celestial City to poor families Our Nurseries r Yare
i t ;-,-iWlth all toe children of God. holiday festivities. + _
Your cordially. their own Christ located in the Winter Haven section at Eaa'ieLake !
1 / ,W, B. better for such un- and Lake Wales than which there I.i no better ,.
Citrus in the world. s.
t '. others T country'
Endeavorer This year s tree are practically all budded pn
;5 ":MAYOR'S COURT bundled dollars.pent Bryan Realty Company three-year-old seedlings, with exceptionally well ',,
making beautiful developed root growth, resulting in our stock being
'
Halt They have materially,. better than the average nursery stock
>:'.: MONDAY prorresarr! *. tode- Offices en Broadway, Kbsfcronee, offered.
The bud wood used t '
q ::! district. Mrs. C. Opposite Gray-stone HotelOreageGrevt was selected from tree ;
that have proven their superiority in bothquantity
t wrk : aqd quality true to variety:
:
x?-Mayor Vfay was district: gave \ :
r .Mao* on Monday morning.. donatloa to the DIVERSITY: OF ROOT STOCK FOR SELECTION ;
E, round-up of law violators was We would Ilk..to Wean furnish .tree budded on.. '.
,+ .of 'than, usual as result of .. which made lemon/sour orange or grapefruit stock. If pOD'are i
_c .Christmas.'. Marshal l Oventreet effort in De . undecided'a* to'which would'be'heattor your land
.... .Niirht.; Policeman Coleman *", Tiasecr 1ea., We Pay Taxe i for' Hears advise us as to the quality of soil, drainage, etc. and
'"'' the> .following1.. offender* before Presbyterian work- Cattle KaacfceeCky. .. c......,.. sad : Meat and Act OWBMT we will advise

Honor and the fines meted out gave "Secretary rYeeerty: Atfer Reatal Pr*.*rty. you.VARIETIES r' '

i -' as follow-: Mll- Ulnx Water I We bad only from proven standard-Varieties, .
l i:: 'J. F Klrkland carrying. It i* gold the beat that can be grown. The following ore our i' ?
.. weapons,' bed '11. just right and varieties and the one we would advises Jj,

4 'OJ *.Lee>' Minter, drunk and needed for every. ... ......... .. . ........... ...... ....i..... ......... . ORANGES LIMES GRAPEFRUIT
fined ,6.": '.... : 1? '
: _
Townsend E. B. .4. .I'1'; _> P
Pineapple March Seedless .,,
: Earl Miller, ,drunk and t- The Tahiti and
.- fined '6.'>" hi and about R; Lue Gim Gong, P.mambuceo.
t t.e' '\ 'Bill Young. 'drunk and when there lent at RADIAL mQ; CBILLw1D ; : Tard.11r Mexican bud.led Excelsior, late \
Hall's Silver r'yaenclaLate
ChutM'
fined $<. > tournament .t"". : .
Chris William drunk and :::L'.t: :. ldads nif' ; ",r." ;} '" Water *\ '
;- ; club Il rNl 'II
; '".. Iy.- ; ? .- ..1, \ I .,p3 1.... ,...... I : MISCELLANEOUS. CITRUS FRUITS "t '

: >? fa rOd1iit drunk and t.o ;;;;; of Chicago, METAL. WORK *' : .. Daney.Tangerine Knmquats if* :
_., : : ? : if trapshooting cham- SHEET ., { Orange, Pink *
v \ .fKlnC Sbadd.ock.: : !
JohnnI'Po : ; ;: :
'drnnk and dI i of children :c... j. ., j -. ,' i.' { > '
two
,, ; nurseiy ha been
-f.J'i -Oa inspected'and
; 1'1'bAVvl
I .. t. sack tanks for resLacea rueUni ,boat'aidvestilaton : . h ? ;, passed by'the.StatePlanti
' -J. if' "! ned '7. boost fop ,woman' ..water :.tsjakt.fer .. : ; '' ",' <> < J ,*f,, *" e. - ;
!' 1 "\'" 5r Ou Ir+rlndtaak. ,sid ; yjthat wom- 'tatobila' aiokstacki; 'iabd: \ '. ..- > "
; lath {la'c..aecilo': wit* ;OURGUARANTEE .
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'' -'k 1'flned SI1.60.' ;f't" .. home. Mr..Almert .cv f- ,"
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' ': fort a *por ,allur- : 'trueto: ,theum8.IIIlC1,1f trees are .according instructions"

Jt''J'>', rarne n 'r'- .((1 Ruing. SUNS ;i in: Cowfttry t ;.a x;Sp daltys. ( ,given in oar catalog we will guarantee every,tree. "to croWi or re*r.
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Other* ar* .eontemplatinV. t W''"MUM ert.."and Frankie 1 ocae.,'Frauds and : ran : '' -1 ;' ,Tree*:. ..<

eve' ,- . rMr. 'KraDcI1In. Rouse, Y.. ,," '
: Patrick'Devise,' from 'Wyom: Theodoreamend Mr. ..Rowland.' Many ; .... .. .
,Sfc'merit tag, baa located hen and will shortly present* were received. Santa didn't : ; .know;,..t* INN*..
begin developing. his land preparatory. forget ...,...ne and the tree waa beautifully "'*: '

: to .. enjoyable amll herev! decorated with tinsel and" popcorn ' f /...... ''feel' ''''':;r.
,. IW .\ I' An Chrtstmaa ant italnmeat and holly berries (0 ,
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NKWS> .. ;AND'" NOTES, 1&F' THB.. "WONDER' CIT><""F'ROMOUR.'. . 1"OWN. wag given by tn* Sunday achool Melt' Bryant' is back on t section. cleaned_ ,".'"(.*.", ,.f",, ",:
I In, the ,school .house on Christmas again, after a long.;illness .He'ia $ .
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.,r'aaSPECIAL' .CORRESPONDENT1. E...- ,The program a'rendered.waa: a1 lowly recovering - . '. '
el .. .. Solo, 0 Holy Night, by Mr. Morrey. '- M 's.'Rolley Gnffia and children are < Mt a'IIii.ti tlsM. if:' \.".
4 ,.( 'Hymn-.by' school;" visiting.relatives in..Taft, Fla.. '. ...- .........-..u.XA.o ', 'I\\,,'
; her. end Mr l Hardta Wednesday with' tainestad"'music i wind 'after - Ia..u..a. 't <
t 'spent ,, Prayer byth.'school.Merry Wishing you.all a happy andproajerou -, ft* .
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at KisMlmnee. ,/ "'
Mr. and Mr*. McGrath onae In Saturday league adjourned till. nut month.r'l'" '.J or*! Loving 'LittleBoy,- byeHfrrylRig* i...... ,. ,. . . ,.., YWri II: c.t. ,,11.\
'' Mat S' left : ,' ,
evening from RosHndala.. W. ,A11ea onTue.day.n.where he time ney.Exercise .-* 'the .. .. ......... . . . . . .. ' .to. spend the winter- and are. plass- ln r- for"xMomosassa, ; of Worid,by
,ntly located on Eleventh treet, between an'' orange 'grove and 'will 'spend a Misses Lola Lowe, Esther Robbons, Z .SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS, : V ,...
J Wisconsin and Jersey avenue. week or ten day \looking. after. his.interests Julia Harney, Ada ''Maddux, Essie O TO VALLEY GAZETTECORRESPONDENTS : GEM .:i\\
J : If otenant M. ArrowsmiUi. Ca D. there. Rirney, Irene'Robbina. O 0 &:Stoo*
3rd ,O.. N. G., Ohio arrived Saturday On Tuesday evening a sr.rprisepar. Recitation by Trenkle Tyner. 0 '" O .
evening to spend a few weeks with ty was'given in honor of Miss Lillian Solo, Hail the King, by 'Mr. Spahr.. ... ....<..... .... .. ":':';
.' ,:Ws. parents Mr. and Mrs. George P. Ida at'' their home. The evening was Tableau, .Star of the East Mr. '''Ji.
'. f '.Arrowamlth.3drs. pleasantly .pent in music and game. Go dger. The instruction for correspondentsare : .,;,
T. M. Wytnt of Urban, Oi Those present were Misses Emma Stockings by the Fireside Florence a* follows: I .
arrived last Wednesday evening to Murphy; Violet Van Natta. Inez )I addu.x.. 1. Be regular and on 'tIm. The .n $
pond a few weeks with hor parents.Mr. Grace and Lillian Ida and L. E. Hed-. Recitation Hush by'' Alvah Sass- paper must De. published every Week. are I It
and Mrs. G. P. Arrowsmith. rick and Harry Todd. ady.' We have made allowance for your .
Mrs. Mary Van Denberg entertained : Misses Lottie and Fleda Doolittleare Duett;, Frankie and Erma Tyner. copy, and its failure to arrive on time
at dinner on Christinas day the spending the wek .Tallahassee,' Recitation Christmas Voices. Grace cause .a disappointment and throw l. .
fillowing guests: Mrs. Murphy and Fla. Stewart. thing behind in the newspaper office. ; !
'1 daughter, Emma. Evadna Harris and Mr*. J. A. Hunter of Thereby, Ala., Recitation: Christmas Time. Char- Please see that your copy reaches us I
'Barry Todd. Alter a bountiful din- is spending few days in St. Cloud.F. I lea Casaady. not later than Wednesday ef each It

ner all motored to Orlando and went .-M. Benjamin hat accepted a position Recitation, Gladys Raff. week. If, for any reason, you cannotdo the -, ,'
.to the picture show afternoon and at Georgia. Tableau The Wise Men, Mr. R..J. this some weeks try to appoint : ........11." ...*.rk- '+
evening. Mr. J. J. Will arrived'Friday evening Keen. substitute during-.your absence. Yoprfriends ' Mrs. Lemuel Griffin is quite ..Ickat from Cincinnati Ohio. to spend Recitation, What the Stocking will be glad to assist you. ; o*very little aKar l '
this writing. the winter with her daughter Mrs. Said by Texaline Cassady. 2. Use only one side of the paper less d r. II' ,
v W. H. Boyer died at his home on O. S. Watts. Exercise Christmas Voices, by Mre.Keen' make a, paragraph of each item and $ .60
"Florida avenue Saturday evening, of cYk. Hargrave died at hi* home and Miss Dimick's classes.Tableau divide each item by sufficient space >> ''I'' ) _>-.Dsalr ,, I
heart trouble. Funeral services were funeral The Nativity. Mrs., ,R. J. for a line. 4oct c..1J' ,
held Tuesday afternoon in the M. E. Sunday mornine.The; services Keen. 8. Report only facts and leave out IN AVKNIM ) 1 'Y<

a church by Rer. Northrop, assisted by from the were Carlson held undertaking parlors.Mr. Recitation, What Then by' Irene jokes remark about the weather etc. r..4.eataie-FLA. : 11
the L. L.: Mitchell Post. leaves wife and Robbins. 4. Make liberal use of people's 1
has the sympathy of the community to Hargraves his 10... a son Recitation, Jea' 'Fore Christmas, by names, but do not use one name or I"," 'i''
mourn '
a in her bereavement. Omer Bosse. one family too frequeqtlic in the same .
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business The Epworth meeting League and social held Monday their last Mrs.Friday R. G.from Widrig New arrived York, where home rey.Duet, Mrs. Babcock: and Mr. Mor- letter.6. Be This sure becomes to give monotonous.the Brst.name :::;:;; :; ;;;;; :; ;::: :.:::: ;: :: f "1

}th 1 evening at the home of James Good- she had been called by the death of I Recitation by Phoebe Howe. or initials and write all names plainlyand

..i win east of town. About 40 young her mother. Tableau The Angel's Story, Miss spell 1 them correctly. If you'are .
.H people of the church gathered in front The cantata given by the choir of i Flint. undecided as to the accurate spelling ( t
-,, of the church Monday evening where the M. E. church Sunday evening was Recitation; William Long. .of a name inquire about it. Manypeople
i, teams were provided to take them. enjoyed by a large and appreciative Recitation Lucy :May Bass. are sensitive about the spelling :
i" A very pleasant evening was spent audience. I Recitation Edward Bosse. of their names. .
dU_________' Exercise MQnths of the Year, by 6. It is useless to use "Mr." before .'
.' I Mrs. Keene's and Miss Dim ck:'a the name. of a male person. ..
Oe00o0.. ..O..OO..U.O. "popular barber," spent Christmas at classes. 7. In reporting; deaths, marriages, -' '
OO home. Recitation, Elsa Ripe. and other news of special importance, ...f, 1< ;
i SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS Mrs. Lawson Bessie, Blanche and Tableau St. Nicholas. Miss Dimick. give details, but do so briefly, as. follows '' :
O Janette Lawson P. L. Stalling and C. : '
. .* .0 . ... . ...... Name of ''r
j 0. E. Smith motored to Orlando 'Sundayin . . ... .0..00. '. . . . Death: deceasedageplace'
On Christmas eve the people of the new Ford. O 0 and date of death-place and '" j' ;
\ Shingle Creek enjoyed an excellent C. H. Funk and family Guy and 0 CAMPBELL ITEMS 0 date of birth-how long a resident of rt ,;
entertainment which: was well ren Blanche McClain, Nellie Wetherbee, 0 O the communit-namee and addressesof ,- '
";"i., dered. In the afternoon the youngpeople Jack Hughey, Jet 'and Alfred Meyers . ..t.O..O..O. . ... .... nearest relatives surviving {' car
church and fraternal societies-fune- '
i'1', Christmas!; decorated: tree beautifully.the church R.and L.Ivcy's ity were who among attended those the from Christmas this commun-entertainment Tom Drifnrers and wife spent ,.,t.,.,
Christmas with her Mrs. -- ,
2 moved into the at East Lake. sisters y
Friday nigh
; piano was : '
Owen and Will Lanier.
church. Near seven o'clock in the All of'Sunday's services were quite ,
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t evening the crowd began to gather largely attended and the special Everyone enjoyed the Xmas tree > ,
and the church was quickly filled. At Christmas music was well rendered.A with much. All the children did well Are you interested in Fla. lands for t,
.seven-thirty the program was begun United Brethren Sunday school was their speaking and the schoolhouse any purpose T Am now in position toa..ist ,
f '' Hail the Power of organised in the morning and the following was beautifully decorated with in the selection and classification -
"' Jesus' Name"awn Edith Niswongerat officers 'were elected: Ira red and
school children Mrs. Howard McLaughlin and son of Fla. soils and to give Instruc-
the piano. The Wethorbee superintendent; C. II.
under the training of their teacher, Funk, asst. supt; Nellie Wetherbee, left Monday for Utopia, Fla., where tions in preparation for and cultiva- II ||
t "-..,." t tea some very interest- secy. and treas.; Mrs. Funk chorister; she will join her husband. tion of same. Will be pleased to give
.c .''inr' Steffee/ave R. L. Ivey Jack Hughey, librarian. Brother Miss Johnson is visiting desired information of which I
any .
"The Holy City" accompanied Austin; of .East preached two friends in Loughman, Fla., this week.
f by sang Mrs. R. L. Ivey. Mt-.. Niswonger very interesting; Lake..Instructive sermons Mrs. Daisy Johnson and daughter, may be capable to my old customers. ;i -
and Mrs. R. L. Ivey sang rSttr: of on the old and the new cov- Millie are visiting her sister Mrs. at Well as the new ones. j D
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tho East," accompanied by Edith Nlawonger. enant. It has been understood by Joe Stratton, of St. Cloud. ... Four-room furnished house, $10 per -
piano and Earle Bronson, some that he was not allqwed to Miss Lassie Bright of Orange Center '
.h has fine .
raon. 'garden.I
violin. Mrs. G. C. Bronson .together: preach in the church and we wish to is visiting friends here. ;
It1'"t. '. with her 'Sunday school 1 class, sang an state that this is a mistake\ ; AS he pas Mrs. J. W. Collins spent Xmas with I Just one of those cheap lots left 1'.J I .., .

.:. '. interesting song. Mr Douuls stated riven an invitation by .one of the ofncJal her' sisterUn Sarasota,Fla. .IQ.down and $2 a month.. ,
... that Santa Claud would'''Sons, fcrrivei i s bo.rd."but:owing' to the fact The weather is very'pleasant now. I A 6-rooht house so arranged as*can !,, :J'o.H' ,
'1'E :end ere long the jingle of his sleigh I that the appointment was made..tthe The last. few days se.em like summer be sub-rented in 8 suites for light '
and we had a and beautiful
In warm
I. bell heard and he wo soon I school house, it was thought best I
'sid.>.were tha church; .then, with Mrs. 'R.J to carry out the former plans .Brother moonlight night for our Xmas tree. housekeeping a ::::: :::::: ::: :
.; hey at the piano, ha came up the I Austin-.will preach here every f Thursday night Dec. 23, Mr.. and MRS. 'MARY SUMMERS, 608 Pen- ,
sln81l'After'.his.' song the t, urth Lord' Day;.. 1.- . : Mrs Bert'Garrettinvtted: a few of
r aisle ; ? ,their I' present were which were i jMs.:Smith and Evelyn'visitedwlthMrs. to attend a ''little Xmas ' '. -- "
clistrlbutedt auS. Kisslmme.
':' many and *, Uosed/ the Sam Barber Wednesday. ,- tree. ;and'Those present were Misses . r. "" -I.-I
it. program and all' went, away declaring ,*, Myrtle- Barber, ice spending a .few Ethel Millie. Johnson Lassie and :.
.,it to be the'best-entertainment. day* in towq with her sister : .' Sabrar Bright, Katherine .Palmer,
Dorothy.Lucal,' Messrs.,Eugene, Rob. :
:: V given on Shinele- Creek. Mrs George Haye and fl1milyWent p
r r'h P. Tison was an Orlando visitory to Pumpkin Center Thursday to at- -'
>y Ionday. tend the Christmas entertainmentgiven i
,.Jp. k Percy tnd Homer Cromartie left by Lessi. Haye and her schol ::
Monday to spend aew days at Davenport. SUBTROPICALMIDWINTER
q i ars.Blanche and Janette Lawson, Edna .
1x ..Miss Iva Niswonger left Monday Harvey. L. Stalling and J. E.! Har- rRl/.Y ,
to spend a few days at Tallahassee.Mrs. vey cared\ at the C. M. Smith home PAIR AND
1 G. C. Bronson entertained the Saturday afternoon. I
, i following on Christmas day:' Mr. and Lloyd Harvey visited home folks EXHIBITION r3 ,
, t Mrs. M. :Miller\ and children Mr. and Christmas day.G. '.
c Mrs John Bronson and chuldren, and B. Lawson and wife entertainedthe "" '

i' Miss Lucretia Overstreet. following' people on Christmas TO CITIZENS OF VOLU8IA LAKE. /
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I r Miss Edith Niswonger visited Mrs. night: Jeff Barber P. L. Stalling, 5 BKMINOLE OSCROLA AND OR- ;... :
COUNTIESnlEhTIN6
R. L. Ivey Tuesday. Besie Lawson, Rosier Lawson, Joe A li ANGEl .

. $ Invitations have been watch Harvey, Edna and Lena Harvey, Mr. COUNTIESGREATEST Be It known to all of you that you -,... ,
Miss Edith Niswonger for a : and Mrs. A. D. Story, Everett and are Invited and expected to prepare ,
: V"a party Friday night to be given in Evelyn'Smith. All report a fine time. tillable exhibit for display at the II 1d
rreat exposition already
? honor of her cousin, Miss Audry NI- Brother Austin and daughter Miss by :your people, engaging In agreed a friendly upon ).
4 swonger, Kansas; City, Kans. Minnie, were the guests of M. EVENT IN competition for the exhibition of the .a,.
'' Mr.; and Mrs. Stewart Ivey 'visitedt Smith and family last Sunday.C. ._ varied. products of your section alsothine
relatives here -a portion of last week. H. Funk wife and son, Mr. and THEHISTORY school work Made, your In your fruits towns., your vegetable your k
A Christmas tree was -given at the Mrs.. McClain, Mrs, Sprang and Ira OF THE !, your farm product, your .stores : &:

,,. home of Mr. and Mrs. Fox Saturday II.. and Nellie Wetherbee were entertained FIVE COUNTIES. your of house stock and, chickens field' ''your and art all creations oth... ,
night for "a few of their neighbors by Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee one things of Interest. ( 'f. I t.-I .
+ a and friends. evening!; of last week. Prepare to attend In person and with .
Wesley Alman has moved 'to the Hen s wishing everyone a very your family and friends, and the .}ranger 11 ) II' ; {os
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& Boyle place. happy and prosperous New Year.ORANGE . 5 within your gates 1 }. J '! ffJ;
S, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bronson spent SUB-TROPICAL MID-WINTER EXPOSITION : .

,' Christmas: with the former's parents ......0..0... COUNTIES OF THE PROSPEROUS : 't.1; i<
near Winter Garden. FIVE CqUNTlES.FEBRUARY ; '"._ ,
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l ti<< l'J.' ,. .. ....OOO..O. ..... ... .. porarily. occupying the Munger house ) '. -- -.- -' '" ''II ) .'S'' :J.
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, ... until their own house is erected.- T T'--- ; \ .
' ,,.. ,I G. B. Law od' presented his family Ernest Oliver and sljters,"Ruby and .\. .5'" rf\
. .; :' with a new Ford Christmas eve. Mrs. Percy, of Xissinvnee, spent a few 1 ,, \ },< ''J\\ 1.\1, \ <1\',
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., Blanch and Janette L. day with .their sister, Mrs' BrJ.. ; t 'I(
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. ; : ; and C. E. Smith : Keen last.Week. ;; : .I ,
/ the to Pine, Castle.to L.'II. Shuch and wife visited friend* > &%'&: ,'
",,.;S k t't4,; the Christmas entertainment given (In' Kissimmee over Christmas. ' ? M. ) &" ( ; : (
,I ..\ by: Miss Bessie Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fllnt.. .and
4' Mr. and Mrs. Julius Smith were daughter Miss Pauline of New Mexico Higher in Price-Sometimes N'SH
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.- guests at the Sam Barber home Sun- ,are recent arrivals They'a r. occupying : "l l

I . "' . 4 i'day.Mr. and Mrs .Or.. K. Milliard .and Gardens;;the but house will' shortly at the be.Lakeview In .their Higher i a Quality Always

" tV Mrs, Green visited C. H. Funk and own .home now being built.on'Eighth ij f 11

y' } family> Wednesday evening .' street.. ' -> "iX'v, .l ,', . '.' . ,1;. ..' Y. -, -+ ,,;1 .

:; .''fj'..!Y Nellie'..nd Wetherbee Mrs-Wetherbee spent Cffristmas, Jra and Mr. :and are'Mr other'*:,B.\Warning newcomer'jThejr, of,Washington i1' 'RESULTS'TELL .,'ASt'!any'distwaar ajout.a' : 4(\phi,.'I'i........ I.,

.day with Will Wetherbee aad family. In addition to.what they already had '.f'AVORITE; ,,;"FERTILIZER8: Yt:, .. -..; .
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S- Dr and Keen home
-'CT.H.; Funk and Family; ;, have boughttheTheron. ", : : j
i &: .i t1* Mia:. H.H Funk Mr.. and ,Mi*. Guy and are hard at work.developing their tTei':'!DolDcI"'ea.a testily as\'to.111tD'' I .;Jl'Zi, A'j".! '>,

4.'} /" 'h. McClain-'and Ire.' Sprene ate Christ. holding, ' SI r / iL : IIEIR 'SOLUWLItTifLASTnK!' i (j."r
QUALITY .
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'fpf< itasdinner inKlssimmee.;--""*< '-; "Dr.; and MrsA ',P. 'F.. Patzmati'of' ; I l" '
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", .o. Be.the ; Kansas"City'Ma.. ar spending the .'QUAL1'I'IF3u4} ADAPTAMJTTUPLOWDA .:):J
'oJ .gem.. Christmas holida,*' -with Mr*. PaW ,. ..,. 0.:
.T..A; .Hngh.yand'famfy.frpmFHg. ;. maa's'patents. Mr/-and-Mn.'Charle. s08.Sr' ;, ,""
... ' Jesteron their homestead aaa\.f! otto .,, "
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"Mre.' Hv. C.I i UghUey: and .littlearweeta : Florida Crop, "', ,
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....'k'; !'daughter,wiU spendthisrweek.v1sit, "";;:Mr.1' *nd:Mrs.i; Wt'Hl'Bronson'enter: ltr .;-i"I'! g :!: 'ltD.liutll'Pawnar ri ir .'...'-i. ,,1.1tiO.!\ > .
}w .t big at the J.-IU Hilliard J1om.. while tained-a.. number"'W theh'-frien .\on .. ''QI\'UE"f; : "
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r+r ltt rr Lightaey'' Mr."'HUU.rd,+ ' H. Christmas day and .ve iug."' :
A,; ,>,, r arsonA' haati+ feast. was provided andthe.time. ; AOttCOlTORAL. : .rCECTICBB "
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.PACE :41 Wi .THE;: KISSIMMEE" ';_ .VAMET' :'GAZETTE. '' ... ... . '." '. f FRIDAY: DECEMBER 3i"I"ISr-'<, .:?&'

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. (1'i i,, Infection.: Most of w* harbor 1 thek'y:
("" : GROWS POTATOES'iN BOX: FlttEDWITtMOSS'ANDB.CTERlZEDrE .The 'press "n1ce"of ,'thi'' Florida' firm, belief and accordingly. .,,
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Board *of ;vHealUT, ha l Indulged frequently we have plenty to do to take care ft'our ,
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: Notes '$; in remarks about cold but own personal interest,, and, we
: ,: Society ,:] : TI the subject ,remains un.xbaust.d'esy l push,,the: burden 'of looking out, for ? ,

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the other fellow's'interests onto theother
.', a. meet of.us, dont, know the ""
\ difference between cold influensa fellow himself.. .
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,((CMaltle BUe .1IanU.' Fditer.; .) I < You can't, yourself in crowd-t'
,' ;, \\I. .. the grippe and bronchitis: ,In- other : help
i I JCl lmmlH!,- Valley Gazette, Kisslm,j acri tura'poUcy'' 'on the part of,the word,, when you think, you -hare a ed.street car. in church or af the thea '

Re U rare te ill patron el. tie Vafley Gautto''to ''aeadltfrasM Fl..pingthat I government 'for .example''homegrown cold it may: be something else entirely ter when someone, coughs ;.in your;

mt : crop would'reap. an enormous, I and only the family doctor can set face or sneezes close behind you. He-1 .
M events to the' Eiiter for p.blicati.:t' b th.>e. c....at I benefit you right, and. sometime even be Is"more than likely to give you a '"
tedetj, YDINNER. gives some scientific dlsco.-rie.1 can't do it.'. sample of his cold'or. influenza, butt ,!.. -
1 I In my. opinion valuable'to! the-pepple The whpl. .paint i I. this," he explained. you can't help it th.n--It', too,late.; .. .

/ tl.,11.. II II II II. II .11 .' ' " ' ' of Florida especially those of the j "There ace thousands of ions; lathe as well ant as place..neumonia all tbea.alrIle and tuber: with lie night a handkerchief cover his-face but or he his didn't nose:;-she '. .:''

PARTY santhcmums. The groom wore tho peat or'muck land districts. I am al- acres -of poor land which would produce cus, are caused by infeothAi with the full benefit of his ,
;to ,I conventional block.: plentifully if provided with plant bacoili or germs and each disease has gaveyou "
ways interested in Florida's aft'alnanet. with all its contents and dan-, t,
spasm I.,
I'KM. r1> "' Dr. and Nn-c: : L. Hyatt deUI'ht.t The bride i. the daughter of Mn, and believe food and there are, .in. Yorkshire, In Its own particular: variety of germs. .
developments
""fully entertained Dr. and Mla CObbf J. C. Roberts of this city and has a : :youfolks Somersetshire in Devonshire and In You cant'plant' corn and' expect a geWe are our' brother's keeper ,ln .: "
It\ 'dinner on Saturday. at their home host of friends in this city who wish are entitled to and are receiving crop of beans. The same here. These more senses than one. We have responsibilities -- .' I:

i {c f on' Maln.treet. her: welt in her now home. The groom full\ proportionate share of the Ireland, thousands of acres'of peat Terms are transferred,from one human that we can't get away, ;; '
,,
IsTi valued employee of tho A. C. L. best things. of earth. now practically: useless, which by bacterial *-another by contact only, Theyare from, without bringing suffering to. t l
S8CIALk .
LEAGtJE
1, with headquarters at Kissimmee. treatment could be convertedinto not carried In the air excepting to others and perhaps to ourselves. ..
'""" They will make their home in Kissimmee Very truly yours, the extent that the victim of any of
is the of Florida's
k Mr-;: a rcih manure, capable, as experiments Now season year- '"
L. U. Zimmermanwill F. A. STROUP. these diseases in
Mr. and after January first talking, or coughing? when colds and kindred troubles have ,
entertain the members of the e e have Shown, at least of or sneezing expels them in an invisible their and it is our personal r. : .I
I innings .
+ Senior Epworth League Saturday FOR MRS. VAN BUREN London; Oct. 23.-In a wooden box doubling the productiveness of the spray: into the air and another responsibility keep these trouble .. '
their home on .Sumner within two '
evening at soil. person near enough, say, ourselves.
to t
street. The Hart Memorial Woman's Club filled with moss, on the roof of King'sCollege or three feet, may become infected I : s

. was the scene of a pleasant gathering in the Strand, potatoes are in "Incidentally, it would give Irelanda "!with the particular germs carried in' ;S

E. NEW YEAR'S DANCE Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 21, when the full growth beneath these October new industry, for with its practical this moutji spray.: .. .

i ''Members of -the Kisilnunce Golf Misses Witherspoon entertained in skies ly inexhaustible supplies of peat that We may wrap ourselves in the ,? i I 1'1'laWi 1

; will dance out the honor of Mrs. Van Buren. Those present country could provide all that wouldbe warmest clothing, we may avoid all i tis1
friends
and
Club Mrs. Van Buren Mrs. Cobb i
were Some weeks ago a similar box, 16 it
-
.old year and dance in the new at the I Mrs. Hyatt, Mrs. Butler, Miss L. inchts long, 6 inches wide and 4 Inches required for the whole of the cent will snottyp preventlourg"catching" coldor

clubhouse this evening. Buckles, Miss Grace Nelson, Miss Le- of the United Kingdom. I am told of bronchitis or because drafts ,
x Music will be furbished by the deep, was filled with moss and planted grippe I
Misses Lottie and Lola '
nore Moseley, of
one bog alone of 800 acres, where the air bring none of these diseaaeaI -
f /Dixie orchestra and a large attend- Lawler Miss Alma Griffin, Miss Ruth with four potatoes. Once everweek I
they come only by and through their
annual charge IB only 1:20: from which ,
te ( aace ,is. expected. e Butler Misses Lucy and Etta Wither- the moss was watered with''an extract own particular) germs.
p much wanted could be [
served as peat as one
Tea and cake
wero by
a' THEATER PARTY spoon. from bacterized peat, the discovery of Not one of these diseases comes or IIh
Miss Rogers, the genial Irdy in obtained.
- develops from other of them. The ,
Prof. W. B. Bottomley, described the any
; charge of the club house. Circled "Besides tHe of, that has _
Walter Thomas entertained' a few value peat weakening effect of any of them may
with other to the British Association.The .
I
around fire fancywork day
'- friends with a theater party at the a glowing been shown' by these experimentsthere lower the resisting power of the individual ,
Dixie Saturday evening. Those in the and merry chat, the time passed box, after eight weeks' growth, f is the fact that ordinary stable to disease and thus preparethe Women Tell Why They

a' party; were Misses Ethel Gilbert, all too quickly. was as full as it could be of fine new way for any other of those or for, Love This Magazine"From
* manure has been trebled in price in
> ,Manrine Dann, Marie Boyd, Kathleen potatoes. Given a little sun, there is any disease affecting any other partof Fuhton Fiction It US a-
IIRISTMAS DANCEAn to
' -Beraden, Helen Base, Messrs. Ernest the last two'years, and that it is difficult the body. But a cold never develops -I .,.ernc" write Mr J. II.. of r ew V......
J Lawrence Leon Estey, Lawrence no reason, he bays, why these vege- to obtain." into pneumonia or tuberculosis, I lh muulnoi I b."i ear l.lse -.
Bearden. informal dance Christmas nightat tables should not be in a..iml- into but ".>r'I.k:: ilcCAUVH: : >1..M..". "EMS'. '..lira *
grown cold. ..
i ,Griffin, Ralph Club The government it is interesting to nor anything just a I W af rtllfnrnll. "a h.. 1 leer V
the Kratimmee Golf ,
dl was en- ., bright MarM'
Is ood. dun.
lar way, not only on the roof but inone's "The Grippe" a term often used bold ll n ,.
R" 1 DANCE AT APOPKAThe joyed by a large crowd of merrymakers. add, is apparently alive to the Importance to cover a variety of afflictions but .nd reamed! b e w, I oon' "..,':rwd irtM jij I j.*.*.r.Yrunuih 7 ,
if almost all the oily
"
room ._ .
Music was furnished by the Dixie necessary of the discovery for it I influenza. It is called the u WF .tor a.errs -
they I just vtiilo. rise A- 1.. af '!'..... "1 .55501 toll
orchestra. Those Mr. round.
orchestra of the Moose Lodge'and present were: year have "grippe" when the victim feels unusually ,M .11 ih.l It nun, to "ewe" .ntr 5 Heath
made
a Brent to King's Collegefor ... .
.
number of Kissimmee people and Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mr. and Mrs. L. (.mhn. putif1l' >.T. 'I haw M .CALLS
will go a to Apopka tonight to attend H. Ingram and guests Dr. and Mrs. The results of experiments with the purpose of further investigation. -, he 1. inclined sorry for to believe himself that and all when his tIAUAZINB: look It.Inc.'lof ml I wa.m.std Wfor. sad. der lKlnii'lhcr ..::

1 r. :c the New Year's dance to be given at Simmons, of Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. C. bacterized peat bave been, indeed, re Time,'however, will be lost if friends have deserted him. Once 1 go lo. It for'hlpI. nrrj lun.'Ynu sent. s E05") .. = dish I.:
is be- L. Bandy Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Naugle, markable. l5-e.n.....or. t".... M.cA..r;
ir ; ith*,city hall there. The dance Prof. Bottomlty showed the years are allowed to pass in experiment somewhere an epidemic of the disease h*** aotleW .hat K"A
wllbontI
do
firs. Im I. rt hc I "could not
in* given under the attspices of the Mr. and J. D. Clark Miss of Nan yesterday to a representative of the The present is the momentfor took the peculiarity of gripping in end a.e..k.l ,..we. ........Ir d T_ ,t
1 board of trade and a large attendance Alderman Mis, Westcott St. Observer an onion in the ordi- the throat The name remained, but awe 5oMrion n-A.a1M rr+w--
' lI "'Ipromised. Admission of 60 cents Cloud, Miss Marie O'Berry Mrs. Hen- grown definite action. it wasn't a new disease.Then '. .n 111 BUT 'ot n*' }nd "U. 05-1- t;
Aultman, W. A. Smith, W. A. nary way and another grown in soil Inn mmi.U I llk. MrCAli'S; th.l kcal .55
."
will be charged ry
,. each. there's hay fever, which arrives I... i.r .Ina' I .at.
I -; * Gregory! George GardnerbJ. K. At- mixed with the peat extract. Both on schedule time each and ... ..... ... uTV.n..L. F,05 ,

n ,. - A GIVES. TENNIS TEA wood, Paul McKeo Cal were weighed; the one was found to HELP THE KIDNEYS is anticipated by the usual victim:year withas It. drivUKklnf, paiurnk. l.nnn.1 hew u>d l...II..-dmpl.Mrurllx lo d.LJId... m-.sf "
Dudley Glenn, McCaughen. Max t.stb n.ul.nd Mrit.NJ. wMlr Mrs !
1 1' Kritz Walter Nelson W. H. Peake be 3% ounces, the other just a frac- much joy as he might look forwardto of K.ot. 'OS family; be. i n>ii'II. '
lira S. IL Bullock was hostess at 1e1 1. tnr 1'p1t
& KiMiminee Readers Are Learning theWsy. breaking his leg, or perhaps his fa you r.0 .p 705r5p..
and Russell Cole. tion under 12 .. rrttt Mto.pctlorn. a. Pill 1
a''Charming' tennis tea on Thursday Leroy Lesley ounces. neck. Noon. takes this disease very "I ..M.n Aw.wnSNrpnd d. .re SOS ph.l!!. !
C f
.afternoon. Some thirty guests enJoyed ..... on" 15..5 fitwrit.
? tennis MRS. PERSONS IIOSTESS Size Doubled and Trebled.A It's the little kidney ills- seriously excepting the victim. The ui., tnmkl.. HOCALL l ..- "'" -- .....
the afternoon playing The lame, weak back- doctors it is an irritation caused Mrs a. oil Indl.Se.a ,",.,,..r';
watching the. play and in social con- pelargonium was grown in loam, or aching by the porn of certain which, II.M. b ok M (_...... Tol '
The unnoticed disorders plants d 1. e
fi :versation. Mil. G. W. Persons delightfully en- leaf mold and sand, and another, more urinary floating in the air and breathed into (ot) SSwt.ltr: : C.. eel; Oro

{I I ,The lawn and house- presented a tertained a few friends last Saturday' than double its size, grown in lolfm.to That disease.may lead to dropsy andBright's the throat make all the trouble. They Jtt. MMWM-. ,.... C...-.i, rfl-* +Ik
the afternoon. afternoon at her home' on Sumner McCAlL 'COM t
A.wTHE
r "pretty scene during I
insist that it is disease.
: r, Tea and cake* wore 'served. street. A penny contest, in which : which was added In the proportion When the kidney are weak The usual cure is not to a germ somewhere TO* M.Gi BM.. New y...CIty, '..

'' .s..e'LERAY'LESLEY, Mrs. Zimmerman won the first prize, I of one part to ten, a mixture of the Pills Help, them with Doan'sKidney< to seek a change: of go climate or alti FREE tI r''

.. ENTERTAINS and Miss Lola Kenton received the peat.In. "' _1 Biaiil.'Cop of pfe
.
A weak'
consolation prize, was enjoyed duringthe remedy especially for kidne'l. tude.A MoCAIxTllAOlJlINBj nd. H'_
t. peculiar individual susceptibility towoi
the
many cases size of plant ad-MAI'.Ilele./.a ra M
1 . Leroy' homer.from Mrs. afternoon. In the room was a Doan'i have been used In is the only: explanation of the fact L./r ardLw.rkMet Need,, +: ;
t CIE. 'U Lesley wbosels Porter beautiful Christmas tree from which has been doubled and trebled by this kidney week 6.dtsell.. ..e a .
that certain persons have the diseaseand Mlldee, rasaM 1_ creme, Mv.
troubles for
60 /id.Ndwy
Military 'Academy Charleston, S. each guest received a tin horn and treatment. Radishes and tomatoes years. that all do not under the same OkltyeA w_ w.. ., 01_ ....
to spend .the,Christinas holidays, also a gift. The guests were Endorsed by 80,000 people-endorsed ; :: : ;.
a Cj Inviter have even been grown in pure sand at home. conditions and surroundings. .= ..t.J-Mdw..d ehrdw:
_tenamed-party of his young boy,I. then into the dining room, Colds and the rest of these troubles MJAV. M.1e. tN. e"IiM. o aefrsa' WasInrnh
watered ,
1 with the peat extract Sees Proof in a Klsslmmeo citizelt'sstatement. '. .
at the where delicious sandwiches salad
,
and girt friend Tuesday night are communicable and the' contagionIs ,._... CA.N .11117 orrza.e"IIf .
+ h01ne ottblhlpupn3a in honor of hi*,. punch and !.cake Were served Favors enty-two cucumbers, weighing a spread by contact, as has been des ._ ddnM
; R. L. ,, 'a.... for ,.
Sterling 1'1I 01
proprietor
,
little minaiure dolls' .and the plumbing Ir wAT.W11I.. ,
IiIrtbG&r were pound each have been cut from eighteen and metal Brack St-f Kissim crlbexL"\ And this brings up the question JIIoCALL". .'ere5e Y ... t!
The rOunl'-p.oplenjoyed the.evening place cards were Santa Claus. Those after shop of tndivdual'reponsibllt Wpreventing
plants a twenty days' "On. of the f
mee, says: family had
.
to 1U fullest extent. -' t present were. Misses Nina Bratton, 'w
and
r widening he-droll of
; vCHRISTINAS Eleanor and Lola Kenton.: Ruth Clark. growth and sold at Covent Garden been troubled for.:years by weak kid-

> ti00 PARTY,'. : Cecelia Oventreet'Pars Clark, Ella before those grown j'n the ordinaryway nejrs and at times was laid up in bed
Mae Gilbert Mrs.' Mrs. I owing to severe pains in tho back and; { .
Chapman Were .. ...
ready to cut. Sixteen'
:at W/Ward'entertained; a party vt Zimmerman, trouble with the kidney secretions.

,., ,atxteen friend, at a 600 party at .aa pounds of. tomatoes ,have been"taken Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief." '

ti the Graystone hotel last Saturdayeyening MR.. AND MRS.;LESLEY from on*,'tomato plant, Similar examples Price: 60 'c, at all dealer -Don't : CITRUS TREES ATRIGHT'rPRICES : .

<< in honor of hi. son, Ralph M. ; / ENTERTAIN o( extraordinary' growth couldbe simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
'
'vWard", MrWard\, and their daughter .f ', Dean: a Kidney Pills-the some that .
the'score.;;,'; '
multiplied by I
J, Mica Cora. A delirious luncheon wa Mr.. and Kn. E. L.' Lesley. entertained : : Mr.' Starling recommends.. Foster *
'
'I, erred by Mis. .Marion Porter.' .First a large party of friends it Some ,time ago Pjof. Bottomley! be; Milburn Co., Props.] Buffalo, N. Y. l .

';" rise was>!.won by Mis' Porter their pretty suburban bungalow on gan these experiments' In promoting, ./ We sell the leading ::uieties.of Grapefruit and Orange Trees as J.! ,

I : second Miss-'Virginia Makinson the Kissimmee-Oriando road Wednesday plant growth by inoculating the soil 000000000000000000 < > fine as can be found at low price and guarantee them against death ,.
.
4 9'( IIll1Tli"thirdemansMfrrst, ; prize was 0nonby Alderman evening of Fort in honor Pierce of who Miss is their Nan with the culture of bacteria obtained 0 0 ', \ freeze and canker.: W. mean what we ay. and our guarantee is good

Joe Butler, second by.T, L. 'Baynes. guest, and Mrst Crumb, of Bartow, from the root -nodules of leguminous PLEASANT VALLEY ITEMS o ; ; as gold. Let us hear from you.

e J 6'.iI.t.,' and.) third by E. T. Hopkins. guest of Miss Lola Lawler. plants. It was found that in soil so South 'Citrus Nurseries -'
Apopka
*
Punch served the 000000000000000000School
was throughout
; 1, ENTERTAINS treated nodules
; S .S. CLASS more were producedon
I. evening In'addition to a salad and 'a ONCO ORATtD) '
began Dec. 27th, after OCOEE FLORIDA
: .) sandwich buffet luncheon the roots, and that the nitrogenousmaterial a .

; the)I...member." Alpha, of Westfali her Sundty entertained schooldas Those who enpoyed the hospitality in the earth was greatly in- week''John vacation.Padgett, Bleech, Riggan, "' ..... . . ... . .. ..........0.... t.I. II. . ..... . .

r of Mr. and Mrs. Lesley were: Mr. creased.: If the cultures contained humus Brown, Matthews, Reynolds, Ares,
Monday at her home on
evening-
( and Mrs. D. W. Kendrick
Alderman, Nichols and of St. Cloud
Kagy
con-
I -that is to the block
..,.'_ Dakin' avenue. Various fames often' Alderman of Okeechobee La rue AP matter say decaying tributed candy and nuts for tale Sunday ... ... . ... ....... .......... .0..0.0..0. ..... . ..
;; 'enjoyed during tho 'evening', that.is found in the soil
i derman of Miami Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
; school Xmas
I'I'.i. tree. But on account -
chocolate and waf-
which delicious hot : S. Cadel, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark, : they did better still. of dissentions and much anti-
'''I 'era 'were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. J. "What then Christmas In
Elizabeth we wanted, Prof. Bot feeling the neighborhood WE; HAVE IT H

......... 'LLeedbetter,. Margaret anL.. Lucy A. Simmons, of Arcadia; Mr. and I IMrS' tomlty said, in An interview with our the Xmas tree was given up.
I
; C. L. Bandy Mr. and Mrs. Howard :The children in the district
Linen : were given
,7 Pearce, Mabel Ovei street. Harris Es-- Katz, Mr. and'Mrs. E. E. Naugle, representative, ."was a source of soluble the St. Cloud contribution. WESSERN BEEF AND PORK

Satan Clark Violet-Bullock. W. A. Smith; Paul McKee W. H.Peak. humus, and we discovered it in Mr. Griffin of St. Cloud spent Xmasat
Harrison Messrs.
"sic Bass Abbie '
,
., Hunter Dillard. Mis* Ruby: peat. We found that I Mrs. Warren's.
by treating
Beu- peat '
Ted Paul
Leroy Lesley Estey Good Florida
;, Pievatt Mrs. Crumb of Miss \ Alo Meats
Bartow Mrs.
tee Roscoe Roberson, with special bacteria It'was' rendered :.Brday and Mr. Leavitt of Kis
Edgar Bryan.
: Nan 'Alderman of Fort Pierce J. K.
simmee took dinner with G. H. Bur-
I Murray Overstreet. Marvin Bruncll I Atwood and Jim Miller. soluble and formed an excellent me- 'nett Saturday. ;

Walter. Bass and. Dick.Bullock. I ;, dium for the growth of nitrogen-fix Mrs. Tracy is spending time
)1RS..; ';.':'.. INGRAM. .ENTERTAINS ':. ... .... ... ... .......: Mien .organisms." . .I with her son at. Deer Park.I some 'FAIRPJ-AY MARKET .

'
;'. Mrs..L. H. Ingram-entertained with ;O 0 ,W. C. T. U. COLUMN, O Eaoraooa Possibilities PHONE 45 JOE POWERS 12 Darlington Are. '
O
..'P 'a 600 party at her pretty home on . ...... .. ......... . . An tmporiant.quution is whetherthe
lIabbettAtreet Thurida"1.ftnin.r in discovery can be used for greatly .......... .. . . ............ .... .......... ... . ...

+. ', ,., honor of her The next meeting of the onion'will Increasing our home-grown food What Is Cold ? -,
-
., mona, of Arcadia. The\rooms of the occur: Friday Jan. 14, 2:80 sharp. supply a
W. have
what it doe
seen for
r house were tastefully decorated aIn, Our treasurer for the coming years
F4 : potted! and cut flower An elaborate Mrs. Robsson. By an oversight her vegetable., Will it do, a* much for

name was< omitted,,, from the list',of wheat

to.-, i officer: last.week. Our banker U of 'There .. no reason why It should By DR, 3. T. PORTER, Cash is King We Sell For Less ;
t too much importance: to be. thus over State Health Officer. .
? 'Mrs. Anltman, while the guest looked.' ': - not, was Prrof. Bottomlsy's'reply to '

' l ,a priM i Henry; to Mrs. Simmon*.. First .' Th sheriff'of Hudson county. Newterser this question, "., the! discovery taken What Is a cold and what I* the dlf.Terence Standardized Values

p..... .for gentlemen .-was won" by J.BW baa a very definite reason for rip and orginleed'on' sufficiently between.. cold and the.sev. .. '
.. Cadol and the' consolation prli.en favoring woman suffrage "toid .be .is eraliotertdieews''that'affect4hlmucus .

'went to .W..: A.'Gregvry.i.'' " )'r not afraid to state It.'1 He ear: "Dur Urge'. enoU&'h.. ;;- ,'_, sl" With" '' a definite. 'I -1Dem raD., ofthe'.; throat\and\ ,!( :COMPLCTe LINE OF 'MEN'S' AND

.
.Thoee; present wont '. Mr. and Mrs.C. Inc my service: of sheriff Hudson ; : .

) ,U Bandy Mr.'Md'KJL\Howard. countyI have 'found-that there are LADIES' h HIGH r
r GRADE
: :
c a Katz,' Mrs."W. L''.Barber, .Mrs.' J. Z. 'fifty men injail to one'woman.; *My SHOES ;
Roberson, Mrs. Guy Gardner,' Mrs.'E, conclusion' Is, that since women.know :' I AcceptOurThanks;
; (." better how to the law than !
K Naugl/ Meetch/Misa. Nan Alderman obey: men. :

a 4 of Ft. Pierco..tMlss' Rath'Butler hey should know how to aid.in t raming " < SeBby ,Shoes; For Women Bostonians For Men
.
I" and Messrs.'J. K, Atwood W. A them intelligently." j> V ; ?+.For.Yoii Excellent {Patronage'for fh f tut. Year. : j '

'c .\ 'Smith,and, Georre E. C..Dusenberry.Gardner, )W.1'-A, ,": Gregory ,- . /-"n'" *" THE BAR''! ; / '> c 'I I 4We:And oai'?stock'".'o :. then:following" Brea, ( d ,;.+ $3.00 $3.50 4.00 ; '

.
'.\; ."""J ,, ." . . ' .. V Thess to n U rom.tlm.sealled:a :' which eve desire redace at extremely low pricet. $4o$5.00k:
.1
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.wvv..S..tf true. v -i ;
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A bar to heaven, door to hell; Sea- : ny'l.JL. !
'rbe''ioUowbc' item from the; Whoever named named it,wellv S dawes Apple J. : OS 4; PkgLthU J Com .Flakes_ .OS : '

zford.. Herald ;,will be' interesting;to A bar to''manliness and wealth,\ i I I, Cau'SI1ced.Tabl.l'r.w.eL:. ',05 3 Pkx*.'}Aft'Waeat Kfwnble. ..%5 *i ;Hose at 50c and $1.OO. Stripes, sandaocb

'y'I I mend of the parties* menttn.dty'..:'' A:door to want and broken health;.. Can,Snail May P.*J.' .._ ,. ,::25 5 .... ,FancyEvap.PeadkeJES\ :: ; : ;; ] .Also, High: Grade Lisle :! at '50(. .. ,, V

?to :>A; Tory-pretty 'wedding "waa,. solemnized A bar to honor and pride and fame,'' S .Bottles'Etreeb .._:__. ,.25 60-70*Fancy, Prmne _.__ r .10 ::1 ,at f
25c "
Lisle
at.:the .bomw of Rev, Geo. : :: 25t >
doe
i ; A. ? to grief and sin and.shome; ; 1Sc.
8Cake. .....a S. _ .25 God CreawyBatbr .._ .. .; ;35
Tem- :
X1'1 i Hyman. ,pastor .of-.toe Babtiit, A' bar to hope. % b prayer: ; .., ap > : : ; ; '

r ,, ( iron last Thursday Dec,"23rd.when /!..door to darkness and deipair;, IX Cake Toilet Soap .assn.4 .46 Beet Creamy Batter' ;__... .37: 'i . :V:..LCAi.L\ FOR I DARNL5S."IIOSIF.RY';; ..>! ?JJ.

,iUss Winnie Rivers hfthistSris cityrwasfiUted A bar to honored useful life} ' 3 \Cakes: Ptrerid Bath Sea,._: .zs; Oleertargal'Lte:.. : :I.4:.J' .25 ." ,
:' in .marriage to : O* Smith A''door- to 'browUnl', senseless strife; I'Pkgs ' . ', '
PawderL
fy ; ". ' .. T.HetsPapafr".s:.: .2S Cahoasi Bakbif _:.19 &,Z1 'SOMETHING NEW' .' \
.. .
m Bsialmmee. .. 'JK'flev Ad: bar to all th.t'tru., and bran I"' : .
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'. Tbo''' paly- person'yguMieiit: Bulbar', A', edery' drunkaid's v ;;0' ..
: 'door.t c 'grave :'M -- --
Many I "
Rttartuof '
Toe
.AJ..w < .
po" en s :
lHe a B.f f ght.ShJats'I'i'' : 1
the Immediate 7f* WereICissee ;
fkon:
( .. A bar to Joy1 and home imports, w' ,, .. '
''':; Jimmie. Laing Verso ,Woodd A door to tear and aching beartaa,, iAbar t ;f. '"JS ..'NAPPY1VE1rYEA1t! .''v ", ... '14y1 :' :Lion Shirts, Lion.CoNars'Knox Hats; Superba Cravats'' :'"
'
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Mrs E.lfcVOoi.'aU intimate heaven' ) I .. . : : '
as to a door to hell r Vhoever ; . if\\ ..' .' : .
+' _
of thebrieX, ImwedisAety,, af t r : ''.j.: Jps' !. ;$ \ 1 A 1" n JrI' .j.
; named named HJnUGSBYTKRIAN ,. .
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it -1.1 / ..' --1 .
: : '\ earyoorft.ui&li /. CHIIJ' + = -r n '.' '
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I i' tile the. ,happy 1''f.'' .m.- ,, I...... :i .. '. .. . ' ..- "
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FJUDAY* DECEMBER, 31; 1 1S. .. .. ,(. t, :T H E<:K1S SIM M'E I'V. 'i..y.JAlfTE" "/-, f ..*.. ,.; ,,,-Y' 7.* .


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.. THE lUCfllMMtEVALLET. GAZETTE.Poblisb.d C. W: Griffin and family;'leftSundayh : UyAof, Villa, the:h,M xlc ;n.revolutionist. ; ( "'!'I iJ.! f"f'; ' ........ .., "

-" '". .'tTete...,.*..If.. uJ" ; .c' ,' fat,their automobBe for a, tout oftho'I'aaf'C'out. Th family was traveling by private -- WOMAN'S MISSIONARYSOCIEJYfRAYERWEEK; CHRISTMAS: CELEBRATEDjENERAilY-, & Bong -Mora ;Cllfc .GtMa"'p"r

.'. : .: The.wilt 'vialt"InN.w car to New Orleans,"'where.they school., , .. .
KVWT Friday By. Smyrna>. () & and Miami be took ..steamer for Cuba. Frank says : < OlttndMHefff* ">"HVBUt >

W..... HARRIS A,,faa\ ':TAW*". aeistviather''Ieport', fore returning.. to'Klsslmmeo.Mr. ,. that. Villa'.secretarywho: wan with $O R : Mother of?ems sftfsarai ." ''
the party was a fins fellow H .. .... t
the
very by manger, r me* ** ...
', .. :, and Mrm. 'J..It.. BlackweU and is reported to have\told newspaper herds ssed'acre.'tbe'.tats.. ;LRecltation"I < ,

. ,. St.Mrs.Cloud G.; L,, Sawyerwho.in live east of men that Villa'wa* not' coming to the .. The Woman'-'Millenary''Society ofthe' '(Continued from Page One)*'' ''-think when..*i>M '
the
: were city Monday. United "- .
States where his enemies vior Jtta"J Mae hM.J.-
are, looks
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down..l"
\ i W i They have recently returned' .from' ...a' but would reman.with,,'tda friends. week-'Baptist church will' observe next ma Hudsony Margaret LasUy i : Lucy ''Scm t-'The' 3 ng'. of 'Christmas-?-'..
i : motor th.'week of pray.r.for'for.1&11 ; r'Ud.
to
\H; trip- .Bradentownf, .; Mexico. minions and the meeting win' LupfeJ Qai'f LaLond, Patsy.Makinson' .." by: *choolZ<4 ,.- .,- ,
called and Ogram rendered 'recitations .- i 'Orchestra 'sJMelion, ?wheh .' silver -". '
the '' .
Fifty-three.'persons .at Friend her of Dr; DeWitt :Llght- be .,follows : and songs, making'this a mostInteresting '}
I I for th.Methodist .
offeringwas taken
Chaptec House dualthough th-past weekand Monday Jin. 8 at Mm. J. A. Bar ; .
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I ",; .. tempay..lLures that is not large num sell In'Kissi of Bartow.who Also, has an office Paul .Weaver' leader and impressive exercise.A orphans *' at. ,Enterprise. .,, ,,,*..'\,;.., y:">,
.: Following} are dally.: m.ewifr be pleased to Wednesday novel and pleasing of the amount 1216. r ,I- -II
: and :- bar still it is enough to ahoy that the know that at tho of the FlorIda Jan.' 6..t ,Mrs. BeU.Modi' the
precipitation a* reported meeting program.* responsive singing A Christmas trW and splendid '*..-. , vii
H.'fones ;
rest room is going to 1 MraW.; leader.
>*, appreciated *; ,
by Government stationat Osteopathic Association held at of a concealed choir the regular choir '
j" Klsslmmee for the week endIng by our' townspeople, as.w.il.ae'" .. '' h.visitors. Palatka this week, ,?he ,was elected Friday Jan. 7, at Mm. N. c. Bry- being su lemented' 'th s occasion Christian tertainment church was'I,by also th given Christlaa at' the 'j
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December 80: .J ., s "' "',_, ."" .<> p'' tie/,, president of,the'orrdnftatfon for1theensuing an', *;
Mr.:and'Mrs.-Z.. ; N. Parker-of Areadia year Dr. Lightoey deserves > Theemetln will.begin at threeo'clock Bearden, Marie Boyd.A .\. / "
FridayTa: 89 : the honor conferred upon him and has and a large attendance is urg highly, entertaining talk '.was '
. .. 80 ; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Waring, ed. '.There will be a-,social hour at the r rNOTICE; f
Saturday 45 of Lakeland, and Miss Ethel Lee,. who mado success of his 'profession despite mad by: Dr. T. D. Christie, of Tarsus ;
,. Sunday ...... 60 86 Is attending school in'Arcadli spent the fact that he,Is totally: blind. cloee of the program Friday Mr*. on "Christmas in the Orient eta I; i.
Jim*Johnston-secretary 'pro tern. made >
Monday .. _. 71 42 the Christmas holidays with ) and "Jo.' 'A liberal offering was for the oJ -
: e J. R Gilbert'. young pointer Children'* Horn at Jacksonville. ; J.ATuNn ..
Tuesday .. 75 61 Mrs. John M. Ifs' dog, Is traveling about with of ,
ono : : A prayer of grateful praise was offered COAST LINK: RAIL ,
Wednesday' _. 78 64 ,.38 B. Butler, of Stockton Ga. spent hi; forelegs in splints as the resultof MASONIC1ODOEj'TOINSTALL I by the pastor, and generous ROADCOMPANL,

Thursday ___. 78 69. the Christmas holidays in KissimmeeMrs. an attack'mad* upon him Tuesday ti eat''WaI mad for the children consisting i
Butler who was formerly Miss by a Gilbert he was hunting with of candy, nuts raisin, eta AUCTION 'SALE' OF UNCLAIMED :
Camille Morrison has been her threeor Mr. and his brothers. A. S. OFFICERSThe The church warn beautifully decorated AND REFUSED FREIGHT, N''

.. .. ... .. .. ... ... . ... four weeks visiting relatives, and and hunting A. the D. Gilbert.elusive .quail The in party the Shingle was for the occasion by the young ._' l 'A''
will return with him women superintended by Miss- Jean Kissimmee-,- Fla.;Dee.: 27,. telL' .
.oo. . .... ........ .... . .. Creek section when sow attaek.* local Masonic lodge will 'install I Caldwell: The decoration consistedof By direction of the.Freight Claim

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole and son, ed the dog an.d broke it* leg. Mr.! officer for the ensuing year at 'potted plants from the rosery. of Agent, notice i. hereby given .that t "

Ru..ellz.went to Lakeland today to Gilbert wont'to the rescue'; of his I the regular meeting Monday night.The Miss. Caldwell. palm branches .bamboo the following,listed freight will be :

I The Local FieldFire spend'' New Year's Day. Mrs. Al: C. dog and tho hog turned her attentionto I officers recently elected are: ,. pine, eta I sold at public auction for freight and ,
Hull, of Kiowa Kans., is there visit- him. It was only with difficulty W. W. Carson, Worshipful Master.F. Methodist Church. other charges at the Atlantic Coast'

I Ing her .son, L. C. Hull, of"the firm that he escaped in juty. The dog waabrought : C. Bryan Senior Warden.J. Line Frewarehouse, en. Than.' ::
junior At the Methodl.t'ehurch Christmas .:
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of Cole A: Hull, and they will spend to the city at ones .nd the S. Cadel Warden. a day, January 27th,1916V ,
broken bones W B. tree was given for the Sunday .
the.day visiting with them. were set by a physicclan. : Crawford Secretary. '
Goods sold without guarantee 'of
.S school classes from intermediate ,
the
insurance, taxes paid. See A. M. Kate Treasurer.The '
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 80tf The Kissimmee Library Is open every appointive officers have not down to the primary. Every child quantity ,quality'or' value., F
Sal win commenceat'10 o'clock
day, except Sunday, from 10 a. yet been named by Dr. Carson::: but was remembered with gifts by the \' 7
Big cut on sweaters. F. H. Lawson. m. to noon' ana: from 2 p. m to 6 p. m. LOCAL CHURCHES TO they will also .Jtw installed at the same Sunday school. The church wa beautifully A.TermsSpot M. : .Cash.1; .
decorated the "Star of the ,
This will give a chance to time ,
Fat, juicyand tender meat alwaysfound enjoy our good everyone little library and the East' being the center of the scheme. .J:AVlIUSKE, R. A. Ai C. LJ:

at City Market, 'phone 4'tf new books that are coming, ,in from HAVE PRAYER WEEK :O..O..OOOOOOOOO.OO .: There were artistic draping of red Fayetteville ACL-40070)N. C. .' ,f
month to month. and .white crepe paper and festooningof 1 car Slabs A: Lumber ( ) f
January Victor records are now on IN MEMORIAM OO red and white. Into the scheme From Zachary's MilV' consigned! to

R.' DeWitt Brown.J. Mi. and Mrs. W. H. McAlister, of ALL OF NEXT WEEK TO BE GIVEN O bamboo was also worked effectively. Yellow Pine LumberCo.Kisslmee,1; 7

M. Huffman spent Christmas North Chattanooga Tenn_ who.have OVER TO NATIONAL PLEA . .. .O..O. O..OOO.O.OOO.c..tlo Miss Roberson presided at the piano Fla. .
and been visiting here several doys, left as accompanist for the song andMiss "
with his parents Mr. Mrs. Stew- Hall Lodge No. 10
for their home. They TO PROVIDENCE FOR "PEACE. Friendship CHAUTAUQUA; ASSOCIATION .
art Huffman at l Davenport. Monday expect Knights of Helen Bass played with the or-
to return; later and remain permanently AND UNITY"-L1ST OF MEET, Pythias chestra. VThe Chauteuqna association held'a' j
I Kissimmee Fill Dec. 80 1915. '
. Miss Helen Jones left this week for Mr. McAlister having pur- INGS AND WHERE WILL BE It having pleased Almighty Goo in While the Su .day school<< orchestra meeting' Wednesday night and duly' ''
visit with relatives and friends in chased a place nonethe city. ? his played a selection three shepherdsappeared considered >the matters in band.'and, 4't 4
HELD. providence, to call from to his
us '
adjourned to meet at the Presbyterian i
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Plant City and Bartow. and sot on the stage in
,tf know any winter vioitors final reward, our beloved brother Z. church Monday January at1'*,
you front of the reproduction of the man. ,n 3rd, .
W. therefore be it resolved that
Victor records now in thetcity ask them to to theWoman' Bass o'clock '' '*. '
January go
are now on The local churches will observe the ger in which Christ was born. MissRoberson p. m. :
bow in submission to Him who in '
ale. R. DeWitt Brown. Club, opposite the Valley. we t
week of prayer January 2-9. as set "Silent Night.-
his divine dispenseth all things sang th want a "i'th.Vc ley'
mercy *
Gazette office, and register. Miss Council
the The of Gauttde '
apart by Federal of the remainder the programwas j'
J. .i:. Bowen a prominent citizen of Rogers is in charge every' afternoon after His Divine will. each week. '
Churches of Christ in follows
America. The as : 0 ,
Resolved that hold dear the ,
visitor in Kissim-
we
Davenport was a and visitors will have an opportunityto
general them. will be "Peace and 01 Recitation-The Advent Night1Gervldine .
beloved brother because
Tuesday. memory our .
mee get acquainted with the townspeople '
Unity. The subjects for the various Lesley.Song
of his virtues, his
.. ,Every Victor Recerd' January list and their fellow visitors. days of the week will be as follows: and kindly many spirit, his open generous hand-I -"Seeking Christ the King*, ; '

,- now in stock. R. De Witt Brown. 'The regular meeting of St. John' Sunday, Jan. Sermons on Reconciliation toward the needy. by school. ArejYourElectric
Guild will be held at.b.. home of Mrs. lea 64:10; Acts 10:86; Resolved that the sincere -i, Recitation-"The World's Greatest
Boy's ribber union .suits. 60c' F. H. Rom. 6:11 Cor. 5:18-19. Each sympathies Gift." Vera Johnson. J
G. W. Best 403 Verona street, next ; pastor of thus lodge be tendered his Lights ,
Lawson, new Riven' Builalnlr.Mn. Tuesday afternoon January 4th at will have charge of the subject in family and relatives, and may His ; Sonc-"There' a Song in* the.Air," f

P, John Crumb, of Bartow, is 3 o'clock. All the ladies of the Episcopal his own church. divine blessing ever accompany them by Miss Lawlor's class. Out;of Fix? 1j ;'
Monday Jan. 3rd, at the Presby "Story of Jesus" by Caroline Frlpp. ,
invited
church are cordially ) to and lead to a final reunion in the
the guest of Miss Lola Lawlor this
terian RatS.. W. Lawler leader. home.: Orchestra selection.
week.: be present.Mrs. Monday Jan. 3.-Peace; Intern heavenly Resolved, that these resolutions be .Prayer -Rev. S. W. Lawler. Call Ofcmola. 'Electric::Co, '1. '

W. B.-Crawfonl left Sunday for aHe E. G- Face,'of Papillion.,NeU. tional and National I.,.. 12; Acts 17. : span read one the minutes of the lodge, Song ,by primary, department "Little ,C. LCARl1NER.; Mar., ,
business trip to )Richmond: Va. Miss Alice-WelUi, of. Grtna, -N' ., 22-28.Rom. 18; I Tim. 2:1-8. that a copy be delivered the fain- Gifts, We Bring.? !
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f'! *". return this evening. and Miss ,Arma Patterson-of-David ';Tuesday-Jan.. 4th. .t the Methodist fly'of OUT brother, and be publiched inthe Exercise "What Shall I Give. Him" Hou.t .Wiring; 'Pbit",...*.

.r City, arrived Wednesday to spend .church. Dr. W. B. Witherspoen leader. Kissimmee paper, and that tho by eight juniors. and Repairing
.. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston and some time as the guests of Mr. and Tuesday. Jan. 4-Peace through: hall be draped for 30 dlys in his memory i Recitation-"Three 'Years I'' Bring" \,[. '

baby motored to Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs.. W. I. ,Barber. Christian ervi e for Jews and Gentile Jno. T. Lesley. ..t M.' ""M x. o A DW'A.r: .. f
Th.y visited relatives there and re-- *, Abroad and at Home., For all' J. M. GARDNER Song "Santa" 'Alene Bradley.: ,' , ,
.turned to Kisaimmee.on: Tuesday.Dr Deputy: Sheriff Bob Campbelirt Missionary societies. Ps. 67 1... Ufl F. C. BRYAN I Recitation-"In the ,Xing' ,Sera ',f.
to Fort Myer Sunday and returned 8:18; Act 1:1-8; Mark 6:1-!0: : - .
J. 8. CADEL .
Geiger wishes te sunwunce that Monday,with Robert L. Miller charged Wednesday, Jan. 6th, services; at ._ . . "0 -I- '

in the future his office will be located on a warrant with failure ,to' provide tech of the churches each pastor. ::8'. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET ', .. . -
in the.rear of the new Ca>rn r Drug for his 'children. leading in his own church. I .' SPECIAL REPORT 't,.." < '

Store Broadway and Posslel aenne.EveryVictor .. bond for hi* appearance In court Wednesday'Jan.. 6th-Unity in the >. H. 1" :J.:,A.'ailicL&r... :
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'.," ...-J rI4 a, tor trial and ieturned'immediatelyto Churchthroughout the World."' Pa.. 'f, National Yards ,IlL I r. l-
list ; Stock I ., to.L.f"A ..... ..... :
Record In' Jsmtanr Fort Myers.Ir. .. 183; Isa;26:8;, 67:19; John 17}, Ep + Dee: 28. 1916. M.BREAKER ... "" u... !,. + ,
now.In stock ,R..Be,Witt Brown., 4:1-16; I'Cor.; 121227. T 11'Cattle receipt 8600.. The condition '

)'111'Faj-'J Perry.' of Odd, Col- : and Mr*. J. A. Simmon*, of Aneadik Thursday Jan. 6th. at the Baptist ,of the market ha been very ,& BARCLAY
' the -ef 'Mr.v and .

'.' =M legs MTa. Charles Oblo,- is N.visiting Paver? of hermoth.r.Cincinnati,,: Mn. ,II.were. H.',Ingram guests this,, week.' Dr. church.>Thursday Rev., Jan.A. M fi.<.;..Chi.holme'lead.r.Peace by Education Uons tory this grown,weekvBarring cattle are 15 to few.tlet.c-I'| Real Estate-and Insmranc*,," '**'' :

who is the winter her Simmons' returned to Arcadia aftera In'Schools, College and Univer er. Canners S4.25 to .fleshy .. 'Kisslrmn.'Fla:4- ', .' % .
[Ohie, spending .n. &
,, : few but 'Mrs. Simmons .
,' d.YP1', ,
sities. Ps'119:9.18Prov. 8:1.26 .
; ; ; 8; cow 94.60 w 1Ii; fat cows' $5 to J. M. COOPu. a.r.,1; ".
,f MMlss "'tl'l."wll1"' .... ..' her,prlgtaary will ''remain- for some 'time. Mr*. 22:86} Isa.. 82:16-17' ; '5.60; heavy bull<$6 to' $$5.60} light .. ,; "' \..' ,,,, ,, ,': r-t"',1:1; !:; A ;"" 'I,I',. ', ; :. \ '
.' and kindergarten'private school Simmons 1*..a sister of. Mrs: Ingram. Jan 7th. at 'the! Christianchurch. bull $4.40 to '$'.86; oxen $a to $6;
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n..' ,. : on Serener street on Monday, January8roV Reed'received., eotorday''aspecimen ir.A.. ':J.' {lolt,-loader.; thin steers and heifer $4.40 to $4.85;
n < Slater- Friday Jan.: 7-The't ,Family''.'and fleshy steers and heifer $5 'to $5.40; .. ,. .'

.. ct the famous bl.-potatoes Youth: Spiritual Training. .Deut 6: ''good steers and heifer $5,0 to $6. ,rI . .
RAG: Corsets, $1.00. .:F. K. Lawson grown in Montana. The potato wa 4-9; Ps. 34; Pi. 122; Matt. 18:1-4111 I Hog receipt This trade wae active :.!; .
sent to him by Mrs. J. C.. Brown of '9:11" : .
Rivers' Building. : Tim. 8:14-17. "
new ,
and 5 to lOe higher today on .,
Providence and in order to give it a Saturday Jan. 8th at the Bethel of,r .
good 1 weight than yesterday. The s
V. L. Dibble arrived this.week from trial in Florida .on. the potato was Mission of the Baptist church in mrhter kinds sold at steady' prices.The .
Alton Kan. on his usual winter given to Senator A. E. Donegan who .,'
South Kissimmee, Dr. W. B. Wither- top of the market was $6.80 with "
visit and his many Kissimmee friends will have It cut up and planted on his leader and all the bulk
spoon pastor to of the good hogs weighing 160 d,
.are extending him cordial welcome. farm at Campbell Station. make talks in this meeting.Saturday lbs. and upwards sold at $6.50 to ry 1..." ,
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Mr. and Mrs. George W. Persons The Bryan restaurant at the corner Jan. 8-Peace through $6.70; pigs!' 110 Ibs. to 130 Ibs. at .
left, Monday evening for a visit of of Broadway and Darlington avenue Brotherhood; Reform and Social Ser- $5.75 to $6.25; with lighter pigs at ' 1...' ,'I

several days in Tampa, Bradontown was closed up( this week.\ H. E. vice. To promote health labor conditions $5.60 to $6.75; all rough hogs sold at

and St. Petersburg. Bryan, the proprietor, could not be purity and temoeronce. Ps. $6 to $6.25. Call 'Phone h .J
seon to give a statement of the closing 85:9-13: Ps. 87; Isa. 83:20.24; Luke ..f
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W. and left Buck-
W. King family of the restauranthaving gone to 10:25-37; Rom. 12-14.

head for Kissimmee Saturday, to Jacksonville on business. It is un- The services will begin at o'clock Important to Citrus Growers ...,. 11,

spend Christmas in that hustling little derstood that there are several claims p. m., and the Christian people are invited One Mllion Citrus Trees.. ',> "''..'.,, .... '
city.-Ok.eechobee Call. to heartily. The tonics .
against the busin.ss which will be adjusted cooperate '
are vital and timely and should .
In the court eq
Ask for January catalog of Victor' have careful consideration. Let everybody Write postal today for valuable In- "r. N dUa'4'.

Records R. DeWitt Brown. I: C. W. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. RalphM. attend. formation 'a* to Citrus Trees. Im- ',. ,til'! ,.
Ward and daughter. Miss Cora, Sunday Jan. I 9th. at the various " t. ,
Rev.. and Mr*. J. S. Sulivan of portant to you whether 700 wish to "> ';" ' ;
motored to Daytona Tuesday. Mrs. churches the pastor in charge.
Tenn.. will arrive this evening d
Eagleville to spend the winter in Kissim-- Ward returned with her father-in- Sunday .Jan. 9 Sermon: The boy or Hot. Largest Citrus NurseriesIn , ..... .. .,.,Mq.' ,"1' .., ,
ureaIf law. C. W. Ward, while young Mr. Prince of Peace In Victory and Glory. Florida on Sour Stock. Welildt ." ,'/ ...:I.I,t-'r''." 'M PI'

" Ward and daughter went on to Miami P. 110:1; Isa. 9:6-71: Luke 19-38; Nurseries., Leesburg'; Fla. 44tJanl I" ...
you are a winter visitor in Kis for'a stay ref several day' He- will Eph. 2J141 I Cor. 15:25: I Tim. 6:16; I ;

simmee call at the Woman's Club opposite Join Mr. Ward Heb 10-12-18; Red19:116.. :i' < "H'' .. ,I
sin
their home New '
the Valley Gazette office and will return to ) :

register. York city.: CARD OF THANKS LA AND FEVER CURED .. I .
GRIPPE? .'f; '.:" \\1/::;;
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Tho Rev. and Mr*. A. J. Bolt and bk;; p. ,
Miss Emma of the < We wishto friends '
Tyson all
graduate ,,
our
!'YonrQuick', Chill.Tonic cured '.. ,: .
Dr.M. J. Hicks and family were dinner St. Petersburg High school, class of who extended'' to n* their sympathy my ;) # ;, : ,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lan. husband,.of LaGrippe and Fever.,af ter I' ,f-l-' f' "
1914. is in the city spending 'the and many. kindnesses at the time of ... .. ," -' ..... '
. cuter. 'Chr1atm&a day. Christma holidays a* the guest -of the death of Z. W..Bass. To them we the doctor medicine and other rem- : ".'!;,. .w.-, ,t. '.:. ; 'P..' i tI

Ask for January catalog of Victor Dr. and Mrs. J.*E. Ennis. She la on extend our heartfelt- thank> and"appreciation die,failed." .' ., I ; ': ",".. ,f""I' ', "
her way: to Tallahassee to:tb--tate for. their condolence; which '' \ :.r- 1'\.i ;: :f'fl "
Ro eorde.- R. DeWitt Brown. LULA C. ROACH Fla.' ,
teachers' eonyentl n. She has been have m..nt.IO, much to us,.-Mrs. C. I. prifton, \ : : :

"::.' Laru.. Alderman of Miami .i.r is teaching school near St. Cloud for thepalt.t F. Prevatt and. family.. .. ' d'bJ" Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.tfie "So tho People flay J Kuow" \ ; : :. {
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hire to spend the holiday season visiting year-.8t.;:getersburgIndepen : h t, .
'* Mr...and Mrs.."E. L.-Lesley, andother'.relatiyes. v*' ," . ,;. , .' "
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. "* ' .h It la avmored tb'ct.U 1'e&IOft.ef W.. s lA' The. .Valley Gasetl'a dedri\ &Y'i6'; : : .' :r! \\t'.:\ '"
Mrs &'Wt Christmas F. Chandler's going to .Kissimmee.i. t ti
l Grady spent print all the news ail'the time, bat 'J'... . i
with Mr. at Lakeland. Mr. for the purpose '0fjoinlng-his, hand, ;I ,. ,
Grad"1 ales. Hems are, sent iia I ky, phost*., ,
Grady Fort Myers; heartland fortune, 'with\,Miss SadieKing card or letter, w* cannot hope t* get 1 ..I '. ,
. where he 1* engaged in the jewelryand of that place. ?Miu King is the :Sfatt : Year ... it . If y ea knew of say Item ofew y. ; !: .
: Netf ? ) l '
I' optometrybusiness.JMen's'woel: daughter of ''W. W.r ICIng; and Mr. ? ,Right. *.The.,Valley. Gasctt*,will be.very '. :!.:">, ,i '. . .1 "
1 of thepptsr'Asher :
Chandler
one : . ,.
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shirts $2.50 closing out the lak.' i Th. wedding wiD cIa4.teprlaa. \ .4>. '.<"<: <,
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on .
men .; . .. .' '
'. at $L00., 'F...IL Lawson. take place tomorrow and the newly'weds .i .....--...::' : orx .. .."t", Y '.' .4'

,:J, //Mr will spend Christmas and their Buy 'a', modern watch guar": ) School.notes;* peopl.atdagOaway. or3.coming ,:'.'...' , I I L.

,',, ; Harrriisn,Kay. tthe guest honeymoon in Kissimmee,";''returninglater .. backmarriages! death or f' .. ,fig I
baby of .. are f4' .
) to Okeechobee, where they.wplak ahteed- keep accurate' births"' :items eoaceraiag visitors,, "'r 'y
." -ofMr.. and'Mr. *. L. K. Farmer. Mr. JI! their b9m*,-Ok *cbobe* Call. : 11 *" .....1.. .pent..... real cetat deals,, :
.Cftrpther*,I* a brother of Mrs. Far. < ** "T' "*' ** j" : .. la out .4 '
I ""JftW; '" .!I/'" ,1"" .. :'AzBabb; ! Shingle Creek, was A, ,.': on" ' la fact aaythiag that will make .Th*, ".
';:; on* .f the first-strawberry.* ..n'of I ,'.ValUy Gasett! move iaterMtlng, t* its..readers. ., c. of
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'I.Jlu Kissimmee: : ( Valley Gazette sula ol Florida, underlain at/no great'depth by himself solid with the soil-tiller. toeredaScott County -" '

4 ', limestone* which 'ere'' not the work: ,of' corals and in a'1909 Cadillac'visible, c1i.tributiDlliteratuw.. < ,-.- L :"" . .

", which'were formed long before therecent, epoch. calling meetings*, ticketing the bellrcow of < f SAID ABOUT : 'I
tt r '.......... ''lDyepp !elag1 , '. For the last 34 these fundamental every KISSIMMEE, \ ,+i iAND
..... '/. .....,. ite.,, s.l dress ;1'w. _- -.. .mrs year rock of' township, :aDd doing other'needful. thing, in connection 1"
Florida, often called the Ocala limestone, have been with the formation of a county agricultural 'OSCEOLA'COUNTY' : \ \

; B. HAH9IS AND SB. O. VAN AONEW.. OwMr. thought to be nearly equivalent in age to the Vicksburg -'I' organization. The. Commercial'! dub I provided, 'an > .I ,. , I I j !.

S .. XA'1GLIII. B4lt_ ..* -.._... limestone of Mississippi and Alabama and otbce furniture, stenographic help. and' iD\her'\ ne _-c. d. . ._ .1 ;/ ,'
>Ii - have been called the Vicksburg group A short cessaries. the government, contributed, $..200 a ........ e ff. . .................. It ... .. .. ... .,..t 'r

.oa.edpt1.. ft.t..1 time ago C. Wythe Cooke of the United State ''The cattle : still ,going* /' :' ,';
{ Ceor year.' the} Business men'of Davenport dug an are -large nipped the- bushes before''they' had' 7; ,
I On. Copy, On Tear ._...._..___.. ..._.._ up number from( JUa.Inmue.tovT.ras. ; ; ,
I1-IJ logical Survey discovered that the : : quit t "I.yilIn aomswaeeUena. ofV
On. Copy. Six Month ____________________ 1.00 Ocala or so' even l larger sum, and the farmers of Scott County +Si
1; I On, Copy Thr. Month ............_..._... .", called Vicksburg limestone of Florida contains yielded $124.19. With a favoring wind. their hipped Recently by twenty-two the Malloy.Lesley. carload ,Com-were FJorida the Arcadia they. do Enterprise not t6&r -the commenting frottL-,\ ,)I I fflfand

many fossil remains of sea shells of the same specie moan ,could be heard for ,Aiile. panjrEn Lake Rejrl ll. upon' the eggplant story say that; ,
i lhj, ; Correspondent All communications. mu.t be, except'signed from by the our writer.authorised that occur in the marl near Jackson. Mis, and that Cheered by the results, we induced kindly millionaire !- Henry planting" -+bf- ,Irish'potatoes In DeSoto county the .truckratllnl'', \ :

Rejected matter will pot b. returned unleii called are known to have become extinct before the rock with a penchant for agriculture to guarantee are being mad at Kiasimmee. The eggplants would not have been wor- ..,.. '
w for.yf ried even about frost. But .. J
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at Vicksburg were deposited. It therefore the o'f deficit be growers vei I
appear payment any thafcunight'! incurred are preparing to take advantage if the
acre only yielded $700 :
M (Kntered In the Pontofflcn In Klsalinmeo. Florida, that the Ocala limestone is of about the same age and launched the Scott County Farm Improvement of the heavy fhortage re- of "eggs" this '6&lOn. that i I. wort sonv ;'t 11 t.
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4 aa aecond-claas matter. as the Jackson formation and is considerably older League upon a chilly world. Then 'we ported this crop-+--Florida Grower.- well. and the trucker' wa no doubt I .q\I 1..i

{ \ than has heretofore been supposed. Instead of bought a second-hand fordc'ar and tank of Friend Nau rle' work enough-pleased to stop,gathering 1""
, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1915. being or recent oril n. as was thought bv Affassiz hire a solemn young man from Ames and ga.oline'l We can't foreetlie -- the queer-looking, oblong else} purple
-- things and start something his r
run. Klssimmee's on "
Ir and Le Conte the- Floridian plateau was i in existence I I ready for business. Bright Gazette. land. The cool weather that happen "\

+ ,); Start the New Year right.I during the Eocene era.- -probably 2,000,000 Our success was not very immediate. Although -Tampa Tribune. along in .ome sections of this wonderful .
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r :; years ago. I the young man from Ames can tell from looking ata -- -+- state does not mean Idkn.--i r v''' 1
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a if ( Do something for Kitsiminee. .. . rolled oat whether it was planted with a drill ora there The are Valley more Gazette tourists in claims Kisulinmee that the land.-: Florida-:e Times-Union.- >V '."

it',1 _: :_ shot-gun and is equally proficient in other directions than at this( time last ye- Perhaps The Kissimme Valley Gazette"eelfri .,
$1! Plan now to make the year 1916 the best yearin WHO AM I 11 WHAT AM I 11 he was at first the object of considerable almost every other FlroWa town can bested its eighteenth birthday, last (
," yourlife's history. suspicion. Some farmers met him on the wrong shout the same glad tldin&Clearwater week. If any paper in the state should ":I+
; . J am the foundation of all business Sun.Osceola be proud of its success it should be ;,'I
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't" side of the front gale with their on their -+- the valley] Gazette. To its efforts! are ,)
frfl. ,:, I l Resolve that you will boost the city county I am the fount of all prosperity Ingersolls and some of them shooed their stock is to have a public nursery largely due the remarkable growth of
E ) I am the parent most times of genius. for fruit and ornamental trees. One Osceola "
and state in which you live. in the barn when the second-hand fordcar hove in county. ,
I am the salt that gives life its of the first uses to which trees from When the Kissimmee Valley absorbed .,""
t ';1f -: :- savor. I'sight. I His advice was as welcome as a case of this will be the t ,
nursery will
put be to Osceola Gazette
r.. ;.; d l There is always hope in the man who actually I am the support' of the poor. (i i smallpox and was followed as literally a* the ten line the Dixie HighwayLeesburg( years a Kissimmee was a eighteen town of ';,
; and earnestly works. In idleness alone there i it isdespair. The rich who try to do without me deteriorate t commandments. And when he insisted there were Commercial: about a thousand, was the only town \ ..

: , .-Thomas Carlyle. languish and usually fill premature graves. better methods of testing seed'corn than by looking) An Osceola county-+- truckor raised in the county and contained about 1'I ..

t .j '- I am the primeval curse yet a blessing .that t no at it wisely through a pair of ten-cent spec ; that $700 worth of eggplants Off one acre half its population. is .'

i. I If you can't make a resolution to boost Kissim healty man or woman can be happy without. cholera serum was not invented by blackheartedconfidence of land. We understand the plants nearly TodayKissimmee If not quite four thousand a town and of ",
' Nations that woo me arde tly rise; nations that the farmer from his were not half done laying when the'rost Osceola made the 'i/"
'a r' mee and Osceola county during the New Year. men to separate hit them. Had greatest growth of '
: 'I. then resolve to move to some city and county that neglect me die. |,I loose change; that alfalfa will grow in Scott County DeSoto he might still he be been selling down in any county in the state in the past t
k It if I who have made the United States what vege- ten years according to the last cen-
j table
'.r' you can boost. ill and that sprayed trees yield more and better poultry from that same acre.- sus. .
,\ -" is today. I have built her matchless industries, /"' fruit he was looked upon as a hopeless and dangerous Arcadia Enterprise. S The reason for this t is simple; for <

: When you see a member of the city council. opened up her rich minerals laid her incomparable I lunatic. Within sixty delays tho new brick several years the Osceola county -commissioners I,

j ask him to make a NFw Year's resolution that he railways reared her cities, built her skyscrapers. J I Two years elapsed plant at Kissimmee will commence subscribed for a thousand
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I have laid the foundation of fortune in untested did lusirpss with a capacity of copies The. Valley Gazette and
I will ee Lake Tohopekaliga bulk-headed before America from every ; Tested corn came up, and corn bri..k p..h .!..v 'f'h.__ ft__ ._ l_30,000ufactured ___ scattered them among homeseekers.-
tt < another twelve months have' passed. Rockefeller's down. I not ; serum-treated hogs lived and untreated hogs under u : The Valley Gazette, being one of ,
y .. . I alone have raised from the ranks and a patent, are of lightweight Florida's healthiest ;; \
I V ,,.' -. .- men up died; sprayed orchards bore fruit and unsprayed and possess all the durability boosters, has brot
Good resolutions to make for the New Year: maintained them in positions of eminence.I orchards did not; alfalfa grew and thrived and returned of.the common paving brick. Cypress things the people. The people have found "

? "We want more good roads leading from Kissimmee I am the friend'and guide of every. worthy big yields. The farmers began to smile sawdust and hydroline, under a pressure at Osceola represented is forging and as to a consequence the- ,.

"J to'connect with the good roads of other counties." youth. If he sticks close to me. no prize or placeis upon the young man from Ames. Some gave him of ingredients fifty tons, of compose which the tho component front.

* * "We want to see a bulkhead and boulevard beyond his reach. If he slights me. he can haveno buttermilk. A few invited him to supper. The are made.-Palm Beach Post. brick Bradford county can do the same

I ''i built along the edge of Lake Tohopekaliga." enviable end. live bank president began to believe some of his thing. We by the use of printer's ink. .
y The Kissimmee wish the Valley Gazette .
., I. I am the sole ladder that leads to the Land of The Secretary of this Valley Gazette has thesuccess
." own agricultural predictions. it
just completed ita 18th year of publi- so richly deserves.-Ral
: The School of Experience has more students Success. organization began to hope. And the farmers be- cation. It is one of the best Florida Iford Tribune. i

matriculated in its course of instruction than any Sometimes men curse me, seeing in me an archenemy gan to give' up money. papers that come to our exchange ta -+- I
y Other institution of learning. There are no fixed but when they try to do without me life Another year slipped by I ble, and the fact that, after eighteen Just In passing Brother Editors i.
of we want in Leesburg for UHT "
rears publication it is you the
of tuition but the sometime leaves the turns bitter and meaningless and goalless. The ond-hand fordcar and the prosperousand
rate cost se young well patronized ie sufficient meeting. Maybe this is a little early
ii j*' '' student without financial means of meeting the I must be loved before I can bestow my greatest man from Ames are welcome guest on roof of its merits. The Gazette in to be passing the word around, but

VHigh, Cott of Living. blessing and achieve my greatest ends. Loved every farm. The live bank president is knownas Its last issue urges'the. citizens to get we want everyone of you to know it :.
v I make life sweet and purposeful and fruitful. the farmers' frienc, and his rural make with preparations for State Press before t you go to Kinsimmee this
-: :- deposits
Co vention for 1916, which will be spring and we want the idea of I
In ,"the story of Susan Lenox Her Fall and Fools hate me; wise men love me. him blush. The Secretary; of this organization calls held in Kissimmee, and we know there I epending the next session time "in

,'ej' ; ?,:J- Rise" in Hear.t's Magazine. David Graham Phil- Savages some rich men and many rich women the farmers by their first names and hopes one of will be a big time awaiting the press the Lake-girt Hills of FlofidV1 to be -,

rv, .! l < lips uses this sensible and apt expression : "Never shun me-to their undoing.The them may some day join the Commercial Club. bunch when they convene several' thoroughly implanted in your minds. .

i l 1: ,'. let look poor or act poor until you have giants who fill the presidential chairs of The government still produces $1,200 a year the nonths hence jt n the shore of Lake Ie will be in keeping too. Last..
To-hopa-hopa-say, how do spring
J grow railroad industrial : you pro- you went to the sea-kidsd, .-
our our organizations
.i ,;; 'I :>\te up the sponge. The'world judges by ap- systems great business men still dig up even more but the farmers nounce the blamed thing? Tohopa sands of the Atlantic shore. TM| ;,
1;;;, t a*, pearances. Put your first money aDd your last into our colossal mercantile establishments and our --God bless 'em !-are parting With about a thou- hppa,-Tohopacalico. Guess that I is spring you are going to the hub oT

'".i : .'." ;vclothes.: And never tell a hard luck story. Always institutions of learning almost without exception. sand. The sun shines the birds sing the corn right or at least that is about as near the prairie land. Next spring you are 'f 6_

;,{t x seem i to be doing well and! comfortably looking out owe their place* to me. grows thick as clover the hogs die of old age the as hope we to can be recollect.there. At any rate, we due The in these rugged hills of Lake. '1'{'
? -Estoro Eagle.Osceola latchstring is ) .
'n., : i forwa.chance: to, do be Jer. The whole world runs I can do more to advance youth than his own alfalfa is cut twice a week the orchards groan wiTh -+- when you come there will always be no out latch-, but

. "t from' poor'seeay people and wlllmperer.." parents be they ever so rich. the weight of sanitary sprayed fruit and the Scott county is a fine place for string. There will be no door. There !;l

mJ ''' ; '* \::;:*& _: :'- lam, the support of the' millions; indirectly the County Farm Improvement League is considered to truck coming growers from, according that section.to the One reports will be only the arch of welcome t" ; *
t'w support of 'all. be the best ding-busted organization in the whole through which you Will pass in that (
t : ,It cost be'AI"Q'! his entire front page because I the. of all trucker raised $700 worth of eggplants which will have been prepared, for '-.
am creator capital. blamed state. off a single acre, and the frostSTATE '
Many L?, Hegel wai fleeted! mayor of Sarasota. He Wealth is me stored you.-r-bur& Commercial. ;_ ?
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L-d.good frut .of Mayor-eleetHigel_ 1 in the center yours .. ..1 '
I am represented in every loaf or bread that IRVING C. NORWOOD. ,
;ot' the front, page.,with the. folloWing explanation. from the in train that "
comes oven crosse .
k every Secretary.
; ,4 .tot its'reader*}, the continent in every'ship 'that steams over the ., : : 'I
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-"In settlement of a wager wilhT;" C. William, r. PRESS .l
ocean. in every newspaper that come from ti.e.. t COMMENTS ,
'l, :in which I agreed, in lh :event of Higel' election, MOTHERTHE WORLD'S' GRANDEST NAME .

',to' give', him the first Pale,of the? Sarasota Sun"or press. ,',- : f. rfi', ._ / AA. _ .
I zealously 1 I cultivated t in America 'thanin .iri.-Bi 99999'.9.0000.
am more : . n. n..otOOoto.. fO" OO
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'have'myhair'cut:abort..I herewith hand him the Y
c : : most other countries, especially by of wealth.I What better resolution make
r men can any.man a* Jacksonville Is recognized at "the
first page It take. time hair. setting the for the nation "iJ"
w to grow AJLLYN." I am sometimes overdone-voluntarily by the he stands.on the threshold of a new year than tobe rateway to Florida" Probably thiswhy growth and pace the has just begun In to

.!. "RUBE ambitious, involuntarily by the oppressed and the the kind of.a man his mother would like him to : open/la some want the city to be "wide grow. And why shouldn't she :One 'J

fI -: ''- very young. be. to live the life that she would have him live Palatfca\; -Times+- Herald. visit to Florida with a careful study .',

static'Rau, ; : But in moderation I'am the very oxygen of the to think the thoughts she would have him think tion of the will-convince conditions and general a tua- ?.- !
THE FORIDA OF THE the most '
FUTUREIn skeptical .:
> ablebodied. even though some sure of my constancy ,to do the things she would have him do? that Florida holds out snore for the :

'1 : during the' year just closing than in any other look upon me as loathsome. A little taste MOTHER-the grandest name that/ ever was" speaking of the need for more neuter than 'does any part of the na .":'..r
ii southern, state. During the year 503.27 miles of of my absence quickly .brings them to their senses. written.' aDd better roads, the Jackson, Mich., tion. Her climate is almost even 1 A

x, road were built in' sixteen southern state Of that My followers among the masses are becomingmore What better time to think of her and her hopes Patriot pays Florida a high compli- heat.there being Florida", no extremes in cold or a
_ t f ;amount 88.35 miles were built in Florida. That and powerful They be: than climax to the joyous Christmas time? ment when it says: 'Thousands of than has soil that compares
more every year. are : as a Northern people will be going to Florida more favorably with the soil in
r ;r' R ;tthi ratio i.i likely to continue i i. also shown by ginning to dominate governments' to overthrow What better time than the beginning of the new soon where hundreds go now."- the most productive states, and there ",

r fdy' '.figure compiled to show the amount of railroad anachronistic dynasties. year the "turning over of a new leaf Not only is it a compliment, but it isan is opportunity for three and four "

_ ,,. "\\f', <,< '' track to be laid during the coming year. It is ea- I am the mother of democracy. How much} mo re we would all realize from thi.worLd absolute truth for Florida is now be crops produced where but in one or two crops can _':
v doing more to attract the most other sections
visitors ,:
rtimated that 1108.92 miles will} be built in 1916.In ;
: All progress springs from me._ of atrrfeof rivalry. of Dreed of avarice of riving them more to see than ever Almost everything that can be grown ;..;.
'I". the* proposed list of mileage Florida again lead The man who is bad friends with me can never envy of hate, of war: of petty bickerings and efore. These same visitor. attractedto I in other states can be ;
:::Vwilh 124.65 mile Florida also the who greater or lesser success in Florida '
I II get very far-and stay there. selfish desire, if we could but place a* a standardof are one are And with t
it
all
Florida's :
I The man who i i. good friend with me who i i. not our every act the question : "What would mother becoming permanent settlers, who kre had at Means within the soil can be ;", :,.
reach
: a.-; sitting in building the great state of the
That Florida cattle is attracting '
I country afraid of me, can go-who can tell how far? have me do? Florida is destined to become average man. Acres that produce as : ..,
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ts the capitalists the north r shown in the following ( many dollars the \ .
Who am I? To a mother there i is no greater hope than heiton. as most productive' '
;" ,Stem printed in the Jacksonville Metropolis1 : What I II > "THE STATE IS GROWING soils elsewhere can be had for some
am
t;//1 />' One of the most important land sale that ha I AM WORK. To her he i i. the idol upon whom all her garlandsare NENT MORE THAN SETtLERS'TWICE AS IN THE PERMA-REST I..in times favor a tenth of Florida's as much. future.Everything The- I.\ a'

peen,consummated in this ,section of the state for From Finance Business and the Business of Life. hung. OF THE NATION," comments the I Michigan paper is absolutely correct ;.'
+ *i, time was made last week when the Dowling'SJtanda Patriot. when it says Florida is 'destined '
some . To her he i i. a hero worthy of the laurel wreath'sof to ',, ;
'" : r ,Lumber company transferred 24.000 acre I become one f the leading states of '
all who know' him. No state in the Union has shown tI nation.
'of. land located in Clay county thirty mile. from SCIENCE AND FARMINGThe To her no matter how much the world may find the percentage of growth and development She e has bene Nothing given the can forward stop her. .!

,- c /Jacksonville to the Southern Feeding company of -" '- I in him to abhor it is always the good that seems Florida has) in the past Ave and she is collecting momentum push in 0;{ V\
,{-' [I Dayton. Ohio. day of the man who i ia so secure in the I oremost. rears.doubled In the in past decade it has nearly her progress day by daY.-Florida :;::,!

'ft ', The Southern Cattle Feeding company, which i'recently knowledge of what his own experience has taught To her he is but a child. whose every thoughtis population. Florida, is Metiopolis. '. .1
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_ ? '.: organized corporation with S. E. Strode him that he will have none of the teaching of an open book. A- '

r ,a* president,' will have their headquarters at Green other is fast' pasting awa'y: She sees in him the good that others obscure :. .00..0..0.00.0'.000: diction of the national government >tS .

:- of, Cove Spring The purpose of the company i is to In no phase of modern life is this truer than with their view of the evil. ""*-> o He has resided on the laRd 22 years. ,

'\ ,,raise and feed cattle for the southern and northern that of agriculture-farming if you will.It How much better this world would, be if everyman ODD BITS OF NEWS o4d44'004000099 + :: '

market They will start at once to dear and fence was but'a few years back when farmers were wa at his mother hopes him to be. .tOOO"OOOO' E.Wichita Fisher ,tries Kas to Whenever Mrs. Lou ,.t ?q'

: :,the:entrie tract. ruled by the moon and the things their fathers" did These few thoughts may strike a responsive Springfield, 111.-Mrs, Isabella Amid arm and side become telephone numIY'her and right she , v

i ''I" _. : :- before them. "No book farming for me, was a chord in the receptive minds of some of us ...the who weighed 400 pounds, died re- becomes unconscious. Her affliction, I:. JI{
.,/, 11 HOW OLD..IS FLORIDA\ common expression.Even new dawns. cently. It was necessary to hold the Is a case of nerves. Several years' ,
.' year funeral ,on" the porch as the coffin ago !she received a shock while tel.phoning ,
-.- now every once and a while we hear some They were brought to mind by the following .Il f '
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was large to'pail through the
*; Just'' a few years ago common pastime was farmer declare that he will stack his thirty year or lines written to Robert J. Holly editor of the Sanford doorway. 'Ten pallbearers were re- j.

,the attempt to olye a clever riddle="How old is more of experience against anything that he 'can Herald by .his mother Mrs. M. E. Holly; on quired., "I IMorgansto'wn i.Bldlfrdf, Me.-James Sargent has .

1 a ,; :ADn)" learn from books. But .the majority had begun to her 76th birthday, in, March. )1912: ....-:-- human original' human calf. It has a J
"> Within the last- few months a newer query but see that wrapped up in the covers of a book may be .- : WeaL Va.-Twenty j IA j luxuriant skin covered beard with human hair "' ...

:' ;' ( similar in phraseology, has arisen among the sciens the results of not only thirty years, but perhaps Do you know that your soul! i i. of my soul such part. years ago Lewis M. Runner left home I f I chin. When if attempts hangs to from bellow its 'it_
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I.. ''r.i !"i'G.ti.: :;' ,It.is! "How old it Florida>" At latest re- hundreds. That you seem to be fibre,and core of.my heart?, He for! had Washington neverbeen to''heard patent,from a device.since '{I;emits sounds resembling a child cryIng. ;,

; "i. "portt'"the formation'of thji peninsula began something None other'can pain.me' at you; dear, can doe; until recently when be returned Otherwise it i. a normal ealt ,, ,

sj 1 j.. Eke tw9, milliOD years ago. Davenport( ) None other.:can please' me dr praise me a* you- His wife who had always hcSme'I'1 New Marichester. Ind. $
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'a f'; I .;?::;- For ,many'yean the-orig a of the peninsula of lowing wittily written letter which shows how the Remember:the-yvdirl&will'be quick wihit( ? : blame, would arms come, back.welcomed J,'. him with hog -belonging *o*C.-O. Hue-leson day;V, .* '

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: !g:f .cieiati.tt:: Some: 60 yearago-, the'grfat: naturalist, attack of modern ideas: "like,Mother, like,Son!," u'a' saying'} true,"';; : 1.Cottage'Grove; Ore. -B.ri- (N olces I 5 couldn't got Into get a" huge outIt stack of straw ,Il-"",:tt'J

tJ I }', \Iou;a ;:A. ..iz- advini:ed the hypothesis,J''that the W. E, Holmes. Secretary Commercia Club. Sioux: The world.11! judge largelyjof; Mother J b y you,. set a hen and then decided ta nove to :pounds,-but when. feund;HiaJ weighed shrunk 250:; k'.. ?
: J.S '. reater"p.tt-of. the ""peD;D.ul. h.dbeeA, produced City..Iowa. / t"I S pokane.' 600 miles C 4tant.' Fie .hipped to less than too and was still alive ,
,' Dear Your B f then die task if' .k'it'shall be., i biddy,':her nest and all; >y ex j.
1.; : 'f 'duriria eomparatirely'sreceit time : by successive Bills quesdonaire received: TWKy yours, : l* : > press, and twelve of the fourteen I i"
r; A 'It )voWtb 'ofjcoral !ree ,,100* ,r.ti"iouthem'margin:; is i it/when an ordinarily seniible' individual: prepares I IV force the proud world
V? :' wldchfraa: ; thus., been' extended"larther", &D -; arthe'' :one!! of those infernal ,things, be -invariably j leave Be sure 1 it will ay.'when; Verdict: )"OU'.. Won v ,, ,. W.'wbh to than*; ourm nY'1rt.nd ''oJ !J';,

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; '&:Japph-Le Conta'restate&thia; TTew of the organic noneat.U.where:a page sin.eded i I )v .'; -' '.,.- .' MOTHER.. : tie, a fisherman, located) his hut on a \h. ,Werld ,lodges :for,;the'Woodmen JdDdn" of -i I\

P|;, '; irigmVof 'Florida\and 'I1Inated..that.. ewojkof: ;: .I'have' discarded "the questionaire' and''you'llbnd .' .. .' ,... r :,.' f '' small sand' bar lying'/ near the Missouri ,they .htnred11l during our recent bereavetnent 'rl',. ,,'.. .

>. ora1.has.betalargely supplemented by>u4 :' all'thefacts !in.' the J following..,.* briefly;":slated, "i ...,*,MO NnNGTHE; WATER 'WAGOri) . and ,
'...,-McKmento dropped by the Gulf Str a.i.:. i i'l : a. OI.ibJ.k; r, Three'million of"people> "in'i';,Colorado;;" tdaJi tiena.>;:zrLyde'tarnd: ;farmer J and lias them for the'nnany would"alw beautiful; .... :

... '. .Tfck hypothesU was 'generajhr 'aecepled: a* cor* C .In', the;iununer o'flJ912' the'Secretary'; of>'fEworgarr Oregon"'land:Washington ((1I ou.(the'.water;wagon I__.r. email ,fertwssy. MtfrtTsr Mia.s . Pert ,,1vhch{ 'tU7. eat '...floral' .06-...

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DAINT'F"FROC1' 'I \ .,NEW, .BRASS1EHE.! ; Cal advice ought atrngallnr attorney .1 while., :rCIQ ha4'P"'tt1'. well dis .AdverUied': n.t' for'the."two' ..warending" '
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: with reference to) suit h. de:. guia.dIt: WM enough ,to alai( anocean'liner. k 'Mm.
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... Made ''ei DettM' Mwlla: stockings In''coI4"'w..ther,or ,700,WUJ ; ..rod, Linen.,.and. Ribbon', -; : ,">Bowo: says the Buffalo Times The lawyer I' "Yovae de. econ' cemman dat' CarpenUd.: M. JI{ Carmicha*!.",'Char;
, , , Dan, Robert: Huffman; Mr*.' 4,
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r. have that pinched chilled look that la - looked ,op the atatatea and advisedhis I made kn almolur complaint /boat'dat Miss: Johnson. Sam (Cot)( McPhaul,'.

M Y. so unbecoming" Don't economise In 9 cU.D'.what course to pursue At raid. I don."tole d*, cook; an* he : Flora: PotUra.: > Calller; t

shoe leather. ,It la economy which-will the latter rose to leave the, office 'he flat it. .He tole-me when yuh come' Wright ,Pearl; ''Sherman! ':'ML. I*; ;'.

a probably cost' yon dear. asked: "What's your feet" in to tell )rub,, dat when yah Is' saved Thompson' ;'Ceo., Waahingtonj" ;Ualiocj ,
:. Don't give up taking exercise even G.' 8.1 f f.: -- r
If the weather to bad. ...brisk walk on "Oh, say three dollars," carelessly wid dat braid dat es yuh paaa'oat de B. B.; Simpson. ,P., M. tIt
responded the latorney. cashier 11 gib yuh a dyspepsia.tabit ''- "
a cold day to a complexion beantlfler. ;j
"' '" Don't fall to dry your bands thoroughly Whereupon the client proffered a to go' wid it free." several hens are Mt la on* room.'.

,J'J ( after washing If you wish to five dollar bill. The lawyer seemed it U desirable to .confine them In.good 1
bk IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS. nests,
them from getting chapped.-
prevent embarrassed. He carefully: searchedhis M

Don't forget to wear a veil If your I pockets and the drawers of his FEVERISH CONSTIPATED ".

skin Is susceptible ., cold winds. desk without finding the Look Mother If tongue la coated,
necessary
Don't wear heavy headgear. It la very
1 change. Finally he met the exigencyby cleanse little bowels with "Cali
bad for tbe hair. Deft let your rooms 3s "
get hot and stuffy. Always leave the y. pocketing the bill and observing, forma Syrup of Flga.

window slightly open at tbe top. as he reached for a digest: Mothers can test easy after giving Ll

An excellent lotion for preserving the "It would seem sir, that I shall "California Syrup of Fica," becaue In:

Colflr\ of fair hair Is made from camomile have to give you two dollars' worth a few hour all the cloggred-up waste a

flowers. An ounce of tbese shouldbe more of advice." sour bile and fermented food gently

r" a placed lu a bowl and about a pint moves out of the bowels, and you havea SEED BEANS:: .
of boiling water poured over them 1 ,itel cpy Conference at the Cafe .
M 1 t a e well, playful child again.
Cover tbe bowl and allow to stand for Mawnin' suh fine mawnin'. Ain't W. can male imnediat alab..t
1 ; Sick children needn't be coaxed to
a , ':. L a couple of hours, tben strain carefullyand .M pr'# c several meat of the NEW CROP 1915
seen yuh roun' foh mawnin's, "
: take this harmless "fruit laxative
use occasionally, dabbing It Into GROWN REFUGEE 1000 TO .
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the roots of the balr. suh. Hope yuh ain't bin off yuh feed. Millions of mothers keep it handy because 1 SEED BEANS and ether

The more fair hair la brushed the said the Senegambian garcon, as he they know of ita action on the varieties >
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better It looks. Brushing gives a gloss changed the pepper and salt from stomach liver and"bowels is promptand

! which eventually becomes permanentand starboard to port side of tho table> and sure. N SEED POTATOES cA

so Is far better than wbat brilliantine brushed off the crumbs that a pre- Ask your druggist for, a 60-cent I Iv
could Impart; also It frees tbe SPAULDINCS
vious patron had left according to bat of "
"California f
scalp from dust and makes tbe balr I IrB.E1'TT Syrup Fie, NUMBER FOUR ROSE -
the :Richmond Times-Dispatch. ,
which contains directions fo b.biea
grow. The brushes must be kept scrupluously trm_W.u.'l'. : '
"No," replied'! the "but that EARLY RED BUSS
clean; should be washed every guest children of all ages and for grownups.R.
left to Nothing Is more desired by the feminine s TRIUMPH .;
morning and dry. e. .
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heart in the springtime thanhand.ome I ...
All leading varietie .4 fan*. : g
t: Muslin "Petties" Return. new "undies. as our English II Field, and Garden Seeds. '.- a
Petticoats of muslin are back again cousins call them. One department '

tn the feminine wardrobe' after an enforced of underwear which the spring)) \5Vrite for catalogu*, land/.
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FLOYDDealer
'r MA retirement of several seasons maid and matron cannot supply too I k1Y"rice List, /', t,"
; duration. 'They are shaped somewhat lavishly is the brassiere department. 4 . ri

,, differently from their predecessors, Onehandsome 'Illustration of thesevel'1 In .1 E ,1' N HS;;( EEr i CO o:: C CkS >

; fS having been Influenced by the changing necessary adjuncts to milady's ,.. >>, ;
lines In outer apparel. toilet la shown In the Illustration. .. ., I. ,1kr street,4"

s Borne of the new model. Incline to Hand embroidered linen" with" real II. .' Groceries Ha.y, Grainaj\tLFccd ".,6 '>oLoII1DA,!""

S close fitting hip lines and a Oaring clnny lace .. used In development,.. : 50.. ""_,"_. > _

S Bounced and rlbboD' .bow. s..used to further Corner Broadway and TJaltin Are. w, iks1I
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There are others that are only moderately beautify 1J.t ,A. eat1Jnt o( pus.wait: lathe -. .." ''. "I' ',. ... I
wide through the hem. One reason neatly beaded seams, which do .. '., . i
Try Us on'Your Next Orde :Por'Pe d" .. ,. .,., ' .J. <' ,
advanced for the maintenance of away with the usual bulk where a .

4 CBa&TT0l.The the comparatively narrow petticoat is seam occurs. 1" .. '. '. When you bvSa )
that with the revival of the very wide :
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little kiddie has her Inning in outer skirt, particularly as advocated '" *Sk'*

i the little frock shown here. Nothing laver for dance purposes the need for theclinging HER SHOES.What ." .- ;. .' BREAD ;ter;;: a

more charming than dotted muslin foundation skirt is at once apparent -- :,
the Woman Who I. Well Dressed L
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and when combined with v.11a VrrlcUUble. '
The has a jacket effect Lingerie makers In Paris have not Will. Not Do. Ask for the BEST
gown ,
been seriously disturbed by be war. The woman who Is really well dressed 4

Ixxllce with an underlining of sheer Naturally this work Is done by women does not wear a smart frock and a May Lumber Co. We make it Every Greco ufe i

inflate to which tbe skirt la attached. and the greater trouble has l beento becoming hot and then ruin her whole P
Tbo skirt l III full with Insets of val
insertion outlined by ruffles of. val and get other It countries.transported to this country appearance pair of shoddy by shoes clothing run her down feet at in the a : Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 0. K. BAKERY'd;

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edging heel and perhaps unpolished., And yet

A blue satin sash and a blue satin Child Hygl.n. For Januar.xAnxious many women' who are fastidious as to YELLOW PINE LUMBER E. A. NIEMETER,. 'r ; ;
heir ribbon contribute the touch of "/ '
their who would not think Mitc&cUStmt
: mothers often err In one cf appearance 1
)'color to the costume, with which are.Y out of the house without their I. :
two ways In looking after the physical of going and Laths
white Shingles
' worn white silk stockings and wants of young children. They either suits being well pressed. their blouses A
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kid buttoned boots. line the medicine chest with gargles, being fresh and dainty, their veil ad kc

castor oil, cathartics and dope for Justed In Just the right way, will forget : HOUSE BILLS AOSPfCIALTY **

I SASH CURTAINS. colds or they neglect-the child's needs entirely to look at the condition of M. TILLERaM: '
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entirely. Physicians are recommend- their shoes. Perhaps these will be AD we ak i t1et"na. figure en year estimate [ ;

Materials For Making Thorn and Their ing mothers to get further away from worn and dusty and will be made still Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. Realwstatet-Agency t t'

Fashioning using the old time honored medicine uglier by being worn with a pair of I it ,
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chest They should take the soiled and crumpled spats. "
Sash curtain. should be measured suggestion Phone 21 Kissimmee fla. .< ; . .
4 k from the top of the Inside of the window offered by the Chinese physicians, I There is nothing prettier than well .. Rald'boutf; n4.oId;;...' ; .l

casement to the sill, allowing two who make It their business to keep shod feet nothing uglier than a pair I. alia. ;. ; . ., ...... ..., :
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Inches at the top and bottom. Tbe top their patients welL of neglected rundown soiled shoes. I.la.- .-: ....'! ,..- ,. '.-I; ( ,. --. ,"'. ,TaxupudandrtlNa. .., . v + \
If are a rational mother you will that abbreviated skirts are ,
you And .now I
to turned and stitched through the center \ '
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which -allows for a small beading give your child a wholesome and liberal fashionable the girl who wants to be .,, ,,1 1" nonreudentaXFir. uide V
diet. This mean. plenty of milk In ....U" .Ttna'.A ; *
and tie casing for the brass rod. Thee well dressed will take great pains I ... YenIMIQ'l\;,
Item is turned In at the bottom so that and fresh eggs and' good portion of electing her aboes and once sbe.haa *"1 ,I lurance: i;v. r .r

fresh vegetables and fruit. Meat once purchased an appropriate and ;pretty -V'-'F vi v ..", lndemnltjBaJic'r:
'.f, Mttae curtains Just escape the Bill.y . : but The Qth ..... .. . ......, :t',.
The curtains be perfectly plalQ a day for young children they pair she will take still greater pains .1' __ -.. ... t. i. {;
may ,
need it that often to make blood and worm? r.
to keep them in good condition. eyes *
with lace edging. A war .
finished a ,
or / strength. One of the simplest waysof with .. ,,' . : ..J ,w ' :', r
row gimp braid is sometimes used asa Never take off a pair of shoes Yare .
keeping children well is to !give out putting a pair of trees In them Im :
.... finish for sash curtains. The French them plenty of fruit and water.gooooooooooooooooooooooo08. .fOO..O..U. /+. tteN .. .'." \
J.' striped net or bmssels net la always mediately. This will help them to keep the vvhQ.: *> *. .r' s.!,. .. ,. .. 4
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.;, nice. their shape and also will -help to pro- on man ., .. ... ,""'d.......... ,

it' Scrim and of voile made long'the life of the boots. When there ; , ..... >.\.
1' a quality ".. A MODERN HOOPSKIRT. g i/ C"W: (j R lfcIN..
is the least of the heels be-
r'. for curtain purposes are also!! used especlally O suspicion .... ;1-: .. .' ;' 'Ii '
"":-r where a less transparent material o'lll'o coming run down send them to the -4' : S

than net Is desired. A Tw.ntl.th Century Hoop g bootmaker's. Immediately and have '. '- %

.- !, o Designed Far Bouffant Skirt. O I them straightened Nothing looks so F Staple and FahcrFree lYt '< '* 0

,. 00000000000000000000000000 shabby as a pair of crooked heels. SA VESpAUSE '
Is Mast s Fighting DIotT : ; i
Now as to some of the novelties to G O E'RiES
'S Circumstances have brought to lightegain ,
be seen this spring. In the first place ,
; the question of mania: need of I .
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I tbe light top boot, which has made : J
1 red meat diet to make him a fighting .'
such a favorable impression this winter all Pam v
;jJ warrior. An advocate of meat diet I Delhrcry'to> .
remains In vogue for spring all -- *
declared tine that the Bel- the
some ago I of City I
- the smartest shoes having either light Ay
: Clans were losing their vital efficiency I Itil I' t
'J, tan or light gray uppers. Gun metal for
because they are a race of non-meat a moment man "
done leather and dark gray tops are also young ,

". no eaters.fighting But.for although a hundred they years had, they considered with a tan upper smart,la while very chic.a tan shoe a thought to self. The. -- -- ____.,.i4...,,i J |

leave given a good account of themselves -

J;1 of late. problems that confront you now or ij. **. j
Ssnso Crood. ,

.1"' makes:Modern a dog scientists or a man assert Irritable that ,meat but Almost Common twenty-five years ago, when will a few years hence: Joe E. Johns to a i.; ; I Iw

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:.."., elves neither courage nor endurance, life was less strenuous than It la now ,

"il: both of which are essential fighting the following "common sense creed" 1( 1

qualities. Attention is called to the .ti v t+ was formulated ...Ita need was felt Look about yon-tke ma ef affairs in country state, nation-- es, \

>r.J fruit eating gorilla a. the most dreaded then bow much more will It be appreciated In the world, are the men wke started to tare early in life CITY ENGINEER ;

:'ji fighter of the African forest Not : today) .' ,

)i 1 a lion is found in all the region! where Don't worry. They In,. the respe. and confidence of tke cemnuintrj.
Don't hurry. 'Too swift arrives aa
this great forest man reigns, untamed .
and
Sonifying;
.. slow. #
.f.J. and untamable a real king of beasts. tardy too ) Tken leek en the other dde-at the raUewa wke spend aB ttiynaak :
Simplify simplify simplify
t The lion the traditional king of t gl Don't overeat. Don't starve. Let *--llaq ray have a .... li... for a while, bat what doe tk. DraftingInsurance Jr .9
.< beasts, fights when brought to bay
your moderation be known to all men. per....., f HBect? .
because be U short winded and
only Court the fresh air day and night

., cannot run away.borne Every experienced to the "Ob If you knew what Is in the alrP A dollar er a* deposited in Ikli bank wfll be ...
hunter baa testimony
Bleep and rest abundantly. Isnature's Mclena ., koaerable 7 t
;, ability of the grass eating bison as a benediction. an independent career. ,

, most courageous fighter with few I Make year beginninf new today. Teat
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Spend leas nervous energy each
'. equals. than yon make. bank book will pave tka way. .:

Be cheerful "A light heart Uvea
4 Cup Curtarda (Bailed). long. CflRSONFOUJIIERr

" Heat a quart of milk In a double "
Think only beautiful thoughts. Asa
but do not It quite to the State
boiler bring Bank
man thin ketb In his heart so la he.
k and stir into
boll. Beat five eggs light Work like a man. but don't be work. 11
them half a cupful of sugar. On this rl
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L mixture: pour the scalding milk very : that Insures *
Avoid passion and excitement. A ;, 4
gradually, beating steadily ajl the time. ---- moment's anger may be fatal. of Kissimmee lay

Return to tbe double boiler and cook Never despair. "Lost hope la a fatal rfVj
von harry aveytne.This Protection that Protects
until the custard is :
stirring constantly disease." CapitafMock --__________?-_____________'J 100,000.60
thick enough to coat the spoon. If new hoopsklrt, designed to wear "If ye'know these things happy are '::
curdle Ru.vce. ever _- J=____....i.-- 400000.00 i : S.I
boiled longer than this It win over a regular petticoat. U made at net. ye Jf ye do them." : -.." .,.. '*-.

and separate Remove the custard elastic bands, tape and feathettone. Officers.and Diracton. .
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from the fire season with two tea- The elastic bands form the belt and Molasses Cook i_ a.y."' >,1"v io r

YY" epoonfnla of .vanilla and wet aside to support' the deep. flounce of net TIM Owe coffee capful molasses] one tea. .C A. CARSON. Pke L. J.-M. LEE. \race Prwt rH

coot When cold nearly fill glasses or la by butter and lard I PAKIN AVENUE, J
I feather oQ. .cleverlyconcealed; i cupful batter err part M. JeAn tad VWe fW. . fo.ot t
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i.'. a. meringue made by whipping tbe tike tiny rufflea,while so arranged spoonful vinegar'one'toaspoonfnligta-; ; ROMA:THOMAS, **hier' ;:. ,

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; ; jraie.vaia siouisr saipeasginnatueo :
? ; ....___, \, thtnrs needful for 4etopn4pt o< IIoIpl.n.* at the. date '01 ;-Jf..Vi.. \ .1 .J.t..M .
'AdYaaetctAL .- --- Improvement and manacetneBt. opche, : the. Issuance Of f : 'f C.A 'nR.A.Dl1. .
lj . aald certificate.j \- .: TJD "
1(;_ o, -ltJ', I JII earn for reeldenoea, trado or .....1..._ Unless said oertlfleato > shall be*ts ee.deemed >u ;" "' -' r.. ..... .,, .
% -01 BI% W((11' To conduct reneral real osts .. aooordlnsr to law.. tax dead will '
.
P-Psi
W '
uu1u1S : 'Iof JllWo 01) .or.ty..n4 insurance brolceraae 1' CHIROPRACTORBOOK : .
arenoyand I..... thereon on the 10th day of January : : :
q, Corn 'or ootiirrTTATn 'oIlJDGa 111 W, 'W D J'fW1' .' ..u.I...... and .to act a* ...._t. X J1.13iS. .. ., . Sc
-
or nxmiDA.4Jt . ot III 01 BW of NWt' : broker. or attorney' In tooL',fOr a.ny t witness my hand:?and i.arKI: ;- :c) 10"-:: (PR01"01J1'fOJllD" (Ja.RO-PB.A.OJ.l'OR. -, ..... ....
... 'Wl' .t W"of W": U II persona flrraa' or corporations in buyInf. almmee iriorld tb. ,
.' 8thday L> -
.of eoembor
l : 1VOLACONT!' of Belllnpledarln '. : WC 7 JODW )ttVJuHa'B17IX: DXNG: '
SW'/I orrw"; SW% 0 and dealing' In A.'D. 111. J .J -7 < i
.. e. ...... .f III...... U.rdg.1 : "I '...-.-.. lr real. or personal property, or Ita ao> J. I*. OVBRSTRBEJT, SPECIALIST/ON 'NERVOIS AND CHRONIC DISEASES
Wt4. of 8W\6. .orl... .. .
.Ucs i. h.r.by 1I1..n. to .0'wb... ---r.----------: III Seal) Clerk, Circuit Court.
NN% of SID- % ..EI To on the trade' of Will be 'Kisdmmee Office from '
may- concern that on the 10th day I .f.8Et I carry *neral U Oaceola County Florida 9to'12:3OTuesdsys, Thursdays .
of .. rual'1''A.. D. J'IILJ sliall. apply Nt'o1t _w-:::__._ II dealer all Hi merehandla and Supplies I By JAMBS M. JOHNSTON J). C. and Saturda,....

";! 8< the Honorable Court aa Ju.T ).(.. .of.urpb Probate,. Judireaald foray I:( .:, NN& BW of kEg;-SW IIJIIi oT carry kind on on and the undertake co-operative; any bual.neaa plan.. It-Ia: The only method to relieve disease is fxTremove the cause-this. .

' flnal discharge as Administrator .of sEx ; undertaking tranaaetlon or operation IN COURT or, ooinrrr UDGIII, the Chiropractor does. by scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves.

,\.. ( the*)estate and at of Krwln tbs same H. Bridges time I ,will decease of NW___ !:8. !::Bll l-:: :: :: ,by commonly promoter carried. Inveatora.on or undertaken inane- STATE OSCMPl-A Of COUNTY FLORIDA Consultation and examination free.

NWtSWIt ot NE olera. contractora.
8111" NIII merchants
aa'Admlnlstrator present to; Bald Court of said my estate flnal. ,accounts and ask ot NW% 1 IIm\6. otMW',( 10 liOn: men and aerenta and In the coramla-courseof .. r. Estate of Lasso- Keeabairyi .i .+.4P+...4.. .. 44.e44.4.4,4..e..t..t+t4...44.eeee.e.44.p.4..4.4.4+.
l W:8111: % lit NE4 of such bustneae. to draw ..
NWI4 accept .n- .
(or their approval: > MntlAA im tk.->.hsrflvAn tA All wham
bated August "" 84 of NJ1\6.! dorse:...acquire. ',_,and sell .aJ\ .or. .any ne- It' 0fhe -
I'1E'\.i..8E' may concern that 10th
an1l.IIt1. of "* "; fiEj4 ____ II o' t U050U tranIerrau.e ..nstrum.ntsand day
n ? 'f
; NWU NU, of NWW of BWU afcurltlea. Including: debentures, of February. A. D. Uti, I shall apply
16-1 m S mo Administrator : I to the Honorable '1'. M. Murphy, Judgeof FOR
BR4 o fNWU of BW U ; Nitor bonda notes and bllla of exchange SALE CASH
; --- PREFERREDOne
'
said
I Court a* Judge of Probate for
ffw% of SW% ; SH of SWi To purchnac acquire aa-
NOTICH FOR RID of SV14 ..n_ __ __ _- 13 alien transfer ;and dlapoae :.lt.t ho..wenlO my final discharge as Administrator$ of ,,
of NWF. "f KH"ifHWU and bonds and other evldencea of In- the estate Keesbury, deceased ),
aat
!I he Board of CountCommtsKloners Nw'4 of NWNV14;; of SW14of lndi>htodnefls of any corporation doioe.tic and that time I will present block of Five Lots in South Part of Town.

; .f'l' 1.._. or forfltrn and to Ia0ue in to said Court my final accounts ..
; Osceola County will receive bids on NWU u exrhanKO -
--- --- -
) one mile of aand aaphalt road 1* f<.etwide E4: of NR\4: of N1H4: ; PH' of NR- th..r..fnr its stocks, bonda. orolh'r Administrator foi' their approval.of said .estate and ask 250 foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck

I laid S Inch.. thick when com- 4 ; NWH ; NH, of NKjiof SKW. obligations" Dated
.. tho County to do all trading' 8WU of NIt% of 8FV1 ; W To ncqulrv. own work. leaae. rnorttxnK AuaT Snd..A. D. ISIS Soil adapted for Banana or Truck Growing. .
R' A. f"
Jdoers will direct all bids to the Clerk <4 of NWW of ?:% ; NW % of **.' cnn'Y, Nell And dlftpoan of any 8S 1 S E DROUGHT
., the Court. Klselmmee. Florida, "4 of BEU ; HH, of Rl' % of ::Hn'i."in rnlrr. <'rala, oren mineral olla of m m AdministratorN Eighteen inch fall
which bId. will be received up to 10 SKIC:>,2 ; NV4\ of R'8W, ; of mining and ,mineral oil. to city ditch. Make your "\

A. M.. January Ird. l llr RW _-___-___- _h _-- --_h_ n rights. and talllforoun lands. and KI.OHIDA ciitrmT rointx. STATE OK home .
any Intprcnt lI..r"ln. and to explom ilK" ICN-I-H JI'li'll.41RC51T. pay for itaelf.
'L. NW4 of of : 28
J OVKB8TREET NE"'i.BW BKJ4 Ont' .
II.U blerk. NIVVI of NW ... ; S4 of NW : work < x.r"lo. d.'v< loi> the aame andto KOIA IOINT1.IN .
I wis of NW mnnufactui ,' and triinBfKjrt all ( PIANtElti.Frrdias.1 Two Lots-Lake
SE14 ; % of RW 29 Shore Addition. Beautiful
] kinds of oren metals and mln. rnla and
CITATION 0K ADMINISTRATIONTHR NI': ( of NEW ; R\oj\ of NIC% ; Itof ,
NWVt6; \ of 8lt'j' ; SE prtMluctn I her*'of Il-illork. llerrlrer ..i l.fmm situation
To tMnMlfih. construct operate and II.... Steak A Tm.t facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal
j iii COURT' OF THM COUNTY!! of 8W --___----.-___--_--_ 80 lompaay

1 JUDOK. 8TATH OUNTV.OF ft.ORlIIAOSCKOI.A NEW ofBWW .-NVy1.: BEH4 ; NPi% of 81 conduct' mllla turpintlm Maw' mills formn hotels and atlllanhlfiKl" electric -. topI.I.s.t'altiesis- spot for a Winter Home. A few minutes walk ,;
--- )
; lighting and (... > C
ALl IN T" vNSI Ip"iB"8OtTTH power pian < xchRnKTta Hoypr sad Other.

,....... ef Alexander M. Meaelev. RANOE !7 EAST \ And .A'I''m. Iram vaya. logrnds. I>.....".. ... from Country Club House. Telephone and ,
1'1"' ''4 NW SW% of dridKlnK and drainage plants It ;
BY THE JUIMJK OF RAID COURT % ; SE14- U appearing by affidavit appendedto
'SvHERKAS;: Mary C. Moeeley ha* npplled NW NEof NE\4\ ; N\V\ of RBV4 afifl plants axatema) : wntcr: ;; knnro:; sewerage the Mil flIed In the flliove-Htated. Electric Light Wires run the lots. Golfcourse
and by
of of RE Nysiems: manufacture that :
to this Court for Letters of Administration % RJ,4 % of NE4 ; cause Rhoda C. Boyce Mrs 1>. 'Vllenrh ,
on the estate of ,.Alexan- NWW of RK4: ; SW'I of 8W\4 88 and dial In lumber. croaa-tlea Edward noyce. Mm C. PoahMra the '
I der M. Moaeley deceaaed, late ,ot said NW% of NRW of NKBV4; \ of and To naval atori. of a.11 kinds ,V. H Hill! A H. It.ivce. (a J. on spot. A Bargain. ;!f
; County of Osceola; NEW of NKU ; NWV4 of NB14., ; acquire purchase catch take Hoyce and \Vm I'* Ho ce h<'Ir. at law
NEW, of of 8EVSH ___. buy hold, atore pack preserve a *llexport of William II
Them are therefore to cite and ad- NEH n 14 noyce decenaed the de- Apply VALLEY-GAZETTE. '
tnonlah all and .alnarular the kindred I of BE14 ; WH\ of 8WK, .._. u of dispose of, and dlatrlbute flab ndantH therein named are non-real-

.and credltora of acid deceaaed to be 8B:% of 8K\' ..._____...hUU 18 In the all klnda fish bualneaa and generally to engage. dents, of the iitate_. of Florida and are .
and appear before this Court on or before AM. IN TOWNSHIP 16 South. Range To build.. Rioenia. or \wasningion. irisirict or
I the 14th day of January A. D. 27 Baat l>uy. sell equip operateand Columbia all are over the age of twen- ';

) -114, and III. objections. If any they West R acres of NWU of SWlt own vesaela ateamahlps .steamboats. aallIna i\ .one ,ears; It I. therefore ordered REPORT OFCOUNTV FlJOIANCIC.08tBOLA ,.
have to the grantlnof of of RBU All that part of BH, of ; motor lannchea powerboats that said non-resident defendants he COUNTY
t1r.t'"t.he and other bonta and
Administration on said :: RE 14 South of Railroad; SWV4 11 be used In business. .property to and are hereby required. to appear to -
wise the came will be granted to aald NWW of SEt ; REJ4" of 8B.-2 85 navigation I and to trade commerceand the bill of complaint flied In aald cause The' following! report of the Recelpta;; and Dlaburaments of the aeveral
construct and
,Mary C. Moseley, or to some other fit ALL IN TOWNSHIP 16 SOUTH. operate plera: ;docka wharvea ware on or before Monday, the 7th day of Funds for the period ending; September loth 1(16. with. Balances and the
person or persons.Witness RANGE 18 EAST. hou.... and teraBJnala In connectionwith February. A. D. IPI8. otherwise the amount of Warrants Outstanding. as reported by the County Commissioners
I my name as County JudceOf and each of them be and they are hereby such bualnPaa. allegations of said bill will be taken and the Clerk of the Circuit Court of OSCEOLA COUNTY. on the 10th of
t the County aforesaid thl* the 10th ,required to appear to the bill of complaint To purchase any and all other bual- I' aa confessed by said defendant September 1115. Is hereby published under the provisions of Chapter. d"l of
Of December. AI). 116 heretofore filed In this cause on It la further ordered that ibis order the l-jaws of 1913
nes.eeand to do
and all
seed) T. M. MURPJI Monday the 7th of any otheracts he published week for four
( day February. iSis and thing, and to exercise once a consecutive W. V. KNOTT Comptroller.
I .-It County Judge. the same being: a rule day and all other any weeks In the Klaslmmee Valley -
It la further. ordered powers which may be Qaaette. In ...
I that, thla order necessary. expedient or convenient In a newspaper published .
; OIID_ Foil ..V.L.CA..OJ''Pi be published once a week for twelve connection with or In addition to the said 1 County and Btate GENERAL FUND
eonaeeutlve week. In Klaaltnme Val- bnalneas and This December *4th. Ar> IMS

Y ..mm 47iRci>rT COURTmyTH OIP r..w. ley: Oaaette. a newspaper publlahed In speclSrd, which businesses a natural hereinbefore person. or a 3. I... OVERSTREET.' Treasurer's Balance June 10th Itll
.. ' *'' #,; Iticounty' corporation of this character may law Clerk Circuit Court. Warrants Outstanding June t 4.SIS 6* ,
. .L.RtolTvtr W1TKB8B ,ny'hnd and the ..... '01 Bv JAMRS M JOHNSTON. 10th. Ill* .
S Hsf eTATsior tai,' do' .and .._rel**v an>.V, aa* a 101 IT I ,
1MD rOM OCBX t A c.v"'J' said Court. at Hlealmra*. City. this Nov.mber and all of th. businesses things before (Circuit CouftSeDeputy!)' Clerk. Wet BalanoetJune Itt' illS
) leth 1111. W. B CRAWFORD >>:.ii :
IN- CIU.rrnrto
: mentioned, either alone In
or com .6J"j.
) : (Cf-. Ct. SealS jr. U OVKRITtRKBT. blnatlon Solicitor for Complainant 1ItITATSON RECEIPTS: June **th to j.

.: .... .. ...... c-........ < Clerk Circuit Court. It Is the Intention of the Ineorporators FROM-: Comptroller 8.pteruber '0th, Itlt.
Oeoeola Cooaty, Florida. that all of the objects and power ( OP ADMINISTRATION Tax Collector, 171
: .. yaI' ,1a .I A aslBtera >tae* tk. HOCKBR MARTIN specified, and clauses contained In this .7'.11 68S 14
,,, :... M M n. Ttaaall.TtsveaOl Complainant' ..BollcHtora. __IT.Itt paras-rash shall, except where otherwise .. ta. c..rt ofib. Ca>..t-y "..... Making;
-= .> sad .J. Mdw. __ expressed In said paragraph, be .tsite .* sn.rt*.. Oajeeela Oevsity. ......31
: ............ iw TUB rmrviT COVTNT or TTB no wise limited: or restricted by :reference DI88UR8MKNTTK; June loth to
__ Tsurrti jrmciAi rincvrr orriX to or Inference from the terms of ESTATE OF OKOROB B. TAT WAN For.-ttslary of clerk September SOth. 115
tl appearlnc by aftldavld appended >MIDA. IK AMD rON OBCfk any other clause of this charter or another Per Diem as Auditor 1107'00
. .. .... tk. Bill ef Complaint Bled In.. thette4 OLA OOUMTT. IM CHAHCCT1THMIWStTl.AR jmrasrraph l In this charter but BY... ...... .ff Said CTeairt.Whereas Judge of the and Mlleaire l 13$ 00
tt, _._ that. .J- 11I4... that the objects and powers named Alma T. Morrloon has applied Attorney for Commissioner County; : Court 76 00
,! Lr.vr.I. .ae or the DfehdantS tb.r.l, > NAVAE. TOMRS COM and mentioned shall be Independent I to this Court for Letters of Administration Jailer 71 62
4.,, I. B"' ''' I. a .o.-.Id.llt 01 the $ltat' VANV eeipeg..... .ris.d so4. objects and powers. on the estate. of George R Incidentals 17 60
.1 FlorIda. god C resident of JnellanIndia. __ .* Ike taw .f n....... This charter may be amended from Tatman. deceased late of Bald Countyof REPAIRS TO OOUNTT 38.71
... .'.... .... over tb. are ot T..nat C..I.I_... time to time as provided by law now OaceclaThese : Court House BUILDINGS:
t yey.. ; I. therefore 4rderedf V. or hereafter enactedArtlele. are therefore to rite. and admonish EXPENSE OP COUNTY 810.01
t lat said ,on-resident defendant D. THOMAS R. AI.I.IROKf BT. AtDe. all and singular the kindred Janitors BUILDINGS: I
abC to to ........ S. be and other attendants iso 00
he I. hereby required appear The amount of the capital stock of and creditors of Bald deceaaed to light Fuel and
tk. Bill of Complain filed In .ald cause this corporation, authorized. hereunder and appear this Court on or Inr-ldentala Water 71 (6
... or before Monday the Ird day ofT ORDER FOR rONBTRUCTIVH! shall be TEN THOUSANO (110.000 CO before the hf'tra"y: of January A 1>. CARE OF COUNTY POOR 180.8'
) :
lillTotherwtaa the all..Uon. -- SERVICE file If they
.nu.ry. A. > nOI.JA1I8 116 and objections any
divided
.. of aald bill' will be taken aanfeaaed IT IS ORDERED That the defend. Shares' of a par value Into of One One H Hundred undr..d"lOll have to the granting of letters. or Expense Farms operation Poor House and

.. by said defendant ante herein. named to-wlt: Thomas R. 00) Dollars each Administration on said ....tat... otherwise Allowance 343.41 S
\ I It la farther ordered that thta. order Alllaon) Augustus C. Anderaon Pike Any part or all of said stock bepayable the came will !>.. granted to sail Made IJob Paupera outside Poorhouse -
week for FOUR Adalr Borah J. Averlll\ may Alma T Morrison other fit and Warrants 291.76
bo published once a Stephen WAldrlch either In rash In or to aome INSANITY'
week In the Klailrnmea 8 H Hullork or pron..rty.abor INQUIRIES: Fees of Officers and
Francis Hepbe.
M or
person persona
.. ;;r.eeutive. . published Helen C: or cervIces at a just valuation Jmlite Committees .
1 .
a newspaper Dennett Daniel Bllla to be fixed by the Incorporators Witness mv name H- County STATIONERY: 81 27
or by ANI
!. gad County and State. nroirden WIlllBm H. Bennett Wllmot the directors at of the County aforisnld this the 27th I'HINTINO' General Sta
mfWtlnK to be railed
a
This Ind day of December A. D. A. Carrlnirton Charles Dooley Charles for such dav of ecember A J) 19H'IFAL tionary Itlanka, etc 23 4A
and tne
purpose; Judgment of Record RooksArivtrtlslnK
*) II Dow. Arthur H Donearan. Empire: such I incorporators directors ( <' ) T M Miml'HY 166 SI
It Circuit 3. I* OVERSTRKBT Land Company. a corporation orgranja- the value of such or labor aa te I itt County Judge COMMISSIONS required by Law 111 70
t .1 C .rt Se.n Clerk of the Circuit. Court ed under the laws of New Jeraey Klla.worth property orservIces PAID TO OFFICERS ,

r JAMES 14. .lOHNSTON. Trust Company a corporationorganised I IR. ,___ "shall' _L. In.. the, absence. . .of_ fraud._ Tax Assessor 70(1\ 00 '- .
.* Clerk. i>e 'unnu"vp upon "'O"KnOlo..r &na Aa Johnny Sees It. Tax CollectorCotintv ""
..... Deputy under the lawa of Iowa, E all parties dealing with the $2.66 .
Company. ''
: ,JCRTBBS ....EIIID801l01to Ellaworth, James Porreat John The authorised Teacher- 'Johnny, what is a hypo- Treasurer! 13637 '. '
stock
capital be I'LFRK:
OF
: ,. for Complainant. tO-4t John may TH9 COtJltT: General Court work 84
Plannery. Flam..r). Olrard Trust Issued. and paid for at such time or crite? I MoNRTHAT1DN AnENT 95

i t- Company a corporation oraranlied Under times and upon such terms and conditions "A boy wot corned to school with a i :'')ITNTY PHYSICIAN 126 70 '1\\
.IU. TO .v.1IIT TTTl.lt the lawa of Pennarlvanla Richard aa the Board of Dlrpctora may answered the :GAME WARDEN :g:
: Ooodhart J. Herbert Oreen. Jamea. W. determine; and It may be Increased smile on his face, Loans Paid ;
arraH 0* rt---; S.W'b ..I. Hughes, James H. Huarhey. James P. from time to time beyond the amount young-ster. Interest 2.000 00 ,

.... aIt .. lbs state .. V1.rtd. Hua-hey. E :rttto-r: Hall and wife. stated. In the manner provided by law. Father's Worry. Error In Warrant No. 6841 s< 67
." .. sad fr o..w.ia Va..F. Emma L.. Fred Holmea: drawn on F. A; F. F 64.60

'J> xCHANCRRT. Clinton L.. Haley.. Jacksonville A Tampa The Article 4. "I stipposo you worry a good deal TOTAL, p
Corporation shall have
I j as.v L.1 eelsT ..4 Walter. CLCsaplals Ba_ Railway Company a corporation \ auceesalon DI8BUR8MENTS Mill.11
-, q 'T..ala Ia c.o. .-..... .t*. eraranlaed under the laws of Florida. and la by to its exist corporate name perpetually lest your daughter marry the wrong Deficit
Pat b V. Jackaon perpetually. September 10th. 116 14,111.86

1.si. ...... s.d ... ......... H .. Oeorir W. oleJr.r.; William L. McL.: Article 8. tom.nl""Not Warrants Outstanding Sept ,10th. 111Treasurer's .1".76
bs .rs4.L .ad Leim 'O.b.u ... KtmbalL John X* Lellleh. Hannah Mul- The business of the Corporation so much as t do for fear she
..- ., b.. __ ... rrIadO ford. Simon O. Miller Jeaae McLaJn. hall. be conducted by a President a Balance September BOth, Itll 1110
....- .sad ....- a Edward Mack John B. Mlnnlck J. Vice-President a Secretary. and Treasurer 1, may not marry at all.
.W .NFSS.. ... ..& .. Albert Merrltt. dmuei C. MoCormiek. I and a Board of Director consisting I ROADFVIID: .. I
,, ... ; : ... c. Robert C. Oliver Henry Pvllen. H. M.; of not lee than three nor more Treasurer's 1
._.._ ... MHeTTo.j c. Ge_ aadi Pfann. Joph -. Palat, Arran".brkh..t than five members; and the number of Tb* Hero Warrants Balance. June 10th 111 f&.n..lo"

,,;*' )ISbe'UIS 1. Mvtsurstoei Bad he* Nat Payrlta, Archibald A. director shall be fixed by the stock.holderi Tits New York .IJII..... tells of this Outstanding .
: In the By-Law from time I ,
,bb..& If ak* he asssilsd. asvd Haryva Pearaon. W. IL >Reynolda> Philip Dole to .
0- b.aIM C. ... N. C. Hryea .IMII Roddey. Roddey laveetment Company. time. The. same person may hold two d1a1.,..: Deficit June "t... 116 ...n....
.. ....*..It.JII'P. .... Chart* n. a corporation orranlaed under the law ei more office*, except eb'W.: Presi''
+ .: ... "-'". aR4 .err A. ef Kentucky R. H. Richard George T. dent and the Dot bo Smltlv-"Who U that fellow who RECEIPTS: June 10th- to S.pt.mber''Oth.. Kit.

: : p"..as... aad ... ..-... If .b. b. Blna-letary. Mr*. U A Bmlth. Amelia the same bar_... 7"Joits."Wby. FROM:-Loa. 14.100.00l.tllO ,
_s.Tl.4, 0.4 .- ... .... Tyler Joan A. Aracott TlckelU J. )(. The followlnar named person shall seems so awfully popular ComptrollerTax 17.1'

.. ... .i:1iA.: -. W. Do WIII)_... 3r. Ephrlam Wood A .'... A. be the officers to conduct the business surely you must Collector S.601.II
...". Wrlly.' and, each of Them be they ef the Company' until the officers\ who
: 1J 1-: w.e... N.e. ..4 are b.rtbt >eqnlrV*to "Qt.'tim. ,haM. be.ejected. at the Brat election ofofficers ?ttY? heard of Lieut Dub V. C., the Maklnr Net Deficit
: "
*.:.:: a. .:. .u .: usa bill of oomplMlt heretofore filed In of 'aild. Colll allY.'f- aaallv be -n'who' ; "Gorananssarv 6.10.ISBURID.EN8'Ju..b
..
: .. --.... ...- S. eb. ..- l. this can*., en .r before the 17th day qualified: hotvflftyn4d 1315.
"Pt..be".8ah. .
lb.. tfl 0e4b.4. ..... ,.. ...4 otJsuuiry.iIS. J R. Don....... President; .d the life of his colonel, and in ? IU.uO' <
_. ._........ If tb. -- -: .vF FJ3RTHBR ORDIl 2tIDD. That Charles Don..n. Vlce-Prldent; Lumber and Culvert $17,14 .
)3 ;J, ( r._ .... auu-tddi S. .t order. published once a week ferelirht Pat Johnston, Secretary and Treasurer fact has don all the most thrilling Tools. Machinery Coat .Repair Sit IS ,
"...,...... oonoeevtlre weak In Klaalmmee ; Live Stock Feed
', .. f . 0.4.q I Valley Oaaette. a newspaper. published. and each of said three persons shall bea deeds imaginable TM Paid for roLbre :UU.: r

..TO ALL M.fT MAY CONCBRlf: lot said eovnty and atate. director Smith (creatly impressed)-"Good Pay of 710.00 ".
It appearing from the ....01'. Bill of WITNKSa my hand and the aeal of Such director and officers shall be F..4Inand Care of Convicts on Roads 1.64.68 y
$. .eoBaplalatV 81..' la thla cause, that r; 1. Coart. this Ittb day of November. elected of annually on the second 'Puesday gracious And you don't mean' to say other. Expenses of COQ.lot 616.01 ;
January of each Loans
year bennlnaT Paid
there are persons Interested la the 4.600.00 .
,..j .property Involved la tl... salt other (Circuit Court Real In the year 117.Arttete. that that's really he? Interest PaidRelease 11447 .

," .., ,baa tk. known: RSep.nd.fltL'fld that J. 1... OVBRBTItBIKT. .. Jones-"Oh, no; this I. Jimson, who Fees 1100
,. the ....... ef *.ea. pronBo' taterest. Clerk Circuit Conrt The said Corporation: shall adopt asapprepriate Incidentals isis
;1 ,;.d I are' i..11._. to the Complainant. Osteola Coupty. 'orlelL aeal. and shall adopt ByLaws claims to hare cone to the same Road RI..h of Way 16.00
that relief .. prayed la the said HOCKB7R A MARTIN for the government of Its affair .
14IS" ".
: ; ?,1 or Complaint_ ....Io.t the said un Complainant' Solicitors.\ V 41." not Inconsistent with Its articles of school some years a&'o. TOTAl, DISBUR81J8; I 1,731.63 ;
: _" Incorporation and Its laws of the State

,.* .;. r II 'fRIBFORal ORDERED ThateTalmlnir M9TICH OV APPLICATION FOR LBTTHRM ef Florida which By-Lawe may be S.lrtdeatlr ..bled.Mrs. Denclt September 10th. 116 10.111.
pe.rtl.e Interests In and to rArEST ASP] INCOR. amended or repealed aa may fee provided Warrants Outstanding: Sept. Seth, UI 10.174..
"t' the following ...ort real propertyrusi. PORATION.I In said By-Law Mellen did not wish to offend I,
./'i In the. County o f Oeoeola and Ar41e1. V. Treasurer's Balance September SOth. 1(11 I 41.II p
ef Florida via.: ) .ttci, I* hereby given that the un- Trlb blithest tt..r. Indebtedness her new cook.
. K AU tkat part of Sections Thirty- deia rned "' to the Governorof to which Corporationcan "John," she said to the manservant FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND .
notPllrl at
''t fcni I two and.Thirty-three In Township, tie State any time subject Itself shall be
,. ?weaty.flv South] Ran*. Twentvlae da/ of Jan vary A. D. 1114. on for the Letter 13th Thirty Thousand Dollars. "can you find out without asking: the Treasurer's Balance June 10th. 1116 n.u'.n
.. Warrants
Bast. lyla. North of Bhlnarlereek Patent Ir.c... ArtleSs OutstandingNet .
iporatlne SOUTH FLOR
,, and ma.t.' the Countyf. IDA CA'rri-KCOMPjlNT The name and residences of the cook whether the tinned salmon was 7..14
under
." .Bead a. It BOW ........ the snbscrtbtna tncorporarors.. together Ba.nc June 10th
4 following proposed charter and article with the number of shares of the all eaten last night T You see, I don't 11 11.47606
... appear t* the Complainants' Bill of Incorporation authorised -
a ef which
; *( Complaint herein .1... on or before haa been Sled In the office copy of the ""c- capital stock subscribed for wish to ask her because she may hare RECEIPTS; June 10th to September 10th. 116. .
,thefthTday February. by each. are aa follows: FROM:-Tax Collector .,
( of A. D. Ifis of .
State of
,.lee. la ... ....... ., law. the said Bill Friary J It. DONEQAN the State of Florida. 1. R. Don.*..... Doer Park. Florida. eaten it.. and then she would feel uncomfortable Comptroller $14 1.. lent

eXfCoaaolalnt will be taken .* cota'_. CHARLES DON EGAN. 10 shares added the good soul."If .
? I. .. by ..1i e..1a ....rtl... PAT JOHNSTON. Charles Donesran. Deer Park Florida Making II ,
,.; ,I A.. It .. ordered that this. o aharea. you please, ma'am," replied the 1..4. ,
V, .Order a* published. onee a week for ARTICLES: OF I INCORPORATION AND Pat Johnaton. KlMlmmee, Florida I DI8BBR8MENT8 June 10th to September SOth. 1(11
.. 't"'* wet. eo eeo.tlv..'Wirketa>th. *. KIsimmee ,J.ROP08ED CHARTER I OF SOUTH shares man "the new cook has eaten the tin FOR.-Sheriff and Cost Bills

., "j' Valley Oesette. a weekly I ''FLORUIA" CA'M'BIII'COMPANI'. .' .. al..n.tlla"s.: of IncorporateJ !-*: ned salmon, and if yon was to say In Criminal Ca..: $160.45 '
Clerk
.._.papar. published and ef ireneralIreulatlea The underalitned hereby aaaoclnte RDONKOAN. of the Court
;; '. In the County of Oeoeolaaad tkemaelve* toarether for the purpose of CHARLES DONBQAN anything to hwf'yon'' couldirVmske hr Bills In ] .... 4114
,. ,'< Mtate of riordla.vTTTNKMi becoming Incorporated under the Law PAT JOHNSTON. County Judge .Bills t
I '. tke Honorable James W. of Florida. fool any more uncomfortable than she Criminal : 114 .:
Parkin .JmAre of n. said Court and ; ArHelo. 1. State. of Florida ?T II.ChrI.tiaG Register. Justice of the _t Bills

,. v ay name as Clerk the of- The name of this corporation shall I ) a*. In Criminal I c 1." I
Dolar aeal of the said.SO..t. Court oa bef BOUTH FLORIDA CATTLE) COM County of ITO Witness Fees ,
'; : J \\'CIa..ttla day ef ......... '. A. \i miA PANT; its principal office and place ALL 6''r MA/rf CONCERN TAXES OFF DANDRUFF. Court II.o..n Cases JI.60.11.17 .1
JI . 3. I OVEJUITRIDJIIT of bualneaa shall be In the City of BE IT KNOWN. Thafibefore: me, theundersigned Feeding Prisoners ( 175
i 'fCt.Ctl'ooan Cl.rk Circuit Court. Klaalmmee Oaceola County In the I officer oVly authorised HAIR STOPS FALLING Salary of Judge of Juvenile Court
.-, V. : .BTOrl GARRBrTT.! State of ..Iorlda. and It. business. shall Under the Laws of the State of Florida Ineld.nta" 17.6
(' '. .A. Coejnsel Complainant.. ...lIt b. conducted _laewhere In the Btate to administer oaths and take ac- f,
of Florida or In other State and knowledgments, this day personally Bar Your Hair! Get a U cent bottle TOTAL DI8BUSll8

tI ,.,in- 'I'ItII"uaC1Tl'l' exjtiRT orrVrTVBNTH T1t Countrlea through other office appeared J. R. Donearan. Charles Don- of >>aDded_ right BOW Also "1.2
and Pat Johnston each to Net Ba'an" . "n.
't JUDICIAL CIRC1TIT Or branches. acenclea, or otherwlae, aa egan me S"'tmb r 10th. UII
"nX! >RlDA. IM AMP Poll OaCBOUA't may be neoeaaary or convenient well known.rdd. :'t'cttrn n. to be '.top* itching scalp. Warrants Sept.ntb.r lOUt UI 1.1'.01'..
't f '' Arltele B. the Id and who 18.4 \ ;
1 fC? 'mCHAIICIcHY! The general nature of the bualne subscribed their names to the fofeaons 'Thin, brittle,-colorless and scraggy 'r..arr'. .. Batacs 10tb. UII .
'' STORJCB: COM- I or businesses by said .; Proposed Charter. and each severally 8pt..mbr
r1iNTwIULANAVAL. oo'Ton-et..d hair ) mute evidence of
: s a neglected
acknowledged and before \
to
me
; rpra *vas>..*. ust Company la a* : 8PICCAL\ FUND
: t '. ,,... .k* law* e. riertaa.THOMAS To breed., raise Import. export deal that ne executed the 'same for the par- scalp or dandruff-that awful scurf. PVDLICI 1..u.u.l
( c-.o.,..." In cattle aheap horaea, hoca and do- poses therein expressed and as their Treasurers Balance Tune 20th. IUI -. :
\.. mastic animals and livestock of all free and voluntary act and deed There U nothing so'destructive to Warrants Outstanding NOTHING'.7

.; ; ... AIX..O>. BT. AX. klrida and to carry on a general ....- WITNESS my hand and ofilciateal the hair dandruff. It robs the hair Net B..lan" June 80th 211
....... stock craatna and agricultural busiC. at Ktsalmmee, Oaceola County, Florida as ".'7.0'
'i } .... on D. 115.this the 15th day of December .k. of its lustre, its strength and its Very R1E'PTS: June Ith to S.pt.mbe 30th. 1111.

M' ,,: > Tbe complainant kavlnv, filed a In To all produce p.relo.n of the and deal JOHN 8 CADEL, life eventually producing feverishness .ROM-Ta" 1".8
product farm and dairy, ; a -
.Jfeworn bill In this cause, alleirlna- that : '
and all .. .. Notary Public. State of Florida 1.4
4 article rood and r -
.'-> It .believe that there are persona Int.rsM.d dise produced, prepared or manufac Mr commission expire* l-t-ll. and itching- of the scalp, which Makim .
; r la the Involved...
property JOHNSTON cjARRHTT.
tured from each ".Iu.n
.,... .. la whoewiaame are unknown to It. .o carry on the procuctLT. bualneaa of wholeaale Attorney for '._rporalo.... la.1tJJO'I'IOII i* not remedied causes the hair roots .Ju". "tb to 30th. -
1)15.
; and demanded this order and I8BtllN NOTHING.
havIng 8pte..ber
I and retail dealer. In meat and to shrink loosen and die-then the
otherwise eomplled with ,th. law. all meat product, and to In Not Balance
Ol APPLICATION
'3. "partle claiming Interests IB the ,.roperty products and Jto ..rat. _n..e.conmeat DKRD URnmt SECTION S14 Von AND VAX. hair falls out.fast.. A little>ud rtra. Warrants September .Oth UI I $1545.55 '

... ,: hereinafter, deecrlbed under Tbeodeceased. tion therewith. slaughter houses, stockyards .72 OBNKMAt. TATlmCB Or tonight now--any time-'will. surely r..ur.Out.ta..dlol. ". ,.. ... till NOHING'
\, ., Jtoet. Bllphalet N. and live-stock ranches, also to TH" STATE Or af&AltlOA. ? ".Iu.n

t ,. .c&3. 4.e..d. .OirIn, -Jo.hum. Hal.. manufacture all kinds of food aad food Notice 4a' hereby clven that D. a says your bIt.. . I HARD ROAD FUND .
,i ? -Ole u.d.W'.lth.v' of them. or producta. sad-to operate and raalataln JBNKINX. (purchaser 'of.TaOertlfl. C. Ac
,. (, .)t;(..; rwl-. and all parties elalmln aa tannerlea. cold atorac ....arobc...... loe 1 cate', No.' lI.dat.4.Ith'de.y of July, It Got__ ;&'cMit bottle/of KaoWtonJs r.spureV.Bale'noeJun.' .
1 .,1 ", ...... ... -.ae. prep.rty.' to-wlti theCoaoty plant, cannlna: faetorlea. ertlllBer" I,A. D. U.3. has Blod saId Certificate I. DaDdma.'froaa drat store.. You 'Otb Ut. 'NOIG
.' '". U .. ... 10, O.o.ol., do- factorie* and other aotoiiea sad all I mr office andha. .made application for any B.celpts; une. 30th ,to .0th.. NOTHING.' ',

", .. ,,a.. ,followel.. ... ; ".. h. .110111.... -needed for Ibo conduct of 'Tag Deed to issue I. aeeordanca with .w.Iy.ean have beautiful hair and lot ..t.br. Ut .p
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-., '.St Bach bualneea, "w. Bats Certideato.. seebracee the blabuPaments SUII. 10th. .
: to ,
.t1lfWl"" lUW1I.. '4bf Niqrcfw - To acquire by purchase or .U.. .. I foll.wtnr laud. lyin "' ... of i\lt you win Just try a little Dan. -POR.-.Roads 1t. 8P'.11 1115. ..' -

< p E54ot .' .w ; ,<::1 wIse; own. hold buy, Ball.: eo...,. ,ojz.oh O.c.ol County Fiotida. 1o- t.JJJ ,,-: delta '. iSaW bairt ttt! Warrants Outstanding Reptsmbef- 11th, OG '_
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:"'/ ..DECEMBER ;J1., 'WlS. ..' a"J. :rl l", k'rS (_M'_ .._ I It.; ; 't'1f A'Z TTi ," ,. it! .. f' ,MI' ':

0- .,. I . : . .. .. ... ._ .
; .: . : lectloii. Since i fanners' ha>e,bee m; COAT'CLUB i.rN.s': .'. The;Southwestern l'and'Patifie Coacttrapshoottnp 1.
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,- HJ V. t err; '
e4 Yv; +au'sM .
; R SHORT
I generally interested JJlIl stock ;Mfslnc, .i,4 WILL: 'J'TEND : x handicap l toeyamentshave
.. great deal of atUnttorv.wilf/ b'd- COURSE :NEST. YEAR been abandoned.for 1ttc. because "

. } .Agricultural 1 News.;: J Notes' -; .. voted'to It 'The:big pries for'.-corn club..' Tu. 0 organization'' -.t put-In-, bide,. 41.;thetp.j'p. ... -.'ANICH.: .

\ ; winners. will ''b .. 1bhedl next .
rkow'P: '. year. i 'me"furthest' o..th..paJ: club Is ,
WHEbBYtm.COLLEGE. OF FLORIDA ,
\: EALRLYD'THIS YEAR At least there Will .be Very few offer. situated at NomeAlaska., The ."colddiggers" ,irn
'
ed. It is with the educa- 1 __ .
rr; OF;AGRICULTURE' .. In keeping are not satisfied with:. this
'''
t, 'PoUto jand for -the spring crop toinat idea'' 'of'the'club thatithe.boys the claim, and every.once) in a\While pulloff :....1M&IS1S .
should be worked'during the winter will --be offered-* scholarship a midnight target shoot under the .t
,LET'S! KILL''SOM"t1CKSi! 1 I corn, and has:;pasture about'half'.the' Ordinarily this ,early ,working U advisable Short. Court at;the University of northern sun. TI e,',.. enterprising.' . .
ie*BiB i *s "* time if ,he hustle*. H. buys all hismanufactur.r'smiddlemen's tiut. It is especially ..0.thla. Florida instead of the.cash prise All I in the.,gold_country. I :
Lefs' kill,"iom.'ticks. Let's',take paytapers' year. The profits from potatoes depend the organizations and institutions Theodore Deschner; "C
which cub will be
hay been offering '
lend over to and re the eariiness of'the '
our'co. and calves go < upon crop. which The Minneapolis Gun Club/the St.
..'Ike's .and te t' him and his cows, and .profits':along with a' healthyfreight Farmers have dependedupon'potash asked to award the scholarship Paul Gun Club, and. the Minneapolis '.'
calv .. Then, we can get Jake' and rate. Still he finds'pork. producuonjprofltable. x> make': an early growth but owing I will average about $u.'. In this way Athletic Club' gun department have .GUNSMITH' : V
.Joe and Ben and Lon and th.ir' cows '. to the shortage of potash and the uncertainty -' the price will be a permanent good. to amalgamated under the acme.of. ;the I is .
he and his
and calves and we can kill a wagon! The Florida farmer grows his corn, of the supply they, cannot boy county. Twin City Gun .Club;;. '- Jutt.rectvwd Mine new '
d'1 of ticks. Let's, build dipping too-but he. pays' nothing: /or protein .rely on ,it"this' ,.ur. . G. .Harrington, atate dab agent -.;,' ,
than few because h raise* that between. the A. of the of baa already received' notice that abit ' Gun and Ammunition
t.. It won't cost more a P, Spencer university The high waten'of this'rivers and ,. *. ,
work : Pastures the great be I seed in ;Atlanta;ha*.Mt!
Hollars apiece if we do the our- .corn rows ;aro Florida advises that the 'land company< has .
Jtelves to ..an the ticks factor in' cheap pork production and the Vegetable aside $100, for four-county' winners. lakes' neatly'interfered with't '
and we can plowed early., to get 'It will pay. you<< to faresCM. .
shooting in Illinois. ,
duck .
"V:
..,' off all our' catUe for about four bits the Florida farmer can. have them matter.. and rotted in The railroads will be asked to grant '
f a head. That's all it cost those Ten. twelve months in'. the soil Whiles practice will not one scholarship In each county CENT----"CASCARE't-: : ttPt th .,
nesseeans and they had to clean up varsity of Florida Experimentation supply potash, it makes: other growth through which1 their lines pa... They 10 :IJ\ lRh eat ,. ,
the whole state! Fifty cents a head mentions some'of the crops that can conditioner much better so that the are doing this inGeorgia. The bank-. FOR I4YER, .AND BOWELS FbYsA: ,... '

to free the cattle of ticks and an Increase be raised for hog:, Corn. towpeM, shortage of potash is'not so keenly .associations. of the various counties ST.,CLOUD O'A I'LORIOAS.OJftJIIQCK'
in value of $5 to $10 as a result sweet potatoes peanuts, rape, oats felt.: This early cultivation is especially the boards of education, county
\ looks like a mighty good invest rye chufas, v.tebl. clovers, velvet good where some of the slowly commissioners, the boards of trade Cure Sick Headache. Constipation. ,
is that 4n boons and others.Think Ush materials used. and chambers of commerce which
ment.. How many percent many available jx> are Biliousness
less than a )'ear.r,: -um-m. Sounds of it, not a single penny need have been giving prices will award Sour Stomach Bad L

like Wall Street, doesn't itT Let's be t spent for feed and yetWhat SPECIAL LECTURERS TO BE scholarships instead. Breath-Candy Cathartic.:
kill some ticks.LIVESTOCK is that old saying about pearls before OBTAINED FOR SHORT COURSEIn About, thirty boys win attend tho :d ;
swine Well the pig has been playing short course at the University this No' odds how bad your liver, stomach :,

INSTITUTED the role of pearl a good many year January 11'to 21.on such schol.rships. or bowels; how much your headaches i
the
GIVEN and it I. time somebody addition to the faculty of Mr. .to '
high Herrington
years several expects \how miserable you are from '
of special .
College Agriculture
recognized his abilities; have at least 200 peat year Tho boys REALESTATJ3INSURANCE;:
will obtained for the biliousnessand
demand for in- lecturers be constipation indigestion,
There U growing will be asked to bring their' ten-ear
formation on livestock. Formers are DAIRY ROTATIONS COST I Farmers' Short course which will be samples and a state corn show will be sluggish bowels?..you always get ',
waking to the possibilities and needs 29 CENTS A DAY held at the University of Florida Jan- held. They will receive credit in relief with Cascarets.- They Immediately -
of their land. A. P. Spencer! district uary 11 to 21. Prof. C.L, Willough- their local schools for attending the '
cleanse and regulate the
stomach
assisted in the animal husbandry
of Flor- who find it to by will be if Examination of Titles a
agent of the University Dairymen necessary course just as they had not been ab- .
work by John M. Scott of the remove the sour, fermenting food _
ida Extension Division, is arranging buy feed will find the following rations sent.
some special livestock institutes for satisfactory. They are offered Experiment Station; Dr. A. H.Federaf Logan and foul gases; take the excess bile Specialty
the livestock sections of the state. by John M. Scott of the University of veterinary field agent for the who will Nearly 2000 deer were killed in from the liver and carry off the.con- ::
vThese will be aside from the regular Florida Experiment Station. Bran and Bureau of Animal Industry, Pennsylvania this season which is .
farmers' institutes. shorts 1 pound each ground oats and lecture and give demonstrations on 900) more than were slaughtered last stipated waste matter and poison Correspondence .Solicited;
.
It is proposed to make these meetings gluten meal 2 pounds each beet pulp hog cholera; A. P. Spencer, of the year. In New York Massachusetts 10-cent box from your druggist will i '.
j strictly livestock. In the ordi- 8 pounds and alfalfa hay 10 pounds. Extension Division, and Dr. C. F. and Wisconsin the number of deer keep your liver and bowels clean- -J JM
institute not enough time can be I This ration costs about 29 cents* da-. Dawaon of the State Board of Health. killed was less than half the number M DR. J. A. TROVILLION
nary stomach sweet and head clear for
to the various topics. By: holding Another ration which supplies It is probable that C. F. Barber presl- that was killed in 1914. The slsugh- Specialist ,In r
given a meeting; for a special branch of about the same QUI.tity of nutrients t'dent' of the Florida State Live Ssock ter is beginnnig to tell. months. They"-work while you sleep. CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS f

agriculture. the details can be threshed is, beet pulp 4 pounds, cottonseed Association- will lecture. In addition Cure them, without cutting, '
out and a clearer understanding meal andM>r n'2pound' < each, alfalfa 1 I there will be several leading dairymen them out.,, " .
the subjects can be had. Cattle and hay 10 pounds. This ration costs 28.7 and stockmen of Central Florida C. A. CARSON President. N.C_BRYAN Secretary ORLANDO -' <". 'W"' .FLORIDA. fa
hog raisini. pastures, silos, dippingvats cents a day. The total weight in each I as special lecturers. 33-6mo *_ '
tick eradication and the various rr.tion i. 19 pounds, and each has a.. ..1 Prof. W. L. Floyd will be assisted -'
important hales of the livestock Industry ratio of,1 to 4. j in the horticultural work by the following The Waters & Carson Robert:'Riedel
members of the Experiment
will be discussed in these in In figuring these rations the follow. .
have been used Alfalfa-1 Station staff: J. R. Watson, H. E. ,
stitutes. ing prices : CARPENTER AND
Communities which want these hay $25, bran 11.60, beet pulo $1.85 I Stevens B. F. Floyd, John Belling, r -. ., j CABINET, SHOP. ,

meetings should apply: bmedZatciy cottonseed meal $2, gluten meal $2 Dr. C. b. SIi.rbakolrii.S. E. Collison.oi Whtdow'ad Deer.. SeiwnrR*..' +.

so that arrangements can be made for and ground oats $2. Julius Rolfs, dean station. Grocery CompanyWholesale :dad Cabhirt,Week.Thooest l
beUinc them. If enough tatanwrt Is the college and director of the .
shown special lectures and exhibits It I. probable that Prof. H. H. Hume Shop Xl.! RealdeBC* OT' Z,

will-be obtained. FARMERS' INSTiTtrriBEGIN t will give several lectures. In addition DarHagtm Aver,Near.Freight DepeS'r
IN JANUARY to Wilmon Newell, Dr. E. W. ,
Berger and F. M. O'Byme of the and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES '
CLAY COUNTY TO HAVE The University of Florida Extension State Plant Board who will discuss C. F. THRASHER
BIG LIVESTOCK RANCH Division announces several far- citrus and nursery diseases, several '
mers' institutes in "&nua..,.. Those in I other lecturers have been asked to SHEE1 'MSTAL WORKEX, '"f

The Extension Division .* the University -' South Flerlda daring tiM first week in come but replies have- not been received M.,,;, R .. .a/

of. Florida has received. Inquiries , January an in Orange county, Apop- .0.-,...,
from an Ohio company con- Ica January 4, and Ocoee January o; C. K. McQuarrie, state agent and h '
.0ndng cattle and hog ratalng in Clay Lake county Groveland January. <6 c.snt7The company has purchased and Hemando county. Spring Lake', vision and Experiment Station Staffs 0 . + . 000 . * * .0 + 0 + 0 . 0 .
22.647 acres of .Und there and pro-. January 7. 'A. P. Spencer, district will assist Dr. W. C. Etheridge and F. :00 + : --

poses to make a big hog and cattle agent for the Extension Division will U. East in the work on agronomy and WE SELL: + + WE BUY + DR:, w. Wf; CARSON, ,Jf ;,
nag of it. From the text of the in- have charge of these institutes. He soils. In this division as well as in 1 + + dJ )
it seems that they.will farm th. will be assisted by several other lee- \the others special lecturers nonresident HAT + . % DENTIST' ''''A
d Intensively. It WiD be fenced, turers. to the campus will be asked to HIDES 1'. *''*
4, and catrn Japanese cane, and sorghum E. S. Pace, district agent for North assist GRAIN 4 4 ,' Office: over' PHley'Bunding. *' i
.. ... .... ... '. .
will be raised for silage crops. Corn and West Florida, baa the following F Inn. .. yrciM Honrst -is. 1-4 f
-
will ales be raised as a grain crop. institutes scheduled for the first two I FERTILIZERS UAQ ,. ,,;s.. t ;, Offla Oasi* 'Phone id ministered II* Re.IdaEe'riae for Ktraetle .c 1..

Cottonseed meal will be used to furnish weeks in January: Wakulla county NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD + + WOOL" ., Teeth. I.
concentrates. All these crops Medhart, January A SHINGLES + ., r
will be raised in addition to the native and 6; Jefferson county Montlcello, + AND ..

pasture.For January 8; Lafayette county. Day ORANGE BOXES + ; .: T.;::M.; RIVERS. .D. :r
the hogs they will grow corn, and Midway, January 11'and 12; and Expels scrofulous humors from the + + .ALL. ..

velvet beans, and peanuts as graincrops Taylor county, Perry and Shady blood which cause constipation, ma- 0 ORANGE WRAPS, + + .: PHYSICIAN'and SUttGEOW-:. "
-: 'with which to feed the hogs. Grove, January IS and 14. Mr. Paeo 0 0 COUNTRY Office .over Osceola Pharmacy

.. A liberal supply of forage crop. will will also be assisted by other lectur laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers pimples VEGETABLE CRATES + 0 ( '., Thoae. .-R.sld ere. tt .. ; -
that J.t
he frown in rotation'ao pastures 0 ,+ + .' -' OttJoe 14*;. J.
y '
Get it at Osceola Pharmacy 'PRODUCE .
?
around. Essex ers.Lectures etc. .
the ,.
be had year _
may on fruits, livestock, and ;
.
NAILS + .
:. and oats will furnish this in winter on a guarantee to satisfy CRATE, ..; . ,. : .
.c rr-ee a .be given. Wherever + .a'. ...- ' " ,,; T ..> ., "
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'',?; ,. and sorghums, and cowpeas in the a''community is especially instcrested I -..--.....-.. 4.ooq ootioooe4eo, t40000 OOj600 r' I.I:,!..; , I PARKER' 1r
: : : : A00i. : ;, '
difficult .t. "j\t"CEO..F.
The most
summer and fall. ; In specialized farming the meetings .''Women will be permitted to shoo t ., . "' '
tim.'- to ,have pasture is .between will '-devoted principally to the'In the,Grand .American Handicap In '.'i., . seed e \0' :r ;;" {.s i" '" r( a a1,',\'ATTORNEYAT.LAW. .
? : ? We sell l field and of all kind..d : '
garden M
,J March 15 and May 1. Extra precautions branches .most 'intere.UnC"b). that 1916. -v- t ,/.1o.Ji.rtr; :' 'W' '
_. ;
". must be made for this time"as ,. iHere's ;:,WI give special.,attention to fitting out hunting"and camping parties.;;?' ,Collection' ,and,'Conveyances -. a
. conditions demand. Free delivery in'city limit. "Phone No12.' ", '", "
I' : : ',1 SjjwciaiUiir": ,
This could be duplicated .
proposition
w- in every county in the state. The We are county agents for good fertilizer Ak us for cfrcylar.and, *III '<: lit l-I. .Broadway. ",

' foregoing cropping plan was workedout on fertilizers. J, rM
.1\\ by A. P. Spencer, district; agent, FOR SALE..--CASH PREFERRED 0.'.., sRIHBe 'Sv.rJ. rBT JI: ,
what be done on .
o. and it shows can ' '
r. and small farms alike Tho plan [RIBBs'&t StEED
,. for large the hogs i if especially good. Note Three Lots located in residence portion of . .,

that all the feed car be grown on tho St. Cloud, Florida, north of railro'ad, within ATTORNEYS .ATLAw ,

farm. Pasture is the cheapest pig I -The Favorite Store of Kittimmee Legal bnsin. .ail' 'kinds
I ss.vof '
feed ane) that can be provided prac- easy distance of. business part of town. Shade pvedt'prompt
all the in Florida. attenUo..:
tically year
afforded by pine timber. 75 foot front by 150 otao 11.and 1* Bute Balli814..

' STATE PRIMARILY ADAPTED foot depth. Plenty of rooth for Home. .Kisslmmee. FlorldaV ". -
a
TO PIG RAISING < ;
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I Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. -FURNITUREWE ? -
There is great opportunity for man Pat Job..too O.;P;:da.reQr
association with
by '
Florpidab primarily adapted toppig JOHNSTON ft GARRETT,' ;
.,;
raising and the pig has been neglected '
'' long enough. No place can be ATrORNEY..Ar.LA1f'-:
i found where a greater variety of r Office 10, 11 and tt'.Citizen. Bash '
cheap feeds can be produced at home INSURANCE: and REAL ESTATE HAVE.'IT !r." Building '" ' ,

than here. In fact the problem of Xlsslasasee.DR..M.J. Fla: "', t
feeds is so easy that the pig has. been

left to shift for himself. Let us Insure: .your Life, your Health, your Property.. 1 3I.
o Home production' is what makes _
, cheap feed. The corn belt farmer has Information in regard to property for'' : ,, .,HICKS'

,'. buy found: half it profitable of his feed.to raise H. raised hogs and the sale and rent dieerf ulty given. !. CMOiectUa with Mr Hardware DM we carry a cesspUtoEae . SURGEON i 'r"PHYSICIAN ;
and
: e( fonitara. We Mak a spedalty ef mttSOmg fcoMes, sad rk
addition fifteen other
In
to companies
good
we Land!. reBaVU Office Stat. Bank Bn&dlag.Pkoaee .t-
now represent the .wen known r ". A
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MANY SEE: MIRAGES ......... 'II, I
HOME FIRE-INSURANCE CO. of New York Bed Room Furniture, Dining .. .' '"; .

''M IN GEORGIA k' f SMSW. . : Ff kMVBI BMV "il ';
:EJ .. ;; .aa.JlC, W.JHOI1PSOit' i y
s? Room ts, Kitchen .Outfits; .Parlor 'J. )' ." f

W. 8uterersResced BwiftlrrAfUr Hop*T : Second l rao.Otaens'ank. . . Eldjp. ,Kissimmee, Fla.
Suits FUNKRAI.DIRECTOR
Odd
& " Rockers
Had< Faded sad !MaC TreatV. .w. w.' : Chairs r '
:", ssents Failed. .. . .................. .. ... ...._..... ....... ... .. and 't::5 :s

/:/ Sufferers all over the state of Oeorf I L Couches.. Etc.Tali .. .1> .
' gia have found a ready deliverance --- - LICENSED EMBALUEX'V'Store ; ;; tt

',f-\:-' from cullarly the common Ills of stomach In the south.troubles pe- CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO STOP fair 'and. Chapel 'Stewart"ATviC'' .'- '" .-<' w

. Remarkable stories\ of health re- : store b .us.,' itself f. tfca suite .f . _. "', ,, '""

t, ", gained ,are told by hundreds who have : elpiag people .. Mtit ....*. CMSS and sea Oar. prices anrifat
v*" .' used lIa"" -. Wonderful Remedy. It MAkES 'yOU' SIOK. AND :SALIVATES I
,', with record. The first '
it a remedy a tlf
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.i. ., dose Is always proof to any stomach ... F. A..Vane Agnew W; :.Q ewes s
T- .Jt. __ ___. '
who tries It. It 1s quick.
.J'.ufferel' '
rdMD1doi's i
VANS AGNEW
A CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW
:1.", Here are what two users sea1REV.
J. POWELL, Statesboro. Oa Lhir Toil*? Is*Unites( To my pal'aatee-ao toe drug TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo .
, ."I -"I Just escaped the operating tabl. store and get a 60 cent Dod- ., Offices:,;tS-4-6-e' CltIMu 'Bank
, f.r, Now can eat what I pi..... I would Clot Your:Sloggjst .Lhtfiad son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and . \Building'-: t,'" -.f' RRidmm.
if it doesn't
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,;r t be glad ,it everybody could'suffering learn' of/ with Bowels.. and make you straighten feel One -and you vigorous right up I Batter what load .l u ED,.. yea ksveGas, Steua, ..,''J1.'.. ,+' .' .A" .:
stomach trouble your .. .
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'ti"f' i want.you,to go buck to the store and I I Railroad or Statioaary.Eaiaewe UY. eudI'L..ToeIa yell ..
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:'JI'. ', I "sAl5fSTA'.rapk/iS/ 65 ta France ..TJghi Calomel make*.you''sick, ;tee Mt your mone,. Dodconl, Liver Tone aced 1 Im everyday WerkWrenckes ,Uasuasn. : '; : ;
.j..l" yomr Oilers .te., ...
horrible I It- Take &'clOII of the dangerous \.. destroying the sale of calomel because : ,p'-' .. '
.4;Bt.. Atlanta GaJ have taken yours sad losea .' 1'an of tke best quality and werkmsjukip. aad at tkai will .- \ LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNBYATLAW. .
weeks. It has done.me drug tonight tomocrow you' ,may. it 1. real"liver medieinef,.entirely 'vege .. price ; : .M
,t'< remedy'fvy I feel like I hardly know day's work.V* ..*. ,", "'' \ table therefore-- eaa"aot,salivate,or 1 "' MrpriM yeoTkU:; store has ... repitatie* el:""luuidliaf: 'ealy i. iI x;
{ much good. '' ".Cahnnel, >Is ''mercury or (nlck llT- make you sick.:'?*.,;.". , "; &. '. ; '. .Waring Building.v .4 ,1.
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... is finMayr''i' ,
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.tren Is"ef.aq.rist: jvafity aid yW will Make '
,my Wonderful' which, -sauses .necrosis'''of 'i. the >bones I I guarantee that one'Spoonful of Dod- r- ksrdwsrelkat ae. ... ) ."

.. "' permanent.'te.dlta'for: Remedy stomach,, gtn Byer'and Calomel when'It. eomes.'IDto"taetwttJt 110I(. Liver Toaerwlll put :your sluggish 't'tt, ,;;'tab' fat..... cMBiaf: .. ...MOW. 'aad- 'Utpectiu' _. MOT.' .Jrfc,4 stedc..: : To pent.Oat'tMaIarM ... *. ._1t...A.\I.'J_ '
bile erssbes lato It breaking '' ,
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' ''' Intestinal ailments. Eat as much 1t.1Ip.:sour' This Is when. yon fed that awful! that liver.eoar-bile to'work and and Clean eoBstlpated.wsMewhich your bowels of ar._, .,. '4 yo' .. . And Build Up The ..... r
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yon slogging
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Jr ... ..:. !'JI.( .. THE' ,KUS1MHIE VALLEY' "CA'ZITTI: .. .FKBAT,. MCCMDEIt, .. _


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TO ALb' FARMERS 'W KISSIMMCFS'( VICINITV. .. . .:.
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nI' SOUR ORANGE( VS. LEMON ,STOCK. I _. '. 1I 1\ ' .
"Classified Advertisements :i :f : :
Tlu.w to urj my feflowtarmeis in K5M>mm.. vicinity to CO-OPERATE

': Wl': : Br: E. 'H.,MOTE.; Lobtirr.; 'Ha.j. with one another in 'producing and marketing their.farm; products.-. Vegetables. .. .,... . ,1
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grs.js.hay.smali! fruit*, etc. .._'..._.'_._ _._ ._ _ . .. . ., .
: : d'kI : . . ...AA.. . .. .. .&...& ..&.& &.. ._.....!ste.e.et.......tl..
: To do this, theiiefarmers'shou1Jon aa rt'an organzatoiwhIc1tlice .
: ,.A:PreU tI..Th.t.: within,. 'com.paraUrly proposition of" distribution ,Wfl adjustitself ,

few year from the pl'Mfnt In the noar future.. CO-OPERATION" .*' ,>"t* basisas'itsaimand, ' ; as)i iurea on" lor:continuecexistence. FOR RNTstx'rOoD: 'modern cot- DWELLINGS for, ,rant/apply to, M.;. ;

Urn half of the eitnu trees in Florida Tree TroubleTher are thousands '0 ,-" t ".' 'tag*,..close i Ia| $12 per'months': E I Tiller., _, = '. '- _

that ar. now bearingfruit trill .not,boboarinir andten 'of thousands ..of tree 'that "" ''Therefore vthee, fanner' ihouldbecome. member .of the' K1SSIMMEE, ,E.,"Wells ,Real Estate ,and. Insurance. "

lit paying-1'. quanUUes. ," are going back dying by degree and PRODUCE GROWERS: organization, which hat iU, face set toward the .;, 104. .Poslel Ave (Tho Inn). FOR. SALE: OR 1'RAD&atomob ,
'W. ar. w lf aware. that this 'state the owner are trying all kind'. of : In condition. Canbeseen at
good"
/
inent will astonish a jreat many and remedies, changing fertilizer ',spraying light and Which seek to better the:condition" /agriculturist in- Kissixnmee'svicinity. .' '. ; ,.. "

,' ,..t th.mto: thinking.'!!' Of course there ,\ cutting them back cmi using ., FOR SALE_ Motorboat. "O awaT." Lupfer.& Feather Garagev' ,.4tf

I* ,a reaoon and Uu natural questionto other: method*.whet) in reality they do 'Throughout the United State'a condition of anarchy prevail in production 29 ft converted. cabin cat :'
.0.a. ;
the abo.ro prediction .1* why T The not seek the real trouble. The foun. and distribution of agricultural commodities ."anarchy" in the .. } FOR SALE-BARGAIN-3200 ,acre/ 1'
answer i* that approximately half of I dation ii- that of the "roots." Yon sense completejly equipped' for cruising.Will ; fine pasture land at $3.12 per ac '
be told that, buds On rough lemon that confusion or chaos' prevails in farm production and.\ marketing. sell at reasonable .. f ,I,.,
.In tweet prl '
the citrus.; trees Florida are may very C. W. .W.rd, .Klssimmeo.Fla.i ;. ,
keodling'; bud on sweet seedling 'stock' will grow where bud on sour ibis i ia especially so. in Florida; likewise in our tounty and in \ immediate See or write W. W. SaUnders. ale( '' 1 ..
tock, or buds. on rough lemon stock. stock will not. In answer to this wo community. -
Tho writer has been in Florida thirty- I will simply state that any land that Mabbette St., Klssimmee. I tf LOST-A ten dollar bill between the . ,'
Syttem and order and knowledge and almost! legal protection are ..' ':
any fUd' Citizen
restaurant
four year* and ha had to do with I will not grow buds ort sour stock had! - Bryan \ ,
'citru' trees most of that time and the I better not be set to citrus trees. lacking. FOR SALE-A tenracre. tract Bc.nk. Liberal reward if 'returned .'., ,,
,prediction'mad. above i* based on ao ,. Setting Trees.-There are more Farmers seldom know what and how much to plant; they gueioat it. square to Vallck Gasett foocfie .SdTEi
v kv tual experience and state-wide observation trees lost by not having them proper- Marketing agricultural product i is almost an absolute gamble. It .it al- of tip finest quality citru land to Valley Gazette office. 2-lt

*. It i I. a well known fact that set than any other reason. This U fenced; one and one-half mile from
moil impossible for, INDIVIDUAL farmers to keep even partly well informed STALLtON (FRED-For Colt ;'
: a.great number of the sweet seedlings all important. In addition to this railroad station. For further par. ser
e In many aection are dying on accountof they must be cared for after they are at to market demand price and msxlium*. ticulars inquire of H. W. Stearns, vice. Sturdy atrong Jntelligent, ',." ',
the dreaded foot rot disease. This et. Our agricultural business i is chaotic-i* a hit-or-mis game-:-it a gamble ; gentle medium size excellent con-'

I 1* likewise true of the bud that are Time of Year, to Set Trees.-We --i* every farmer for himself and the Devil take the hindmost. (and nearlyall Loughman Florid 47-tf dltion. Money refunded if no colt. '
budded on sweet seedling stock. strongly advise setting trees in November .
of less hindmoit.
us are more or ) 422 West Oak Street. 49-tf '
i / Below wo are giving' you a few rea- December, January and Feb. FOR SALE-Cash preferred. Three '; Ssi
'if/ ., made the above for the that CO.OPERATION with one another i i. our only refuge and 'salvation. ;
I' J.. Ions why we predic- ruary reason. they maymake lots located in residence portion of wti'yi
f; ... \ tion. a root system before time for United co-operatively shall obtain for ourselves a large measure of the St. Cloud, Fla. North of railroad. FOR RENT-Rooms, unfurnished .

; ;; 1.: That owing to the fact that the tops to put out therefore not havingso Fruits of our toil. Divided. each for himself-we shall continue to suffer waste. within easy distance of business beautiful lake view delightful '

\i I, 'bud put In rough lemon stock grow much strain on the vitality of the exploitation and other adversities."COOPERATION" part of town. Shade afforded by neighborhood 121 Patrick St;, close
; ,., falter and is naturally more tender trees at one time. June is also a good pine timber. 76 foot' front by 160( .
'y ';; t 'it 1* decodedly: more subject to frost month for setting trees, as this. is i i. a concrete way of laying "ORGANIZATION foot depth. Plenty room forj,! a in; $5. per month. 46tf '

'. damage. We have known buds in usually the beginning of our rainy SYSTEM, ORDER ECONOMY AND IMPROVEMENT"-fer these are part home. Apply Valley Gazette office. 1

''rough lemon stock to be damaged by season. We have .however, set out of or are natural results of CO-OPERATION properly directed. FOR SALE-Three-room house and

light fro t, so they will throw their citrus trees every month of the year The KISSIMMEE PRODUCE GROWERS organization i is striving for FOR SALE-Ca.h preferred. One lot, $350; twenty-five dollar cash "'ll
i.leav'.1 when buds standing a few feet and had good results. Simply because block of five lots in south part of balance $10.00 per month. This :
In sour stock will not be affected they were properly cared for. co-operative buying co-operative production and co-operative marketing for town. 250 foot front 208 foot beat
rent. J. M.
in the slightest degree. Pruning Trees.--Some of the pret- its member co-operative bulk buying of materials used in farming, cooperative depth. Rich muck soil adapted. to paying Wilson, I

2. Fruit produced on buds in .iest groves we have ever seen in our or systematic planting of crops and co-operative marketing of their banana or truck growing. Eighteeninch Jr. VyJ
'
rough lemon stock is of much coarser travels over Florida and California fall to city ditch. Make your '

[fiber than that produced on sour I have been where the trees h stock: as a general proposit.Vn.:) trimmed bock and any straggling 'I'' Membership dues in this organization are only $2 a year. Any membercan I practically new; in use one hatch.

Why T A "more succulent growth. 'growth cut off, making a well rounded save that sum over and over again in a year in buying fertilizer only. Two lots Lake Shore Addition; beau- For particulars call at Gazette office. .

4 1 Quality;, counts. {and a beautiful tree. Another point'is Even if membership did not result in any money gain. $2 would be a small I tiful situation facing Lake Toho- 2-tf
3. Fruit produced on buds in that if trees are kept well-pruned J pekaliga. Ideal spot for a winter
'rough lemon stock has not a* a rule. i that is the end of the limbs, it Will, sum to expend annually in efforts for better conditions for one's self and one'sneighbors. home. A few minutes walk from FOR SALE-Bungalow-5 I room and

: the smooth glossy finish that fruit ''cause the fruit to grow on the inside country club house. Telephone and bath; large lot. Bargain for quick '

; produced on sour stock. Please the i j'more than where- they are not kept You (if you are a farmer'in our neighborhood-that is. if you grow any electric light wires run by the lots. ale. Cape Breeze. A. J. MacDon-

oyo and you touch the pocketbook. I I well trimmed back. This has been crop for market) are cordially invited to join this organization. Golf courso on the cpot. A bar- ough. 61-4tpd
I Fruit buds hiirongh demonstrated by the writer in gain. Apply Valley Gazette office..
4. j
V produced on L manycaan. ;
I I It it better in and the the '
lemon stock i I. decidedly more I to join help pull and push wagon out of mire : (, '
WANTED Good milk also
\\ subject I to the dreaded lemon scab. Plowing Citrus Trees.-Some people I than it is to stand aside and look idly on and then perhaps, (when others have FOR SALE: OK TRADE for horse and hen-. Merrill M.ccw;Miller,1,1'Inl' R.- .f t J

: Wo have known fruit to be so inferior will tell you it is a mistake to plowdtl'ue : got the vehicle onto solid ground), jump into it and enjoy the easy riding. wagon, one 3 cy. Buick in good F. D. 1, Kisjimmee. l-3tpd ; '

. 'on account of the ,roughness of the trees. We claim it is a mistake Come in The water not be fine but members condition, good tires; must sell or \
now. may yet. many can trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O.
;. akin and UI shape that thousands of not to plow them. Commence to plow \
.; box* have been absolutely -worthies. them when young, trim the root, I improve it far.more easily than can a few. Box 221. Klssimmee. 7tf FOR SALE-Six-year old mare. Address '\. ;

fi. Tho rough' lemon stock I I. do-i thereby forcing them to go deep in The Kissunnee Produce Grower meets bi-weekly. Itt next meeting will J. .F. -Niswonger Kissimmeo .. i1

'l'cidedly> more subject to the terrible i I the soil, therefore they will stand the be tomorrow (Saturday. January I 1). at 9:30: A. M.. in the Kjssimmee City FOR SALE-Household goods of all Florida. -l-6t ; .
foot rot disease. A* far as we can dry weather better than th se that I kinds; farming tools, horses calves,
Councils hall. Visitors welcome attend.
t
are to and hogs; must be sold )by Saturday FOR SALE-Four mules four .
; i loam there ha aeldom been a case of are not plowed. Do not make a mistake ; good
,, 'toot rot on sour stock. < however and start plowing the Cordially. and with an earnest hope that you will hejp us in trying to make ,, January 4th.,.. 1916. at home work mares and six Shetland ponies. .

fr I', : 8. Fruit produced on buds In.1.I, tree after they have not bean plowedfor things better for yourself and your neighbors. Campbell Fla. R. Garrett. 2-lp See J. W. Miller. 2-2t -

!\ lemon stock will become several Start in time.
.1 .!'Oath' dry up year S. T. FANSLER --- --------- ',
pithy and! worthless! sixty day I Mode of Shipping Fruit.-We are
'earlier than it will on buds in sour. 'under the strong impresuon that President of Kissunmee Produce Grower Traveling at sixty miles an hour Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly

F, .'atock. There tea reason. The buds wIthin a very few years there will be 1 . . continuously, a train would cover the [ The "Ielllteeelaw", renersl stracHmlnir. toale, ;
in lemon dormant different mode of Bhippinir fruit. -------------------------- -- ----- - - - - - ---------------
rough stock are not a circumference of the earth in OROV'8 TA8TBI.K8S chill TONIC.drlW._
like they are in aour stock; that 1.l '!'h.be.t fruit will be put up in good Other Meats. )hoard of dlreotoh* so elected shall meet teen seven Mslwla..nrlchr..lbcblood..ndbD4ldsapthsrsma. .
days. '
l the bud in rough lemon stock do not packages and will bring good prices. 2 of riced dasheen. immediately" following th. adjournment ,, A tnM_c. For adnlu and child,,.. Me -
remain dormant The fruit will be shipped cups of .such meetlnK of stockholder -.
long a period as ordinary ..
I 1 cup of bread crumbs. HIKI' shall ortrarvixe by elrtlnK from i
those in sour stock. (loose in cars and sold by the hundreds 1 thlr owii number a President. Vice .
7. The rouch! lemon stock IK dc.ddedlv direct from the car and then peddled. 2 egF tablespoonsful of butter. l'r" eldent. Secretary and Treasurer.- "
hut th* same be i0t0d8cr.tary '
convinced that the pernon may
: ''thorter lived than tin our I I We are firmly Season to taste with salt and Treasurnri
'. stock', "\'Why' buy' a short lived tre, citrus business in a very few years per, and onion. pep.- i I Article 5. The stockholders of this
'y .when you can get'a long lived true' I will be on a better basis than ever The dasheens sage should be boiled and corporation... shall at the first annual I
"' .linK. or RB soon thereafter a.
Get started with the prac-
of before.
8. The'roote rough lemon stock right riced in the usual way. ticable. adopt the necessary by.law.. DixieLimited
do not go as deep into the soil a* the proper foundation. This is absolutely I I for the government of this corporation. .
'roots of the four stock therefore na essential in order to get the best re- Miss Edna Mantor is now head of | Article 8.; The, hlKlieSt. amount of ;
uraUl'-.Suffer more from drought. I suits. If you were going to erect a Indebtedness or liability to which this
the biology department of the University -| corporation shall at any time be subject I
:, High..Land Versus; Low 'Land-It building the very first thing you shall be the sum of Ten Thousand Effective
"; 1 might i be said-by some',that owing' would do, would be to see that you of Omaha. dollar.. January 12th

to th.'tact that the sour stock had a had the proper foundation;. then if Article officers,10 the Until buslnes the. and first prudential electionof .'

.4 'lOng'tap root, .that .it would not do you are going to build a grove the affaire of this corporation shall be
'we.ll'on low land This ,U a mistake. very! first thing to do is to select the NOTICK TERS OK I'ATKNT*AIM'LICATIO AND 'IltCOHPOKATION. FOR -l.RT- conducted by the following named persons Leave Jacksonville 9:55: A. M. .
: D. <1. Wanner. President Lee
'has wise and land and then the next important ;
Naturo mad provision* 'proper Jarre. Vice President: H. E. Cole, .
,on lowland the tree have practically thing 1* to select the proper variety Secretary and Treasurer. .. officers ,
I ,: no tap root' derslgned'wili-on) the lit day of February
...1'7etearly..oa'th., low heavy land tree properly -cared for. Use good A. D. 1511. the Governor the Article first meeting 11. The; of name the stockholder and residences .. -

\ where the sour orange: grew wild. common horse sense the same as you or the 't"'t'I rd.Lo hta office : of the subscrIbers to these articles . = VIA :'
-
In examining root of these trees you did in your,business that enabled you In the city of Tallahaasee. Florida, for of Incorporation, together with .. . <
letter' patent Incorporation ourielve,
,the number of
shares of the capital
.will find no tap root. Why because to make the money> necessary to set our assocl&t and *uco ssors Into a Stock subsorlbed by each set opposite : l
they did not need, a tap root In orderto our your citrus grove. ' .< body politic and corporate under the ,.nH name, are a* follows ; '; .. : .Macqn: ;Atlanta, 'Nashville! ansvlHe-! J.
\ .I name of 'The Quality Store. D. ,, .. -14 .
Vet moisture. Examine the Ion a Lemon Stock -Again.:"' We are goIng a Wagner Klsslmmee.P1. ,
.f'i
We also .
declare'andshow -
-hereby .
+ lived oak tree. that grow on high to ask you to examine buds that that the following charter and article t bare Lee*' Jarrell, }Kleslmmee.. .. Fla. 24 .: Observation Cars-St. (Pullmans i -'
.; Sand and "Ou.will find they have-1 long you have on rough lemon stock if you I IncorporatIon la a full true and .aha re*.

; t.?. tap roots. .These, am. 'trees grown have :any and compare them on the la complete now on copy them, the the original office of of the which Secretary H.' E.WITNESS Cole, Klsslmrnete WHEREOF Fla.:. we 1 shares.IN have. : Free Chair Car Dining ( ors ?

'on low/land have practicalJy.no tap : point above touched upon with the of State of the State of Florida hereunto set our hands, this Both day -
"! root. ;;' "f ? tf I sour stock. If wo have made any.tatem.n. at the said City of llahssee.) during of Deoemberb.AO.Dwlh"NER" _ _ _ t ::- i
"" '. In: the past,'. Florida oranges have that is'not correct we will the time of required this notice.I by law. for the publication LEE JARHELL .

fben Florida-oranges' la;the consum- bo glad to bo informed a* to the particular >. O. WAGNER H. E. COLE

f.t:': tag market,;' .The time haa come, mistake w* have made and LEE JARRELJL. ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,j
I ; t however. to'' specialize the man upon being convinced of the mistake H. Ii: COLE. STATE OF FLORIDA ) .
: Hhat half willrectify It a* far aa possible. ,"**
/\ ship a dozen\J ndl of fruit wo ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION COUNTY OF -
'. 'In one box;need not be disappointed Criticising the rough lemon stock as We. the undersigned hereby and by BB IT KNOWN OSCEOLA.: That )before the : Standard Railroad of the South
these article. of me.
I } if ho doe not the we have, has not been with the viewto Incorporation asD- .
( get ..anyways.near date ouraelve together for the pur- undersigned 'Notary Public In and for -
(1 "results '''as the' man who* ships one injure .any one. We are simply poae of becoming. a body politic and the said County and Btate. personally -

.i for'Tariety and marks It just\'what It is, stating facts as w.. see observation.them after lawa corporate of the under State and of Florida pursuant. providing to the and appeared H. K. 1)Cole. a.to Wanner me 'II1.eO,Jarrell and 0 ooooooo.oooooo..oo.ooo..o.o..oo oo.ooooo .o.. .

r 4 .'either Florida Parson Brwonj; Florida experience and wide for the formation management liabilities known to be the Individual named In -- -----,------- ----'------- -'rr '
,;,, ,Pineapple: Florida Valencia Late; Important.-Insist upo/i knowingthe and Immunities or corporations: and who ubcrlbed their names to the I Ii, ,
_-. ;$\ Florida.ibirt's Tardiff, or whatever kind of stock the buds are on that the aocepted.provisions and of which-we hereby lawa are d..cl..rethat hereby ACKNOWLKDUEU foregoing' proposed that charter.they executedthe ; and :; - - - - - - - - ---w _t

$ .ssi/they. might 'be. -The 'man setting a are otfered'lou. This may save you the following article. or Incorpo same for the purposes therein" eltpr..d. .-
I todaywho has investigated the lots the future. "Be sure ration shall) constitute and be the char. I
'i 'matter.. thoroughly 'will confine MmA..If you are right then go ahead.)'-E. H. ter of the said corporation: upon innu- WITNESS MT hand and official seal ;
at Kisslmftiee. County and State afore
ance of Letter Patent according: to .'
"" -to'a-few; varieties. The writer Mote Loesburg, Fla. law. said this SCth day of December A. 1) I i-1 /
,T'after( his experience in citrus busline.1 Article 1. The name of the corporation 1815.
AND"JJLUE. shall be The Quality Store (SEAL,) JOHN B. CADEU ;
; and who baa set' practically all :GOLD .
Article '*. 'The general office and Notary Public State at Large. I
;. known varieties ha decided that thereax. '_ _. ', principal place of business of this My commission expires 3-g-lt..

,-.' and. only-a grapefruit few worth'varieties while.of oranges I! 'A Garment Which Has Rsao'hed the corporation I shall t/eOllnO.the I..city. State ofKlaslmmee CRAWFORt, for* JARREIJUAttorneys Incorporatora. 1-St' 1: Used.for years by: your'fathers with never-failing .4

i Top Notch .f Sweaterdont.Wo of Florida. The board of directors ,
if' If toebad'a.thousand acres of land may establish branch offices at other : I good results. ThjCse\ home-made materials are : .
i.'vor more cleared had It all staked and nsod .think. : the sweater rather places from time to time a. may beealred. ADMIVCTRTOR'5" NOTICETO
build and land.
ready:.to'' set fa citrus rees'.to grow s plebeian. garment;made uncompromisingly Article. I. The period of existenceof SELL REAL BSTATB : dependable, to up! sweeten your {- -

i i.fr-.for profit and not to speculate on, and ton ,oae' and 'comfort., But. lo this corporation shall be ninety-- I. C..rt ef C..t. Judge, atate efVlerld I Ground Bone Blood and' Bone ,.
}.' we.were"offered'on-, two or throe and behold. wo Bet them mad very nine year*. iArticle .. Oaeeela Vvmmtr. I'
4. The general nature of the GtiaranteedAualysisAmmonia Guaranteed Analysis
bad I
> 'Y year old buds of the vartetywe .
:;'. decided to set and those buds wore On to business do a general of this dry corporatlon/sha.11 goods ,and' notions be..: .i I.t.d.r.ased.v* e.tate ..' Ikaerleh H. ChaaaJer, I ..",.. . 4150% Ammonia . 10% '

'. rough'lomoo.atock.we not afford Jobbing and commission business and.' and Notice I* hereby given to *n wh -lnm'lm. U I PhosphoricAcid ., 22% Phosphoric Acid 11 c/0
generally to do a mercantile drygooda
them and for It W. W. Chandler, .
to accept aa a gift,
'
indicated. If business. To carry on all or any a* .:. :rl9ttat.1' the Estate of I .Natural PJant Food.. Real Blood and Done
the reasons ,abov> wewero of the business of manufacture.
merchants -
Shadrick M. depeased"will., . II
# making A for speculation ,, :wholesale and retail. Import Chandler U I Not Steamed ..Dried Blood
.i : grove . on tllftret day of February.*, A. D, .. .
,to mak. a' show la' a'short Urn, and ,4 ers. exporter, generally: without limitation 1 1811.; apply tobe Honorable T. M. i I Not'Acidulated Ra-wGroundDQne NI
cla of 't.
as to- ** product and
1\\did not'cal'l anything about,the future - 'c '\ ,' merchandise. but especially of dry Murphy. County t' office Judge In In Klsslmme and for ...aldI'ttr.ut Jn I AU Aramonla'Prtserved : Not Tadkage .; (' ,

:MC or; aa .to what ; the purchasing: goods of...very alas. and description, :: ; y, rt, 10 .o'clock *.. m., oa a* Phosphcrio'Acid' Untreated I ;
"> partie* plight' got, then wo might use Including, ? luce, embroideries anwhlte soon thereafter a* the matter can be U I ; Absolutely ,

.' t." buds-in* *rough-lemon stock.j : .\-* . bon, goods handkerchiefs linen ;,cllk glove,'notion.curtain. -rIb-, or heard private for sale authority, the following'to ell. at-described public I r .t Available. but; ia'' Quick'Availability' or.. ., :.,.

The sour stock: ; .. found in Floridagrowint' textile fabric of all ktnl.. houe<- real estate In said County, to-wlti I ,Alkaline Form Steady Supply' ' 1 Ii.:
"in the .wilda: The ..writer1. 4 e'c hold u.. and consumption. To manufacture North..a4 l quarter: the Southeast , .' ?ift"
and deal In clothing and wearlng WrftoforPrkeWils'onv '. ''< tf.j
1ir 'I
Quarter of Bee olY 5$ 'T"wn- I : '
is it doe well :" "!
that j
1., experience on any apparel ofevery description. To 'i'Q" I.\\of\
; hip ft South, of Range 'lDait. .j t ;land In Florida that is adapted to'the carry, onthe business of boot and less S acres Jn the Bouth-east oori i Iner. I ,!! & Toomer FertaIizer.o] :; """ .' f'"t U :
hoe makers and dealer and to rtanuacture -- ; : \>
p 3 'growth of citrus1 tr....; i Like any 'V ? ,' buy aell. import and r export eontalnln-' IT acres mor. orless. I .. .

r\ ,.;: other tree ho..lt. ,will do.better -: ; k kk' and deal. in- boots shoe; leather and Which; applicitlon' will be baaed Tn" .,.Manufacturer. of: Ideal FertilisersJaduonTille :;
fy Oft"lOme land' than -on'other. t _ / leather rood* of all kind. blacking on the petition. for such sale now on U I .FIorida; t
Bear la.mind that if youbuybuda _. ______' varnish and'other preparation for file In said .Court. J <- U .
cc boot or last. boot etretch-
_
leather
? Dated December SOth A. r>. 1116.
f Ln roughIemon: stock1' 7011' will' get :1t cr1, bootjack button.hook.. lacstaatenIngs VW. ; ; -
W. CHANDLER. . . .. .. ..i.u.:; .. . . .iiI.
. _
V much, more: showy buds ,for a fowl r t .' and all, buckle.other article and other, which accessor.lea may ,-4t' Admtnl$ratol'". -." : .< -''' ".--." .., ,.... .. ., r

*. I,;: years than,you twill. if insostock, : to, be! conveniently or advantageously ,- V-.. -- - ., : .. .'
but fova long'successful run; as i handled In conjunction with the business ,
f/quality/ of .fruit; quantity of'fruit; aforeaald. . _
'trees moat free ., f m disease*. and Article i. The amount of capital .. -.. '' '
r '
'
.
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those'< that,'wiIl- gv. universal .satisfaction -- ; Thousand stock of this Dollar corporation, divided Shall Into-t> Ten one ; . ; : ,.;,.I->>: PE'R:

;: be sure ; and, aoo, that >the *' hundred hare. .* of the parvalu. of T3j' .
r. JI.lnilOur;' : one hundred dollar each, The capital .p. aTA" S'H" 3. r
foundation ltoek'and"not '
.
: stock of this corporation may be paid CENT
I
1{ .rough' lemon.stocky '.:: '- J. r tor ,In, propolly' ,---labor.-or ...""Ie.* at ,' : .
'
The citrus fruit business.tFl'ort'da" a .t'.luatlo"'to be fried by the Incorporator -
'. "
Is not overdone. ,..nor. do. ,we. anticipate that purpose*. at -..&. meeting'A'c", { 'called' *for,,... 'y ; ,.4 :We\can' :furnish.'this :amount"pf:Potash"" at";a::reasonable:pH e." .J-'

,. that it-will ber However, it la surri- Article The-' bu.incaC and prudential ____
val. of the fittest aa to quality.., Good \ affair of title corporation' ahall haconduct.d Write najtof: :full: '1nformftJou.1Iv1itflUmber. : : 'O f'ftons: :fertilizer" *' $ _

l fruit'U'always goingto/bring. good not -tha4-lliree'.ot by, a board: 'of r director* than *fiTs of, l'v Ulruso&t ter/year.:/ *' .i; 't''f;V :" .. -:*&' ; **
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ui caua. ,.ottrn*.. to. loao njonwr. atookboldere'ahair be beld.Mtb.priDoipSi : f :
grower :
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